All one has to do is take a look at photographs of the Connecticut child-killer, and observe three whites of his eyes showing, an indication that he was sanpaku. An Oriental term meaning three whites.

The normal position of one’s eyes reveals two sides of white showing, on either side of the iris. When one is sanpaku, three whites show, the third white revealed underneath. It’s a symptom which reveals something in one’s body is out of sync and malfunctioning, usually associated with structural misalignment and impingement on nerves. It’s not a disease, but an indicator something is out of whack in one’s body. And quite easily corrected.

A parent sends their child off to school in the morning feeling fine. During the day he may be involved in football scrambles, or basketball practice. He may fall down while running and playing, or hit his head on something in the classroom. Maybe he tried to catch a basketball, missed and was hit in the head. He complains of a headache, or feels nauseated, seems lethargic and sleepy. The parent grabs the aspirin bottle or runs to a doctor. A structural misalignment caused while playing in school is never addressed.

When my children were growing up and complained about anything, the first thing I did was check their eyes. Recently, my granddaughter stopped by from school, and I noticed she was sanpaku in one eye. She laid down on the floor, I felt the back of her neck, used a little traction to stretch, massaged her atlas-axis area, and when she got up her eyes looked fine. She plays basketball and sometimes is hit in the head.

I got up this morning looking through old tapes for the movie, “It’s a Wonderful Life.” I ran across some old Bette Davis movies. On the cover it showed her sanpaku eyes, referred to back then as bedroom eyes. Even a popular song was written about Bette Davis eyes.

When one is sanpaku, their reflexes are slowed down and malfunctioning. It was reported in a book I read years ago, that John F. Kennedy was sanpaku when he was shot in Texas, and a suggestion that he might have dodged the bullet, had he not been sanpaku. The story reported he had not had the condition when he encountered the PT boat accident, and reacted quickly to handle the accident.

We keep hearing reports about Adam Lanza having some sort of mental problems, and his mother considering sending him off someplace to address those problems. We don’t know if he was under some kind of heavy duty drug therapy, because of his physical problems, revealed in his eyes.

Today’s news cycle, on this December 22nd, is dominated by talk about spending millions to place armed guards in schools to prevent another tragedy like Sandy Hook and Columbine. Plus news about gun-control laws, and areas that deal with symptoms, overlooking the cause. When perhaps parents and teachers, just checking the child’s eyes, and recognizing something is out of whack physically, seeking a chiropractor, osteopath, massage therapist, or someone in that field of practice, could correct the problem.

Anyone can readily see, just looking at pictures of the Sandy Hook shooter, his eyes revealed he had a problem physically, which can manifest in mental and emotional malfunctioning in one’s behavior when not corrected.

We are obviously barking up the wrong tree searching for the cause of these recurring outbreaks of killing, in this country. Parents, teachers, neighbors and friends, should be paying more attention to all that’s taking place when they send their child off to school fine in the morning and sanpaku when they return home in the afternoon. There’s a simple solution, to a recurring problem.

Growing children run and play, toss and tumble, fall and run into things and each other, everyday. When their little bodies are knocked out of alignment as a result, problems follow when not corrected. One thing a parent can do, is have the child lie on the floor, check their ankles to see if one leg is shorter than the other. If so they are out of alignment, and easily corrected. Does not need an x-ray, MRI, PHd, pill or drug to correct. But left unattended it can manifest in all kinds of problems. Structural misalignment does not usually correct itself. However adjustments to correct are quite simple.

I played basketball four years in highs chool, hit and knocked around more than once, but fortunately had parents who took me regularly to an osteopath and chiropractor for adjustments when I was a teenager, and I grew up quite healthy. And that was a long time ago. Today there are many practitioners, in this area, who are trained to deal with such problems, available in most communities. Take your child to one for a check-up.


Just Me AC


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