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Cancer Can Be Stopped With The Mind

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posted on May, 24 2009 @ 01:16 PM
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This is simply stunning. The article states that you are programmed to belive by your doctor that you will die from cancer, even if you are undergoing treatment.

Cancer


Just so you know, if you die of cancer or its complications just one day after your 5 year anniversary date, you are still statistically carried as a "successful cure"; advertised and touted to the next cancer patient coming in through the front door to use in their spiel to him about his 40, or 50, or 60, or 70% chance of being "cured" with their marvelous, patented, and expensive chemo, radiation, and surgery treatments.

So what's the reality? A study completed in 1993 by a German biostatistician named Ulrich Abel found that the overall success rate for most cancers treated with standard allopathic treatment (chemo, radiation, & surgery) was just 4%. That's right. Statistically averaged, 96% of cancer patients treated conventionally died of cancer or from complications related to their 'treatment'. The only group of cancers treated conventionally that had a higher batting average were some blood cancers such as leukemia or Hodgskins which approached a 35% success rate.

Also, for your edification, only those allopathic physicians approved by the AMA and the American Cancer Society have the legal authority to use the word "cure" with reference to cancer treatment. Anyone else who dares utter that four letter word in a public forum and is not on the AMA's approved list, can face serious jail time or heavy fines. That Federal law was pushed through by the AMA and their friends a few years ago. How's that for free speech?


Amazing isn't it?


I can't tell you how many people have programmed their bodies to die because they were told by the orthodox medicine priesthood (their allopathic physician) or a cancer specialist (oncologist) that they were going to die in so many weeks, or so many months or so many years from their cancer. How many people have foolishly placed their trust in the hands of the those who are the least educated in 1. how the human body truly functions, 2. in how cancer begins and why cancer proliferates, and 3. how to treat the body to overcome disease with therapies that are in harmony with Nature?

Undoubtedly, that number runs to many millions of people who went to an early grave because they listened to-and believed- the high priests of organized medicine. Those priests are trained and brain washed from the first day they enter undergraduate school-through graduation from medical school-through internship-and through specialist training, that the ONLY acceptable and sanctioned way to treat cancer is with 1. chemotherapy, 2. surgery, and 3. radiation. With the possible exception of surgery (in some cases), the methods used by orthodox medicine are the worst and most destructive ways to treat cancer.

I don't care what 'stage' of cancer you are rated at and I don't care what type of cancer you've been diagnosed with, you CAN CURE YOURSELF OF CANCER. Your likelihood of success, however, is lowest if you depend on conventional treatment and highest if you employ Nature-based, non-allopathic therapies. Of course, you are free to choose the modality of your choice, even though that choice is largely coerced in the direction of orthodox treatment. You are reading MY opinion in this matter. YOU must decide on your heatlth care decisions and not give away your power to someone else. .

If you prefer to accept the death sentence of an orthodox medicine priest and resign yourself to die on cue, then you likely WILL DIE pretty much within the time frame laid out by the high priest. And then your relatives will remark at your funeral how "wonderful" Dr. So & So of the Big Deal Medical Center is because he was so accurate in his death prediction. He SAID you were going to die in six months and sure enough, you held on for six months and 10 days, so he MUST know what's he's talking about! Of course, your relatives will keep his name in mind if they get a diagnosis of cancer because he seems to be so KNOWLEDGABLE when it comes to cancer.


Yes, the doctor must be knowledgable to 'predict' your time of death.


This is part of the reason why so many people have a strong fear of getting cancer. They don't really understand how or why cancer can take hold in the human body and they aren't given enough information about it by the orthodox cancer industry. Yes, there are plenty of softball reasons offered such as smoking, drinking, radiation exposure, asbestos exposure, radon gas, etc. And yes, these environmental irritants can trigger cancers, but is that all there is to it?

If that were so, then why doesn't everyone who smokes come down with cancer? We all have the same DNA. Are we not of one species, homosapiens? If the human body was actually a 'wonderful machine' as explained to us in countless science books and TV documentaries, then why don't we all respond like machines to an irritant? If I poured a bag of sugar into my car's gas tank, the engine would stop running. If I poured a bag of sugar into any car's gas tank, the engine would stop running, so why don't our bodies-if they are wonderful machines-respond in a similar fashion?

Why is it that some guy can work in an asbestos plant for 30 years and still die in his bed from natural causes at the age of 89 and Steve McQueen, by simply wearing an asbestos-lined jump suit at the race track, comes down with mesothelioma lung cancer, the type of cancer associated with asbestos exposure?


Yes, why is that exactly?


There's obviously more to acquiring cancer than the mere exposure to an external irritant, but the external irritant is the only topic the cancer industry is willing to address. The internal biological environment and the spiritual/emotional state of mind is not discussed by the cancer industry, but therein lies a greater insight into the causes of cancer.




posted on May, 24 2009 @ 01:42 PM
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not amazing


but is kinda if you get my drift


good thread !!

its all about how you think tho granted cancer is not what you think

but if you have it you have it for a reason sadly. all the pain and suffering is for a reason


i know it sucks but its the lack of understanding is why you have pain on this world and will continue to do so until IT answers the question Not you



posted on May, 24 2009 @ 02:09 PM
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Your likelihood of success, however, is lowest if you depend on conventional treatment and highest if you employ Nature-based, non-allopathic therapies.


i'm no friend of big pharma and especially chemo and radiation. there is still a lot to learn about what causes cancer and how to stop or reverse it.

but to suggest that the only way to beat cancer is to avoid doctors and just drink tea (or whatever you think of when using "Nature-based, non-allopathic therapies") is completely wrong. most people alive today are so biased against doctors and blame them for all evil and early death but they forget that even 100 years ago in the early 1900's most people would die young, in their 40s or 50s and women were still risking a painful death when giving birth.

we need to give some credit to medicine even though they're still poking in the dark when it comes to these terrible diseases... the mind certainly has an influence in our health, that's why people who believe and hope are also happier and healthier. so much to learn still...



posted on May, 24 2009 @ 02:16 PM
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Medicine used to be good, until it became an industry. When the FDA, AMA, WHO, insurance companies started to pop up, things got bad. Even the 'official' term for cure was wade by the FDA as "can only happen from a drug or treatment".



posted on May, 24 2009 @ 05:02 PM
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Great thread, very pertinent questions.

Modern medicine is good for trauma and acute infections. Anything else tends to become a near genocidal money making machine, and the doctors are badly trained and very throughly conditioned to function within the status quo. The only reason they don't see this is because their teachers, as well as much of society, gives them so much positive reinforcement that they honestly feel they are the best option all the time regarding health. It's a tragedy that kills millions every year in much of the world.

Beyond broken bones and acute illness (cancer not falling in acute, I'm thinking of things like sudden pneumonias and the like), I prefer to take my chances outside the system. At the end of the day it's always a probability game, but the medical system makes it's numbers seem much better than they really are, to entice people to spend money, be it theirs be it the state's.



posted on May, 26 2009 @ 02:00 AM
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Both my grandparents had colon cancer which spread into other areas. This video should be of interest to those that want to help themselves or their families.

Jerry Brunetti - Food as Medicine



posted on May, 26 2009 @ 06:00 PM
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There's been a non-toxic Cure for Cancer since the 60s and probably since the discovery of insulin. Yes the the mind and emotions have a great effect on the body. Stress can depress the immune system. The main organs that control abnormal growths are the Pancreas, Liver, and Thyroid. The Pancreas produces the digestive enzymes that are reabsorbed after digesting food and travel in the blood to break down any foreign proteins etc. The Liver has to filter that waste and dump it into the bowels for excretion. The Thyroid turns on the digestive system.
Google William Donald Kelley for the most effective accurate Cancer info. I did it 2 times. It works if the supplements are made correctly and you follow it closely. He had a 93% success rate. There are only 3 brands I know of that make glandular supplements correctly (freeze-dried and non-defatted). They are
www.ultralifeinc.com...
dewsnatural.com... and Atrium


www.drkelley.info...
cancertutor.com...
www.youtube.com...

[edit on 26-5-2009 by Sargoth]



posted on Jun, 7 2009 @ 05:38 PM
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I hear theirs a "cancer cure" out there. That comes with some pretty bad side effects, and probally gonna cost your life to buy. Not to mention it shaves time off your life? Sounds like people are better off with cancer?

"strong family history of cancer, not makeing fun of it"
rehab


But, rather Evryone has the chance to prevent it, I mean our cancer cells are great for us, like if we get into a bad batch of fruits/veg ect, ect- our cancer cells eat our poison? -research- just saying "BE HEALTHY" and you will heal. Believe in yourself.



rehab



posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 11:17 AM
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I also had a theory. If cancer rots, I am wrong.

The theory is that cancer is caused bythe chemical peservitives in our food.

If the cancer doesn't rot away, it maens that peservitive are to blame, mostly.



posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 11:28 AM
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Well if your mind can STOP cancer, makes sense that your mind could have created it to begin with!

Theory works both ways.

And no the doctors often DON'T just came out and say it will kill you (until things get real bad or it is fast moving). I went through a diagnosis thing and I knew there was a 100% 10 year kill rate past stage 1, and discussed the fact that I did not see the point in horrendous treatments/surgeries for years on end.

Both specialists acted like it was "not a big deal" even though THEY also knew it was always fatal. I knew because I did my own research, not sure how long it would have taken the "experts" to tell me the truth if I had depended on them (and I am quite sure they would NOT tell the true gruesome truth, that info is amazingly hard to find).



posted on Jul, 17 2009 @ 09:31 PM
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I read an article in the New Scientist here in the UK which backs up the theory that powerful people such as doctors and extremely Voodoo doctors can plant suggestions to make people think they are dying. Here is a link to it though it isn't the full story that a read in the magazine. Anything I read in the New Scientist I believe without a doubt:

www.newscientist.com...



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