THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
The Body's First Line of Defense
A generation ago, many Peoples believed that medical science had conquered infectious diseases. Vaccines protected against the ravages of smallpox, whooping cough, and polio. New antibiotic drugs cured diseases such as tuberculosis, pneumonia, and streptococcal infections. In the United States and other industrialized nations, cleaner, safer living conditions had virtually eliminated malaria, cholera, and other severe diarrheal and parasitic diseases.
Despite a myriad of medical advances, infectious diseases today remain among the most serious challenges to public health, killing more people worldwide than any other single cause. In the United States, new diseases such as AIDS, Lyme disease, Legionnaires disease, hantavirus pulmonary syndrome, and hepatitis C have emerged to sicken or kill thousands of Americans each year.
In addition, other new diseases that seemed to be under control are now reappearing. Many microbes and insect vectors of disease are undeterred by previously effective control strategies. For example, some tuberculosis bacteria are no longer susceptible to antibiotics, and many mosquitoes carrying malaria parasites are resistant to insecticides. Diseases are also spreading to new geographic locationscholera outbreaks in South America and dengue fever in the southern United States.
How can these challenges be met?
Immune System Debate
There are a number of body areas that are definitely under-researched as they are not readily visible to microscopes, let alone the naked eye. The lymphatic system, nervous system, and the immune system are the most talked about. Our immune systems keep disease at bay and try to rally round the wagons when invaders appear.
Weve been told to visualize our white blood cells fighting off viruses, bacteria and even cancer as well as visualizing pain retreating and becoming manageable. Biofeedback has become a part of mainstream medicine. So, to some extent, our minds control what the rest of our bodies do, and whether or not everything functions properly. That means, the immune system is not an individual section of the body that is independent of our organs and skeletal structure.
Its no wonder that stress, worry, fear, lack of money, relationship
problems, family conflict and work issues have been found to affect the
immune system, opening our bodies to all manner of attackers. How can
we be healthy when our minds are occupied 18 hours a day (assuming we
sleep for 8 hours) with fending off outside influences. Since the 1950s
our collective lives have become much more complicated. Women in those
days thought that they were unfulfilled because they didnt work
outside the home. Now, women wonder how they got into the position working
two full time jobs (one of them totally unpaid) with no relief in sight?
No wonder many men and women are opting out of the rat race and trying
to get back to a semblance of the simple life. I now know why most people
yearn for a cottage by a lake or a cabin in the wilderness by a babbling
A therapy based on the immune system is the Rife Cancer treatment which uses high frequencies to eliminate parasites that have invaded the organ that is affected. First comes the parasite/virus, and then the cancer. A depressed immune system allows this to happen and when the cancer cells start multiplying, the body cannot fight back.
Something as simple as a cut or a scratch can tell you
if your immune system is weak or strong. If healing starts immediately,
theres no problem, but if the cuts always become infected before
eventually healing, one should start working on the immune system.
We believe that in the future if the powers to be are retrained
When a body becomes overwhelmed with toxic substances, thoughts or feelings, the positive bio-electric field is immensely lowered in vibration and frequency. In other words, our body has a higher frequency or vibration when it is healthy and a lower vibration when it is sick.
Healthy cells, according to Nobel prize winner Otto Warburg, have cell
voltages of 70 to 90 millivolts. Due to the constant stresses of modern
life and a toxic environment, cell voltage tends to drop as we age or
get sick. As the voltage drops, the cells are unable to maintain a healthy
environment for themselves. If the electrical charge of a cell drops
to 50, a person can become chronically fatigued and may get sick often.
If the voltage drops to 15, the cell becomes diseased. When the body's
immune system gets overwhelmed and cannot fight an abundance of toxins
and then we continue to put toxins into our bodies and minds such as
alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, negative fear-based thoughts and heavy emotions,
we can experience a physical imbalance.
It is the same for the cells of the body. Without enough energy to operate, the cells become toxic and malnourished. Then, when presented with an infectious organism they have lost the vitality to resist.
One way to efficiently and safely raise cell voltages is with a device
called an MWO. Invented by Georges Lakhovsky in the early 1900's. Dr.
Lakhovsky discovered that healthy cells acted like little batteries and
discovered how to recharge them (raise their voltages). He found that
transmitting energy in the range between 750,000 hertz and 3,000,000,000
hertz raised the cell's voltage.
Most illness is an autoimmune illness. When your immune system cannot
ward off a problem in your system in time, something fails. Your only
defense is your immune system. By raising the oscillating frequency of
every atom in your body, we are increasing the rate at which the immune
system operates as well as eliminating the negative toxins that your
body is trying to fight off.
How can these challenges