Tuesday, September 21, 2010

"A Prospering Blessing", by Veronica M.Hay

"May you be blessed with an amazingly abundant day today!
May the clouds break and the heavens pour down upon you more
joy,more love, more laughter and more money than you could
have ever dreamed of.
May the sun shine its golden light of prosperity through every cell of your extraordinary body.
May you be cleansed today of any resistance or feelings of
unworthiness that you may still be holding onto.
May your false illusions of doubt, fear and scarcity gently fall
away like soft white feathers on a gentle breeze.
May you be willing,simply willing, to allow the Universe to
shower you with miracles today.
May the Angels wrap you in their shining wings of opulence.
May the fairies deliver you to their pot of gold at the end of a
majestic rainbow.
May your eyes shine with the glorious truth of who you really are
and may that truth uplift others in your presence to their own
inner knowing.
May your ears hear the sound of perfection ringing in your soul.
May you taste the deliciousness of every precious bite of life as
your day unfolds moment by moment with amazing grace
heartfelt love and a bounty of magnificent money.
As this day ends, may you slumber wrapped in an exquisite
blanket of enduring peace and profound gratitude.
And may the last words you speak today be Thank You!"

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

"Dr. Kelley's Enzyme Therapy for Cancer", by Dr. Jaime E. Dy-Liacco, M.M., trustee Philippine College for the Advancement in Medicine

Dr. Kelley's Enzyme Therapy for Cancer

1. Dr. William Donald Kelley, DDS, MS, was an American dentist who survived for 43 years after curing himself of 1.5 month terminal pancreatic cancer witch had metastasized to the liver, the lungs, everywhere, using an enzyme therapy he developed himself. Before he died of an heart attack in January 2005, he had cured more than 33,000 terminal patients of all kinds of cancers, both hard (with tumors) and soft (no tumors, like leukemia), without surgery, radiation or chemotherapy.

2. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City authorized a study in 1981 of Dr. Kelley's cancer cases. The object was to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that Dr. Kelley was a quack. Because of the thousands of well-documented cases and patients to be interviewed, it took 5 years to complete the study.

The resulting 301-page report found that the cure rate was 100% for pancreatic cancer and 97% for all other cancers (93% if previously treated with surgery, chemotherapy or radiation). The report was suppressed. The doctor who did the study, Nicholas Gonzales, M.D., quit in disgust and set up a cancer clinic in Park Avenue, New York city using the Kelley therapy, which to this day is thriving and eminently successful.

3. The Kelley protocol is simple, based on the paradigm that cancer is caused by a nutritional deficiency. Correct the deficiency and you cure the cancer. The patient is deficient in pancreatic enzymes and in the nutrition needed for a strong immune system. The patient is given mega doses of pancreatic enzymes and mega doses of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients to boost the immune system.

Cancer cells have an outer coating with a negative ion charge, the immune system's white blood cells also have a negative ion charge. So no matter how strong you make the immune system, it cannot kill the cancer cell, because two negatives repel each other.

Kelley's genius was in reasoning out that since the outer coating of the cancer cell is made of animal protein, animal protein-digesting enzymes produced by the pancreas will digest it and remove the negative ion charge, leaving the cancer cell open to attack by the immune system.

Cancer develops when a person's pancreatic enzyme production becomes deficient, because of physical damage to the pancreas (17% of cases) or a lifetime of eating hard to digest foods which have worn out the pancreatic cells producing the enzymes (83% of cases). All cooked foods are hard to digest because anything cooked above 40°C loses its own enzymes.

Kelley reasoned that if a person's pancreas can no longer produce sufficient enzymes, the key to curing is to supplement with mega doses of pancreatic enzymes from outside sources, the richest of which is pork pancreas, while boosting the immune system with mega doses of vitamins, minerals and other food supplements. And that is how he cured himself and the thousands of terminal cancer patients during the 43 years that he survived.

You will know that you no longer have enough enzymes to digest food, and therefore none left over to digest cancer cells, when your body feels bloated all the time. Undigested food ferments and generates gas. You will burp and fart a lot, and can have heart burn and shortness of breath as the gas rises and presses against the heart and lungs.

When this happens, cancer is not far behind. Time to change your lifestyle and eating habits, and take preventive doses of pancreatic enzymes to prevent cancer from developing.

4. The Kelley paradigm centers around the reality that a cancer cell is nothing more than a trophoblastic placental cell growing in the wrong place. If you look at both cells under the same microscope, you will find that they are identical. The startling significance to this is: without the cancer cell there would be no human race! How is this so?

More than 100 years ago, a Scottish maiden with cancer got pregnant. By the time the baby was born, she was cancer free. The news spread like wildfire, and reportedly all the maidens in Scotland now wanted to get pregnant.

A Scottish embryologist of the University of Edinburgh, Dr. John Beard, researched the phenomenon, and found the maiden got cured of her cancer because during her pregnancy, she had two pancreases, her own and the baby's.

In 1999 the same phenomenon happened to a 29-year old Filipina in Metro Manila. She was 4 months pregnant and had bladder cancer. Conventional doctors took out as much of the tumor mass as they could, but said they could not take it all out and could not give her chemotherapy or radiation because it would kill the baby, but the cancer was so aggressive that it could kill her and the baby before the baby was born.

The wife's exclamation when she learned about the Scottish maiden from a phone call to Dr. Kelley: "You mean it's my baby who will save me?! I thought the baby would kill me!" After month of feeling scared and desperate, she said, "For the first time, I have hope!"

But for the next step, husband and wife decided to go to Stanford since they already had a confirmed appointment there and felt it would be a waste not to take it. The Stanford doctors confirmed what the Philippine doctors had said, that nothing more could be done.

So husband and wife then went to Kansas to see Dr. Kelley. They came home with a Balikbayan box full of Kelley's enzymes and nutritional supplements. Five month later, the wife gave birth to a healthy baby girl, and both mother and daughter were cancer free.

Here's how Dr. Beard explains it: When a female egg is fertilized, the zygote drops into the uterus and generates germ cells which not only evolve into the tissues of the growing fetus, but also generate trophoblastic cells to form the placenta. Without the placenta, the zygote would fall right out of the uterus.

(Editor's note: Dr Gert Hamer says a similar thing, but he attributes all cancers to "Significant Emotional Events". The cancer appears 1-3 years after a trauma. He, quotes the example of sheep developing teat cancer afer losing lambs. The cancer disappeared when the sheep got pregnant and gave birth to other lambs. The findings seem to be reassuringly similar which indicates that someone might well be on to something, here!)

Saturday, September 11, 2010

"Scottish Doctor, John Beard had a Cure for Cancer 100 Years Ago!" By Alister Bredee

Scottish embryologist, John Beard proposed as long ago as 1906 that pancreatic enzymes were the body's main bulwark against cancer. Having published "Enzyme Therapy of Cancer" in 1911,his work attracted a degree of medical attention until his death in 1923. These ideas then died away only to be occasionally awakened from their slumbers by complementary therapists looking for alternative and less intrusive treatments than those offered by the Medical mainstream.

In the 1960s Beard's work resurfaced in Texas, when a dentist named William Kelley started treating cancer sufferers with proteolytic enzymes. Kelley's work was highly controversial as it flew directly in the face of orthodox cancer medical care procedures that relied heavily on radiation treatment and chemotherapy. Thus he was castigated by the media and hassled by the authorities.

New York physician and ex-Cornell Medical School graduate Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez met the Texas dentist in 1981. Instead of confronting a demon as portrayed by the press, he met a self-effacing man who like Royal Rife before him only wanted his work to be evaluated by the Academic World of Medicine. Gonzalez thought this to be a reasonable request and set out to do something about it. Although a mere medical student at the time he elicited the help of the then Sloan Kettering President, Robert Good. Good supported Gonzalez in his quest and he was allowed to conduct a thorough case review of Kelley's work as part of his own medical studies.

Nicholas Gonzalez reviewed 10,000 patient records; He interviewed and evaluated 500 of Kelley's patients who had all been diagnosed with advanced cancers. He summarized his findings in a monograph completed in 1986. His overall conclusion was that Kelley's treatment procedure resulted in an above average survival rate, with many of the sufferers enjoying an apparent regression of their disease.

In a separate chapter he took 22 pancreatic cancer patients; this form of cancer has a very low survival rate. Statistically speaking there is a 0% likelihood of surviving 5 years.

Twelve of these patients visited only once and then were persuaded to quit treatment due to the negative reactions of friends, family and physicians who branded Kelley as a charlatan. These he took as his control group. They demonstrated an average survival rate of 67 days. Another 7 members of the control only partially followed the Kelley treatment. They displayed a survival ratio of approximately 7 months. However, and much more interestingly those who followed the treatment to the letter lived for an average of a stunning 9 years! This example serves as good demonstration of the folly of following the well-intentioned yet prejudiced advice of other people!

Nicholas Gonzalez is continuing work using these protocols dating back at least 100 years and hopes to be able to raise the interest and or money to have a full-scale scientific review conducted of the effectiveness of the enzyme treatment of cancer. The price of enzyme therapy comes out at between $5,000 and $6,000 per year, which in itself is a fraction of the cost of conventional medical care.