Healing With Pen and Paper

July 30, 2009

Imagine healing or preventing fatal disease with nothing more than a pen, paper and some time to write a story. Sounds far fetched? Let me explain… First, even the Centre for Disease Control admits most diseases and death are stress related. Secondly, stress, typically, is the result of CONFLICT. Thirdly, exploring and resolving conflict is […]

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Magnesium Saves Man From Gagging (Part 2)

July 29, 2009

A photo I took on Saturday of a sunrise here in Maui casting a purple haze over our Pacific island. (Click image to enlarge.) Yesterday, I started telling you how a couple, Jeff and Lucy, were out to dinner when the stricture between Jeff’s stomach and esophagus clamped shut. Last we left Jeff he was […]

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Magnesium Saves Man From Gagging (Part 1)

July 28, 2009

Time to start reporting some Magnesium Miracle Stories. What’s a magnesium miracle? According to Dr. Dean’s Dictionary of Health: mag·ne·si·um mir·a·cle (măg-nē’zē-əm mĭr’ə-kəl) n. A healing event that appears inexplicable to conventional medicine but resulted from the simple increase of the mineral magnesium by the person or persons involved. Here’s my retelling (names changed to […]

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Are Air Tube Headsets Better For Your Health?

July 26, 2009

I left you hanging on Friday after telling you cell phones, Bluetooths and regular headsets were about as good for you as a trip to McDonalds. The problem isn’t that they are “radioactive” like uranium or the computer monitor you’re reading these words with… It’s more so that the frequency they use interferes with the […]

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Are Bluetooth Headsets Safe?

July 24, 2009

“You mention talking on a cell phone all day as a hazard,” writes Catherine, a reader a of my blog. “My husband’s job requires a lot of cell phone time and we were recently wondering if a Bluetooth earpiece is a safer alternative than directly holding the phone?” (For those who live in a cave […]

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“No Genes Are Bad Genes”

July 23, 2009

“The origins of disease, in my opinion, are not genetic; no genes are bad genes. Any genes that are truly bad would destroy the individual before birth,” wrote Dr. Abram Hoffer in Adventures in Psychiatry. “If multiple sclerosis strikes at age 25, why were the genes supposedly at fault doing so well until then…” Dr. […]

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Why My Father Let Lung Cancer Take Him Away

July 22, 2009

Last Friday, Total Health Breakthroughs published an article I wrote exclusively for their online newsletter called “I Feel Like the Medicine is Killing Me Instead of Helping Me.” It’s about 714-X, the alternative cancer treatments Billy Best successfully used to cure himself of cancer of the lymph nodes. I explain how a French doctor living […]

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Three Ways to Avoid Or Reduce Vaccine Reactions

July 21, 2009

If you must get the H1N1 vaccine remember that most of the risk usually comes from the vaccine working in synergy with other negative hazards. The problem with modern society is most people are doing all the dangerous stuff, all the time, so something like a vaccine is just a “tipping point.” Here are three […]

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How to Keep Your Kids Away From the Swine Flu Vaccine

July 18, 2009

Last post I shared with you a strategy I recommend for getting doctors to not push you into taking the H1N1 vaccination. Now, for your children, who are targeted at school while you’re at work… the situation is more difficult. You entrust your children to the temporary guardianship of a publicly run school system and […]

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