I plan to interview Charles Lindbergh (Erik’s choice) next week and was wondering if any of you have specific questions for me to ask him other than the obvious one about his kidnapped child. If you do, could you please email me your list? firstname.lastname@example.org.
I had a weird experience last night with Erik. I was in sort of a dream state when he appeared in front of me. I hugged him and felt my vibrational frequency go way up to the point where I was buzzing all over my body. It almost became uncomfortable, so I asked him to move away and he did. I never thought I’d ask Erik to go away, but I just got a little scared. Have any of you had similar experiences?
Enjoy today’s post and have a lovely weekend, everyone. I love you all!!
Me: I’m keeping my fingers crossed that the Internet behaves itself!
We’ve had trouble of late because Kim lives out in the sticks.
Kim: The Internet is slow. Erik’s not slow. We all know that!
Me: Oh my god, no!
Me: Okay, well I’m kind of caj (casual) today, because I’m still in vacation mode. I seriously have to get out of that mode because I have a lot to do. Hey, I love you, Erik!
Erik (mocking me): Hey, I love you, Mom.
Me: Okay, we’re going to talk about some interesting things today. Of course I think they’re always interesting. Here’s a short question before we delve into the main topic. Actually, it might end up being a long topic! More than one blog member has asked me to ask this. I’ll read what this person says. “Dr. Raymond Rife cured 16 out of 16 terminally ill cancer patients. In 1922 he started the research in cancer. In 1932 he managed to isolate a cancer microorganism known as VX Virus. A year after he designed the Universal Microscope that could magnify an object 60,000x their normal size. He used light frequency resonance to destroy organisms using a natural frequency without destroying adjacent tissue. He named this process Mortal Oscillatory Rate. In 1934 Dr. Milbank Johnson, who was to declare the results of Rife’s cancer therapy, was lethally poisoned and his documents vanished. Rife’s laboratories were set on fire and ruined. Dr.Nemes, who had replicated a part of Rife’s work, died in a inexplicable fire along with the destruction of all his research papers. Royal Rife was murdered by fatal combination of Valium and alcohol in 1971 at the Grossmont Hospital. Is that because cancer is a $160 million dollar business?”
Check out the story HERE.
Erik: Mom, the motivation behind all of this was money. The potential for success was obvious. It was recognized, and basically put to a stop. Somebody went after him to stop him, but I don’t think the intention was to get rid of the documentation. They wanted to save that, but obviously things didn’t quite work out that way.
Kim (smiling): Erik is talking about—I have no idea what this means, but there’s something about this scientist, whatever he was working on, whatever discoveries he made had something to do with oxygen, the way oxygen affects the cells vs. the virus. So it had a lot to do with his discoveries with oxygen. I’m not sure where that falls. He makes me feel like this researcher was on the brink of some sort of contract to where money was at stake. There was a big exposure about to happen, and I feel like that was when it was stopped. The timing –
Erik: It was all about the timing.
Me: Well, Erik, was it somebody involved in Big Pharma like a big pharmaceutical company or several big pharmaceutical companies?
(Long pause as Kim listens)
Kim: I don’t think so. That doesn’t resonate with him. He makes me feel like it was his peers, his competition.
Me: Oh, okay.
Erik: There were other researchers that worked with him that wanted the credit for the discovery and obviously the money, too.
Kim: I don’t think it was pharmaceutically related.
Erik: Now, it is. In our current time, there’s a lot of information known about how to stop the spread of cancer, but the research we’re talking about with the scientists back then, or rather the treatments, cost a lot of money, and they don’t want to spend the money. They know how to do it, but they don’t want to spend the money. That’s why we keep seeing pharmaceuticals being recycled and pushed rather than new research.
Me: Well, also, I saw this YouTube where this doctor blew up about the pharmaceutical companies and how 95% of cancers aren’t cured by chemotherapy, and oncologists are the only doctors that actually get paid for prescribing chemotherapy to their patients. They get a kickback. He said that nutrients and other natural things that Big Pharma cannot profit by can often yield better results. Also, a blog member sent me this YouTube of an Irish shepherd who contracted Swine flu, and he got really sick, developed ARDS (adult respiratory distress syndrome,) and was on a ventilator and life support for months. I don’t know how this came about, but his family insisted that the doctors give him high dose IV vitamin C. Of course the doctors refused. “No, no no! That’s just a vitamin!” Eventually, the family got their way, and in one day, the whited out lungs on x-ray were completely clear, and in three days, he woke up out of his coma. And I hear from other scientists that vitamin C, high dose, IV vitamin C, can cure just about anything, including snake bites, you know. (I say this last bit in a goofy way.) So tell me about that.
Here’s that video:
Erik: Mom, it’s true. If you take away all pharmaceuticals, we still have everything we need to achieve health.
Kim: I have to recognize this because he won’t stop saying it. It has nothing to do with anything, but when you are on something or talking about something that, I don’t know. Erik is just admiring your little titches and the way you talk like, “Snake bites,” like the way you say it.
Me: Oh, okay, okay. I’m just a freaking nerd!
Erik: Don’t you just love the way she talks sometimes?
Me: You’re just trying to say I’m a nerd!
Kim: It’s so funny because he keeps saying it!
Erik: Let’s back up a minute and recognize that disease didn’t start because of the lack of “medication.” So when disease begins, there are more natural and easier ways to heal and restore your body’s health.
Kim: When he says, “easier,” he’s talking about no side effects.
Me: Oh, nice!
Erik: With pharmaceuticals, there are a lot of things that happen. You might cure something, but you might also disrupt a lot of other things.
Me: True, but to be fair, there are a lot of “natural” things that can have harmful side effects, too, like the plant, foxglove, which is the ingredient in the heart failure drug, Digoxin. It’s highly toxic if you take over a certain amount. So I’m sure it depends on that natural substance. So check with your doctor! Don’t just go out in the backyard and start eating the weeds, people!
Erik: That’s the trouble, Mom. It’s about the correct amount of holistic medication or herbal remedies. In their natural state, they’re so much more potent so sometimes it only takes a little bit. We are people who need quick results and convenience. We need it now, so oftentimes you see people doing more harm than good because they don’t educate themselves first when it comes to holistic remedies. Light and sound frequencies are very beneficial, too. Talking about the vitamin C, if you get the right form, it’s very potent.
Me: Well, we’re all energy, including the pathogens, the diseases, whatever, and color, light and sound can affect energy. I was really pleased to see my daughter, Michelle, who’s in nursing school now, studying a chapter on energy medicine. She’s learning about distance healing, chakras and all that, and I think that the cancer hospital, M.D. Anderson, has an Energy Medicine department. So the world is coming around. Good.
Erik: Slowly but surely.
Me: Anything else on this subject before we go on?
Kim: He’s encouraging people to open their minds to things like sound therapy.
Erik: It’s something you can’t hurt yourself with. Mom, a bit part of it is when people are going through illness, they feel like they have no power. They feel powerless and sometimes hopeless. So sound therapy is an easy go-to where you can’t hurt yourself. Your body is going to take what it needs, energetically, so look into it to try to achieve healing.
Me: How can we find out more about that, just Google it? Any specific advice?
Erik: There are a lot of places online where you can research different frequencies and the areas of the body they correlate with, what chakras they correlate with. There are also a lot of physical locations like brick and mortar sites that you can go to and receive the therapy.
Kim: He’s showing me tuning forks. Here are his words. Sometimes his words don’t match his energy.
Erik: They use differently calibrated tuning forks like two forks that put off a different pitch and also provide healing.
Erik: Do your research, people. I promise you it’s helpful.
Me: Same thing with light therapy? Are there brick and mortar places for that, or is there a certain lamp we can buy?
Erik: Light therapy is a little harder to access. You can look up and read about it, but sound therapy is something you can find easily on the Internet and do at home. Light therapy requires a little bit more knowledge and potentially guidance from an expert in the field. Light, different colors have different frequencies that correlate with different areas in the body. Yeah, yeah. You know the rest.
Erik: Look up according to your need. If it’s hip pain, back pain, find out the chakra that correlates with that. Start doing all of your research and put your awareness there at that level, then start working from the inside out.
Erik: I mean from the spiritual level to the physical level.
Me: Okay. That sounds awesome!