Are “Age Spots” a “Cure” For Cancer?

 

 

 

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

 

 

Re: What do you think about alkaline water?

Most reservoir water is already alkaline.

Our water supply here on the Central Coast of California is well above a pH of 7.

Someone asked Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) what he thought of distilled water, and he snapped back, “Would you put anything else in your battery?”

Adano advised “enlivening” distilled water — soup made with distilled water, lemonade made with it, smoothies made with it, herbal tea made with it, Cobalamin Tonic made with it, etc.

Alkaline water prevents cancer by aging — health is the razor’s edge between the two; the pause between the tipping points.

So-called “liver spots” are “age spots” — cells gummed up with autofluorescent storage substances (lipofuscin and ceroid) that help prevent cancer.

In like manner, age spots in the prostate promote impotence while preventing cancer.

Age spots in the brain foster dementia while preventing malignant brain tumors.

It counteracts acidic diseases by promoting the alkaline ones.

Distilled water slows the *growth* of cancer but speeds the *metastasis* of it.

Emanuel Revici, M.D. (Research In Physiopathology As Basis Of Guided Chemotherapy: With Special Application to Cancer, 1961) wrote …

“It was only in pathological pain that a dual character was encountered. For one thing, it was noted that in some patients with chronic pain — associated with tumors, arthritis or other conditions — the pain intensity was not constant. In many of these patients, variations in pain intensity could be seen to follow a pattern. Although the variations usually are referred to as ‘spontaneous,’ we could show that they were related to the time of day. Furthermore, the variations were not the same for all patients. In one group, pain was severe in the morning and diminished toward evening, while in another group, little or no pain was felt in the morning and exacerbations occurred in the evening.

“The intake of food also had a dual influence. In some patients with tumors far removed from the gastro-intestinal tract, pain was increased by eating while in others pain decreased. Patients themselves often recognized this relationship and many whose pain was increased with the intake of food refused to eat for fear of aggravating their suffering, while those of the other group wanted to eat whenever pain was severe in order to reduce its intensity.

“These observations on the influence of time of day and intake of food on pain led to the study of the acid-base balance of the body since this balance is known to be influenced by the same two factors — time of day and food intake.”

If you want to stay young forever and avoid aging, eat breakfast.

If you want to avoid cancer, skip breakfast.

People who don’t know that a coin has three sides (Yes No Maybe) are stuck in this Acid-Alkaline Paradigm (Yes No).

Certain billionaire internet entrepreneurs with serious diseases are investing heavily in genetics to find the “cure.”

Their purpose would be better served in financing a campus for the Santa Barbara Sun Sync School of Self Healing.
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    'Are “Age Spots” a “Cure” For Cancer?' have 5 comments

    1. October 4, 2016 @ 3:50 pm Atom

      SHOCK (trauma) can nip cancer in the bud or cause it to metastasize, depending on the time of the day and the nature of the SHOCK.

      Emanuel Revici, M.D. (Research In Physiopathology As Basis Of Guided Chemotherapy: With Special Application to Cancer, 1961) wrote …

      “We extended the study of the pain pattern, as revealed by concomitant variations of pain intensity and body acid-base balance, from cancer cases, in which a frank dualism had been seen, to other painful conditions. It was interesting to note that, in many conditions, pain can have one or the other pattern but there are some conditions in which only one pattern is consistently found. Pain following trauma of any kind — the pain of postoperative and accidental wounds, burns and fractures, for example — always has an alkaline pattern. This is also true for the pain of gallbladder colic. In other conditions, either pattern may be present and must be determined by analysis. For instance, the pain of neuritis and simple headache has an acid pattern in some cases, alkaline in others.”

      If you are ever unfortunate enough to be confined within a hospital, knowing your Yin from your Yang will greatly decrease the odds of a Celestial Discharge.

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      • October 5, 2016 @ 3:55 pm John

        Hello Atom! So as you have noted with various other health issues, this is to say that people interested in removing “age spots” or “liver spots” should look at them as messages from the body that:

        A) involve larger and/or deeper disturbances, and are attempts by the body to establish some form of balance for maintenance of basic survival until they are properly attended to and

        B) likely require more personalized attention beyond the desire for simple, linear solutions people look for (e.g. alkalinity resolves all inflammation, the body should maintain a specific pH number all day long for health, etc.), as it is possible for ten people with “age spots” that are very similar in appearance to have ten, unique reasons behind each situation?

        As fas as the “yes-no-maybe” goes, I vote “yes” for the Santa Barbara Sun Sync School of Self Healing!

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        • October 6, 2016 @ 1:50 pm Atom

          Thanks for your encouraging words, John!

          After finishing three e-books about Yellow Fat Disease — the third to be released in just a few days — it looks like I’m far from done with fish oil and associated lipids.

          For a partial answer to your question — and more info coming soon — read my next One Radio Network blog entry, probably being posted within the hour.

          It’s titled “Age Spots Colonize the Whole Body.”

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    2. October 4, 2016 @ 10:34 pm John

      Should you not drink the cobalamin tonic every day ?

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      • October 5, 2016 @ 4:31 pm Atom

        Once or twice a month it’s a good idea to forego a favorite or healthful food.

        Cobalamin Tonic is an excellent source of magnesium, niacinamide, vitamin B-1, and the vitamin-like nutrient caffeine.

        Maple syrup increases the potency of the magnesium in coffee.

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