Understanding the ‘Macroorgamism’
Our general understandings about the causes of disease, and the assumptions that we hold to support them, are backwards. The current predominant medical treatment system adopted and employed by Western society for the past 100 years is a product of our backward thinking. The recent Salmonella outbreak connected to tomatoes, and the growing tiff that surrounds it, is a fine case-in-point.
As reported in yesterday’s Sacramento Bee, a “Salmonella outbreak” has expanded to 228 cases in 23 states, linked to certain varieties of fresh tomatoes. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has been put on the “hot seat” to assign blame.
On June 7, the FDA issued a nationwide warning for consumers not to eat raw red Roma, raw red plum, and raw red round tomatoes, citing reports of 145 cases of salmonellosis, including at least 23 hospitalizations. According to the FDA, the villainous strain, Salmonella Saintpaul, is uncommon.
You may not hear what follows anywhere else, but it comes from where, and how I now see things. You’re also free to dismiss it for any reason that appeals to you. But if it makes sense… if it rings “true” for you… if your muscle testing and other forms of verification support the basic premise of this article as being correct… then take it to heart.
The FDA is going on a “witch hunt” for salmonella, disrupting an entire industry, looking for someone to blame because a number of people essentially got diarrhea. That’s it. Diarrhea is one of the effects associated with a salmonella outbreak.
“What’s backwards about that?” You ask.
The officials (along with Western medical thinking) assume that salmonella “caused” the diarrhea, and are now seeking a negligent source to come down on. Salmonella is found in animal feces, and is now assumed to have somehow “jumped over” to these tomatoes at the source, which will probably become the “Osama bin Laden” of tomato growers.
I question and challenge the assertion that Salmonella Saintpaul “causes” this diarrhea, even if it is found in the stool samples (or whatever they are testing) of the cases that were studied.
In the past year, as I have studied, written on, and talked with so many people about the MMS protocol, which introduces an amount of chlorine dioxide gas into the system to effectively reduce the pathogen level in the body, my perception has changed, to see diarrhea as our friend. It’s no less an unpleasant experience, but it’s not the “prevent at all costs” villain that it’s being made out to be. And neither is the Salmonella.
Diarrhea is the word we have associated with the bodily process of releasing excess toxicity. That’s not the standard definition of the term, but to me, it appears to be the correct one.
As an experience, diarrhea is closely associated with MMS intake, for as the chlorine dioxide molecules enter the bloodstream and are transported through the body, organic and inorganic pathogens are oxidized — up to five of their electrons stripped away — and their existence comes to an end. However, as a result of this action, many anaerobic microorganisms, Salmonella Saintpaul being one example, will release stored toxins, which the body naturally will flush out the system.
An “infection” of Salmonella Saintpaul, or any other species such as E. coli, is in fact, a state of saturation, the result of overgrowth, an imbalance between anaerobic and aerobic microorganisms.
It’s not that “one” bacterium type has entered the body, but billions have populated the area (oftentimes oxygen depleted) of infestation, to the extent that the body has become saturated with, and needs to flush itself of their toxic waste.
The habit of administering antibiotics, without repopulating the gut with “beneficial” (i.e., aerobic) bacteria, is the real problem as far as treatment is concerned. The pre-existing oxygen deprivation (even before the administration of antibiotics) was a more definitive cause of the ailment. None of these factors are considered when we look at the nature of diarrhea. Our official response is to stop the diarrhea, which in so doing, continues the oxygen-deprived condition that the body was actually responding to.
Aerobic bacteria are part of the ecological balance that must exist in the stomach in particular, and the body as a whole, in order to maintain human health. Current Western medical practice pays little attention to this state, even though homeostasis is an important part of medical terminology. If it were so important, practitioners would pay more than lip service to the term. They would be (and many now are) proactive with respect to helping patients get their microbial populations back into balance.
Diarrhea is an action that the body takes to protect and serve the macroorganism, that is, the indwelling human being. However, current Western medical practice instantly goes into action to employ measures to stop the diarrhea instead of restoring the balance.
The net effect of this latest “false,” or contrived alarm by the FDA, born of our collective ignorance about how the human body works, is to disrupt an already stressed food supply chain, discarding millions of pounds of perfectly good produce, and casting a pall of suspicion and fear over raw tomatoes while seeking to identify a scapegoat. All of this for 23 hospitalizations out of a population of over 300 million people since mid-April 2008.
Twenty-three hospitalizations, when deaths from iatrogenic causes (i.e., adverse effects or complications caused by, or resulting from medical treatment) occur at a rate of almost 26 cases per hour in America alone (based on year 2000 data).
So we’re now on alert against raw tomatoes, and other raw foods, including milk, when in fact, the people who are most at risk are already carriers the problem. Their bodies are out of microbial balance, and too damn toxic. However, by scapegoating the raw tomato growers, the government agency shifts attention away from the very place that real understanding and remediation can be realized; that is, upon the individual. The 23 who were hospitalized and 228 who came down with diarrhea were already toxic, and hence, the most susceptible, and could easily be treated with MMS, among other non-toxic modalities. No need for fear, alarm, at great expense.
The MMS protocol, which generates and introduces small amounts of chlorine dioxide into the body (not chlorine), can easily help each and every individual reduce his or her microbial imbalance. It will significantly reduce populations of Salmonella, E. coli, Listeria, and many other pathogens that we’re presently getting alarmed over when treated both externally in commercial food preparation, and internally.
Raw, unpasteurized milk can easily help each individual replenish a bacterial balance that is so important to the body’s health. It brings real vitamin A and D, which the body uses to properly process minerals, and enzymes that aid digestion.
While the FDA, with governmental prodding, seeks to nudge us toward a perceived need for greater drug dependency, it is critically important to know better, and why true safety and health entails getting closer to Mother Nature, rather than becoming more estranged.