As I’m fond of saying, when you understand that the universe is a big matter-energy system, when energies manifest into problems, opposite polarities of the same energy also create the solutions. Regarding nuclear waste and radiation now encircling the globe from the 2,044+ atomic bomb tests, Chernobyl, Fukushima, and the many other nuclear accidents (many of which have gone unreported), there are multiple nontoxic technologies available to neutralize and clean up the radioactive mess. For example, here are a few:
Or just search online for “neutralize radiation” or such to see solutions. I worked with inventor Yull Brown in the early 90s and witnessed firsthand with a team of physicists, engineers, and extensive measuring equipment, his “Brown’s gas” aka HHO, aka “hydroxy” torch neutralize radioactive samples within minutes. People often ask me, “If that’s true, then why aren’t governments, etc. using it?” Very simply for the same reasons that right now governments, including the US, Canada, and Japan are lying about the extensive damage being done by Fukushima fallout and turning off or reducing their environmental monitoring of radionuclides, or the same reason Texas oil spill response teams were not allowed to clean up the BP oil spill naturally before it got out of hand (see my article BP Oil Spill Capped (For Now)…. for details). These polluting toxic industries do not want the public to know about alternatives that would destroy not only their business paradigm, but also the control paradigm of the powers that be. There are also HUGE amounts of money made in the handling and disposal of toxic waste and the technologies that generate it. In the video below, I discuss some solutions for nuclear radiation that YOU can create for yourself. If you think that scientists, ETs, the tooth fairy, or running off to Hunza Valley are going to save you, think again. It’s up to you to find your own solutions, not wait to be saved by someone else. There are no longer safe places on Earth to run to, only safe people who create solutions for themselves.
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.
I have never been a native American “wannabe.” Basically I’m a standard American white guy with a dash of redneck and gypsy, having grown up partially in the southwest and mostly southeastern US, with ancestry from Bohemia (now the Czech Republic). So though I have always admired the native Americans I have met and their culture in general, I have never desired to take their culture for my own. Yet I have had a few inspiring encounters with natives in my lifetime, and recently had another such experience.
Last weekend I hosted an authentic Yaqui Indian sweat lodge and vision quest on my five-acre property in northeast Florida, led by Yaqui Indian Chief Sonne Reyna. The event was life changing according to the 35 people attending, including myself. I had been wanting to do such a ceremony for several years on this land to help heal the legacy of wounds from the past conflicts between natives and European English and Minorcans who fought and died over this land to settle the town of New Smyrna Beach, the largest attempt at colonization of the new world. My property lies on the exact area where wealthy English doctor Andrew Turnbull surveyed and established the new colony, named after his wife’s home town of Smyrna, Greece. About 3/4 of the 1,500 settlers he brought to this area died of malaria, other disease, and battles with local Seminole Indians. A lot of blood was shed and strong painful human emotional energy was released here.
I listened as the Chief explained beforehand to the group that the purpose of the sweat lodge is to not only purify the body, mind, and emotions, but also heal the land and the spirits here. He spoke of the power of women and blood to affect reality and directed any women on their menses to participate by remaining in a “moon” lodge separate from the main lodge. He said four generations before and after each of us would be affected by the ceremony. I could see that to many of the listeners, this sounded like simple native symbology and metaphor, but what I heard was the quantum physics of consciousness and biology.
Ultra high frequency subtle energies such as consciousness (scalar waves), tachyon energy, and zero point energy (energy between subatomic particles of matter) program and store information in — and are transmitted by — water, soil and stone, bone, and blood. Water is a liquid crystal, soil and stone are crystalline minerals, bone is composed of crystalline minerals, and blood contains water, magnetic iron, and DNA — the double-helix antenna within us that connects consciousness to our physical bodies. Crystals are frequency resonators that hold, amplify, and transfer information. If this sounds like New Age nonsense, take a gander at MIT’s video courses on crystallography.
This is also part of the basis for the Asian concept of “Feng Shui” and dowsing. Physical structures, particularly natural ones in the Earth such as water, stone, and metals, affect the organization of energy. Monatomic (ORMUS) minerals in ground water veins also create superconducting “Meisner fields” similar to those found in the human nervous system, specifically at superconducting junctures the Chinese call “acupuncture meridians.” When energy is exposed to water, stone, bone, and blood, they store the frequency information, much like computer memory. The work of Masaru Emoto regarding human consciousness affecting the atomic structure of water is an example of how consciousness can program information into a crystalline material, in this case, water, a liquid crystal:
Native and ancient cultures have described these concepts in terms of spirits, nature, magic, and other shamanistic ideas. In speaking with Chief Reyna, we both held similar views of what the sweat lodge and vision quest ceremonies were about, using different language. When we sweated profusely upon the ground, we homeopathically treated the water and crystals in the ground with our own individual and collective frequencies. The women who shed blood onto the ground did so as well. Rains will wash those frequencies further into the soil, and roots of plants and fungi (mycelium) in the ground. Mycelium are widespread incredibly dense and expansive networks of fungi roots that can span many miles. One cubic inch of soil can contain 300 miles of mycelium, an associative neural network carrier of information structured much like the Internet, according to the book Mycelium Running. The scalar fields of our consciousness and the sounds of our singing and language also influenced the soil and water, and sent thought forms into the quantum field to possibly slow down into tachyon energy and solidify into physical manifestation. The lodge was built in the middle of an island, surrounded by brackish water where the fresh water streams meet the ocean’s salt water. The creek connects with the Atlantic ocean a few miles away. Chief Reyna said the lodge was the Earth’s womb, rebirthing us when we came out of the lodge. As I sat in the lodge, I saw a vision of the scene overhead, the womb on the belly of the island, surrounded by water leading down a meandering birth canal out to the ocean due west of us at Ponce Inlet, the vagina. To top it off, I know this inlet and the island are on a paramagnetic ley line that extends from the Bahamas.
Simply put, we held an exercise using consciousness to heal a wounded place in time and space, create new future realities for ourselves, and affect the world. I could see that many of the participants could not see how they had such power to alter themselves, the land, and the world by a ceremony like this. When I explained it in terms of quantum physics, they seemed to grasp it better. This is the power we have been separated from, it is what we need to return to, and we do not need to understand how it works, only that it does.
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.
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.