Excerpt from The Solar Plexus or Abdominal Brain
Man has four brains, and not merely one as is commonly believed to be the case. Man's four brains, each having its separate char acteristics and distinctive offices and func tions, are as follows: (1) the Cerebrum (2) the Cerebellum; (3) the Medulla Oblong ata; and (4) the Solar Plexus, or Abdominal Brain. The structure, and the respective offices and functions of each of these four brains of Man, are as follows.
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