How often when someone "loses his or her heroic battle against cancer" does anyone mention that the chemo or radiation probably killed that person? The medical establishment usually chalks up those deaths to cancer.
But the media and medical mafia propaganda is so pervasive, even the deceased's close friends and relatives hurry to pink ribbon fund raisers or write a check to the nearest cancer institute.
'Another fermented beverage with many health benefits is a fermented tea called Kombucha. Kombucha is a living beverage made from tea, sugar and the culture colony known as SCOBY. SCOBY stands for symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeasts. Kefir grains are actually SCOBYs too although not referred to as such.
Unlike kefir, Kombucha is primarily an acetic acid, rather than a lactic acid ferment, although it often contains some lactic acid.'
“In any major covert op, there are always multiple objectives and levels of opportunity, and they are not wasted. The interesting thing is, 99.99% of the players who benefit don’t even realize the whole thing is a planned op.” (The Magician Awakes, Jon Rappoport)
This is not a complete list of benefits from the Ebola op. However, it does cover a significant amount of territory.
In no particular order:
Distraction: the continuing US war in the Middle East moves to the back pages.
Vaccine and drug sales for pharmaceutical companies expand.
The public is further conditioned to accept all vaccines, follow all medical orders, buy phony epidemics as real, fear germs, fear “unpredictable outbreaks.”
Fear=easier to control.
'Science can be used to obfuscate reality, especially in medicine. Several disclosures from whistle blowers and investigators have uncovered scandalous false medical journal reports. Most oncologists don't want to know the power of nutrition and detoxification. The extremely low rate of recovery from cancer using expensive toxic methods and creating more suffering continues. Why? Authoritative medical science says it's the only way.'
'Saffron comes from the Far East. In ancient times, it was used to treat pain, poor digestion, and even high blood pressure.
Today, it’s one of the most expensive spices to date, worth its “weight in gold”.
Saffron is derived from the Crocus sativus plant and contains over 150 known volatile compounds.
Two of the most well-known, crocin and safranal, are used therapeutically.
Below, we’ll explain some of the impressive health benefits that saffron offers.'
Vaccine pusher Paul Offit trying to revoke all religious and philosophical exemptions to vaccination
‘Introducing Dr. Paul Offit, the conflicted top pediatrician and millionaire vaccine producer and promoter who claims that a baby can theoretically tolerate 10,000 vaccinations at once. And he wants to make sure that your kids get their share.
Remember the lyrics from that Rolling Stones song “Sympathy for the Devil”? “Please allow me to introduce myself; I’m a man of wealth and taste… Pleased to meet you; Hope you guess my name; But what’s puzzling you is the nature of my game.”‘
How Grapefruit Juice Improves Your Metabolism, Blocks Weight Gain and Even Treats Disease As Well As Two Separate Drugs
'Grapefruits can treat diabetes, fight cancer, heal stomach ulcers, reduce gum disease and even keep stroke and metabolic syndrome at bay as well as drugs. Now new research shows that the consumption of grapefruit juice may block weight gain by improving your metabolism.'
We learned about my husband’s inoperable brain tumor from a nurse who doled out the news as though providing his cholesterol count. Mark stood frozen. I clutched at him and wailed.
“Are you OK?” the nurse asked.
Was she insane? Which part of this could remotely be described as OK? Mark worried about how we would tell the kids, three adult children from his first marriage and our 11-year-old daughter.
“We will tell them,” he said thoughtfully, “that we hit a rough patch.” Only Mark could refer to a widespread brain tumor as a “rough patch.”'
'In spite of all the information and all the prescriptions offered by modern diets, people just keep getting fatter. This suggests that our knowledge about metabolism is missing something -- perhaps some of the old wisdom that kept hundreds of generations of people slender and strong.
Of course, having access to modern scientific knowledge is enormously helpful too. The key lies in integrating these two bodies of wisdom, and then applying them to get a better understanding of our entire physiological landscape.'
'Long before frugal living and keeping your finances tight became part of the daily life of making due during the recession, the Amish had it covered.
They watch what they spend, learn to save at an early age, are entrepreneurs, and have a network of friends and family to help in emergencies.
When is the last time you saw a homeless Amish person? Never. Why? Because they have a social network in their church that helps provide for members who are having a tough time.'
'Anybody remember Bob Dylan, the counter-culture hero and songwriter who showed up in the 1960’s? He had his ear to the ground when he wrote one his most popular songs, The Times They Are a-Changin’. Now some more of us are beginning to take notice.
Around a year after the chemical pollution known as the BP-Gulf disaster, in April of 2011, an actual two-headed bull shark was found in the uterus of a shark caught by fishermen in the Gulf of Mexico. It took until 2013 for scientists to confirm that it was actually a two-headed bull shark and not a set of conjoined twins.'
'The CDC’s (Center for Disease Control) annual Orwellian “flu season” brainwashing fest is about to begin. Flu fear mongering and alarming flu statistics will soon be bombarding the air waves, a massive Big Pharma media marketing blitz masquerading as science with one purpose: to drive the American people to unthinkingly roll up their sleeves and get the toxic flu jab.
The media in conjunction with the CDC will ratchet up the public’s fear with almost daily worst case-scenario flu outbreak advisories while simultaneously pushing the solution: Big Pharma’s unproven flu vaccine.'
The power of music, not drugs, to help Dementia patients— Sundance Film Festival Award winning documentary ‘Alive Inside’
'Helping patients with dementia will probably be one of the biggest human dignity issues of our century, as the proportion of elderly grows across the globe. It seems disgraceful to warehouse them in nursing homes, but often there are few alternatives.
So I was really delighted to see a ray of light in a new documentary, Alive Inside [www.aliveinside.us], which won the 2014 Sundance Film Festival Audience Award for an American documentary. It features the power of music to raise patients out of their torpor. Sometimes the effect of placing earphone and an iPod on an unresponsive patient slumped in a wheel is little short of miraculous.'
'According to the American College of Sports Medicine, by the year 2030 the number of people in the United States 65 years and over will reach 70 million. Understanding what happens to your body as you age and how exercise can help is important in getting the kind of senior years you’ve planned for and anticipated.
Let’s first look at muscles. Muscle mass keeps you strong, it burns calories, and it contributes to balance and bone strength. The problem is that muscle mass decreases as you age. As you lose muscle mass, you can also lose your independence and mobility. Decreased mobility leads to an increased chance of falls and bone degradation, in a downward cascade. The good news is that muscle mass can increase at any age in response to exercise.'
'It’s the fall season. How do you feel?
Maybe you love the change of colors on the leaves, the cooler weather, and the crisp feel of the air. Maybe fall is your favorite time of year.
But then again, maybe you feel it starting to come on—that touch of melancholy, the nostalgia for the warm, long days of summer, and the dread of the long, cold, harsh winter months.
The Cleveland Clinic notes that seasonal depression, or “seasonal affective disorder (SAD),” often starts in the fall (and then gets worse in the winter). Particularly if you live in the northern latitudes where the sun seems to take a permanent vacation in winter, you may already be feeling a little blue in anticipation of the oncoming gloominess.'
'Plenty has been written about the need to eat a plant based, whole foods diet to stop cancer. This is good advice as far as it goes, but there are other factors in stopping cancer that are equally or even more important than what you eat. These factors are:
- Hormone status
- Sleep habits
'Is sun exposure good or bad for us? Some health professionals say we should cover up to reduce the risk of skin cancer, while others say sun exposure promotes numerous health benefits. To add to the latter, a new study now suggests moderate sun exposure may help prevent the development of obesity and diabetes.'
'In order to understand the true background to the present and past “Ebola” epidemics, the following booklet from a colloquim held in 1977 is recommended for further personal study.
It contains the collective proceedings of 3-day meeting between a large international group of members from the medical and science community also from the WHO which co-sponsored the colloquium held in 1977 in Belgium.
“Ebola Virus Haemorrhagic Fever” (http://www.enivd.de/EBOLA/pdf/ebola-hires.pdf )
Pieces of an extraordinary puzzle unfold already on the first 180 pages:'
'A remarkable new study published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology titled, "Investigation of the effects of solid lipid curcumin on cognition and mood in a healthy older population," reveals that the primary golden-hued polyphenol found in the ancient Indian healing spice turmeric known as curcumin is capable of improving cognition and mood in elderly adults (60-85) when administered in either short-term [acute], chronic, or short-term-on-chronic dosage schedules.'
'Aluminum has been long known to be neurotoxic, with mounting evidence that chronic exposure is a factor in many neurological diseases, including dementia, autism, and Parkinson’s disease.
However, definitive scientific proof is difficult to establish due to the the lack of longitudinal studies, as well as pushback from industries that use aluminum in their products. Despite the shortage of conclusive studies, mounting scientific evidence leaves little room for doubt.
Case in point: a new case study from Keele University in the UK unequivocally shows high levels of aluminum in the brain of an individual exposed to aluminum at work, who later died from Alzheimer’s disease.
While aluminum exposure has been implicated in Alzheimer’s and a number of other neurological diseases, this case claims to be “the first direct link” between Alzheimer’s disease and elevated brain aluminum following occupational exposure.'
‘He says the CIA has shown up at his door with questions. Colleagues have warned him not to pursue his controversial research findings. One of his professional organizations considered kicking him out because of his research, and national panels that once wooed him now ignore him.
But in the end, T. Colin Campbell is a consummate researcher. When his findings belied one of his own foundational beliefs about nutrition, Campbell found himself standing alone at a crossroads: continue a respected and tenured academic career at a prestigious school or go public and advocate for scientific findings that counter established tenets of nutrition, contradict government dietary guidelines, are misunderstood by the medical establishment and belie the marketing claims of major food corporations.’
Three protectors help you overcome the effects.
'You probably already know that inflammation, stress, and lack of sleep aren’t good for you. You may not know, however, that these things have a huge impact on your cells.
More specifically, they all affect the length of your telomeres—which can actually affect the length of your life.'
“The Reality Manufacturing Company doesn’t just sell ‘fake paintings’ that are easy to spot. No. They also sell images that are geared to mesh with people’s deeply held instincts and thereby produce rigid false beliefs. People are sure that if they gave up such beliefs, their world would fall apart and blow away in the wind.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)
Q: Among intelligent people, what’s the biggest barrier to understanding hoaxes pertaining to viruses?
A: Many people will tell you they see through the lies of consensus reality. They know all about them. But when you bring up a virus, and you say there is no reason to suspect a so-called outbreak is caused by a virus, they back away. They can’t imagine that kind of lie. They can’t conceive that such a lie is being told.'