23 and NOT Me #2
Cancer is NOT caused by genes.
When a doctor brags about “personalized medicine based on genes,” run for your life.
Don’t be a sucker for “tailored treatment for individual patients based on their genetic signatures and clinical characteristics.”
It’s the medical version of “Good Sir, I am told that you are a man of reputable trustworthiness, and I have a proposition from the office of the Prince of Nigeria.”
Emanuel Revici, M.D. (Research in Physiopathology As Basis of Guided Chemotherapy—With Special Application To Cancer, 1961) wrote …
Cancer’s “invasive form is only one phase in a long series of changes which transforms successive hierarchic entities into cancerous entities. Carcinogenesis, thus, is not simply a change of a normal cell into a cancerous one but a step by step progressive hierarchic development. A cell is cancerous only if it has a cancerous nucleus just as a nucleus is cancerous only if it is formed by cancerous chromosomes which, in turn, are cancerous if they have cancerous genes. With the same reasoning, it is possible to go far down in the organization, below genes even to nucleo-proteins or still lower to histones or even alkaline amino acids, to find that the first changes, which can be considered to be specific for cancer, take place at the bottom of the organization of the biological realm. In other words, a cell becomes cancerous after specific cancerous changes have occurred in all the hierarchically inferior entities that compose it.”
Dr. Revici also factors in the hierarchically superior entities.
So does biologist Bruce Lipton.
Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. (The Biology of Belief: Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter & Miracles, 2005, 2008) wrote …
“The story of epigenetic control is the story of how environmental signals control the activity of genes.”
According to the same source …
“The new, more sophisticated flow of information in biology starts with an environmental signal, then goes to a regulatory protein and only then goes to DNA, RNA, and the end result, a protein.”
According to the same source …
“While the media made a big hoopla over the discovery of the BRCA1 and BRCA2 breast cancer genes, they failed to emphasize that ninety-five percent of breast cancers are not due to inherited genes.”
And the five percent left over are not DUE TO inherited genes just because these breast cancers pass THROUGH them.
Ray Peat (“Genes, Carbon Dioxide and Adaptation,” 2012) wrote …
“A deranged culture will put anything cheap to bad use. The ability to make organisms produce foreign proteins confirms that information can flow from DNA to protein, but as that technology was being developed, the discovery of retroviruses showed that the Central Dogma of molecular genetics was wrong, RNA is a very significant template for the production of DNA. And the scrapie prion shows that proteins can be infectious, passing along information without nucleic acids as the agent of transmission.”
December 5, 2018 @ 2:54 pm Atom
Three things interest me —> Timing / Terrain / Trauma …
WHEN / WHAT / WHO
“What can I do for this rash on my finger?” asked a housewife.
She held up her left ring finger, expecting me to recommend something like aloe vera.
I answered her question with a question. “What color do you think of when you think of the rash?”
“What decision do you have to make about a commitment to a man?”
She pondered for only a few seconds. “It’s my husband. He wants me to help him develop his real estate business, but I want to do therapy like Adano.”
“The color is yellow, and that’s decision. So it really doesn’t matter WHAT you decide, only THAT you decide. All that matters is that you make the decision itself.”
“I don’t have any clients yet, so I might as well help him with his business. I’ll find some clients, and do therapy later.”
Her husband came home from his office 30 or so minutes later. He asked, “Did you ask Ed [Atom] about your rash?”
“Yes,” she said, holding up her hand. “It’s completely gone.”
December 5, 2018 @ 3:05 pm Atom
YELLOW designates decision, “having to make a decision,” “you make a decision and you don’t enjoy it,” “emotional indecision,” “kidding yourself,” doubt, frustration, discernment, discrimination, embarrassment, “mental conflict,” “education or intellectual problem,” or “assimilation of new ideas.”
A coward is vacillating and irresolute. He’s “yellow,” or has a “yellow streak down their back.”
A nitrogen deficiency in plants causes chlorosis, a condition making green leaves yellow.
Adano Ley warned, “Nine out of ten cancer patients are traumatized by indecision.”
The toxic yellow “alien pigmentation” in the iris is due to kidney and bladder inefficiency or malfunction.
December 5, 2018 @ 3:06 pm Atom
How many doctors does it take to screw in a light bulb?
It depends on how much insurance the bulb has.
December 7, 2018 @ 11:04 am John
Hello Atom! On your December 3, 2018 show you mentioned how Gypsy Boots might very likely have been done in by the break-up with his girlfriend, and I was wondering if there was some way he could have prepared himself – and other people can now – for the separation trauma so that such a drastic result can be avoided? That can also be used to prepare for a loved one passing on?
December 7, 2018 @ 6:27 pm Atom
I replied with a blog entry, but can’t post it, John. Stay tuned till I find out what’s wrong.