So…It Turns Out You Can Kill Cancer After All

Speaking with their urologist at the time, they were left with what felt like impossible options. Pee in a bag for the rest of her life or “create a neo bladder out of intestinal material. Oh, but there are drawbacks to that,” he mentioned.

Jeff Witzeman shared his and his wife’s (Kerry) incredible healing journey with cancer treatment. Kerry was 53 years old when they removed a golf ball-sized tumor from her bladder. They were told: “the cancer has spread into the muscle wall and the only course of action is to remove the bladder.”

Feeling dejected, they went home to absorb what they just heard and understand the reality of their situation. They recalled that her sister and nephew both had cancer. One had stage 4 melanoma and the other stage 3 squamous cell throat cancer. Both have been cancer free for the last 3-4 years, without doing chemotherapy or surgery. How? A trip to Germany, and a month-long stay at a clinic that treats cancer naturopathically. Surely, there were options out there.

“It turns out cancer cannot survive in certain environments, if you starve it, it has nothing to feed on and killing it becomes relatively easy.”

They consulted their urologist and inquired if this was a good idea. He flat-out said no and firmly responded with an acute warning that her cancer was far too aggressive to be treated over there. Was this ignorance or naivety? How can someone so confidently crush someone’s hope of natural treatment without fully understanding the specifics of the facility and what it has to offer? 

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Their Own Research

Hours of time, effort, and energy then went into researching clinics and alternative methods to cancer treatment. Jeff attributes this part to being one of the most difficult. He cites Cancertutor.com and Thetruthaboutcancer.com as invaluable websites that provide great information for those seeking it.

The clinic, Infusio, had quite successfully treated squamous cell bladder cancer in the past. At that point they decided the benefits outweighed the risks, and they were on their way to Frankfurt, Germany. The facility, he describes, is comfortable, clean and cozy. Almost like a spa. Kerry’s plan consisted of a diet change, temperature therapy, and oxygen and immune boosting minerals as a drip.

It is now common knowledge cancer survives on sugar, so naturally, the first thing they did was change her diet. No refined sugar. They went heavy with the fruits and vegetables.

“They used heat and oxygen to kill it, and then vitamins, minerals and amino acids to strengthen the immune system, which kills the cancer as well.”

One of the daily drips to detoxify and strengthen the immune system.

One of the daily drips to detoxify and strengthen the immune system.

Temperature is another factor that affects cancer cells. In temperatures exceeding 105 degrees Fahrenheit, cancer cannot survive. Infusio used a hyperthermia machine to direct the heat to one specific area in the body to fry the cancer cells while preserving all the normal cells around it. Whereas chemotherapy, while slowing down the cell dividing process, kills everything around it, even the healthy cells.

Then came the oxygen. Cancer hates oxygen. Drained blood was filled with oxygen then put back in Kerry. Jeff mentions that rounding out the treatment was a daily drip for 5 days of the week for a month. This helped with detoxifying the body and boosting the immune system, which in a healthy person, is already equipped with amino acids that kill cancer cells. But for Kerry to boost her immune system, things like Dioxychlor, GC-MAF, Vitamin B-17, Selenium, DMSO, and the ground up thymus of an organically fed cow were given to her. Jeff stayed with Kerry for the first week, then returned to the U.S. for her to finish out the rest of her treatment on her own.

A Bargain

He says the cost was roughly $28,000.00. A bargain, in his eyes. Especially when you consider what they would have spent in payments for years of chemotherapy, drugs, and surgery, not to mention the treatment of infections.

Kerry came back happy and healthy and in no pain from the treatments. They found another urologist that saw the benefits of integrating naturopathic medicine. They did tests and found that Kerry was completely clean of the squamous cell carcinoma. There were no traces of the original cancer.

They continue to regulate her stress levels and diet as they know cancer can come back at anytime. However, there is another point of contention that seems to be poking not only at their sides, but at those that have to face this same challenge when finding cancer in the body. Millions of people are diagnosed every year—is it up to them to figure out all the alternatives to treatment, or could the healthcare system be better equipped with knowledge and information?

Jeff pondered these fundamental questions, and he mentions a simple Google search will show you that the FDA bans everything in the States that conflicts with chemotherapy and chemo drugs. Probably because that’s where a lot of the money is. As an industry, it generates well over $125 billion dollars a year. A lot of the patents of the naturopathic treatments mentioned were banned because it was impossible to get patents on them. Again, there is a lot of money involved in patents.

He ends with a couple of messages to everyone. Firstly, chemotherapy and radiation are extremely ineffective. And, cancer can be killed. Despite what you or your loved one have heard, do not lose hope and know that more and more stories like Jeff and Kerry’s are popping up.

There is a free docu series airing right now called The Truth About Cancer that goes into detail about cover ups, cures and prevention. You can watch it here.

How Would You Feel? 20 Shocking Illustrations Reversing Animals With Humans

Truthfully, some of these are downright gut wrenching. You’ve been warned. Compiled by Bored Pandathis series of illustrations was designed to get us to think differently about the way humans treat animals by having us trade places with them, creating a horrific parallel universe where humans are caged, tortured, and slaughtered.

It’s a terrifying premise, but sadly, also represents the reality for hundreds of millions of animals each day.

These images have the potential to open up so many discussion topics which perhaps people are already thinking about but have never dared explore out loud. These are the uncomfortable truths that hide just beneath the surface of world. We use animals for our entertainment, we eat them, we wear them, we experiment on them, and we use them to curb our own loneliness.

People can argue for and against animals rights ’till the cows come home, but that doesn’t change the fact that we as a species see animals as ‘less than’ or as inferior to us. There is plenty more I could say on this issue, but for now, let’s just have a look at these images and take some time to reflect on how they make us feel. If you are uncomfortable, it may because they hit closer to home than you’d like.

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Tesla Now Taking Orders For Solar Roof Panels That Come With An Infinity Warranty

“Tesla’s mission is to accelerate the world’s transition to a sustainable energy future by creating products that are so compelling, there is no alternative.”

A solar roof on your home is quite compelling, I’d say. Tech giant Elon Musk announced yesterday on Twitter that orders could begin for this game-changing technology. In a later tweet he reveals the solar roof panels will also be available internationally, promising to roll them out later in 2017 in the U.S. and then overseas next year.

Harnessing the power of our sun is most definitely in our future, so why not use our home as a personal utility? Tesla has clearly recognized the need for a roof that is simultaneously affordable, durable, beautiful, and integrated with battery storage. The result is a built-in Powerwall that allows solar energy to be collected and stored during the day and used at anytime, even if the grid goes down.

Cheaper Than a Regular Roof

Having a solar roof can help us ween ourselves off of utility companies. While the upfront costs are high, it essentially pays for itself, so it’s ultimately cheaper in the long run, saving you from costly electricity bills. And in an effort to be transparent, their solar roof calculator helps us determine initial costs. 

From the road, it looks like a regular roof. It features both solar and non-solar panels, their combination depending on how much energy the household actually uses. If the household also has an electric car, then more solar panels may be required.

Infinite Warranty

As if that weren’t enough, Tesla has taken things one step further. They are so confident in the design and durability of their panels that they have promised a remarkable warranty: “Made with tempered glass, Solar Roof tiles are more than three times stronger than standard roofing tiles. That’s why we offer the best warranty in the industry – the lifetime of your house, or infinity, whichever comes first. Watch our hail test video to see how we take durability to a whole new level.”

Beyond revolutionary, this really sets the bar high when it comes to establishing trust between company and consumer.

Clean Energy 

It’s no secret that energy consumption and its costs are looming in our future. That is precisely why disruptive technology like this is so important for us to have options and better ways of living. While solar technology is great and will drastically change the way we live, not all homes are ideal for solar panels. But there are other sources of energy out there like magnetic, that are slowly starting to make their presence known. Here at CE, some of our team members have tested and seen with their own eyes clean energy being produced with the use of magnets and copper coil. You can check out NOCA clean energy for more on that.  Solar and wind technologies are great, but there are far more advanced options that render those ones useless.

You can check out this related CE article for information regarding other new energy developments:

Quantum Vacuum & Zero Point Energy Access

 

 

Science Backed Documentary Reveals Amazing Potential Of The Body To Heal Itself

Enlightening entertainment: If you’re like me, you really enjoy a great documentary that captivates you with a powerful story and leaves you filled with more knowledge and wisdom than when you started out.

The concept of our beliefs creating the reality we experience is one that sometimes takes a little bit to wrap your head around. But is it so far-fetched to think that the lens through which we view the world (and we all have lenses) might be the thing that needs a bit of cleaning or healing in order for us to see clearly?

Heal – Written and Directed by Kelly Noonan

The world premiere of Heal is scheduled to be released on June 1 at the Illuminate Film Festival. This documentary dives deep into an exploratory journey of science and spirituality, zeroing in on the lives of three individuals on a high-stakes healing journey and revealing that our thoughts, beliefs, and emotions actually have a huge impact on our health and ability to heal.

What a liberating thought to know we are not ‘victims’ to unchangeable genes and we do actually have the ability to transform from the inside out. Heal shares what worked for these three people, what didn’t, and why.

You can grab tickets to the Illuminate Film Festival here to check out this film and many more.

One of the greatest shifts in my life came when I realized we are ALL healers. That term is not reserved for only certain ‘special people’ that seem to possess amazing powers; because of our innate design of all being made of the same ‘stuff’, we have the ability to help each other evolve and move through certain stagnations we face. This film will empower you with a new understanding of the miraculous nature of the human body and the extraordinary healer within us all.

I was very excited to see some of the leading scientists and spiritual teachers that appear in this documentary, some of whom include: Dr. Deepak Chopra, Dr. Joe Dispenza, Anita Moorjani, Marianne Williamson, Dr. Michael Beckwith, Dr. Bruce Lipton, Anthony William, and many more. These people have written books, led talks, made films, and inspired millions with their messages.

If you’ve ever wondered how the human body can heal itself, then this might be a great documentary to watch. More and more we’re seeing the word disease being broken down as dis-ease because science is telling us that this dis-ease in the body comes from a strong connection to the emotions we hold and the beliefs we carry. There is much to explore here.

The Illuminate Film Festival is on from May 31st to June 4th in Sedona. Early bird tickets are on sale now. Check out the full schedule of films being shown here.

Ho’oponopono: An Ancient Hawaiin Tradition Using Four Basic Principles To Transform Negative Into Positive

Do you ever sometimes just look at the world and wonder what it is that blocks humans from achieving their highest potential? The Cooperatist Think Tank, a collection of individuals who promote the values of cooperation instead of competition, have boiled it down to a simple formula. When humans are wounded, these traumas block emotional energy, and disconnect one from their true power. There is a powerful tradition in the Hawaiian Culture called Ho’oponopono that is used to turn this negative energy into positive energy. It is surprisingly simple to practice, and the results are profound. So, in preparation of Earth Day, on April 21 at 12pm PDT wherever you may be you can take a moment to participate in the Global Ho’oponopono.

What is Ho’oponopono?

Ho’oponopono is translated from an ancestral Hawaiian chant. It is built on the notion that each individual has the ability to clear internal obstacles by applying intention to these four basic principles which are artfully presented in the 1-minute video below. “I’m sorry” is an important expression of humility. “Please Forgive Me” is a valuable intention for resolve. “Thank You” is an expression of gratitude. “I Love You” creates and restores connection.

 What is Malama Pono? 

A simplified explanation of Malama Pono is “to care for one’s self”. Hawaiians, and island culture teaches a deep value and awareness for the interconnectedness of all life. People have to work together, they have to be sustainable with finite resources, and they need to be able to get along. Even in times of disagreement, people can still show Aloha or loving kindness, and respect towards each other. Through honoring the emotional aspect of being human and caring for that within one’s self, there can be health and balance within the community.

This is perennial indigenous wisdom, that what is inside us and what we are surrounded by are connected. When we have unresolved issues within us we create unresolved circumstances. Yet the opportunity for growth and personal power comes when we embrace the wound with love and turn that negative energy into positive energy. Imagine this principle applied to water issues, greenhouse effect, ecological degradation, or even war? Clearly, to care for one’s self is synonymous with caring for our community, and our planet.

Organizations Working Together for a Better World 

Cooperatist Movement, Collective Evolution along with Unify, the United Religions Initiative’s Cooperation Circles, and Culture Collective have teamed up with a educational non-profit on the Big Island of Hawaii called P?h?h? I Ka Lani to bring you Global Ho’oponopono for Earth Day. Using the hashtag #malamapono the campaign encourages people everywhere to share their stories on social media regarding their experience with Ho’oponopono. Maybe you apply this intention to yourself, to a relative, your parents, your children, a community member, a severed friendship, a previous lover, or to the land, the rivers, the sky and ocean. Everywhere and anywhere that healing needs to be restored we will create much positive energy by sharing our stories.

A Global Event with Local Flavor

Unify has been hosting globally synchronized events, ceremonies, and audio/video livestreams since 2012. What makes an event global is that thousands of people in countries around the world all take a moment to focus on a shared intention at the same moment. With popular platforms like Collective Evolution, UPLIFT, Walking the Red Road, and others partnering in support of this offering for Earth Day the word is spreading quickly across social networks. You add the local flare by sharing your story as a video, a blog, or a photo and including #malamapono in your Instagram, Facebook, Twitter post.

Humans have a long history of brutalizing ourselves, each other, and the environment that sustains our lives. We also the ability to turn these wounds into empowerment, compassion, and positive change if we choose to direct our intention to do so. This is why Ho’oponopono, which comes from a small island chain in the Pacific, is such a relevant practice for the whole world.

Our planet is an island floating through an endless sea of stars. There is nowhere else for us to go if we can’t get along, if we can’t be conscious stewards of the environment. If we can’t heal from within then we have little reason to expect that anything around us will change. Please join us on April 21, at 12pm PDT for a Facebook Live from Hawaii Island, and a Global Ho’oponopono Blessing for Earth Day. More information is available at www.malamapono.life or at the Facebook Event Page where you can also invite your friends to participate in this special ceremony.

Author: Jacob Devaney

United Airlines Passenger Knocked Out & Dragged Off Plane For Not Leaving

The disturbing video of a man being dragged off a United Airways flight after being knocked unconscious is going viral. Reactions on social media range from disgust and shock to total outrage, and for good reason.

The video shows a man being ripped from his seat. He is pulled with such force that he hits his head, his glasses break, and he is knocked unconscious.

The incident arose because the United flight leaving Chicago was overbooked. Airline staff were looking for one volunteer to give up their seat and were offering $400 and a hotel stay in exchange for compliance. This all happened before the flight to Louisville Kentucky boarded.

After everyone was done boarding, flight staff came on over the airways announcing that they actually needed four people in total to volunteer, as their standby crew had to be in Kentucky on Monday. The compensation was increased to $800 and passengers were told the plane wouldn’t leave until four people volunteered.

When nobody stepped forward, staff announced a computer would select four people. One couple cooperated and left. The man in the video was also selected.

These details come from an interview with the passenger who took this video. She posted this on her Facebook with the video:

Please share this video. We are on this flight. United airlines overbooked the flight. They randomly selected people to kick off so their standby crew could have a seat. This man is a doctor and has to be at the hospital in the morning. He did not want to get off. We are all shaky and so disgusted.

In a statement, the airline apologized for the “overbook situation.”

“After our team looked for volunteers, one customer refused to leave the aircraft voluntarily and law enforcement was asked to come to the gate.”

Later, the company CEO released another statement on Twitter apologizing for having to “re-accommodate these customers.”

Chicago’s Department of Aviation Police “handled” the incident. In a statement, the Department of Aviation Police said, “The incident on United flight 3411 was not in accordance with our standard operating procedure and the actions of the aviation security officer are obviously not condoned by the Department. That officer has been placed on leave effective today pending a thorough review of the situation.”

Astoundingly, Chicago PD called the man in the video “irate” and said he fell, though a quick glance at the video reveals the absurdity of this claim. He clearly did not fall.

Everyone in our office watched this video and the main discussion that arose was the idea of what ‘just doing my job’ means and at what point one should or would refuse to do a task. I know they claimed the particular officer’s actions were not in line with their department, but I can’t help but wonder what other scenarios and situations he was involved in that made him feel like it was okay to rip someone out of their seat and drag them unconsciously off the plane in front of hundreds of people.

Can we not have appropriate conflict resolution tactics in place for public settings? Violence is never the answer.