A Proposal for Private, Non-Licensed Medical Care

In the years since I was defrocked by the medical establishment for ignoring the 1930’s proscription against cohabiting with a chiropractor (see https://camdoc2001.wordpress.com/legal), I have managed to become at the least, a medical anarchist, and at most, a political anarchist.  An anarchist is not someone who goes around throwing bombs in cartoons.  An anarchist is someone who believes that the best form of government is no government, that all force used by a government is deadly force, that all functions of government can be provided better by private individuals or groups, and that people who are willing to take full responsibility for their own actions should be able to do so.

I have no faith that the medical establishment has any longer the ability to make decisions beneficial to patients.  Individual physicians may still have that ability, but the system of corporations which comprises the medical regulation system does not.  It is too much beholden to the pharmaceutical industry, and Big Pharma is too interested in maintaining its influence in Congress and its position as the most profitable of industries.  Thus, there is a shared revolving door supplying the same pool of personnel to Big Pharma, Medical Regulation, the drug lobby, and legislature, especially at the federal level.

I recently read in HopeGirl’s business plan for the Fix the World Organization http://hopegirl2012.wordpress.com/2013/01/27/fix-the-world-organization-business-plan/ a comparison between corporations and amoral, conscienceless psychopathic sociopaths.  Both are unable to see anything wrong with actions which injure or damage others.  Both are unable to consider any consequence other than the consequences to themselves.  Not only does the pharmaceutical industry in general act exactly like a mass of sociopaths, but the revolving pool of executives, regulators, lobbyists and legislators seem to also share the same characteristics.  We may protest that there are certainly kind, altruistic, caring people in each of these industries, and that may be true.  However, the overall tenor of the actions of medical administration, medical regulation, pharmaceutical companies, lobbying firms, and legislatures is still quite consistent with the actions of a psychopath/sociopath.

As a result of my observation of the system, and my study of law in search of a remedy, I now understand that there will be no remedy within the system.  One can only seek remedy outside of the system.  I know that there are several ways of doing this.  Medical tourism is one.  I notice that even Big Pharma is outsourcing its drug studies to other countries, as the regulations in the US are too stringent and/or costly.  Another way to change jurisdiction might be to operate on some other sovereign territory, such as an Indian reservation, but in my experience, the Indians I spoke with were totally tied into the US government and its diabetes and alcoholism clinics, and thus were not interested in alternative medicine of any sort.  Strange, and sad.

It therefore seems to me to be necessary to either take away the monopoly on the use of medical and healing technology from the medical establishment, or to create another venue where access to this technology is allowed.

Certainly the American Medical Association has fought powerfully against the former in the past; homeopaths, osteopaths,  chiropractors, naturopaths, eclectic physicians and other groups of healers were decimated in the United States following the Rockefeller sponsored  Flexner Report, which consolidated all healthcare power into the AMA.  As I mentioned, I ran afoul of the legacy of that convention by practicing not only with chiropractors (Gasp!), but also with practitioners of Oriental Medicine (Oh, my!).  We know that there would be opposition to any such plan.  Fortunately, in the United States, we still have the US Constitution on our side.

I therefore propose that a means of stepping outside of, not necessarily the territorial borders, but the administrative jurisdiction of the USA, and of the States, is to operate outside of statute law, and inside of private and common law.  I propose a system of private medical/healthcare associations (“clubs”), operating on an intrastate level only, thus tending to avoid federal interference based on the commerce clause of the US Constitution.  These clubs would be open to anyone by private contract only.  Members would be required to be educated in the law, in their rights, and their power.  Members would also be required to be educated in the risks and benefits of a procedure or therapy before they receive it.

Therapies used in these clubs could include any common therapy, as well as those currently unapproved by federal agencies.  The credentialing division of such a club, probably acting in accordance with other similar agencies nationally or world-wide, would investigate safety and effectiveness of treatments, without constraint of pharmaceutical industry influence.  Admittedly, their budget would not be as great as Big Pharma’s budget for investigation, but their standard would be to seek the highest good, for the member, the club, society, and the Earth, and they would not be constrained to only seek for profit, as corporations are today.

Therapies unapproved by PUBLIC agencies would be available to members operating PRIVATELY, based on the Constitutional protection of the right to contract.  The existence of the club would also be an expression of the right of public association also claimed in the founding documents of the United States.  To insure that all participants had informed consent, classes or other educational means would be provided to insure that the contractees or beneficiaries were well aware of known and possible risks and benefits to all planned interventions.

As an example of the operation of a private club in another arena, consider private supper clubs or fraternal organizations which operate in many counties which have laws prohibiting the sale of alcohol.  By being a member of a private club, it is possible to purchase liquor with one’s meal, which otherwise would have been illegal to a member of the public.  Thus we see the difference between a transaction in the private, between two individuals or contracted parties, and in the public.

Non-statutory use of medical technologyPrivate, Unlicensed, Medical Care

My proposal is for the use of private, unlicensed medical care for those who want to use it.  I don’t just propose this because I am an unlicensed medical doctor—I propose it because I think that it can be the solution to many great inequities in world medical care.

Currently, there is a monopoly over who can use medical technology to treat citizens of a given country.  That monopoly is stringently defended, to the point that millennia—long existing caring professions, such as midwifery, now operate in many locales under constant threat of imprisonment for infringing on the rights of the Medical Man to say how natural processes, like childbirth, should occur.

Currently, many forms of medical technology exist which are not allowed to be used in any given jurisdiction.  Consider EDTA chelation therapy, sclerotherapy, Insulin Potentiated Therapy, T3 (triiodothyronine) therapy, German Natural Medicine,  Neural Therapy, Brainwave Biofeedback, Bioidentical Hormone Replacement, human growth hormone, testosterone, contraceptive therapies of various types,  stem cell therapy, chiropractic, osteopathic manipulative medicine, oriental medicine, naturopathic healing, or psychotherapy with LSD, Ibogaine, Ecstacy, DMT, Mescaline, Ayahuasca, etc, as examples.

Other forms of healing are not considered to be medical technologies, and are forbidden for exactly that reason.  Consider shamanic healing, acupuncture, herbalism, nutritional healing, hypnotherapy, prayer therapy, etc.

What is the reason given for denying these health care options to the public?  The main issue seems to be safety, discussed more below.  The paternal STATE has determined that such and such a therapy has not been determined to be SAFE by its own recognized “safety determining board”, so therefore NO ONE should be allowed to use these therapies.  No one. No matter how fully educated and responsible and willing to take a risk, and absolve anyone else from their decision.  No one is allowed.  Does this make sense?

And, the state is ready, willing and able to enforce its statutes with all force.  Deadly force.  Every statute.  You don’t believe it?  Take the most innocent of statutes or ordinances, and consider what would happen if you disobey it, consistently.  Dog licenses, for example.  First, they try to impound your dogs.  Then, they put you in jail.  If you refuse to allow the “public servants” to put you in jail, what happens?  Do they just let you walk?  No, I am sure that you can see the escalation of force can, and will, lead to you being shot.  I am sure that there have been people killed for violation of similar laws.  There was a Polish man tasered to death in an airport for not understanding English.  Every statute is backed by force, and all force is deadly force.

Trusts and Contract Law

In order to understand my proposal, it is useful to be a bit familiar with Trust and Contract Law, as well as other current law forms.  A contract is an agreement between two parties.  It may or may not be recorded in a written document.  A contract requires that each party be required to do something or to have an obligation of some sort.  A Trust is a special form of contract, which usually involves three parties:  A Grantor, Creator or Trustor, who creates the Trust, the Trustee, who operates the Trust, and one or more Beneficiaries, for whom the Trust is created.  The Beneficiaries have no say over what the Trustee does on their behalf, though there are usually ways in which they can make suggestions.

A Trust is nothing more than a relationship between men/human beings.  Like contracts, trusts can be created by law (Statute trusts), by an act of the state, by formal agreements between two or more persons ( individuals or corporations), whether memorialized in writing or not, and by actions.  As an example of the latter, consider that someone comes up to you and says, “I know your children are doing well in school, and I wish to contribute to their education.  Here is $100 to that end.”  He hands you the money, you accept it, and by that action, a Trust is created.  You become the Trustee over that money.  The donor is the Grantor or Creator of the Trust, the $100 is the Corpus of the Trust, and the children are the Beneficiaries.  As Trustee, you are obliged to use the money for the purpose for which it was given to the trust.

Trusts date back at least to the days of the Crusades.  A knight heading off on a crusade has no idea of whether he will return or not.  He does not wish for his family to left destitute in his absence, and he knows that his wife is unlikely to be able to handle the affairs of his estate in his absence.  So, he asks a friend to assume control of his estate, on behalf of his family.  By so doing, a Trust is created.  The Knight is the Creator of the Trust, his estate is the Corpus or Body of the trust, his family are the Beneficiaries, and his friend is the Trustee.  The Trustee has control over the assets, but cannot use them for himself.  The Beneficiaries have what is called “Beneficial Interest” in the assets—they are the only ones who can benefit from the use or sale of the assets, but they have no control over the assets.

Common Law in the United States has its origin in England.  Since at least the 1400s, judges have kept track of the decisions of other judges, and used prior decisions in similar cases as precedents for their current decisions.  It was not necessary to have a statute or legislated law to govern an individual judicial decision; legal precedents were commonly used instead of statutes.

In common law, an injury requires three things to seek a remedy in court:  There must be an act which caused an injury, there must be an injured party, and there must be an intent to cause injury.  Without these elements, there is no legal claim which can be a basis for a remedy.

Consider how different statute law is, where most of the persons imprisoned today injured no one, and had no intent to injure anyone.  The perpetrators of these “victimless crimes” have violated a statute, and by doing so, have supposedly injured the faceless “state” or “people”.  But, how can “the people” be injured, when no individual human being has been injured?

Statute law is Legislation or Acts, which are contracts given force of law by the consent of the governed.  As long as the governed agree to be so governed by the corporation, the statutes are in effect.  But, the laws of one city do not apply to another city, just as the laws of one corporation do not apply to another.  For example, if you work at Wal-Mart, you may be required, by corporate law, to wear a blue vest and a smiley button.  But if you are merely a visitor to the store, you are not required to do so.

Civil Law is the basic law form in Europe and South America.  Civil law is the ultimate extension of Statute Law, since any individual rights enjoyed under Civil Law come not from an inborn inalienable right, but from recognition of the State, through its laws.  Liberty comes not as an innate right, but as a gift of the state, through its laws.  http://www.tuks.nl/wiki/index.php/Main/TheFascinatingHistoryOfCivilLawVersusDivineCommonLaw

The United States as a Corporation, and Citizens as Trusts

US Code defines the United States as a Corporation.  (USC § 3002-Definitions: (15) “United States” means (A) A Federal corporation.)  States are corporations as well, as are most cities and counties.  And the Corporation of the United States has Trust contracts with each Citizen.  In fact, a Citizen can be shown to actually be not a human being, but a Trust, or the Beneficiary of one of over 300 Million individual Trusts created by our over 300 Million birth certificates.  An interesting principle of commercial law is that a corporation cannot deal with anyone but another corporation; thus, the creation of millions of corporations (trusts) for our government corporations to contract with.  The word generally used in law to refer to a corporation or the Trust which has been created for an individual human being is “Person”.  Any time you see that word, remember that it refers not to an individual, living human being, but to a corporation.  But, enough of that for now!

As beneficiary of the US Trust, otherwise known as a “US Person”, you (the citizen) have no say over what the Trustee (the United States) does.  Did you wonder why it has felt like your vote doesn’t matter?  Because it doesn’t!

Well, if we wanted to operate outside the corporate (public) jurisdiction of the United States, how could that be done?  To which the question is posed, do you need to be an employee of Wal-Mart in order to shop there?  Do you have to follow all of the Wal-mart employee rules every time you conduct business in their store?  Do you have to wear the blue vest in order to buy Chinese food/clothing/toys/electronics at the Big Box?  Of course not.  Neither do you have to operate within State or US Statute Law, if you choose to operate from some other jurisdiction.  Like, for example, Common Law, or Private Trust Law.  (Big breath!)

Our Status As Beneficiaries

Why does the State seem to think that it has power to govern such intimate areas of our lives, at the risk of our own lives?  Here is the secret.  A “Citizen” is a Trust. It is not you, it is the corporation, the Trust, created between your mother (the Trustor or Creator of the Trust) and the State, as the Trustee.  We are the Beneficiaries of these Trusts, incompetent wards of the state.  All of us.  Unless we disentangle ourselves from our status as Beneficiaries.

This is not the place to go into further detail on this subject, but please understand that what I am saying here is supported by decisions of the US Supreme Court, as well as lower courts.  When we were born, being incompetent, your mother filled out an Application, and a Trust was created.  We became wards of the state.  The State, as Trustee, had full responsibility for our welfare, and our parents were charged with being the agents of the state.  If our parents tried to do something that the state did not want, such as not vaccinating us, or not schooling us, or using non-approved healing treatments for us, the full power of the state came down on our parents to force them to do what the state wants.

After we reach majority, we have the opportunity to make our own decisions, and to terminate our position as incompetent beneficiaries of the state.  But, does anyone do that?  No, because we are not informed that it is our right to do that.  Speaking of rights, until we are free, we have no rights.  We have only privileges, granted by the state, upon application.   (See below, under License.)   And we remain without rights, until we cease to be incompetent wards of the State.

And why is the State so quick to suppress little infractions of its statutes, or corporate laws?  Because, it seeks after the good of the whole herd of its sheeple, and not for the good of the individual.  A certain person may be well qualified to be a plumber and fix your toilet, but the state does not allow him to operate an unlicensed plumbing business because it might be detrimental to the public as a whole.  The state does not allow the use of mind expanding drugs, because that might cause people to wake up to their circumstances, and thus interfere with its control of the sheeple.  Statutes are not made for responsible people who take full responsibility for their actions.  The common law, which requires an injured party for the courts to act, would be sufficient for them.  Statutes are for people who do NOT take responsibility for their actions, and who need have their actions totally controlled, for the benefit of the rest of the sheeple.

 Safety and Choice

As long as people continue to operate as sheeple, instead of Sovereigns, letting the State assume all responsibility for only allowing safe choices for them to choose from, we must have a State to provide those safe choices.  Only by waking people up to who they are, and to their own personal power, and giving them an opportunity to be fully responsible for their own choices and actions can the State allow the People the opportunity for unlimited responsibility.  And only those with unlimited responsibility can make unlimited choices.

Why does the US Food and Drug Administration exist?  To insure that all of the choices which the public has, as far as drugs, food, and cosmetics, supposedly, are safe.  It does not exist to deny the choice by a private individual willing to take full responsibility for his choice, whatever the risks might be.  So, we must have a method of giving an informed choice to a fully responsible person.  That is the reason for my proposal.

You have probably seen the Underwriters Laboratories tags on extension cords and other electrical equipment.  This tag certifies that the item meets certain basic safety standards.  Is it possible to purchase items which do not meet the UL standards?  Certainly, if you are willing to take that responsibility.  Why, then, is it not legal to purchase medical care which does not meet the UL or FDA standards, if that is what you really want to have?

Why do medical licensing boards exist?  To insure that all of the choices that the public has, as far as medical providers and medical care, is safe.    They do not exist to deny the choice of a non-licensed healer or healthcare provider to a private individual willing to take fully informed responsibility for his choice.  It might be wise to provide the opportunity for such a choice to a fully responsible person.


A License is a privilege, granted by the State, to do something that is otherwise illegal to do.  Like, own a dog, or a bicycle, invest other people’s money, fix a toilet, or use healthcare technology.  Upon Application, a Person can receive a License to do something (like own a dog, drive a car, or practice medicine), which as a beneficiary of the state, he could not legally do without the license.

Rights vs Privileges

The inalienable rights recognized by the Declaration of Independence, and acknowledged by the Bill of Rights of the US Constitution, only apply to those who are willing to claim them.  Unfortunately, as much as Citizen beneficiaries protest violation of these rights, Citizens do not have them.  Citizen beneficiaries have privileges, granted by the state, upon application.  For example, the US Supreme Court says that citizens are guaranteed the right to travel freely.  http://www.apfn.org/apfn/travel.htm

“The right of the citizen to travel upon the public highways and to transport his property thereon, either by carriage or by automobile, is not a mere privilege which a city may prohibit or permit at will, but a common law right which he has under the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” Thompson v. Smith, 154 SE 579.

Thus, traveling in your automobile is a right, and this right is recognized by the Supreme Court.  But, as long as you remain a ward of the state, you do not have any rights, and it is obligatory to apply for a license to drive a car, a privilege, as rights do not apply to those who do not claim those rights.

 Necessity of State Medical Technology Approval

Many would assume out of hand that it is absolutely necessary to have a state-run licensure or credentialing system to oversee all practitioners and technologies, and that there is no way that a private system would work.  To them, I would point out that a State licensure board only insures a minimum competency level.  For example, a doctor can get a license to practice medicine after one year of internship.  But most hospitals would not allow that doctor to practice in their hospital until the physician has completed an additional two to six years of training, and none of them would allow that doctor to practice surgery in their hospital until he has also been certified by a private specialty board.  To have medical privileges granted, it is necessary to be approved by a PRIVATE medical approval system, the hospital credentialing committee.  Thus, we see that the current private credentialing committee is more stringent than the state system, and it is very likely that all hospital credentialing boards could operate just fine without any state system at all.

Extend that just a bit, and you will see that it is very likely possible for all of the functions of a state licensing system to be replaced by a private system.  In the case of a private, non-public health care club or association operating outside of statute law, it is very likely that a private credentialing organization could decide on the suitability of any physician, as well as could a state or hospital board.

Furthermore, medical technologies, such as stem cell therapy, could also be similarly evaluated by private evaluation boards.  The results of these evaluations would then be provided to the physicians involved, and also to the patients.  Informed decisions about the technologies could then be made between the physician and the patient.  What a concept!!!

Commercial Law and Intrastate Commerce

The Constitution of the United States forbids states from passing any “Law impairing the Obligation of Contracts.” (Article I Section 10) This means that the agreements between individuals (contracts) supercede those of the State, or of the Union (federal government), at least if the parties to the contract choose to be governed by their private agreement, rather than by statutes.  Just as many contracts specify that disputes shall be adjudicated by a private adjudicator, instead of state or federal court, a private contract (including a trust) can specify what jurisdiction governs that contract.

The US Constitution in Article I, Section. 8 says:

The Congress shall have Power …To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian Tribes.

The regulatory power of the Federal Government is, therefore, limited to commerce which occurs “among the several States”.  In other words, interstate commerce.  Commerce occurring solely within the bounds of one state, intrastate commerce, is therefore exempt from federal oversight, at least by the constitution.  Thus, Dr. Stan Bruzynski, who recently won a 17 year battle against the FDA for his cancer treatment, was initially attacked by the FDA for mailing his treatments to the patients.  As long as the patients saw him in his clinic, there was no interstate commerce, and no federal involvement.  But, when patients living in other states needed refills of their treatments asked to have them mailed out of state, that gave the feds jurisdiction, they felt.

The federal government has, however, chosen to interpret this clause to include any commerce which involved anything which at one point in its existence crossed state lines.  Dr. Bruzynski’s formulas were manufactured within the state of Texas, and therefore the feds did not have jurisdiction until they were mailed out of state.  The congress and the courts do not seem to have much interest in reining in the federal regulators in this matter.

It may be important, therefore, to obtain supplies of as many basic materials as possible, and to prepare, for example, stem cell culture media, within the bounds of the state where they are to be used.  At the very least, the health club should be isolated from interstate purchases by using the services of some other supplier within the state for anything which must be sourced from without the state.

Medications and medical supplies

I see the weakest part of this plan as being the procurement of medications and other controlled materials normally provided only within licensed medical and pharmaceutical channels.  It is unlikely that a State would allow its licensed pharmacists to honor the prescriptions of physicians operating outside of the regulatory system.  Yet, the US constitution prohibits any State from making a law “impairing the Obligations of Contracts”.  So, could a State legally constrain a physician or pharmacist from operating within a private association, under private contract?

That said, there is nothing which would prevent a physician from having a clinic within the regulatory system for some of his practice, and another clinic without the regulatory system, for specialized, non-approved care. A physician working without state law does not mean that he cannot work within state law, any more than him putting a bandage on his daughter’s finger precludes him from performing an appendectomy the next day.

He might be able to provide a prescription from his licensed office.  This physician also might be able to provide medical supplies from his licensed office to his unlicensed office, just as he could provide medications from his licensed office to an unlicensed patient.

Some of the required medications or materials might be able to be compounded within the club by a compounding pharmacist, using industrial but pharmaceutical grade materials available through industrial channels.


Several years ago, I was the medical director of a health care clinic which acted as the company health center for three private companies.  If they had a health issue, the employees came to us first, before possible referral to outside specialists.  If the employees accepted our recommendations for alternative health treatments, we provided those treatments.  If they rejected our suggestions, we referred them into the system of standard western medicine.

By first offering alternatives, much money was saved by avoiding surgeries,  and by healing disorders which, with standard medical treatment, could have become chronic and very costly.  As a result, the health care costs for those companies were about 1/15th of the average for that area.

Initially, the proposed healthcare clubs will act on a for profit, patient pay basis, and most of the services offered will likely be those services unavailable outside of the clubs, though some consumers will choose to use the clubs as their primary sources of health care.  Of course, it is likely that neither public nor private insurance providers will pay for medical services provided in the private.  But when insurance plans begin to see the tremendous cost savings of using alternative healing options, it may be that company insurance plans will begin to pay for these options.

There is a great demand for health care alternatives, and a limited ability to deliver them.  Of course, that is why the healthcare system considers alternatives such a threat, and will likely do what it can to continue to suppress their availability.  But as economics of scale bring down the price of treatments, such as stem cell therapies, more and more people will want to use them.

As an example, the cost of producing stem cells from a donated placenta and umbilical cord might be $1000.  Several sets of these donated cells might be required to treat a patient, at a cost of $5000. This price could easily drop in half by processing increased volumes.  First, the cost of extracting the cells would drop, by efficiencies of volume.  Then, by using unapproved expansion (culturing) of the stem cells, the cells from one cord or placenta could be used to treat 50 or more people, thus bringing the price from $5000 down to $50 or so.

We are in contact with groups who have great, almost unimaginable, amounts of wealth.  Some information about these groups can be found at http://hopegirl2012.wordpress.com/2012/08/  These groups are very much in favor of our plans to remove control of medical technology from the medical/pharmaceutical establishment.  It is very likely that funding for these clubs will quickly be provided, once we create the plan.  Until that time, we can proceed with the intentions to create these clubs as for profit ventures.

Private Health Clubs and ObamaCare

I do not pretend to have any more knowledge of ObamaCare regulations than did the hundreds of congressmen who signed it, unread.  It is obvious to me that requiring a private citizen to contract with an insurance company to cover health care is not supported by the US Constitution, and therefore is unlawful, not to mention illegal.  But, that doesn’t seem to have stopped the US Corporation very often, recently.

It does seem to me that if the federal government is requiring private citizens to contract with private parties regarding their health care, that such a contract might legally be with such a private club as we have been discussing, and that it not necessarily be with one of the approved ones which does not provide the services which the citizen desires!


Twelve-Stranded DNA Nothing! Four-stranded Associated With Cancer!

Last week, I ragged on my friend about his loose use of scientific terms.  In that blog, I mentioned my aversion to the 12-stranded DNA myth.  Well,  I got an article today http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-21091066   which tells the story that FOUR-stranded DNA has been found, shows drawings of what its structure appears to be, and then it says that it is interesting because it is associated with CANCER!  Gee, if four stranded DNA means cancer, adding another 8 strands (“crystalline” or not) will certainly bollocks-up the cellular machinery!

To review, there is a New Age myth, whose origin I have not been able to track down, which says that in the Ascension, our DNA will be transformed from the plain, old ordinary kind common in ALL KNOWN LIFE FORMS from viruses to bacteria, plants and animals, to the higher stellar form of 12-stranded DNA.  And some say that our cells well change from being carbon-based to crystalline–one might assume that this means that we will be changed from carbon-based life forms to silicon life forms, like those big rock blobs on Star Trek.  Because, I suppose, plain old carbon is just not good enough.

My first question regarding this was always to try to pinpoint just what the myth refers to–does “12-stranded” refer to the double helix molecule itself, or does it refer to the two-stranded chromosomes in which the DNA is housed?  And I have never gotten an answer.

You are all familiar with the appearance of a chromosome, sort of a lopsided “X” shaped body with fat arms and legs joined at the center (see the fat blue chromosome on the linked page).  Well, if that represents “Two-stranded DNA”, then that would mean that a 12-stranded chromosome would look like a microscopic mop, or a nano-octopus, with 12 legs instead of eight, right?  Please tell me if you see an error in my logic.

But if the “Strandedness” refers not to the chromosome, but to the DNA molecule itself, that is a different story.  We are all familiar with the double helix form of the DNA molecule, which unzips during cell reproduction to form two mirror-image half molecules, which in turn reassemble into two separate double helices (that is the plural of helix, by the way).  If “two-stranded” refers to the DNA itself, and it were possible to assemble six DNA molecules together into a 12-stranded behemoth, I cannot imagine how the normal cellular machinery which reads the DNA information and uses it to build protein molecules, would possibly be able to function with a 12-stranded monstrosity!  I don’t pretend to know everything, and certainly not about crystalline ascended body physiology, but it seems to me that a 12-stranded DNA molecule, if such a thing were possible, would have a lot more in common with–yes–a crystal of some sort than of a component of a living cell.

The corollary to the 12-stranded DNA myth says that even today, some people are experiencing having their DNA transmorgrified over to a multi-stranded form, in preparation for the big New Age Rapture.  I always said, well, if that is happening, why is it unknown to medical science?  But now we know, it IS happening!  But, as I said, not with beneficial, but with pathological results.

OK, I will leave this alone.  But I am open to your comments and enlightenment!

Distilled Water/Urine Therapy Gobbledygook

I received a letter (posted below) from a good buddy about  “Health Breakthrough: Distilled Water & Urine Therapy”, and was forced to put on my curmudgeon hat to respond.  I thought that it was worth sharing here, so here it is:

First off, let me say that I do not have an argument with the possibility that urine therapy may be useful.  I have talked to people who swear by it, and give subjective evidence that it is useful to them.  Is that just the result of an expectation?  I don’t know.  I have read some material about it.  I do not know if urine therapy is useful, or is not.  I am open to it being so.

I also am very familiar with the concepts and practice of homeopathy, in which the vibrations of water are changed by the remedies added to the water, and the manipulation (sucussion, dilution) of the water.  The vibration of the remedy is potentized in the water, and the potentized water affects the body. I think that if urine therapy does anything beneficial, it must be through an action similar to that of homeopathy.  But, that is not what this letter said.

What I have problems with is when people say things that are blatantly false, or which violate accepted scientific understanding and concepts, and they make no attempt to say why what they say is true, and what the world says is false.  I mean, if you say that the world is flat, or that toads fly, give some evidence that it is so before you just expect us to believe such a wild assertion.  This boggles credulity, and generally it says to me that these people are either fools, or ignoramuses, or at the least, extremely poor teachers and expositors of the truth as they understand it.

I also have problems when people use terms in a way contrary to the generally accepted use of the word, and then expect you to follow blindly along the false path that they have just taken you on.  For example, “In the Ascension, we will have 12 strands of DNA”.  “And our DNA will be changed from organic to crystalline.”  Oh, really?  So, nice 2-stranded chromosomes are going to be turned into 12-stranded chromosomal octopi?  How will that work?  Oh, and CRYSTALLINE octopi, to boot?  Or is it that the double helix turns into a dodecihelix?  And just how do our ribosomes read that, to transcribe the encoded genome into proteins?  And how does our DNA replication work, then?  Has anyone ever SEEN or MODELED or even IMAGINED the shape of DNA as a 12-stranded macromolecule?

But then they expect you to swallow the whopper whole, without explanation, and they lead you, pied-piper like, down the merry path to mental destruction.

So, I will point out some of the fallacies which I see in your letter.  But, let’s first look at some definitions:

 Distilled water:  what does the word “Distilled” mean?  It means boiled to a vapor, and then condensed back into liquid, leaving many of the less volatile impurities behind.

Demineralized water:  Water which has had most of the minerals, especially calcium, magnesium, and sodium, removed, usually by a physical process like reverse osmosis, or with an absorptive resin, like in a water softener.

Reverse Osmosis:  The process of forcing a fluid through a semipermeable membrane, which allows the fluid to pass through, but restricts the passage of the dissolved minerals or other contaminants.

Organic:  Means containing carbon.  Organic chemistry refers to the chemistry of carbon compounds.  If you are using another definition of this word, in chemistry or physiology, please tell us what you mean!

OK, now let’s look at what you say, using these words:

There are 4 types of distilled water one can consume:

  1. Artificial – Distiller machine

  2. Water in fruits and vegetables

  3. Water in our bodies (urine) – THIS IS THE BEST WITH QUICKEST RESULTS.

  4. Distilled Water created from nature (rain water & dew) – NOT MINERAL SPRING WATER.

I find it interesting that they did not include bottled water, tap water, or lake water as “distilled water”.  I mean, let’s face it, lake water is probably a lot more “distilled” than urine is!!!  Unless their magic code word “distilled” actually means something else, which I won’t guess at at this time.

The only two of these which can be construed in any way to actually be distilled are #1 and #4.  Water in fruits and vegetables is NOT in any conceivable way distilled.  It is contaminated with sugars and proteins and minerals and starches and lots of other things.  How can this be called distilled????

And “URINE is DISTILLED”?  What kind of fluoride are YOU taking????  Urine is CONCENTRATED METABOLIC WASTE!!!  It is Concentrated Toxins!   It is the very OPPOSITE of distilled!!!!

Next weird, illogical and/or patently false statement:

The truth is distilled water leaches the body of “inorganic minerals but not organic minerals” which is exactly what the body needs.

Ok, so by minerals, I assume that you are talking about metals like calcium, zinc, iron, magnesium, potassium, right?  Well, which of these minerals contain carbon, as is the definition of “organic”?  The answer:  NONE OF THEM!!!  What then, is the meaning of the above statement?  It has no meaning, as far as I can tell.

There is another possible meaning of the term “organic minerals”, which is that the minerals may be chelated (attached) to an organic (carbon containing) molecule, such as citrate, aspartate, malate, or another organic acid or amino acid.   Minerals are better absorbed through the gut wall into the bloodstream if they are chelated like this.  But, does “distilled water” change the way that such chelated minerals are treated by the body, as opposed to “nondistilled water”?  No.  water is water.  The body does not handle the water molecules in your expensive bottled water any differently than it does the water molecules in the tap water, or the water molecules in your bloodstream.  The only difference is the presence of other materials (solutes, contaminants, toxins, whatever you want to call them) in one source vs another.

To tell the truth, when I read obvious disinformation like this, it makes me consider whether the whole cult which produces this material is not a consciously created program to dumb us down and teach us to accept things as true, but which are patently false.  Or, it may be a plan to discredit the final claim (urine being a health stimulating substance) in the mind of anyone with any tiny degree of knowledge of physiology, by giving only gobsmackingly false statements of “fact” as support for the conclusion.  Like saying:  Toads have wings, and birds are toads, so therefore, birds can fly!  The corollaries are so unthinkably incorrect that no one with a thinking, logical mind would even consider that the conclusion might actually be true.

Let me open to another possibility which perhaps is the intention of this type of article.  That is, that “as a human being sensitive to energy, I perceive a difference between the way this kind of water feels in my body, or when I drink it, as opposed to the way I feel when I drink THAT kind of water.”  Ok, that may be true.  It may be that there is an ENERGETIC or VIBRATIONAL or possibly STRUCTURAL (a la Patrick Flanigan) difference in the different types of water.  It is possible that water passed thru biodynamic flow forms is energized in a way which makes it different than water from a pipe.  That may be true.  But if that is what you mean, THEN SAY THAT!  Say what you mean!  Don’t try to turn your subjective, intuitive sense of a difference into a scientific, measurable, difference, by lying about it, just because you think that using scientific words (which you obviously know very little about) makes your subjective understanding more acceptable.  Lying is lying.  Falsehood is falsehood.  Saying that a toad is a bird does not make it so, and saying that urine is somehow “distilled water” does not MAKE urine into distilled water.



From: The Big Guy
Sent: Friday, January 18, 2013 9:54 AM
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Subject: Knowledge is Power (Health Breakthrough: Distilled Water & Urine Therapy)

Hello Everyone,

For those of you who are health conscious, the below video is strongly recommended.  The topic is DISTILLED WATER and/or URINE THERAPY.

This actually is the fountain of youth.  The cabal has put out propaganda that distilled water leaches the body of minerals.  But the “trickery” and “slight of hand” is their claim fails to distinguish between organic and inorganic minerals.  The truth is distilled water leaches the body of “inorganic minerals but not organic minerals” which is exactly what the body needs.

Secondly, the volume of water is very important.  For an average person we need to be consuming 1 gallon of distilled/urine water per day, to create the river flowing threw our body effect.  When this happens miracles and age reversal starts happen such as:  white hair turning dark again, bald spots filling in, increase in energy, intense detoxification of heavy medals and all forms of toxins, healing of cancers and debilitating diseases.

There are 4 types of distilled water one can consume:

  1. Artificial – Distiller machine
  2. Water in fruits and vegetables
  3. Water in our bodies (urine) – THIS IS THE BEST WITH QUICKEST RESULTS.
  4. Distilled Water created from nature (rain water & dew) – NOT MINERAL SPRING WATER.

Below is a 15 min video that gives a very good overview of this super important health topic that I want to create conscious awareness of, which is why I’m sending this email out.

I’m 100% certain the dark cabal who runs this planet does NOT WANT THE SHEEPLE to find this information out…..because it does everything opposed to what they are aiming for.  Specifically, it heals, raises conscious awareness, it slows and may even reverse the aging process, which in turn means:  many less people needing medical attention, pharmaceutical drugs, awake and aware physically, mentally and spiritually, healthy and vibrant.

Here it is! The Secret to the Fountain of Youth…In our Aquarian time, the knowledge is freely available to us now, at our fingertips….


Blessings, The Big Guy

P.S. Below is a PROTOCOL for any of you out there who have any sort of physical ailment worth your consideration…..


Understand that diagnosis is no longer necessary and the protocol is exactly the same for all serious illnesses.

The following is the highest-speed, Aquarian Protocol, in which cancers and tumors, for instance, are usually totally destroyed without a trace within 2-4 weeks…

Fast while drinking all of your Urine, except for a once a day pint (1/2ltr) set aside to be used for a daily, full body rubdown. If desired, also consume the Purest, Distilled Water which is available.

If the person with the illness does not wish to drink Urine, then…

Fast while drinking at least a gallon a day (4ltrs) up to 1.5 gallons per day (6ltrs) of any desired combination of Raw, Living Juices and the Purest, Distilled Water available.

You can expect the exact same victory, but these waters are not as finely distilled as Urine and it will take approximately 2-3 times longer for completion.

If the person with the illness does not wish to Fast, then…

Drink any combination of the Pure, Distilled Waters in the same volume, and know that completion will take longer, and the extra length is determined by how healthy the diet is.

Fibromyalgia, Autism, and Oxalate Excess

I listened to a presentation last night from Dr. Kurt Woeller, sponsored by Great Plains Laboratory.  Dr. Woeller was discussing the role of disruptions in oxalate metabolism in autism and fibromyalgia.  It was new info for me, so probably it is for you, too.

Oxalic acid is the acid form of this molecule (the base is called oxalate), and it is the main thing that makes rhubarb sour (the leaves have so much they are considered poisonous), and also wood sorrel (the little “four leaf clover” looking plants which are common little lawn weeds from Florida throughout most of the US).  The scientific name for this plant is Oxalis (you can buy larger varieties as potted floral plants), and the acid is named Oxalic Acid, after this plant.  Other plants high in oxalate are spinach, beets, and swiss chard.  You know that gritty feeling of your teeth that you get sometimes when you eat spinach?  That is oxalate crystals.

Oxalic acid is thought by French researcher Joseph Davidovits to be the key to how the pyramids were built!  He wrote a book describing a process by which the acids in plants could dissolve stone, and then it could be cast in molds, and converted back into stone.  There is significant evidence that this technology was used for the megalithic structures of Egypt, and also the Incas of South America had a similar substance with which they dissolved stone and cast it into blocks for their huge structures.

Oxalic acid is used to bleach stained wood, and to remove rust, lime and corrosion from automobile radiators.  Plus, as I mentioned, it dissolves rocks!   Does it make sense that you might not want to have too much of this acid in your body?

Anyway, oxalic acid is a common part of our foods, and it can also be produced in abnormally large amounts by yeasts (like Candida), molds (aspergillis) and other fungi which might be inhabiting our bodies.  For some people, they have the ability to get rid of the excess oxalate.  For some, it causes problems.

Oxalate crystals (oxalic acid combined with a metal, such as calcium) form spiky or needle-like crystals, which can deposit into the kidneys, liver, muscles, bones, joints, brain, and really, just about any tissue.  Just by looking at these crystals it is quite apparent why deposits of these spikey, spiny crystals in any tissue would cause pain!  Furthermore, elevated levels of oxalate can also cause problems with the function of the brain and nervous system,  such as are common in autism and fibromyalgia.  And these are two disorders in which high oxalate levels are commonly found.

Your doctor is probably aware of one other disorder in which an organic acid—uric acid, in this case—is poorly excreted, and ends up in deposits in the bones and joints, especially the big toe!  This disorder is called gout, and the deposits of uric acid crystals appear as lumps of fluffy white crystals which cause excruciating pain.  So, mentioning gout as an example of an organic acid disorder might be helpful.

Too much oxalate in the body causes an uncoupling of the process by which the mitochondria (the little bacteria-like power plants in almost every cell) create energy currency for use by the cells.  Oxalate blocks the action of vitamin B6 in producing ATP from carbohydrates or proteins.  ATP is the energy currency spent by most cells in the body.  This could certainly explain why people with fibromyalgia seem to have “less money in their accounts”, and to be unable to replenish their energy currency like unaffected people.  No wonder small exertions like vacuuming the living room can cause them to crash for two or three days!!!  They can’t make energy currency (ATP), and so spending even small amounts of ATP currency on trivial things “breaks the bank”.   And replenishing the ATP currency accounts takes much longer than normal.

Oxalate also binds heavy metals such as lead, mercury, arsenic, or cadmium, and can be the cause for a chelation program to rid the body of these toxins being ineffective.  Only when the oxalate levels are lessened does the body start getting rid of its toxic levels of heavy metals.

So how do you find out if you have too much oxalate in your body?  Great Plains Laboratory in Kansas has a patented urine test called the OAT—Organic Acid Test—which looks at several different kinds of organic acids in the urine.  It is truly a key for understanding metabolic disorders, including chronic fatigue, autism, and others.  If your doctor will not order this test (because he is unlikely to be aware of the role of organic acid metabolism in illness), you can order it yourself, and receive a graphic report.  You will likely want to discuss the report with a physician trained in metabolic laboratory tests, or perhaps a clinical nutritionist.  Dr. Woeller is also available for consultations, as am I.

If you find out that you have high oxalate levels, what can you do about it?  There are a few things.  First, you can go on a low oxalate diet.   You can find out more info about this from some experts at the links below.  These are also good sources for other information about oxalate problems in general.

Next, you can support the body’s ability to excrete oxalate by taking supplements such as oral calcium citrate.  If there is too much oxalate in the gut (from food or produced by yeasts, fungi or bacteria in the gut), calcium will tend to bind to it, forming a calcium oxalate crystal which passes with the stool.

The OAT test may suggest high levels of yeast or other organisms, producing large levels of oxalate.  Repairing the internal ecology (the mixture of bacteria and fungi, and possibly parasites, inside the intestine) by using probiotic formulations should help this, as well.  More specific information about the state of the internal ecology can be obtained by doing a stool analysis.  I recommend Great Smokies Diagnostic Labs, now Genova, as the best in the business, and very much accustomed to working with patients with less recognized disorders.

Finally, there are other vitamins and supplements which can be helpful, such as B6.  Others will help the body be less irritable when oxalate starts moving from the tissues in what is called “oxalate dumping”.  Some good information about that is also available at the oxalate diet sites.

I hope that this offers some hope and insight into what might be a key finding for fibromyalgia, and one of the many causes of autism.

To Your Health,










Keywords: autism, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, oxalate, fatigue, yeast, candida, aspergillus, ATP, nutrition, medicine, health

Legal Update

Well, it appears that the government officers who say that I am an evil monster have failed, in the 30 days allotted, to actually SIGN the charges against me, to swear that these charges are true.  But, then outside of that 30 day period, the complaint was signed.  Illegal, yes.  But, we do still have a dictatorship in the country, and the “justice” system has not been following their own rules or the law thus far, so it is likely that I would still be in jeopardy if I were to return home.   I will therefore hang out until the whole case (not just against me, but against my partner) is dismissed.

Another development is that the judge in charge of the case got tired of being told by the national government how he should rule in this case, and he just resigned!  We have no idea how the NEW judge will behave, but we are not holding our collective breath that it will be an improvement.




60 Minutes Ambush Journalism

Shortly after the journalistic ambush, knowing that, of the half hour or so that I spoke with Mr. Pelley, only a very few minutes would be aired,  I made an attempt to recall all of the questions that I was asked, and the answers that I gave, as well as those answers that I would have given had I had some time to consider the question.  Then, I realized that few people are really interested in a summary of our 35 minute interview (this number from the 60 Minutes website).  Most are likely only interested in the four minutes that I spoke on air.  I have thus prepared this summary, but you can read more of the interview questions and my comments here.

  1. I.                    What did they say?

Well, I said a lot of things, most of which were edited out.  If you want to read some more of our interview, as best I can remember, look here(Link Inactive).

The following points are what I got out of the news segment, with brief answers, explained more fully below:

  1. Dr. Ecklund keeps saying that there is a conspiracy to cover up new medical discoveries and therapies, but 60 minutes says that is impossible.
    1. Dr. Ecklund brought this up two or three times during his interview, but Master Mason Scott Pelley  of 60 minutes blows it off.
    2. Hmm, could that be because this “investigation” was funded by Lipitor, a branch of Big Pharma?


  1. Dr. Ecklund didn’t attend a stem cell residency program.
    1. Well, there aren’t any.


  1. Dr. Ecklund did not publish any articles about stem cells.
    1. Your doctor didn’t publish any articles on high blood pressure medications.  Does that mean that he cannot prescribe them?
    2. Dr. Kurtzberg, 60 minute’s expert, did not publish her own research on using stem cells for Cerebral Palsy! http://www.dukehealth.org/physicians/joanne_kurtzberg
    3. I wrote an extensive website on stem cells here.


  1. It is impossible that a child with Cerebral Palsy could have benefit from stem cell therapy.  “Dr. Kurtzberg told us there’s no evidence yet that stem cells can treat cerebral palsy.”
    1. Many children with CP have had benefit from stem cell therapy. 
    2. Dr. Kurtzberg herself has treated CP children with stem cells, and had good results:http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,573265,00.html#ixzz1iyM7JjVD
    3. Most treated children are in other countries.
    4. See this unsolicited comment from a CBS website viewer.


  1. There is no therapeutic use for stem cells.
    1. Why don’t you ask that Dr. Kurtsberg at Duke, who 60 minutes uses as the source for that statement, yet who is herself using stem cells for therapeutic purposes, including leukemia and cerebral palsy? http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,573265,00.html#ixzz1iyM7JjVD
    2. And who has a 10 million dollar stem cell clinic to treat Cerebral Palsy and various other disorders with stem cells!
    3. 60 minutes says that she says there are no therapeutic uses for stem cells.  So, why is she using them?  And what does this tell us about the veracity of what 60 minutes says?
    4. Or the successful treatments overseas, which are being shut down?  Links below.
    5. Why does CBS keep removing positive comments, like the ones from intheknowstemcells?


  1. Dr. Ecklund’s lab is round, so it must be substandard.
    1. Um, Duh!
    2. Nobody said it was state of the art except Scott Pelley, and I TOLD him that it was not.  It is a production lab, not a research lab.
    3. Local hospital directors have told us that our lab is more up to date than the hospital labs are.
    4. Our lab has been raided twice, the latter time with 40 police in SWAT gear.  All charges dismissed.


  1. The stem cells we bought from you were ALL DEAD.  “Biological Junk!” 
    1. We tested the cells by thawing an aliquot (sample) and counting them. 
    2. It is very important to follow our thawing protocol, or else you will have lowered cell count and viability, as the Duke group got.
    3. Since the CBS crew lied to the public about the actual cell count, I don’t think that we can believe much about their report about the cells at all, can we?
    4. And they weren’t actually all dead, 100,000 of them were alive, but CBS didn’t want to include that admission in the broadcast segment.


  1. The Sussers do not have the ability to make up their own minds about whether or not to have their son receive stem cells.  Even if they have full disclosure about risks and benefits, they do not have the intellectual or moral ability to make such a decision.
    1. If you say so
    2. Did you realize that poor Mr. Susser is a lawyer?  HE would never be able to understand an informed consent form, would he?
    3. The Sussers previously claimed that their son has regained some sight and had other improvements following stem cell therapies.  CBS won’t allow that info to be posted.  What gives?


  1. Dr. Ecklund is running a scam.
    1. This is assumed by the whole tone of the piece.  Not a lot of data there, and what is presented is faulty or lies.  But, this is presented as if it were fact, and everything else is incidental.
    2. So, what is a scam?  And does this qualify?


  1. Dr. Ecklund is an evil pervert.


  1. This was brought to you by Lipitor
    1. Self explanatory
  1. There is a conspiracy.

I spoke  with Scott Pelley extensively about Big Pharma control of the US medical system, and Master Mason Scott Pelley has just ignored what I said.  I realize that readers most likely have an opinion already about this subject, and don’t want to read much about it here.  So, for a more in depth exploration, please see my essay here.  A few important points follow.

  • Witness Royal Rife, [Discovering a Cure for Cancer can be Dangerous to your Health] who discovered and proved a cure for cancer and all infectious diseases in the 1930s and was destroyed by the AMA
  •  Philip Semmelweis, who tried to save the lives of women by teaching doctors to wash their hands between dissecting cadavers and delivering babies, and was driven mad by his colleagues,
  • Stan Burzynski, who discovered cures for brain and other cancers, began FDA trials and was sued by the FDA three times, winning all of them, or
  • Max Gerson, driven out of the country by doctors because of his successful cancer cures, and many more.
  1. Training


I was accused of not receiving specialized training in stem cell therapy.  Well, guess what?  There isn’t any program in using neonatal stem cells therapeutically, except for cancer treatment!  I did graduate from medical school, take three years of residency and study stem cells for another three years.  But, of course, to CBS that doesn’t count.

So, how do doctors learn about stem cells?  They read lots of books and medical journals, and attend medical conferences, just like I did.  And just like Dr. Kurtzberg, 60 Minutes’ expert.

  1. Publication

Scott Pelley says that if I did not publish any studies on stem cells, that I am incapable of working with them.  Well, I would be that Scott Pelley’s physician has not done any publications on aspirin or antibiotics or blood pressure medicine, but that doesn’t mean that he is incapable of using them!

As a matter of fact, Dr. Kurtzberg, who CBS holds up as an expert in stem cells, has not published her work on cerebral palsy treatment with stem cells, either.  Click on the link!

Stem Cell Therapy for Cerebral Palsy – StemCellPatents.com

  1. Laboratory


No one has claimed that our laboratory is state of the art, except Scott Pelley.  I told him that it is not, it is a research lab.  You can view a video of our lab here.  We have had local hospital directors visit our lab, and they have told us that it is more modern than their hospital lab.  So, Scott Pelley decides that he needs to bring up the fact that it is round?  What is the point?

My partner in Ecuador was interviewed for several hours about our lab, ostensibly for a newspaper article.  None of that interview made it into the broadcast segment.  None of the videos of our lab, or photos.  Just mockery that, if the lab is in “a geodesic dome” (as Scott Pelley said, and which it is not.  It is a concrete dome) that it must be somehow sinister.  Beats me.

Our lab has been attacked twice during the last two years.  The first time with gunshots, and the second time with 40 national police in riot gear, with several lawyers.  They said that they had been told that we were killing babies, running drugs and weapons, and smuggling Peruvians.  Alas, no drugs, weapons or Peruvians were found.  No dead babies either, since we use only the discarded umbilical cords to make stem cells.

  1. Cells All Dead!?!

What happened to the cells?

There is nothing we can do at this point to prove that the cells were alive when they left our lab.  We have documentation which shows that we sent 13.5 million live umbilical cord blood stem cells.  (Claims that we sent 20 million cells are more lies from CBS.)  We can get the testimony of our technician, who thawed an aliquot (sample) of these cells and counted them.   We can show you the email to the technician who purchased them, showing the proper way to thaw them.  But we cannot say that the technician followed our procedure.  And if he did  not, if he, for example, used plasma instead of serum when thawing the cells, then it would have formed a clot, reduced the number of cells, and appeared like “biological debris”.

“The cells were all dead”

During the interview, Pelley stated that the cells were all dead.  That is what he said on the air.  But actually, he later corrected himself, and said that A LOT of the cells were dead.  Of course, that did not play on the air.  There is no way that I can force him to reveal the actual report, but he lied about this, and I suspect that he lied about other things.  Again, we don’t know how his hired guns handled the cells, nor what the actual report said.  He misquoted Dr. Kurtzberg about her work with stem cells and cerebral palsy, or she lied about it to him.  It is likely that there were other lies from that quarter.

  1. No Therapeutic Use for Stem Cells

“Pelley: Some of the diseases that we see stem cell cures offered for on the Internet include multiple sclerosis.”

“Kurtzberg: There are no stem cell cures yet for multiple sclerosis.”

Could it be, without putting words in her mouth, that Dr. Kurtzberg  really  means that there are no treatments recognized by the USA medical establishment?

Look at this comment on the 60 Minutes website:

by stemcelldavid1268 January 9, 2012 12:20 AM EST

Here we go again! 60 minutes does a story and doesn’t give you the truth. Only what they want you to hear. I HAD STEM CELL TREATMENT FOR MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS 2-1/2 YEARS AGO AND IT WORKED GREAT!!!!! I have been 100% and medication free!!! Dr. Kurtzberg at Duke University said and I quote “there is nothing you can do”. Dr. Kurtzberg is correct when she states that “there are no cures yet for MS”, but she shows total disregard and didn’t bother to mention how stem cells can greatly improve the condition and your way of life.

I personally spent over three years on my couch, on a daily basis, with no energy! Severe fatigue like you have never felt in your life, fighting MS and having to see my family watch me deteriorate. I’d like 60 minutes to do a story on me! Come to my house 60 Minutes AND Dr. Kurtzberg and tell me that the facility I went to was a fraud and that “there is nothing I can do”. Try and tell my family “there is nothing you can do”! Try and tell my friends “there is nothing you can do”! I’VE DONE IT, MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS CAN VOUCH FOR IT……….AND IT WORKS!

Stem cells WORK! Do your homework and find the right facility.

For evidence that stem cells can help brain dysfunction, please watch these videos:

Alzheimers: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxiI8PW77Q4

ALS: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpnAKWDZDdg

Unfortunately, the German government closed down this successful stem cell clinic.  Big Pharma wins another one.

  1.    Cerebral Palsy—Untreatable with Stem Cells?

Ok, what about Cerebral Palsy?  Another comment:

by LoveThatMax January 8, 2012 11:49 PM EST

As the parent of a child with cerebral palsy, this is so troubling. We were fortunate enough to have Dr. Kurtzberg do a stem cell infusion for our our son two summers ago; we’d banked his cord blood at birth. (Here’s where I wrote about it: http://www.lovethatmax.com/2009/08/max-gets-his-stem-cell-infusion.html ). Dr. K. told us from the start she couldn’t guarantee results. But my husband and I decided that if it couldn’t hurt Max and that it might help, we’d do it. Today, we don’t know for sure that the stem cell infusion is in any way responsible for the progress Max has made, but it doesn’t matter: We’re just grateful for the progress.

Now, let me get this straight—Dr. Kurtzberg says, according to 60 minutes, that you can’t treat CP with stem cells, and then we have 2 reports from people whose children are improved as a result of DR. KURTZBERG GIVING THEM STEM CELL TREATMENTS?  Are you KIDDING ME?  Where is the truth in this story????

Here is another unsolicited comment on the 60 minutes site:

by mackfruits January 8, 2012 11:07 PM EST

… my son is 5 years old and has spastic quadriplegia cerebral palsy. We took him to Germany for a stem cell treatment and he has had great results. We were never promised a cure for his cerebral palsy and we weren’t looking for a cure. He is walking on his own, he can sign over 30 different things and tries to use his words, he is no longer on reflux medication, and the list goes on. To most people this list does not sound like major life changing things, but to a special needs kid these are HUGE improvements. It would be nice to see an episode about how stem cells have helped. Our family, as well as several other families that we network with have had great results and we would all be glad to share our stories and show the good side of stem cells!!!

And look at these links.

Stem Cell Therapy for Cerebral Palsy – Holly Catalano – YouTube

Stem Cell Treatment – Cerebral Palsy (2) – YouTube

stem cell treatment cp – YouTube

Cerebral Palsy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-IJjoFf0BM&feature=relmfu

There are lots of reports of successful treatment of CP with stem cells!  Where was the work done?  Well, most of it is NOT IN THE UNITED STATES!  And there is a concerted effort to close down the hospitals and clinics which are offering stem cell treatments.  A prominent one was closed in Costa Rica, and another one in Germany was also closed.  But, Dr. Kurtzberg is treating patients in the US, and yet she denies it on national television!!!  What is wrong with this picture?  Where is the truth?

Dr. Joanne Kurtzberg lied on 60 Minutes!!!

You can listen (4:30 mark in the video) to her lies on 60 Minutes for yourself: http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=7394380n&tag=contentBody;storyMediaBox

Here is the Truth:

Dr Kurtzberg herself treated 150 babies/kids with Cerebral Palsy using Adult Stem Cells from cord blood and had great success! Look for yourself: http://recoveringmatthew.blogspot.com/2010/11/cord-blood-stem-cells-give-new-hope-to.html


Look at this website:

Stem Cell Therapy for Cerebral Palsy – StemCellPatents.com

28 Jul 2007 … Few people know that cerebral palsy was treated by Dr. Kurtzburg from Duke University

I am so sick of hearing about unpublished case studies…why is it that everyone has a story but none of this is ever published? This is not an “offshore” phenomena since even the “Great” Kurtzburg didn’t publish about that kid she treated. What a disgrace. If the kid really got better and wasnt a ploy for politicians…then why the hell has no one published it.

If indeed you have case reports from even 1 patient…even 1 patient.. not hundreds…but 1 that had objective CP and then got better why dont you publish it???

There are soooo many scientists who would love to work with you to do this….

Tania Watts

So, here is the EXPERT Dr. Kurtzberg who has clinical experience treating CP with stem cells, yet SHE DOES NOT PUBLISH HER OWN RESEARCH!  And why is that?  Could it be that she is afraid of 60 minutes ambushing her?

Here is a comment from a viewer:

by ThomasIchim January 8, 2012 9:19 PM EST

If cord blood stem cells have no scientific basis for use in cerebral palsy, then why is Joanne Kurtzberg (the Duke hematologist) running clinical trials in cerebral palsy patients with cord blood stem cells? What qualifies a hematologist to be doing cerebral palsy research anyways?

What was the rationale when Dr. Kurtzburg started treating patients BEFORE getting an IND (official FDA approval)? Arguably she was breaking the law just as bad as the conman we saw when she was treating patients before getting an IND.

The rationale was claims from offshore clinics of improvements in patients after taking cord blood!

If Dr. Kurtzberg believes stem cells are such a far away dream, she should not be treating little kids with cerebral palsy BUT FIRST DEMONSTRATE THE SCIENTIFIC MECHANISM in animal studies.

  1. Sussers say Adam is Much Better After Stem Cell Treatments

Susser’s History

I post this from the 60 minutes comments.

by intheknowstemcells January 9, 2012 12:32 PM EST

I’ve submitted a post that included 2 past new quotes form Dr. Kurtzberg about how patients are improving after her treatment at Duke, a local news video of the Susser’s claiming miraculous improvements after treatment abroad, including eyesight recovery that they verified at a local university and lastly, a link to congressional records of US Florida Rep Wexler, “Now, after receiving multiple stem cell treatments, Adam has miraculously recovered partial sight; he has overcome is atrophy, gaining the ability to move and walk; he communicates verbally, and even goes horseback riding.” – and apparently, this site keeps censoring them. What’s up 60 minutes?

So, I looked up newspaper articles to see what the family said.  It was surprising!

First of all, this guy Gary Susser is not some poor victim of a scam.  If anything, he is a perpetrator of an entrapment.  He is a lawyer, and has medically verified evidence that stem cell treatments in Mexico have been instrumental in helping his son:

Each day, the Boynton Beach consumer and elder rights attorney, and his wife, Judy, are trying to get closer to that dream….

Adam’s parents say he has shown great improvement since he received two umbilical cord stem cell treatments in February and November.

“After the second treatment, he started talking, making more sounds, being more verbal,” said Judy Susser, who said he also has more strength, mobility and flexibility.

A little less than three months after receiving his first stem cell treatment, doctors told the Sussers that Adam probably would never see. But about three weeks later, they watched as Adam followed a ball across the floor with his eyes that his twin brother, Brandon, had rolled to him.

Doctors confirmed that Adam could see.


“Child with Cerebral Palsy Who Could Not See or Speak Does Both Following Umbilical Cord Stem Cell Therapy” – is how the title of a press release article sounds today, February 10, 2005.

Adam was cortically blind and could not speak prior to receiving human umbilical cord stem cells. He now can both see and speak.

See 5 minute video here.


Since receiving the stem cell therapy, the Sussers said Adam has been able to do something a Miami doctor deemed impossible – see.

Three months and one week after Adam received his first shot, the Sussers said, they were sitting at home with the children when Brandon rolled a ball across the floor and Adam tracked it with his eyes.

“He’d never done that before,” said Gary Susser, his voice getting loud with enthusiasm.

His parents took him to a second eye specialist, this one outside Fort Lauderdale. She said Adam could see, though his vision was very poor, Susser said.

“He needs glasses. . . . But now he can see me come into the room. He can recognize me without my saying a word.

“Isn’t that worth the money?”


Whaaaat?  Does he, or doesn’t he, show improvement after his stem cell treatments?

Wait it gets even better! Here is US Congressional testimony from Florida Rep. Robert Wexler saying how impressed he was by the Susser family results with their child from adult stem cells that were done in another country: http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CREC-2006-02-01/pdf/CREC-2006-02-01-pt1-PgE53.pdf

Gary Susser either lied about it in 2005, or in 2012.  And how does this reflect on the veracity of 60 Minutes, for knowingly going along with his lies?  I thank intheknowstemcells for his post, because apparently 60 Minutes doesn’t want us to know!

  1. Was this  a scam?

According to the Free Online Dictionary, a scam is “A fraudulent business scheme; a swindle.”  So, there must be intent in order for there to be a scam.  Without fraudulent intent, it would be a mistake.

We are accused of

1) fraudulently  trying to convince someone to buy something which we said was stem cells,

2) but which was not, and

3) which we said had a good chance of helping someone, but

4) could not possibly help.

Is that accurate?

Well, we have looked at part 4 of these allegations, and we have seen that there is a fair amount of evidence that stem cells CAN help a patient with Cerebral Palsy, as witnessed by the commentators who testify of their own experience, and also youTube videos which give evidence, and also Dr. Kurtzberg’s own actions in treating CP kids with stem cells!

Part 3 alleges that I made claims that stem cells could help someone with a brain injury, which I admit saying, and have evidence that this statement is true.

Part 1 indicates that we (or I) acted fraudulently, that is, with malice aforethought, trying to trick someone to buy stem cells.  Wait a minute!  This guy Gary Susser has taken his son to buy stem cells in Mexico on three separate occasions!  He is a lawyer, and knows perfectly well, after doing much studying and writing many articles on the internet and newspapers, the possibilities of stem cells working for his son.  In fact, he is quoted in several newspaper articles, ON HIS OWN WEBSITE, to say that STEM CELLS HELPED HIS SON.

Could we have been “enticing” this guy to buy stem cells?  Not hardly!  And what did Scott Pelley say?  He said that 60 Minutes “asked [Gary Susser] to contact StemTech Labs.”  Does that sound like we were pulling the wool over his eyes?  And when we gave him a full disclosure of risks and benefits, something that he, as a Lawyer was very familiar with, were we trying to deceive him?

Let’s review what actually happened.  Susser calls us up and asks if stem cells could be helpful for his son.  In our experience, and the experience of others in this field, the answer was YES.  And, since he had already had improvement with the Mexican cells, it was likely that he would have more success.

What moral person, who had a treatment which had been shown in the past to be effective in the treatment of a condition, OR FOR THE TREATMENT OF A SPECIFIC PERSON, SUCH AS SUSSER’S SON, WOULD DENY HIM THAT TREATMENT?  What moral person would not do all that he could to provide a service which had caused this young boy to be able to see,  as Gary Susser had testified on at least three TV stations, at least three newspapers, AND IN TESTIMONY TO CONGRESS?

He asked for a recommendation as to number of cells and treatments.  My partner and I discussed giving him treatments for free, but we were not financially able to do that, so I suggested one treatment, at our cost of $2500, to insure that the cells would be effective, before we tried any more.  SUSSER REQUESTED MORE TREATMENTS!  Why?  Obviously, he was not interested in successfully treating his son!  He just wanted the sting to be more blatant!

We offered to make arrangements for the Sussers to come to Ecuador and be treated by a licensed physician.  HE REFUSED.  THIS LAWYER REFUSED LAWFUL TREATMENT!  He tried to get us to refer him to one of our physicians in the US, but something did not feel right, so I did not want to endanger them.  After 2 months of study, I decided that I was willing to engage in a private contract with this lawyer to provide the cells for his son.  IF THERE WAS A CRIME COMMITTED, IT WAS WITH THE FULL COOPERATION AND ENTRAPMENT OF THIS “OFFICER OF THE COURT”.

Furthermore,  if we were just about getting money, we would charge 10 times as much as we do.  That is what they do in other off-shore stem cell clinics!  $25,000 for a treatment, whereas we only charged $2500 per treatment.  Could it be that this is what is making the Dr. Kurtzbergs of the world nervous?

In the past, if there were cases in which our customers were not satisfied with the quality of their stem cell treatment, we have always given a free treatment.   Does that indicate that we are acting fraudulently?  Does it indicate that our intention is to deceive and not provide value for payment?  No.  There is no evidence that this was our intent.   There is only supposition of evil intent by 60 Minutes, and no evidence of it.

Which leaves Part 2.  It was our firm understanding that we were delivering viable stem cells.  Again, our policy of providing repeat treatments if the cells did not perform as expected was very much in force.  I cannot say how these cells were damaged.  I strongly suspect that the team at Duke University, who have been shown to be less than truthful, damaged them.  I do know that we tested them before shipment, and they were viable.  I cannot say how they handled them.  And I strongly suspect, though I cannot prove it, that the 60 Minutes/Lipitor/Duke team were negligent in handling the cells.

So, ultimately, this whole entrapment episode comes down to were the cells viable, were they really stem cells, and were we, StemTech Labs, intending to provide non-viable cells.  None of the rest of this matters, if the cells were viable.  We have shown that all of the other allegations were either untrue, or irrelevant, or both.

  1. XI.                Personal Attacks:

As for the garbage flung from Alabama, I had a stem cell lab there, and was put in jail three times.  The police charged me with having a drug lab, because I had white powder in the lab!  As I told 60 minutes, (but they did not include) have you ever seen a laboratory without white powder?  Have you ever seen a KITCHEN without white powder?  I was charged with drug charges worth 120 years, left in jail for 90 days, and then all charges were dropped, because there was neither evidence nor a crime which had been committed.

Have you noticed that lately, when the PowersThat Were desire to destroy someone’s credibility, that there are a few common labels that they apply?  One of them is “Rapist” (Julian Assange, IMF president Dominique Strauss-Kahn). The worst one is Pedophile.  These are generally applied without any evidence, or with evidence which falls apart on close inspection.

The statements on 60 minutes from the Alabama Medical Board are false.  All of the sexual allegations from the Alabama Medical Board came from their hired gun psychiatrist.  The medical board requires that physicians they are persecuting receive a psychiatric examination.  And this examination cannot be from anyone except the Medical Board’s own hired-gun shrink.  They even have to go out of the state of Alabama to find one that they can control!  One who is guaranteed to give the damning report that the Board is looking for.  Their hired-gun psychiatrist is forbidden by the US District Courts from giving testimony in Federal Court!  Why?  Do you think it is because he is known for telling the truth?  Or because his expert credentials are bona fide?  You figure it out.

Other charges have been made up, and all have been dropped.  I have never been convicted of any crimes.   I have pled guilty to a speeding  ticket.  There is a lot of innuendo, designed to destroy me.  Let me ask, why is it that there is such a great attempt to smear my name?  If there were real evidence, real crimes, would they not have brought me to trial?

  1. XII.              Lipitor

A comment from the Internet:

“Turns out that the entire segment was brought to us courtesy of Lipitor. A little internet research shows that Duke University gets billions in donations from the US Pharmaceutical industry. Reading the 60 Minutes web site this morning, I was amazed by the number of people commenting on the segment and extolling the effectiveness of Stem Cell research for a myriad of conditions, including Cerebral Palsy. “


Something fishy going on here?

IF you have read this far, you have found some odd things going on:

  1. Dr. Kurtzberg, 60 Minutes’ stem cell expert who says that there is no stem cell treatment for Cerebral Palsy, turns out to be doing research on exactly that, with apparently some success.   And she has a 10 million dollar center to do this work!  Yet, she lies about it, and, she will not publish that research.  Hmm, why is that?
  2. The same Dr. Kurtzberg supposedly said that all of the stem cells were tested were dead.  But later on, Scott Pelley admitted that they were not all dead.  Which is it?
  3. Something happened to the stem cells between the time that an aliquot (sample) was thawed and counted in Ecuador, and the time that Dr. Kurtzberg’s technician thawed them.
  4. Many readers have voluntarily testified that they have had stem cell treatments with great success.  Yet, 60 minutes and Dr. Kurtzberg claim that this is impossible.
  5. Gary Susser claims that his son had great improvement from stem cell therapies in Mexico.  Now he says there was no improvement!  Which is it?  And why did he lie?
  6. Scott Pelley brushes off the possibility that Big Pharma could have any ulterior motives towards stem cell therapies.  But this whole entrapment scheme is paid for by Lipitor!  Which happens to be a major funder of Duke University medical research.
  7. Dr. Ecklund is supposedly a drug dealing pervert, yet there is no evidence of that except the statement from a state mandated psychiatrist who is forbidden from testifying in Federal Court!

Does it seem that there could be something shady going on here?


  1. Lie: There is no treatment for Cerebral Palsy or other neurological disorders with stem cells.
    1. The comments from the readers, and video evidence from outside of the US shows that there is evidence for successful treatment of Cerebral Palsy, ALS, MS, Alzheimers, strikes, traumatic brain injuries, Parkinson’s Disease, and other disorders.
  2. Lie: Dr. Kurtzberg believes that there is no use for stem cells in the treatment of Cerebral Palsy.
    1. Dr. Kurtzberg has treated over 150 CP patients with stem cells, many of them successfully.  She runs a $10 million research and treatment center involved in this treatment.  https://www.dtmi.duke.edu/news-publications/news/dtmi-news-archives/kurtzberg-and-team-move-forward-with-cerebral-palsy-cord-blood-study
  3. Lie: The Susser family were scammed by stem cell treatments that didn’t work
    1. Evidence on their website, in three or more newspapers, on television news programs, and in the US House of Representatives testifies that Adam Susser had significant improvement following stem cell treatments.
  4. Lie: The Sussers were “enticed” to purchase a treatment which was ineffective
    1. The Sussers already had had experience with stem cells, so they knew whether or not they would be helpful for their son.
    2. The Sussers had full disclosure about possible risks and benefits for the stem cells.
    3. The Sussers begged for Dr. Ecklund to provide treatment, since it had worked in the past, and Dr. Ecklund, seeking the highest good for the patient, went out of his way to provide the treatment that had been successful in the past.
    4. The Sussers directed every aspect of this transaction.  They were not “enticed”.
    5. The Sussers lied about every aspect of this story, with the exception of their son’s iinitial injury.
  5. Lie: The stem cells purchased by Duke University were “all dead”
    1. David Pelley admitted that they weren’t all dead.  But he broadcast that they were.
    2. The cells were alive when they left our lab.
    3. Given the proven lies from 60 Minutes and Dr. Kurtzberg, it is very likely that the cells were damaged by negligence or intent after shipment.
  6. Lie: Dr. Ecklund was involved in a scam operation.
    1. Actually, Dr. Ecklund was the victim of entrapment by a pack of liars.
    2. Any possible illegality was performed by an Officer of the Court, and his backers.


Is it just coincidence that Master Mason Scott Pelley and CBS come out with this piece within days of the following?

  1. Stem cell therapists indicted in US
  2. FDA issues warning about stem cell therapies
  3. China has ordered a halt to all unapproved stem cell treatments and clinical trials,

What is it about stem cells that is so frightening to the Powers That Were?

And what should we do about it?

Dan Ecklund, MD

Odessa, Ukraine

10 January 2012

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This section shall not be used for discussions of the legal system in general, and how to reform it, but solely for information concerning my own legal situation and history.  For general discussions of the law and its application, I plan to introduce a section on The Law.


The Gnostic mystic Samael Aun Weor says, in his book The Three Mountains, that the sign of the first spiritual initiation is being jailed for something that you did not do.  If that is true, then perhaps I passed that initiation in 2005.

I have been accused of many things.  But I have never been found guilty of any crime, other than when I pled guilty to traffic tickets.  At the current time, there is a warrant for my arrest for serial murder, for killing people by removing their organs and transplanting them into other people.  Sounds horrific, doesn’t it?  There has even been a 60 Minutes investigation about me, supposedly showing that I am committing fraud.  So, do we believe the accusations, or do we look at the facts?

One of the tools that the Powers That Be frequently use to neutralize their opponents is the public false accusation.  Because of the power of the media, which they control, there is no need to follow up with a trial; the accusation itself results in the trial in public opinion, and the neutralization of their opponent.  Witness, for example, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who is in legal limbo in the Ecuadorian embassy in London.  Assange is fighting extradition to Sweden by England, with strong pressure from the USA.  His alleged crime in Sweden?  Rape of 2 women, both of whom have publicly stated that sex with him was consensual.

And then, there is Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former chief of their International Monetary Fund.  In 2011, he was accused of sexually attacking a chambermaid in a New York hotel.  His passport was confiscated, so that he could not leave the US, an investigation was begun, in which the maid was found to have told her boyfriend that they were going to become rich.  Within a period of about a month, all charges were dismissed, but he was replaced as the IMF head, and permanently labeled as a sex criminal. (Incidentally, under the new IMF head, IMF technocrats soon replaced the elected presidents of two nations, Italy and Greece.)  No trial, no proof were needed. In the court of public opinion, controlled by the media of the PTB, Dominique Strauss-Kahn has been found guilty, sentenced, and sentence administered.  Without benefit of the nuisance of an actual legal trial that just might reveal the truth, and with no possible means of defending himself, he has been permanently removed from any effective role in society for the rest of his life.

A detailed example of how the Illuminati, American medical establishment, and the CIA infiltrated, took over, and destroyed the effectiveness and the mission of the Church of Scientology, which they control to this day, is found in this long interview.

[Leaders were discussing] these outrageous things that were happening to water down and misuse techniques; and not using the organization’s system to deal with disagreements or discover who did what, not using it correctly, misusing it in kangaroo courts of judgment in which people were “declared evil” in the Scientology terminology, an ostracism.

But if you fought it, they would plant drugs on you or call your friends, family, employers and harass you. This misuse of justice had been creeping in for some years, but at the Mission Holder meeting at Flag, the system completely collapsed.

They isolated the highest producers and most respected leaders in the organization and labeled them as having had criminal behavior. They had to pay penance either in hard work or labor for doing all these “evil” things. ….

I believe Ron Hubbard had the most dangerous information of anybody in this century, and for a time was a major target and enemy of the Illuminati. More resources were put into taking him down and his knowledge out of the public domain and using it for their destructive purposes than any other fight that they had at that time

That is the way that those who control the system work.  And those of us who oppose the system need to be aware of that.  This can, and will, happen to you or someone you know.  In my own case, I have many times been relieved of participation in important projects, dismissed from jobs, stripped of state licensure, banished from relationships and society, based not on the result of the findings of any constitutional court in the world, but solely on the basis of well-contrived accusations.  No trial, no proof were needed.   No victim, no accuser, no crime.   No possible means of defense, and I was effectively and permanently removed from being an effective participant in benefiting the world.

The Drug Dealer

In 2004, I was medical director of three different alternative healing centers in a southern state.   Patients in these clinics received acupuncture and chiropractic care from licensed practitioners, and I provided medical evaluations and medical care, including authorized medical procedures.  These procedures (mostly EDTA chelation therapy and intravenous nutritional therapies) took place under my license by trained Intravenous Therapy Technicians, who were trained nurses, EMTs, or chiropractors who had been extensively trained before I met them.

Although this was all perfectly legal, it was considered (by the state licensing boards) professionally inappropriate for a medical doctor to work with a chiropractor.  An investigator from the state chiropractic board showed up at my office and asked me to help him to censure one of my chiropractic partners, who was considered to be stepping outside of the limits of his practice by working with me.  I was told that I needed to protect the privileges of my medical license by not allowing other professionals to work with me.  When I laughed at this investigator and showed him the door, the rebound was that I was attacked directly by the system.

In one of the clinics, I was offering pro bono care to a woman who was addicted to prescription drugs.  My acupuncturist, who had run a drug detoxification clinic in another state, was providing the addiction therapy, and I provided tapering doses of the medications that she was addicted to.  She was making progress under this plan, and we coordinated with her family and friends to support her healing.  When my partner the acupuncturist, in apparent excellent health in his early 50s, did not come to work one day, we found him dead in his apartment.  No cause of death was ever found.  Since then, it has occurred to me that this death may have not been due to natural causes.

Without the support of the acupuncture for her addiction, our patient lost control of her medications.  I was forced to either discharge her from my care, or to dole out her medications in small quantities, to get her through a few days or a week at a time.  Apparently this change in her prescription pattern, from one weekly prescription to several small prescriptions in a week, set off some alarm bells at the pharmacy control board.

In this time of relapse, this patient also lost her home.  Being chivalrous, but not well trained in addictions management, I foolishly offered to let her stay in a spare room in my apartment for a short time.  During that time, she found a blank prescription pad in my home and forged a prescription.  This was recognized at the local Wal-Mart pharmacy, narcotics police were called, and she was apprehended.

The police told her that they did not want to arrest her, but they wanted to use her to set me up.  After they had accumulated a record of 12 small prescriptions being filled for this patient over a few months, they arrested me at one of the clinics, and sent me to jail.  During in-processing, I saw an investigator from the medical licensing board in the room with the narcotics police.  There is no question that this was a coordinated attack by the state licensure system to control a physician who tried to work “outside the box”, by running an integrated healing center.

The charges against me were 12 counts of “unauthorized distribution of a controlled substance”.   I was released on bail, and hired a lawyer to defend me.  He accepted several thousand dollars, but didn’t do anything.  Several months later, my bail was revoked, and I was sent to county jail to await trial.

At this point, I asked my new state appointed defense attorney how I could be charged with “unauthorized distribution of a controlled substance” when I held two narcotics license, one state, one federal?    After some consideration, he filed a motion to dismiss the charges based on that question.  The motion sat on the judge’s desk for months, as she had been elected on a “Get Tough on Drugs” campaign, and apparently did not want to look lenient.

Judges are required to act on a motion within 90 days, so at about day 85, this judge passed my case to another judge, who quickly dismissed all the charges and released me from jail.  89 days in jail, all charges dismissed.

Sexual Deviate

I was out of jail, but the system was not done with me.  My medical license was suspended, and the medical board required me to receive an evaluation by a psychiatrist.  I was informed that this was a routine matter, that they did that to all physicians who they were investigating.  And by the way, I could not go to a psychiatrist of my own choosing, I had to go to one which they had selected.  He wasn’t even in the same state!  And he had a business relationship with one of the medical board members, a definite conflict of interest!  This business was that the medical board referred doctors to him, and he had the exclusive right to evaluate and treat them until the medical board decided that they had had enough.  He thus had a monopoly, total control, on the life of any doctor the medical board wanted to control.

This psychiatrist’s name is Gene Abel.  Dr. Abel has some rather unusual beliefs.  The first one is that one out of 20 men are pedophiles.  Five percent!   And to come up with that number, he believes that he has created his own test for sexual aberration.  He gives the examinee a computer mouse, and flashes photographs of people on the screen.  He determines somehow from this whether or not you are a pedophile.  There are no wires to test the evaluee, no galvanic skin response sensors or brain wave or heart beat monitor or penile tumescence probes.  Just a computer mouse.  And one out of twenty people apparently fail his test!

Furthermore, Abel’s own evaluations show that among confessed pedophiles evaluated with this test, 24% evaluated as normal.  So, we have here a test which (in my opinion) vastly overestimates the number of pedophiles in the US at 5%, yet misses 24% of those who are admitted pedophiles!  Of what use would such a test be?  Dr. Abel’s test was excluded from evidence in US District Courts based on the Daubert Principle, which says that an expert witness must meet 4 criteria, which he did not meet.  (Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc., 509 US 579, 113 SCt 2786, 125 LEd 2d 469 (1993). United States v. White Horse, 2001 DSD 38, Gerard Ready v. Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Suffolk County Superior Court, Civil Action no. 00-10390 SDP (May 17, 2002) – Ruling on the Commonwealths Motion to Exclude the Abel Assessment for Sexual Interest.)

Another of his beliefs is that the sexual deviance which he diagnoses with his flashing photos can be treated with the discredited sexual aversion therapy.  This therapy, in which, for example, a photo of a naked man is shown to a homosexual while giving the patient either an electrical shock or a medication to make him vomit, was shown decades prior to be not only ineffective, but to be severely damaging to the psyche, resulting in many suicides.  (Council on Scientific Affairs of the American Medical Association, “Aversion therapy,” Journal of the American Medical Association, vol. 258, no. 18 (November 13), 1987, pp. 2562-2565.) Yet, this system of testing and treatment is the only one acceptable to the state medical board, which chooses to farm its doctors out to another state, because no one in their own state would consider providing such a program!

Not surprisingly, Dr. Abel’s perversion test is not accepted in the psychiatric community, nor in the courts.  In fact, Dr. Abel is specifically prohibited from testifying in US District courts!   Yet, he is THE ONLY psychiatrist allowed to evaluate doctors in the state in which I was practicing!  Does this make any sense to you?  Not unless you consider the possibility that the examinations of this doctor are a total sham, and function only to provide a means to control or punish doctors who step out of the Big Pharma, Big Legal box.  Like me.

So, I underwent two separate hearings before the medical boards.  I had a lawyer present for the first one.  He joked around with the medical board lawyers, with whom he obviously already had a relationship, but he didn’t do anything else.  At my second hearing, he didn’t even bother to show up!  And it was at the second hearing that I was presented with the report of Dr. Abel, who declared that I am a sexual deviate, and unfit for the practice of medicine.  Not only did I fail his spurious test, he also claimed that I admitted to molesting a young girl.  I admit that this struck me totally speechless!  I had no idea that this was coming, and in any case, there was nothing I could do or say to rebut that!  Contrary to the rules of the hearing, I was allowed no opportunity to cross examine any witness.  When I pointed out that there was no evidence against me, only hearsay such as this report, which is not admissible in court,  and specifically against the rules of evidence for this proceeding, the lawyer conducting the proceedings told me “Oh, we use hearsay all the time”.  I was permanently stripped of my medical license in that state, and before long, that action was echoed in all of the other states in which I was licensed.

And by the way, that business relationship between Dr. Abel and the member of the state medical board: It is about the “Impaired physicians program”, where an attempt Is made to use Dr. Abel’s aversive therapies to rehabilitate “impaired physicians” (as defined by Dr. Abel, and by no one else).  The ironic thing is that I was not even offered a chance to become one of the guinea pigs in that program!  If I was truly this “impaired physician”, why would they not have offered to admit me into their program?  As I see it, they wanted no chance that I might somehow complete the torture program and regain my license!

The rules of the medical board specifically state that the findings of the board are sensitive confidential information, and by state law are to be kept confidential and not to be disclosed to anyone.  But are we surprised to discover that the medical board prominently broadcast the sexual allegations on several television stations, and to this day posts the findings on their website?  All of these actions were illegal, but entirely consistent with the theory that this entire action had nothing to do with my fitness for the practice of medicine, but was only contrived to destroy me professionally, and to serve as an example to anyone else who might dare step out of the medical box.


There is as yet no legal action against me in this case, at least none that I know of, but I include it here because 15 million people probably saw the allegations, and that much notoriety deserves to be addressed.  The reader will please understand that in light of other legal action currently underway, I may have to be less transparent than I would otherwise prefer to be.

Since the practice of medicine in the United States was no longer open to me, I did some private research on the production of stem cells from discarded medical waste, in the form of umbilical cords and placental tissue discarded after childbirth.  Umbilical cord blood stem cells were beginning to be used in the United States as a substitute for bone marrow transplant in cases of leukemia or other cancers.  In other countries, the same stem cells had been used to treat a wide variety of disorders, often with significant success, but their use has been problematic in the United States.   I was offered a job creating a stem cell laboratory in South America, so I went there and set up the lab, studying protocols for the safe and efficient production of stem cells from afterbirth tissues.

Meanwhile, in the United States, the wife of a lawyer in a southern state gave birth to twins.  One of them was normal and healthy, but the other one had significant brain damage, apparently from birth-related hypoxia (lack of oxygen).  The medical personnel involved in the case circled the wagons against the angry and litigious lawyer, as did a medical review board, which found no evidence of malpractice on which to base a successful legal action.

But the child was significantly damaged.  He had cerebral palsy with limited motor movement, significantly decreased mental abilities, and he was cortically blind.  That means that he was blind, not due to any defect in his eyes, but due to brain damage.

The distraught and angry family searched for something that could help their son.  They found that there were clinics in Mexico which treated anoxic brain injuries with injections of umbilical cord stem cells and umbilical cord blood stem cells, and they took their son to Mexico to see if such therapy might help him.  In all, they took him to Mexico for three different treatments.

A month or so after one of the treatments, the boy surprised the family by following a ball with his eyes.  This was the first evidence that he had ever given of being able to see.  The family took him to see an eye specialist, who said that the boy could see, but not well, but he would probably need glasses.

The overjoyed father began spreading the news about the success that their son had had from stem cells.  He was on at least 4 television stations and 4 newspapers telling his story, and even made a trip to Washington to testify before Congress about his experience with his son regaining sight through stem cells.

Sometime later, I was contacted by this lawyer.  The lawyer said that the stem cells had worked for his son in the past, that they were the same kind of stem cells that I was researching in my lab, and that he wanted his son to have more stem cell treatments.  He said that it was very difficult for him to travel to either Mexico or South America, so he wanted to have the contact information for a doctor in the United States who was treating people with stem cells.

As it turns out, 60 Minutes admits that the lawyer contacted us BECAUSE CBS ASKED THEM TO!  Why?  To create another piece of AMBUSH JOURNALISM, for which 60 Minutes is so famous.  Entertainment, to dumb down the masses, paid for by Lipitor (Pfizer).  Not because we somehow were pulling the wool over the eyes of the lawyer and his family.  Only because 60 Minutes wanted to pillory someone for their show.

My lab had received many suspicious phone calls in the past several years, and it appeared to us that some governmental agency was gathering information about our lab.  The conversations were very stilted, sometimes bizarre, and the agents contacting us did not act like real patients with real problems.  We even had one agent who failed to disconnect the call from his new cell phone, and left the call active for almost an hour while he bragged to his co-workers how good he was at fooling us.  So, we were a bit suspicious of many of our phone calls for information, and were always hesitant to jeopardize those brave physicians who were willing to leave the drug-oriented, Big Pharma controlled medical system for a natural therapy using nutrition, herbs, and possibly stem cells.

So, we refused to refer this lawyer to any physicians, but did send his information to some of our physicians to see if they wanted to contact the patient’s family.  None of them did.  I suspect that if they knew he was a lawyer, they would have been even less likely to do so!

After weeks of pleading from this father, I presented the theoretical possibility that someone who was not licensed in the United States might, under private contract, and operating without the statutes of a state, provide the stem cells to his son.  The lawyer apparently understood the legal strategy, and said that he was quite willing to operate under a non-licensed private contract.  We then began to discuss how many stem cells would be ideal in this situation.  I suggested that a small amount of stem cells might be used to see if it would be effective, and that we would charge only a minimal amount for the stem cells ($2500, which was our cost).  The father said that cost was not a concern, and that we should provide as many stem cells as would be optimum to give the best chance of improvement.  We eventually decided on an amount which was four times my initial suggestion, at our full price, or $20,000.  (Of course price was not an issue for him, since the guy was not planning to pay us anything.  But the more that they could say we charged for the stem cells, the worse it would appear to the sheeple who watch the show.)  I made a contract for him to sign, which included risks and possible benefits, and offered to review all of the provisions.  In the meantime, with an FDA registration to import stem cells into the United States, I procured some stem cells, and took the frozen live cells into his state, and arranged an appointment to go over all of the final details with him.  I got a signed copy of the contract from him, and arranged to meet him at his exclusive club for brunch.

I was ushered into a large suite in the penthouse of a hotel tower, told that we had missed brunch, but offered a spread of fruits and juices.  He then said that he was going to get his wife.  As I refreshed myself, around a partition came not his wife, but Scott Pelley, the CBS news anchor and host of 60 Minutes.  He expected me to run, and I saw that they had cameras now at the elevators outside the door to record my retreat.  But I chose to stay and try to use the opportunity to enlighten people about the promise of stem cells for medical treatments.

Our interview lasted about 35 minutes, of which about 4 were actually used on television.  As expected, most of what I said, of course, was simply omitted from the broadcast segment, and the rest of my words were twisted, taken out of context, and generally distorted.  You can see a response to the broadcast segment HERE.  Some important points follow:

  • The investigation, its subsequent broadcast, and webpage, were paid for by a large drug company, Pfizer, which I am told is owned mostly by the Bush family.
  • There was never any intent in finding out the truth about stem cell therapy.  The purpose of the program was to defame me, and poke fun at anyone who thinks that stem cell therapy is available now. 
  • The broadcast segment claims that I knew that my stem cells are worthless, and medically ineffective, and that my only intent was to defraud the lawyer and his family.
  • The broadcast segment totally ignores the history that the boy had received successful treatment with stem cells in the past.
  • CBS had arranged to purchase some stem cells from us several months prior.  These stem cells were sent to a doctor at Duke University who is sponsored by Pfizer, and has a stem cell transplantation program at Duke.  The Pelley said on the broadcast segment that the stem cells were all dead, “biological waste”, but this contradicts what he told me on camera at the time, which was that there were 100,000 live cells when they were received at Duke.  This is contradicted by our own testing of the cells prior to shipment, which showed that there were 500,000 live cells in the shipment.
  • The Duke University doctor is shown on the broadcast segment saying that there is no medical use for stem cells in the treatment of cerebral palsy or anoxic brain injury. 
    • Yet that same physician had, by the time of the broadcast, herself treated MORE THAN 150 CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY using umbilical cord blood derived stem cells, and many of those cases resulted in significant improvements.
  •  It would appear to me that this Pfizer-paid doctor who lied about the use and effectiveness of stem cell therapy for cerebral palsy was likely to also lie about the amount of stem cells received from us, and also their quality.  Since she only works with cord blood derived stem cells, and she ordered from us umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells, she likely has no ability to judge the status of these cells.
  • Within a short time of the 60 Minutes broadcast, legal attacks against stem cell clinics had been launched in several countries, including China, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, and Ecuador.  This suggests to me that this whole investigation was part of an organized attempt to defame and discredit stem cells and the doctors who prescribe them.

As I excused myself from the interview and left the penthouse suite, there was a cameraman right outside the door, who filmed me from as close as six inches from my face as I waited at the elevator bank.  Obviously, he was violating my personal space in an attempt to trigger a response from me which he could then flaunt before the millions of salivating viewers.  I was tracked through the building by three separate camera crews which made sure to show that I was leaving the ambush site.  Even the very act of leaving seems to have a negative connotation, at least if the editors spin it to the maximum effect!

I highly recommend that you read my full response to this 60 Minutes segment.

Serial Killer!

Shortly after the broadcast of the 60 Minutes segment in the USA, a series of defamatory newspaper articles and television stories began airing in South America.  Most of these articles used the CBS program as a basis for their stories, but these stories distorted things even more than did the CBS story.   My business partner in the stem cell lab had entertained a journalist a few months prior, who interviewed him about stem cells for 35 minutes.  He had been hired by 60 Minutes, via a local newspaper, to find incriminating evidence about us.  He did not find anything incriminating, so they did not use any of his material on the 60 minutes show, except for a still photograph of our house!

Several months after this hubbub had died down, on 6 April 2011, our home was raided by more than 40 police, many in full combat gear, and lawyers.  They occupied our home for almost a month before they let us come back home.  Our business has been shut down since then.  They had come because of anonymous tips which said that we were killing babies, smuggling guns and drugs, and Peruvians.  Needless to say, no guns, drugs, dead babies or Peruvians were found.  An investigation was held by the District Attorney’s office with the approval of a Judge, and all of the strange allegations were cleared.  Later on, the case was ordered closed by the judge. The room in our home, with tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of supplies and equipment, was sealed, so we were not able to conduct any alleged business or research.

Over a year later our home was raided again, this time with 5 SWAT police, several plain clothes police, about 5 lawyers and some “experts”.   Charges this time were murder of multiple babies, as well as murder of other people in removing their organs and transplanting them.  Of course, this was totally against the constitution of the country, which prohibits being tried twice on the same charges.  In fact, in the course of this investigation, the police and DA have violated every single right guaranteed by the constitution of this nation, save one, the right to maintain silence.

Once again, there was no evidence to support any of the charges, but most of our alleged laboratory equipment was confiscated, valuable personal items (gold and silver coins and other things) were stolen, the seal was replaced on the door, and my friend was required to report to court for arraignment on those charges again.  The district attorney wanted to put him in prison pending the investigation being completed, but fortunately the judge ruled that this was not necessary.  They just took his passport, and required him to check in at the office of the DA every 15 days.  By law, the DA only had 90 days to complete his investigation. That was about 6 months ago, 6 months during which my partner would have been rotting in jail while this DA tries desperately to find something which does not exist.

After about 4 months, the DA realized that he is going to have to wrap up his investigation, as he had already far exceeded the time legally allotted to him.  He has over 1300 pages of “evidence”, none of which gives any indication that we have killed any babies, done any transplantation or removal of “organs”, broken any laws, or that there is even any biological materials at all in our alleged laboratory.  So, he decides that he will add my name to the investigation.  I found out about it beforehand, and left the country, hiding out in another country. That was 3 months ago.  There is a warrant for my arrest on the same charges.  No evidence to support any of the charges, but still, there is a warrant, and they want to put me in jail indefinitely, just as they wanted to put my friend in jail.

Each time a new defendant is added to our case, the prosecution gains another 30 days for their investigation.  One of the many local doctors who collected discarded afterbirth tissues has been indicted, and there is a long list of our business contacts to drag this out indefinitely.   Did he do anything illegal?  No, and there is no evidence that he did.  Did he do anything immoral?  What, pass on garbage to have it recycled?  In what way would that be deemed immoral?

Did we break any laws?  There were no laws regarding stem cells, or transplantation of stem cells, at the time that our alleged laboratory was allegedly operating.  Today, there is a law about organ transplantation, but it was not in effect at the time that our alleged laboratory was allegedly operating.  In any case, this new law specifically exempts blood or blood products, and its definition of “organ” does not include toenails or hair or any body part which grows back.  Like, for example, placentas and umbilical cords.  And the sources of the stem cells which we were interested in were, blood (which is specifically exempted), and umbilical cords, which not only are medical waste, but they are exempted as something which can regrow.

This persecution has already been going on for almost two years.  They have no evidence of any crime, and no legal basis for their actions, but every month, they add another party to my “crime”, and obtain another 30 days.  Thus, the case continues indefinitely, and I cannot go home.   And now, they have permanently damaged my international police record by listing this information with INTERPOL.

At a recent presidential debate, 4 of the candidates complained about the practice of the government, whenever it is involved in a case, of ignoring the rights of the defendants. So, this is common practice from the entire judicial system.

We heard from an inside source that someone at the federal level of the government is repeatedly pushing this DA to put us away.  Why?  We don’t know.  We could assume that it is the Big Pharma wanting to keep us down.  We could assume that the PTB are worried about letting us be effective.  But that would just be guessing.

We did hear a story that there apparently have been cases of murders involving theft of human organs, that a truck full of organs and dismembered human bodies was found headed toward the border, so there is a huge secret attempt by the government to find those responsible.  But is that real?  Does that make sense?  The maximum time that human organs can be used is about 24 hours—if there is a truck full of them, that suggests that there will be a huge surgical team on the other side of the border ready to receive these organs and transplant them into all of the people who are waiting for them, and that just doesn’t make sense to me.  This would require a whole medical industry, with hospitals, and twenty or more teams of surgeons, anesthetists, operating rooms, nurses, etc., all on standby for the truck full of organs to arrive!   And, of course, all the recipients would have to be on site, waiting, as well.

Could the organs be useful for something else?  Cannibalism?  Shrunken heads?  Who knows?

Another possibility is that the DA, who is a known Illuminati connection, might be aware that there have been ritualistic murders in the area.  If he is aware of these murders, but his memories about his own participation in them has been distorted, he may actually be thinking that he is doing something good by trying to shut down the murderers.  Unfortunately, he has decided, against all evidence to the contrary, that we are those murderers.

Another theory is that there is a kidnapping ring which is wants to kidnap us and get our family members to pay a ransom.  It is not at all clear to me how this would fit into this investigation, but we do have evidence that such a ring exists, that such kidnapping rings exist in many Latin American countries, that this one involves many of the individuals and governmental agencies who are involved with our persecution, and that there are several Illuminati connections involved with this ring.

When my friend asked for advice from the US Consular officer, the consular officer laughed.  He said that he has been posted in several consulates in several countries, and for some reason, Americans keep being accused of stealing organs, even though there is never any evidence of such a crime.

So, how can you help?  We would be grateful for information about what is really going on here.   We may choose in the near future to kick off an international protest against this persecution, and we may ask for your participation at that time.  Our lawyers are very patient in waiting for payment, but we would like to give them at least a little money for legal fees.  We also currently have no way to make a living, so contributions to our sustenance would be greatly appreciated.

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