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Not a "Miscarriage,' An Abortion of Justice

An Eye on the FDA My recent posts have been related to the two-part trial brought forth by the Department of Justice at the U.S. Courthouse in Spokane, Washington at the behest of the FDA against Karis DeLong and Tammy Olson (December 1, 2014), and Louis Daniel Smith (March 3, 2015), for selling the product referred to as Miracle (Master) Mineral…

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From Outrage to Liberation by Imagining New Ways to Heal

There was a story today on NPR about the chord that the book, Time For Outrage! by Stéphane Hessel, is having on readers around the world. Hessel has seen and experienced more than his share of injustice in his 94 years, and lived to tell about it. Sales of his booklet have skyrocketed in his native France and around the…

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Humanity to Its Own Rescue Through Information Science

Have you heard enough bad news lately? Have the experts thoroughly convinced you that we’re in over our heads and there are few places left to run? Even proponents of natural methods and modalities are convinced conditions are critical and “the fit is about to hit the shan.” Well, while the following thoughts may make you wonder what I’ve been…

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Remarkable MMS Insights, "Geeks Gone Wild," and Change Whose Time Has Come

In my Talk For Food video this week, I mentioned a remarkable information source that has emerged who articulates the underlying chemical behavior of MMS with amazing clarity. It evolved in the comment thread from a short clip that I posted three years ago on YouTube from my documentary, Understanding MMS: Conversations with Jim Humble. Naysayers have come and gone,…

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Fear, Fate, Truth, and MMS

The events surrounding the status of Daniel Smith and Project Green Life (PGL) have, up until recently, put most of us at a loss for words. Recently that all changed when Dennis Richard, of A2Z Health Products (www.drmms.com), sent out a letter to his mailing list that virtually predicted that “the end” was at hand (so buy your MMS while…

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Healing the Gulf as Prelude to Paradigm Shift in Health Remediation

Albert Einstein has often been quoted as saying that you can’t solve a problem while thinking at the level of the problem. That statement has never been truer than in the present Gulf oil spill debacle. The problem is that BP, and its entire supporting infrastructure, which includes the petrochemical industry, various centers of academic influence (otherwise known as “leading…

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Oil Remediation: A NON-TOXIC Approach

The Gulf oil spill of 2010 can become the latest biggest disaster in recent history, or our greatest blessing. We get to choose. Most writers, pundits, and commentators will tell you about the disaster and how bad it’s going to be. Here you’ll hear about the blessing. I’ll tell you now; if we follow the line of remediation that is…

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Looking for ‘Spill Relief’ in All the Wrong Places

As large and far-reaching as it is, the April 20 oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico is but a microcosm of a larger tragedy that is playing out in front of our eyes, literally hiding in plain sight. And yet, if we wake up from our stupor and see the situation with fresh eyes and open minds, we…

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Spirit of Film: "Filming Innovators, Inventors and Visionaries" with Adam Abraham

This is an interview I did recently with Randall Libero who hosts and produces Spirit of Film Conversations for the 7th Wave Network (www.spiritoffilm.net). [vimeo http://vimeo.com/11291333 w=520&h=400] Taking my camera afforded the opportunity to prepare the material for a visual, as well as a listening audience. While its run time is 53 minutes, I didn’t want to chop it up…

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Charting the Changes in MMS Practice

Our time in the Dominican Republic with Jim Humble involved learning MMS from A to Z, and back again. Let’s go over some of the basic evolutionary changes in MMS as a product and protocol. Product Changes Sodium Chlorite – the basic MMS solution (28%, of which an effective 22.4% is sodium chlorite) is unchanged. Citric Acid Activator – this…

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Sydney Morning Herald ‘Double Faults’ on MMS

Since tennis is my favorite sport, I’ve been watching the 2010 Australian Open with interest. But that’s not the only reason for my fascination with the world ‘down under’. It’s a world I look forward to visiting one day soon, a desire born of its many natural wonders, and friendships developed with remarkable people I’ve met who call this island…

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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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On the Horizon: TV Series and Documentary on MMS

I’ve had the feeling that a new wave of the public is beginning, or about to start learning about MMS, the Miracle Mineral Supplement/Solution introduced by Jim Humble and chronicled by yours truly via articles, audio interviews on Talk For Food, and through my documentary, Understanding MMS: Conversations with Jim Humble. Increasingly, people who contact me with questions indicate that…

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Talk For Food Archive: Clayton Nolte and Structured Water

Structured water is alive. We could say, and with some truth, that everything is alive. But water lives even though we don’t generally think of it as a living substance. My sense of water’s importance to health and healing began to change before meeting Clayton Nolte. However, my understanding of water’s living state, and its integral role in sustaining and/or…

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'Seeing the Light' in Ourselves and in Structured Water

Our exploration into the nature and implications of structured water continues. The efficacy and power of structured water will not always show up in standard water purity tests, where “normal” is based on particle counts. In fact, “purity” is not an appropriate measuring criterion for structured water. Balance is. Coherence is. When water is structured, it is balanced and coherent,…

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Talk For Food Archive: Energy Medicine in Houston

In many ways, energy medicine can be a more effective way to address a wide variety of ills than current methods of medical treatment. While all molecular treatments are energy — for example, pharmaceutical drugs — all that is energy is not molecular. Energy includes both the molecular and non-molecular, the particle and the wave. Every human condition, of health…

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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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Mind and Body Healing Discoveries

My learning adventure continues each week, as I have recently been introduced to additional modalities that can be called upon to facilitate a beneficial “shift” in one’s health and well-being. Among these are PSYCH-K, which I recently did a Talk For Food show on with Jeanne Northington, a PSYCH-K practitioner and instructor from Tuscaloosa, AL. (Click here to listen.) This…

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On 'Death' and MMS: Jim Humble Responds to Nash Attack

From his location in Africa, Jim Humble sent me, in encrypted form, his own assessment of Mr. Nash’s accusations surrounding the death of his wife Sylvie. I’ll simply publish it as received, without further comment. ~AA October 16, 2009 — 5:42:12 AM Subject: Response to Doug Nash As I have already said, the loss of one’s wife is probably the…

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Structured Water Education Continues

The last several years have immersed me deeper into the subject of health; factors that keep it around, as well as those that tend to make it go away. We are led to believe that ‘disease’ is something that “comes-a-visiting”, victimizing some and passing by others, and then leaves. It’s really a latter day a fairy tale, except that so…

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