Say it ain’t so! Enlightening but not surprising confessions of a former pharmaceutical company representative and pharmaceutical user exposing the drug companies goals to keep people addicted to drugs, not help heal them. I am so shocked — NOT! Brought to my attention by one of my greatest teachers, Dean Martens, master herbalist and founder of Herbs of Light, some of the finest herbal products you can buy.
I hear so much bad health and nutrition advice from young (and some not so young) self-proclaimed “health experts.” Anyone can make it through their 40s eating and living poorly to a certain extent. As I’m fond of saying, results are all that matter. When people ask me about conflicting natural health advice from this guru or that, especially within the raw food communities, I tell them to listen to the folks who have made it past their 50s and are obviously healthy. Folks like Brian and Anna Maria Clement, Gabriel Cousens, the astounding octogenarian Bob Delmonteque, Peter Ragnar, Jack Lalanne, Jay Cordich, Dr. Medicine Wolf, and others, or if you’re so lucky, some of the amazing yogis and chi-gong masters of Asia. Here is a recent addition to that list, 109-year-old Bernando LaPallo, obviously in amazing health for his age, or even someone 50 years younger.
One of the lessons I’ve learned in this life is, when you gain power, you empower others. Hoarding power in any form (including wealth, strength, information, knowledge, energy, etc.) is always self destructive in the end. So I believe strongly in empowering myself and others. Those who are most revered in human history understood this and were about empowering others.
So it is my philosophy to teach others how to fish, rather than sell them fish. To that end, after testing organic food and discovering it is sadly lacking in nutrients, and knowing what can be done about it, I have been on a mission to teach others how to make their own nutrient-dense high ORMUS probiotic antioxidant superfoods, rather than to simply make and sell them. What the heck does that mean? ORMUS is an acronym for Orbitally Rearranged Monatomic (or Microclustered) Elements. In a nutshell, they are a small group of platinum group elements or minerals on the periodic chart which can occur as collections of individual atoms in white ceramic powder form rather than as a normal metal composed of atoms bound to each other. They have amazing healing and regenerative properties, and many applications in technologies such as free energy generation, antigravity propulsion, and more. They are at the root of ANYTHING that heals and regenerates living organisms, be it food, water, energy, body or mind work, etc. They are where the mind-body-food connection actually occurs.
Probiotics are beneficial bacteria which can be ingested to aid digestion and crowd out pathogenic parasites and microbes in the body, which are a major detractor to immune system strength and health. Antioxidants are negatively charged particles in whole living organic food, water, and other substances we ingest which neutralize positively charged free radicals that cause damage at a cellular level. Nutrient-dense living food and water are high in all of these traits, which is why they are so rejuvenative. The problem is, nutrient-dense organic food is a scarce commodity on this planet, not normally found even in health food stores today. So in order to have it, we must grow or ferment what we can ourselves, educate local growers about the concepts of and resources for nutrient dense farming, and supplement our diets with these types of “superfoods.” How? Follow this blog, get on my email list, and listen to this talk I gave in Houston about this very important topic. I will be speaking about this for years to come.
Audio: How To Make Your Own Nutrient-Dense High ORMUS
Probiotic Antioxidant Superfoods, 2 hours, 13 mins
Back in the 60s when I was in 7th grade, my mother brought home some chocolate covered ants shaped like Hershey’s Kisses from a local gourmet store. I ate them just to enjoy the chocolate; didn’t really taste the ants, though they added a bit of a crunch. I figured since it didn’t kill me, I could eat ants from the playground sidewalks at school to gross-out my friends. Over a few days of this, it exploded into a sideshow of lunchtime gawkers. Then I realized if I charged each person a quarter, I could buy all the Captain Crunch Ice Cream Bars I wanted from the school cafeteria. So it endured for a while, and a school legend was born. Years later, at my North Carolina high school graduation awards day, as I walked down the auditorium aisle to pick up my award for “Most Likely to be Committed,” I heard someone in the audience say “Ewww, that’s that dude who eat flies.” The ebonical commentator had mixed my legacy of 7th grade ant eating with my 6th grade hobby of slamming flies in my notebook, arranging them neatly into rows, and labeling the flies with my classmates names, much like a yearbook. (That one was so popular it became a status symbol to be in my fly “yearbook.”)
But I digress. Here’s an interesting and hilarious video of raw food guru David Wolfe talking seriously about eating ants to get vitamin B12. His earnest demeanor makes me laugh, though he’s likely correct. I’m considering getting back to my old gig, but now I have a moral dilemma: is it morally reprehensible to eat conscious beings, small and segmented that they are? Science has proven plants are also sentient and able to read the minds of humans (see The Secret Life of Plants by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird), so really I have no moral high ground. Thought I was a vegan but now I may become a vegetarian alkalarian insectivore. Guess I’ll have to re-read what Gandhi said about it all.
I also met Compton at Raw Spirit in an unusual circumstance. He was selling his supplements at a vendor’s booth. I was impressed with his products simply from seeing how he was making them, and even more so after drinking a shot of one of his elixirs. I could immediately feel energy flowing through my body. Well, Compton asked me about the EMF pendant I was wearing, and said he wanted one because it had such incredible energy. I was puzzled at first because the pendant I was wearing was nothing special. Then I realized, what he was feeling was the Stress Shield device I had in my pocket. I pulled it out, and he said “Yes! That’s it, that’s what I’m feeling! I want one!” He is the only person I’ve met who can actually feel the scalar energy the device emits, so I knew this guy was very special. Turns out he is brilliant as well, and also makes amazing fermented supplements that have been energized by crystals and include powdered crystals in the ferment. Now if you think crystal energy is some kind of nebulous woo woo new age nonsense, you don’t know about the science of crystallography, taught in the most prestigious universities in the world, such as MIT.
The problem with ingesting powdered rocks is, the body can’t metabolize much or any of it. But through the brilliant quantum mechanical alchemy of fermentation, the minerals are broken down into monatomic ORMUS and microclustered elements and become bioavailable. Compton also uses some very special Native American herbs and other exotic ingredients not found in other supplements. For example, he uses high temperature probiotics from Hawaiian volcanoes to culture his ferments. Brilliant, and the bottom line is, they work.
Here is Compton talking about some of his cool products:
I met Medicine Wolf at the Raw Spirit Festival in Sedona September 2008. We both instantly clicked because it’s rare that either of us finds another person we can speak to in depth about the cutting edge science of how the body, food, consciousness, and nature interact. Medicine Wolf is an MD, an ND, Iroquois medicine man, and much more. He worked at Los Alamos Labs in New Mexico, developed free energy devices, and healing techniques that so threatened status quo industries our government tried to silence him. For years he had to publish through other people. Now he has a whole line of supplements that contain ORMUS, ie, monatomic and microclustered minerals that have amazing healing properties. He also makes products to rejuvenate soil, plants, and pets. He is creating solutions to counter the chemicalization and radiation of the planet. I have used his products and highly recommend them. You can see his one-hour lecture at the 2008 Raw Spirit Festival here:
here’s a great interview with him by Dr. Len Horowitz:
here’s a medicine wheel he and friends made in Sedona, Arizona:
The “frequency 528″ he refers to is sound waves at a frequency of 528 cycles per second (Hertz) that have been discovered to heal DNA, an example of which is here:
There is an explosion of internet marketers and self-proclaimed “world leading gurus/superheroes” dispensing all kinds of really bad health advice and nonsense, adding to the confusion for people discovering the living foods lifestyle. Often the real masters in the world don’t seek publicity because they spend their time creating solutions for a better world, not marketing or conjuring up a daily flow of verbal diarrhea to capture the eyeballs of prospects. (Of course there are some amazing master teachers very much in the public eye.) Here are some of my favorite healers who most people have never heard of, providing some of the best truly natural health solutions in the world, very cutting edge, and yet ancient and based in nature too:
I was amazed when I learned that Paul Yanick was living right here in my home town of lil’ old New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Paul is a truly world-class scientist; he has knowledge of not only cutting-edge quantum physics and cellular biology, but he’s also deeply intuitive and understands the ways of nature beyond that of most humans. He makes a line of fermented food-based supplements that rebuild the body from the cellular and energetic levels on up. He understands that 85% of the body’s cells are “commensal” cells, that is, nonhuman bacteria. His own testing has also shown that most raw food products sold online contain mold. So to rebuild health, one has to start with the microscopic organisms, using food-based supplements that do not contain mold. Paul’s brilliant fermented products do that. His fermented foods and probiotics are so far beyond others because he does amazing things with them. He ferments his cultures with a brilliant array of synergistic plant-based foods over several months, all while immersed in a scalar field. Then he throws a different culture into the pot, different foods, and ferments them all again. Then he does it again, and again — in a scalar field. Some of his products take years to make. They work extremely well and are very affordable. He has a bunch of great books and videos, mainly for natural health practitioners.
You may have heard the insane story several years ago about Canadian farmer Percy Schmeizer who was sued by Monsanto after their genetically engineered canola from a neighboring farm contaminated his non-GMO crops. One would think that Schmeizer would have the upper hand and Monsanto would be on the offensive for ruining Schmeizer’s 1400 acres of canola, but unbelievably, Monsanto sued Schmeizer for failing to pay a fee for the use of the GMO technology that Schmeizer didn’t even want. Initially Monsanto won the lawsuit and Schmeizer was ordered to pay, with very dire implications for all property owners worldwide. In that lawsuit, the judge ruled that if any plants anywhere became contaminated by Monsanto’s GMO technology, those plants became property of Monsanto. Insane! Fortunately after years of legal battles and spending over $200,000 (his life savings), Percy Schmeizer finally prevailed in March 2008. He could have capitulated for a couple thousand bucks and a slap on the wrist. He chose instead to stop the corporate madness for us all. We all owe him. Here is his web site where you can donate to help him recover some of his losses.
Here’s a great video of Hippocrates Health Institute co-founder, Viktoras Kulvinskas, recalling the history of Hippocrates Institute, and giving bits of advice along the way. I had a week of enzyme nutrition with Viktor at Hippocrates Institute’s educator program. He is an absolute genius, awed the entire class.
Drinking wheatgrass is one of the healthy things you can do for yourself. Since we love it so much we decided to seek out one of Florida’s premier wheatgrass farms and interview its owner and operator, Frank Drelich. Frank runs Drelich’s Organic Wheatgrass Nursery in Orlando, Florida. Frank discussed with us some of his secrets for growing premium wheatgrass and why he loves what he does. We filmed this during our 10-day wheatgrass juice fast. We were consuming about 1.5 pounds of wheatgrass juice a day during the fast. We will tell you all about it in future post. Frank can ship wheatgrass straight to your door and can be reached by checking out the website at www.drelichwheatgrass.com.