Everyone has Cancer.
Some of the greatest lessons I've learned in my practice have been through my study of Cancer and patients who had it.
My first patients all had cancers and I was able to cure them, and many more. But I found myself asking, what's the lesson here? Sure, we can learn to prevent it, and in the process learn greater things about health, diet, and nutrition. But, there are greater lessons also. About how it not only is a physical illness, but, an emotional one.
This isn't an easy lesson to learn. Or easy for people to accept either. So I had to learn to accept the karma within cancer, and to help people let go of it.
Hulda Clark passed away recently. A naturopathic doctor and author of the unfortunately titled "The Cure For All Cancers" supposedly died of multiple myeloma. Many of the mean minded who oppose alternative medicine said, "see? She couldn't even cure herself!" But they were wrong, the cause of death as listed in the death certificate was anemia, with calcaremia as a contributory illness. Multiple myeloma was listed later, as an underlying illness, not even contributing to death.
How is this? Is it possible that many of us can have cancer as an underlying illness, and still live (as she did) to the age of 80?
Anyhow, here's what I know. We all have cancer. And, cancer has inner levels of emotional and spiritual cause, and the key is not to cure cancer, but, to understand it. This the true healing, that illness is the first step in a journey to understanding yourself.
So, why do people get cancer? Well, there are those who know that cancer is a fungal disease. Or blame a combination of viruses and bacteria. Or parasites. Is there inherited genetic damage or an acquired damage to cells?
The environmental factors are a key in themselves. Chemicals, hormone disrupters, pesticides and herbicides are all the byproducts of a consumer society. Radiation, nuclear waste, and electromagnetic pollution are all factors in why our children are being born with a predisposition to cancer.
And that is only the physical manifestation; cancer is an emotional illness. Those of us more emotionally sensitive, more likely to hold on to hurts, or open to external pain, are likely to develop cancer. The unrequited love and the unfulfilled dreams. I have known many healers who died, suddenly. One day they were fine, the next, diagnosed with liver cancer, and gone in 3 months.
But then, cancer is the most karmic illness of all, and it is no coincidence that 1 in 2 will have it in their lifetime.
But really, it is a cancer of the spirit that affects every one on this planet. People are stuck in this plane on a planet consumed by a war between the material and the spirit, and an environment that is already dying.
How, then, to 'cure' cancer? Well, just be free of the outcome, and not wedded to it. Do what you can, and in this respect I suggest you check out the following links for more research, albeit on the physical model:
Regarding the condition of the organism as a breeding ground of illness as opposed to the Germ Theory, you want to look up Antoine Bechamp, the French biologist who was the contemporary of Pasteur: http://www.metropolisink.com/bechamp/index.htm
Bechamp is now widely ignored, but Pasteur, who falsified his own experiments, and plagiarized and misunderstood Bechamp's is widely credited by the medical profession, perhaps because if you have a bacteria or virus you can focus on magical bullets, while Bechamp would have you take responsibility for your own health and practice preventative, not just curative medicine. Bechamp's seminal book, THE BLOOD AND ITS THIRD ELEMENT ought be required reading in every medical school. If his theories had been carried into the mainstream, Medicine would be entirely different today.
Virginia Livingston, MD (1906-1990) was a medical genius who is credited with identifying the Cancer Microbe: http://www.whale.to/cancer/cantwell3.html
"In 1969 at a meeting at the New York Academy of Sciences , Livingston and her colleagues proposed that cancer was caused by a highly unusual bacterium which she named Progenitor cryptocides-Greek for 'ancestral hidden killer.' Nevertheless, Livingston claimed elements of the microbe were present in every human cell. Due to its biochemical properties, she believed the organism was responsible for initiating life and for the healing of tissue-and for killing us with cancer and other infirmities. Critics of this research continued to insist there was no such thing as a cancer germ"
"According to reports by Livingston and various other researchers, cancer is caused by pleomorphic, cell wall deficient bacteria. The various forms of the organism range in size from submicroscopic virus-like forms, up to the size of bacteria, yeasts, and fungi. In culture and in tissue the bacterial forms are variably 'acid-fast' (having a staining quality like TB bacteria). These bacteria are ubiquitous and exist in the blood and tissues of all human beings (yet another 'heresy'). In the absence of a protective immune response, these cell wall deficient bacteria may become pathogenic and foster the development of cancer , autoimmune disease, AIDS, and certain other chronic diseases of unknown etiology"
Royal Raymond Rife was a giant: http://www.rense.com/health/rife.htm and he actually identified the virus Virginia Livingstone is credited with, in 1920! He built 'beam ray' machines that successfully killed the virus and saved many patients. His story is so long you need to read the article and research him further yourself. Another link is at: http://rife.org
And then you want to read THE VIRUS AND THE VACCINE by Debbie Bookchin and Jim Schumacher http://www.gulfwarvets.com/virus.htm and how contaminated Polio vaccines have led to the explosion in brain tumours:
"HARVEY Pass, the chief of thoracic surgery at the National Cancer Institute, in Bethesda, Maryland, was sitting in his laboratory one spring afternoon in 1993 when Michele Carbone, a wiry young Italian pathologist who was working as a researcher at the NCI, strode in with an unusual request. Pass had never before met Carbone, and had talked to him for the first time, on the telephone, only a few hours before. Now Carbone was asking Pass for his help in proving a controversial theory he had developed about the origins of mesothelioma, a deadly cancer that afflicts the mesothelial cells in the lining of the chest and the lung. Mesothelioma was virtually unheard of prior to 1950, but the incidence of the disease has risen steadily since then. Though it is considered rare -- accounting for the deaths of about 3,000 Americans a year, or about one half of one percent of all domestic cancer deaths -- the disease is particularly pernicious. Most patients die within eighteen months of diagnosis.
Pass, one of the world's leading mesothelioma surgeons, knew, like other scientists, that the disease was caused by asbestos exposure. But Carbone had a hunch he wanted to explore. He told Pass that he wondered if the cancer might also be caused by a virus -- a monkey virus, known as simian virus 40, or SV40, that had widely contaminated early doses of the polio vaccine, but that had long been presumed to be harmless to people"
But it really is the human story I want to tell. There was a lovely woman who went through 3 unnecessary rounds of chemotherapy and finally succumbed to the cancer while witnessing her 2nd husband and daughter fight each other over who should inherit her property. She wanted to escape them.
A woman who was in such pain that even morphine wouldn't ease it, and I helped her to sleep, and pass on 8 hours later. Another, whose family urged him to 'fight the cancer!' just hanging on so as not to cause them pain. And I had to say enough, and did my final healing, and he passed on peacefully too, within a few hours.
And one other, who was the kindest angel, and I gave her the gift of kindness, and in the end she told us she saw the light, and eagerly went into it.
Yes, cancer is a lesson for all of us. I saw it was my place to help people, but also the planet that created the cancers. And if it is not meant to be, then so be it; it still is a process we must go through.
I am a healer, and I heal, but do not cure.
I bring peace.