Electronic medicine: Cure for cancer?
One of the things the conspiracy for world government takes great care to permeate is the profession of medicine, for the obvious reason that everybody, at least once in a while, goes to a doctor. You can control the patient, more or less, if you control the profession and the doctor. And so we suffer from what I call Monopoly Medicine.
Monopoly Medicine includes the American Medical Association, which federal Judge Susan Getzendanner ruled was running a “conspiracy” (her word) to destroy chiropractic, and which in fact was founded to destroy homeopathy. Monopoly Medicine also includes Big Pharma, the monster drug companies that presently are trying to make vitamin supplements illegal; along with its terror enforcement gang, the F.D.A., and its utterly subservient medical schools.
The Food and Drug Administration gangsters specialize in raiding health food stores and doctors’ offices, throwing doctors into jail, destroying their practices and lives and confiscating equipment. In Kent, Washington, they conned the local police, saying they needed help to raid some drug pushers.
Instead, the disgusted cops found themselves participating in an invasion of the office of Jonathan Wright, M.D., the renowned healer, where F.D.A. Nazis subdued patients, nurses and secretaries. They said they had found a contaminated vial of medicine in the garbage, which was true. Dr. Wright’s Tahoma clinic had thrown it there precisely because it was contaminated.
American doctors routinely work under a reign of terror. They must be familiar with tens of thousands of pages of federal regulations. To convict a man of any crime, however serious, the prosecutor must prove intent. If there is no intent, there is no crime. But if a doctor’s secretary enters the wrong code in the wrong box, it is prima facie “Medicare fraud,” even if the doctor did not intend it; even if he knew nothing about it.
Much of the time today, you are being treated by a salesman, not a doctor. The salesman is the “detail man” from the huge drug company, who tells the doctor about the latest drugs. The doctor generally knows little more than what the detail man tells him about a particular medicine. He doesn’t have time to learn more. The doctor used to take a long history; the better the history, the better the treatment. Today, in a medical version of bam bam, thank you ma’am, you are in and out in a few minutes, clutching a prescription.
For years, totalitarians have told us to imitate Canada. But as bad as it is becoming down here, it is even worse up there. By the time Canada’s government medicine does your procedure, you could well be dead and not need it. All you need to know about Canada’s medicine is that Canadian doctors and patients routinely escape and come here.
But now comes my new book, Electronic Medicine: Cure for Cancer? Electronic medicine is the Twenty First Century’s version of homeopathy, developed and systematized by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843). The so-called “orthodox” medicine we have been trained to use in this country believes that the symptoms are the disease. Homeopathy believes exactly the opposite: that the symptoms are the system’s attempt to fight off the disease.
The principle on which homeopathy is based is “like cures like,” which originated with Hippocrates some 2500 years ago. Hippocrates searched for medicines that were most like the disease. So, “alternative” medicine is not at all a new fad. “Alternative medicine” is genuinely traditional medicine. What Hahnemann called allopathy and we call “orthodox” medicine is a relatively new, perversion of medicine. Today’s drug culture medicine, in which people are trained from pre-K to be pharmaceutical drug addicts, has been around for little more than a hundred years.
Man is a biochemical, bioelectric being. What Hahnemann was doing without knowing it in his laborious search for cures, was finding a medicine with the same frequency as the disease he was treating. We are all familiar with the opera singer whose note shatters the glass. Why? Because her note and the glass emit the same frequency and establish a mutual resonance. In the same way, because “like cures like,” a medicine that has the same frequency as a pathogen will kill it when they collide.
Electronic medicine is the art of developing machines that create the frequencies needed to restore health. Some 75 years ago, a scientific genius named Royal Rife developed such a machine. Monopoly Medicine used gangster government to drive him out of this country. Rife had to hide out in Mexico, where so many other healers have fled.
Over the years, people using the Rife technology have been raided, imprisoned, driven to suicide and insanity. Government goon squads seized and smashed Rife equipment and pressured recovered patients to recant about the relief they had enjoyed. The foreman in one jury that convicted a Rife practitioner was an AMA doctor. The other jurors were kept in ignorance. An Ohio doctor named Stafford was hounded so badly he gave up medicine and became a salesman. Of course all this is standard Communist federal goon procedure whenever someone develops something Monopoly Medicine does not control.
All technology is primitive when it is first introduced. The original computers were even bigger than Rosie O’Donnell, which you can’t lift, but could not do as much as your calculator, which you can. Today’s electronic medicine is seventy five light years more sophisticated than Royal Rife’s monumental technology.
The company in the forefront of frequency technology today is Eagle Research, in Simpsonville, South Carolina, for whom I wrote the new book. Eagle produces a complete line of frequency products, including the Guardian, which magnifies the body’s frequencies to a previously inconceivable one trillion x and reinserts them into the system. Eagle also produces the Frequency Generator, with which one can literally use a telephone-type keypad to format the known frequencies of various disorders. Doctors are having remarkable success with the generator on previously incurable cases of ALS.
It is worth noting that Monopoly Medicine has made the terms “treat,” “heal” and “cure” “illegal” for people who are not Monopolists. Because we are docile to a fault, we don’t use those terms. For instance, we conduct “sessions,” not treatments. The terms are inaccurate and useless anyway, and should be swept into the dust bin of history, because they are hopelessly obsolete and do not describe what electronic medicine does. It restores the body’s balance, strengthening it so that it can heal itself.
Electronic Medicine: Cure for Cancer? is a brief history of medicine starting with Hippocrates. It explains the science of homeopathy and its relation to frequencies. And it is replete with examples of what electronic medicine has done. Diabetes patients about to enter surgery for amputations have restored themselves to normalcy and kept their feet. People with so much pain for so long that they could not get out of bed are now back at work. Domestic animals – for which there can be no placebo effect – have returned from the brink of death.
A lady with advanced, visible breast cancer used the Guardian. Three months later, the cancer was gone. So were a couple of prostate cancers I discuss in the book. In fact, the heroine of my book had cancer at least a couple of times, and suffered thirty seven surgeries (yes, thirty seven), chemotherapy and radiation; she finally found relief with the Guardian. The doctor pronounced her clear, but he irritably prescribed another six months of chemo and radiation, which she declined.
A month ago, at a medical convention in Toronto, an otherwise robust man of about sixty appeared at the Eagle booth with a pronounced spasm he had suffered for eleven years since an automobile accident. Every fifteen or twenty seconds for eleven years, he would suddenly contort as if subjected to a strong electric shock. He said he had been to doctors across Canada without success. He did the Guardian procedure once and a month later still has not suffered another spasm. Of course, this does not – does not – does not prove you would enjoy the same success, but he certainly did.
Because I am so inspired by the possibilities of electronic medicine, I not only wrote the book, but also I have agreed to become Eagle Research’s regional representative in Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana. If you want to know more, please get in touch with me. Electronic medicine could be a mighty weapon in the battle to destroy Monopoly Medicine, which is one of the conspiracy for world government’s most effective tools.
Recently, I did a book signing at the Eagle Research booth in Dallas at a convention of the American College for Advancement in Medicine, a vibrant group of doctors who believe in freedom of choice in medicine; who believe that medical choices should be made by doctors and patients, not by bureaucrats sitting in offices a couple of thousand miles away, who have never even seen the patients. Many of the doctors were enthralled with the frequency equipment and the book.
To order Electronic Medicine: Cure for Cancer? go to www.stangbooks.com and click on Buy a Stang Book! a wholesome habit you should develop. Meanwhile, I hope you enjoy many happy vibes.
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