He had two friends with him when he came here; a man and his wife. The one had a whiplash. The other one was foggy and only 60 years old. His thinking was unclear. Observing this we opened his mouth and found he had a lower partial where the metal across the midline was hitting the area associated with the part of his brain that dealt with cognitive awareness. His cognitive awareness was starting to deteriorate. For this reason, he was hiding behind his wife who was making all the decisions. We also checkout out his wife and found she had gone for ten years having pain in her colon. I checked out her mouth and found out 15 years ago they did an extraction of a molar tooth. The whole tissue and the bone were affected. I sent her to surgery here. Two days later, she was not even supposed to see me – she came in to tell me the pain in her colon had disappeared. She went nuts from excitement! Her friends went nuts from excitement! Then, I got a call from Sweden, someone else who wanted to come and see me as a result of this event. This is how these things spread! So one was a dental case, one was an oral surgery and the third one was a whiplash. You could have done all the electro-acupuncture according to the Voll work. All the acupuncture; all the medicines could have been tried but nothing would have worked, because in the two cases, we removed core causes. In the third case – the whiplash was corrected.
These people were here for ten days, they stayed in Motel 6 – which from where they were coming from was a royal palace and they had a blast. This is where it is at. This is what I want to bring to people; to be able to observe these conditions and not be intimidated with them.
One has to relearn simplicity. You have to learn to pick it up. Biophonics helps you to pick it up. With the splint, I picked up the brain stress patterns. With the cavitations, we picked up high readings from the tissue. With the whiplash, we picked up the sphenoid. So the principle of biophonics helped us to detect what
The bus driver went back home to Norway. After he returned home I received a call from someone in Northern Norway who knew him. He called me needing some help. I mentioned to him to go to Oslo, jump on a plane, come here, and we will fix it. (Laughter)
Now, there is one thing that needs to be mentioned regarding the whiplash conditions. There is often a little nasty secondary event that can happen in the more serious cases and this is a reversal of the cervical curve. Again, the x-ray reveals a double insult to the meningeal system. Again, we are setting the stage for stress in the whole organism. To deal with this we have to deal with cervical procedures we have found to be very good. There is a certain methodology of using home traction, combined with home training. This works, provided you first have cleared the cranial mechanism.
It took us ten days to get this man out of the fog. He was in the fog, mentally, when he came in, he was clear when he left. His brain started to function again more optimally. We had figured out the whole modality for him to gradually re-establish a better cervical curve, he had gone from a normal cervical curve to what we call a military spine (the ramrod straight version). Sometimes people go in reverse curve as well! There are still ways and means to deal with this though. This is another long story. I just wanted to point out – if you have a fire on the third floor, do not just hose down the first and second floors – you have to go all the way. There are very precise means to test for this. If you do not get the fire out, it is going to gradually adversely affect you, all depending on your genetic makeup. Whatever is the weakest link is going to get hit first.
So this is the menigeal system. This is the first observations we do in the clinic because it is core. It is the A-B-C’s. It has vast effects on the whole individual. Once we are through with the observations, I usually open the patient’s mouth and see what I can find in there. I look for adverse metal reactions which can have far reaching effects on the body – again, back to the adrenals – toxic effects. I look for missing teeth; I look for cavitations which are basically breakdowns of part of the jawbone from old extractions. There is something rotten in there, so to speak, which has to be dealt with.
We have found out through the excellent work of Louisa Williams,ND and Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt MD., PHD, with their work in mapping out the relationship between the teeth and the organs. I found out their work to be 100% correct. I use their charts to map out the effects. Just today I had a very strong, healthy, Kapha type lady from Montana come in. She oozed of good looks, She was very sick. She complained of fibromylagia, which I consider wastepaper basket diagnosis of symptoms from the 90’s. When you have fibromyalgia, it does not just walk in on you.
There are a series of symptoms which come from a major stressor which has hit your system. Your body is starting to react in an adverse manner. The medical professions conveniently name this syndrome ‘fibromyalgia’ so you can then join the fibromyalia club. Doctors will frolic and give lectures to get more patients to give fibromyaliga pills and medicines too. In reality, with all these people there is usually an underlying factor. It will be in either the structure or toxic chemistry or combined with some serious emotional breakdown. This is where you look. So we are back to the triangle.
With fibromyalgia as she described, I said,”lets take a look at it.” She had a very fine spine, a very good gait pattern. Everything was fine – until I got into her mouth. There, lo and behold was a serious disturbance in tooth #30. This tooth is connected to the lungs and intestines, according to Williams and Klinhardt. By testing the corresponding muscles into the lungs and intestines doing therapy localization plus palpation, we established indeed, there was a major disturbance in those two areas. She said she was short of breath, and she had problems in her colon. This confirmed the situation. But it went back to the tooth.
In this case we were dealing with a possible combination of a dying nerve, faulty crown materials and some other decaying things that were hitting the circuitry which had been there for the last ten years. This was gradually creating a breakdown not only in her intestines, but also in other parts of her body. This was setting up a defense state we might call fibromyaglia. For me, a disease is a state of defense, not just a random occurrence.
To treat her, I called a great dentist who proceeded to clean up the decay in her mouth I expect the fibromyalgia will gradually start to clear as well from her body, given good nutrition.
Though our findings did not relate directly to her meningeal system there was stress affecting it. However because of her complaints of her condition, we had to look elsewhere.
I look into teeth to a large extent. Very often, I look for problems with old extractions – things which are supposed to be fine and are not. There are specific tests where you can access this information.
GOING BACK TO NORWAY
Back to the teeth, I will tell you a little story. About five years ago I decided to go back to the valley where I grew up in as a child in Norway. It is a mountain valley. When I returned to my home there had been a major revolution that had gone through the valley since I had left 60 years ago. They had painted the houses a different color and now they had refrigerators which were all the same colors as their stoves! But aside from those changes, nothing else seemed to have happened. Same houses. A few extra places had sprung up, but not many. But to my dismay, the friends I grew up with, the friends I went to school with -we were all in one class, seven grades in one classroom, the friends I used to ski with, the friends I use to hang around with they were mostly gone, many were dead . I found one person still alive. I believe the reason was partly because of the dentistry we had as children. The dentist visited us two times a year. He drove up to the valley in his car, took out his drill, which was driven by a pedal. He did only two things, he either extracted teeth or he put in amalgam, which incidentally consisted of 50% pure mercury and approximately 50% copper. A pretty toxic dosage of metal to be stuffed into your mouth (this tradition is still being pursued by most dentists today).
If the traveling dentist extracted teeth, he put some cotton in the dental cavity, and that was the end of that. So this form of dental care often created dental and jaw trauma which created bacterial infections. It was only a matter of time before the infection would hit the body and the person would go down.
With the overload of amalgam we received, we got mercury toxicity in vital organs in the body, and in addition was a breakdown of the immune system, leading to early death. This was hard for me to see, but it also made me acutely aware of the shortcomings of the modern health care system. Again I realized the importance of taking care of the body in its natural form and being able to read it as such.
Interviewer: So when you were young, did you have teeth pulled or filled with amalgam?
Jesltrup: Yes and it nearly killed me. I hit maturity with this in1990, and it nearly took my life. But in the process I became an expert. Because of the bio-phonics and other testing methods, I knew what was happening. I knew where the problem was. I went through three jaw surgeries alone, to dig out the amalgam. I became an expert in bridgework. I became an expert in re-establishing the proper planes in the mouth. I worked with the best dentists here in the Northwest and it turned out to be my blessings.
Interviewer: Who did you personally see as a dentist?
Jelstrup: There was a variety of them and I considered them all the best at the time. I am very thankful to have worked with an orthodontist in Redmond. With him we developed a dental splint device designed to decrease cranial pressure, and designed to move the face into proper position where there were misalignments or genetic malformations. This was monumental in the dental corrective field. All of the people I worked with at the time were pioneers. This is the primary reason why I have not returned to Norway to practice. Simply because we have established such a strong network in the Northwest with MDs, dentists, orthodontists, osteopaths, chiropractors and the like.
The teeth are something we watch very closely. We watch, as I mentioned before, the cranium. Then, gradually we get into the nutrition habits which are hygiene. We pay close attention to blood types and nutrition. I have found this to be very valuable and finally, we pay close attention to the emotional wellbeing of the individual and make sure the individual does not have too many balls in the air which would interfere with their health. If they do, we help them to get the appropriate help to erase the negative programming which is running his and her life.