Skelettbildung und Darmfunktion der Meeresfische

Roselies Gehlig
Article-ID: DMS-20426-DE
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14271/DMS-20426-DE

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Das Skelett der marinen Echten Knochenfische mit seinem geringen Anteil an Knochenkarbonat und völlig fehlendem „labilen Karbonat“ (HCO3-) ist ein Ausdruck geringer Inkarnation der Tierseele und sogar der Lebensorganisation. Das „labile Karbonat“ ist noch als Bikarbonat chemisch gelöst im Meer, im Sinne dezentralisierender, peripherer (ätherischer) Umkreiskräfte. Dieser exkarnierte Teil des Skeletts bleibt als ein „Äther-Skelett“ „darmartig“ und lässt die Fische das Ätherische des Wassers erleben. Anstatt des Skelettes wirkt ihr Darm mittels Bikarbonat- und Kalkbildung im eigenen Organismus regulierend und im übersäuerten Meer ausgleichend. Die Gliederung der Fische in Kiemen und Darm spiegelt sich in der Differenzierung des Meeres in Oberflächen- und Tiefenwasser. Sekundär „fischartig“ durch fehlendes „labiles Karbonat“ zeigt sich das menschliche Skelett bei der chronischen Niereninsuffizienz.

Skeleton formation and digestive function in sea fish

The skeleton of marine true bony fish with its low carbonate content and completely missing ‘labile carbonate’ (HCO3-) is an expression of weak incarnation of the animal’s soul, and even of the life organisation. The ‘labile carbonate’ is still chemically dissoluted in the sea in the form of bicarbonate, in the sense of decentralising, peripheral (etheric) environmental forces. This excarnated part of the skeleton remains as an ‘intestine-like’ ‘ether-skeleton’, allowing the fish to experience the etheric of the water. Instead of the skeleton, the gut of marine teleosts regulates the physiology of the own organism, and it regulates acidified sea water. The division of the fish into gills and gut is reflected in the differentiation of the sea in surface water and deep water. Secondarily, the human skeleton in chronic renal insufficiency presents as ‘fishlike’ because of its missing ‘labile carbonate’.

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