“Microwave Ovens Will Kill You” — An Internet Hoax!

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I am blessed to have a friend who is a scientist, a university professor, and a Bible believing Christian, a brother in Jesus Christ who I can trust! His name is John Gideon Hartnett. On the evening of July 26, 2016, I read a post on Facebook warning of the dangers of consuming microwaved food. This is something I have heard about for years now and have believed. But because the article said that even drinking microwaved water is bad … Continue reading →

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Charles Chiniquy Becomes Motivated to Stop Drinking

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The text is from chapter 28 of Charles Chiniquy’s book, “Fifty Years in the Church of Rome“. If you don’t know who Charles Chiniquy is, I hope you learn about him for I highly regard him as a type of Martin Luther of North America. More about Charles Chiniquy. The first man I met was Dr. Douglas, who was waiting for me at Mr. C. Glackmayer’s room. He confirmed what I had known before of the number of sick, and … Continue reading →

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Death by Medicine

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If you consider health care something that is based on the medical profession consisting of doctors and drugs, by all means see this film! I am 65 years old and the last time I visited a doctor was at least 10 years ago, and it was a skin doctor to treat a broken cyst on my neck. Knowing what I know about drugs and medicine, I have much greater faith for natural healing methods, rest, exercise, nutritious food, herbs, essential … Continue reading →

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Caffeine is an addictive energy draining poison!

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On Aprit 26, 2013 I posted Overcoming caffeine addiction on this website after reading a book, “Caffeine Blues” by Stephen Cherniske. I totally quit drinking coffee for a little more than a year afterwards, but by and by I again succumbed to temptation to drink an “energy booster.” It started out with just a cup of coffee once in a while, than once a day in the morning, and finally several cups a day. In the past few weeks I … Continue reading →

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Looking at the Ebola virus outbreak in perspective

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If you are freaked about the news of Ebola spreading, please check out this video and you may not worry about it so much. Share on Facebook … Continue reading →

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Young Catholic priest Charles Chiniquy stands up to the Bishop for his convictions against drinking alcohol

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This is one of my favorite stories from Charles Chiniquy’s book, “Fifty Years in the Church of Rome” taken from chapter 35. I think Chiniquy had an amazing amount of courage and conviction to not compromise his stand against drinking considering the crowd of people he was with which included the Archbishop! Charles P. Chiniquy (30 July 1809 – 16 January 1899) was a Canadian Catholic priest who was twice suspended from his priestly ministry (because he stood up from … Continue reading →

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Charles Chiniquy leads an entire town away from alcohol

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If you have a drinking problem and are seeking aid, this story may just inspire you to stop drinking completely! It’s a slightly condensed version of chapters 33 & 34 of Charles Chiniquy’s book, “Fifty Years in the Church of Rome”. I find it an exciting account of how one man with the Power of God turned an entire town away from alcoholism!! The 21st of September, 1833, was a day of desolation to me. On that day I received … Continue reading →

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Fushishima Nuclear Power Plant Disaster and the Media: Distortions, hype and pure lies!

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I still hear a lot of fear mongering about the Fukushima nuclear accident. Some call it “worse than Chernobyl”. I find no logic in that statement at all. Two and a half years later and yet not a single Fukushima power plant worker has died or is even sick! Examples of scare mongering media manipulation headlines: Worse than Chernobyl: The inner threat of Fukushima crisis Nuclear disaster: Radiation levels at Fukushima would now be fatal within hours West Coast of … Continue reading →

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Caffeine dangerous to health

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The following information is from the book, “Caffeine Blues” by Stephen Cherniske, M.S. and specifically from Chapter 5, “Specific Health Disorders: The Caffeine Connection” and chapter 6 “Caffeine and Women’s Health” Habitual caffeine intake is linked to: Cardiovascular disease (heart attacks, stroke) Gastrointestinal disease (Irritable Bowel Syndrome, ulcers, etc.) Migraine headache Diabetes Osteoporosis Anemia Premenstrual Syndrome Fibrocystic Breast Disease Breast cancer Birth defects Adrenal dysfunction disorders such as allergies, asthma, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome and autoimmune disease Urinary and prostrate … Continue reading →

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The Cure for Loneliness

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Everything was perfect for Adam in the Garden of Eden! Everything except…what it was he couldn’t quite find words to describe. He certainly had no complaints. God had lovingly provided everything for him in this heavenly paradise. Everything was beautiful, wonderful, except…there was this strange empty aching feeling deep inside. The Lord understood that deep emotion. And He had allowed it to show Adam that he was never going to be truly happy with these beautiful things that the Lord … Continue reading →

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Overcoming caffeine addiction

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I read on a friend’s blog that since she stopped drinking coffee, her energy level increased. I did a Google search with the words, “evils of coffee” and found: Coffee: The Great Energy Sapper By Frédéric Patenaude. I also found, Caffeine Blues: Ten Ways Caffeine Harms Your Health and How To Kick The Habit These two articles inspired me to stop drinking all caffeinated drinks cold turkey from Tuesday, April 23rd. “The energy we get from caffeine is similar to … Continue reading →

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Neurosurgeon: Consequence of Obama Care on patients over 70

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On Nov. 22, 2011, Mark Levin the host of a Chicago’s WLS radio talk show received a phone call from a neurosurgeon. According to the neurosurgeon, under Obama’s health care plan, patients are called “units” and all patients over 70 years of age who need advanced neurosurgery will be given “comfort care” instead! Comfort care: “Medical care that is focused on relieving symptoms and optimizing patient comfort. Comfort care does not seek to cure or aggressively treat illness or disease.” … Continue reading →

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Perecentage of Obese People per Country

Percentage of obese people in the population per nation

The charts show the percentage of obese people per population among 34 nations of the world. I found this data and the Japanese chart from http://www2.ttcn.ne.jp/honkawa/2220.html Japan is the lowest with only 3.5% of the population and America is the highest with a whopping 35.9%! S. Korea is only 4.1% whereas Mexico is 30%. North Americans definitely eat too much sugar! Share on Facebook … Continue reading →

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Coconut oil reverses man’s Alzheimer’s!

I gotta get me some coconut oil! This stuff is amazing! Share on Facebook … Continue reading →

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Bruce Lipton: The New Biology – Where Mind and Matter Meet

Bruce Liptop explains in layman’s terms scientific principles how the body’s cells react either positively or negatively to the mind’s perception of the environment. Listen to him explain why stress is a killer and that dealing with stress effectively is the number one factor to maintain good health. Dr. Lipton says that human cells are either in a growth stage, or in a protection stage. Stress caused by fear forces the cells in a protection stage. The cell cannot exist … Continue reading →

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Bruce Lipton explains the placebo effect and why most modern medical practices are not based on true science

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I was truly amazed and impressed by this talk by Dr. Bruce Lipton! He explains why modern medical practices are still based on old outdated 19th century science because it does not include the principles of quantum mechanics. The medical world, especially in the USA, is stuck in a rut because of the influence of pharmaceutical companies and their monetary motivations. If you have a chronic illness of either a physical, mental, or spiritual nature, please do yourself a favor … Continue reading →

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MSG – a slow poison

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A friend forward this article to me. Snopes.com doesn’t cover it and it confirms things I’ve heard already about MSG. Unfortunately the author’s name was not included. The food additive MSG (Mono-Sodium Glutamate) is a slow poison. MSG hides behind 25 or more names, such as Natural Flavoring.” MSG is even in your favorite coffee from Tim Horton’s and Starbucks coffee shops! I wondered if there could be an actual chemical causing the massive obesity epidemic, and so did a … Continue reading →

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Germs cause cancer!

“The idea that bacteria cause cancer is considered preposterous by most physicians. However, despite the antagonistic view of the American Cancer Society and medical science, there is ample evidence in the published peer-reviewed literature that strongly suggests that ‘cancer microbes’ cause cancer.” — Alan Cantwell, MD. Read the rest of this article. Share on Facebook … Continue reading →

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Aspartame, Brain Cancer & the FDA

Beware of consuming any so called sweet sugarless products containing aspartame! Share on Facebook … Continue reading →

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Nattou – fermented soy beans

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Recently I’ve been eating a traditional Japanese food called nattou nearly every day for lunch. Nattou is also known as “sticky beans. ” Click the photo to see why! Normally people eat it on top of rice, but I often eat it right out of the package with chopsticks after sprinkling on the soy sauce that comes with it. Nattou is very nutritious and good for health. When I first ate nattou shortly after coming to Japan, I didn’t like … Continue reading →

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