Continuance Of the Utmost War
Re: When you say, “Corn prepared with limewater increases nutrient absorption and kills mycotoxins”, are there some additional processes that could be included to clear any potentially remaining mycotoxins and mold spores from the cleanest-sourced corn meal (non-GMO, heirloom, organic, etc.) that has been properly prepared via nixtamalization such that the final food product is virtually mold and fungal toxin free?
Eating organic food won’t protect us against mycotoxins and emerging pathogens.
Much of today’s organic food is hydrated with water containing fluoride, nano-silver, urban effluents, etc.
These combine with viruses, prions, bacteria, fungi, protozoa, and worms into evolving models of virulence and toxicity.
Cooking all of our food may be the safest policy, but it’s not the healthiest.
Building immunity is our topmost choice.
Immunity is the cornerstone of the pyramid, and immortality is the capstone.
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“The art of surviving is spiritual Kung Fu, gaining immunity from being put through the paces. The immortality of the cell is the continuance of the utmost war.”
Helplessness is the greatest “sapper” of immunity.
The less choices, the less immunity.
The more choices, the more immunity.
Three psychology professors wrote a book about it in 1993.
Christopher Peterson, Steven F. Maier, & Martin E.P. Seligman (Learned Helplessness: A Theory for the Age of Personal Control, 1993) wrote …
“Suppose that a white rat is placed in a steel chamber. A mildly painful electric shock is conveyed through the floor. The rat scrambles about frantically. Five seconds later, the shock is turned off. One minute later, the shock goes on again, and the rat again is frantic. In rapid succession, it rears up, climbs the walls, tears at the floor, and freezes. The pattern of shock coming on and going off regardless of what the rat does is repeated eighty times. By the end of the session, the rat huddles in the corner, and each time the shock comes on, the rat takes it, motionless.
“This experience of uncontrollable shock changes the rat. When it is later placed in a shuttlebox, in which merely running to the other side will turn off the shock, the rat will move very little, making no particular attempt to seek any relief. Furthermore, its biological defenses no longer work. If the rat had malignant tumor cells in its body before it became helpless, the tumor cells may grow wildly. And its very biology may be radically altered. Its T lymphocytes may not reproduce themselves at a normal rate, and its natural killer cells may no longer kill invaders as actively.”
And its very genetics may be radically altered.
“Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image,” and it doesn’t get any more graven image than genetics.
Our spit does not determine our destiny.
The people who believe in genetics are the same ones who fart in the bathtub and bite the bubbles.
Water is not free when it seeks a canal somebody else dug for it.
Water is free when it rises to the heavens to sit in its throne.
October 27, 2016 @ 11:14 am Atom
Biogerontologist Bernard Strehler described aging as “essentially a result of the lack of sufficient selection pressure to foster the development of immortal race.”
October 27, 2016 @ 11:16 am Atom
“What can I do for this rash on my finger?” a housewife asked.
She held up her left ring finger, expecting me to recommend something like aloe vera.
I answered her question with a question. “What’s the first color 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 the office a half hour or so later. He asked, “Did you ask [Atom] about your rash?”
“Yes,” she replied, holding up her hand. “It’s completely gone.”
October 27, 2016 @ 11:42 am Atom
Devin Powell (“Treat a female rat like a male and its brain changes,” New Scientist, Jan. 10, 2009) wrote …
“Stroke the belly of a newborn female rat for a few hours a day and chemical ‘caps’ will appear on its DNA that make its brain look more like that of a male.”
October 28, 2016 @ 6:16 am Mac Mcafee
Wow!!! Now it makes sense, how society is subliminally training the people of this country to muddle the gender roles, along with the chemical warfare in the foods!! Excellent post Atom!!!!
October 28, 2016 @ 9:41 am Atom
Thanks, Mac! :-D