Vivien Spitz P.P.T
As a doctor that focuses on the early detection of diabetes and heart attack risk, I see risk where a lot of other doctors might not. The Hellenistic Laodikeia was founded by the Seleucid King Antiochus II and named after his wife Laodike about the middle of the third century BC. Pliny writes that there was a village called Diospolis first, then Rhoas at the place of the city and the Hellenistic city was founded by Antiochus II (r. 261-247 BC).
The ‘energetic position’ is determined by how strong a given organ is relative to other organs, and by the strength of organ I refer to how rigorously and energetically a given organ performs its functions – and as organic functions are interrelated, how one organ plays its role more dominantly or submissively in relation to other organs.
In their latest work, Dimitrios Stamatialis, PhD (University of …