Chapter 1: The Politics of Medicine and the Nature of Health. How we get sick: Sleep and oxygen deficit, injury and inflammation, electron and nutrient deficiencies, chemical / electromagnetic toxicities, pH imbalance, pathogens and bodily responses, weather, noise pollution, emotions and beliefs. Drug damage versus effectiveness. Clinical trials and hospital procedures. Iatrogenic disease and preventable deaths. Vaccine history, damage and substitutes; reversing damage after inoculations. Big Pharma’s marriage to the FDA, other government agencies, universities. How drugs are approved, marketed, and publicized. rBGH and aspartame. Corporate-owned media, the fallacy of “peer reviewed” articles, industry ties to medical journals, the bribing of doctors. Doping our children with psychotropic drugs. How electronic media affects the brain and social development. Drugs in our food and drinking water. Big Pharma’s campaign against natural remedies, including pine oil, ephedra, and aloe vera. Natural substitutes for common drugs.
Chapter 2: The History of Pleomorphism and Inventions of Royal Raymond Rife. Life cycles of a microbe (Béchamp versus Pasteur). Pleomorphism proponents Virchow, Nightingale, Enderlein, Haefeli, Reich, Rosenow, Livingston-Wheeler, Naessens, Mattman. Little known facts about Royal Rife’s life, his Universal Microscope, Ray, and clinical trials. How Rife’s devices worked. John Crane, John Marsh, and the next generation of rife machines. Detailed diagrams and measurements of a pleomorphic life cycle as viewed through a modern high-resolution German microscope. Photos of Rife, colleagues, microscopes, instruments, news articles.
Chapter 3: Complementary Therapies. Water and distillation, minerals, heavy metals. Cleaning and restoring water. Food: diets, biochemistry, metabolism, green drinks, gut flora. Factory farming, genetic engineering, irradiation, cloning. Organic, wildcrafted, heirloom, local, free range, Brix. Good and bad fats, chemicals, conditioners, preservatives, synthesized “foods.” Sweeteners: history, biochemical effects, and processing (agave syrup, xylitol stevia, more). Marijuana, hemp, coffee and chocolate. Food preparation methods and cookware. Potency and preparation of herbs. Food-based versus synthetic nutritional supplements (it’s not what you might think). Hydrogen peroxide. Ozone for drinking water, insufflation, funneling/bagging, inhalation, salve, generators, sauna. Colloidal Silver: history, properties, preparation, particle size, storage, home generators, how to use, dispelling toxicity myths and how to reverse argyria. Aerobic / anaerobic exercise and the lymph, and its anti-inflammatory and anti-aging properties. Physiological and emotional implications of touch, massage, craniosacral therapy, chiropractic. Fascia and Oriental medicine. Homeopathy: history, how it works, how to make your own remedies. Detoxification: liver detox, colon cleansing, sauna, clay, castor oil, activated charcoal. Light and color therapies, the pineal, SAD, lasers and LEDs, Dinshah’s Spectro-Chrome Color Therapy. Sleep, sleep-inducing food and supplements, Inclined Bed Therapy (IBT). Meditation: types of, studies, benefits. [see other side]
Nine Appendices include: Resources ♦ Electromedicine and Sound Therapies ♦ Published Rife Research ♦ Toxic Chemicals in Everyday Household Items and Safe Substitutes ♦ Published Studies on Electropollution (EMF) ♦ Build Your Own Footbath for Ten Dollars ♦ Published Research in Electromedicine from the 1800s to the present