As my readership has grown it has become harder to be as personal as I was in the early days of the IMVA. Many things have changed during the past few years and my tendency has been to become more reclusive even as my work expands. It is truly amazing that I have, in the space of a few short years, been able to impact the way many clinicians practice their medicine. Natural Allopathic Medicine is seeing the light of day and I continue to get letters of people’s success stories.
If one looks at all my sites one can see I am one of the most open and exposed individuals on the planet, willing to share about everything, but in my personal life the need only increases to be cautious with people and how I spend my time. I used to be the kind of person who was too open, too ready to share my vulnerability and thus in my younger days was perceived as needy. Now I have swung perhaps to the opposite extreme but am happy with the intimacies of family life and solitude when not otherwise engaged.
These past few days I have been climbing to the top of a mountain to sit quietly at the source of a river in the interior highlands of Brazil. It’s a perfect place to meditate and ponder the Waters of Life as I work to finish my book on water. It is a great responsibility to be writing on water because it is so important and basic to life. People have been praying and pleading with me not to fall into a commercial hole like some of my peers have.
It is my almost fanatical attachment to truth that protects me from such a fall and also my freedom from greed or the insecurity that propels most people to always seek more riches even when they have enough. There is something higher guiding me, or just my pure heart (organ of truth), which has been able to sniff out medical truth like a hound dog.
I have been publically called a humanitarian, and one way in which I have tried to care for our race as a whole is to establish a form of medicine that is affordable to everyone. That is not easy when we find billions living on less than five dollars a day. But the world’s governments could easily supply every man, woman, and child on our planet with enough sodium bicarbonate, iodine, and magnesium chloride, as well as some clay and some other choice items, to make a world of difference in terms of public health.
I am presently restarting my Sanctuary project, and another way people will find me following a humanitarian footprint is that I am going to share a healthy percentage of what comes from the project with the local village. It is the common people, those more native to the area who have held my soul to Sanctuary, not the more sophisticated ones who have come from all over the world to live in our hidden valley.
Certainly it is not the doctors from Brasilia who have their retreat homes here who attract me. I met one the other day at a restaurant and when I told her I wanted to open up an iodine plant here to make the Nascent Iodine, she went ballistic about how iodine is bad and then ran off in a huff.
For many years people have been asking for my recommendations about water filtration and treatment systems, but it is only now that I have come to my final conclusions, which I will be sharing with you all shortly. One cannot be too careful when making universal recommendations about water or anything else in medicine and health.
Two weeks ago Dr. Oleg Yasko flew in with his wife from Moscow to personally put in my hands the first copy of my second edition Transdermal Magnesium Therapy book translated and printed into Russian. It will still be at least two months before the second edition is out in English. It is gratifying to have Dr. Yasko opening up my work to the Russian people.
He also brought me some wonderful videos made in Russia about water and I will use clips from them to include in the book. I am also friends with water scientist Konstantin Korotkov, who visited with me a year ago with his lovely wife, a doctor inSt. Petersburg. I will be bringing in the work of more than several Russian scientists whose work on water is quite astounding and inspiring. For instance, one would think that water having a memory quite ridiculous, but then we realize that our brains are mostly water. All of human physiology is based on water and that includes the capacity to remember.
On the western side is my friend Robert Slovack who is the president of Quinton Water. He is an experiencedwater pro and was involved with the development of RO water filtration. Using seawater itself as a medicine is perfectly aligned with my medical miracles from the sea paradigm, which is what magnesium oil is. Robert has coached me on water for years and I guess he has stuck near me because he recently said, “You are simply the best writer in the health and wellbeing industry.” Gee when one’s friends say things like this… more feelings of responsibility surface and I think I will go play some music instead.
There is a lot at stake, life is not a joke or a party any longer, but don’t tell that to many first-world people who still think everything is fair. Dr. Garry F. Gordon reports on startling statistics from a Journal of the American Medical Association study, “Double the number of children with chronic health conditions from 12.5 to 26 percent in just the past eight years. At that rate, it can double again in another eight years and the health care crisis will be upon us and the costs can bankrupt everyone. What are the causes of this epidemic of poor health? I hope all of you know by now, it is not a deficiency of drugs.”
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It is sad but true: the children are paying the price of living in a modern civilization driven by profit, comfort and power and we should not mourn its fall when it happens—though it will not be comfortable living in a failing civilization. We are a race of mad beings who have allowed, for thousands of years, mostly monsters to rule and lord over us.
It’s strange, but as everyone who has ever smoked cigarettes knows, we humans have a suicidal tendency to poison ourselves and there have been plenty of industrialists who have been more than happy to accommodate us. Now we have medical officials insisting that there is no problem with injecting mercury into babies (and everyone else). And again we find insistence that a good booster of mercury (in the flu vaccine) is even good for the children.
If we were ever to revolt against the insanities of the world system, I would think the first place would be against the CDC and the FDA. No one is holding their breath, though. The vaccinated masses and the pharmaceutically-dependent and drugged-out population just don’t have much left in them to resist, so nature will have to step in and clean up the mess. It is hard to look at the economic and financial storms that are threatening the world economy as a positive development. But perhaps a dramatic collapse will sweep a good part of modern civilization’s institutions away. We should be so lucky because the alternatives are horrifying.
I am not a man of hate, resentment, or violence. I usually bend like a slender tree in the wind to the realities of the world and the people around me. So it can be hard to express appropriate feelings toward institutions and people who easily compete with the worst from the Nazi era. Since childhood I can remember people asking, “How could the German people have let it all happen?” All we have to do is look around us to study the answer.
I really don’t like leaving you all with such heavy pronouncements. So I will leave you all with my love and best wishes and my dedication to bring to the world the best guidance in terms of health, medicine and water.