Though I was born a Jew, people should appreciate that I am a servant of the Divine Mother Mary – have been visited by her – and have built a shrine for her as the Universal Goddess at my Sanctuary here in Brazil.
Fifteen years ago I have even had my own conversations with God and I wrote them down in writings I call “The Oneness of Being.” I don’t talk about this kind of stuff much but something must be nudging me in the moment to do so. I guess what I am saying or trying to admit is that I have a divine mission – a deep purpose – that is one of the most precious things one can have in life. Many psychologists define fulfillment in terms of meaning and purpose.
Being the voice in the virtual wilderness is my destiny as long as there is an Internet to shout out onto and as long as I have life and breath. Yes my purpose has been to lead a revolution in medicine and provide to as much of humanity as possible a life raft of safe and effective medicinals – the kind medical officials and even other people (as we shall see tomorrow) don’t want you to know about or use.
They will let you know medicinals such as baking soda exist but will advertise mostly the downside when the upside is huge and incredibly safe. Doctors and medical organizations, as well as government officials, love to use fear when talking about medicine, but the greatest thing we should fear is the principles and practices of contemporary medicine.
Imagination is more important than knowledge.
– Albert Einstein
I am under no illusion about being divinely led by the nose into what I have discovered, into what I have created. Funny I did not even open up my imagination until I was about 38, and that’s now 20 years ago. That’s when I started writing my first poetry, which eventually evolved into divine verse. Then divine medicine. I don’t think any of us is that intelligent but when we plug into the divine beings that surround us we get supercharged with what they have to offer our minds and beings.
It is really not a good time in the world to be talking spiritually with so much fanaticism loose in the world. It is my experience that rigid thinking has nothing to do with true spirituality, yet that is the hallmark of much of religious life. Fixed concepts and ideas have drowned out much of the love that we have needed to create both a humane civilization and certainly humane medicine.