Once upon a time in Berlin I bounced into a medical doctor by the name of Hans (not his real name for reasons that will become obvious). Hans, 56, taught me a bit about ancient Rome, a bit about Berlin and a lot about trauma.
In 2009, Nobel laureate and HIV co-discoverer Dr. Luc Montagnier put a dent on classical science with a simple wave-water experiment that showed how critical natural electromagnetic waves are for life.
The way in which we digest and produce energy through foods, air, water, electromagnetic radiation, even our relationships and sense of purpose, is highly individual. That means the protocol that heals our energy deficiency must be equally individual to be functional.
Glyphosate is not just a weed killer. It's specifically designed to kill any plant it touches, even trees. Today it reaches deep into the human anatomy. It's found in our brains, in our blood, and in our guts.
The BRCA genes are not the bad guys, after all. The news may be a shocker to women who opted for a prophylactic mastectomy, or oophorectomy, otherwise known as futile mutilation of vital body parts for the sake of an evil-sounding acronym.