[Podcast] Fragmented Medicine
A little story pops into my mind that I heard one time. And what it was is that this guy had come home from a long day at work, and he walks into the house, and his wife is sitting at the kitchen table with kind of a little different look on her face. And so he walks up, he looks at her, and he said, "How's your day?" And she says, "Good. You know that couple that moved in, it's our neighbours about three houses down that we've never met." And he goes, yeah. "Today I was at the mall and I was shopping, and I ran into her." And he said, "That's great." And then she said, "Yeah, kind of. We got talking, we went over, and we decided to have some lunch together. In the conversation, one thing led to another. And I found out and she told me that she and her husband make love four times a day. I want to know why you don't do that." And he said, "Honey, I don't even know her."
The reason I tell you that is because it has become more and more obviously a truest truth that humour really is the best medicine. And too many of us don't have enough just open outright humour about so many of the things that take place in our lives, and oftentimes even within our own relationships of closeness and the people that we love. At the end of the day, we're tired. And we don't seem to play or laugh enough.
But one of the things that I've really come to understand is really correct. Because I lecture and do a lot of things within medical communities and groups, in fact just... I don't know how long it's been. Probably eight days ago I was in Washington, D.C., or a couple of days longer, and I was speaking to a group of about 150 people.
A lot of the people in the audience were directors of cardiology at John Hopkins, director of oncology and cancer research at Johns Hopkins, and which is considered to be one of the most elite medical centres in the world.
If you're a sheikh from Iran and you have billions of dollars, and you think something is wrong, you'll get on your private jet, you're flying to Washington, D.C., and you'll go to John Hopkins to be treated. If you're a president of the United States and you're shot or something's wrong they'll take you down to John Hopkins. No matter where you are they'll do their emergency thing. They'll take you to John Hopkins. In fact, I've kind of wondered why President Bush hasn't wound up there.
I lectured out there, and it was really interesting to me because there was a visiting professor emeritus of medicine who holds five doctorates, and he is over medicine and research at Harvard University. It was interesting, as I went through my little two-hour presentation when I first went into it.
Some of the people just from the general public had been invited. There were these other people that are considered experts. And if there's anything I've ever learned in my lifetime, it really is true when they say that an expert is someone who learns more and more about less and less, until they know absolutely everything about nothing, of any subsequent value. And it's so interesting what begins to happen.
And in our society things are presented with intention and purpose in a fragmented way. Our public education is very, very fragmented in the presentation of academic curriculums. History is separate from biology. Biology is completely separate from chemistry. Chemistry has nothing to do with singing, or poetry, or theatre, or even debate. Everything is fragmented and broken apart.
And so as we go up into the university level and we determine that we want to specialise and become an expert we really are learning more and more about less and less, and a very narrow slit of information that becomes so distorted and fragmented from everything else that we have no context. And when there's no context there's no orientation. And without that orientation, there's no understanding. And without understanding nothing makes sense.
You wouldn't believe the medical experts that I had dealt with over the years who specialise in cardiovascular disease. And they have no clue that people are shoving down the alimentary canal is even connected to a problem with the heart. They have no idea because that's another specialised study.
And so there's a lot of things that just don't make sense. And they come out of their academically indoctrinated training, a chant memorising answers to stick in blanks to get a grade so they can get a certificate, and then go get a license to practice on you. And they think they know.
It's interesting this whole thing of doctors and God. There's a real difference between God and doctors. God doesn't believe he's a doctor.
And so as we jump into this little discussion here today it's important I believe that you begin to understand the purpose and the intention of this day from my perspective and what I hope to get across here. And as I go into this I just simply want you to know that I'm not here to offend you or challenge your belief systems in an offensive way.
Some of the things that we're going to be covering here today will simply confirm and affirm what you already know to be correct, and good, and true. Some of the things that we may say and get into may challenge what it is that you believe to be true.
And I know that there's no one that knows all of the truest truths available to the human experience, especially myself included. I have absolutely no credentials. I'm not a doctor. If I was, I'd be too embarrassed to say so. I'm not a lawyer. I'm not an academic. I was not an advanced learner in elementary or high school. I've never been on television or radio or spoken to audiences anywhere in the world. I've been called a liar, and a cheat, and a scam artist, and a plagiarist, and all kinds of things.
And so the person who's talking to you today is nobody's nothing, but maybe a little bit of something for everybody, maybe. And that's what we're hoping for here.
And so as we jump into this, the purpose of this in my mind is to give you information and some understanding of ideas and knowledge that are simple, logical, practical, and applicable. And if they can be tested by each individual without peer review studies, or the good old boys club of scientific proof inquiry, which needs to be not bound to its knees and buried in the ground six feet under as far as I'm concerned. Because too much of that crap is what I call deja moo. We've heard this bullshit before.
As we get into this thing it comes down to context. This gives orientation and understanding, and helps people make sense. The purpose of this is to help you to bring an absolute end to the use of medicine in your life.
What came out of that presentation in Washington, D.C. is a quote that we actually got permission to use, and it's going to be put on the website with some of our literature. And I didn't know how these people are going to take this two hours of stuff I was giving them. But at the end, this is the quote that came out of it. Dr O.H. Homes, professor of medicine, Harvard University said this. "If all of the medicine in the world were dumped into the oceans it would be bad for the fish, but it would be the best thing that could ever happen to humanity." Excuse me? I think your whole career is based on this.
And it's interesting because an individual of that stature, and that kind of credential, and that kind of a position, and the elitism of that kind of industry come to the exact same conclusion as a guy that took the third grade twice and never went anywhere. But just through observational studies of his own and working with people and studying principles of health we both have come to the exact same point of understanding.
The purpose of this is to help you understand that you don't need medicine. And if you're on medicine now you need to learn how to stop it and never go back there again. Except in time of crisis and trauma of accidental invasion of your body. I'm hoping that you understand that you need to get off the supplements.
Do you realise the word supplement means fractured and incomplete? You need to have complements, spelt with an E. Which means whole and complete.
This right here is a complement. It's complemental, brought to you by the forces of cosmological design that on this earth we call Mother Nature. This is a complement. It's complete. This is a complement. It's complete. All of these are complementals. They're complete cosmological electric frequencies of design with cells that are composed of molecules, that are composed of atoms, that are composed of subatomic particles that work on an electric matrix, ratchet up to the full structure of a complete electrical package that your cells identify, recognise, and can read the electric message of that thing. They have life and health.
Do you realise that a single blade of grass grown right here has every known vitamin scientifically studied, and confirmed and identified, published study of nutrition that they know about? A single blade of grass has vitamin C. "You got to be kidding me?" It has vitamin A. "You got to be kidding me?" It has magnesium. It has calcium. It has every single nutritional component that they have ever tried to isolate, and identify, and market to you in pill and capsule and powder and miracle formula.
A single blade of grass has it all. But you see, that's hard for us to believe because we have been fragmented. Do you realise a 2,000 lb. oxen can pull a plough and turn the earth with solid bone and muscle? And all they eat is grass. And they drink water. It's shocking to me because it makes me wonder where they get their protein. Where do they get their protein? Where do they get their vitamin A? How in the world can they even live without supplementing with vitamin D, and enzymes, and the other stuff?
It's just so shocking that they can just eat grass, and drink water, and grow that big, and be that strong. I'm sure that when no one's looking they're taking supplements and protein powder. Otherwise there's no way in hell they could be that big. Because all they eat is grass.
And it's so funny because the cows call grass moo. They got together with the horses and said, "Hey horse, come here. This grass is pretty doggone good. You ought to eat some and you could probably grow up and be strong too." So the horses began to eat grass and sure enough, they can run races, they can run circles, they can play, they can do all kinds of stuff just off of grass. Even the horses can get protein from grass.
Elephants, the biggest land animal we're aware of, all they eat is grass and drink water. "But Don, they're built different from us. We're different. We're human beings. We can't do that." You know nothing of the history of the human experience, and some of the most powerful, outrageous culture who ate nothing but red clover, barley grass, wheat grass, mountain grass, and that's all they would eat. Because they wanted to be able to run and leap into the air. And if their records can be trusted at all, there are six different cultures that are known of, that go back 3,500 years that could run and leap into the air four metres on their own. Some cultures say they could go 20 metres.
So then the Arabs which had one particular group that were considered nuts because all they ate was grass. The others observed them and thought, "Wow, we could never go there." I wonder what would happen if we just fed the horses with a particular kind of grass that they were eating in their region, and the horses grew so strong and so powerful that the Arabian horses became some of the most sought-after horses on the earth even to this day.
The gorilla, 350-400 kilos, stronger animal on the earth. And you can go on YouTube and see it pick up an elephant and throw it down because the elephant made it mad because it kept smacking it. That's how strong a gorilla is. And you know what they eat? Fruit. A gorilla will only eat fruit and chew leaves off specific trees. That's it. And a gorilla has the same anatomical and physiological structures as a human being.
So I don't want to hear this crap about a cow's got four stomachs, that's why it can eat grass and get benefits. You better start thinking again. The strongest animal on the earth, fruit and leaves.
It's hard to believe because where does it get its protein? Protein means source. Protein is a construct that is synthesised by plants from sunlight and a gas that's in our atmosphere that we've been able to identify that we call nitrogen. Gen means maker of or mother of. Nitro means spark or fire maker. Nitrogen means spark or fire maker. And that is taken in by plants and photosynthesised using light and water to develop the structure of who and what they become. There's not a single plant that isn't made of pure protein.
The structure of a capsicum is protein. You eat that, you're getting protein and first source. If an animal comes and eats this they get the protein and first source. Then if you kill the animal you're getting it as second source. It's actually not as good an identical protein source as first source. Most people don't believe that, because we are trained and academically indoctrinated to believe otherwise. Pure protein, awesome protein.
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