Five Tibetan Rites For Rejuvenation
The Secret Behind The Monks Long And Healthy Life...
 Five Tibetan Rites: Exercises for Healing, Rejuvenation, and Longevity

In 1985 a book called The Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth " Five Tibetan Rites"written by Peter Kelder was published which for the first time fully described an exercise program for "youthing". This is an exercise program used by Tibetan monks to live long, vibrant and healthy lives. In fact, this book states that many have lived longer than most can imagine by following the program often called the "Five Tibetan Rites". 

Five Tibetan Rites Potential Benefits

The authors provide many examples of the benefits of the "Five Tibetan Rites" including the following: looking much younger; sleeping soundly; waking up feeling refreshed and energetic; release from serious medical problems including difficulties with spines; relief from problems with joints; release from pain; better memory; arthritis relief; weight loss; improved vision; youthing instead of aging; greatly improved physical strength, endurance and vigor; improved emotional and mental health; enhanced sense of well being and harmony; and very high overall energy.

How the Five Tibetan Rites Work

The Five Tibetan Rite represent a system of exercise that affects the body, emotions and mind. The Tibetans claim that these exercises activate and stimulate the seven key chakras that in turn stimulate all the glands of the endocrine system. The endocrine system is responsible for the body's overall functioning and aging process. This means that the Five Tibetan Rites will affect the functioning of all your organs and systems, including the physical and energetic systems and that includes the aging process. The man who brought these Five Tibetan Rites out of Tibet stated that "performing the Five Tibetan Rites stimulates the circulation of essential life energy throughout the body".

The Five Tibetan Rites as given by Peter Kelder do not refer to ether, glands, or chakras but simply to Vortexes. The connection of the vortexes to the glands is no mere coincidence; this is an ancient borderland science.The glands and the nerve plexus are the physical manifestations of the chakras. I imagine the colorful wheels depicted in mythology are descriptions of the fields viewed through highly developed senses that can perceive the ether. Rudolf Steiner describes such sense development. That the glands are radiating energy we know from the radio-electric interpretation of life as developed by George Crile, "Evolution probably seized upon the factors that have the power of shifting the amount of radiation toward the short wave field, hence increasing the amount of electricity generated. Thus, an increase in the electrical charge up increases the muscular and glandular activity of the animal." Five Tibetan Rites seem to enhance the ability to shift the amount of short wave radiation toward the short wave field. We see a glimpse of the etheric/electric transmutation taking place within the Vortex. Five Tibetan Rites stimulate the entire "energy-controlling system", the body's ability to receive vital force is enhanced.

The correspondence between the Vortexes and the key organs of the "energy-controlling system" 

There are seven Psychic Vortexes in the body: Vortex "A" is located within the forehead; Vortex "B" is located in the posterior part of the brain; Vortex "C" is in the region of the throat at the base of the neck; Vortex "D" is located in the right side of the body above the waist line; Vortex "E" is located in the reproductive anatomy, and is directly connected  with Vortex "C" in the throat; Vortexes "F" and "G" are located one on either knee.

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Vortex "A" is the pineal gland.

Vortex "B" is the pituitary gland. The pituitary is a very small gland, it is about the size of a pea. Its situation is within the head at the base of the brain about midway from front to back. Its condition has a marked influence on the gonads.

Vortex "C" is the thyroid gland. This gland is in the neck, just above the collar bones. It is closely related with every action which takes place in the pelvic, it stimulates the adrenals and the gonads as well.

Vortex "D" is the Liver and the Adrenal Cortex. The liver maintains a function which is essential to the life and activity of the cells of the brain and adrenal cortex."

Vortex "E" is the gonads and ovaries. The sex glands or glands of reproduction (in the male) are called gonads. They are closely interlocked with every other function of the human body.

Vortexes "F" and "G" are very mysterious and relate to the muscular aspects of the rites.

Both Vortexes "A" and "B" are in the brain, which plays a most vital role in the acquisition of energy. It is no wonder the skull has often been thought to be the challis of vital force. "Since in a bipolar mechanism, the electrical current must flow from areas of higher to areas of lower potential, it is necessary to cite such facts as may tend to support the conception that the cells of the brain are the principle source of the electric energy that coordinates the body and to show how the direction of the fabricated current is established."In Ruth Drown's conception of the ether the brain is the main receiver of the ether, which is descending or emanating into the physical world constantly creating and recreating the body. There is a mysterious connection between ether and electricity. Electricity has been considered as decayed ether by many borderland scientists in the past few decades. The brain points to the mysterious connection between the ether and electricity. "The electric current, therefore, would pass from the highest potential within the cells through the zones of lower potential in the axons and nerves toward the points of lowest potential in the glands and muscles to be stimulated." 

The activation of Vortex "C" at the neck, stimulates the thyroid glands. "In the higher terrestrial animals the rise of the thyroid gland coincides with the rise of mental and bodily energy. By simple stimulation the glands will release energy and begin to recreate a larger supply for the next demand. This way each simple short routine gradually builds up a huge force over time. It cannot be rushed. It is a slow gradual toughing and rejuvenation of the limbs of the tree of life.

The region of Vortex "D" contains the liver. " . . . The liver maintains a function which is essential to the life and activity of the cells of the brain and adrenal cortex." This rite awakens this vortex slowly; it will become much more activated later.

George Crile demonstrates a connection between the thyroid gland, the adrenal gland and gonads in the pelvic region. "The Thyroid. This is not in the pelvic region at all, but in the neck, just above the collar bones. But it is closely related with every action which takes place in the pelvic never the less, for it stimulates the adrenals and the gonads as well. By gentle stimulation the Five Rites transform and vitalize the glands and organs of the body. Vortex "D", the liver and adrenals that are interdependent upon each other for their growth are strengthened. " . . . The liver maintains a function which is essential to the life and activity of the cells of the brain and adrenal cortex. The etheric formative forces that are constantly reconstructing our bodies can flow much easier through a body that has utilized the Five Rites to increase vitality. "As the liver is an organ with a very high functional activity its semi permeable membranes also are rapidly broke up and have to be replaced, and it also may depend upon some other organ for the essential lipid molecules.'S7e postulate therefore that these molecules for the semi permeable membranes of the cells of the body might well be supplied by the adrenal cortex. The liver in part and the ductless glands in part maintain the structure of the cells.

The fourth rite stimulates all the procreative forces and reaches the lumbar region of the spine. Vortexes "F" and "G" have far reaching energetic potentials. Stability is imparted from the knees, but the stain on the muscles creates a huge electrical reaction. Placing the chin on the chest again stimulates Vortex "C" This tones the gland and causes a secretion of its hormone which gives the body an increase in energy. "The sources of sustained energy are primarily the hormone of the thyroid gland.

The fifth rite stimulates Vortex "C" in the most efficacious manner. While all the vortexes are spinning, one supporting the other, we can glimpse the subtle energy works of the human body. George Crile, that pioneer of borderland science, showed that the thyroid gland was indeed the master key to the subtle electrical nature of man. "The unique effect of their thyroid hormone upon mental and emotional activity can now be explained be the demonstrated fact that the thyroid hormone increases the percentage of radiation in the short wave or ionization field and the immediate effect of this would be the of increasing the electrical potential of the brain. This increased electrical potential would confer upon the brain a corresponding increase of mental and emotional power." Our experience of life, all our emotions and mental process are dependent upon electricity. That subtle electricity that comes into the glands from the ether as it passes through the nervous system of the living being. "In the higher terrestrial animals the rise of the thyroid gland coincides with the rise of mental and bodily energy. The stronger we can make Vortex "C" the more electricity we can generate in our bodies. "The thyroid secretion through its control of oxidation governs the electrical conductivity, electric capacity, and electrical potential of the tissues; that is, the thyroid gland governs the capacity of the organism for work.

We may then sum up this consideration of brain thyroid gland corroboration in shifting the short wave reaction of the brain as follows, (a) The Thyroid hormone specifically increases the percentage of short wave radiation, (b) This increase in short wave radiation is due to the effect of the thyroid hormone on nitrogen metabolism. (c) As the thyroid hormone shifts the wave emissions toward the short or powerful end of the spectrum, and as the brain and nervous tissue are especially affected by the thyroid hormone, it would appear to follow that the brain and other units of the nervous system are speeded by the thyroid hormone. (d) Man has a relatively larger thyroid gland than any other animal, and greater mental, emotional, and physical activity. He owes these characteristics to the relatively large development of the brain, which, collaborating with the thyroid gland, produces the required amount of powerful short wave radiation.

Vortex "C" receives attention in all five rites. Its ability to radiate energy to the brain and other parts of the nervous system is the key to the subtle energy works of the human body.

The great secret of the Lamas was rediscovered by George Crile: "The state of mind and the state of consciousness are a result of radiation and electrical potential." The Eye of Revelation by Peter Kelder is not just a fairy tale but a transmission of an ancient electrical, etheric technology. By practicing the Five Rites one seems to have the potential of increasing their bodies ability to capture, create, and use the vital forces that underlie the amazing field of vibrations we call life. The Vortexes are the spinning etheric substance underlying the electrical activity of the brain and glands. These rites work on the very foundations of our beings.

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