30 April 2002

Allergies in Boston


Returning to Boston today, my sinuses informed me that the pollen count was up. Sure enough, on checking the web, they were high. This time, as in Washington, there are multiple pollens causing problems. My best estimates were 485653, 483644, 488777, and 486563. These frequencies really cleared my head, drained my sinuses, and left me feeling full of energy.

29 April 2002

Allergies in Washington, D.C. Area


Traveling to Washington, D.C., for a wireless conference, I came prepared for springtime allergies. As soon as I was out walking around for an hour I had the telltale signs of itching eyes and sinus drainage. Pulling out Delisos Atlantic Seaboard Mix and taking a few drops of this homeopathic remedy, my sinuses started to clear. I then tested myself for the frequency of the offending pollen which is 479644hz. Zapping my head and chest with the FSCAN completely cleared it up. Even better than the remedies. The allergens with this frequency get quickly into the blood stream and will infect other organs in the body so zapping the wrists also is important which will clear the bloodstream.

There is also some mold in the air. Delisos Eastern Mold Mix helps and 497537hz knocks it out. After working out in the health club in my hotel I zapped again for a couple of minutes to stay clear of allergen effects. On waking up in the morning I had a headache from another pollen I had not detected the evening before, probably because of low concentration. The frequency 465344hz cleared my head and eliminated the headache.

The latter pollen is specially not in Delisos Atlantic Seaboard mix. When I have time I need to nail down the exact pollen for each frequency.

I fired my allergist in 1990 when he said I needed to have a nurse come to my office every Friday to give me shots. That led me to allergy drops prepared by very fine grain testing for exact level of sensitivity to pollen (I'm allergic to all of them). This controlled the allergies, probably as well as shots would have without the nasty side effects. That was followed by homeopathy which not only controlled the allergies, but raised my energy level enough so that when tested for allergy drops several years later, I had no clinical response until we waited 30 minutes for the pin pricks to degrade my immune system. That was the end of allergy drops for me. It took me a decade to finally figure out the FSCAN is the ultimate technology, as least for pollens. These can be treated as an infection if you know the exact frequency.

28 April 2002

Innovation in Medicine: A Slow and Deadly Process


Rodgers, Everett M. Diffusion of Innovations, Fourth Edition. Free Press, 1995.

There is a lot of talk about evidenced based medicine, i.e. medicine based on statistically valid studies. However, only about 15% of medicine is evidence based. Most of it relies on the intuition and practice of the physician. Medicine is more of an art than a science and people's attitudes about medicine often resemble religious beliefs more than opinion based on study and research. The solution to your problem may be published already in the medical journals and you may die without discovering this.

Just to show how bad it can get, Rodgers documents the elimination of scurvy in the British Navy:

1497 - Vasco da Gama's crew of 160 men sailed around the Cape of Good Hope. 100 men died of scurvy. This was a typical mortality rate from scurvy on this type of journey.
1601 - English sea captain James Lancaster tries lemon juice experiment on some of his ships. Most men stayed healthy. On the three ships without lemon juice, 110 out of 278 men died of scurvy.
1747 - British Navy Physician James Lind tries a similar experiment on the HMS Salisbury. Men with scurvy were cured within a few days with citrus juice.
1795 - British Navy adopts citrus juice policy and all scurvy is eliminated on military vessels.
1865 - British Board of Trade adopts citrus juice policy on merchant marine vessels and eliminates all commercial scurvy.

In this case it took 264 years to eliminate all scurvy by eradicating Vitamin C deficiency on long ocean voyages.

I have read and reread the earlier editions of Rodgers book. The only other book that comes close in causing such a radical change in thinking about technology innovation is Christensen, Clayton M. The Innovator's Dilemma: When New Technologies Cause Great Firms to Fail. Harvard Business School Press, 1997.

Amazon's comments: Since the first edition of this landmark book was published in 1962, Everett Rogers's name has become "virtually synonymous with the study of diffusion of innovations," according to Choice. The second and third editions of Diffusion of Innovations became the standard textbook and reference on diffusion studies. Now, in the fourth edition, Rogers presents the culmination of more than thirty years of research... The fourth edition is (1) a revision of the theoretical framework and the research evidence supporting this model of diffusion, and (2) a new intellectual venture, in that new concepts and new theoretical viewpoints are introduced. This edition differs from its predecessors in that it takes a much more critical stance in its review and synthesis of 5,000 diffusion publications. During the past thirty years or so, diffusion research has grown to be widely recognized, applied and admired, but it has also been subjected to both constructive and destructive criticism. This criticism is due in large part to the stereotyped and limited ways in which many diffusion scholars have defined the scope and method of their field of study. Rogers analyzes the limitations of previous diffusion studies, showing, for example, that the convergence model, by which participants create and share information to reach a mutual understanding, more accurately describes diffusion in most cases than the linear model.

Rogers provides an entirely new set of case examples, from the Balinese Water Temple to Nintendo videogames, that beautifully illustrate his expansive research, as well as a completely revised bibliography covering all relevant diffusion scholarship in the past decade. Most important, he discusses recent research and current topics, including social marketing, forecasting the rate of adoption, technology transfer, and more. This all-inclusive work will be essential reading for scholars and students in the fields of communications, marketing, geography, economic development, political science, sociology, and other related fields for generations to come.

Strongly recommended. This is one of the few books that I reread periodically.

26 April 2002

Better Technology for Eliminating Allergies and Ear Infections


After curing all my allergies through methods explained elsewhere, the one infection that I had to ask my MGH physician for help with in the last five years was a recurrent ear infection. He gave me antibiotic drops which would eliminate it for a time.

Recently, when it recurred again, I asked myself what device in my arsenal did I have that was new. I had recently acquired one of Don Croft's Terminators, a small zapper that can be worn on the body 24 hours a day. The ear infection was gone by holding the zapper against the ear for about half an hour.

It flushed out the perpetrator of this recurrent infection which was a parasite. As soon as it was exposed I could detect the frequency. My FSCAN and EM6+ Rife device made short work of it. This then released some heavy metals causing pain which I handled with Plumbum 30C (homeopathic lead) and oral chelation therapy.

So this was a situation where heavy metals had reduced the immune capability of an area that was chronically infected by allergies. Repeated use of antibiotics to cure sinus and ear infections only made things worse and a parasite infection found a cozy home in the region.

The Don Croft Zapper is very useful for preventing the allergies, which prevents the infections, etc. as indicated below.

Right now in Boston, tree pollens are causing widespread allergic reactions. The pollens (or a microorganism that is part of the pollen) causes the allergic reaction by growing in your tissues. If you kill it, the allergic reaction stops immediately. The exact frequency for current tree pollens in Boston is 496583HZ and this frequency is very stable.

The FSCAN can be used to clear your system. However, when you are out and about (unless you use some really interesting technology which I will not discuss here) you can carry a Don Croft Terminator tucked into your belt or somewhere next to your skin. This kills the pollen as it lands and prevents the infection.

I'm experimenting this year with cross country running in the middle of the pollen season, something I have never been able to do before. So far, so good.

25 April 2002

Allergies: Treating with Homeopathy and Electronic Medicine


Sutherland, Jeff. Homeopathic Trials (letter). British Medical Journal, 19 Dec 2001.
The responses to Taylor's paper on the homeopathical allergic rhinitis is a fascinating portrayal of the controversy surrounding homeopathy in the medical community. As someone who has spent almost a decade funded by NIH doing cancer research and a co-founder of the Center for Vitamins and Cancer Research at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in the early 1980's, I have had a continuing interest in experimentation with complementary medicine for over two decades. Since I am now in the information technology area of healthcare, my clinical research program has to be self funded, and on my own time. However, it has led to some significant insights that might be pursued effectively by funded researchers. In fact, I am looking for a partner with a good microbiology lab as I write.

After completely eliminating my chronic severe allergies with homeopathy to the point where regular allergy testing produced no response (to the consternation of clinicians), I have moved on to comparing electromagnetic instruments to homeopathic effects. Many allergic responses can be terminated within two minutes by zapping the allergens with the right freqency. Homeopathy can then be used to prevent recurrence.

As another example, I can induce the same effect with Candida 100C as I can with treatment at the resonant frequency of Candida (usually in the 386KHZ range). This can be objectively measured by scanning with an FSCAN, an approved medical device in Europe, that pulses the body with various frequencies and listens for a resonant response.

So, treating with Candida 100C eliminates resonant frequencies with the FSCAN. Treating with the FSCAN at the resonant frequency produces exactly the same result. This is true for many other infections. In recent years, I have specialized in the detection and treatment of parasites and always use homeopathy as an adjuvant treatment since it immediately, and consistently improves repeatable results.

I believe these experiments can easily be replicated in any laboratory and could shed some light on the homeopathic response. So I am constantly amazed at the armchair philosophy expoused by researchers who have never done the experiments themselves to prove or disprove what they are saying. If there is anyone with a microbiology lab with a capacity to view results of treatments with homeopathy vs. frequency generators under a microscope, I would be interested in working together to resolve some of this ongoing debate.

Simple experiments could be done in vitro to demonstrate consistent effects. The research program could then move on to in vivo studies. Standard drug treatment could be tested against control groups treated with homeopathy, electronic devices, and a placebo. With a Ph.D. in Biometrics, I could help design the trial. My thesis advisor was John Bailar, M.D., Ph.D., the New England Journal of Medicine biostatistican for more than a decade. He might even give us some help if we had a convincing proposal.

22 April 2002

Vaccine: Contamination by Pathogens


Your physician may have read the recent issue of the New England Journal of Medicine which had pictures of a man with Eczema Vaccinatum from a Smallpox vaccination. The risks of vaccination must be examined carefully in the context of the risk of dying of the disease. In many cases, there are more prudent alternatives.

Images in Clinical Medicine: Eczema Vaccinatum — A Timely Reminder
A.E. Moses and R. Cohen-Poradosu, New England Journal of Medicine, 28 Mar 2002

Most people have never read articles in the leading journals on contamination of vaccines. It is bad enough that a vaccine may kill or disable you in its own right. It is quite another thing when improperly prepared vaccines gratuitously create morbidity and mortality. Benjamin McRearden has pulled together a compelling review of the literature in his paper:

What Is Coming Through That Needle? The Problem of Pathogenic Vaccine Contamination by Benjamin McRearden.

Some excerpts:

"In conclusion, most commercially available bovine sera are contaminated with BVDV (bovine viral diarrhea) and, although there is no evidence that the virus is infectious, bovine sera should be screened for this virus…for the development or production of vaccine." Yanagi M, Bukh J, Emerson SU, Purcell RH. Contamination of commercially available fetal bovine sera with bovine viral diarrhea virus genomes: implications for the study of hepatitis C virus in cell cultures. J Infect Dis 1996 Dec;174(6):1324-7.

"A study describes an outbreak of disease among goats due to a vaccine contaminated with a bovine pestivirus; oddly, these animals experienced reproductive failure and lesions to the central nervous system. So, can these disease symptoms in varied organs and tissues also occur in humans when they carry this virus short or long-term?" Loken T, Krogsrud J, Bjerkas I. Outbreaks of border disease in goats induced by a pestivirus-contaminated orf vaccine, with virus transmission to sheep and cattle. J Comp Pathol 1991 Feb;104(2):195-209.

"Because many medical-use biological products (including vaccines) are now being cultured or produced on what is called “continuous” cell lines (i.e., these are cell cultures consisting of “immortal” or cancerous types of cells because they have no limits on how many times they can divide), there is concern that viral contamination of these cell lines with a pathogen like bovine viral diarrhea virus, could spread cancer-promoting material into the human recipient."

Since typical lab tests will never detect these latent viruses or carcinogenic activity until it is too late, it is essential to use more sophisticated approaches to protect yourself.

15 April 2002

Antibiotics: Avoid them except in emergencies


The following is an excerpt from the FDA web site:

Disease-causing microbes that have become resistant to drug therapy are an increasing public health problem. Tuberculosis, gonorrhea, malaria, and childhood ear infections are just a few of the diseases that have become hard to treat with antibiotic drugs. Part of the problem is that bacteria and other microorganisms that cause infections are remarkably resilient and can develop ways to survive drugs meant to kill or weaken them. This antibiotic resistance, also known as antimicrobial resistance or drug resistance, is due largely to the increasing use of antibiotics. Other facts:

Though food-producing animals are given antibiotic drugs for important therapeutic, disease prevention or production reasons, these drugs have the downside of potentially causing microbes to become resistant to drugs used to treat human illness, ultimately making some human sicknesses harder to treat. About 70 percent of bacteria that cause infections in hospitals are resistant to at least one of the drugs most commonly used to treat infections. Some organisms are resistant to all approved antibiotics and must be treated with experimental and potentially toxic drugs.

Some research has shown that antibiotics are given to patients more often than guidelines set by federal and other healthcare organizations recommend. For example, patients sometimes ask their doctors for antibiotics for a cold, cough, or the flu, all of which are viral and don't respond to antibiotics. Also, patients who are prescribed antibiotics but don't take the full dosing regimen can contribute to resistance. Unless antibiotic resistance problems are detected as they emerge, and actions are taken to contain them, the world could be faced with previously treatable diseases that have again become untreatable, as in the days before antibiotics were developed.

13 April 2002

Nutrition: Are you getting 800IU of Vitamin D per day?

“A University Of Toronto Study recently found that people need significantly more vitamin D than has been commonly accepted. The study involved 796 women between the ages of 18 and 35, And showed that the generally recommend amounts of vitamin D. for women are too low to offer any benefit.

Reinhold Vieth and his colleagues found that any amount of daily vitamin D. intake under 800 IU Wasn’t enough to prevent the vitamin D. deficiency . Although numerous other studies and epidemiological trends have been supporting these same findings, The U.S. Food And Nutrition Board for osteoporosis-relatedmatters still recommends only 200 IU per day for women under the age of 50.”

Dr. David Williams. Alternatives. April, 2002, p. 5.

Wintertime vitamin D insufficiency is common in young Canadian women, and their vitamin D intake does not prevent it.

Vieth R, Cole DE, Hawker GA, Trang HM, Rubin LA.
Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Canada. rvieth@mtsinai.on.ca
Eur J Clin Nutr 01:55(12):1091-7

OBJECTIVE: We asked whether women self-reporting the recommended consumption of vitamin D from milk and multivitamins would be less likely to have low wintertime 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) levels. METHODS: This cross-sectional study enlisted at least 42 young women each month (age 18-35 y, 796 women total) through one year. We measured serum 25(OH)D and administered a lifestyle and diet questionnaire. RESULTS: Over the whole year, prevalence of low 25(OH)D (<40 nmol/l) was higher in non-white, non-black subjects (25.6% of 82 women) than in the white women (14.8% of 702 white women, P<0.05). Of the 435 women tested during the winter half of the year (November-April), prevalence of low 25(OH)D was not affected by vitamin D intake: low 25(OH)D occurred in 21% of the 146 consuming no vitamin D, in 26% of the 140 reporting some vitamin D intake, up to 5 microg/day (median, 2.5 microg/day), and in 20% of the 149 women reporting vitamin D consumption over 5 microg/day (median, 10 microg/day). INTERPRETATION: The self-reported vitamin D intake from milk and/or multivitamins does not relate to prevention of low vitamin D nutritional status of young women in winter. Recommended vitamin D intakes are too small to prevent insufficiency. Vitamin D nutrition can only be assessed by measuring serum 25(OH)D concentration.

12 April 2002

Herbal Supplements: Effect of Hypericum perforatum (St John's Wort) in Major Depressive Disorder


The Journal of the American Medical Association published a controversial study showing St. John's Wort was no better than a placebo in alleviating major depressive disorder. What is not obvious to the casual reader is that sertraline (Zoloft) was used also in the study and did no better than a placebo on the primary measures of the study. Ergo, Zoloft doesn't work either. See: Davidson, JRT. Effect of Hypericum perforatum (St John's Wort) in Major Depressive Disorder. JAMA, Vol. 287 No. 14, April 10, 2002.

Here is ARHP's response to the JAMA article: Silver Spring, MD, April 9, 2002 -- A study on the popular herbal remedy St. John's wort published in the April 10 edition of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) concluded that neither St. John's wort nor the widely prescribed antidepressant Zoloft are more effective overall than placebo in treating severe forms of depression. The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) and the National Nutritional Foods Association (NNFA) are critical of the study saying that it ignores the traditional use of St. John's wort and recent modern clinical trials that have demonstrated conclusively that St. Johnís wort is effective in the treatment of "mild to moderate" depression.

"This is a quintessential case of the 'Emperor's New Clothes,'" said Steven Dentali, Ph.D. vice president for scientific and technical affairs for AHPA. "It is inexplicable that JAMA has created such fanfare over the fact that St. Johnís wort is not shown to be effective for a condition that it was never intended to treat. The real story here is that if this study is believable it showed that a blockbuster drug, with sales of over $2 billion and prescribed to millions of Americans for severe forms of depression, may be no more effective than placebo."

St. Johnís wort is one of the top five selling herbal products in the United States and is the number one antidepressant used in Germany for the treatment of mild to moderate depression. The new multi-million dollar National Institutes of Health study was conducted on 340 patients diagnosed as having major depression. The study broke patients into three groups assigning one group to take a leading brand of St. Johnís wort, another group to take the anti-depressant pharmaceutical Zoloft and the third group a placebo (a sugar pill). The researchers reported that neither St. Johnís wort nor Zoloft were significantly different from placebo.

"This research in no way invalidates the scores of clinical studies and analyses that have clearly demonstrated that St. John's wort is effective for mild to moderate depression," said Phil Harvey, Ph.D., director of science and quality assurance for NNFA. "In fact, contemporary researchers have found evidence that St. Johnís wort extracts are "therapeutically equivalent to" and "at least as effective as" some commonly prescribed antidepressant drugs. Researchers also note that people have better tolerance for the herb."

Relevant Facts:
According to Web MD, in the U.S., approximately 10% of people suffer from major depression at any one time, and 20-25% suffer a major depressive episode at some point during their lifetimes. According to Nutrition Business Journal, St. Johnís wort sales in 2000 were $180 million. According to Med Ad News, Zoloft is the third best-selling selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor and the leading antidepressant in terms of share of new prescriptions. According to IMS Health Inc., 2000 Zoloft sales reached $2.14 billionVol. 287 No. 14, April 10, 2002.

11 April 2002

Medical Error: The 3rd Leading Cause of Death

Most people in the U.S. die of heart disease. There has been a significant reduction in deaths due to heart disease in recent years. The second leading cause of death is cancer. As indicated in Bailar and Gornik's paper below, there has been no significant reduction in deaths due to cancer in recent years. The third leading cause of death is medical error and that has most likely increased in recent years.

It was well known in 1975 when I joined the faculty of the University of Colorado School of Medicine that the risk of accidental death increased 10-fold upon signing in to a hospital. That risk is probably higher today because people are sicker, many more drugs are given, and an increasing number of antibiotic-resistant hospital induced infections cause an estimated 80,000 deaths per year (JAMA, July 26, 2000, p 483).

A wise person would avoid hospital admission unless they have a condition where the risk of dying outside of the hospital is significant. When it is necessary to be in the hospital it is wise to have a loved one present at all times to monitor proceedings, or to hire a healthcare professional to help oversee care.

In a Johns Hopkins study, Starfield reported that medical error is the third leading cause of death in the U.S. with an estimated 225,000 deaths/year and medication errors are the largest component of these deaths. An estimated 7000 deaths/year occur from medication errors in hospitals and 106,000 deaths/year occur from adverse drug events (ADEs). Bates et. al. reported that 42% of serious ADEs were preventable and that errors resulting in preventable ADEs occurred most often at the stages of ordering (56%) and administration (34%); transcription (6%) and dispensing errors (4%) were less common. Errors were much more likely to be intercepted if the error occurred earlier in the process: 48% at the ordering stage vs 0% at the administration stage. Leape showed that dosage errors, in particular, were primarily due to the physician's lack of knowledge about the drug or about the patient for whom it was prescribed.

Studies have shown that automating drug orders and administration reduce errors by 60-100% depending on type of medication error and that preventable ADEs cost $4685 and increase length of hospital stay by 4.6 days on the average. Automation of order entry and drug administration may be the fastest and cheapest way to reduce medical error and savings will typically more than pay for cost of automation.

Eldar provides an excellent recent review of the worldwide literature on medical error in an unlikely source, the Croatian Medical Journal. The author notes that in the 1995 Australian study found adverse events in 16.6% of 14,179 admissions vs. 3.7% in a 1984 Harvard study. However, 2/3 of the adverse events were omission, rather than commission. Perhaps this explains the discrepancy. Almost 50% of the errors were caused by surgery and only 20% by medication errors. Of the later 20%, ordering caused 56% and medication administration caused 24%. Careful observation in a teaching hospital in Israel indicated an average of 1.7 errors per day per patient was the norm. This has been my personal experience in a Boston hospital.

While the National Institute of Medicine has declared this a national emergency, I am constantly amazed in discussions with intelligent and highly educated people, that they find it impossible to grasp the seriousness of the problem. Their consciousness reinterprets the data to mean that sick people who are probably close to death anyway are just dying. This is not the case as these are unnecessary deaths that are largely preventable and they occur in healthy young people as well as older sick people.

“There is a growing conviction in all hospitals, even in those which are best conducted, there is a great and unnecessary waste of life. “ Florence Nightingale, 1859

06 April 2002

FSCAN: Eliminating Rosacea

Since the posting below to the Rifers group, I have seen mild recurrence of rosacea which is easily treated. I've found this parasite in other people who do not have rosacea. It seems to be endemic and will be passed between family members so entire family has to be treated. Is this case the cause is clearly a parasite. Other cases may or may not be the same.

From: Jeff Sutherland
Date: Tue Oct 16, 2001 5:13 pm
Subject: Rosacea update

After facial treatment by skin specialist at a spa, volunteer's face was red
and raw. Tested for rosacea and found one more frequency in addition to
previous treatment reported on the list, which is presumably another form of
the organism causing redness. Remaining frequencies were within 100-200
hertz of treatment several months ago. Treating at the frequencies below
eliminated virtually all redness within a few minutes. Going from high to
low eliminates body burden. Going from low to high then eliminates the
remaining organisms before any eggs can hatch.

Treated with FSCAN with Carolina slide 31-4522 Human, Skin Nonpigmented sec.
lying on top of cyclinder that comes with FSCAN. This maximizes power
transfer to skin. FSCAN effects are not dependent on electrical current.
Holding electrodes near the skin has same effect, i.e. magnetic field around
the electrode does the work.

9551, 5133, 3311, 1131

After redness was eliminated, tested for herpes frequencies because of other
postings saying rosacea was curable by treating for herpes. Test was
negative. This case is not associated with herpes, or the parasite
frequencies also killed the herpes. Next time will test for herpes first.

Rosacea is one of the easiest conditions to eliminate with the FSCAN, and
with dramatic and immediate visual effect. Unfortunately, I did not have my
digital camera with me to document the change.

Jeff Sutherland

Megavitamin Therapy: Leading researcher in carcinogenesis describes impact

LIFE EXTENSION WEEKLY UPDATE EXCLUSIVE
Bruce Ames on megavitamin therapy: "I suspect that the big impact is going to be in aging"

A review article coauthored by researcher Bruce Ames PhD of the University of California, Berkeley, published in the April 2002 issue of The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition featured the assertion that over fifty genetic diseases are successfully treated with high doses of vitamins, particularly those of the B complex, and that the vitamins may slow the effects of aging. Dr Ames suggests that there may be many more diseases treatable with megadoses of vitamins, and that the similar biochemical deficiencies of aging may be responsive to megavitamin therapies as well. Young people as well, may find vitamin supplementation useful to tune up their metabolism.

Dr Ames believes that the effectiveness of megavitamins are due to their role as coenzymes, which work with enzymes to perform metabolic functions. Certain genetic mutations reduce the ability of an enzyme to bind to its coenzyme, therefore decreasing the rate of the enzyme to catalyze a reaction. High levels of the right vitamins will raise the amount of coenzymes to a level sufficient to overcome the defect, reversing the effect of the mutations. Dr Ames and his coauthors have estimated that up to one-third of all genetic mutations result in the corresponding enzyme having a decreased binding affinity for a coenzyme. Examples of diseases that can in some instances be caused by mutations and which are responsive to high doses of vitamins cardiovascular disease, migraine, some cancers, alcohol intolerance, blindness, kidney disease, mental retardation, hemolytic anemia and Alzheimer's disease.

Dr Ames commented, "These 50 diseases are just the tip of the iceberg. Individual doctors have noticed this, but nobody put it all together. Now, doctors are going to try high-dose vitamin therapy the minute they know a coenzyme is involved in a disease or there is a problem with the substrate. It makes sense, since many of the vitamins are generally recognized as safe in large doses. I think this kind of thing will turn up all over once people start looking."

Dr Ames notes that B vitamins are sold in dosages hundred times the recommended daily allowances and are considered safe for most people. The review's authors write, "There is potentially much benefit and possibly little harm in trying high-dose nutrient therapy because of the nominal cost, ease of application and low level of risk."

02 April 2002

Allergy Relief: Using the FSCAN to eliminate pollens and mold

http://groups.yahoo.com/fscan
Date: Mon, 01 Apr 2002 03:28:15 -0000
From: "jsutherland"
Subject: Pollens

I've been using the FSCAN for several years now and the more
interesting things are the unexpected results I find with it. On the
Rifers list I mentioned last year that pollens can be killed with
the FSCAN and it eliminates the allergic response.

Right now the pollen count in the Boston area is medium and it is
heading to high by mid week. While www.pollen.com says it is mostly
tree pollens, the offender for the last couple of days is actually
mold.

This was determined using Delisos homeopathic allergy kits. I have a
complete set and the one that eliminates symptoms is North Atlantic
Mold Mix.

Later I zapped with the FSCAN at 499583 and that also eliminates
symptoms. Tree pollens seem to be in the 497KHZ range and molds in
the 499KHZ area.

Walking around town today, the pollens induce lung symptoms, cough,
and I couldn't carry my FSCAN around so I took one of Don Croft's
Terminator II small zappers and stuck it in my belt. I think it puts
out around 15KHZ. It was pretty effective at eliminating symptoms.

This evening I put a microscopic slide on the top of the cylinder
that comes with the FSCAN (Mold types w.m. 25-7656 from
www.carolina.com) and the combination of the frequency and plate
zapping with the slide eliminated all symptoms in about 30 seconds.
Extremely effective.

I always us homeopathic as complementary therapy and low potency
Antimonium Tartaricum in water sipped several times a day when
exposed is very helpful for the current pollen exposure in Boston.
These combination strategies can keep a very allergic person
completely free from allergy symptoms.

Tomorrow morning and the rest of the week when I go jogging in the
middle of the high pollen count will be the extreme test.

Jeff Sutherland

Smallpox: Dialogue from SymphonicHealth@yahoogroups.com

Date: Tue, 26 Mar 2002 07:52:40 -0000
From: "John"
Subject: Re: Re: Comments on postings on SIDS and measles

----- Original Message -----

>From: "jsutherland"
>To:
>Sent: Saturday, March 30, 2002 10:36 PM
>Subject: [SymphonicHealth] Re: Comments on postings on SIDS and measles

> John,
> The papers you posted on Smallpox were really interesting. This week's
> New England Journal is entirely devoted to Smallpox and can be freely
> downloaded. They included some historic writings and photos. To their
> credit there were a couple of photos of people who were horribly
> inflicted with aftereffects of the vaccination, pointing out that
> Smallpox vaccination is not without risk.

I'll have a look. It is one thing they can't deny--vaccinia http://www.whale.to/v/vaccinia-necrosum.html

Over 200 years they have had to admit that but the new vaccines are "safer" of course although they do admit smallpox vaccine is one of the most dangerous and even admit it was killing 20 kids a year. Which is why they haven't jumped at vaccinating the whole country although they have 500 million doses--could happen though, depends on who owns the stock I suppose.


>
> In the case of the historic homeopathic experience, Robin Murphy
> quotes similar material in his tapes over and over for many different
> diseases. He has spent a lot of time digging into old journals in
> major U.S. hospitals that were former homeopathic hospitals and may be
> able to provide references. Unfortunately, I don't have access to
> Murphy's records.
>
> The papers you posted make my point. Homeopathic treatment can work as
> well or better than vaccination without vaccinations nasty side
> effects. Not only that, it can cure the vaccinated patients that come
> down with Smallpox.

Yes, and when you look into it they thought smallpox was less of a problem than measles. They make it into a wizard of oz disease to make out they have saved us from the wiz, and to be able to scare us when needed. They must have killed millions with the vaccines and by ignoring the real reasons for smallpox--poor diet, sanitation etc.

"In a recent number of the Leicester Free Press, it is said :-" So far as we are concerned in Leicester, a town containing 120,000 inhabitants, with many thousands of unvaccinated children, smallpox seems to be about the least dangerous of all diseases, and is not to be named by the side of scarlet fever, measles, whooping cough, diarrhoea, or even consumption. If a case of small-pox is discovered, instant isolation is adopted, and during the last five years we have hardly had five deaths. That being the state of the case, one need not wonder that the fear of the disease should disappear, or that resistance to vaccination should increase."--William Tebb 1881 http://www.whale.to/v/smallpox2.html

I'll have to get some of those Murphy tapes.

I have bought Coulters, vol 3 I think, but not much on measles in there.

Talking to a homeopath he says measles shouldn't be suppressed anyway, and lack of it is a sign of energy weakness.

john

01 April 2002

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