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Neurons are the core components of the nervous system. There are approximately one hundred billion neurons connected by more than one hundred trillion Synapses in the human Brain. Neurons are basically electrical on and off switches, which work in a similar way to the small transistors found in computer chips. Information is passed between neurons via the chemical synapses, which release neurotransmitters, which act on another neuron. Most neurons are connected via synapses to several thousand other neurons, making the brain's circuitry capable of connecting to a host of neural networks.

These signals between Neurons occur via Synapses, or specialized connections with other cells. Neurons can connect to each other to form neural networks. The key to neural function in the central nervous system is the synaptic signaling process, which is partly electrical and partly chemical. When the synaptic signaling is interrupted through toxic electrical frequencies (i.e. such as technological Mind Control in low EMF pulsing, harmful radiation) or the synaptic signaling is interrupted through an introduction to toxic chemicals (i.e. mercury and aluminum in Vaccinations, Chemtrails) the synapse will not signal. When the synapse stops functioning and/or is poisoned, the neuron will eventually die. When neurons die, humans get motor neuron and brain diseases like Alzheimer's and ALS. Have you ever felt that headache after a vaccine? That's the feeling of your immune system trying to stop the chemicals from eating your brain's neurons.[1]

Neural Connections

A Neuron or nerve cell is an electrically excitable cell that processes and transmits information through electrical and chemical signals. The signals between nerve cells occur via the Synapses, which are structures of connections made with the other cells. Nerve Cells are the core components of the brain and the spinal cord of the entire central nervous system.

The way neural connections are formed in the brain is similar to routing traffic when traveling distances on the main roads and highways. The main roads and highways that people are most familiar with and know are used much more often. In the human brain it is the same. The signals will find the main neural pathways formed by the most common and repetitive thought forms, which then form into neural connections. Thus the Brain will process and route signals that are received to connect to the main neural pathways, based on the most common previous patterns of thinking.[2]


See Also


Mirror Neurons

Bio-neurological Control