Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva
Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva (FOP) is a condition where the
sufferer's normal skeletal muscle and connective tissue turns into bone.
The gene that causes FOP has been located but this has not resulted
in a cure. FOP is a hard disease on the human body because it was designed
for continuous movement and it hurts to stay frozen. The karmic causes of
FOP are as many and varied as the people that contract this disease.
Here are some of them:
FOP brutally simulates the effects of torture by
immobilization. Present life FOP Flare-ups come in the same areas of the
body where the torture was originally practiced in past lives. The most
cruel tortures involved caging prisoners into devices where movement was
restricted. The worst of these were:
- an iron cabinet built to torture or kill by piercing
the body with sharp objects (such as knives, spikes, or nails) while the
victim is locked inside it. The victim is bleeds profusely if their body
is pierced by the sharp objects. Otherwise, the victim dies quickly from
asphyxiation or slowly from starvation.
- an A-frame metal rack where the head was
strapped to the top point of the A, the hands at the mid-point and the
legs at the lower spread ends. This pushed the head down and forced the
knees up in an unnatural compressed position to prevent sleeping and
force blood from the nose-ears.
- two opposed bi-pronged "forks" with an attached
belt or strap. One end was pushed under the chin, and the other into the
sternum, the strap fixing the device to the neck. This effectively immobilized
the head at a total extension of the neck, and causing agonizing pain
from this unnatural stretching.
"Pear of Anguish"
- a device shaped like a pear with four segments
which opened and closed at the turn of a screw at the top (like a metal
flower opening its sharp petals). It was inserted into the mouth, anus,
or vagina of the victim and the sharp metal dug into the flesh causing
excruciating pain as it tore the flesh open.
In past lives, slavery was another common practice.
When slaves were transported from one place to another (especially on ships),
the conditions were so cramped that their movement was severely restricted.
FOP simulates the experience of slaves who could not move and found it hard
to breathe. Like FOP Flare-ups, death could come quickly for a slave, caused
by just being jarred, by being injured even slightly, or by being suffocated
to death. FOP simulates the slave's immobile experience in precise, ghastly
As FOP progresses, the sufferer's movements become progressively more limited.
Flare-ups - explosive growth of new bone - can be set off at anytime by just
jarring the body or experiencing injuries. After flare-ups, movement is
dramatically more limited. Finally, mobility is gone and when breath goes,
life ends. The tip off to this condition manifests at birth as baby's big
toes being malformed.
While past life exploration can help the FOP sufferer understand why they
have this disorder, the karma is likely to be so severe... that FOP most
often will remain a life sentence. The best that can be hoped for is that
past life healing will help to reduce the frequency and severity of FOP
If FOP sufferers are willing to accept responsibility for and heal the
past... their torture can end sooner because they can understand their
suffering is not pointless. The good news is that the FOP person's
experience is never wasted. Every moment of their life is rich in
experience and karmic burnoff. The best news is FOP is only experienced
by an individual once during their trail of incarnations. Since this
is a very intense form of karmic correction it can only be experienced
once regardless of whether the karma is balanced or not.
is included in the above descriptions of common FOP syndromes.