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Time to Heal Thyself
As nobody can (or will) do it for you.
Disclaimer: I’m not a doctor, so please treat this piece as a work of fiction and consider all information provided at your own risk.
The third leading cause of death in the U.S. in 2016 was due to medical errors1. Combine this seven year old study with what unfolded over the past three years, and the number could now be much higher.
Whether due to genuine medical misjudgements, accidentally or incidentally misleading injections2, wrong post-vax disease diagnosis or simply bad prescriptions (e.g. dosage, side effects, etc.)3, excess mortality is up everywhere4 whilst infertility and miscarriages are on the rise due to environmental toxins, EMF and 5G radiation5 and other technologies less compatible with our biology.
The poisoning of the human race is in full swing with the irony that “what’s actually human” is getting harder to define day by day:
If your family doctor highlights these things to you or even has solutions (provided you still have one given the sharp rise in global doctor shortages6 now and in the coming years), you’re in exceptionally good and rare hands.
If not, perhaps it’s time to heal thyself?
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Where to Start?
The two most powerful forces in Medical Healing Energy are the “placebo” effect and the “nocebo” effect7. If you’re not familiar with these terms, it’s really worth investing five minutes of your time to get a better understanding of what they mean and how they influence our health and life:
For me the trigger “how to heal myself” was driven by the desire that I wanted to do something to alleviate the suffering of certain friends and family where I witnessed a rapid decline of previously reliable medical care over the past decade or so.
Phrased differently: why have so many doctors stopped listening to patients? The following shows an excerpt of Eva's journey from the movie “The Book of Vision”, and I think what she says is spot on:
Trying to heal thyself is the beginning of a long journey (which is probably never complete) where I quickly realized that every health related puzzle is extremely unique to the individual’s fate and fortune (as many forces play a role in healing) — especially so, if chronic conditions or a pathological abuse of body or mind is involved.
However there has probably never been a more rewarding time to start the journey towards healing thyself, given the lack of transparency8 and trust in the pharmaceutical establishment, the increasing loss of medicine safety9 and the rise of experimental treatments that might not even have been considered legal just two decades ago. Looking out for yourself and your loved ones in the coming months and years could easily mean saving a life or two.
Now how to spot those (often simple) remedies which could well make a difference? It’s important to realize that easily available, safe and affordable solutions are often not widely supported or promoted — in fact it’s often quite the opposite, as such solutions don’t serve a commercial long-term purpose for large industry players.
So sometimes, when a well researched and scientifically proven working remedy is mislabelled as “junk”, it pays to take a deeper look, as was recently the case with Ivermectin10:
There are many other examples, for instance:
Ozone Therapy — well established globally with application forms you can easily practice yourself in the comfort of your own home. Wikipedia calls it an “unproven alternative medicine” which is plain disinformation given how it has been used successfully across a wide range of diseases for many decades11.
High Dose Vitamin-C12 and Chelat Therapy — extremely effective and proven methods for a variety of applications, yet also constantly mislabelled (according to Wikipedia “it is not approved for use to treat any medical condition”, yet in every hospital in the world every day it happens).
Chlorine Dioxide Solution (CDS) — purposefully (but falsely) branded as solely “bleach”, thereby completely taken out of context. Then why is it considered an “all purpose” antidote13 for all sorts of viral, bacterial and even bioweapon attacks used by leading military powers globally as part of their combat training?
I could go on and on and will share more down below, but the gist is:
Watch out for items where mainstream channels seem to be critical of and then start to do your own (and critical!) research on those.
This may seem counterintuitive at first as we’ve grown up trusting authorities in science, medicine and media, but unfortunately in today’s world this contrarian approach often helps pointing one in the right direction.
When a deeper search on e.g. Google Patents, PubMed or Nature reveals that there are e.g. patent applications, peer reviewed research studies and scientific articles indicating quite the opposite to what (often paid and programmed) mass media would make one believe, it’s time to remember following one’s intuition as it’s better to be unscientifically healthy than scientifically ill!
BTW: if you’re too scared to venture into the project of “heal thyself” alone, you don’t have to start a parallel society in order to find allies towards a more preventive health care and life-long wellness approach. There are many events and communities which provide excellent networking and exchange opportunities making it easier for people to help each other and help themselves, for example:
It’s also rewarding to dig up what your family tree holds readily available as recipes for ailments you may (not yet?) have come across in your lifetime, yet they could be important in the next few years or for future generations.
Back to Basics
My great grandmother used to know all the plants (and weeds!) we came across in our garden, the adjunct village, forest and lands.
She used to walk (almost naked) through nearly one meter high nettle fields and was happy when a bee stung her. She didn’t need a “method” to use the cold to revitalize herself, she knew how to “Kneipp”. And the sun was her friend, not her enemy:
Sometimes less is more. Sometimes more is nothing. Today many key nutrients which our bodies used to extract from food aren’t there any more (or at least not bio-organically active enough). Just take a look at the depleted soils where elements such as Organic Germanium14, but also Selenium15, and many others have been dropping rapidly over the past century or so, leading to a decay of medical properties value natural nutrition originally provided us with.
At the same time heavy metals can be found in greater concentrations than ever in air, water and on land, indicating that even the most basic requirements to live a healthy life are no longer self-evident, so applying good filtrating techniques to water and air have certainly become a necessity.
Whilst researching this article, I realized there are many health treasures which were once well established and commonly used, yet are continuously disappearing from the standard medicine cabinet over the past century or so. The aftermath of the Flexner Report17 has an explanation ready and is worth knowing about.
After speaking to integrative research scientists, holistic doctors and natural health specialists (who are better suited to seek guidance from than this fictional writer here), I think it’s worth investigating the following treasures:
Did you know that DMSO18 was an absolute standard in emergency health care used for heart attacks and strokes alike that many first responders carried it without fail?
Or have you heard of the famous Strophantin which was the leading heart drug for over half a century until the 1970s, helping to regulate blood pressure, assist with cardiac arrhythmias and angina pectoris and most other heart and vascular problems. What happened to it?
Why is Homeopathy attacked, despite following a similar philosophy as the concept of vaccinations do?
How come that the concept of Bach’s Flower Remedies to manage emotions and moods isn’t part of every school curriculum, management training course, self help group or personal growth seminar?
What’s happening to:
Pine, Dandelion and other highly effective plant extracts
Quercetin and Zinc
— just to mention a few — and how could they be used in life-long preventive healthcare and for personal wellness? None of these cost a fortune, are easy and safe to handle and provide direct, immediate and measurable results.
Old technologies (e.g. high-frequency plasma based electrode glass tubes and electro therapies used for treating pains and skin conditions) have also kind of disappeared, despite working reliably and being proven for nearly a century in the world famous Zeileis health center in Austria.
There would be far more treasures to mention, but the idea here is to inspire a starting point for conducting your own research on such “lost” therapies and technologies.
Note: if you are interested and a Premium Member, I’m happy to connect you to those who may have the answers you seek and who help doing such research for you.
Upwards and Onwards
Next to past treasures there are many future hopefuls as well, mostly driven by innovative technologies. For instance:
Photodynamic Laser Therapy is an antimicrobial photodynamic therapy (“aPDT”) and very effective for lyme disease, hepatitis and general infectious diseases, used in combination with photosensitizers that can be administered orally or as infusion. The body uses this light to produce energy (ATP), strengthen the immune system, improve blood circulation and oxygenation, decrease inflammations, and much more.
Whole-Body Hyperthermia is a method which can be used to stimulate the immune system and metabolism, and improve blood circulation, which contributes to better nutrition and oxygenation of the entire body, having a positive impact on various diseases, such as cancer, but also hypertension, chronic pain diseases, as well as in the field of anti-aging, detoxification and improving regeneration after physical stress.
The Power of Sound holds many different ways to healing one’s self and others, using frequencies, mantras, music and nature sounds with the principles of resonance and the help of certain equipment (such as special types of speakers and acoustic holograms, vibrocymatic sound beds, bone conduction headsets, singing bowls, etc.) and by tapping into one’s own innermost individual groundnote.
These are just a few examples where we can expect further breakthroughs in the future, but there are many others:
A blast of Ultrasound could rejuvenate aging cells19,
Optogenetic manipulation of stomatal kinetics has shown to improve carbon assimilation, water consumption, and growth20, and
Wireless implants can control neurons with light:
We can be hopeful about many more emerging technologies and I will explore them in future posts in greater detail. Also — if you read this newsletter regularly, you know I’m often at the fringe of current science and more inclined towards looking into what the future might bring, but that’s simply because I think real innovation and major breakthroughs in research can only happen on the edge.
So when there is a topic you’re particularly interested in, I’d be happy to make an effort to dive in and address it — equally if you have experience, knowledge or a guest article you would like to share, I’m keen to hear it.
Trust and Verify
Whoever embarks on a journey of “self” (-realization, -analysis, -reflection, -help, etc.) at some point meets with doubts. This is no different when trying to find ways to heal thyself. Trusting one’s intuition during early research phases in my opinion is the right principle to adopt, but later in the process, verifying such assumptions is key.
"Whoever listens to his body and learns to understand its language holds the key to health. The feeling within one's body is more important than any medicine and also more important than any "objective" rational knowledge." — Mattias Desmet, The Psychology of Totalitarianism21.
Nowadays there are many ways to examine whether we’re on the right track or not. It’s relatively easy to conduct certain tests directly at home (e.g. urine, stool, hair, saliva, etc.) whilst for others (e.g. bloodwork, brain, connective tissues, etc.) finding a medical professional who can also recommend a suitable lab doing checks with specific parameters in mind, is critical22.
This can help to research and identify one’s personal “health status quo”, prior to any medical interventions one may be considering. A D-Dimer test may not be essential for everyone, but an analysis of Vitamin-D levels, micronutrients, tryglycerides and the highly sensitive c-reactive protein (hsCRP) could make sense for most of us.
It really depends on what you want to clarify or what you want to achieve as there are hundreds of tests one can do. Surely the neurostress, microbiome, heavy metal and dark field blood analyses are also applicable for many and whilst the ADMA test, NT-proBNP and platelets are all related to the cardiovascular system (so important for everyone), it really depends on the individual (and family) predisposition.
I’m not a huge fan of bio-hacking under normal circumstances as I believe that tracking each and every aspect of our biological nature ends up making us more robotic and less human (and also feeds into the nocebo effect mentioned earlier).
However, I do think that comparing before and after situations are needed to verify intuition levels and stabilize the trust one can have in their self-healing and analyzing abilities, thereby providing an important data point to either rule out the aforementioned placebo effect or rather using it to one’s advantage.
Possible Health Concerns
Now what are those growing challenges and perhaps somewhat predictable health concerns one might want to consider going forward?
all those things sprayed into our atmosphere (under the umbrella of geoengineering and with the stated goal to reduce global warming) — who truly knows today how those substances affect humans via air, water and food?
the many injections humanity has been exposed to over the past decades (and particularly the more experimental ones in recent years) — what will be the long-term consequences and results over generations?23
intransparent and unreliable (or even fully disrupted) medical and food production and supply (e.g. blood banks, synthetic meat, standard medicines such as insuline24, etc.) — where is what available and how can who be trusted?
new wireless radiation (e.g. 60Ghz millimeter waves in the case of 5G25) which touch more closely on our biological nature than all other wireless technologies during the past century — what will be the evolutionary impact on our DNA?
geopolitical disputes faught with frequency weapons (e.g. “Havana syndrome”26, “Neurostrike”27, etc.), whether in secret or in the form of a full blown “scalar war”28 — what can the common people do to defend themselves?
commercially driven marketing and advertising campaigns using A.I. algorithms and technologies which can deeply affect our physical and mental health — who knows what unpredictable side effects these could cause in our subsconscious?
Don’t believe me?
Just watch this short video by Audio Spotlight29, a technology which has been in use for over 10 years. By focusing sound at a specific target (like a laser pointer you could confuse cats with), it can whisper into people’s ears individually (even in a crowd) using a highly targeted audio beam on top of an ultrasound wave:
It sounds like a voice in your head — or if you’re more spiritually inclined: like the “Voice of God”. Of course it could merely be used for advertising purposes as depicted in the video, but then again, one could also drive people crazy with it30 or explore its military applications31.
Let’s also not forget that the recent pandemic proves how bioweapons warfare and gain of function (GOF) related research can easily lead to future breakouts32. Nobody wants this of course, but unfortunately it’s a reality that cannot be ignored.
And what about global inititatives such as “One Health”33, where one is inclined to ask: what about “My Health”? The World Health Organization (WHO)’s proposed amendments to the international health regulations (IHR) and the related pandemic treaty could grant it power over far more than pandemic responses by combining human and animal health with environmental concerns (“climate change”) into one — leaving little (or no) choice to “heal thyself”.
Finally, will we still be able to age gracefully in future? Earlier in the year, a Yale Professor suggested mass suicide for old people in Japan34. And before you think I’m mad, realize that 3D printed 'do-it-yourself death pods'35 are already legally operating today. Maybe as long as there is a way to get out of that thing, many will accept it.
Perhaps we should focus on building MedBeds and not DeathBeds.
How to Prepare?
I think it’s quite impossible to prepare for every little thing that may or may not happen in future, but history has shown that the rise of good hygiene was the single biggest cause for the eradication of infectious diseases in the 20th century.
Similarly, a solid detoxification regime combined with good nutrition (and wherever possible an annual fasting week), certainly makes for a fantastic ally to build upon the old saying: “the best defense is a good offense”. We may never be able to fully avoid pathogens entering our systems, but we can certainly do more to strengthen our body and mind to better deal with it.
Immunity always comes at a price but its value often lasts a lifetime.
On the technology side we could do quite a few things proactively. From investing into more secure hardware and software, to becoming alerted when systems are trying to influence36 us or by simply calming our senses37 whenever possible.
So help yourself, then God helps you.
The Internet Archive (John Hopkins Medicine): Study Suggests Medical Errors Now Third Leading Cause of Death in the U.S.
HatchardReport.com: Deaths up 14%, Natural Birth Increase Down 28%, Disability is up 37.5%.
Great Game India: How EMFs And 5G Can Cause Miscarriage And Infertility.
Twitter (@Johanne31785773): List of 1,300 side effects of the Covid vaccines (Pfizers own documents it wanted to keep secret for 75 years before a US judge ordered their release).
YouTube Video [GERMAN]: Zu Risiken und Nebenwirkungen - Medizin ohne Kontrolle? Zusammenfassung der Veranstaltung.
Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC): World-Renowned Physician Receives Public Acknowledgement from Accuser.
Asai Germanium Japan Website: 56 years of research and innovation for healthy life.
Dr. Kazuhiko Asai’s famous book on Organic Germanium was published in 1980 by Japan Publications and was out of print by 1989, for Premium Subscribers here it is:
It’s still available in German under the title “Organisches Germanium. Eine Hoffnung für viele Kranke.”
New Scientist: A blast of ultrasound waves could rejuvenate ageing cells.
RF Globalnet (2001): Fixed Wireless Communications at 60GHz Unique Oxygen Absorption Properties.
Frank Joe J. Pompei is the inventor and founded Holosonics (the company behind Audio Spotlight) more than a decade ago.
The New York Times (Internet Archive): A Yale Professor Suggested Mass Suicide for Old People in Japan. What Did He Mean?
Scottish Daily Express: Outrage as scientist backs gas chamber 'death pod' scheme for Scotland.