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  • 1918 Flu Pandemic [ health ]

    Also called the “Spanish” flu, it is believed to have killed up to 40 million people worldwide, including 675,000 Americans (claiming the lives of more soldiers than the trenches of WWI). Many more got sick but survived. According to research uncovered by F. William Engdahl: “The 20 to 40 million deaths ...were NOT due to ‘flu’ or a virus, but to pneumonia caused by massive bacterial infection.” While the medical men and medical hospitals were losing 33% of their flu cases, the non-medical hospitals such as BATTLE CREEK, KELLOGG and MACFADDEN’S HEALTH-RESTORIUM were getting almost 100% healings with their water cure, baths, enemas, etc. NIAID has said there is no evidence of a flu and that common respiratory bacteria was responsible. Starko’s work supports that and offers a scientific perspective on how aspirin was the likely cause of the two types of deaths seen during 1918, one slow and one incredibly rapid. A nationwide vaccination drive to profit off of the spoiled vaccines left over from WWI which mandated vaccines for everyone in the military. Read More...
  • 5G [ health, technology ]

    The 5th generation of wireless technology. Basically, 5G will make everything you do online a whole lot faster. However, 5G cellular technology is dangerous because it emits Radio Frequency (RF) Radiation and it does so at ultra high frequencies and with ultra high intensity, compared to earlier technologies. The WHO classified RF Radiation as a possible “carcinogenic” in 2011. And there are literally hundreds of peer reviewed scientific studies linking RF Radiation to things like cancer, crib death, DNA damage (especially in infants and fetuses) and male infertility. Also because of the limits of the frequencies used, in order for users to have good reception it is estimated they will need to put a mini cell station every 2 to 8 houses. This will multiply significantly the amount of RF Radiation we will be exposed to. Continue reading
  • Abortion [ health ]

    There is a Constitutional right to life in the United States. Amendment 5 of the U.S. Constitution’s Bill of Rights states that no one can be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law. This was based on the Declaration of Independence, which said that all people are endowed by their Creator with the unalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness and that the primary purpose of government is to secure these rights. The 14th Amendment to the Constitution repeats the right to life, liberty or property and requires that every person be provided equal protection of the laws. Every president, vice-president, cabinet member, federal or Supreme Court judge, Congressman, and Senator, upon election or appointment to office, swears an oath to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States. In spite of this, it's estimated that about one million abortions take place annually and about 60 million abortions have been performed in the U.S. since 1973, based on accumulative data from the two primary sources of U.S. abortion statistics - U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Guttmacher Institute, an arm of Planned Parenthood.  Continue reading
  • Acupressure [ health ]

    Also known as reflexology, acupressure is the healing technique of stimulating reflex points on certain parts of the body that correlate to vital organs . Developed in Asia over 5,000 years ago, it is considered an ancient healing method that employs the use of the fingers, the hands, or the elbows to gently press key healing points, thereby stimulating the body’s natural self-curative capabilities. Stimulating these points with acupressure allows healing energy to flow to those specific organs to help the body heal itself. This form of alternative treatment is typically used to alleviate stress-related ailments and is also good for the skin. Acupressure, chiropractic, and acupuncture treatments originated in China. Continue reading
  • Acupuncture [ health ]

    Acupuncture is one of the oldest, most commonly used systems of healing in the world. Originating in China some 3,500 years ago, only in the last three decades has it become popular in the United States. In 1993, the Food and Drug Administration estimated that Americans made up to 12 million visits per year to acupuncture practitioners and spent upwards of half a billion dollars on acupuncture treatments. Traditional Chinese medicine hold that there are as many as 2,000 acupuncture points on the human body, which are connected by 20 pathways (12 main, 8 secondary) called meridians. These meridians conduct energy, or qi (pronounced "chi"), between the surface of the body and its internal organs. Each point has a different effect on the qi that passes through it. Continue reading
  • AIDS virus [ health ]

    There is no doubt that AIDS erupted in the U.S. shortly after government-sponsored hepatitis B vaccine experiments (1978-1981) using gay men as guinea pigs. The epidemic was caused by the “introduction” of a new retrovirus (the human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV for short); and the introduction of a new herpes-8 virus, the virus that causes Kaposi’s sarcoma, widely known as the “gay cancer” of AIDS. The taboo theory that AIDS is a man-made disease is largely based on research showing an intimate connection between government vaccine experiments and the outbreak of “the gay plague” Continue reading
  • Airport body scanners [ health, technology ]

    Every day travelers are herded through the checkpoint corrals into one of these anti-terrorism full body scanners at airports and other places in the name of 'security' thanks to 9/11 followed by the 2009 FBI underwear bomber false flag. First, the TSA told us those X-ray scanners (that showed way too many naked body parts) were perfectly safe. Even the manufacturer of the device, Rapidscan, openly admitted the scanners had not been adequately tested. The truth was later revealed that the safety tests turned out to be totally rigged, as reported by Natural News. Continue reading
  • Aloe Vera [ health ]

    One of approximately 420 species of the genus Aloe; the botanical name is Aloe barbadensis miller, and it belongs to the Liliaceae family. It is considered to be the most biologically active of the Aloe species; astonishingly, more than 75 potentially active components have been identified in the plant, including vitamins, minerals, saccharides, amino acids, anthraquinones, enzymes, lignin, saponins and salicylic acids. It provides 20 of the 22 human-required amino acids and eight of the eight essential amino acids. Continue reading
  • Aluminum [ health, natural-resources ]

    Aluminum is the most widely distributed metal on the planet and it's used in the production of many everyday products. Cookware is made from aluminum, soda cans are aluminum, and aluminum foil is found in most kitchens. It is also in antacids, aspirin, vaccines, flour, and nano-particles are even sprayed in the sky (geoengineering). This overwhelming infestation of aluminum means that your risk of exposure is through the roof, which is also often made of aluminum. Unlike vitamins, minerals, and trace elements, the body does not need aluminum. And aluminum is no innocent or benign participant. Aluminum accumulates in the kidneys, brain, lungs, liver and thyroid where it competes with calcium for absorption and can affect skeletal mineralization. In infants, this can slow growth. Animal models have linked aluminum exposure to mental impairments. Continue reading
  • American Medical Association [ businesses-organizations, health ]

    The year is 1847. Physicians in America are not enjoying competing with inexpensive, natural remedies, which are offered by Indians and skilled midwives. These are remedies which are effective but are not profitable or patentable, so elitist physicians join forces and form an alliance called the AMA, the American Medical Association. Not just any doctor was allowed to join this new, prestigious organization, but only the “regulars” everyone knew well, and those who did NOT use herbal remedies, homeopathy or Native American remedies – for anything. By the turn of 1900, word got out fast. The AMA is “hiring” and if you join the “patentable remedy industry” there would be plenty of money to go around. Critics called it the “Great American Fraud,” and the AMA doesn’t like critics, so they created an anti-critic department called the Department of Investigation, or DOI, to hunt down and SHUT DOWN doctors and healers alike that were still using natural remedies, and thus digging into the profits of the AMA. Continue reading
  • Antibiotics [ health ]

    Deemed the “miracle drug” in the 1940s, antibiotics has helped cure many infectious diseases, and they only work on infections by bacteria, not viruses. Overuse and misuse of antibiotics can result in the emergence of antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria, which have their own slew of problems. Over the decades these tiny microbes have begun to evade the drugs used to kill them, leading WHO to declare: "The world is heading toward a post-antibiotic era, in which common infections and minor injuries, which has been treatable for decades, can once again kill." Antibiotics are now overused not only in humans, but in livestock, and are even sprayed on crops, painted on the hulls of boats, and dumped in rivers. Adverse reactions, increased risk of diabetes and bowel cancer, gut damage, and disabling of the immune system are some of the risks of antibiotics. Continue reading
  • Antidepressants [ big-pharma, health ]

    17.3 million American adults (7.1% of the adult U.S. population) and 3.2 million adolescents (13.3% of U.S. population aged 12 to 17) suffered at least one major depressive episode in 2017. Antidepressant drugs, the most widely used therapy for depression, are also among the least effective, and often make the situation worse, especially in the long term. Studies have repeatedly shown antidepressants work no better than placebo for mild to moderate depression. A 2017 systematic review of 131 placebo-controlled studies found that “all trials were at high risk of bias” and that clinical significance was questionable. Antidepressants are neurotoxic and possible side effects include worsening depression, self-harm, violence and suicide, increased risk for diabetes, heart disease, heart attack, stroke and dementia, and depletion of various nutrients (depending on the type of drug you take).
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  • Antioxidants [ health ]

    Antioxidants are a class of stable molecules that are capable of inhibiting the harmful effects of free radicals, which are unstable and highly reactive molecular species that target lipids, nucleic acid, proteins and other important molecules. Your body naturally circulates a variety of nutrients for their antioxidant properties and manufactures antioxidant enzymes in order to control oxidative stress.1 Some antioxidants are produced by your body, but some are not. As you age, your body's natural antioxidant production can decline.2 Since antioxidants play a significant role in delaying the aging process by fighting free radicals, losing your body's antioxidant defense could speed up aging.3 Continue reading
  • Artificial Sweeteners [ health ]

    Most people use artificial sweeteners to lose weight. The amazing irony is that nearly all the studies that have carefully analyzed their effectiveness show that those who use artificial sweeteners actually gain more weight than those who consume caloric sweeteners. In 2005, data gathered from the 25-year long San Antonio Heart Study showed that drinking diet soft drinks increased the likelihood of serious weight gain – far more so than regular soda. On average, each diet soft drink the participants consumed per day increased their risk of becoming overweight by 65 percent within the next seven to eight years, and made them 41 percent more likely to become obese. There is also a large number of health dangers associated with artificial sweeteners and aspartame in particular. Continue reading
  • Aspartame [ health ]

    The technical name for the artificial sweetener brand names NutraSweet, Equal, Spoonful, and Equal-Measure. It was discovered by accident in 1965 when James Schlatter, a chemist of G.D. Searle Company, was testing an anti-ulcer drug. It was approved for dry goods in 1981 (thanks to some shady maneuvering by FDA head Arthur Hull) and for carbonated beverages in 1983. It was originally approved for dry goods on July 26, 1974, but objections filed by neuroscience researcher Dr. John W. Olney and consumer attorney James Turner in August 1974, as well as investigations of G.D. Searle's research practices caused the U.S. FDA to put approval of aspartame on hold (December 5, 1974). In 1985, Monsanto purchased G.D. Searle and made Searle Pharmaceuticals and The NutraSweet Company separate subsidiaries. In spite of numerous health affects, it remains on the market. Continue reading
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder [ health ]

    Difficulty concentrating, impulsiveness, excessive energy and inability to sit are some of the most common symptoms of what has been unscientifically defined as ADHD. Western medicine focuses on prescription medications that don’t cure ADHD and instead only suppress some of the symptoms. In addition, these medications are linked to personality changes, suicidal thoughts and other disturbing side effects such as delayed growth, sleep problems, decreased appetite and heart problems. To back up dodgy research, ADHD industry insiders produce consensus statements, where like-minded, self appointed ‘experts’ agree that ADHD is real and amphetamines are a safe and effective treatment. Continue reading
  • Autism [ health ]

    Individuals identified with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) suffer from significant problems in the areas of social, emotional and communication skills, which can cause serious problems in their daily functioning. There is a strong causal link between the MMR vaccination and autism that was covered up for years. Parental reports, court verdicts, animal studies and human research points to this correlation. Other studies comparing vaccinated to unvaccinated children also conclude that vaccines are a leading cause of autism. In several comparative studies involving thousands of children, autism was non-existent in children who were not vaccinated. [source] Continue reading
  • Avian Flu [ health ]

    Back in 2005, headlines warned the U.S. was facing a cataclysmic extermination event, with a calculated two million Americans succumbing to the bird flu; the best case scenario taking only 200,000 lives. Photos of overflowing hospital wards from the 1918 flu epidemic heightened the fear factor to a fever pitch. According to Dr. Paul A. Offit, a vaccine specialist at Children’s Hospital in Philadelphia, “H5 viruses have been around for 100 years and never caused a pandemic and probably never will.” Still, according to the NY Times, scientists and governments are congratulating themselves for averting a threat that never was by stockpiling worthless vaccines, pointlessly culling hundreds of millions of birds, and pouring money into preparation efforts. Continue reading
  • Big Ag [ health ]

    When just five corporations dominate the world’s seed, pesticide and biotech industries, they control the fate of food and farming. Between them — Monsanto, DowDupont, BASF, Bayer, and Syngenta — have historically unprecedented power over world agriculture, enabling them to control the agricultural research agenda, heavily influence trade and agricultural agreements and subvert market competition. Along the way, these companies intimidate, impoverish and disempower farmers, and undermine food security, all while making historic profits — even as their genetically engineered seeds fail to deliver as promised. Contrary to what the marketing campaigns say, these corporations are in the game of expanding their marketshare. Period. According to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), corporate concentration of the agricultural input market "has far-reaching implications for global food security, as the privatization and patenting of agricultural innovation (gene traits, transformation technologies and seed germplasm) has been supplanting traditional agricultural understandings of seed, farmers' rights, and breeders' rights." Continue reading
  • Big Pharma [ common-terms, health ]

    Big Pharma is the nickname given to the world's vast and influential pharmaceutical industry and its trade group, the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America or PhRMA. The Rockefeller empire and JP Morgan Chase own over half of the pharmaceutical interests in the US. Big Pharma and medical device companies make billions of dollars every year selling drugs and devices — including those that were recalled or involved in fraud or product liability lawsuits. The global revenue for pharmaceuticals was over $1 trillion in 2014. But nowhere else in the world do the drug and medical device industries have as much power and make as much money as in the U.S. In fact, Americans spent an all-time high of $457 billion on prescription drugs in 2015. By 2020, it will be $610 billion. Medical devices are also lucrative. The U.S. makes up about half of the world’s share of the market at about $148 billion, according to the U.S. Department of Commerce. Continue reading
  • Biotin [ health ]

    (or vitamin B7) is a water-soluble vitamin that’s a part of the vitamin B complex — a group of key nutrients needed for healthy metabolic, nerve, digestive and cardiovascular functions. “Biotin is often recommended as a dietary supplement for strengthening hair and nails, though scientific data supporting these outcomes are weak,” says Wikipedia. Not quite – biotin is referenced in 31,208 articles on PubMed, which show systemic benefits extending far beyond hair and nails. The journal Cutis describes a marked improvement in nail health among subjects taking biotin supplements. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry outlines biotin’s potential in treating diabetes, hyperglycemia, and hyperlipidemia based upon its improvement of glucose tolerance and promotion of glucose and lipid homeostasis. Multiple Sclerosis reveals that high-dose biotin supplementation produces sustained reversal of multiple sclerosis. Biotin also influences the mediation of gene expression, plays a key role in cell metabolism, growth, and differentiation, shows potential as a gene-based cancer therapy and delivery system, and regulates immunological and inflammatory functions. Continue reading
  • Calcium [ health ]

    Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body, and almost 99 percent of the body’s calcium is stored in the structure of the bones and teeth. The truth is, though, many of us aren’t eating enough foods high in calcium. Wikipedia calls calcium supplementation “controversial” but admits that since 2010, the FDA has permitted the health claim that calcium and vitamin D supplements together protect against osteoporosis. Qualified health claims regarding the mineral’s effectiveness in reducing the risks of colon cancer and hypertension are also permitted. New England Journal of Medicinefinds calcium supplementation reduces the risk of recurrent colorectal adenomas. Calcium also plays a central role in blood cell synthesis, protects against stroke, especially in conjunction with magnesium and potassium, contributes to bone growth and development, and lowers blood cholesterol. Continue reading
  • Cancer [ health ]

    Please understand that cancer is big business. The cancer industry is spending virtually nothing of its multi-billion dollar resources on effective prevention strategies, such as dietary guidelines, exercise and obesity education. Instead, it pours its money into treating cancer, not preventing or curing it. If the cancer industry allows a cure, then their patient base goes away. It makes more sense to keep a steady stream of cancer patients alive, but sick and coming back for more. There are those who have developed effective natural cures and ways to prevent cancer but have been vehemently discounted, silenced, and pushed under the rug by the medical monopoly, with physicians and researchers attacked, smeared, sent to prison, and professionally ruined for daring to defy the medical establishment. Continue reading
  • Cannabis [ health ]

    better known as marijuana, it has been used for its medicinal properties for thousands of years. It's been heralded as a "cure-all," revered for its healing properties. Marijuana was a popular botanical medicine in the 19th and 20th centuries, common in U.S. pharmacies of the time. It wasn't until 1970 that the herb was declared a Schedule 1 controlled substance in the U.S., a classification reserved for drugs with "high potential for abuse" and "no accepted medical use." Three years later the DEA was formed to enforce the newly created drug schedules. Although delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (known as THC) is the primary psychoactive ingredient (when aged or heated), other known compounds with biologic activity are cannabinol, cannabidiol, cannabichromene, cannabigerol, tetrahydrocannabivarin and delta-8-THC. Cannabidiol (CBD) is thought to have significant pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory activity without the psychoactive effect of delta-9-THC. While marijuana continues to be abused for recreational use, the tremendous health benefits (including fighting cancer, epilepsy, chronic pain, anorexia, MS, heart disease, glaucoma, and more) can now be harnessed without the psychoactive ingredient of THC. Continue reading
  • Canola Oil [ health ]

    made from the rapeseed plant, specifically from the seeds of the rape, which is a member of the mustard (Brassicaceae) family. It was in the early 1970s that canola was first bred from rapeseed at the University of Manitoba in Canada by Keith Downey and Baldur R. Stefansson. In 1998, “the most disease- and drought-resistant canola variety to date” was developed using genetic modification, and this is how the majority of recent varieties are produced. The oil has been proven to destroy both the body and the mind, and is simply not the safe, healthy alternative that the mainstream media would have you believe. Continue reading
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