Extraterrestrial Med Pods - Taygeta (Pleiades) - Yazhi Swaruu

Cosmic Agency, Gosia
January 09, 2023

Extraterrestrial Med Pods - Taygeta (Pleiades) - Yazhi Swaruu

Originally in English - December 2022

Yazhi: All right. The dry med pods, besides the normal robot arm surgeon features it has, it also works by mapping the body and super imposing on or over the damaged part a gravity field generated or printed corrected tissue. Much the same way a holistic Taygetan computer can print an object using a machine that works with the same principle as the tractor beam. It's basically a 3D printer that can generate any substance or kind of matter with all its variants and complexities.

For example, the computer can generate a hyper accurate map of each molecule making up the liver tissue of a sick person. Then it prints the liver in place with no need for surgery. Replacing the damaged tissue with new healthy one. That is the base for the dry med pods. I can expand in any direction, but I'm going to describe the wet ones now. You must know that just about everyone here prefers wet pods for healing over the dry ones.

The problem with dry pods is that they are, or can be, quite invasive as the insertion of the replacement tissue is not perfect causing some degree of side effects to the patient. Not bad ones, much less compared to any surgery on Earth. But enough to cause discomfort, mainly burn feelings or sensations in the affected area, as reported by most patients.

The reason is the same one why we cannot replicate food. It has toxic results. Same for those cells, but they do catch ok sometimes, so it's a pickle. That's why wet pods are the best.

The wet pods. Wet pods work slower than dry pods. They take their time, but the results are just as near perfect as they can ever get. The principle is to first take a cell from the individual, from the patient. The cell can be taken from a simple saliva sample, but it is best if it is taken from a blood sample after the patient has been fasting for a prolonged period of time, usually 72 hours. This is because fasting produces stem cells. And that is what Taygetan medical scientists want. They take one or some stem cells from the patient and reproduce them in a lab artificially in large quantities.

While this is being done, the patient who has been fasting for 72 hours, although many times the patient can be placed in the wet pod at any time, is placed inside the pod. The patient enters a special substance inside the pod, a liquid that is the media for all the process. This liquid also provides oxygen for the subject to breath. That is, the patient will be breathing liquid throughout the entire process.

Although it is annoying to drown in the liquid on purpose, it is not so bad once it is accomplished. But yes, you become alarmed when you start drinking or breathing the liquid, the body reacts as if it is drowning. But everyone breaths liquid for nine months, so their bodies will remember.

Once inside, you breathe with difficulty because it is liquid and not air, but it is not so bad because, being liquid, it contains more oxygen per portion and expels more CO2, so you don't have to fill or contract your lungs as much with each breath. You are under the liquid breathing it consciously and that is where you often fall asleep.

This entering process can be traumatic for some people if they go in consciously, but many are "put under", meaning unconscious before they are placed in the pod. The people who go in consciously must literately drown in that liquid, taking it into their lungs until they breath the liquid and not air. That is the difficult part. They must go in there naked as well, obviously.

Once inside the pod, they will be suspended in the center of the liquid part without touching the container "jar" using a controlled gravity field. It's not like in science fiction movies where you're in there full of tubes all over the place. The liquid and the frequencies take care of everything.

Then, using brain altering frequencies, the subject will be placed asleep. Basically in suspended animation. In there, the liquid will provide oxygen and will also pass through a series of filters that will take away all the unnecessary particles the body of the patient may produce.

Using the same blood sample, the computer maps the subject´s DNA and produces a 3D hyper accurate computer model of the subject. This computer model is so accurate it comes down to DNA mapping level precision.

Then a series of lenses inside the pod will start to super impose on to the subject´s body a super high resolution, high energy hologram of the computer model body it previously generated by mapping the patient´s DNA.

Next, the other part of the pod will start injecting artificially grown mother cells into the special liquid the subject is in. Mother cells pertaining to the subject. The gravity field inside the pod creates a zero interference media for the cells to move in, and the pod itself is also protected against exterior electromagnetic or gravity interference. The cells have the strong tendency to clump or to unite along the lines or the areas where there is a high energy field and also take on the shape of such a field. This also following the principle of dominant frequency.

Each mother cell will clump and take the attributes of the hologram's cells. The real mother cell will transform itself into what the hologram dictates it to be according to the place or area it finds itself in. So any mother cell can and will become any other kind of cell in the patient's body. A liver cell, a brain cell, a kidney cell and so on. The liquid is slowly re-circulated, eliminating the residue as the process advances.

In the case of internal organ failure, the stem cells will enter the subject´s body through any bodily orifice, including the skin. And as the body itself has a tendency to repair whatever is not complying with its original blue print, and as it is in an ideal media, basically the same media as a baby being formed inside its mother's womb, it welcomes those mother cells. Besides, as those external mother cells are exact replicas of its own, there is no rejection nor is there any antibody reaction to their presence in large numbers.

In the case of a bad accident, where the patient may have lost a limb or two or all, and, as long as the patient is stable enough to be placed inside this kind of pod, this system can re-grow limbs, repair internal organs, grow hair, and so on. The total body renewal time is three months, SIT time sometimes a little more, sometimes a little less, depending on the subject (SIT time, as in Ship Internal Time as time is relative).

With advanced computer technology, alterations to the subject's original DNA can be artificially changed at will, although this is invasive and discouraged. But, in general, things like hair longitude or color are relatively easy to achieve.

When a lost limb is been re-grown, it does not start at the stump where the patient lost it, or from where the original limb was cut off from. The limb will start growing everywhere so, as a medical doctor overlooking the process, you can see the limb growing from inside out and in all directions. You can see thin skin being formed over muscular tissue around blood vessels, with bone in formation behind, all in formation and in a very delicate state, almost like jelly. And, as time and the process goes on, it slowly proceeds to develop stronger and stronger tissue until it reaches the same characteristics as the rest of the patient´s body.

Gosia: What about height? If someone thinks they could design themselves as they would like more or less, be very tall to begin with, for example, could they?

Yazhi: In theory, it can be done, and not so "in theory", but strong adverse psychological side effects can and do take place. And if not done properly, health side effects can take place as well. There is always danger when you fiddle with nature, especially with something as complicated as DNA is.

To finish, when the process is completed, the subject is awakened and removed from the container jar in the pod. The subject has to expel the special liquid from its lungs, and body, stomach and intestines as well, in an uncomfortable process of coughing and vomiting. This is a normal part of the process. Then the subject must adapt to its new, or repaired body, and this may take from a few hours to days to weeks or months. And that's all.

Dale: Please forgive me for this, I am not bragging, but I fully understand, and in fact, I seem to recall or remember most of this. Good stuff. Thank you for the very detailed information.

Yazhi: You are most welcome.

Dale: In fact, in some of my later designs, I was hoping to incorporate some of these features. The most difficult aspect, as I see it, is to create the projected and complex hologram.

Yazhi: I understand that you can find on Earth commercial hologram lenses and computer technology complex and accurate enough to, at least, comply with the basic necessary principles or functions of this kind of med pod.

Dale: Yes, this may be true, but it is not commonplace equipment, nor is it that sophisticated, to my knowledge. Cost is a major factor as well. Still room to grow, I think.

I had intended to try and use a high quality projection accompanied by the correct resonance or modulation of the projection onto the affected organ and/or body part. Not as effective, but may be a possible beginning. This for later models, beyond the original prototype. Would this be effective to some degree?

Yazhi: Would be to some degree, using only frequency. I mean, this is already known since the time of ancient Egypt. They used to heal using frequency sound chambers. There was a major medical installation of this kind in Memphis back in the day.

It is a start from where you can go perfecting each component as you go along, and you can go a long way.

Dale: Cool! Perhaps the resonant chambers of the great pyramids etc.

Yazhi: They used to look like large bowls.

Dale: Humanity has been exposed to some degree to the dry med beds from the movies "Elysium" and "Passengers" and the wet ones from "Star Wars".

Yazhi: Like this, with a person in the center. And according to the problem, they were placed inside one or another kind of bowl according to the frequency each one could generate.

Dale: Great. I can adjust many frequencies in my med bed design all at once or singly as needed.

Yazhi: A dry pod, among its many features, also uses this principle you are trying to apply in your prototype.

There is another concern, but that depends on your sound emitter and I know you use the best available there. It looks like the body reacts much better when the sound is "organic", like when it comes from a bowl or from a musical instrument, and not as well when it's coming from a simple loud speaker. Depends on the speaker, I know.

Dale: Yes, in humbleness, probably the most accurate emitters, other than a plasma based driver.

Yazhi: That alone takes you a very long way with this.

Dale: Thank you!

Gosia: I have a few questions please. First, you said the subject needs to be stable to enter a wet pod. Can you define stable please? For medical newbies.

Yazhi: Stable as in not needing any kind of immediate critical medical care. Meaning at least most of the subject´s autonomous systems must be operational. For example, the subject must be able to breath on its own. (Although there are some assistance systems that artificially can give the subject support while it heals to some degree before removing them from inside the pod).

At least defining stable as in... the subject is living on its own to a good enough degree without critical life support systems operational at the time.

Gosia: Ok I understand! Thanks. And then you said this very intriguing statement:

"When a lost limb is been re-grown, it does not start at the stump where the patient lost it, or from where the original limb was cut off from. The limb will start growing everywhere".

What do you mean everywhere? Like instead of regrowing a lost leg, it will start growing everything else too? More eyes, more arms, etc.? I didn´t quite comprehend.

Yazhi: The limb will not grow at the stump towards the hand, in the case of a lost arm, for example. It will start to form all the arm, hand and all.

Gosia: All at once? How is that possible? Hard for me to imagine that.

Yazhi: Yes. And when a subject is inside, one of these pods to re-grow a lost limb in an accident, for example, it will also heal any other issue in the body as well.

Gosia: But how can it grow the hand if there is no arm yet? Or like... it´s all manifesting slowly at once?

Dale: The whole template is there. Like tissue paper.

Yazhi: All the lost limb will re-grow at once. You can see the subject floating inside the pod with a transparent arm forming everything in it.

Perhaps only the new limb looking like that.

But I must state that this exact kind of medical pod can create an exact clone of any subject only using its stem cell samples and the computer generated high energy hologram.

Gosia: So you can recreate all you.

Dale: That includes personality as well, right, but not soul or spirit?

Gosia: Personality too? I would say that´s linked more to the soul, no?

Dale: Some is DNA specific. DNA Memory.

Gosia: Yes, you are right, some is. My Beagle behaves like she does because of her Beagle DNA partly. Or mostly even.

Yazhi: Her though pattern forms her DNA, that also causes her to react as she does. Thought and consciousness always come first.

Gosia: Yes, right. Ok, Yazhi, the last question for now... and this is around Anéeka´s condition. Can you explain, again, for the topic, what conditions does the med pod address and heal and which it cannot?

Yazhi: It heals anything and everything physical. The problem is that all medical problems, and I mean all of them, spawn from ideas. So metabolic problems such as those in Anéeka cannot be solved in a permanent long term way. Because, as the subject has not stopped its ill causing thought pattern, the body quickly remembers its previous sick state and manifests itself back there ever more and more rapidly.

And Anéeka never even gave the med pod a chance as she never went into it.

Gosia: Ok. How often do you use med pods on board? And also, every how many years do people in Taygeta use it for rejuvenation? Every 100 years or how many?

Yazhi: They are rarely used, but Toleka has dozens of them at hand in its vast medical installations. Her medical "sick bay" decks are especially large and are even three decks high. Rarely used anyhow. They can and are used for rejuvenation cosmetic purposes. Some people even abuse them as they are the ultimate plastic surgery platforms. How often? Depends on people. Can't make an accurate estimate.

Dale: You would think Toleka crew uses them more often, especially being exposed to us here on Earth.

Gosia: I actually mean those in Taygeta. But yes, on Toleka too. Although those are very young already.

Yazhi: That's right, although they keep the pods for extreme injuries. People here like to heal themselves with thought alone. And Toleka has an especially young crew, yes. Oldest is 55 but she is not always here.

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