If you read only one book this year…
…you’re probably on the internet too much.
But apart from that, investigative journalist Janine Roberts’ Fear of the Invisible should be at the top of your list. Here is the REAL story of AIDS and polio and why vaccines will never work for them (or any other disease). Roberts’ work has reopened investigations over scientific fraud. She reveals that HIV was never shown to cause AIDS and polio was never proven to be contagious. Polio is not caused by a virus but was due to DDT and other toxins. Viruses are nature’s “e-mails” – read on:
Roberts writes: “The problem with ‘treating’ viruses is that they are not alive. They thus cannot be killed – although many virologists talk about them as if they are the Living Dead. There are some anti-viral medicines – but they do not target the virus itself – but try to stop cells from making them by disrupting the activities of the cells. These medicines are thus very dangerous.
“Viruses are simply very short sequences of inert genetic code, shorter than a light wave –wrapped in a protective layer of protein molecules put around them as they are budded out by their parent cell, in order, it seems, to protect them. Once they have been produced, they cannot do anything. They have no metabolism, no way of themselves using the information they contain. But they can be targeted by very able living and intelligent cells that seem to want the information they contain.
“In a way they are like a text message – and no more alive than one of these. Thus they cannot be killed. They can be destroyed – e.g. by heat – but there are billions of them, they are very hard to isolate, and a miniscule proportion have ever been studied… less than 0.03%. We evolved to live in a sea of them.
“On average, they are in mass terms about one billion times smaller than a cell … but they are all made by cells – and in evolutionary biology we learn they serve as a kind of cellular information highway – taking encoded information from cell to cell. We now know the information they carry can play a major role in our immune system – and in our evolution. They are thus here for a very good reason. A large part of our genome has been transported from cell to cell in the course of our evolution by retroviruses.
“A sick cell could badly code a message … to guard against this our cells have a ‘silencing mechanism’ to turn off codes they receive they do not want.”
This is a book every chiropractor (and every chiropractic student) needs to read. It’s available from Koren Publications at www.korenpublications.com.