So Tad was right about at least one thing: the elite really do want to kill us and one of their plans is to release pathogens.
Yes. I know The X-Files is a work of fiction. But I also know Chris Carter is hoping at least some Americans become more aware through watching his fictional characters. Stephen King told his children that fiction is the truth inside a lie, and many authors reveal some deep truth in their stories.
What if there is really a plan to wipe out a huge part of humankind through plague? Certainly The X-Files isn’t the only place we hear of such a plan. The Stand, Twelve Monkeys and, more recently, Helix come to mind.
If there is such a plan, is there any way in which we might survive — short of getting some of Scully’s alien DNA, that is?
Well…it isn’t likely to be vaccines. One of the wildest allegations made by Tad is that vaccines are crafted to make us sick. Many believe that. But even if you don’t want to consider that possibility, the truth is that vaccines aren’t the best scientific means for boosting the immune system. To the contrary: vaccines weaken the immune system. Here is a factual, scientifically-based article to help understand that fact: Your Immune System: How It Works and How Vaccines Damage It
In fact, based on that article and many others, the first way in which one may boost the immune system is: avoid vaccines.
There are many natural boons to the immune system. Here are a few of our favorites:
Hippocrates said “Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food.”
One of the main affronts to human health in this time is genetically altered food, and food laden with toxins from many sources, both from the growing process and the packaging of processed foods, some of which actually contain intentionally added petroleum derivatives. Check out our Twitter feed to learn more about some of that.
It is still possible to find uncontaminated food. The more you are willing to grow and cook, the simpler it will be for you to have sources of healthy food. A note to older Baby Boomers: what used to be called ‘food’ is now called ‘organic food’. A fun movie to watch that shows how radically chemical fertilizers have changed agriculture is The Smell of Success.
Food cookware and storage are concerns as well. Plastic storage as well as aluminum and non-stick cookware can all introduce harmful substances into food.
Oil of Oregano
Herbal Resistance Drops
Many people I know have found oil of oregano and herbal wellness drops invaluable in overcoming both bacterial and viral infections.
Coconut Oil is another great boon to health. It is a wonderful fat for cooking, and as an ingredient in such foods as healthy fudge (see below). Topically it is a wonderful antibiotic healing balm. I have seen a little coconut oil on a cut or slight burn covered with a band-aid heal almost overnight.
Dr. Hulda Clark’s Zapper
Only people more comfortable with esoteric information will be comfortable with the “Zapper” which is said to stimulate the immune system. Many people have great testimonies based on using this instrument.
A video and more immune support ideas can be found at the Doctor You Immune Support page.
Will we see a plague as in The X-Files episode that aired February 22? Personally, I think not. My personal belief is that there have been evil plans to launch at least a few plagues and they have failed. Bird Flu, Ebola, Zika and others have all been hyped by the media as potential plagues. Though they have inspired some fear, which was likely intended (if you are not familiar with the concept of “loosh” considered the food of demonic entities, this article might help bring understanding: Understanding Loosh) they failed as population reduction plans. At the same time, HIV has virtually wiped out hemophiliacs and has killed millions of vulnerable portions of the population.
Just in case there is an evil plan to wipe us all out — and even if there isn’t — supplementing and fostering our own immune system, as well as those of our families is certainly a virtuous and worthwhile undertaking.
Coconut Oil Fudge Recipe
- 2 cups organic coconut oil
- 1/2 cup maple syrup or honey
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 1/4 teaspoon sea salt
- 1 cup organic unrefined cacao powder
- 1 cup chopped walnuts
Preferably with a stand mixer, beat coconut oil (on low until it softens), then add maple syrup or honey, vanilla and salt, until well mixed.
Turn off mixer, and add cacao powder. Mix by hand until blended, then beat on high until mixture is well combined. Stir in nuts, and turn mixture into a glass pan. Allow to set in refrigerator for 7-8 hours before cutting. Keep fudge refrigerated so the texture is preserved.
NOTE: if coconut oil melts (above 74°), the mixture will separate, and you will have a pan of liquid coconut oil with a layer of cacao on the bottom 🙁 🙂