Sunday, October 17, 2010

Drugs and Vaccines Are in Trouble

by Hugh Reed

There isn't a day that goes by that drugs such as anti-depressants, Fosamax, hormone replacement therapy, Avandia or Vioxx, which was all once strongly touted, are now being questioned for their side effects from psychosis and suicides, to spontaneous bone fractures, to cancers, to heart attacks. to deaths. Even aspirin is now being questioned as a possible cause of deaths as well as the bizarre effects of the 1918 flu. The list of withdrawn drugs is long but it does not include drugs still on the market which are known to harm or kill (of the drugs listed above, only Vioxx has been removed). And prescription aspirin, ibuprofen and other non-steroidal anti-imflammatories routinely kill more than 16,000 people a year.

And vaccines are facing similar issues, with increasing questions about declining safety, inadequate testing, efficacy, increased rate of disease contraction rather than less, ingredients, the associated deaths, the CDC not reporting miscarriages, and US government inaction despite serious adverse events, and even large numbers of deaths which are prompting foreign governments to halt vaccines in their countries. Vaccines are even being looked into as a possible cause of the 1918 flu pandemic.

As plain as it is that both drugs and vaccines present a serious risk to health and life (drugs kill more than 100,000 people a year in the US, the fourth leading cause of death, the collection of bad to frightening news about both has not been enough to fully indict them. There is a sense it is "just" this drug or "just" that vaccine, and a safe and effective one will be out shortly.

But a irrefutable and permanent indictment of both has now arrived.

A great revolution of medical science is in process, sweeping the scattered and great confusion of diseases and their varied treatments into simple order, thanks to physics. Rather than look at diseases as distinct entities needing distinct treatments, physics looked instead at what divides health, disease, or death, and it is electron flow. Health is based on a strong electron flow. Diseases, toxins, viruses, and infections have one thing in common, they deplete electrons - the more serious the disorder, the greater the loss of electrons. Death can be measured by no flow of electrons.

Orthodox medicine' with its panoply of drugs and vaccines disparages vitamins and minerals (nutrients) as treatments for disease, treating them either as worthless or dangerous, despite the millennia of their use by other cultures and despite university studies now showing their efficacy. But this on-going argument is now over. Physics has declared drugs and vaccines as the losers, for a simple reason: they both deplete electrons from the body, the very definition of a disease state. On the other hand, nutrients all add to electron flow, the definition of health.

The monumental paradigm shift that is now occurring in medicine - reducing all diseases, toxins, infections and viruses down to one central issue - electron loss, has accomplished what the older medical paradigm has failed at. Despite billions for research and studies, despite billions more on products, the older paradigm is swimming in disordered complexity and has failed to find cures for diseases.

The new paradigm has already reconfigured the considerable chaos of diseases and medical treatments and brought them into intelligible order. In the process, the tangle of treatments can be unscrambled as well. Because as physics disencumbers medicine from the idea that diseases, toxins, infections and viruses harm in different ways, and offers instead a single common pathway by which they all cause harm, it also dissipates confusion about treatment approaches. It reveals an inescapable division between what is required for health (adding enough electrons to neutralize loss) and what harms (depleting more electrons).

Vaccines and drugs have been failing individually for years (see above). Now, they all fail in common, based on physics. They deplete electron flow. If someone were ill, defined quite clearly now as "loosing electrons," the use of any drugs or vaccines would contribute to greater loss. For doctors or patients, the medical decision becomes plain - drugs and vaccine would be important to avoid, because they subtract from the very process required to get well, increasing electron flow.

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