I find this fascinating! Thank you!
Please write or video about nutrition in detail. I’ve purchased your book and love it! Thanks to you, I’ve recently switched from a vegan diet of three years to mostly a carinvore diet with elements of primal raw diet. I’d love to hear you speak more in depth about nutrition and other health improving ideas. Thank you!
That’s great! I know you will benefit greatly from the change. I plan to do more as time goes on, and I will most likely be doing videos and writings on nutrition.
Thank YOU for all of your hard work. I printed out your book and read it cover to cover (that is rare), I’ve watched all your videos, and read your blog. I have been sending links to your website out to all the heavy hitters on social media and my personal and business connections – hopefully some of them will read it. It is time for everyone to take their power back!!! I was born in the 60s … I remember life back then (society was healthy!!!). I did get the Measles Vaccine (late 60s or early 70s) – it put me in the hospital (I am glad it did … I haven’t had a vaccine since then)!!!
That is really great to read… and thank you so much for sharing this information as you are. Word of mouth has really spread the message the past few months, and I think that’s the key. I hope you stay unvaccinated too, as will I.
About 5G, the theory isn’t that 5G somehow create the coronavirus in the body, but that new electro magnetic radiations in the environment can temporarily modify the general body balance, and induce symptoms that can be attributed to an infection or weaken the immune system. There are many studies about the danger of EMR, even from the first ever deployed military radios.
Beside health issues, there are many concerns surrounding 5G because it is a huge step in many areas like robotics, AI, central bank digital currencies, surveillance… This is multi billion dollar investment and countries must implement this new technology to be able to compete with others, this is a necessity for governments, and the coronavirus crisis really help in implementing it without too much protest from the public.
Yes, and I agree with most of that, and it is a concern. But I do not subscribe to the idea that 5G is somehow much more dangerous than existing 4G, and that 5G is causing cells to produce coronaviruses. That is in fact what many of these people are claiming, and it is simply not correct, logically or scientifically.
An extensive article have been published two days ago : Germ theory denial in the age of the COVID-19 pandemic https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/germ-theory-denial-in-the-age-of-the-covid-19-pandemic/
Regarding Issue #3: What Is The Evidence of Viruses Not Being Contagious?
“There are so many more sources it would take multiple pages, so I will leave it there. Suffice it to say, we’ve all been lied to all of our lives.”
Your sources date back from prior the invention of the electron microscope, so it will be disregarded, but it raised some interest in the comments : http://disq.us/p/2e7j6yb
So, if you have more things I’d be really interested in it.
Have you read my book? The electron microscope cannot see viruses except in snapshot images. They cannot see their living processes. Scientists living before the electron microscope can still observe viruses through scientific observation outside the body, by observing the actions of the body over time, which shows the dissolution of toxic material by some (viral) bodily agent. In hindsight, viruses do not have to be seen under microscopy. At this time, even now, they cannot be seen in their living state. I addressed this in my video ‘Viral Misconceptions’. My sources stand and will stand forever. They cannot be disproven—they are the reality of nature.
I have seen your video regarding the electron microscope and the Royal Rifes microscope too, some still claim that this microscope simply cannot work : https://sustainable-nano.com/2017/08/18/royal-rifes-universal-microscope-and-why-it-cant-exist/ because the visible light spectrum doesn’t light things as small as viruses, and that’s what I thought too. But this article explain pretty well how this whole thing works : https://www.frequencyrising.com/rifemachine_PrismaticMicroscope.html#:~:text=Royal%20Rife%27s%20discovery%20enabled%20him%20to%20view%20organisms,of%20human%20vision%2C%20it%20is%20%27invisible%27%20to%20us.
This look amazing tbh, is this still produced somewhere ? I can’t believe this have just been forgotten.
I’ve posted too much lol, you can delete replies to make the page more readable.
There is a video I put in ‘Viral Misconceptions’ that is footage of a phagocyte taken through an actual Rife microscope. The article you linked to about Rife is another article done by a ‘fact-checker’ who did a poor job of fact-checking. If it did not work, there would not be footage of it existing. There were multiple Rife microscopes that were preserved (at the time). Now, when it comes to Rife’s claims about light, that is different with regard to the microscope working or not.
Did you read the comments on the Disqus from ‘sciencebasedmedicine’, and observe just how hateful those people are? I did make a quick reply there and was viciously attacked by the mob. Those are the type of people that will attack you based upon your username, or a misplaced comma, or a grammatical error, instead of addressing the matter in a polite way. Tip: If you ever want to expose someone’s bias, watch what they pay attention to. If you make any error in your comment, or they dislike the color of your website, or you mistakenly list the year that something occurred, or misspell a word—whatever it may be—they will all lash out and claim your material is ‘invalid’ based on that alone. It happens all the time. That’s how these people operate. They do not care about the truth. Even if you were perfect in every way imaginable with all the right certificates and you went to medical college for years and graduated, and then decided that Germ Theory is inaccurate, they would pile on you and attack you as some conspiracy lunatic and disregard anything you write or say.
Thank you for your last comment. You’re absolutely correct, and it is pathetic how such people do not know how to have civil commentary in any way. I read a well-written comment from someone about the matter that I’d like to pass on.
“Is sciencebasedmedicine.org a credible website?”“Short answer:No. It’s an echo chamber for the most regressive and insane ideas from Big Medicine. Like a cult or religious sect. Should be called faithbasedmedicine. org.Long answer:Appears to be an “astroturf” site that advances the cause of pharma-based medicine through methodical and often irrational assaults on all other approaches. The site is cloaked in an aura of scientific rigor, but is clearly a fierce and dogmatic defense of status quo allopathy. These guys are extremists and ideologues. Much of the editorial content is focused around discrediting, mocking, condemning. Little space is given to what they actually believe in. By process of elimination, they appear to believe in very little, seemingly only the most rigidly circumscribed allopathic orthodoxies.One of the main tactics is to lump all non-mainstream approaches together as “CAM”, as if they are some unified whole that can be easily dismissed. It’s a term of propaganda and belies the site’s alleged objectivity. They write sententious and overbearing articles heavy on technical jargon that look and sound convincing but are just hit pieces that often prove or settle nothing. They are ostensibly concerned with rooting out quackery, but only when it appears outside the mainstream system. They write article after article decrying the terrible evils of homeopathy and acupuncture, but scant few on the rampant corruption and iatrogenesis and quackery and lethality in conventional medicine. This hypocrisy kills credibility.The discussion threads that follow the articles are distinctly cultic. The rare dissenter is usually shouted down and mocked by the mob of regulars. In the absence of meaningful opposition and checks and balances, systems and groups usually drift toward fanaticism. The very idea of natural medicine sends them into convulsive fits. Nature is a dangerous hell that must be conquered and subdued, and its only value is in providing the raw material from which modern medicine can synthesize “real medicine” in a lab.Their belief is that people should only pay attention to what has been “proven” to work by rigged, industry-funded clinical trials, and that all health matters should be routed through your white-coat MD, the FDA, and their Pharma overlords. The site is an effective marketing and propaganda tool toward that end, but of little value to anyone with an open mind.”
“Is sciencebasedmedicine.org a credible website?”
No. It’s an echo chamber for the most regressive and insane ideas from Big Medicine. Like a cult or religious sect. Should be called faithbasedmedicine. org.
Appears to be an “astroturf” site that advances the cause of pharma-based medicine through methodical and often irrational assaults on all other approaches. The site is cloaked in an aura of scientific rigor, but is clearly a fierce and dogmatic defense of status quo allopathy. These guys are extremists and ideologues. Much of the editorial content is focused around discrediting, mocking, condemning. Little space is given to what they actually believe in. By process of elimination, they appear to believe in very little, seemingly only the most rigidly circumscribed allopathic orthodoxies.
One of the main tactics is to lump all non-mainstream approaches together as “CAM”, as if they are some unified whole that can be easily dismissed. It’s a term of propaganda and belies the site’s alleged objectivity. They write sententious and overbearing articles heavy on technical jargon that look and sound convincing but are just hit pieces that often prove or settle nothing. They are ostensibly concerned with rooting out quackery, but only when it appears outside the mainstream system. They write article after article decrying the terrible evils of homeopathy and acupuncture, but scant few on the rampant corruption and iatrogenesis and quackery and lethality in conventional medicine. This hypocrisy kills credibility.
The discussion threads that follow the articles are distinctly cultic. The rare dissenter is usually shouted down and mocked by the mob of regulars. In the absence of meaningful opposition and checks and balances, systems and groups usually drift toward fanaticism. The very idea of natural medicine sends them into convulsive fits. Nature is a dangerous hell that must be conquered and subdued, and its only value is in providing the raw material from which modern medicine can synthesize “real medicine” in a lab.
Their belief is that people should only pay attention to what has been “proven” to work by rigged, industry-funded clinical trials, and that all health matters should be routed through your white-coat MD, the FDA, and their Pharma overlords. The site is an effective marketing and propaganda tool toward that end, but of little value to anyone with an open mind.”
The internet is becoming more and more a compartmentalized echo chamber unfortunately.
I’ve also noticed that wikipedia rebranded the terrain theory as “germ denialism” : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Germ_theory_denialism Pathologization of counter view point is an interesting mechanism.
Pro tip : don’t waste your time trying to edit wikipedia, or only publish things in the “discussion” to begin.
I’d be glad to hear more about hand washing, I’ve read some things about “dead matter”. They first discovered that washing your hand to assist childbirth after performing an autopsy (on corpse) reduced postpartum mortality, how would you explain the processes involved ?
Very true about the internet. When it comes to hand washing, they may observe that cleanliness may reduce some rare instances where outside bacterial sources would cause some level of infection (usually during surgery). In actuality, mankind has been giving birth long before the idea of ‘sanitation’ with no problem—many times live births on a farm with manure all around. Tribes, natives, and most other people long ago did not wash their hands routinely, including during birth and most activities such as eating, yet there was never a problem. The body cannot be cleansed of bacteria, and the notion that it can is another deception by the medical industry. Sanitation retards healing of wounds by killing bacterial colonies on the skin responsible for proper healing of tissue; preventing reformation of damaged cells, and cellular division. Cows, pigs, etc, are born into their own waste with no problem and thrive healthfully as a result. When taken out of their ‘dirty’ environment, they are seen to develop disease. When returned, the disease vanishes. Therefore, bacteria go hand-in-hand with health. When you observe the bacterial levels of modern man, you can see that almost all people in ‘civilized’ society have a great reduction in the proper rate of bacteria necessary for optimal functionality of the body; by trillions.
When it comes to sanitation, it depends on what type of sanitation we’re talking about. Consider that when a baby is born, it passes by feces, blood, and fluids from the mother. This establishes a relationship with bacteria early on. Without this natural relationship, the child will not flourish healthfully. Also, consider that bacteria, enzymes, stem cells, and cells such as epithelial cells, and their precursors, exist in a healthy mother’s milk. These feed the baby and get it ready for the world it will enter. Of course, if the mother is not healthy, her milk will also be unhealthy.
Naturally occurring bacterium do not negatively influence a child or mother during birth. However, the opposite is true when it comes to disinfectants, which used to contain mercury (or still do); products such as Merbromin and Merthiolate. Also, mercury exists in small amounts in chlorine bleach. Iodine, which is frequently used, is also a problem for tissue as it not a natural form of iodine and is toxic to the body. Only alcohol is the least toxic antiseptic, but still damages. Such disinfectants toxify tissue and cause infections to occur as the tissue tries to both heal and remove toxicity from the tissue. Scaring results much more readily from using these substances. Also, accumulated toxicity already present in the tissue (the skin, in particular), will pose a problem in healing; causing retardation of healing. This is because toxicity, such as aluminum, that deposits in the nerves of the skin, will be confronted by cells attempting to renew and heal the wound. When those cells are rebuilding tissue and then come into contact with these metals, they are poisoned to death or degenerated, which causes improper healing. So, the body must both remove this toxicity and heal the wound at the same time, which can lead to infection and improper wound healing. White blood cells may be sent to the area to help push that foreign debris from the tissue (infection). These are all things the medical industry does not consider. Their treatments cause 90%+ of these problems; either from accumulated vaccination or harsh and caustic chemicals used to sanitize tissue, which alters tissue from its natural state.
Remember: When you have surgery or cut the skin, cells are damaged. During healing, if tissue is toxic, white blood cells must enter the area. As mentioned, if those cells come into contact with poisons embedded in the tissue there will be a problem. Those cells help push toxins out of the body via pus through the infection process. When you kill those cells in and on the tissue by using caustic disinfectants, the body does not properly swell and cause infection at the area of damage, which results in improper detoxification. Swelling, and pain, and sometimes infection, are necessary to heal any wound. Improper healing results and healthy cells surrounding the outside of the wound itself are also damaged.
Uuh my answer is really too long, tldr, some toxins from bacteria can make you sick in very low amounts, like in the case of botulism : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Botulism
So this just explains much of it, toxins from bacteria makes you sick, and if you don’t keep a minimum of hygiene, the toxins from your body can make you sick.
This is actually well documented that it’s not bacteria from corpses and rotten food that makes you sick but the toxins issued from them, unfortunately, I find so few data on this topic, maybe because we are stuck on the axiom of the germ theory of diseases.
I’m still sifting through all your comments, but if I understand your conclusion correctly, it is that bacteria are not the cause of illness with regard to surgery or wounds—that is true. Rotting releases chemical byproducts of decomposition that can irritate and toxify mankind. See: Miasma. Science has tried to disprove miasma, but miasma is very real and is a fact of reality. If you do not believe that, then go put your face into a trash can full of trash for a while and tell me how you feel. It will affect you. It has nothing to do with bacteria or and living microorganisms. What you are smelling is the disintegration of tissue, which does involve biochemical and bacterial processes to break that tissue down. But, they are not a threat.
You are going to have to really separate what you are told from mainstream medical sources and use your common sense, as it appears you are doing. So once again, it is not bacteria that cause disease in 99.9% of circumstances. It is always a toxin, whether a natural toxin or a manmade toxin. And almost always, manmade toxins are much more harmful. What you will continually see is the unproven static theory that bacteria will cause disease. But this is only theoretically true and is not proven. For if this was the case, I would be dead, since I have been eating raw meat, raw milk, and raw eggs for many years from all kinds of sources. My health has improved greatly as a result—the exact opposite of what they claim would happen. That is why you must be very skeptical about their so-called proof and claims when it directly contradicts observable results in nature.
I finished the subtitles (in french) of your main video : https://tube.anjara.eu/videos/watch/d6f39718-5c3d-4dbb-bda8-8c1b3e785dac (that’s why I was asking tons of questions btw) Consider uploading it on your youtube channel it would help me. You can download the video with the subtitles here : https://tube.anjara.eu/download/videos/d6f39718-5c3d-4dbb-bda8-8c1b3e785dac-1080.mp4 And I give you the subtitles in .srt too if it can be useful in anyway to you : https://files.catbox.moe/56an64.srt
Wonderful! Thank you… I’m sure some will appreciate that. I may add it as an update to my community tab on YouTube so people are aware.
Corrected a little thing, final version : https://tube.anjara.eu/download/videos/086e9766-8112-4c8f-bdbb-1b7d737595a0-1080.mp4
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