MINERALS APOLOGY: This is for all outstanding backorders of Chelated Minerals: So embarrassing! .We really do humbly apologize– after an extra month delay in the summer we finally had a whole new shipment of minerals bottled and sitting there to be sent out– and that night the whole facility burned to the ground!! Which never happened there in the past century– but that put us back to square one. We then had to find a whole new company and get all the ingredients together, and tested all over again, etc. Realistically, another 3 weeks is what we’re looking at here– but don’t worry, we haven’t forgotten your order — You guys are at the top of our list — the day we get the shipment in we will send your minerals out, no shipping of course..
So very sorry — nothing like this has ever happened to us in 15 years! No kidding!
In this issue:
1. UPCOMING SEMINARS
2. Euro Tour Report : Paris, Cardiff
3. Why We Need Minerals
4. Election Circus
5. Excerpt from Vaccination Is Not Immunization, 4th ed.
A two day multidisciplinary event in fundamental issues of nutrition and non-drug protocols that enhance natural health, referenced to the most current sources. Holistic vs. mainstream approaches to cancer. Some of the most qualified presenters in the field will make their individual contributions:
The experts will hail from a variety of disciplines: medical, chiropractic, dental, nutritional, including:
Dr Lisa Jue
Dr Neil Schulman
Dr Tim O’Shea
Dr Lorie Stevens
Dr Susan Silberstein
Dr Luis Romero
Dr Linda Isaacs
Dr Charles Whitfield
Robert Scott Bell
Ty Bollinger, and more
Come and listen to today’s most up to date ideas from doctors in the trenches, who focus on treating the patient, not the disease. There is nothing like this synergy of methods being presented anywhere in the world. The lectures heard in this two-day event will undoubtedly save the attendee months of research time.
2. EURO REPORT: GERMANY, PARIS, CARDIFF
I really have to stop travelling – my life is turning into Frank Zappa’s 200 Motels or something. Did I really need to know all this? Too much perspective on what is actually going on in the world. I want to be like everyone else, safe at home, insulated from reality with my laptop and iphone, getting spoonfed approved soundbytes of “the news.”
Started out in Germany this time. This country of 80 million has some beautiful areas, as soon as you can get away from Frankfurt and the other ugly big cities. Down around Heidelberg, along the Neckar River, where the storybook castles are, it’s like going back in time, to the pre-Facebook, pre- instant news control era.
In the second World War, Heidelberg was the R and R area for Allied soldiers, because of its tranquility and stunning physical setting. Then when we finally opened our big can of whup-ass on the Nazis, Eisenhower gave orders that this area was not to be bombed, like the rest of the country.
So today it still looks much the same as before. The country seems to be thriving. Agriculturally and industrially Germany is definitely moving forward. Everybody works. So the few derelicts you see on the streets are definitely not German.
On the flight over I was given a lecture by a very educated and well spoken German gentleman about what is really going on the Germany now. A bit different from the story you get from the insensate kewpie doll newsreaders. German TV is actually stupider than ours, if that’s even possible. But the Germans are not. The next day I attended another more formal presentation from a double PhD scientist.
I began to see that the upheaval dividing people in our country is exactly the same as what’s going on in Germany and France, and that it is being carefully engineered. So it’s no accident – we’re looking at present day globalism / One World orchestration here. On the surface it looks like super socialism. But it’s really something else. Conspiracy theory has nothing to do with it — anyone can see what the newsreaders aren’t allowed to say.
The guy on the airplane told me that Germany has this very unpopular female Chancellor – Angela something – who fronts for some shadowy powers in the background. If you look on wiki and other propaganda sites, the term moderate is mandatorily linked to her name. But she’s a bonafide leftover from the Cold War communist camp.
The German man said it was a perfect fit, an easy ideological cut-and -paste, to have her lead today’s agenda of opening the floodgates to whatever random visitors want to enter Germany and enjoy a lifetime of free social services. He said this new agenda is a source of enormous political power for the party allowing it. Disguised as humanitarianism, it’s really just an opportunistic power grab for Angela’s party.
The German guys were telling me that some of the newcomers have 4 wives in their native countries, and that after they have established refugee status here in Germany, they could actually return to their troubled home countries and bring all the wives back to Germany! But not as wives, no, no. They come back as Single Mothers, because that is a much more reimbursable category under the present German dole system. Now numbering over a million.
I was also told that the same thing is going on now in Sweden, and that as a consequence it has now become the rape capital of the world. The new arrivals there are apparently raping Swedish women in record numbers and the police are doing nothing about it because it happens in broad daylight where whole groups of men surround the woman. This seemed too outrageous to be true, until I researched it and learned it was indeed true! And the reason Swedish government lets it continue- wait for it – it doesn’t want to labeled xenophobic! Look it up! Tell me these German guys are mistaken.
But their principal concern is that the same thing is starting to happen in Germany as well – the new wave brings new crime. It’s not engineers and doctors coming in — there are no qualification requirements whatsoever. Usually it’s the other end of the social spectrum.
And the real German people want to know why entrants into the country don’t have to qualify, don’t have to show an ability to make a contribution to the nation. So Angela is true to her marxist roots: from each according to his ability, to each according to his needs…. Especially since it means votes and power for her party. All you homeless who have no skills, no education, no intentions of working, especially all you criminals, come on down…. So the German people are getting a bit disconcerted with the Chancellor’s Big Giveaway.
Of course, this couldn’t happen anywhere else in the world today……
On the plus side, Germany is a very industrious place where everybody else works. Achievement is in their DNA. It has world class universities which attract advanced degree students from all over the world. University of Heidelberg is the oldest college in Germany, dating from the 1300s. Big in biotech, as well as other more legit sciences. Engineering, agriculture – some of the best minds in Europe. A very high standard of education overall, miles beyond the US standard, though that may not be saying much these days.
They also have great food everywhere, very little fast food, which shows the importance placed on nutrition.
A fine country, just woefully handicapped by a government that doesn’t seem to have to answer to the citizens who pay for it. A modern tragedy.
But no time for reflection – hopped the train up to Paris to get ready for the next 2 lectures. As everyone knows, Paris is a world city of 2 million, with centuries of living history visible at every turn. Nothing like it – not Rome, not London, and definitely not New York or Washington. A place where everyone seems to be living at a higher vibrational level. Been there many times, and the more it changes the more it stays the same.
Took a taxi from the station down to my AirB&B gamble, down near the Louvre. A Chinese girl let me into an apartment straight out of the movie Ratatouille – Linguini’s place. There were two big grey cats living there, which I was supposed to take care of. Which was actually fine with me– they were very civilized – Tutu and MayMay.
It was really a great location, on Rue de Saint Honore’, only a couple of blocks from the river. All the sites that people come to Paris to see were within walking distance. They were having a heat wave when I arrived and of course the apartment had no fan or AC. So, time to shower and get on with the most important activity a tourist can do, put on your best shoes and get out there and start walking. Goethe said: Only by walking its streets can one really know a city. Or maybe that was Col. Sanders – I can’t remember.
It was evening, and I had a map, but that really makes no difference because what you’re seeing in front of you doesn’t look like any map. So you just keep walking in circles until the street signs start looking familiar again, and you’ve gotten lost several times and in vaccine-damaged, cretinesque French, had to ask people who pretended they couldn’t speak English where the hell you were…. It’s great. Nothing like it.
Parisiennes have a life on the streets, a real community. It’s very safe, even late at night. Sidewalk bars and cafes and restaurants everywhere. The food is generally passable, and with diligence and luck you can even find excellent food, though it’s nothing like Barcelona or Amsterdam, or south of France for that matter. But again, that’s a very American thing to say – because of course the food is secondary to the experience – to being there at this place with these people at this time, wearing this outfit…
Paris is an actual culture, in time and space, carrying on centuries of tradition, now in real time. Something that has generally vanished from the American scene, with few exceptions. Almost none of which is in California, where people live next door for 10 years without ever once talking.
It’s a magnificent city, with one classic panorama after another, unfolding with every new plaza or street you cross. The iconic River Seine, with its quays and gorgeously sculpted curves and arches and monuments — the elaborate architecture of just the bridge structures alone – so artistic, so well designed – nothing like it anywhere.
The first day I was walking back from the Champs Elysees, when I got lost and ended up around the Church of St. Madeleine. There was a poster that said the Violins of France were doing a concert that night, of Mozart and Vivaldi. So having no idea who that group was, I bought a ticket.
Showed up at the appointed time and there were about 500 people sitting there in the pews, waiting patiently. I hear violins off in the sacristy tuning up.
Presently here they come walking out – it was a quartet: 2 violins, viola, cello. They proceeded to whip off a creditable set of Mozart’s best hits, sure-fire crowd pleasers everybody knows. Their sound was very good – clearly professional level. Then they took a little pause, sitting there and we could hear another sound coming from backstage – another violin. And out walks this new violinist – who soon proved to be the Edward Van Halen of contemporary Euro violinists.
Now the whole concert clicked up several notches, as he stood in front of the four seated players. The selection was Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. Edward cued them up and started them playing, doing some subtle conducting to get them into the groove. Then when his part came, he turned around, faced the audience and began a performance of sheer mastery.
Edward did it all from memory, as he did the entire performance, all four parts, with no sheet music, just standing there. He had all the skills of the possessed virtuoso: the speed, perfect articulation, the intonation. But he also had that rare, intangible missing element that involves total dynamic control, conjuring up the original spirit of the composer, as though Vivaldi himself were standing there beside him. And crossing over to that zone where any art at its highest level enters the realm of magic. It was riveting. And I’ve seen many violinists in person, including Itzhak Perlman. This guy was right up there with all of them, like Paganini just walked out of his grave. Wow.
Found out later who he was: Frederic Moreau, premier violinist in all of France. Won every award, studied with Yehudi Menuhin, 100 concerts a year all over the world, etc. Look him up. No surprise he reveres the work of Paganini. It’s a privilege just to belong to the same species with a guy like this. A momentary glitch in our de-evolution.. A glimmer of hope for the human race.
Just some little church I happened to be walking by on the way home. Actually wasn’t that little. The quintet’s sound reverberated perfectly with the natural acoustics of the 19 th century dome and high ceilings, with no electronic amplification – no Marshall stacks.
Music. The genuine article. It still exists. Time/space intersections like this just don’t happen much in Silicon Valley.
One thing that strikes you about the French people straight off is they look good. Men and women. They’re generally fit, they dress well, very well, and they’re mostly polite. More than that, French people also seem calmer and happier, not so frantic every minute running around to get MORE STUFF, the way we are. Part of it may be due to their 35 hour work week. In Cupertino you can double that.
The young women are very striking, everywhere. At first I thought there must be some photo shoot for a magazine cover, or perhaps a modeling school nearby. And then I realized that’s the normal look for Parisian women – cool and elegant and thin. But it looks natural, not overdone. Not runway anorexic. You have to see it to understand it – nothing like TV or the movies.
Tourism is still big as ever. Even late in the season like this, there was a 2 hour wait to get into the Louvre, if you were dumb enough to be there when it opens. Thousands of people will endure anything for that selfie with the Mona Lisa. Which is actually the prime attraction in the whole fricking museum, especially now that they moved the David statue back to Florence. What a load of rubbish in there. The good stuff they keep in the back rooms , a curator told me.
You can skip the Louvre altogether, for my money. Your kids will hate it, and that ‘s a fact. French painting? Yawn. They just never got the memo – what the Dutch and English masters accomplished – photoperfect, breathing life, glowing off the canvas – not even close.
I’m wondering if that’s even the real La Joconde hanging there. Might be a fake after that guy stole it that time. Who’d know, right?
Next thing, I’m standing next to the Obelisk on a beautiful sunny weekday morning, shooting sweeping footage including the Eiffel Tower, when what do I notice predominating the blue sky? Chemtrails! You gotta be kidding me! Here too? What am I, in Orange County? Chemtrails all around the Eiffel Tower? Is nothing sacred?
Was gratified later on to see a youtube ad, where a guy is talking about the reality of illegal military spraying of chemtrails, and how now it’s being publicly exposed by some organization called Gaia. Check it out. Maybe they really can’t ignore us forever. I mean it only took 50 years for the FDA to pretend to take mercury out of vaccines, right?
Another museum to definitely skip is the Musee de L’homme. Here’s my review that you can find #1 on Tripadvisor: “this museum sucks”
Reviewed 6 days ago:
“Like what’s happened with most museums in Europe today, the visitor is struck by the interior expanses of emptiness and space along with the paucity of actual exhibits. In a space as enormous as the Musee de L’homme, it could be loaded with fascinating compelling artifacts from the past, with brilliant captioning by the world’s best anthropologists and paleo guys. Instead all we have is this very poor showing which you can walk through in 10 minutes.
“So little thought has gone into the exhibits – there’s no continuity or attempt to actually inform people. This one glassed-in display of casts of pre-historic skulls is so poorly done– it’s so dark you can hardly see the skulls at all and you definitely cannot read the captioning inside. The other thing is even the lame captioning they have, it’s all in French. Most people touring the museum are from other countries besides France. But they usually speak English. The point is, the back rooms of most museums are loaded with buried treasures from the past, but they leave it all back there and only display a bare minimum. which seems to get even smaller every year.
“Several years ago the Musee D’Orsay had the most astounding cabinet display of complete pre-hominid skeletons standing right next to each other. It was a million years of human evolution right in front of your eyes – anybody could understand it in a flash- even the Americans. But they took it down and never moved it to another museum. Nobody’s got it now, or anything else even close to that calibre. It’s all part of the programmed decline in overall intelligence globally. The Louvre is just as bad, but the Musee deL’Homme is blatant about it. My advice is avoid it – you can spend your time better at the hotdog stand out front..” – – – – tripadvisor
Don’t want to be a hater or anything, but even more I don’t want people to get ripped off, like I was. The wiser man learns from the mistakes of others… and all that.
No account of Paris would be complete without an observation about the police. French police have an otherworldy approach to establishing their authority. They do it with nonstop efforts to foster fear, trying desperately to justify their necessity. So all day long, lengthy corteges of huge police vans and cruisers go screaming through the streets with those deafening sirens, like it’s the end of the world. Every couple hours. At first I wondered where they were rushing to all the time – was Paris constantly under attack by aliens? What’s the perpetual emergency ? Where are they going?
Then I found out – they’re going nowhere. There is no emergency. You see them pull into some random side street where’s there’s no incident or report of trouble, in force, and block off half the street while deploying silly, laughing teenage policemen with cheesy, offbrand submachine guns, to walk around in twos and threes, joking with each other and generally clowning around. Occupied territory. Tourists walk around all over the place right next to them, ignoring them. It’s very comical.
Those stories of that 15 year old “terrorist” the police “discovered” – it was carried every hour in global TV media for over a week, you may have seen it. Guess what. A put up job. Never happened. The police made it up. That’s the word on the street – all the Parisians know it and just laugh about it. Why do the cops do it? Because with practically no guns allowed for French citizens and practically no violent crime, except for those very rare actual bombings, this massive force of quasi-Fascist military must have some kind of justification to account for its enormous budget. So they make stuff up. All the time. Everybody knows it – they’re the Keystone cops, with automatic weapons.
What a joke. That whole Peter Sellers/ Inspector Clouseau thing – that wasn’t just a movie premise. It’s everyday life in Paris – street comedy theatre. Go see for yourself.
On a positive note, Paris is a magnificent and beautiful city – perhaps the most beautiful city in the world. The extent and artistry of the monuments and architecture and parks and boutiques and jardines and cafes and bridges and plazas, etc– the overall design and integrity and flowing grace of centuries of planning– it’s really overwhelming. And the best way to appreciate its immensity is walking. Just walk along the river, a mile or so in each direction from the Louvre, and keep crossing the bridges and then work your way back several streets on either side. Will take you at least a week – or a year depending on your itinerary. Thousands of little things will just pop out at you from everywhere that you wouldn’t find any other way.
Like you’re walking down this little sidestreet where all the Asian restaurants are – Rue de Richilieu – and you suddenly look up and right there on the corner there’s this fountain with a 50-foot high monument to Moliere, whose seated image is staring right down at you in all his majesty, and it’s like, Moliere! The past is still here, in Paris. It’s all around you. Parisians are used to it – it’s in their blood – and don’t know why the rest of the world doesn’t value its own culture so respectfully, so gratefully.
Perhaps because the rest of the world doesn’t have one as profound, as rich in tradition.
Then I was lucky enough to chance upon an excellent chiropractor, one who can actually adjust! Her office was near the Pont des Invalides, not far from the Eiffel Tower. Just great to know that in this city I now have someone that I can always refer people to, with great confidence : Dr Anais Badon. Find her on FB.
What else can I say about Paris– the lectures went very well. The vaccine lecture proved as instructive for me as for the attendees. France is the only country in Europe where you absolutely cannot get out of vaccinating your child. There are 3 mandatory vaccines before 18 months, and then the same 3 again, some time before 13 years. Not even a medical exemption can get you out of those.
In addition, there are 20 other vaccines that are “optional.” But doctors never tell people they’re optional, so everyone just gets them as well. So 26 total. But there isn’t even any outcry or objection to it because most people have no awareness of the toxicity of vaccines. The attendees were speechless listening to my presentation, fact after fact about the true science behind vaccines, drawn right from the text Vaccination Is Not Immunization.
The main problem here is that French people are especially sheeplike in their fear of saying anything at all to disagree with authority figures, the most visible of whom are their medical doctors. Who are apparently some of the least ethical, least qualified, least scientific posers in all the world of medicine. And that is a huge statement.
Let me give you an example, not at all extraordinary.
On a break at the lecture, a 20 year old girl approached me for advice, who’d had a vaccine injury 5 years ago from an unnecessary yellow fever shot. Consulting all the top geniuses, she was tentatively diagnosed with some rare neuro disorder. Which means that they had no idea, and the diagnosis was just theoretical, with insufficient evidence.
But she was put on a regimen of powerful drugs that would choke a horse, ever since. And now she’s suspecting that she’s suffering from their cumulative side effects, and in desperation comes to me.
Recently the geniuses just added ‘suspected Lupus’ to her diagnostic profile, with no new testing, and accordingly added methotrexate – the chemo drug that killed Glenn Frey – to her shopping list.
That’s not the worst of it. When she complained of feeling terrible from that drug, they added one more prescription. And we’re walking down the street while she’s telling me this, and her English is not that good so she wants to get the name of the new drug right.
So she takes out her cell phone and calls up a picture of the insert of the drug: and it’s … Thalidomide! As God is my witness, in 2016 French MDs are giving people thalidomide. For indefinite diagnoses of general malaise.
For you cave dwellers out there, thalidomide was powerful drug from 1959 that was given to women for nausea during pregnancy. After 2 years they noticed 12,000 birth defects resulting, so they banned it from the worldwide market in 1962. Major defects – like no arms or legs… Here’s a quote from the Oxford Journal, 2011:
“In celebration of the Society of Toxicology’s 50th Anniversary, which coincides with the 50th anniversary of the withdrawal of thalidomide from the market, it is appropriate to revisit the lessons learned from the thalidomide tragedy of the 1960s.”
I almost fell off the sidewalk when I read that. Felt like I was being transported into another dimension, like Alice down the rabbit hole in broad daylight. Thalidomide in 2016?????!
But even that’s not the bad news. The girl then exhibited the behavior that I was told is almost endemic with French people – blind obedience, to the death. When I told her all her symptoms were due to a combination of methotrexate and thalidomide, and that if she kept taking them she would certainly continue to be dying, you know what she said? She couldn’t disappoint her doctor and ask to be taken off the drugs. Even though she knows they’re killing her.
Now that is mastery my friends! Tony Robbins, eat your heart out. Patient compliance? Wow. These French doctors got it.
Painful as it is, the next step here, the by-product of working with many many patients locked into the faith-based religion of pharmaceutical drugs – is this: No one can be responsible for anyone else’s health. Not your friend, not your patient, not your mother, nobody. You can give people the benefit of your wisdom, but you can never expect them to accept it, even if they’re going to die without it. Harsh world, but there it is.
“So often times it happens /that we live our lives in chains/ And we never even know we have the key”
But, no more time to ponder abstractions. Next it was off to Cardiff, the capital city of Wales. First thing you learn is Wales is part of the UK, but it’s not England. Everybody makes that mistake, and the locals hate it.
Cardiff is a port city, right in the path of the cold storms that come howling straight off 3000 miles of Atlantic Ocean. Workers from all over the world were drawn there to be part of the coal export business back in the day. The Welsh built a city that today attracts millions of tourists each year.
I was to give the vaccine lecture there on Friday night. The UK is a bit more sophisticated than the French when it comes to mandatory jabs. If you don’t want to vaccinate your child, that’s fine. The pediatrician might whine and raise a little fuss, but there’s no effort made to co-opt medical freedom from the parents, like in France and California.
But few enough parents have done the research necessary to opt out of the program. The usual mantras are in place in the sheepster media, and among the health professions. So people really have to go out of their way to get informed. Which they so rarely do, just like in the rest of the world.
But the lecture had a very good showing of informed parents, looking for a little more ammunition to shore up their argument. They certainly came to the right shop for that. Over 95% of the audience were on board with learning the extent of the masquerade of science in the area of vaccines that is being perpetrated on the UK population. But they were not aware of the extent of the systematic disinformation and wholesale carelessness in recommending untested, unproven vaccines – 54 in all for UK kids. Most really appreciated the documented information on vaccines.
Next day was the chiropractic seminar in Cardiff. It was sponsored by one of the best and busiest offices in the UK, located in Cardiff Bay – that of Dr Benny Mathew. He owns the entire building, and this very professional clinic fills three floors. They have one objective: providing world class chiropractic care to as much of the community as possible. Service in abundance, attention to detail, economy of visit time – it was a joy to see such a smoothly run operation, with its enthusiastic and professional staff. Truly a model of what a chiropractic office can be. You’re welcome to visit any time!
Two weeks before, we had very few signups for the full day technique seminar. But then the president of one of the pseudo-chiropractic schools sent out a mass email, warning students from attending, that it was worthless, and a danger to their education, etc… All of a sudden enrollment for the seminar quadrupled, right after that email. So I want to thank that guy for this particular marketing tool, which we will certainly use in the future.
Wouldn’t have thought of it in a million years. How about let’s do a debate on the scientific basis of the vertebral subluxation. Or how about just defining chiropractic for all us … we’d be satisfied with that. Any time, any place.
From our perception, the seminar went very well. It was in the classiest location in Cardiff Bay – their cultural center. Excellent AV and ambience. As advertised, it was a mixture of adjusting techniques, philosophy and the briefest introduction to the science of chiropractic, which was uncharted territory for most of the students attending. People came over from England and Holland, and probably some other countries as well.
We started with 2 hours of speed exercises, and motion palpation of the cervical spine where everyone got to check everyone else. Then we listed all the techniques we could think of and made some general comparisons. But certainly the highlight of the seminar was during the hands-on portion, where many students who had never made an adjustment before actually accomplished that. General applause. The excitement, knowing now that wow, I can actually learn to do this! That alone made the entire event worthwhile, actually for all of us.
A few of the students expressed a lot of resistance to hearing some very basic ideas about chiropractic philosophy, certainly for the first time, since the subject is outlawed at the UK schools. In the evaluation forms, some students felt that their school was unfairly criticized, or something, for having expunged philosophy from the curriculum and failing to even define chiropractic. That made them de-value the entire seminar experience, forgetting the benefits they had obviously derived.
So in addition to having been subverted, these kids had never been exposed to the work ethic, or the idea of maximum service in a world dying from subluxation. They have no idea, or interest, in what it might take to have a practice, and to provide service to a community. The hobby practice seems to be the only objective that lies within the limits of their expectations.
I think it was evidence of how deeply the negative programming from most UK schools has stifled their minds, to the extent that when they actually hear the truth about the profession for the first time, they may recoil. It’s much more comfortable to see chiropractic as a subspecialty of massage, like they’re taught. If indeed they ever practice at all. I could be wrong, but that was how it came across. Because all the experienced chiropractors attending were very pleased indeed with the seminar and what they took away from it. So that little group’s disparaging comments– it was a peculiar thing, vaguely disconcerting – a dark harbinger of future threats to our survival
Like Hermann Goehring said, never underestimate the power of mass conditioning. Hope their minds haven’t been disarrayed forever, but I don’t know how they’re going to find out the truth at this point, except by some random accident, which they’re rigidly trained to reject, out of hand.
Anyone have an idea what I’m describing here?
Adventure over, back to the airport. Coming into Los Angeleez,/ Bringin in a couple a keys….
3. NEW FORMULA – CHELATED MINERALS
For over a decade, an essential component of our 60 Day Program has been chelated minerals. Everyone knows that there are no more minerals in the topsoil – that’s why even organic produce doesn’t necessarily have any food value… You probably know the story. If not, it’s summarized for you here in the Minerals chapter.
At least watch the video at the beginning.
The mineral formula we’ve used for the past decade has been working well. People love it. It’s part of their lives. Especially for techie folks, online all day. All those brain synapses require minerals in order to keep firing for 12 hours. With the confusing spray of magic bullets out there, all the hundreds of supplements in stores and online, we have to start with the essentials.
The necessity for minerals to help with thousands of metabolic reactions that constantly occur in cells throughout the body – this is not controversial. It is verifiable, classical science. Whatever other supplements we take, minerals must be at the top of the list.
Next is to learn why chelated minerals are by far the most bioavailable of minerals. Read the chapter to find out why, but the short answer is that chelates approach 90% absorption at the cellular level, compared to about 5%, with most store-bought minerals.
Our original formula has been around for almost 15 years. During that time, has the average nutritional health of most people gotten better or worse?
Appalling is the word. By any index you choose. Look around. Not just that the human whales and elephants at the mall are no longer a chubby 30 pounds over weight – now many of them are carrying around an extra 100 or so. Lots of them. And obesity is a proven accelerator of every known cause of death.
Even worse is the logarithmic increase in chronic and degenerative diseases. So you know all these tasty comfort foods people are stuffing themselves with – what do you think? Any nutritional value – enzymes, vitamins, minerals? Chips, fries, donuts, pizza, Mexican, Chinese etc fried in cheap saturated hydrogenated oils, flavored with artificial taste stimulators…. Any nutrition there?
It was obvious that overall health has deteriorated by a quantum in the past 15 years. So the new mineral formula of Immunition, has improved by many times in order to compensate. The good news is that the price didn’t go up. None of Immunition’s supplements has been marked up in the past decade.
There is nothing even close to this new mineral formula on the market, either at GNC, mallstores, or online. Compare for yourself, if you like. Here’s the new formula:
Vitamin B12 (MethyLcobalamin) 2.4 mcg . . 99%
Calcium (Di-calcium malate and Calcium bisglycinate) 300 mg . . 30%
Magnesium (diMagnesium malate and Magnesium bisglycinate) 300 mg . . 86%
Iron (Ferrous bisglycinate) 6 mg . . 80%
Zinc (Zinc bisglycinate) 10 mg . . 90%
Selenium (Selenium glycinate) 45 mcg . . 90%
Copper (Copper bisglycinate) 1 mg . . 90%
Manganese (Manganese glycinate) 3 mg . . 90%
Phosphorus 132 mg . . 19%
Chromium (Chromium glycinate) 66 mcg . . 99%
Molybdenum (Molybdenum bisglycinate) 50 mcg . . 99%
Iodine (Potassium iodide) 225 mcg . . 150%
Vanadium (Vanadium Nicotinate Glycinate) 200 mcg . . 90%
Silicon (Silicon dioxide) trace
No GMOs, sugar, wheat, milk, or artificials.
Because it was a brand new formula to work up, it’s taken a long time to prepare and we’re backordered. Please be patient – it will be well worth the wait.
Get the feeling like something in your system isn’t quite right? You’re not really sick or weak, but you just don’t feel 100% – that impending doom thing? Well, it’s not just the election. It’s probably mineral deficiency. That is a real epidemic. Not a fake one like Avian flu, Zika, swine flu, smallpox, measles, and the other Boutique Epidemics periodically dreamed up to hawk vaccines.
Yes, mineral deficiency is real. Fortunately, curing it is simplicity itself:
3 caps in the morning. For those vague and persistent illnesses that the geniuses can’t figure, out, this is the starting point. It’s the very first thing you rule out.
. . . “Mineral deficiency is the cause for nearly every disease.” — Linus Pauling
4. ELECTION COVERAGE
It was very instructive to hear 2 weeks of other countries’ perspective on our election. This section will be a new contribution to our chapter Doors of Perception, about the history of media.
Euro countries report on the US election – guess how – exactly like US media. In every way, always skewed to one bias, every station identically slanted, 5% “news” with 95% commentary… Commentary by nobodies, with no name, no credentials, no erudition, just inarticulate robot newsreaders, all with the same message.
Worse, not only are they mostly lower end intellects, these days they don’t even choose good looking ones like they used to. Or dress them very well. Guess they’re going for the proletarian mindless-voter-next-door thing, spouting the usual refried slogans of global politics…
The only deviation was the pneumonia – falling down – hidden Parkinson’s story. They couldn’t resist that – it had so much traction they were willing to rip their own idol to shreds for a few days.
Europe has this station called RT which used to be very different from all the other news stations. It used to be thoughtful, spontaneous commentary, not reading off a teleprompter, but some very articulate, scholarly people really trying to understand the issues of the day, not pretending to know everything, who might leave the issue unresolved at the end, allowing the viewer to make up his own mind.
That’s over. Today RT is exactly like every other network – CNN, BBC, Fox, World News, etc. All canned and pre-packaged clones of each other. Or else they just give some brainless hyenas unlimited time to yammer nonstop and interrupt each other so that nobody has any clear premises at all. Like that is newsworthy.
But the favorite election “coverage’ trick they always come back to – wait for a certain candidate to make some offbeat, easily misunderstandable statement, usually one single sentence, and the kewpie doll ‘commentators’ then have their dinner for the next 3 days, same show every couple of hours, nonstop for 3 days.
And that’s all there is to ‘election coverage’ – same format month after month. No issues. Come election time, the electorate doesn’t even know the candidates’ opinions on anything important. All they know is the gossip.
The disastrous result from this unwavering approach is that the real issues, the important life and death challenges facing the US right now, the problems that will determine what kind of a world our children will inherit – these never get any coverage at all. By coverage I mean thorough exploration of the subject, with carefully considered opinions, preferably from some of our many very qualified, highly informed political observers, exploring both sides of the question. Why can’t we ever hear from them? Why don’t we hear from them every day?
What issues would they talk about? How about
- education, and the appalling performance from our children’s schools – the lowest of any industrialized nation.
- collapsing infrastructure nationwide – roads, bridges, government service buildings, national parks, railroads, airports
- protection of taxpaying US citizens here at home from the across-the-board new wave of violent crime from unregulated newcomers.. making up a new word like xenophobic doesn’t erase the present reality– that’s the story that media won’t cover–
- irresponsibility of hospitals and pharmaceutical industry, who are unanswerable for the meteoric rise of infectious and degenerative disease, and the failure of conventional medicine to have any effect whatsoever. Their only solution: even more drugs and surgery.
- lack of regulation of the processed food industry, a proven contributor to 9 of the 10 major causes of death
- steady deterioration of Bill of Rights guarantees, like medical freedom for citizens over the bodies of themselves and their children.
- the encroaching rights of police to arrest and invade property without probable cause,
- banking regulation, with teeth
- unregulated campaign finance
- posse comitatus
- foreign policy, and the right to disengage
- theft of the social security fund
- lobbying reform
When have the opinions of the candidates been adequately aired on any of these vital subjects? Ever?
Europeans seem much more critical of the American election process than we are. Even though the same left-skewed bias is mandatory for most shows, the people themselves are often sympathetic to the Republican candidate. For several reasons:
- he speaks his mind, instead of some memorized loop bankrolled by the usual special interests
- they don’t trust the democrats, because of their checkered, unreliable track record from the last 8 years
- one has a specific plan that is not covered up with weak, indefinite rhetoric
he sees his first responsibility as being to the US citizens
- one wants to honor the Constitution and existing immigration laws, instead of riding roughshod over them in order to buy the votes of noncitizens
For some reason many Europeans love the Republican candidate when he says outrageous, politically incorrect things that are from the heart. They don’t subscribe to our hypocritical, phony PC, for one thing. They’ve never seen a candidate like that before – it absolutely doesn’t exist in Europe – a candidate for public office, stating a true and honest opinion, without first consulting the polls and the spin it will bring.
Welsh people are especially entertained by this candidate – the more outrageous the statement, the better they like him, for some reason. Also they like that he’s the first candidate ever to bankroll his own campaign.
All in all, global media has done its usual pathetic job in covering the true issues of this present presidential campaign. No one is less informed than those who derived all information for making a choice from the knuckledragging, cookiecutter soundbytes of world media. MOst astounding consuequence is even with the one-soideed bias shown for the past year, where one candidate is presented in a favorable light, and the other is presented as unrewsaonalbe and extyreme, still the population is close to an even split. This is an indication of 2 things
how poorly contrived media has become
the growing demographic who doesn’t pay any attention to it.
5. Wondering about vaccines? The most reliable source for parents:
fourth edition of
Vaccination Is Not Immunization
With all the attention on MMR vaccine because of the new movie Vaxxed, we tend to forget that there are many other problems with vaccines that are just as serious in themselves:
Some of the topics covered in the new edition:
– the fundamentals of the new measles marketing explosion
– what is Polio, HPV, HiB, Prevnar vaccine?
– what happens when the federal government takes over vaccine research from actual scientists
– the new US schedule of 69 vaccines for kids
– evidence why 54% of US children already have a chronic disease
– reservoirs for disease: the vaccinated or the unvaccinated?
– motivated vaccine investors: Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg
– the science behind individual vaccines
– much more
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Excerpt from Vaccination Is Not Immunization, fourth edition:
“In the 1970s, herpes simplex virus was proposed as a possible cause, but that hypothesis was soon abandoned after epidemiological studies proved inconclusive. In the 1980s the next candidate suggested as the missing link was human papilloma virus. 
Before we continue, a word here about epidemiological studies.
also called population studies, are the poor cousin of true clinical trials. They are not controlled studies done under set scientific conditions, but rather attempts at verifying a hypothesis by counting the incidence of a certain disease within a certain population. The problem is that results from epidemiological studies are subject to widespread interpretation, depending on who’s doing the counting, who decides the criteria for what gets counted, who publishes the results, etc. For this reason, epidemiological studies can be used to prove two opposite hypotheses. Simply put,
“Epidemiological studies are intrinsically unable to uncover causal mechanisms” [61, Deth]
In the exploding vaccine industry today, epidemiological studies are quickly becoming the standard to validate our need for more vaccines, because they’re faster, cheaper, and capable of supporting practically any required outcome.
So once herpes was ruled out, the new population studies then proposed human papilloma virus as a cause of cervical cancer, since that vaccine was in development.
The first problem is that there are over 100 strains of HPV, only a few of which are even theoretically linked with cervical cancer.  In addition, HPV is present in at least half the normal population, (CDC)  almost never causing any disease or problems whatsoever. Indeed, HPV has never been conclusively proven as the sole pathogen for any disease….”
“The most provocative, well-researched, blood-boiling text EVER written on vaccines.. Dr Tim’s style mixing pure science and his relentless wit make this one of my FAVORITE reads of all time. read this book and you will want to start a revolution.” – Dr Bill DeMoss, Newport Beach
“This history of the vaccination industry is vastly more thorough than that taught in medical schools and decisively more balanced.” – David Ayoub, MD
“The only book more important than this one is the Bible.” – Dr Tim Young
Vaccination Is Not Immunization
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