posted on Jul, 27 2021 @ 06:05 PM
Moses lived to 120 years and had sharp vision to his death, and nothing wrong with his hearing either.
Nearsightedness or myopia affects white people who lived in caves where the weather was foul generations ago, they read, sewed, tied fishing flies,
did other fine work by candlelight. They were druids. Little to no culture or religion of astrology because the stars were not visible in northern
Europe as they were to the ancient Romans.
What about "presbyopia" or loss of accommodation or ability to focus the eyes? I ask because I'm over 40 and my eyes still focus the same as they
did when I was a child.
Hearing loss due to loud noise? No. Age? Again, no. Hearing loss is neither natural nor inevitable with age or exposure to loud noise. I can hear very
quiet sounds as I did when I was a child.
A loss is a loss to the health insurance companies doctors have been bilking. The question remains, how do doctors manage to destroy the eyesight and
hearing of the patients for whom they prescribe expensive eyeglasses and hearing aids? Drugs? Certain antibiotics do destroy hearing.
Glaucoma? Is that high pressure in the eyeballs or just high blood pressure in general. Sin to drink a cup of coffee? There's a strong Jehovah's
Witness angle to this type of medical quackery.