With all the fear and panic going around related to the possible effects of nuclear radiation, let me break up the angst with a little mundane good news.
A young lady from Greece visited this blog in December 2010, looking for some guidance as to how to use MMS to help eradicate an HSV1 and HSV2 (Herpes Simplex Virus) condition that has persisted for 10 and 2 years respectively. Preferring to keep her situation “private,” we exchanged occasional emails; she or me asking questions, and she or me answering them.
The other day I received an email from her… she had just received lab test results that confirmed she was VIRUS FREE! She becomes one more who KNOWS that MMS disinfection WORKS.
The fear and panic that so many people are demonstrating these days, comes from YEARS of using APPROVED, but medically ineffective treatments and methods.
It is time that we began favoring EXPERIENCED RESULTS over peer-reviewed, but meaningless OPINIONS.
It’s clear that we have much to learn about nature. Our problems escalate when we spend so much energy discrediting solutions that come from unconventional or even unconfirmed sources, while continuing to rely on ineffective, even harmful methods that come from “trusted” sources.
There is likely a way to safely remediate the nuclear toxicity threat that Japan and the rest of the world faces.
You almost have to wonder, if anyone other than a group of acknowledged “peers” brought it to the world’s attention, would anyone listen?
I’m about to take to the road for memorable journey, this time over a week-long sojourn that includes trips to Branson, Missouri, Fairfield, Iowa, and South Beloit, Illinois.
I have to get ready for my flight, but I’ll have more to say as the journey commences.
It was a pleasure to be invited to be a guest on the John Barbour program. The time appeared to pass very quickly.
Video allows more information to be shared per moment experienced. Since it wasn’t possible to visit him in Las Vegas and do the interview in person, I did the next best thing… record it on camera from my side.