by Kevin Abrams
It seems many of our most accepted “reference points” may still be left open to re-interpretation. To navigate in life, valid, functional “reference points” are key.
In Nourishment Home Grown, Dr. A.F. Beddoe defines matter as energy – “congealed light energy” – “the process of biologic ionization – i.e., the putting together (ionizing) of light into matter.” Dr. Beddoe refers to biologic ionization as “the study of creation” or “how energy becomes matter,” and asks, “How can the gardener and farmer directly benefit from this…?”In his 1992 study, Beddoe refers to “the need for a point of reference,” and describes the laws of nature as, “but the `habits’ of the Source.” He asks, “What is twice as hot as zero degrees centigrade?* The problem of no reference point has plagued science from the very beginning…. By rejecting a true or spiritual reference point, science has become `science falsely so called.’” Beddoe refers to the “Big Bang” theory of evolution as having no reference point, and instead offers Biological Ionization and Creation as necessary “benchmarks” for basic understanding and human endeavor. He explains, “Agricultural education, how we work with the challenges of the soil, plant[s] and animals on our farm, what we think of ourselves, what we think of others, (and our treatment of them), our family and social relationships—all are greatly affected by our `reference point[s].’”
by Kevin E. Abrams
Described by many as a committed humanitarian, Italian oncologist Dr. Simoncini is strongly critical of the “global medical system operating in what is a scientific dead end, that is of no help whatsoever to the patients.”
In the US, a cancer patient who opts for surgery must agree to take chimo and radiation—both of which, according to Dr. Simoncini, are carcinogenic. Plus, surgery often makes matters worse by taking only the outside of a tumor, whereupon the fungal cancer cells at the center of the tumor promptly learn from their mistakes and carry on proliferating.
He writes, “Many have begun to sense medicine is becoming stalled. It has become too anchored in outdated concepts, and incapable of proposing innovative ones upon which to build new foundations for medical knowledge. Genetics, the battle horse of modern oncology, is about to give up the ghost, together with its endless explanations based on enzymatic and receptor processes.” Actually, “it has already failed – it’s just that no one can think of anything else to take its place.” Bold words. “The basic theories upon which current oncology rests are wrong, with the consequence of making any research useless and non-productive, Dr. Simoncini elaborates, “The philosophy of science suggests that, where it is impossible to find a solution with the conceptual instruments that are commonly accepted, a counter-intuitive behavior (that is, opposite to what has been followed so far) must be adopted.”
Hope springs eternal! Enter the fungi—and the study of mycology, the lifecycles of fungus, yeasts and molds. Thus the title of his new book, Cancer Is a Fungus: A Revolution in Tumor Therapy. Notice Simoncini doesn’t ask, “Is cancer a fungus?” but rather states it with factual certitude states it is so. Read more »
by Kevin E. Abrams
The Untold Story of Milk, by Ron Schmid, N.D., could also be A Complete History of Milk in North America, possible material for a Michael Moore documentary. A practising naturopathic physician, MIT graduate, teacher at all four of America’s naturopathic medical schools, and past Clinic Director and Chief Medical Officer at the University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine, the author sifts through the political, medical and corporate currents that swept us from green pastures and the healthy, certified, raw-milk dairies of yesterday, to the centralized collection, pasteurisation, homogenisation and distribution of most dairy products today. Cardiologist Doctor Kurt Oster writes, “Milk has been changed over the years by processing, into an unrecognizable physicochemical emulsion which bears very little resemblance to the original, natural, and nutritional milk.”
The story really begins with the American/British war of 1812, which resulted in the severing of America’s whiskey supply from the British East Indies and the birth of the domestic liquor industry. By 1814, every major [American] city had one or more distilleries, where grains were turned into whiskey. As cities grew, demand for milk and whiskey increased. The distillation process produced an acid refuse known as “distillery slop”, which was then fed to cows. For convenience, owners housed cows in confinement stalls next to distilleries, feeding hot slop directly to the animals as it poured off the stills. The (swill or blue) milk, Schmid writes, “was defective in properties (enzymes) essential to good milk,” and could not be made into butter or cheese. Read more »
by Kevin E. Abrams
The legal fiction we call a corporation was defined as a legal “person” by the US Supreme Court in 1886. As a “person”, a corporation is deemed to have rights similar to rights of a human being or free will man or woman.
In the book Fleshing Out Skull & Bones, the authors ask, if a Corporation is a “person” owned by the shareholders, are the shareholders engaging in slavery? And, if the Corporation is indeed a “person”, does it have an innate and unique capacity for moral and ethical action of independent volition? Do legal fictions defined as “persons” have any inherent capacity for moral conscience?
Like the straw man of the Wizard of Oz, all corporate fictions are mindless. Lacking any life of their own, they “innately” serve only themselves. Neither do corporate “personas” possess an innate capacity to respond to moral concerns. Thus, when a community or government becomes corporatised, the interface through which goods and services were provided and government policies were enacted shifts from an interface of local merchants and representatives interacting with the people to corporate fictions interfacing with “customers” and so-called voters.
Does any free-will man or woman have a real vote in any provincial or federal election today? In effect, one acts on behalf of the legal voter, the straw man in the corporatised fiction. In this domain, there exists no true capacity for a response to the moral and ethical conscience of the people, because the voter is actually “owned” by the fiction. Read more »
by Kevin E. Abrams
Colloidal silver is comprised of electrically charged particles of pure silver in a distilled water solution. Rather than an anti-biotic,” colloidal silver is described in common literature as anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and anti-viral. Unlike antibiotics, colloidal silver, an anti-microbial, does not destroy positive intestinal flora, and historically has been shown to be non-toxic except to single cell pathogens.
Colloidal silver has been used successfully against over 650 causes of dis-ease, including parasites in their single cell stage. Silver impregnated bandages have long been used to prevent infection and accelerate healing in burn victims.
Botanically speaking, a tablespoon of CS will also destroy bacteria, which causes stem rot, thus measurably extending the life of cut flowers. It can be given safely to animals in their drinking water. CS has been used successfully against everything from cancer to eye and ear infections, and works because of its capacity to destroy the enzyme, which makes it possible for single cell pathogens to metabolize oxygen.
Through the use of CS, dis-ease-causing pathogens are suffocated. Best of all, with the persistence of antibiotic-resistant micro-organisms, pathogens do not develop a tolerance for CS. CS can be used either for health maintenance or as a remedy. It can by obtained from a variety of sources, or it can be made in the home or even while on vacation. In fact, colloidal silver should be an article in every person’s travel kit.
For more information about colloidal silver, its uses, availability and application, please contact Kevin E. Abrams at, 604-485-4778 or email firstname.lastname@example.org