Before you decide it's too much work to learn this, take a look at the alternative:
keeping your lupus, HIV, herpes. Continuing to get your regularly scheduled flu throughout
the year. Standing with the medical profession and watching helplessly as people you love
die. Being helpless in the face of viral infection, mutagenic diseases like cancer, and
multiple drug-resistant bacteria. Weigh what you can do, not only for yourself, but for
others, by learning this.
If you are a doctor, we implore you: discover this.
Learn it now. It can be pretty easy to learn. It can assist you and the medical
It can take as little as 10 minutes, even less, to discover that this works.
For some people it takes hours; for others, longer. Spend the time. Then do the
operations on yourself that will save your life and enable you to show other people how to
A great many things can be scanned out without doing any removal procedure.
If you don't know something is there, you can't take it out. And throughout your
career as an immunic master, there are going to be things you don't know are
there. That's why we have skills. Things have to be studied. That's how you discover their
existence and gain mastery over them.
Just when you though it was safe to go back in the water . . .
So we now come to some of the basic precepts of immunic removal.
Precept #1: If you don't know it's there, you can't remove it.
Precept #2: Testing about whether it's there sometimes automatically removes
Precept #3: Accessing it's there does not always remove it
When you discover something is there, you do often remove it automatically, without
doing a separate removal procedure. For example, if you test that you started to hate
yourself as a result of something someone else said to you, and then asked, "Do I
still hate myself?", you may very well test no. Just seeing that self-hate was enough
to instantly remove it.
Not true with a virus.
I have never seen a virus disappear from my higher bodies as a result of my
discovering its presence. I had to take a second and say, "I am now removing this
virus," and continue that until it tested as gone.
When I first started removing viruses this way, it took a decent amount of time to
remove one: a few minutes, sometimes longer. Sometimes I would work on a single removal
for 15 minutes. And it was tiring. If I had to remove a virus in increments,
getting a percentage of it out, then getting more of it, then still more, by the time I
finished I was tired. I knew I had done some work.
Now I can remove just about anything in under 10 seconds. No kidding.
But it was the devastating pandemic of 1918-19 that most concerned President Gerald
Ford and his advisers in 1976: the specter of another 500,000 dead American, 21 million
dead worldwide, and over 10 percent of the U.S. workforce bedridden during the upcoming
winter. That was the scale of what remains the 20th century's worst pandemic. It occurred
when the world's population was far smaller, and human mobility limited to slow forms of
transport, such as steamships and locomotives. Nevertheless, the epidemic moved completely
around the globe in less than five months. The Ford administration knew that such an
epidemic could be far worse in the age of jet travel and overpopulation.
- Laurie Garrett, The Coming Plague