I love the look on people’s faces when I tell them germs don’t cause disease. First their faces crinkles as if they are unsure of what I just said. Most often they will say, “What?”
Then I repeat the concept, “germs are not the reason we get sick”
Then their brows get all crunched up and their lips come together in a half pout, half grump position.
Now I have to tell you, I don’t say this too often because I know the majority of people would simply not stick around long enough to hear why the hell I would say such a crazy thing. So I am careful as to who and when I say it.
Well I am saying it now to YOU. At this point the majority of you have been on my list for years and have been exposed to new ideas in the health field. So I am praying you will be open minded to the concept. Understanding that the germ theory really is just a theory (never been proven) will change the way you think about many things. It will certainly become clearer that vaccines don’t work and that the best way to prevent illness, is to live a healthy lifestyle.
Below is a link to a Webnar scheduled August 10th in the US and the 11th in the UK.
The title is ” The Flawed Germ Theory” It is a must. Not sure what the good old doc will say but I know what you will say when your done listening, “WOW, that makes alot of sense.”
Please register as space is limited. You will get a confirmation number in your mailbox that is assigned only to you. it can not be shared.
Don’t want to bother, still think it is nuts. Fine, then answer this question. If we are all sitting at a round table, let’s say 5 of us. Johnny is feeling really lousy, coughing, sneezing, sniffling, getting his darn germs all over us, the table, and the food we are sharing. YUCK.
The next day 2 of us also get sick and 2 of us are perfectly fine. We were all exposed to the same germs at the same time in the same amount. Why don’t we all get sick?
Germs are everywhere. They are on your computer, in the air, on your clothes, in your body…billions. Everyday, everywhere. and guess what? They don’t cause disease.
If you think I am wrong, then please listen to the webnar, then tell me why I am wrong. I would love to hear what you have to say.
Love, blessings and truth in health,
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