Rich, nothing is ‘off topic’ in the Miscellaneous section except preaching Theosophy or bornagain chumpism or otherwise promoting the corporate world order’s dumbing-down mind control creepiness.
I was first inspired, in 1974, to strive for a vitalizing diet by the book, RATIONAL FASTING, by Arnold Ehret, wriitten around 1900, I think. He advocated and demonstrated living on fruit, even walked across the Sahara Desert on that diet. Ehret was evidently not entirely rational. He insiisted that the lungs pumpeed the blood and not the heart, for instance, but I’ve always found it convenient to put more attention on what people do than on what they say or believe, so I wasn’t put off by that. His profession was an instructor of drawing (sketching) and he had no science training. He evidently cured a lot of very sick people by supervising their transition to a fruit diet.
I was working for a couple of fruitarians at the time and they, too, demonstrated some pretty impressive evidence that this was benefiicial. I met one other person who had been on that diet for several years and the guy was full of energy and was very quick and sharp, mentally.
It took me a couple more years to get onto a raw food diet, mostly influenced by Ann Wigmore’s recommendations involving wheat grass juice and sprouts. During a time I was in college in the day and also working full time at nights, sleeping three or four hours in 24 and walking 20 miles per day I sort of hit my stride. It’s the best I ever felt and I was in my late 20s.
The problem I had at the time, which is also the problem that my fruitarian employers and their fruitarian friend experiienced, was that I found it literally impossible to relate to anyone, including my starter wife, because my energy level was so high. I was incredibly lonely and the nearest raw fooders were 80 miles away, in Boston (Ann Wigmore’s place).
When Carol and I went to the Raw Spirit Festival in Sedona, last fall, I was expecting to encounter a bunch of food nazis, which is how vegans mostly impress me, frankly. I was pleasantly surprised to find very few ideologues in that bunch, though, and Carol felt inspired to strive toward a more vital diet, perhaps just in time. She’d beeen poisoned by sewer rat agency ‘representatives’ a half dozen times, on trips taken without me along, and so severely that if it weren’t for the zapper she likely would not have survived any of them. Kelly got similarly poisoned on his first trip to UK in 2003 and was hospitalized, perhaps because he didn’t use a zapper. Several others among us have been poisoned, that way, but it became standard practice to put a zapper on when acute, severe sickness symptoms first start.
While at that festival we decided to try the three-month liver/colon cleanse regimen called, ‘Dr Natura,’ because David Wolfe endorsed it. drnatura.com is the site. Six months later, Carol’s still undergoing some pretty severe detox on acccountt of all that poison residue that’s now getting drawn outt and expelled. My similar period of symptoms only lasted a few weeks, during the last month of hte colon/liver flush, because I didn’t get poisoned as much as she did. She’s looking and feellng bbettter than she has for the past seven years, though. It was seven years ago that the paramilitary sewer rat started trying to murder her with poisons during trips, usually abroad.
The feds evidently sprayed aerosol bio-poison on the crowd in Sedona on the last day of the festival and a whole lot of people got sick, we found out a little later through correspondence with our many new contacts.
When people who are on a viital diet get poisoned they recover a lot faster and suffer a lot less. These folks who were sickened by the chemtrails between 1998 and mid-2002 experience less suffering than folks who were similarly damaged by the same bioweaponry and I think the raw foodists witth the designer chronic sicknesses are much more likely to be cured with ChemBuster, perhaps because their colons aren’t liined with ancient, processed culinary artifacts. It’s interesting that bioweaponry can affect anyone, regardless of ‘lifestyle.’ It was a real crapshoot, so to speak, whether one got sickened or not–‘good diet’ probably didn’t preserve anyone in particular from being damaged. Maybe it was mainly a function of timing, susceptibilty, severity of specific assaults and biorhythms–who knows? Carol and I got dosed so heavily with chemtrails in the early years, once, that we smelled kerosene and had to run our windshield wipers–no joke!
By the way, if you see chemtrail assaults at night, made in a checkerboard fashion, it may be that they’re dumping toxic metal on your commmunity. This is unusual, thank God, but it still happens. Steve and Dooney got dosed that way, a couple of weeks ago, and STeve found toxiic metals in their bodies with testing. If that happens where you live, please contact me at [email protected] because I want to keep track of these and publish about it so that maybe these $#!+birds will be compelled to stop doing it. They require relative secrecy to commit their crimes, now, and the internet is a powerful weapon to use against them.
I was sickened by chemtrails during the experimental phase in late 1995 but cured in a day with my first zapper, several months later. I was evidently sickened by onlyy one exposure, though; I think that daily exposure is what did so much damage in those years (1998-2002) when chemtrails were omnipresent on several continents.
Thirty years ago, most of the raw foodists and fruitarians I knew were ideologues, so they weren’t pleasant to be around. They turned food into a sort of religion that was preached like Theosophy and bornagain chumpism. A lot of vegans still tend to be that way–much like the way bornagain chumps weaponize ‘the Bible.’ There’s been a positive shift, since then and the people we met in Sedona were much more open minded and pursued their dietary experiments with a healthier sort of zeal. One of them we met eats raw meat occasionally, by the way, and she wasn’t treated like a pariah by the rest.
There are even ‘militant vegans’ who sabotage grocery stores–no kiidding! Someone who worked in a big health food store once told me that the store experienced a lot of trouble from vegans who opened up the spigot of the honey barrel every day at closing time so that the employees would have to stay late and clean up the spreading puddle of honey. The vegans were protesting ‘the exploitation of bees.’
I once took a long train ride and became acquainted with some Jains from India. They also believed that it was bad eat animal products or exploit animals. Some of their priests even avoid stepping bugs and wear a cloth over their faces so that they won’t breathe in any tiny animals. Those people on the train were incredibl healthy looking and clear-countenanced and the snacks they had made and shared with us were nutritious and tasty. The husband was an engineer who helped develop the silent rotor blades for the CIA’s helicopters, by the way [Image Can Not Be Found]
Doc Stevo very strongly advocates eating meat and animal products. The very detailed arguments that he presents are just as compelling as the arguments that vegans and fruitarians present in the opposite direction. I don’t like to eat meat and I can be quite healthy without animal products. I know that from experience, so arguments to the contrary don’t compel me as much as they otherwise might but I think Stevo’s approach to nutriition and healing-with-food has a lot of genuine merit if one is inclined to eat his way.
When Carol and I spent a few months in South Texas in late 2000 we were literally unable to find a restaurant that featured a vegetarian menu and not ordering meat or chicken was a social hazard, arousing the ire and impatience of the servers. I think that a lot of people who are devoted to meat-eating get angry when they encounter someone who doesn’t care for meat, sort of like how some people who drink alcohol get angry at you if you won’t drink with them, socially.
One can play the Matching Game if one is a food nazi. For every argument and example that criticizes one’s food paradigm one can throw down another, ‘matching’ opposing example or argument, ad infinitum. It’s kind of like trench warfare [Image Can Not Be Found]
I once read a commentary on anthropology iin which the author noted, with glee, that anthropoligists typically travelled to Africa to find evidence to support a perrsonal belief paradigm. Anthropologists who believe that humanity are essentially worthless sought out a cultural group that represented the lowest possible human standards and were constantly miserable and they documented and published their experiences to ‘prove’ their assumptions. I think those anthropologists are mostly sponsored by the corporate world order. Anthropologists who believed in interdependence and human progress sought out cultural groups in Africa that demonstrated that, rather, and published their findings to support their assumptions. The latter don’t generally thrive in the corporate academic environment, of course.
You can find the whole gamut of cultures in Uganda, by the way. In our gifting sorties we saw it all because Doc Kayiwa took us to deliver orgonite to some villages and neighborhoods that were dedicated to the bad-magic industry. Sort of like the CIA/NSA psi corps is [Image Can Not Be Found]
Carol and I met Afrikaaners and Germans in Namibia who evidently eat meat every day and they looked as healthy as any vegans we’ve met. There are obviously other factors involved that zealots in the two opposing food-ideology camps might overlook. In the case of Africa, the meat they eat is probably a lot ‘cleaner’ than the stuff people over here eat is and the ambient energy of that continent is so envigorating that it’s perhaps possible to be healthy and vital on a lousier diet, to some degree.
Very poor Africans who live mainly on refined corn meal, hydrogenated oils, sugar, and drink polluted water are likely to remain sick and depleted, of course, and that accounts for a lot of sick people, there. I read that a woman in South Afriica is curing AIDS simply by helping sufferers get onto a diet that includes fresh vegetables and less adulterated food. Georg Ritschl might know her.
When we factor in the corporate world order’s mandate to sicken everyone in a parasitic fashion then it’s easy to see why most of the food in the grocery store is polluted, mutated and/or adulterated in a way that causes or supports sickness. The food cartel is a major player in sabotaging humanity, just as the pharmaceutical cartel and petroleum cartel are. I suppose ‘syndicate’ is a more precise term for these criminal organizations than ‘cartel.’ [Image Can Not Be Found]
When they started introducing all this poisonous crap, a couple of geenerations ago, people were generally healthier than they are now. When I was a little kid, early 1950s, every home had a deep fat fryer that got used almost every day. The fryers were filled with pig fat but the incidence of heart disease was much lower than it is, now, when you rarely see deep fat fryers and even the Pajama People try to ‘stay away from cholesterol.’ There are several other trends like this and the good part of that is that people are generally getting more conscious of the connection between food and sickness. More people have stopped drinking tap water, too, and that’s another positive sign.
If I don’t mention that the main problem with circulatory sickness is evidently just fungus in the arteries then I might be inviting a flurry of posts in this thread about this subject. When antibiotics became widely used, in the 1950s, circulatory sickness rates went through the roof, as they did with soldiers in WWII who first got antibiotics. Antibiotics are highly acidic fungal toxins that promote the growth and spread of fungus throughout the body. They incidentally kill a few bacteria species along the way, though bacteria are easily able to mutate into hardier species, so anttibiotics produced by the pharma carrtel ahve to be made more and more acidic to ‘keep up,’ and so people who use antibiotics get sicker and sicker. Even teh cheapest, simplest zappers destroy the fungi that have eaten holes in the arteries, so the arterial walls are repaired and the cholesteral that the body had wisely produced to patch these holes then gets dissolved and reabsorbed; the organic components are then usable for other construtive functions. People who offer more complex scenarios are probably selling something and/or are opposed to something else on an ideological basis.
Antibiotics are evidently also responsible for the odd way that large worms typically now end up growing in the heart, brain, pancreas and other organs in people who have been subjected by MDs (serial killers; terrorists) to these prescribed poisons. Fungal toxins made the colon wall permeable, so worm stages passed through from the colon into the rest of the body like commuters move through the turnstyles at subway stations. The simplest, cheapest zappers kill all those worms and appraently even help the body to repair the terrorized colon walls.
In some big regions of North America you can get organic food, including meat, in all the major grocery stores. Ten years ago that wasn’t so. Sure, some stores, like MalWart, probably lie about their food being organic but it still indicates a positive awareness trend. The government’s standards for organic food are less sringent than private standarrds and I think that farmers who are sincere about selling organic food prefer to adhere to the private standards. It’s become profitable for them to grow organic food and because there is now competition in stores, the prices are coming down, at least in America. I read that Congress is trying to outlaw organic agricultture but of course if the treasonous Executive branch of gov’t tries to enforce these fake laws they’ll fail, just the same way that the US Gov’t, itself, will surely fall if they try to overtly enforce the Patriot Acts.
The market rules, not the parasites in Washington, DC. Carol and I have been earning our livlihood on the black market for the nine years we’ve been together. If ‘laws’ were enforceable we’d be iin prison, along with twenty or so million other business people in America who won’t abide by these Hitler/Stalin/Mao/Roosevelt laws.
When someone is an ideologue he/she will tailor a presentation based on an biased array of factual information. Important facts are simply left out of these presentations because the intention is not to educate but to persuade. People who strive for intellectual integrity won’t do that; they’re motivated to discover the truth rather than to promote some narrow ideological or commercial paradigm. People who turn food into a religion might have healthy bodies but their minds and hearts might be sewers
I was discouraged from remaining on a raw food diet in the 70s because people, back then, were a lot more brutish than we are bby now. My experience in Sedona made it obvious that I could get back onto a vitalizing diet and still be able to relate comfortably with anyone.
I think that the spread of orgonite, rather than causing this development, is more likely a synergistic evidence that humanity is generally just waking up, now, and that implies more individual accountability and tolerance.
Growing crops is a more efficient way to use farmland for food than growing animals is and farmers who don’t have livestock are free to travel much of the year but farmers who have livestock are tied to home the way people who care for invalids are. Thase are ‘compelling arguments’ against meat eating.
Compelling arguments in favor of meat eating:
After you and I have reversed all the deserts wiith intelligently placed, simple orgonite devices there will be an overabundance of pasture land, at least until the world’s population reaches a hundred billion or so.
Simple, cheap zappers very quickly cure nearly all of the sicknesses that livestock are prone to.
immediatelyy after the corporate world order is thrown down, millions of braindead, greedy Pajama People farmers will no longer be able to poison meat with costly toxic chemicals, growth hormones, antibiotics, etc.
See how silly it is to argue about food on an ideological basis? I’ve personally assumed that humanity will gradually lose interest in raiising animals for food but if I’m wrong about that I don’t really care, much.