GREATEST MYTHS OF MODERN HEALTHCARE

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Greatest Myths Of Modern Healthcare

DRUGS HEAL
Synthetic drugs are chemical concoctions that are math-designed. Mathematics abstracts how to separate all elements of consciousness. Healing, however, is a process of connection and reconnection. Consciousness is the principle of connection  itself in nature, underlying all of healing. Thus synthetic drugs, by their very nature, cannot heal. They can only modulate or relieve or alter symptoms.  Taking a dozen or so top chemical drugs will almost invariably make a healthy person sick. This is just like putting multiple chemicals, to test the whole underlying order,  in a compost heap. It will kill all of life therein. In other words, there is a reason why chemical drugs oppose consciousness and life. It is something that isolated chemical tests (for which billions are spent)will never discover. Thus isolated chemical tests, with government support, are used to fool us.

SURGERY HEALS
Again healing is always the process of connection and reconnect. Surgery cuts the body apart. It converts a living organism into the equivalent of a machine made of separate parts.  If there is an ill tumor, surgery can cut the tumor out. But this process is only a double negative which produces a superficial positive.  At the same time, surgery risks permanent harm or a destruction of the body as a whole. It is again a treatment and not any fundamentally healing modality. Several surveys showed that when surgeons went on strike, the local death rate plummeted.

RADIATION HEALS
This myth follows similar misconceptions. It works on another double negative principle. Often later in life it is implicated in getting cancer and further degenerative ailments.

HEALTH IS A MATTER OF LUCK OR GENES
The truth is that health is primarily a matter of lifestyle or living more in harmony with our nature. Screening requires no changes in one’s lifestyle as a primary focus. It looks after the fact to determine whether you are lucky or not to be ill with a given lifestyle.

SCREENING IS VITAL FOR PREVENTION
The truth is that real prevention destroys treatment profits. Screening, however, is the gateway for treatments profits. The math is so simple.

DOCTORS’ INTERVENTION PRODUCES HEALING
Once you are screened for having a treatable illness, then the doctor comes to the rescue to “restore you luck.” Drug companies, surgeons and radiologists sworm in. It is pretty much of a vast vulture scam if there ever was such a thing in all of modern life.

HOSPITALS ARE FOR RESTORING HEALTH
With the exception of emergency clinics, hospitals commonly push upon (market) invasive procedures and screenings to best stay in business. I remember being told by a doctor that I must have an operation. If I didn’t, he would see me in the morgue in a month! Fortunately I had a very clear sense, even though I was running a 102 degree fever, that if I had the recommended operation, I would be seriously crippled and disabled for the rest of my life. Fear mongering is common and primary marketing ploy when big dollars are at stake. The tactic is accepted on the premise that the hospital doctor is somewhat above the law, as a most lofty expert in “healthcare” rather than being a salaried person helping to treat diseases for profit.

MODERN MEDICINE IS ADVANCED
If advancement were measured by computerized screening equipment, it certainly will appear that modern medicine is advanced. This is true for those who want to be hugely fooled. If measured by integral or real results it is much the opposite. What we call modern medicine is not worthy of being called primitive. The primitive healing arts were often advanced. Modern medicine is commonly harmful. To find integral cures and honest research toward cures one has to step outside this whole mythology-creating world of white coats with stethoscopes who employ CT scans.

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