How We Really Get Sick
What if you invented a device that could search people for the presence of mycotoxins (extremely toxic substances made by food molds)? And what if you found that although many people had them, those who were sick with a cold always had at least one of them. Would you ask whether a sudden buildup of mycotoxins is what really lets colds develop? Why do some people in the same family get the cold while others do not?
• What if you found everyone with cancer had the human intestinal fluke in their liver, and no one else did?
• What if you found everyone with diabetes had the pancreatic fluke of cattle in their pancreas, and few others did?
• What if you found everyone with environmental illness tested positive for Fasciola (sheep liver fluke) in their liver?
• What if you found everyone with asthma tested positive for Ascaris in their lungs?
What if you always found every mysteriously ill person had some unsuspected parasite or pollutant?
The device is the Syncrometer™, and these “what ifs” are all true. They forced me to alter my entire outlook on what really causes some of our “incurable”, mysterious diseases.
We used to believe that diabetes was caused by over consumption of sugars, a cold by a virus you caught from somebody, cancer from carcinogen exposure, depression from poor parenting. This multicausal concept is what made the study of medicine so difficult that only a few could undertake it. And every year new syndromes are added to the list of human illnesses.
But these diagnoses are based on a description of what is happening at a particular place in your body. This is like calling a mosquito bite behind the ears by one name and a mosquito bite behind the knee by another name. If you never see the true cause, a mosquito at work, this system could be excused as somewhat sensible.
And, until now, the profession of medicine has made some sense. The new truths, however, make the old descriptive system obsolete. You can now find the true causes of all your illnesses. And you can find them yourself by building the electronic diagnostic circuit (page 457)!
once you have seen a mosquito at work on your body you no longer need to go to the doctor for a red, itchy bump. You don’t need to search for the correct diagnosis and an appropriate drug.
You put up screen doors and windows!
once you have seen how common house dust is implicated in the common cold you get rid of the house dust. once you have seen the mold in your food facilitate the cold virus you throw out that moldy food. But only seeing is believing. Nothing is left to faith. The electronic resonance method described in this book will let you see all these things for yourself.
You are not a hapless pawn attacked by bacteria and viruses that dart at you from nowhere to make you ill. You are not at the mercy of diseases all around you, hoping, by chance, to escape, like a soldier hoping to come home from the war. Nature and your body make good sense.
There is no disease that can outwit you if you know enough about it. Not even Lou Gehrig’s disease! Nor asthma or diabetes. Read how the people in the case histories made themselves well. Read why some people failed. You have an advantage they did not have. Their instructions were hard to carry out because they had to have faith in them. You don’t. You can replace faith with your own hard headed observations by building the diagnostic circuit (Syncrometer). The great convincer is seeing it yourself. When you personally find the mold in your peanut butter, or Shigella in your cheese, you have the knowledge, not faith, that convinces and guides you.