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MMS and the Lesson of Ignaz Semmelweis

A blustery winter’s day at the 2015 Fieldays in New Zealand KERIKERI, NORTHLAND — Greetings from the underside of the world where I have been for the past week. I traveled to Hamilton, New Zealand to attend Fieldays (June 10-13) and to introduce the Rainmaker H2O vortex water product to the farming, dairy, and consumer sectors. It has been a great experience, through which I…

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MMS Verdict: "Justice" Blind to Impartiality and Truth

As many of you know, Daniel Smith was found “guilty” of 5 out of 6 charges brought by the Justice Department for selling the product known as “MMS.” Here is the link to the News Release that they issued a few days ago. (Click here.) It’s really difficult to read the allegations that were so purposefully fabricated and diligently pursued in…

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Vaccinations: Time to Speak the Unspeakable

By the time an individual learns about vaccinations it’s too late. Someone else will have made the decision that we must have one. Most likely a parent or guardian. As such, the deed will have been done years ago, evidenced by a tell-tale mark that was left on one shoulder. Today it’s possible to have had immunization shots before you…

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Autism and the Bigger Problem(s)

The puzzle of autism.

Before they put the subject of autism back in mothballs for another year, I am pleased to post my conversation with Kerri Rivera, who runs AutismO2 (www.autismo2.com), a non-profit clinic for autistic children in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Each year, when awareness about a particular disease is “raised” we end up thinking that we’re falling behind on resolving it, and that…

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Notes From Outside the ‘Autism’ Box

April is Autism Awareness month in America. What does that mean? It means that this is the time for Americans to be “educated” on how bad Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is, how complicated the cure must be, and are encouraged to be more tacitly accepting of (1) the disorder, (2) the CURRENT explanations as to why it happens, and (3)…

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MMS: The ‘Bleach’ is On!

Let’s give the FDA, Health Canada, the Ministry of Health (Japan) and National Health Service (UK), a round of applause and gratitude. With the able assistance of a league of similar “watchdog” agencies around the world, they have increased MMS awareness. The fact that the information they have spread is misleading or downright false, is of less concern, as there…

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Big Lies and Subtle Balance

In this gift giving and receiving season, thoughts of what constitutes the greatest of gifts comes to mind. For an individual racked in pain, limited in mobility, with the hope realizing the life of his or her dreams waning, simply being pain free and able to once again associate with the word “health” might be better than anything from one…

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Diary of an Amputation

Not the Disease, the Treatment I’ve been in sort of an “in-between” state lately, wanting to write and wanting to video, but not doing enough of either to suit me. There’s been an ongoing story of my step-father, Josh, who had a stroke in 2007 and, two years later, is progressing in the best way that predominant medical practice can…

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On 'Death' and MMS

It’s been over two years since I was first introduced to MMS. While that represents childhood and adolescence in dog years, it seems even longer in “MMS years,” given the tremendous rise in acceptance of the protocol. The possibility of a death being tied the ingestion of MMS has been long speculated, especially before there were many experienced users of…

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Jim Humble: On the Move, and Still Relevant with MMS

A friend of mine just wrote to me, inquiring about a rumor of a plan to arrest Jim Humble. Jim has far better things to do than get arrested, some of which has, can, or will affect you, especially as so many people gear up their fears about “the pandemic.” Franklin Roosevelt made the statement, “there’s nothing to fear, but…

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On 'Becoming' a Water Structuring Device

I can’t say that I fully appreciate the impact of blogging in general, or my blog in particular, but I do understand that it is part of a shift in behavior patterns (such as the shift away from radio and television over the airwaves to the internet) that is currently in progress. However, I consider it significant when a blogging…

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Getting Structure: On Forming a Healthy Relationship with 'The Water Within'

Water is the first key to every question of chronic disease, and every answer to the restoration of health. It is also one of the most overlooked, and as such, misunderstood. Our status with, and relationship to water should be on the lips of every doctor, dentist, nurse, and any professional that includes the word “health” in their description or…

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An Amplifier of Subtle Energy Understanding

To anyone who has become familiar with my point of view, it is no news flash when I declar that all is energy. This is neither “me” nor “my” opinion, it’s a simple fact. Some opinions are true because they are true. Some opinions are “true” because the persons expousing them think they’re true. That is, until greater truths become demonstrable. It…

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When Cancer Treatment Kills: A Beautiful Life Ends on Sour Note

Cancer is on the world’s mind, due to the recent high profile deaths in the pro basketball community of coach Chuck Daly and former Phoenix Suns forward and jazz recording artist, Wayman Tisdale, and a video documentary on Farrah Faucett that was recently aired on NBC that was watched by over 9 million people. These very public profiles all model…

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A Matter of Choice: The Power of Fear or Love on Swine Flu

In the face of the panic button that has been pushed around the swine flu and its potential implications, it would be wise to consider that the past doesn’t have to repeat itself, and in spite of all the stress-inducing alarmist hype, our worst fears don’t have to happen, and most often do not. The dictum to “remember the past…

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Pandemics, Contagion, and the 'Zone of Flu'

Pasadena, CA — News stories reporting the outbreak and spread of swine flu in Mexico and the U.S. are breaking out like, well, a virus. The public is being “warned” and put “on alert” about what some feel may become a pandemic. The literal meaning of “pandemic,” from its original Greek, is all people. However, the alarm is more significant…

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Keys to Health: Misplaced but Not Lost

Since I started my radio show, Talk for Food, I’ve met many extraordinary people, whom we’ve recognized as kindred, and friends. We’re all extraordinary, and when I say “we,” I’m not referring to “me and my friends,” but all of humanity. You are extraordinary, as well as that man or woman down the street, or that group you think is…

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The ABC's of Structured Water

We continue turning our attention to water in general, and structured water in particular, as a factor in the human health matrix. Water is central to any detox program, with structured water being key. This factor is often overlooked, since all water looks alike, and we often tell ourselves that drinking other liquids, from teas, to bottled water, to “energy…

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