With all of the media hype surrounding Coronavirus, it’s time to weigh in on what else could be happening. First of all, let’s understand what a virus is and is not.
HOW DOES A VIRUS WORK?
A virus is the way a cell throws the junk or damaged RNA or DNA off of itself when it is either already sick or it has been attacked by an outside force. When cells are attacked by invading forces (both physical and energetic), they respond with the weak ones dying and the strong surviving and adapting for the next onslaught. When the cell is throwing off this toxic debris, you might feel awfully sick. If you are a strong individual, you can withstand this ‘house cleaning.’ If you are frail or have an otherwise compromised immune system, then yes, a viral situation can be very dangerous. It could snowball along with other immunity issues in the body.
BACTERIAL or VIRAL INFECTIONS
Bacterial ‘Infections’ are transmissible. They are created by living entities – airborne or on surfaces. Viruses are different and not at all like ‘bacteria.’ Viruses are not considered to be living things. They act like auto-immune disorders – with the body feeling like it is attacking itself from within. Viruses are the debris excretions of a toxic cell. They are not the SICKNESS itself. They are the RESPONSE to sickness. You can get them from an injection (like a vaccinations, dirty needles, bug bites, etc.) or by other non-physical input, such as RF or EMF.
Have you ever heard the phrase you catch a cold from yourself. Yup. That is what is happening. If you allow your immunity to be compromised through stress or ‘bad’ behavior (like poor diet, sloth, or using drugs, etc.), your body knows how to correct itself. And thus you are forced to rest while your body goes about repairing itself. Ever wonder why it is some people never seem to get sick when everyone else around them is sick?
Uniformed news, entertainment and other media outlets continue to confuse how this works and add to our popular mythology and misconceptions. Even trained scientists continue to promote theories that are actually unproven. Research for yourself how the ‘War of Milks’ was won and why we know the name of Pasteur, but not the name of Bechamp.
“Prior to the 20th Century, people were not so afraid of bacteria. It’s all Louis Pasteur’s fault. He is known as the “Father of Modern Germ Theory.” He found that if you boiled milk, it killed all the dangerous germs. But he neglected to recognize and give credence to the beneficial bacteria in raw milk, which was also getting boiled to death. Thus, pasteurization destroys milk’s intrinsic natural germicidal properties and enzymes.”
“We all know Louis Pasteur’s name because pasteurization was named after him, but the name fewer people know is Pierre Jacques Antoine Béchamp, another French organic chemist, and Pasteur’s bitter rival. Pasteur’s theory was that “germs” were external forces that attacked healthy organisms. But Béchamp scientifically proved that germs are the byproducts of microorganisms enacting on already weak or malfunctioning cells and dead tissue. In other words, germs and disease are the result of existing poor ‘terrain.’ They don’t come to attack… “But Pasteur’s germ theory won out, and that is what people get taught in school, because it enabled the pharmaceutical industry to emerge, and for medicines that ‘attack germs’ to be sold, as opposed to just getting people so healthy that they didn’t get sick in the first place!
“This historical event set the stage for the Modern Day pharmaceutical industry that works to kill pathogens, as opposed to removing the pre-pathogenic initial causes of disease.
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