A New Way to Understand the Human Heart (re: podcast ep. 28 Manel Ballester)

A New Way to Understand the Human Heart (re: podcast ep. 28 Manel Ballester)

Today’s podcast interview is with retired Spanish cardiologist Manel Ballester-Rodes. Dr. Ballester-Rodes has been studying and writing about the revolutionary discoveries of another Spanish cardiologist named Francisco Torrent-Guasp. For anyone who is interested in basic biology, the form and function of the heart, or how the human being is organized, I have a lot of confidence that you’ll find this interview fascinating.

The implications of the clear evidence that Dr. Ballester-Rodes presents has the potential to transform the way we see the heart and the human being as a whole. I believe this is an interview that should be watched by everyone. Please join us, and, as always, I love hearing your feedback and comments.

In tomorrow’s weekly webinar, I will go over new findings on the spike protein toxin and will put that in the context of the larger Covid narrative. As time goes on, more things become clear as to the overall game plan and how we can understand ever more clearly the story line we have been told. Again, join me armed with your questions and comments.

All the best,

Tom

Comments 3

Leonore on

DEar Dr. Tom C ~ I feel special for learning directly from you important disoveries you made, whilst I am also familiar with R Steiner, and relate to your “Werdegang”, meaning your “becoming-walk”, and to your way of seeing, teaching, relating. Since I met you just on the sideline of online, you have become for me, within a few weeks, an anchor place, a guide and light. I bought your audio Heart book, and will buy heart med and water energizer from the shop. Greetings from W Mass to the Bay Area. !

Robyn Carter on

I have heard that the heart is the most magnetic part of our body and that that is where our soul is

Don Raeburn on

Fascinating! Would be interested in learning more about the energy work that Manel was talking about.

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