How The Body Performs Healing Miracles
The human body is trainable. It can correct the over and under reactions leading to disease and symptoms. You can have confidence in your body and its ability to learn.
Geneticists determine cellular behavior as the true cause of human disease.
The inability of our immune systems to keep us healthy has become an unspoken cultural belief. It is reinforced every time we take a remedy for a cold, flu, or pneumonia. The implication is that "My body can't fight off this disease, but the antibiotic can." The realization that sent the scientific community reeling (and got the research foundations funding expensive genetic research) was the observation that the human body is actually able to kill AIDS pathogens. They found that some people who used HIV infected needles did not contract the disease, although exposed. Prior to this discovery, it was believed that the cause of disease was purely exposure to pathogens. This belief supported the notion that the human body is not able to kill certain pathogens, and if exposed, you were vulnerable.
We know antibiotics do kill some pathogens. But according to some geneticists, the body can kill all pathogens — including pathogens antibiotics can't kill, like HIV. If you are sick, it is because your body is under reacting. Your body can kill pathogens, but it is not "pulling the trigger." The most powerful belief if you are ill is, "Though I am ill, I know my body can kill these pathogens. What do I need to do to improve its performance?"
What do peanuts have in common with Lyme disease?
Symptoms, whether from pathogens transmitted by ticks or from peanut ingestion, depend more on cellular reaction than exposure. It is reported that some people bitten by a Lyme carrying tick have not contracted Lyme disease. Only 10 percent of those breathing the re-circulated air on that certain plane actually caught Legionnaires. Did the other 90% not breathe the same "infected air?" Not all who got tainted hepatitis C blood at hospitals contracted hepatitis C. Ever hear someone report that everyone around them has the flu and they haven't caught it?
If you suffer from symptoms, chances are your body is behaving improperly toward pathogens, peanuts or something else. It doesn't matter what disease you've been diagnosed with, it is the symptoms that matter. Symptoms can only continue as long as the body continues to react improperly. Allergic reactions are seen as "over reactions" by the medical community. Certainly, if one eats a peanut and goes into severe anaphylactic shock, this is an over reaction. The reason for the symptoms of closing of the throat and blocked air passages is not the peanut. Peanuts do not inherently cause anaphylaxis to the general population. It is the afflicted person’s immune system over reaction which is the true cause of the symptoms.
If the body can over react, can it "under react" as well? Osteoporosis is a disease which is often caused by under reaction. If the human body does not actively absorb calcium, bone loss may result. Doctors prescribe Fosamax, which is nothing more than a patented calcium supplement that routinely helps this condition. Some women simply take a calcium supplement from a health food store.
Why antibiotics may not cure Lyme disease and why your body can.
Lyme disease, if not treated with antibiotics soon enough, can become chronic and debilitating. Symptoms can include chronic exhaustion, headaches, vision problems, continual flu like symptoms, neurological disorders, insomnia, joint and muscle stiffness and pain, urinary problems, depression and the list goes on. Many chronic Lyme sufferers lose the quality of their lives. Lyme disease can turn life into a nightmare.
Why do people who get treated with antibiotics within days of the tick bite do so much better than those who begin antibiotics weeks or months after the bite? Timing may be critical due to the size, nature, and dwelling places of Lyme pathogens. Research shows that these pathogens are actually germinating in the tick's DNA and RNA. They are very small — much smaller than the blood cells which deliver antibiotics. Many are corkscrew shaped spirochetes, and they can burrow deep into human tissue, even cartilage. If antibiotics are administered too late, these creatures may be safely nested in cartilage in tunnels too small, blocking both blood and the antibiotic, which would kill the spirochetes. It becomes apparent why timing is important. Waiting too long allows the spirochetes the necessary time to create tunnels in cartilage which will remain beyond the reach of antibiotic. Once deep in these tunnels, they can live in the body indefinitely. Chronic Lyme is chronic because pathogens are not fully eliminated.
This also explains why other effective remedies may not work well. Semento, colloidal silver, intravenous vitamin C and other remedies have proven effective against pathogens. Unfortunately, once ingested, they also are dependant upon the blood delivery system. If too much time has passed, the window of opportunity to kill these pathogens via the blood delivery system is gone. The human body must not be limited to the circulatory system as its only access to harmful pathogens. Though we know the blood has its immune capabilities, the human body must have another as well.
Like everything else on the planet, pathogens are made of a unique number of atoms. Since atoms have electrons which move, every pathogen has a unique frequency. Consider that the human brain is a proven "frequency generator." Brain frequencies are routinely monitored for brain function, sleep and motor skills. The brain is able to recognize, duplicate, amplify and project the amplified pathogen frequencies within the human body for its protection. Perhaps this is why some people don't contract AIDS, Lyme disease (even after being bitten by an infected tick), or any other serious disease to which we may be exposed. The brain never forgets a “face;" once a pathogen is recognized by the brain, it doesn’t forget.
All AIDS funding is based on the understanding that some people's immune systems kill HIV and the goal is to change cellular behavior via patented injection to transfer new cellular behavioral information. Geneticists are racing to isolate the genetic coding responsible for proper immune behavior, and transfer this information from those who are immune to those who suffer with HIV and other serious diseases as well.
Once we understand that the brain is using a current of electricity to essentially electrocute pathogens we can begin to understand why the human body can kill pathogen in cartilage. These brain-generated frequencies are not dependent on blood for access to tissue. The brain is hard wired to the entirety of the human organism and therefore, able to penetrate cartilage and kill any and all pathogens. The antibiotic in the blood may not kill pathogens safely nestled in cartilage, but the brain, once properly activated, can.
Relatively little is known about the human brain as scientists admit we use about 2 to 3% of our capacity. Perhaps what science does not yet know about the brain can be utilized to restore health today. If you are ill, you could wait for the geneticists to effect cellular change through injection. Eventually, they may succeed. In the meantime, you could also learn to retrain the brain to regain your “God given" immune system functioning. The human body is trainable. It can correct the over and under reactions leading to disease and symptoms. You can have confidence in your body and its ability to learn.
Gary Blier is a survivor of Ankylosing Spondylitis, a progressive incurable disease, which causes relentless arthritic joint pain and immobility. His search for a cure led him to study and develop the process call Immune Response Training™, effectively addressing chronic Lyme disease. Visit www.lymefree.com or call 401-737-1011.