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Health & Healing / - Magnesium Fountain of Youth
« on: December 25, 2011, 12:52:46 PM »
Are you saying it's okay (and good for you) to sprinkle road salt on your food?!
Must taste strange...

No, you don't put it on your food. you mix 4 heaping teaspoons in 8 to 12 ounces water, put it in a spray bottle,
and spray it on the skin . It absorbs much better through the skin than if ingested. Not any road salt, only MAG and NedMag brand magnesium chloride.

Health & Healing / - Magnesium Fountain of Youth
« on: December 24, 2011, 09:22:29 PM »

A most excellent article on magnesium. You can get the magnesium chloride in the form of road salt, MAG and NedMag brands have no toxic additives. Look under "salt' in your yellow pages. Also available from marine aquarium suppliers in 2, 5 and 10 pound bags.

<$20 / 50 lbs in Ohio for MAG and NedMag.

Health & Healing / - FDA approves new insomnia pill
« on: December 24, 2011, 09:18:09 PM »
Yup. See my recent post on my experience with benzos and zolpidem, which have similar molecular structures. I never did things in my sleep, that I know of, but that would have been the least of it. I'd rather die than take them again.

Sink Pink

Komen, oy vey! Is there any money in it, you wanna know? Sure!
There are now many good treatments for cancer that work. As opposed to chemo, radio and surgery.
If you survive, you survive the cancer and those "treatments". People get cancer all the time and
their body deals with it.
If it wasn't for all the endocrine disruptors in food and water, we would
probably hardly ever hear of cancer. Up until Fukushima, anyway, the Japs had very low rates of
cancer. Their diets included a lo of seaweed, whioch has a lot of magnesium and trace elements.

Health & Healing / - * Mad Scientists Create H5N1 GM BioTerrorism Virus
« on: December 24, 2011, 09:07:21 PM »
--I'm just wondering if drinking colloidal silver wouldn't kill the beneficial GI flora also? 

It does, but that's easily fixable with an active culture yogurt (Lactobacillus only, not any of those weird bacteria). It works for thrush mouth, which is oftem caused by antibiotics.

Health & Healing / - * Mad Scientists Create H5N1 GM BioTerrorism Virus
« on: December 24, 2011, 03:37:51 PM »
This is the story of Gwen Olsen. Once a very successful pharmaceutical sales rep., now her mission is to stop the over-medication of our children.

Her niece waited until no one was home, then poured lamp oil over herself, then set herself on fire. She then tried to put the fire out by getting in a tub of left bathwater. Then she called 911. She died on the way to the hospital. The girl was previously an honor student with everything to look forward to. Ms. Olsen tried to convince her mother not to force the girl to go back on the drugs, but her mother was a fanatical believer in the doctors. The girl did this rather than go back on the drugs. She said she would rather die than be crazy, and the drugs made her crazy.

A couple years ago, I finally accepted a monthly prescription for an anxiolytic drug (not an antidepressant or antipsychotic). Later, they added a related drug, zolpidem, a sleeping pill.
Within a year, I contracted a syndrome that 20% of people who use them develop. It must have been the only thing about pharmacology I didn't know. Two minutes of research on the internet beforehand would have saved me.
It was the most terrifying and despairing time in my life. I was extremely lucky, in that I researched and researched, and came up with something, finally, that fixed me. Others who tried the same thing had mixed results.
It almost drove me insane, and it crashed three systems in my body, requiring multiple trips to the emergency room. I almost died. I thank God every day that I did not remain stuck in that abject state. Most who have this syndrome never get better. I don't even care that it was almost all I could think about for more than a year and a half, or that the doctor didn't tell me what was wrong, even as it slowly developed. And he knew. I only care that it's over. I would rather have lost my right arm than to stay like that. I had to figure out what was wrong all on my own. Imagine all your inhibitory nerve receptors switched off, and all the stimulatory ones switched on, all the time. It reminded me of the Fall of the House of Usher. That problem, extremely acute senses. One can see every particle of dust and lint fiber, and hear clocks ticking on the second floor if you're in the basement. You can't shut anything out. Plus every system in the body going haywire, respiratory, cardiac, digestive, nervous system. And your anxiety and panic rises to levels that human beings normally can not experience.  And you feel a level of depression like you've just been told your entire family was killed. It's Hell. And they are still among the most-prescribed drugs. I am unbelievably lucky to still have a good memory.
Some go completely schizo. Many commit suicide. There is often intractable physical pain, a feeling of being crushed. One person I knew can't take showers because it "hurts too much". I've read stories of people who are still going through it more than ten years on, no better, 100% disabled. The medical authorities lie, and tell people if they taper off extremely slowly, they will get better. It's a lie.
Anyone reading this, DO NOT let them prescribe benzodiazepine drugs for you.

General / - * Merry Christmas and a healthy, happy New Year to All!
« on: December 24, 2011, 12:23:21 PM »
No snow her, but it did frost. I guess i don't miss it since I have to shovel it. I'm sure some is on the way. You have a good one too. I'll be around, regularly.

Health & Healing / - * Mad Scientists Create H5N1 GM BioTerrorism Virus
« on: December 24, 2011, 11:31:25 AM »
There are always new swindles... You have no idea how hard it was to convince my daughter-in-law to avoid Gardasil for her daughter. I sent her literature and links, yes, in the end she listened.

Good for you, you probably saved her from death or a serious systemic health problem, or problems!
This is going to be a very long post, but our health, and the likelihood that we will come under biowarfare attack, if we haven't already,  warrants it.
I have to say this - I am not a doctor, and I can't legally and don't give medical advice. These statements have not been evaluated by the AMA or the FDA. The makers and sellers of the EMS 7500 or other such products are unaware of my comments on their product and do not make or sell it for the treatment of any medical condition. And blah blah blah.

One thing about forced vaccinations, when they finally come to pass, is that a technique called "Beck Blood Electrification" works on any pathogen (disease-causing microorganism). All one needs is a battery-powered electro-muscle stimulator or TENS unit. Although electrodes for this use are supposed to be made by wrapping small-diameter stainless steel rods in a few layers of heavy cotton thread (so it will absorb conductive gel or salt water for conductivity, and so it will concentrate current flow over a small area so as to reach a vein or artery), the regular 2 x 2 inch reusable, self-adhering gel electrodes have worked just fine for me.

Forced vaccinations are certain to come, and I believe they may occur next year. The electro-muscle stimulator I use is an EMS 7500 - I'm not trying to advertise for anyone, but these are convenient, they last a long time on one 9 volt battery, and they are cheap. I got mine for about $30 + shipping, and if you look around on the web, I'm sure you can find one for less than Amazon's $49.

The best electrodes are 2 x 2 inch, Tyco gel, self-adhering reusable ones (black on one side, white on the other).
I intend to purchase several EMS 7500s over the next few months, so my family and my girlfriend's family will be covered. I have 40 of the electrodes on hand, and a sack of dollar store 9 volt batteries, going to get more of those too. Electrodes can be had very cheaply or very expensively - look around on Amazon and Ebay, maybe Craigslist. Look for TENS or EMS electrodes, add the term "tyco" to get the good quality reusable ones.
You can either put the electrodes over a vein, say at the inside of the elbow and the other near the shoulder, or so the current flows through the arm crossways through where a vein or artery is located.
This technique lowers the surface tension of the blood, which is very healthy. The maximum one should do is 2.5 hours per day at the highest power level you can tolerate. More than that, and I started to feel sick.
If the electrodes become too dry, or they are loose, no longer adhere, you can be shocked. NEVER "cross your body", one electrode on the left side of the body, one on the right (especially across the chest). That can result in a bad shock, and in the case of trans-chest (on either side of the heart), electrocution.
This technique can also cause vigorous and sudden muscle contractions and unexpected limb movements.
For optimal use, the EMS 7500 has to be set (there are three relevant settings) so the stimulation is as continuous as possible, and the power level should be set as high as one can stand.
I used these types of devices for electro-muscle stimulation as well as blood electrification. I've likely used it more than anyone else, ever. Except for, maybe, Bruce Lee. That's how he worked out.

I inject B vitamin complex and cognitive-enhancing drugs frequently, and over long periods of time. If you inject anything regularly, sooner or later you will get an infection. I have, several times, and the electricity always does away with it quickly. Even when it became advanced before I noticed it. It seems to work on generalized infections too (septicemia), so it must do something more than just acting locally. I think it changes the blood somehow to make the immune system work more effectively. My girlfriend recently found out she has scleroderma, and I am confident that she will be cured, largely through the use of blood electrification. We are going to start her treatments on the 4th of January, and I will report on the progress. Scleroderma is caused by a microorganism called mycoplasma.

Many electro-muscle stimulators and TENS units have the same technical specs as the EMS 7500. It would not surprise me to learn that many different brands have the exact same electronics inside. You need (maximum specified) 40 to 50 volts, (maximum specified) 80 to 100 milliamps (mA), and an AC output as opposed to a DC output (DC is galvanic, has positive and negative poles). The waveform should be "asymmetrrical biphasic" (there's nothing specifically neccesary about this other than it is a common AC waveform used in electro-muscle stims). Before I had the EMS 7500, i used a home made stimulator made from  a Radio Shack mini audio amplifier, and a mini audio output transformer wired in reverse to step up the voltage.

Some online advocate the use of a 9 volt battery for blood electrification. I very, very strongly believe this is in error, as is information concerning someone named Hulda Clark and her "zapper". Do NOT bet your life on those frauds.

If I was planning a to-go bag for survival, one of these EMS 7500s, and as many electrodes and 9 volt batteries as I could allot (as far as in relation to what else I needed to carry) would be on the list. It would be better than dying slowly and gruelingly from an infection.
Antibiotics run out quickly, but these should last for years, and as long as you can find a 9 volt power source, you can use it. The Tyco electrodes can conceivably last for several dozens of uses, as long as you keep them on their plastic keeper, in a ziplock bag, and rehydrate them with a drop of water when neccesary.
Antibiotics do not work on viral, mycoplasma (only Minocycline will work on mycoplasma) or fungal infections, whereas electrification does.

If Dr. Garth Nicholson is right, and I think he is, maybe all of us should give this treatment a go.

"Autoimmune" diseases are likely all caused by mycoplasmas. they are the ideal bio-warfare agents, and it is extremely likely that they have been used by the US, and have infected most everyone in the world, especially in industrialized countries where there is a lot of international travel.  That's the bad thing about bio-warfare - once you release it, you can't control it unless you firebomb the entire area quickly afterwards, then still maybe not. The former chief virologist for the pharma giant, Merck, stated he believed everyone in the world might be infected with these mycoplasmas. These may well be, and probably are, the cause of skyrocketing disease of all kinds, from cancer, to heart disease, to diabetes, to neuropsych problems.

Another device of use in treating these is called a Beck magnetic pulser, but that is not really of use in an on-the-move survival situation, as it is bulky and uses a lot of electricity. One thing that IS amenable to such scenarios is colloidal silver, very useful for water purification and as an ingestible antimicrobial. All you need fo that is a water container, two strips or lengths of heaavy wire made of fine silver (0.99 to 0.999) (NOT STERLING SILVER or German silver) as long as your fingers, two double-ended alligator clip leads and a 9 volt battery, and water (fluoridated water is NOT recommended for this purpose). You can use a speck of baking soda to make the water conductive. I use distilled water to make it.

Look up "how to make colloidal silver" on the web. Use only one battery, you don't need three 9 volt batteries, stronger is NOT better (It should take 5 to 10 minutes to make), DO NOT use table salt, or anything other than baking soda to make the water conductive. DO NOT rub it into your skin. It will NOT turn you blue. The "Papa Smurf" character on the web TRIED to make himself that way by rubbing it into his skin and then using a tanning bed, etc.
I'm sure the pharmaceutical companies paid him handsomely to smear colloidal silver's reputation, thus insuring their continued antibiotic sales, and our inability to cope with bioweapons. Silver foil was put into war wounds hundreds of years ago, to successfully prevent and cure infections. Although he has been bullied into denying the efficacy of colloidal silver, Dr. Robert O. Becker's book, The Body Electric, has a great amount of material on silver's effectiveness in fighting all kinds of infections.

People with argyria (the slate/blue color) most often were exposed to silver nitrate or other silver compounds, or worked in silver mines and other situations where their bodies were exposed to massive amounts of silver or silver salts.  If it occurs, it can likely be reversed by regular ingestion of n-Acetyl cysteine (which is very good for you anyway)
and the use of topical DMSO, especially when that is mixed with allantoin. DMSO is also good for fighting fungal infections, and it is available cheaply from farm supply stores:

Keep these in mind:

Biowarfare labs all over the US (for population control?):

Sue's Place / - Sushi's Jokes, Quotes, Tips and Poetry Thread
« on: December 24, 2011, 09:18:36 AM »
I love to cook and bake, and experiment, but I HATE doing dishes.

I never minded doing dishes or other housework. It's just part of being the perfect man.  ;D

General / - * Merry Christmas and a healthy, happy New Year to All!
« on: December 24, 2011, 09:02:49 AM »

Heaven Above / Re: Last Launch of Space Shuttle Discovery
« on: November 03, 2010, 07:24:18 AM »
Disclaimer:  Don't impose your taxonomy on me please.  This is not "religion" but reality to me.

Why, whatever do you mean, "impose"?????

Was the voting rigged?

Oh, most definitely. The oil from marijuana plants is a potent anti-cancer drug. Survivors of mind-control programs said they were allowed any drug except marijuana because it scrambles post-hypnotic suggestions. I believe this because the endogenous (native) cannabinoid receptors and signal proteins are involved in the extinguishment of aversive memories. Plus, we can't have homegrown competing with the Bronfman rotgut whiskey empire. Or the money made from people who would otherwise seek medical treatment for glaucoma.


LW-please embed!

OMG! They're right!

Heaven Above / Re: Last Launch of Space Shuttle Discovery
« on: November 02, 2010, 08:02:15 PM »
I want to see the black monolith on the moon.

The shard?

Media Watch / Re: One-handed model in bra becomes overnight sensation
« on: November 02, 2010, 05:57:08 PM »
"Bethany got her arm bitten off by a shark when she was a teenager - and was back on a surfboard within three weeks."

I had major abdominal surgery (2nd one) and was off factory work for five weeks. It took me about two months total to recover. But amputations are different, i understand they are usually worse, as to the duration of pain.

The World Below / Re: Palin For President In 2012 !!
« on: November 02, 2010, 03:35:47 PM »

It's a pity that the likes of her and Glenn Beck have been installed as the leaders of the Tearrorists.


One problem is, and this of course has scarcely been mentioned anywhere, that if you see someone in a turban, they are almost certainly a Sikh, not a Sunni or Shiite, and Sikhs are not known for being terrorists, to my knowledge.

Media Watch / Iron Sky
« on: November 02, 2010, 02:38:20 PM »
Unfortunately, of course, it's an anti-Nazi film, but nevertheless, some very cool imagery.

Interestingly enough, this film has it's basis in the research of an eastern european physicist who claims the Thule Society had advanced rocketry and other propulsion technology before 1930, and that the Nazis established a base on the moon in 1942.  Wiki says only that he has been accused of faking his photographic and video evidence.

Sue's Place / Re: Things I Am Grateful For In My Life
« on: October 31, 2010, 05:34:31 PM »
I think I am to blame for Hoppy's disabilities. Birds need ultraviolet light to be healthy and to have healthy babies.  Window glass blocks out most of the UV rays...
This may apply to other animals that are kept inside like reptiles and rodents .

I don't know if that would produce such gross deformities, and I am one to tend to err on the side opposite.
My mice are albinos, so they are not much keen on light. 

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