THE MORNING SHOW
with
Patrick Timpone

OPEN PHONE FRIDAY

with Patrick and Sharon

When Anything Goes…
And Usually Does!!!

Patrick and Sharon talk with listeners, and each other, pondering emailed questions from the audience, taking a look at the latest news, and having a lot of fun. You’re invited to participate; we’d love to hear from you!

 

Show Highlights:

-Sharon and Patrick share how doing Hongchi Xiao stretches and slapping have affected them.

-Patrick recommends “The Complete System of Self-Healing Internal Exercises” by Dr. Steven T. Chang.

-Cliff Notes for Dave Stetzer’s show: 1) Incandescent bulbs are the best. CFLs put more dirty electricity into your home and into your body, and EPA says to call HazMat if you break one because of the mercury in them. 2) Get some Stetzer filters at Stetzer electric.com. Takes about 10, depending on the size of the home. Get one of his meters and see the difference right away.

-Listener asks if slapping is similar to EFT tapping.

-What is ISIS? False flag events precipitating wars. The first casualty of war is the truth.

-Does Hilary have Parkinson’s? Bill looks shaky too.

-Conventional grounding approaches vs. Dave Stetzer’s recommendation to stand on aluminum foil.

-Education as programming. We’re trained to be consumers. Read “Rich Dad Poor Dad”. Avoiding poverty by avoiding the consumer trap.

-Ulcerative colitis after a MMR shot. Clueless doctors. Lily of the Desert Aloe Vera, epsom salt baths, helpful for UC.

-Listener looking for a biological dentist in Austin area that she can afford. See HugginsAppliedHealing.com as a resource and check out biological dentists in Mexico.

-Denise shared story of a monkey slapping another monkey that had been electrocuted. Animals’ instinctual use of healing therapies.

-Ed is astounded at how much better his legs feel from doing the Water Cure – drinking water with added salt under the tongue.

-How to Headslap – see YouTube video of Hongchi Xiao.

-Listener suggests the salt water sole version of a water cure. Salts to use: Celtic, Himalayan, Real Salt, Morton’s.

-Listener asks for suggestions for neck pain. Avoid wheat and grains, try sulfur, slapping.

-Dave Stetzer recommended a Fluke 189 or 287 multimeter.

-Ed wins the tie-dyed T-shirt for today’s show. Send in your address and size please.

-Being a nationalist versus a globalist.

and more!!

 

open phones with sharon and patrick, september 9, 2016, part one
https://soundcloud.com/oneradionetwork/090916._open_phones_sharon_patrick_one
https://soundcloud.com/oneradionetwork/090916._open_phones_sharon_patrick_two



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'Open Phone Friday – Salt and Slapping Does a Body Good – September 9, 2016' have 5 comments

  1. September 9, 2016 @ 11:51 pm Steve

    Dr. Mary Newport’s husband Steven’s Alzheimer symptoms were greatly alleviated with consumption of coconut oil, but he did pass early this year: http://www.coconutketones.com

    Reply

  2. September 10, 2016 @ 4:31 pm Mickey

    Thought you’d want to know that whoever posts your shows to iTunes for Friday’s shows usually messes up and it never comes down into iTunes. Also you mark some shows that are two hours long as both hr.1. How are we to know which one really is first? Please slow down and take better care.

    With that, THANKS! :-)

    Reply

  3. September 10, 2016 @ 7:08 pm Gene

    The Water Cure Recipe:

    http://crcomets.org/pdf/watercurerecipe.pdf

    Reply

  4. September 13, 2016 @ 8:57 am John

    Regarding Hongchi Xiao slapping and bruising… I wonder if those who easily bruise are actually deficient in bioflavinoids. It might be something to ask one of the monthly health experts such as Stephen Heuer, Tony Pantalleresco, etc…
    Dr. Mercola has this to say about easy bruising: 9 Reasons You May Bruise Easily – http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2015/05/11/bruising-easily.aspx – …”Rutin is a bioflavonoid known to strengthen blood vessels. For this reason, it’s often used for varicose veins and hemorrhoids, as well as bruising. In fact, a deficiency of bioflavonoids may allow blood vessels to break easier, which is why, if you bruise easily, you would likely benefit from taking rutin.”… more from link above.
    PS: I’ve started the slapping and really like it – thanks so much for telling us about it.

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  5. September 13, 2016 @ 7:36 pm John

    Regarding “nationalist versus a globalist” and illegal immigrants – most illegals from Mexico are here because they lost their livelihood due to NAFTA. The Mexican farmers could not compete with the low price of US corn – BILLIONS of dollars of *subsidized* US (GMO) corn being sold in Mexico. So NAFTA is largely responsible for the influx of illegals. This deal hurt both the small Mexican farmer AND the small American farmer. Big Ag corporations like ADM profited from it – see below:
    See: http://economyincrisis.org/content/illegal-immigration-and-nafta
    Illegal Immigration and NAFTA
    FEBRUARY 05, 2011 DUSTIN ENSINGER
    here are a few points from the article:
    “…Those out-of-work farmers make up the bulk of the illegal immigrants entering the U.S. each year. Unable to compete with their highly subsidized American competitors – $10 billion in 2000 alone – rural Mexican farmers have increasingly sought employment in the U.S…”
    “…In Chiapas, there was hardly any migration before NAFTA,” Suarez said, referring to Mexico’s southernmost state. “Farm laborers were even brought in from Guatemala. Now, more than 50,000 rural people from Chiapas go each year to the United States….”
    “… Since NAFTA was implemented, 38,000 small farms have been lost in the United States..”
    “…A mere 2 percent of farms in the United States control 50 percent of American agricultural sales…”
    “…While family farmer incomes have plummeted during the first 7 years of NAFTA, ADM’s profits went from $110 million to $301 million, while ConAgra’s grew from $143 million to $413 million. …”

    Also:

    === === ===
    http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Mexico-s-corn-farmers-see-their-livelihoods-2515188.php
    Mexico’s corn farmers see their livelihoods wither away / Cheap U.S. produce pushes down prices under free-trade pact
    === === ===
    Q: Who profits from NAFTA?
    A: Big Agriculture.

    http://www.globalexchange.org/resources/wto/agriculture
    Food Security, Farming, and the WTO and CAFTA
    Corporate Consolidation

    … Since NAFTA was implemented, 38,000 small farms have been lost in the United States, and 11 percent of Canadian farms have gone bankrupt. A mere 2 percent of farms in the United States control 50 percent of American agricultural sales. Over 73 percent of the nation’s farms share less than 7 percent of the market value of agricultural products, while 7.2 percent of farms receive 72 percent of the market value of products sold. Eight-two percent of U.S. corn exports are controlled by three agribusiness firms- Cargill, Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), and Zen Noh. While family farmer incomes have plummeted during the first 7 years of NAFTA, ADM’s profits went from $110 million to $301 million, while ConAgra’s grew from $143 million to $413 million. …

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