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Re: Stage-4 cancer cured in 7 weeks without chemotherapy, says remarkable patient
 
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Re: Stage-4 cancer cured in 7 weeks without chemotherapy, says remarkable patient


Well, I know Dr, Clark (my hero, can you tell?? *lol*) did emphasize that getting all that toxic dental work out was of great importance. I just haven't gotten around to it.

If I wasn't able to stop just about anything in it's tracks with herbs and actually EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) works for that too (just gotta be persistent and realize at first the body will tire after a while and not be able to keep it up so a back up plan is necessary) and zapping, I'd probably worry more about it. And I do have plenty to worry about---I'll probably end up in dentures! Another reason I'm not too anxious to go there. :)

I'm one of those 'if I have to' kind of people and thus far, I haven't found it necessary. You actually can tap out (EFT) toxins I've found, but very slowly since the crap tends to form into clots and well, you don't want those floating around.

You also can tell your body to stop absorbing toxins which my body was overjoyed to do--it thought I was putting all that crap in there on purpose for later use and would squirrel it away. When I tapped/explained that no, we were being sabotaged by external malicious forces trying to kill us, it kinda went 'oohh' and i got the distinct impression now that it understood, there was no way it was going to store those any more.

As you can see my healing journey has taken some interesting twists but every one of them has only increased my health and awareness (and yes, I'll confess my weirdness factor). So despite how goofy or unlikely what I say sounds, it's all tried, tested and true--for me, of course.

And lest you think I'm 'off the deep end' crazy, I'm pretty sure the folks in my masters program woulda picked up on it. The only way to pass that program was to demonstrate--on yourself-- that you knew how to use what you were learning, as well as get feedback from everybody; fellow students as well as faculty. I passed with no problem--other than I called a professor out for encouraging some of the younger folks to not do their work, because he wasn't doing his.

Being at this program, my belief was he would thank me for the feedback and get to work. Nope. he got all defensive and then flunked me on my oral exam. All my fellow students were as shocked as I was, and when I told the dean, she said she'd look into it. About 2 months later, before I'd even scheduled my oral again, my diploma arrived, and most of the original faculty broke away and went to another school. I think my issue with this guy were issues those faculty had been having too, and my case brought it to a head.

So, I think I really passed that oral just fine. It was his need for 'revenge' at the base of the problem. But yah, I guess you could say I was a bit crazy for confronting this guy who had that much power, but really, I just can't stand duplicity, and will face it down regardless of possible consequences. They don't teach us marines to back down from a fight, eh? *lol*
 

 
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