The Heart is Not a Pump – The Blood Pumps the Heart

~This follows the work of Viktor Shauberger and the imploding (not exploding) vortex energy field.  We are electromagnetic beings. Everything is frequency, vibration and energy. Everything.

The Heart is Not a Pump – The Blood Pumps the Heart


In 1932, Bremer of Harvard filmed the blood in the very early embryo circulating in self-propelled mode in spiralling streams before the heart was functioning. Amazingly, he was so impressed with the spiralling nature of the blood flow pattern that he failed to realize that the phenomena before him had demolished the pressure propulsion principle. Earlier in 1920, Steiner, of the Goetheanum in Switzerland had pointed out in lectures to medical doctors that the heart was not a pump forcing inert blood to move with pressure but that the blood was propelled with its own biological momentum, as can be seen in the embryo, and boosts itself with “induced” momenta from the heart. He also stated that the pressure does not cause the blood to circulate but is caused by interrupting the circulation. Experimental corroboration of Steiner’s concepts in the embryo and adult is herein presented.


The fact that the heart by itself is incapable of sustaining the circulation of the blood was known to physicians of antiquity. They looked for auxiliary forces of blood movement in various types of etherisation' andpneumatisation’ or ensoulement of the blood on its passage through the heart and lungs. With the dawn of modern science and over the past three hundred years, such concepts became untenable. The mechanistic concept of the heart as a hydraulic pump prevailed and became firmly established around the middle of the nineteenth century.

The heart, an organ weighing about three hundred grams, is supposed to pump' some eight thousand liters of blood per day at rest and much more during activity, without fatigue. In terms of mechanical work this represents the lifting of approximately 100 pounds one mile high! In terms of capillary flow, the heart is performing an even more prodigious task offorcing’ the blood with a viscosity five times greater than that of water through millions of capillaries with diameters often smaller than the red blood cells themselves! Clearly, such claims go beyond reason and imagination. Due to the complexity of the variables involved, it has been impossible to calculate the true peripheral resistance even of a single organ, let alone of the entire peripheral circulation. Also, the concept of a centralized pressure source (the heart) generating excessive pressure at its source, so that sufficient pressure remains at the remote capillaries, is not an elegant one.

Our understanding and therapy of the key areas of cardiovascular pathophysiology, such as septic shock, hypertension and myocardial ischemia are far from complete. The impact of spending billions of dollars on cardiovascular research using an erroneous premise is enormous. In relation to this, the efforts to construct a satisfactory artificial heart have yet to bear fruit. Within the confines of contemporary biological and medical thinking, the propulsive force of the blood remains a mystery. If the heart really does not furnish the blood with the total motive force, where is the source of the auxiliary force and what is its nature? The answer to those questions will foster a new level of understanding of the phenomena of life in the biological sciences and enable physicians to rediscover the human being which, all too often, many feel they have lost.


Implicit in the notion of pressure propulsion in the cardiovascular system are the following four major concepts.

(1) Blood is naturally inert and therefore must be forced to circulate.
(2) There is a random mix of the formed particles in the blood.
(3) The cells in the blood are under pressure at all times.
(4) The blood is amorphous and is forced to fill its vessels and thereby takes on their form.

However, there are observations that challenge these notions. It is seen that the blood has its own form, the vortex, which determines rather than conforms to the shape of the vascular lumen and circulates in the embryo with its own inherent biological momentum before the heart begins to function. Just as an inert vortex in nature pulses radially and longitudinally, we tentatively assume that blood is also free to pulse and is not subject to the pulse-restricting pressure implied in the pressure propulsion concept. The blood is not propelled by pressure but by its own biological momenta boosted by the heart.

When the heart begins to function, it enhances the blood’s momentum with spiraling impulses. The arteries serve a subsidiary mimical heart function by providing spiraling boosts to the circulating blood. In so doing the arteries dilate to receive the incoming blood and contract to deliver an impulse to increase the blood’s momentum.


18 thoughts on “The Heart is Not a Pump – The Blood Pumps the Heart

  1. Laura Lee September 24, 2016 at 7:32 pm Reply

    Interesting. The Bible says the life is in the blood. So that there would be a “lifeforce” in the blood that is not inert… forced around by heart pumping… but rather has it’s own motion in the body… really does make a lot of sense. There is life in the blood. There’s something past natural in the blood. There is supernatural in the blood. Our spirit lifeforce is in the blood. I don’t understand it all of course. God breathed into Adam and Adam became a living soul. The breath of God was breathed into Adam… and the breath goes into the bloodstream. Interesting it is called “stream”. A stream moves and doesn’t have a “pump”… it has different source of why a stream moves. I would be interested to hear more on this subject of life source in the blood generating the stream flow. It’s interesting physiologically and spiritually. God bless you!


    • Harmony September 24, 2016 at 10:21 pm Reply

      Since the bible lied about the existence of Jesus, why should we believe anything else it says?


      • cosmin September 25, 2016 at 10:42 am

        The Bible doesn’t lie. The powers that be and their scientists and historians are lying. They are trying so hard to make you believe Jesus never existed, neither do God or Creation and they are succeeding. But not for long…


      • Harmony September 25, 2016 at 6:50 pm

        If it isn’t a lie, why is it that almost all christians were converted by force – through rape, starvation, war, and theft of their lands? Why are christians the most war-loving people on earth when their savior said they should love thy enemy?


      • ponchorat1968 September 25, 2016 at 8:25 pm

        It’s not ‘Christians’ are war loving. Just take a look at the world today. We have Muslims staring yet ANOTHER ‘Crusade’, a Muslim President fuelling a war, helped by their worldwide puppet Governments. It’s the Governments who are the war loving ones, NOT the ordinary ‘man on the street’.


      • Harmony September 25, 2016 at 11:39 pm

        Sorry, there’s no difference between christians, muslims, and jews. It’s all one big cult of violence and hate started by abraham. (And abraham might just be an allegory for a older, even more messed up, egyptian dude.)

        NATO, along with israel, are the biggest purveyors of violence in the world today. All of the NATO countries are christian.

        Your president isn’t a muslim. He’s a CIA man.

        The ordinary man on the street loves war and loves killing innocent people in far away lands. Seen any hollywood movies lately? Seen any election results in, oh, say the last 200 years? See all those (non-existent) anti-war demonstrations?

        Christians in particular love war and love killing innocent people, especially innocent people who refuse to bow down to their god of violence.

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  2. Oliver September 26, 2016 at 1:46 pm Reply

    Harmony, if you are in touch with the teachings of Jesus (be a fictitious character or not) you will not harm another being for any reason whatsoever, unless you are in a situation where you need to defend yourself or your family (this is a a very basic, elementary behavior, almost a prerequisite for the shedding of the Ego.I am Brazilian but have distaste for carnaval, tropical weather and soccer. “Christian nation” doesn’t mean anything. It is an empty concept. I understand where you are coming from; I used to make those strong statements way too often generalizing men’s behavior as savage and primitive in order to seek attention. On one level it is true although you would benefit from distancing yourself from this tendency a little once in a while. You are quick and very smart but make sure that whenever you are going against someone else’s view it isn’t just a game. If it is, fine, as long as you know it.


    • Harmony September 26, 2016 at 5:27 pm Reply

      Every single christian in Brazil became a christian one of two ways: either they were forcibly converted under threat of violence, or one of their ancestors concerted under threat of violence. It is exactly the same for muslims.

      “On one level it is true although you would benefit from distancing yourself from this tendency a little once in a while.”

      Awww. Thanks for mansplaining that to me. I’m just a weak girl who doesn’t understand these things, you know?

      Now please, go back to your filthy church of violence.


  3. Max Powers September 26, 2016 at 9:37 pm Reply watch the video on astrotheology, and you will learn some of the things the NWO do not want us to know.


  4. Grunt Gut September 27, 2016 at 4:53 am Reply

    Creepy thought: What would happen if you swapped blood between two bodies, completely? Would they effectively change bodies? You’d have to do it pretty fast or the body would die I think.

    Since that’s not possible, it does at least raise some questions around blood transfusion. . .


  5. SG Today September 27, 2016 at 12:20 pm Reply

    With this viewpoint, what is a heart attack?

    How does a pacemaker work?

    Why do we do heart transplants?


    • Bob September 27, 2016 at 4:53 pm Reply

      SG, you’re not expecting real science, are you?


      • Manny Clay September 27, 2016 at 9:49 pm

        Bob, I agree that many times we can wander away from science into areas of conjecture and personal theorizing which cannot be proven via the scientific method. So I ask you once more… Where is the scientific proof for a tilted ball shaped rotating and revolving planet Earth, and yes I am expecting real science? Thank you.


    • Demitra M. N. September 27, 2016 at 5:33 pm Reply

      SG, if the flow of oxygen-rich blood to a section of heart muscle suddenly becomes blocked and the blood flow isn’t restored quickly enough, that section of heart muscle begins to die. The muscle of the heart is different than other muscles in the body and apparently any damage to this type of muscle tissue doesn’t repair itself as readily as other muscles in the body. This means that if we do have any significant blockages wherein sections of the heart begin to die, the original heart tissue gets replaced by scar tissue instead, Over time, this obviously weakens the heart muscle so that a transplant might become necessary. A mechanical pacemaker replaces the biological one we are all born with — it’s call the sinoatrial node and it is located in the upper chamber of the heart where it produces an electrical signal for the heart to contract in order to relay the blood flow coming through the connecting vessels.


      • SG Today September 28, 2016 at 4:24 am

        Demitra, my post was not about what any of us thinks, but how those questions relate to the original post. I didn’t see much in the way of a medical explanation above, so I’m curious on these related real events people face.


    • Demitra M. N. September 27, 2016 at 5:51 pm Reply

      In light of this article, my guess is that what signals the heart to contract is the flow of blood itself. Hence, the blood pumps the heart.


    • Demitra M. N. September 28, 2016 at 9:57 am Reply

      Then perhaps, SG, you need to be more clear when formulating your questions so as not to waste other people’s time, eh? Seriously, though, you thought your elementary stated questions above were going to attract the hoards required for just the sort of people who could satisfy your curiosity in just the right way? 🙂 You ARE a special specimen to be sure.


      • SG Today September 28, 2016 at 12:11 pm


        Well, I was replying to the blog post (and presumably its message), and I did refer to “this viewpoint”. What are you claiming “this viewpoint” could be interpreted as? 😦

        It could be considered unusual for someone to ask a general understanding question such as “what is a heart attack” inside a specific blog post (such as this). It also might be fair to recognize the power of Google is widely understood as a research tool for basic questions of the world. I believe I’m on the record as already sharing links on this site. 🙂

        That said, I will endeavour to draft questions with clearer context in the future. 🙂


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