Erik on Cancer and Cancer Cures, Part Two

Wednesday, I had some AC duct cleaning company inspect my AC system. For some reason, I’ve been nudged to do that in spite of Rune’s resistance (i.e. it costs money.) They found all sorts of mold in one of the systems, the older one, and showed me all sorts of nasty pictures. They said my newer system was fine and didn’t need anything, but the older one needed a mold crew to come in and get rid of it, clean all the ducts and registers, fix all the broken seals which permit condensation, blow some spore killing sanitizer throughout the entire system and paint everything with this stuff called Foster 40-20 to make sure the mold never comes back. They’ll give me a 10 year warranty that includes annual inspections and, if anything needs to be done, it’d all be free. I felt they were pretty honest because they sell UV units, and when I asked about those, they told me that wasn’t necessary with the sanitizing and the Foster 40-20. Good, because that would have been costly. Thankfully, they said that it hadn’t gotten to the sheetrock. If it had, that would have been horrible.

All this might explain my weird, itchy, blistery rash (which is now gone after the sanitizing the first day), Lukas’s “allergy symptoms,” and more. Mold can even cause cancer, mental illness, fertility issues, etc. For more information, click HERE.

Oh, and I told them I’d accept their deal if they’d agree to clean my dryer vent. Glad they did because it was a fire hazard ready to happen!

Anyway, here’s last night’s radio show if you missed it! This was an amazing one because we had the very esteemed author of Your Soul’s Plan, Dr. Robert Schwartz, as our guest .He gave us so much incredible information about not only past life regression but also between lives regression where you can find out what the hell you signed up for before incarnating into this current life! Check him out: and sign up to visit a loved one, be regressed to a past life, find out what you signed up for in your between lives session and much more!

And now for the last part on cancer and cancer cures. Enjoy! Thanks, Jennifer, for a great job! Find her at! After the transcript, you’ll find the movie I referenced entitled, “Cancer is Big Business.” Fascinating!

Elisa: Hello Jennifer and Hi my boy Erik!

Jennifer:  Hey, how’s it going?

Elisa: Going great, back from my trip. Getting a little accustomed to being back in the swing of things, but you know after a few days it will be A okay.

Jennifer: Yes, welcome back, welcome back.

Elisa: Thank you, I love you Erik! I already told you that.

Erik: I love you!

Elisa: So, a lot of people ask about Cancer, you know, my first question to you Erik is why is it so common now? What is it, that it seems to be, are we just living long enough to have it or what is it? Or is it something in the environment?

Erik: There is many factors, yes the environment, food, do contribute a big portion to it, yes people living longer and also people choosing to experience cancer. There has been an increase in that. So there is multiple, multiple reasons, some technology, new technologies and stuff are causing an increase in things. People still smoke so much, there’s so many things that are increasing the cancer.

Elisa: Well, let’s back up, first tell me the top three spiritual contractual reasons that people would want to put cancer into their lives, I think one of them would probably be a lesson for their caregivers because it’s just really emotionally heart wrenching to watch a loved on go through that and have to take care of them and have to watch them wither away and change their diapers and all of that, it’s really tough.

Erik: For some people it’s an experience that they, themselves need to have, to experience. A lot of times when that happens, one of the experiences a person wants to have is needed to rely on others. That’s a very difficult for many of us to do, is to ask for help and to accept help, so that’s a big reason because, you really need others when you’re suffering like this, so for that soul’s own experience but yes also for the caretakers and the loved on and the people around them who watch them go through this, that’s another one of the reasons. 

Jennifer:  He’s making me feel like there are a lot of people, a lot more instances of it because there does need to be change with how it’s viewed, how it’s treated, and so there’s the small, it seems like small reasons for it, and then there’s the more global, the more world wide reasons.

Elisa: Sure. Why do people have such a hard time accepting help? Is it self-loathing? Or lack of control? Probably all of the above.

Erik: Yeah, lack of control is a big one, humility, embarrassment, you know because some of it gets to be so so bad, there’s just so much to learn from that experience that a lot of souls choose to live this way to learn some of these things.

Elisa: Ok, let’s talk about maybe the top three to five cause of cancer that are not contractual. One thing I want to ask, you know how they use Round Up, glyphosate or whatever it’s called on crops and stuff and some think that’s a reason that so many dogs now or pets now are getting cancer, well I switched mine to, my dogs to, Taste of the wild, is all wild sourced, or wild caught things, they don’t even have chicken in it usually because chickens eat corn that might be from a crop that might be sprayed by Round Up, so it’s like bison and wild caught salmon and things like that, so is that part of the reason, that for example humans get cancer?

Erik: Yeah, yes that is one of the reasons is the food, and what’s being done, the processing of the food, the treatment of the food, that is one of the reasons that cancer has increased. It is contributing to it, that’s a tricky one, because it would be so hard, to the point where impossible for everything that all humans consume to be organic. There’s already not enough food, that’s so tough that one but yes the food and the chemicals  and the way that foods processed is one of the issues for the increase in the cancers, the technology, like what travels through the air.

Elisa: Yeah, I was just thinking that, yeah all the Wi-Fi and all the radio waves and things.

Erik: Yeah, yeah, that contributes, ok so we are talking non-contractual stuff. Believe it or not a lot of it is contractual, skin, the skin cancer, that’s the sun, being out in the sun, that still a big problem, that still a big one, that’s not contractual.

Elisa:  Yeah, okay, I guess we need to start wearing those aluminum foil helmets after all/

Erik: Yeah, go ahead and start that trend Mom!

Elisa:  Yeah, no, I don’t think so! People already think I’m crazy so, why not. All right, so are we in danger from glyphosate? I don’t even know if they use that on American crops anymore, they certainly shouldn’t but does that mean we should avoid grains? 

Erik: Well, as much as you can, of course in the United States it is a little easier to find the organic option than it is in other countries, you do have more options here, so, if you are concerned about it, yes, eat as close to organic as you can.

Elisa: Maybe we need to go Paleo, I don’t know.

Erik: Yeah, there is, it doesn’t seem like it, it doesn’t feel like it but there is, they are making strides towards bettering how they treat the crops, and the processing of the foods and the chemicals, it really is something that is being worked on.

Elisa: What about, I always thought that diet drinks were, seems like every patient that I had, with, that had some sort of brain cancer, they were big drinkers of diet drinks, big drinkers of diet drinks, and you know part of it, is you know they keep these diet drinks in warehouses and they get hot and that turns something, I think.

Erik: Yeah, because with the plastic too, the plastic gets hot, plus the chemicals that are already in there. That really is, poison, it’s not good for the body the artificial sweetener, so. There’s also, for each individual person their genetic makeup, also contributes to not only if they will or won’t get cancer but to where the cancer affects the body.

Elisa: Yeah.

Erik: So, if you had ten thousand people all doing exactly the same thing, eating exactly the same thing, it would be ten thousand different cases.

Elisa:  Yeah, well I mean, I think sharks don’t get cancer, maybe we could learn something from that, why don’t they get cancer? If that’s true.

Erik: Yeah, well, they are actually doing studies on that, to try to figure out why. Yeah, no they don’t. It’s got to do with their DNA, it’s got to do with the structure of their DNA.

Elisa:  Okay, interesting. 

Erik: But yeah, that is being studied and researched.

Elisa: All right now, let’s talk about the cures for cancer, you know chemotherapy, I don’t know about chemotherapy. First, one thing is big Pharma is involved and they care about the bottom dollar but also the thing I don’t like about chemotherapy is oncologists actually get paid to use these drugs, so there’s a bit of a conflict of interest and I just feel and I might be wrong that there might be other ways to cure cancer. I remember when I was sixteen, okay, I wrote this paper and you know I went to patent it, but I didn’t have the money so I put it in an envelope and addressed it back to myself certified mail but basically it was to put cancer cells into a patients immune system that already had that cancer, but to create antibodies I guess, and make those antibodies and attach either radioactive tiny molecule or chemotherapy to it so it can go just to their cancer and not cause other problems and now they’re doing it! So, God dang it, should get some money for that! But, any way so what should we do to combat cancer.

Erik: Okay, first and foremost even if there are better cures and more cures, people will still die of cancer.

Elisa: Oh yeah.

Erik:  It will not cure everybody, so that’s the first thing. This is not a disease that we can eradicateOkay, so, it’s again with the different people and for some people chemotherapy does kill cancer. 

Elisa: Yeah.

Erik: And so, those people might not do well with one of the other alternatives, so it’s like, yeah chemo, chemo is so so awful but for some people it still does work. 

Elisa: Okay yeah. Of course.

Erik: It will kind of always be around, but there is stuff that they have that they don’t want to use.

Elisa: Because they, because it’s not as toxic and very effective?

Erik: It’s very effective, yes.

Elisa: Well, I know it, this brings me to the point, Dr. Burzynski, he’s just right across the freeway from me. He has always been attacked by big Pharma and the Texas medical board because he can seem to cure cancer with very, I mean, he’s cured I think, I think it was him that cured advanced pancreatic cancer using low dose naltrexone and I.V alpha lipoic acid both extremely non-toxic, and he has cured brain cancers with his, what he creates, he tailor makes something called anti-neoplastins for each patient, so, he’s very effective and they don’t like that and.

Erik:  No they don’t.

Elisa: Yeah because it’s really cheap too.

Erik:  Yes.

Elisa: You can’t make much of a profit, now is it true that a lot of these holistic doctors and cancer researchers are being killed? 

Erik: There is true to that.

Elisa: Awe. If so, is it to prevent a cure development? To prevent them from discovering or exposing some truths.

Erik: Yes, it’s not to prevent the cure, it’s to prevent the exposure of truths, yes, that’s why, because they know too much.

Elisa: Ugh. See a lot of big Pharma is probably good, right? I mean that’s fine but there’s some that are not, and they don’t want to cure us, they want to keep us sick so they can keep profiting off our illness.

Erik: And that is exactly why. It’s like we still do need it, we still do need the big Pharma.

Elisa: Of course, of course.

Erik: We absolutely do, believe it or not, it’s a small percentage, but they’ve got the power is the problem. They’ve got the power, they pull the strings, so it’s not everybody connected. It’s like the big pharmacy stuff, everybody’s got their own place that they are and it’s only a percentage who are pulling the strings like this.

Elisa: Oh, and I’m not going to ask, for anybody, company name because that could endanger all of us, so.

Erik: Yeah, nope.

Elisa:  All right, here’s one from a blog member, is there an effective and enduring cure, presently known by pharmaceutical industries for cancers, you know at least, some if not all, that has not be used on purpose for commercial reasons like customer maintenance, because one patient cured equal one less future sick patient.

Erik: Yes there is for that.

Elisa: Well, he goes on to list intravenous vitamin C, which I have seen on a particular YouTube by this guy that had swine flu who had adult respiratory stress syndrome but had lymphoma so reluctantly the doctors by the family’s demand put him on high dose intravenous vitamin C and his lungs were clear within three days and then eventually his lymphoma also was cured, he was off life support. But also he lists not only that but cannabinoid, you know CBD oil, coconut oil, baking soda any of those?

Erik:  Yeah, so, there are multiple things that are effective and that can help treat, so it’s not like it’s one or two things, there’s multiple things that they know are effective but if they were willing to try these things first they would probably be able to have a lot of great success before they went through the chemo and radiation and all this other stuff but they don’t do it. Now see they do it secretly, they do the studies.

Elisa:  Well I’m wondering if the Oncologists would do something differently on their own family members.

Erik:  Yup.

Elisa: Yeah, I’m wondering.

Erik: Would and do. 

Elisa:  Let me see, Bashar says avocados, asparagus and walnuts are effective against cancer, is that true?

Erik:  Yeah, there’s an enzyme or something in there. 

Elisa: Oh okay. 

Erik:  It’s like an enzyme or something in there but see again what might work on somebody where as the intravenous vitamin C might work on somebody it may not work on somebody else, so it’s like. The scope is so narrow for what the medical does so it’s like they’re looking like this but there’s all this other stuff out here that could help but they just look here.

Elisa: I know. And what about energy healing? Could that help?

Erik: Yeah it can help, it could be done in tandem with other stuff. 

Elisa: Okay, because I know they have an energy medicine at MD Anderson our big cancer hospital here in Houston, I saw a YouTube or a video somewhere of a bunch of Reiki masters concentrating on this lady’s bladder cancer and you see it on ultrasound, just shrinking so that’s pretty cool.

Erik: Yeah, also if you are being treated for cancer, the energy work is really good at the faster recovery.

Elisa: Oh! Maybe you don’t get as sick from the chemotherapy, the treatment.

Erik: Yeah, that and to also boost your mind, your mood.

Elisa: Oh yeah.

Erik: That’s a really good thing to do in tandem if you are being treated for cancer.

Elisa: And maybe regular cleansing and rebalancing of your chakras, would that help?

Erik: Oh absolutely!

Elisa: That’s probably what the energy healing partly entails I guess. If I got cancer what would you recommend to me? Eat avocados, use CBD, I mean what’s your recipe?

Erik:  You would try everything, you would go both ends. You would try.

Elisa: What should I try?

Erik:  You would try the natural and the medicine, the more natural for you but you would go to that Doctor across the highway from you.

Elisa:  Oh yeah.

Erik: And do that. 

Elisa: No, but what should I do? I’ve done a lot of things I shouldn’t have done.

Erik:  I apologize, this is what you should do.

Elisa: Oh okay.

Erik:  This is what you should do.

Elisa:  You’re talking about the guy,Stanislaw Burzynski and his anti-neoplastins and stuff, should I do CBD oil, I.V vitamin C…

Erik:  Yup

Elisa:  All that stuff?

Erik: Yup.

Elisa: Eat guacamole three times a day! With walnuts sprinkled on top, and asparagus but it makes my pee smell funny.

Jennifer: Yeah exactly!

Elisa: Oh okay, all right but it’s different for everybody obviously.

Erik: Yes it is.

Elisa:  What about crystals or any other alternative therapies?

Erik:  Yeah so, with that again it’s like with the energy work, use that in tandem with what your doing, whether it’s natural, homeopathic stuff or medical, that’s always really good to use in tandem. If you’re thinking of just doing energy work and using crystals it’s not advisable to try to do it that way alone.

Elisa:  What kind of crystals, for instance, name a couple that might be at the top of the list.

 Erik:  Okay, Amethyst, Rose Quartz which is the stone for love is also good and clear quartz. Clear quartz is good for everything.

Elisa:  Oh Wow! 

Erik:  It’s an amplifier, it’s good for everything.

Jennifer: So I don’t know why he’s giving me those ones, but those are the three he gave me, so.

Elisa: So what do we do, put it on top of where the cancer is, put it under our mattress, put it in our pocket, all of the above?

Erik:  Yes, whatever each individual person feels drawn to, and that’s the other thing with stones and crystals it’s what you’re drawn to.

Elisa:  Oh! Okay.

Erik:  And if you want to, a lot of times women will carry them in your bra, or you know men in their pockets, sleep with them under their pillows, you do want to check because there are some very high vibration stones and that might affect your sleep, if you’re very sensitive, so you might not want to sleep with Selenite under your pillow or on your bed or anything. If you’re very sensitive to that.

Elisa: Okay, what about we spend so much time in bed, should there be a particular color of sheets that we should sleep on?

Erik:  No, this is individual preference whatever, you know when ever you have any kind of illness, whatever you can do that cheers you up a bit, so if purple flowered sheets make you feel happier, then put purple flowered sheets on your bed, it’s whatever boosts your mood in this state.

Elisa: Oh okay, I know this is a little off track, just trying to get through this questions and they are not in any particular order. What’s kind of the main thing that cause cancer, is it self-loathing, like arthritis I think it’s rigidity, lack of flexibility, Myopia it’s like taking life for granted, apparently according to Erik, is there anything that will increase your chances of having cancer?

Erik: Yes, negativity and anger.

Elisa: Oh yeah!Erik

Erik: Negativity and anger.

Elisa: Wow! My father should have been completely riddled with cancer!

Erik: Yeah, negativity and anger, are the two, but again it goes back to each individual persons’s genetic make-up.

Elisa:  Yeah, but it’s so weird Erik, as a doctor, every time a patient of mine but I usually caught them early. But I would always think, God, here’s the nicest person, it seemed like the nicest people get cancer, is that because they’re holding all that anger inside?

Erik: Yeah, you don’t ever really know what’s going in inside somebody, on that level. Medically, yeah you can find out, you can look in there and find out, but on a spiritual level you really don’t know what’s going on in there and so, it’s like this, if you’re predisposed, say if you’re genetically predisposed to getting stomach cancer, and whatever you do in your life, you’re free will decisions may increase that possibility that it’s going to happen.

Elisa:  Okay.

Erik: So, if you’re predisposed to it anyways and then you have all this negativity and this anger, well that might kind of up the scale a bit of like okay, yes, you’re going to possibly develop an issue in this area, and then what you are eating, and these things, these factors they all…

Elisa: Add up.

Erik: Yes.

Elisa: Okay, well, you know, I guess that anger could also be anger against oneself, like self-loathing.  Can you have a negative entity around you, that can increase your chances of getting cancer?

Erik:  You could, yeah you could because that would bring more negativity in, if you’re, if you’ve got this negative entity or energy around you, that’s going to rub off on you, you’re going to take that in, that negativity, so yes that could increase the possibility of it, absolutely.

Elisa:  Okay so it seems like, I would and I do this actually burn salt, in every room with some rubbing alcohol, and you know smudge with polo santo sticks, or sage, but also those Tibetan bells, you know just clang them together, Bing! I love that sound in each room, in your car, in your garage, in your workplace, every place you hang out, on a regular basis. I do it, once a month all of those, so maybe would that decrease the chances a little bit?

Erik:  It does help any time your clearing, clearing your energy, getting rid of the negativity, yes it does help. You could do everything exactly right.

Elisa:  I know and you still could get cancer.

Erik: Yeah.

Elisa: Because it’s contract.

Erik:  Yes.

Elisa:  But what about being regressed to between lives, where you’re creating these contracts, can you find out if that is your contract by doing it.

Erik:  Yeah, you could, if you could get there, you could find out if it’s contracted or not and of course if you did, there’s nothing you can really do about it at that point.

Elisa: I changed my mind, erase erase. 

Jennifer:  Delete, Delete.

Elisa:  Oh God. Okay, you know if you have this negativity in you, do you think the Soul Happy technique, that Tracy Zboril, M.S.W., and Cara Hewett, M.A created, that technique that involves some hypnotism, some EMDR etc that gets rid of all these negative thoughts that you have in your body and replace them with happy thoughts and its online and its so cheap but do you think something like that would help?

Erik:  Yeah, it definitely could help and you know its unfortunate most people don’t think about preventing necessarily before, and so it’s like if you were to do that, and say okay well I’m going to do all these things to prevent cancer and then you don’t ever get cancer, and you still don’t know, did what I do help or is it just that I was not going to get cancer anyways, but yeah that would definitely help often times people once they get the cancer then it’s like what can I do instead of looking at a preventatively so yeah you do all this stuff and then you never get cancer and well did the stuff work or was I just never going to get cancer anyways, he says who cares.

Elisa: Who cares you don’t have cancer, seriously everybody should do the Soul Happy technique, I’ve gotten so much positive feedback and I’m going to try it to when I have time, but is the place and I think they are offering $25.00 off and it’s already like a $160.00 only and that’s forever and you can do it over and over and over again, and compared to psycho-therapy, it’s like the cost of 1 or 2 hour sessions with the Psychologist so it’s crazy. Okay, let me see, is there a spiritual basis or a very common spiritual basis for childhood cancers? I bet you it’s contractual with them most of time right?

Erik: Yes, with children absolutely when it’s with children it’s absolutely  almost always contractual.

Elisa:  Yeah.

Erik:  And often times for the parents.

Elisa:  To learn about loss.

Erik:  Yes.

Elisa:  To learn about humility.

Erik:  Yes.

Elisa:  Oh my gosh. Well how can you tell if it’s the cancer development is from a contractual reason or environmental lifestyle reason, any way to tell? Unless you get regressed to between lives.

Erik:  Yeah, you really can’t tell on the medical, on the medical field, you really can’t tell exactly, but with each individual person you might be able to get an idea of whether it’s contractual or environmental.

Elisa:  I see.

Erik:  Even stuff that comes about because of the environment could have been contractual.

Elisa:  Yeah, okay that makes sense. What about stress? Does that cause cancer, or contribute to cancer?

Erik:  Yeah it can contribute to it, absolutely it can contribute to it. Stress is a big one for once you have cancer, as far as recovery and going through it, that’s a big one  that affects the treatment.

Elisa: Okay. What about the law of attraction? Can you just use the law of attraction and intent to help fight cancer? Or prevent it even.

Erik:  Yeah, you can. Absolutely as long as it’s not contractual.

Elisa:  Oh okay. 

Erik:  As long as it’s not contractual because if it’s contractual it’s tough to dodge it, not impossible, on the occasion there is a contractual thing that can be changed here.

Elisa:  Oh okay, it’s like give me the memo, give me the cliff notes okay, let me learn my lesson in a memo, or teach that lesson to my caregiver as a memo so I can.

Jennifer: Yes, it would be awesome if we could get the memos like that so.

Elisa:  I know.

Erik:  It’s about positive thinking and there’s so much about having faith and having hope and knowing that regardless that it’s going to be okay.

Elisa:  It’s true we are eternal beings, what the heck could happen to us? That’s true. What about low dose naltrexone, you know, I’ve talked about that, it has a lot of anti-tumor properties, what do you think about it Erik?

Erik:  Yeah.

Elisa:  It’s like the why not drug, so, it’s so safe.

Erik:  There something there, it does get, there are doctors who are using it.

Elisa: Yeah, oh yeah there are, for big time pancreatic cancer, you know.

Jennifer:  Yeah, but I feel like that’s a little bit quiet still.

Elisa: I know because, nobody, because it costs less than a penny a day. Big Pharma doesn’t want doctors to know about that or patients, so do you think it would be a good thing to prevent cancer, given as how it’s less than a penny a day? Should we all be taking it, except for the contract people.

Erik:  Yeah, no, you don’t all need to take it because again there’s not an easy fit for everybody.

Elisa: Now, what about if you have a strong family history of breast cancer or something, would that be something to consider?

Erik:  Yeah if you were to have a strong history or you were to have the lab works done to check your markers and stuff if your like the high risk or something like that, yes like an Aspirin for heart people.

Elisa:  Oh yeah, okay. One of my relatives and Erik his first name starts with a G has a couple of kinds of cancer and what do you think would help him? Is there a cure out there for him?

Erik: Okay, so it’s like a little both, a little bit of the medical world, the medicines, some of the stronger stuff, will help him but then to balance it with some of the boost the immune system and boost the recovery.

Elisa:  Like what?

Erik:  Like the Vitamin C, CBD, to look into.

Jennifer:  But it’s how he’s making me feel, is like we do need some of the stronger more aggressive.

Elisa: Yeah, I thought yeah and he’s a physician so he’s got to go that route anyway. 

Erik:  Yes.

Elisa: Are there some besides the avocado and walnuts and asparagus are there some other cancer fighting super foods that we should consider? 

Erik: Yeah, for some people raw food, the raw food diet is healthy for them.

Elisa: Ewe.

Jennifer:  Yes, I know.

Erik: But there are some people who do well on raw food when they are treating or going through the cancer, the raw food can be effective for a lot of people.

Elisa:  Is that like Paleo, is that what you are talking about?

Erik:  It’s like the raw fruits and the raw vegetables and it’s like everything is raw and unprocessed.

Elisa:  Oh that’s fine! Sushi, steak tartar.

Erik: Raw food diet.

Elisa: Okay good! What about seaweed and wheatgrass as cancer deterrents, this one person asks.

Jennifer: Seaweed for some reason he’s really with the seaweed, again with the nutrients and the enzymes in the seaweed, the wheatgrass he’s a little less excited about.

Elisa: Okay, and now we talked about the artificial sweeteners, processed foods, things that have glyphosate or whatever its called that’s the ingredient of RoundUp, are there any other foods we should avoid, that we haven’t mentioned already?

Erik:  Okay, it’s really heavily processed foods in general, are just not good for the body.

Elisa:  Okay.

Erik: So anything that’s heavily processed, would be on the top of the list of stuff to avoid.

Elisa:  Okay, that sounds right. Are there any cancer treatments that should definitely be avoided because they’re just big Pharma gimmicks.

Erik:  No, there’s nothing really that’s a 100% to avoid because even the big Pharma stuff event the chemo it does help people, the radiation it does save people, so there’s absolutely not anything that’s 100% don’t ever do this.

Elisa:  Okay, good, that’s good to know. What about immunotherapy, are immunotherapy drugs safe and effective particularly the treatment of cancer or immune diseases or other illnesses.

Erik:  It’s stem cell.

Elisa:  Oh! Okay, tell me more.

Erik: That, there’s some stem cell research and something coming with stem cell that’s going to be very effective as a treatment for cancer. 

Elisa:  Good.

Jennifer:  I did get a little distracted, as soon as you said immunotherapy, he said stem cell, stem cell.

Elisa:  You didn’t seem distracted at all, so what are they going to do with these stem cells, are they, tell me.

Jennifer: Well, it’s like, I will tell you, I’ll give you what he’s giving me, I don’t exactly understand it, but it’s like, it’s going to create new pathways, to make it, I don’t know, easier to cure. I don’t quite understand what it is, it’s like creates new pathways for I don’t know medicine to travel or I don’t know what this is. 

Elisa:  It’s fine.

Jennifer:  It’s stem cell.

Elisa: Maybe creating new vasculature for the cancer to deliver more chemotherapy, it could be anything.

Erik:  Yeah

Elisa:  That’s interesting.

Erik: So in the next 5-10 years, there’s going to be a lot about this.

Elisa: Oh interesting! Okay, let’s see what about this alkaline body thing, you know people say you should not have an acidic body, you should have more alkaline body, I thought it was the opposite but I don’t know anything. Does it reduce your chances of getting cancer?

Erik:  Yeah it does, you should, more alkaline, you want less acidic, more alkaline, not too much, not too alkaline but yeah that does help with inflammation and it limits the ability for disease to grow. There are some people who just, even if they are drinking the alkaline water, their system’s not going to go alkaline, it’s going to stay acidic.

Elisa: Oh Wow, okay,  well why do people say we should have apple cider vinegar? Isn’t that an acid, vinegar?

Erik:  Well, yeah but, like with lemon, it’s acidic but it turns to alkaline in the body.

Elisa:  Oh, interesting. Okay.

Erik:  So it’s along those same lines where yes it’s acidic but it turns to alkaline.

Elisa:  Okay. 

Erik:  And the benefits are increased, once consumed.

Elisa:  What about eating animal protein, does that promote the growth of cancer cells?

Erik:  It can for some, yes, it can, it depends again on the person’s genetic make up, it depends on the quality if it’s loaded with hormones, yes that’s going to increase. If your going to eat more toward the natural, towards the organic and you don’t have a predisposition, then no, but yeah if you have  a predisposition and you’re eating you know meat that’s heavily hormone and eating grains that have been processed with chemicals, yes it can be a determining factor. Almost anything that you put into your body in somebody could increase the likelihood of, pretty much anything.

Elisa:  I know, it’s so true I mean, I read a study, God it’s like years ago where they fed these rats, several hundred different things and they all caused cancer except apricot yogurt. Which is weird, we should all start eating apricot yogurt.

Jennifer:  Yeah right!

Elisa:  Alright, let’s see, is there anything we can do to get big Pharma out of the way to allow the natural or less damaging new cures for healing to become available? Well, you know, if they have their in to the congressmen’s pockets that’s the big problem, money talks!

Erik: Yes, we will not be able to get them out of the way, not fully. It will be a gradual process that some of the stuff they would rather keep hidden will get, you know more well known and they can’t keep it quiet forever, but their too just to powerful, that’s.

Elisa: And they do some good to, so there we go.

Erik: Yes, they do.

Elisa: All right, somebody asked if ultrasound works on some cancers?

Jennifer: Yeah and like a red light, is there some sort of a red light therapy, or something, he’s talking about.

Elisa: I don’t know. Maybe

Jennifer: Oh gosh! I feel like it’s like right there, I know, I’m trying, it’s like I feel like I’ve got some sort of a red light.

Elisa:  Like a photo?

Jennifer:  Something like that but there’s heat involved with it?

Elisa:  Like Infra red therapy?

Jennifer: Yes, thank you!

Elisa: Oh! I’ve never heard.

Erik:  Yes there’s that and something with ultrasound and again it’s case by case.

Elisa:  Okay, so it’s not like it only works on kidney cancer, it’s case by case.

Erik:  Yes.

Elisa:  Interesting! What about, okay that’s light therapy, what about sound therapy does that you know, color therapy, sound therapy are those.

Jennifer:  How he puts that is that’s more with the energy work and the crystals and stuff like that, those are good to add to whatever else you’re doing to boost the mood, to balance the energy, for that, those are good to do in tandem with other things.

Elisa:  Okay! Well, I forgot to ask you this when I talked about the animal protein, would going vegan reduce you chances of having cancer, in the majority of people.

Jennifer: Okay, so, exactly how he puts it to me, is like this. If you went vegan and everything that you consumed was treated with chemicals.

Elisa:  I know. Well if you were to go organic vegan.

Erik: Yes. For some it would and for others they may get cancer or they may develop other issues, that might go along with being vegan, if their system is not designed to be vegan or they’re not doing it properly.

Elisa:  Okay! Rose compounds, are there compounds in roses that cure or can cure some cancers?

Jennifer: Yeah, there is something there, and what it feels like to me is almost like after? Like you’ve had cancer and you’re kind of on the mend that there’s something there that helps.

Elisa: Okay.

Jennifer:  So maybe not like during, towards the end, I don’t know what this is, if it rebalances the body or something but he’s saying yeah there is something to that but it’s like more kind of when you are on the mend and on the upswing, like heading into remission or something there.

Elisa:  So does it help you from relapsing or does it just help you get over all the shit you’ve been through?

Jennifer: Yeah, I feel like especially with the chemo and the chemicals and stuff that there’s something that maybe helps to cleanse the body or something like cleanse the blood or speed that process up.

Elisa:  So what does that mean? Rose hips or what do you use? Maybe aromatherapy or?

Erik: No, it would be something that, now don’t just go eating roses, people. There’s something in, a mineral or enzyme that can help to flush out the toxins quicker.

Elisa:  Okay. So basically just go to your natural foods or whole foods or what do you call those stores? Health food stores!

Erik: Health food stores, yes, and also acupuncture, it can be effective.

Elisa:  For what?

Erik:  Treating cancers, certain types of cancers and like herbs that you would get from an acupuncturist like ether.

Elisa:  So Eastern medicine, got it. Go to your Eastern medicine holistic practitioner.

Erik:  Yes.

Elisa: We could be so busy all day, 24 – 7 all day doing all these things but hey it might be worth it. Now, if spirit, this is a question from somebody, if cancer is spiritual why do pets get cancer? I mean part of it could be the Round Up in their food, change to Taste of the Wild people or something like that.

Erik:  Yes, for animals, environmental and just predisposition, sometimes it’s how they go, and their people need to experience this, but yeah a lot of time it is environmental issues for animals.

Elisa:  Aw, I hope Bella lives forever! I know she won’t but, is she going to live a good long life, Erik?

Erik:  Yeah and you know even when she’s not here anymore she’s still not gone.

Elisa:  I know. I don’t want to think about it, I’m about to cry. Just thinking about it, aw. CDB oil we talked about that. Let’s see, is it true that suppressed anger and emotions can give cancer, yeah. Is cancer a disease that will come and go as in it’s this generations illness, no.

Erik:  No.

Elisa:  What is the worst outside cause of cancer?

Jennifer:  The worst outside cause?

Erik:  The worst outside cause, chemicals.

Elisa:  Yeah.

Erik:  But there’s other big ones, so it’s not like it’s so vastly worse, it’s not like everything is way way less.

Elisa:  Yeah I understand. What about chem trails?

Erik:  Yeah, chemicals.

Elisa:  Of course that also includes food additives right?

Erik:  Oh yeah.

Elisa: Like what, the preservatives? Or the dyes?

Erik: Yup.

Elisa:  All of those?

Erik: Yup.

Elisa:  Dang! We’re just going to have to starve ourselves, what about micro plastics? I don’t know what that is.

Erik:  Plastics in general can cause issues. You know when you were talking about the water, or the sodas getting hot in the plastic bottles, yeah.

Elisa:  Okay. And of course we talked about Round up, she mentions that, or he. GMO’s, now I don’t understand how just modifying a protein can cause cancer, I don’t understand, that doesn’t make any sense because you’ve got to digest the protein anyway, of course there are plants that can be GMO but you know some people, some researchers want to create GMO type plants that are more resistant to pests so they don’t have to use chemicals on the crops but so what’s your feeling on GMO’s.

Erik: That is such a big one, it is like a topic in and of itself. To keep it short, basically without GMO’s, with out any genetically modified food there would not be enough food. So, it’s like a lose lose because when you genetically modify the food, yes not everything but maybe some of the stuff does create other issues.

Elisa:  Like what?

Erik:  Well like cancers, and that sort of thing. We don’t have enough food anyways, across the world and so without making crops stronger and this kind of thing there would be even less.

Elisa: Die of cancer or die of starvation.

Erik:  Yes.

Elisa:  Your pick. Well I thought scarcity was an illusion, dude, what’s going on here?

Erik:  Well, it’s.

Elisa: Ah ha! Gotcha!

Erik:  Yeah, no, there’s still people that are starving you know.

Elisa:  And they believe in scarcity, that’s the problem, they believe in that illusion so they create that reality.

Erik: Yes. There are people that are starving across the world.

Elisa:  Okay, anything else, well what is the best cure for cancer now, but again that’s, you know, the take away I’m getting here is that there are lots of things that could be done on the prevention side and on the treatment side and the after treatment side and there’s not a one size fits all model so you have to like feel in your heart what is right for you. You just have to follow your intuition.

Erik:  Yes, because there is not a one size fits all for anybody for anything, there’s really not a one size fits all and so there are people who are if they get caner they are going to go get chemo, they want to be with their doctor, whatever their doctor says there are still people that want to do that and there are other people who would do everything they can to avoid chemo and radiation and so.

Elisa:  Or do it in combination with it.

Erik: Yes, so it really isn’t, there’s not a one, this is what will cure it, it’s an individual case.

Elisa: Well check out, Stanislaw Burzynski, I don’t know how to pronounce, or how to spell it even but if you go to YouTube and look up the documentary called Cancer is big business, it’s a whole documentary that is fascinating, you guys check it out. I am not going to remember to put that link up probably but. Anyway, thank you so much, anything else you want to say before we tell people how they can get in touch with Jennifer who is awesome! You want to add anything else Erik about cancer?

Erik:  Don’t give up, if this is a battle that you’re fighting right now. There are options and if you are still here keep exploring the options.

Elisa: Right and call upon the CE family to send prayers and healing energy and love and light and you know I have a little list by my bed of all the people I give a prayer to every night, so and it’s getting longer and longer. All right you guys can get in touch Jennifer at.


Elisa:  And we’ve got a great CE event in October, I’ll try to get this posted before that, but you guys tickets are going fast check it out it’s on the right hand side bar of the homepage of the blog, which is Channeling Erik, with a, check it out so get your tickets, it will be life changing. Okay, I love you guys. I love you Erik.

Erik: I love you. Bye.

Elisa:  Bye Bye.

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