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Epidemics & germs - finale Good day, Last week's article was interrupted abruptly as it was getting too long and I was afraid of boring you for too long. Today we will just dive in and conclude this very important message. " The modification or suppression of normal body function by poisoning (with serums or drugs) is another factor in the epidemic saga. Sometimes, when people are too drugged and devitalised, they cannot have the healing crisis, even though elimination of a high of a high accumulation of wastes is necessary. Because vaccinations may so reduce vitality as to make it impossible to conduct a simple eliminative crisis, vaccinated people are said to be "immune" against the particular disease they have lost the ability to conduct. In truth, the price of their inability to dispose of the toxins at an early stage is their accumulation and the insidious development of worse, and more serious, degenerative diseases. But what about the thousands of people who develop colds who have not been in contact with someone with a cold? And what about the thousands who are in intimate contact with someone with a cold who do not develop a cold? In 1967, after my 29-day fast, I worked in a small office with several other people. Every one of them had repeated colds, some developed flu; I was the only one who never had any such symptoms and lost no time from work. Physiological drainage is even more important than drainage of swamps, and infinitely more important than germicides and pesticides. The soil (in the body) is prepared for so-called epidemic disease by failure to keep the fluids and tissues of the body sweet and clean. In 1850 when America suffered wit recurring epidemics of cholera, it developed among the residents of sweltering and crowded cities, and among the drunkards and the ill nourished. A Life Scientists writing in 1851 about cholera says, " In New York as in the Old World, the chief victims of the cholera came from the same classes; the destitute poor, the badly fed, the insufficiently clothed, the crowded, the dirty and the intemperate. The better fed, better housed, clean and temperate did not get cholera. The same is true today: the enervated and toxaemic, the weak and dissipated are sick. Those who live according to the laws of nature are well. Scarlet fever declined in incidence and virulence as rapidly as did diphtheria - without a vaccine. Cholera, bubonic plague, English sweat, and typhus fever declined and disappeared at the same time as smallpox - only smallpox had a vaccine. Some common factor must have been responsible for the total decline - not an "immunising agent" used for diphtheria and smallpox and not for the other diseases. Dr Shelton asks, "Is vaccination merely a substitute for personal and community cleanliness?" SUMMARY The proven invalidity of the germ theory destroys the basis for the popular conception that contagion is the primary cause of epidemics. Healthy people need not fear contagion. Something of the sort seems to occur when an extremely toxaemic person is exposed to the diseased, and a needed healing crisis may thus be triggered. Disease is the result of many causes. The process of disease (the fever, the inflammation, etc..) is body action to dispose of morbid accumulation. The causes, the processes and the effects may be all mixed up together, with constant and complicated interchange. Most of the causes are in the habits of the individual. It is not possible, by chemical or biological means (vaccinations) to make a person disease-proof. This would represent an invalidation of the laws of cause and effect. Sometimes the injection of a poison into the blood stream results in toleration of that poison, mistakenly labelled immunity. Toleration is loss of vital resistance. Environmental improvements, not vaccines, can eliminate epidemics. Correct habits of living, and a clean internal environment do not occasion the disease process." Food for thought? The conclusion of the last few articles is for you to decide whether it is in harmony with nature or whether chemicals can bring us health. Until next week, take care of yourselves, Elise

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