'Mutilation of Corpse
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Mutilation of Corpse Law and Legal Definition. Mutilation of corpse is a wrong of willfully, recklessly, wantonly, unlawfully, or negligently dismembering or disfiguring by cutting, scratching, or mishandling the body of a dead person. It is an offense of dissecting or dismembering, without authority, the dead body of a person'.
Symbolism, Imagery, Allegory
Hotspur's suggestion that his father's absence is a "perilous gash" (see above) to the rebel forces isn't the only reference to maiming. The play is full of allusions to body mutilation, both literal and figurative. Let's discuss. In the play's opening speech, King Henry describes the English soil as a mother whose body has been "bruise[d]," gouged, and "trench[ed]" by civil warfare, even as the cannibal earth feeds on the bloodied bodies of her "children" (buried English soldiers). Such violent and vivid imagery gets at the unnaturalness of civil warfare, which is imagined by Shakespeare as some seriously violent family drama.
A few lines later, we hear that 1,000 English soldiers have been "butchered" by Welsh fighters and the corpses subject to "beastly shameless transformation" at the hands of the Welshwomen (1.1.44). Here, Shakespeare refers to historical accounts (including a major source for the play, Raphael Holinshed's Chronicles) of how the Welshwomen mutilated the genitals of English corpses. Gross. Literary critics tend to agree that this reference in the play registers larger fears of emasculation at the hands of rebellious forces. In other words, if England is imagined as a collective body, then warfare and rebellion threaten to weaken and enfeeble the entire kingdom.
The play's preoccupation with castration is repeated again, perhaps more comically, when Lady Percy, on two separate occasions, threatens to break her husband's "little finger" or, his "head." Hotspur is certainly worried that physical contact with his wife will make him effeminate or soft, and we talk about this more in "Gender" and "Family."
Lady Percy never castrates her husband but, in one of the last scenes of the play, Falstaff mutilates Hotspur's corpse by stabbing the body in the thigh. We can't help but notice the way Falstaff's actions recall the story of the Welshwomen's mutilation of English corpses in Act 1. Literary critics Jean E. Howard and Phyllis Rackin suggest that, in this way, Falstaff's antics are associated with what the play imagines as a very female and emasculating threat. Makes sense to us. Given that Prince Hal, the heir to the English throne, has been lured away from his princely duties by Falstaff's topsy-turvy Eastcheap world, it's not so surprising that Falstaff would be associated with other rebellious figures that overtly threaten the kingdom's collective "body."
US court precedence and laws have primarily focused on mutilations of DEAD BODIES----mutilations of body limbs/trunk of living. We have very little LEGAL/US COURT precedence on BIO---MEDICAL MUTILATION. We do have plenty of legal precedence on BIOLOGICAL WARFARE-----poisons sprayed---ingested------but these few decades of BIOLOGIC IMPLANT and GMO HUMAN have not addressed these legal precedence regarding MICRO-----biologic manipulations.
'But it was unethical, as they were not offered treatment and were not told they had the infection'
'Today, regulations governing the use of human tissue and genomic data are far stricter'
INSERTING arterial stents -----have a good record if not done fraudulently=====it is a device placed inside our bodies which does not augment or change NATURAL CIRCULATION. A retinal implant left inside body for a few decades --electricity/radiation killing soft tissue----possibly vital sense nerves-----IS A MUTILATION.
'voluntary changes are considered to be modifications, and involuntary changes are considered mutilations'.
Global banking 1% are using those dastardly freemason STARS to sell FADS breaking down our cultural norms towards INSERTION OF DEVICES AS MUTILATION. Here we see a STAR mainstreaming what TRANSHUMANISTS see as BRAIN/BODY IMPLANTING likely designed to attract 5G microwaves.
LEGAL DEFINITIONS OF VOLUNTARY VS INVOLUNTARY ----
'Body modifications and mutilations
Body modifications and mutilations, intentional permanent or semipermanent alterations of the living human body for reasons such as ritual, folk medicine, aesthetics, or corporal punishment. In general, voluntary changes are considered to be modifications, and involuntary changes are considered mutilations'.
Please do not follow these FADS-----they are setting precedence for INSTALLING IMPLANTS which we already KNOW harm---ARE DEADLY.
TOUGH DECISIONS is a bunch of LYING, CHEATING, AND STEALING-----LACKS' cancer cells have yet to produce a SURE CANCER TREATMENT-----
US medical research on MITOCHONDRIAL AND DNA METHYLATION started experimentally in 2000s. Below we see BIOETHICS surrounding the use of these products just started in 2016---2017. Congressional riders to stop these research in 2015-----followed by a directive on how to circumvent those RIDERS.
'It is only recently that bioethicists have started to address the questions raised by the case around consent, privacy, racism in research, and the ownership of biomedical data'.
'However, a rider that Congress has attached to every annual FDA appropriation since 2015 may preclude FDA review of applications to perform MRT in the United States. The rider, currently found in section 734 of the US Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2018, stipulates that
“None of the funds made available [to the FDA] by this Act may be used to notify a sponsor or otherwise acknowledge receipt of a submission for an exemption for investigational use of a drug or biological product . .
in research in which a human embryo is intentionally created or modified to include a heritable genetic modification16.”
Because of this rider’s broad language, the FDA has interpreted the rider to mean that the agency is prohibited from reviewing IND applications that involve MRT. The US Congress could easily remedy the current de facto ban on clinical trials of MRT in the United States. Congress could achieve this goal by amending the rider to stipulate that the general prohibition against producing “a heritable genetic modification” does not apply to MRT'.
Below we see one example------this is DNA MANIPULATION of NONSENSE CODONS where removing and altering DNA strands has been happening since 2000. No ethics or morals discussions-----GMO HUMANS.
What is MEDICAL BODY MUTILATIONS?
We spoke these last few weeks about BRAIN/BODY IMPLANTS and the effects of PSYCHO-SEXUAL TORTURE as experimental telemedicine for one. Using those implants KNOWING harm was being done.
CIS and TRANS configurations of methyl groups on DNA are VITAL for DNA function -----vital chemical processes and cellular energy. Too little of one-----can be DEADLY.
Undermethylation vs. Overmethylation: Symptoms & Treatments
It is understood that many variables can play roles in causing medical conditions. However, one cause (standalone or synergistic) of medical conditions that is rarely discussed is abnormal methylation: undermethylation or overmethylation.
A person’s genetics largely determine whether their methylation will be normative, suboptimal (undermethylation), or excessive (overmethylation).
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What is methylation?
Methylation is a specific biochemical process that plays a role in regulating a multitude of biological functions, including:
- Brain activity: Methylation determines concentrations of specific neurotransmitters in the brain. These neurotransmitters can affect a person’s cognitive function and/or mood.
- Cellular detoxification: Methylation can expedite or prolong the detoxification of certain substances from the body.
- DNA repair: Methylation influences DNA repair such that, if methylation is abnormal, DNA damage may occur.
- Energy production: Normative methylation helps the body create energy for physical and mental performance.
- Immune system activity: Methylation can modulate activity within the body’s immune system – increasing or decreasing one’s immunity to pathogens.
Undermethylation vs. Overmethylation:
Based on genetic and/or epigenetic expression, certain individuals will exhibit undermethylation (and be classified as an “undermethylator”) or overmethylation (and be classified as an “overmethylator”). Although correlations between atypical methylation patterns and medical conditions and/or poor health don’t necessarily prove causation, many believe that abnormal methylation patterns directly cause disease. Still, it is usually those who are on the extreme ends of the spectrum (e.g. exhibiting significant under/over methylation) compared to the general population that report unwanted symptoms.
Know that there isn’t anything inherently bad about being an “overmethylator” or “undermethylator” – many people classified as over/under-methylators are in good health with no serious medical conditions.
Anyways, excessive methyl (as is observed in overmethylation) is thought to induce biological symptoms that differ compared to inadequate methyl (as observed in undermethylation). Below you can review the different types of methylation and their hypothesized symptoms.
Undermethylation (Histadelia): Undermethylation, or inadequate methyl, is generally associated with suboptimal concentrations of SAM-e, a methyl donor. Symptoms or traits associated with extreme undermethylation might include: agitation, aggression, obsessiveness, and/or perfectionistic behavior. It is estimated that 1 in 5 people with undermethylation have unwanted symptoms attributable to their methylation status.
Overmethylation (Histapenia): Overmethylation, or excessive methyl, is generally associated with oversaturation of methyl-related byproducts, including monoamines (serotonin, norepinephrine, dopamine). Abnormally high concentrations of monoamines can impair cognition, motivation, libido, and cause weight gain. Think of this as being similar to eating: when you get enough food – you feel satisfied, but when you eat too much – you feel overly full, drowsy, etc.
Undermethylation (Biochemistry of Low Methylation)
It is believed that chronic undermethylation might cause nutrient deficiencies and/or neurotransmitter abnormalities within the body. Below is a list of potential biochemical markers that researchers suspect to be associated with undermethylation. Realize that if you’re an undermethylator, you may not automatically fit the “biochemical mold” and exhibit all of the biochemical markers listed below.
- Biotoxins & heavy metals accumulation: Efficient methylation allows the body to detoxify itself of biotoxins and heavy metals. As a result, some undermethylators may exhibit increased storage and/or accumulations of toxic elements.
- High basophil count: In an undermethylator, concentrations of basophils on blood tests may exceed 50 cells/cubic millimeters. High concentrations of basophils are linked to allergies and infectious disease.
- High histamine: Histamine concentrations may exceed 70 ng/mL if methylation remains compromised for an extended duration.
- High homocysteine: Inadequate methylation generally leads to increases in homocysteine concentrations.
- Low copper: Low levels of copper are may be more common among undermethylators, which in turn, may cause anemia.
- Low zinc: Undermethylation is thought to result in low levels of zinc, which in turn, can trigger a host of unwanted symptoms (e.g. diarrhea, hair loss, immune dysfunction).
As of current, symptoms associated with undermethylation are somewhat unclear. An individual’s genetic and epigenetic expression will probably determine the specific symptoms that manifest.
Realize that just because you exhibit undermethylation does not mean that you’ll experience symptoms on this list. This list is merely thought to be a compilation of symptoms that are more common among extreme undermethylators.
- Addictive personality: Persons who undermethylate may be more prone to addictions such as: drugs, gambling, and/or sex. Extreme undermethylators are thought to exhibit low concentrations of “feel good” chemicals in their brains like serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine. Lack of the aforementioned chemicals can lead to addictions (which temporarily spike these chemicals).
- Anxious thoughts: It is suspected that undermethylation probably increases one’s anxiety levels. Increased anxiety may be associated with phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder, and/or general discomfort.
- Concentration problems: Many people who are undermethylators will report problems with concentration or focus. The focus problems are probably related to insufficient levels or atypical activity of certain neurotransmitters.
- Food allergies: Food allergies and sensitivities are more likely to occur in undermethylators as a result of high histamine concentrations.
- Highly competitive: It is said that some undermethylators are highly competitive. The competitive drive exhibited by a subset of undermethylators may be due to underlying neurotransmitter and/or hormonal abnormalities such as low serotonin.
- Hypersexuality: Individuals with undermethylation might exhibit an abnormally high sex drive. This sex drive may be mediated by low levels of neurotransmitters. During sex, monoamine levels temporarily increase and the person becomes addicted to the rush.
- Muscle tension: When monoamine levels are suboptimal due to lack of methylation, this may lead to increased muscle tension. High muscle tension may make it difficult to sleep and/or cause tension-type headaches.
- Obsessive compulsive: Because undermethylation is associated with lower-than-usual concentrations of serotonin, it is thought that undermethylators are more likely to exhibit obsessive-compulsive tendencies. Some individuals may even get diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
- Perfectionist tendencies: Perfectionism is hypothesized to be associated with undermethylation. Someone who is a constant perfectionist – in all facets of life – may be an undermethylator.
- Prone to headaches: Considering the biochemical underpinnings of undermethylation, some believe that undermethylators may be prone to tension-type or stress-related headaches.
- Reduced pain tolerance: It is thought that, due to low concentrations of certain neurotransmitters, tolerance for pain is markedly lower among undermethylators.
- Severe allergies: Due to concentrations of various biomarkers among undermethylators (especially low zinc and high basophil count), it is thought that these individuals may be more susceptible to extreme allergies – or more extreme than the general population.
- Social isolation: Because persons with undermethylation are prone to anxious thinking, in some cases, this may result in social anxiety. This social anxiety, in conjunction with perfectionism, can lead to social isolation.
- Substance abuse: It is understood that undermethylation can sometimes cause deficits or dysfunction in monoamine production and transmission. Monoamine deficits may increase likelihood that someone will seek out and/or abuse substances in attempt to normalize these levels.
Undermethylation Treatment: How is it managed?
Not everyone needs to treat their undermethylation. Many undermethylators are functioning fine and are in good health. The relationship between methylation status and a person’s health is complex. That said, if you’re an extreme undermethylator and your doctor suspects that some of your health problems are attributable to undermethylation – there are various supplements that you could consider for treatment.
Understand that treatment probably won’t fix all of your medical woes within a matter of days. For most people, recovery from extreme undermethylation will occur over the span of months. That said, once a person recovers, he/she can usually stay recovered with continued supplementation and/or lifestyle changes.
Best Supplements for Undermethylation
Undermethylation is associated with low concentrations of calcium, choline, magnesium, vitamin B12, vitamin C, and vitamin D. Low levels of the aforementioned substances can be corrected with regular supplementation. Adjusting intakes of various nutrients is usually necessary to get extreme cases of undermethylation under control.
Disclaimer: Do not take these supplements without prior consent from a medical doctor. Affiliate disclosure: The substances listed below contain affiliate links – meaning the website earns a commission if you buy through us. We try to recommend the highest-quality and easiest-to-order products.
Overmethylation (Biochemistry of High Methylation)
It is believed that chronic overmethylation may lead to excessive concentrations of nutrients and/or neurotransmitters within the body. Included below is a list of potential biochemical markers that researchers believe to be associated with overmethylation. Keep in mind that, if you’re an overmethylator, you may not fit the typical “mold” and exhibit all biochemical markers listed below.
- High copper: Accumulation of copper in the bloodstream and body can be toxic and cause symptoms such as liver damage, kidney damage, hypotension, pigmentation changes, and even coma. Overmethylation is sometimes associated with abnormally high copper levels.
- High monoamines: In cases of overmethylation, individuals are thought to produce excessive amounts of monoamines. While adequate monoamine production is favorable, excessive levels of monoamines may lead to mental illness and/or cognitive dysfunction.
- Low basophil count: Overmethylation may result in low basophil counts, which may impair immune function. Low basophil levels are linked to allergic reactions and thyroid dysfunction.
- Low histamine: It is suspected that overmethylators are more likely to exhibit lower-than-average production of, and concentrations of, histamine.
- Low zinc: Overmethylation can lead to decreases in levels of zinc throughout the body, in part due to excess copper. When copper levels are high, the excess copper can deplete zinc. Symptoms of low zinc include: hair loss, immune dysfunction, and skin abnormalities.
Note: Quantities of each supplement that you take should be recommended by a professional based on your blood work
As of current, symptoms associated with overmethylation aren’t fully documented. An individuals’ genetic and epigenetic expression will likely influence the specific symptoms that they experience. Keep in mind that, just because you may be an overmethylator, it does not mean that you’ll experience every single symptom on the list below. This list is merely a compilation of symptoms that are more common among extreme overmethylators.
- Anxiety disorders: A portion of people who are overmethylators will have anxiety as a result of excessive monoamine levels within the brain like norepinephrine and dopamine. In some cases, even high serotonin may provoke anxious thoughts.
- Brain fog: An inability to think clearly can occur among persons with overmethylation, resulting in “brain fog.” This mental fogginess may be similar to attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and could result in an ADHD diagnosis.
- Circadian rhythm dysfunction: Overmethylators may be at risk of circadian rhythm dysfunction as a result of high monoamine levels. This circadian rhythm dysfunction may lead to excessive daytime sleepiness and/or nighttime insomnia.
- Depressed mood: Among extreme overmethylators, mood disorders are thought to be common. This might be due to a combination of nutritional deficits, as well as excessive monoamine saturation within the brain. Although adequate serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine is favorable – too much of these might cause depression.
- Dry skin: Overmethylation could lead to changes within the skin such as dryness, flakiness, and/or altered pigmentation. Skin changes may be a byproduct of overmethylation-mediated changes in hormones, immune function, and zinc.
- Fatigue: Persons with overmethylation may be prone to bouts of fatigue and/or chronic fatigue syndrome. The fatigue is likely due to excessive quantities of specific neurotransmitters.
- Immune dysfunction: Overmethylation could impair the immune response in numerous ways, one of which is by lowering zinc. Immune dysfunction may put overmethylators at increased risk for certain infections.
- Low sex drive: It is thought that excessive concentrations of monoamines may inhibit or blunt a person’s sex drive. This could mean impotence or erectile dysfunction for men or difficulty achieving orgasm for either sex.
- Poor motivation: Because overmethylation can induce depression, this depression may detrimentally affect motivation and productivity.
- Sleep problems: Excessive methylation may interfere with a person’s sleep and circadian rhythm. Specific sleep problems that might occur include: daytime sleepiness, nighttime insomnia, premature waking (maintenance insomnia) or oversleeping.
- Weight gain: A subset of overmethylators may be overweight or obese, in part, because overmethylation may cause depression, fatigue, and hormonal fluctuations.