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Shalom aleichem,

 

I am going to use this thread to present health and healing information, including medical evidence to support it. I will begin with the dangers of modern technology, especially to children, and progress to natural treatments and cures for various diseases, including HIV, Cancer, Autism and others, many of which are being hidden from public awareness.

 

The information and evidence I provide are meant for each person to research for themselves and ONLY THEN decide what to believe, and do with it.

 

If, and when, this knowledge becomes meaningful to you, please share it everywhere that you can.

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Shalom aleichem,

 

The following is from the book “Glow Kids” by Nicholas Kardaras that warns about the terrible dangers inherent in recent technology, especially the glowing screens of computers, smart phones, iPads, etc.

 

..."It seems that we, as a society, have entered into a Faustian deal.  We have these amazing handheld marvels of the digital age—tablets and smartphones—miraculous glowing devices that connect people throughout the globe and can literally access the sum of all human knowledge in the palm of our hand. But what is the price of all this future tech? The psyche and soul of an entire generation. The sad truth is that we’ve unwittingly thrown an entire generation under the virtual bus. Our young people have fallen victim to the digital plague.

 

I had my first glimpse of this nascent global epidemic back in the summer of 2002 on the island of Crete. My newlywed wife and I had planned a trip to Greece—land of my parents and ancestors—as an escape from a hectic life in New York. After the usual stops at Mykonos and Santorini, we decided to take the ferry down to the more rugged island of Crete and hike several hours down the ancient Samarian Gorge to the remote coastal village of Loutro.  It is a magical place: Stunning, sun-drenched Greek beach with laughing bathers splashing around in the clearest blue water; a beautiful, tranquil place that time forgot. There are no cars, no convenience stores, no TV, no flashing lights—just traditional whitewashed houses and a handful of small waterfront inns and their beachfront tavernas. 


 

Loutro is also known as a go-to family destination.  The seclusion of the traffic-free village makes it an ideal playground for kids: kayaking, swimming, climbing of rocks, games of tag, leaps into the water—it is a kids’ paradise. During our first day there, after having spent the whole morning at the beach, we stopped by one of the cafés for a frappe. While there, I asked the waiter where the restrooms were and was pointed toward some steep stairs down to a dimly lit, low-ceilinged basement. Once downstairs, I could see an odd glow emanating from a corner in the darkness. Squinting to adjust to the darkened room, I was able to see the light source: it was Loutro’s version of an Internet café—two old Apple computers on a tiny table in a corner of the depressing cellar.  As I looked closer, I could see the silhouettes of two American kids playing video games with their round faces illuminated by screens just inches away from their faces.  That’s odd, I thought; one of the world’s most beautiful seascapes, where the local Greek kids were playing from sunup to sundown was just a few feet away, yet these two were holed up in the darkness in the middle of a sunny afternoon.


 

As I chanced into that café a couple more times over the week that we were there, those two kids were always in that basement with their illuminated faces. Not being a parent myself yet I didn’t think that much about the kids with the glowing faces and wrote them off, rather judgmentally, as probably just the unhealthy children of bad parents.  Yet I never forgot the hypnotized expressions of those boys playing in that horrible cellar while paradise was just over their heads.

Slowly, I began to realize that the hypnotized, glassy-eyed stares were spreading; like a virtual scourge.

 

There is a growing mountain of evidence showing that there can be very significant negative clinical and neurological effects on Glow Kids.  Brain-imaging research is showing that glowing screens – like those of iPads – are as stimulating to the brain’s pleasure centre and as able to increase levels of dopamine as much as sex does. This effect is what makes screens so addictive for adults, but even more so for children with still developing brains that just aren’t equipped to handle that level of stimulation.


 

What’s more, an ever-increasing amount of clinical research correlates screen tech with psychiatric disorders like ADHD, addiction, anxiety, depression, increased aggression and even psychosis. Perhaps most shocking of all, recent brain-imaging studies conclusively show that excessive screen exposure can neurologically damage a young person’s developing brain in the same way that cocaine addiction can. That’s right—a kid’s brain on tech looks like a brain on drugs. In fact, glowing screens are such a powerful drug that the University of Washington has been using a virtual reality video game to help burn victims with pain management during their treatments. Amazingly, while burn patients are immersed in the game, they experience a pain-reducing, morphine-like analgesic effect and thus don’t require any actual narcotics.


 

Ironically, while we’ve declared a so-called War on Drugs, we’ve allowed this virtual drug—which Dr. Peter Whybrow, director of neuroscience at UCLA, calls “electronic cocaine”; which Dr. Andrew Doan, who has an M.D. and Ph.D. in neuroscience and heads addiction research for the U.S. Navy, calls digital “pharmakeia” (Greek for “drug”); and which Chinese researchers call “electronic heroin”—to slip into the homes and classrooms of our youngest and most vulnerable, seemingly oblivious to any negative effects. Meanwhile, China has identified Internet Addiction Disorder (IAD) as its number-one health crisis, with more than 20 million Internet-addicted teens, and South Korea has opened 400 tech addiction rehab facilities and given every student, teacher and parent a handbook warning them of the potential dangers of screens and technology.


 

Yet here in the United States, clueless and sometimes corrupt school bureaucrats are pushing to put glowing tablets—yes, electronic cocaine—into the hands of every kindergartner.  Tech in the classroom is big business, estimated to top $60 billion by 2018. Yet what I also discovered as I researched this book is that tech in the classroom is also the story of greed, scandal and FBI investigations. Even if our schools are letting us down by not protecting kids from the dangers of age-inappropriate tech, surely parents are beginning to see the problems associated with screens?


 

Unfortunately, many caring and well-meaning parents are either simply not tuned in to how damaging screens are, or those who do sense that there may be a problem remain in convenience induced denial.

We’ve become so dependent on the digital babysitter that we don’t want to hear that our smartphones and our iPads can actually be damaging our kids’ brains. But like it or not, it is so.

As one of the country’s foremost addiction experts, I know addiction when I see it and I’m seeing it epidemic proportions in the obsessive video gaming, compulsive texting and hypnotized stares of the kids I treat.

It’s only been six years since the invention of the iPad, and in that blink of time an entire generation of kids has been psychologically impacted and neurologically rewired.

 

A person doesn’t need to be an addiction expert or a neuroscientist to see the undeniably negative effects of age-inappropriate tech in the everyday reality of plugged-in and tuned out kids. Yet as we debate the pros and cons of technology, the every-increasing ubiquity of tech is doing real damage to kids now.

As the late, great Yogi would say, it’s getting late early...”


 

MORE TO COME

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Shalom aleichem,

 

In talking about the hypnotic, trance-like, effect of glowing screens, we have to include the most prolific and oldest glowing screens of all-- television screens. One of the things an enemy seeking to control a population would do is to keep them dumbed-down as much as possible, keeping them from asking questions and investigating questionable events, such as 9/11.

 

The below posts explain how glowing TV screens, like the smart device screens that came later, affect our brains, altering our brain waves, creating a narcotizing effect that makes us docile and open to suggestion.

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Shalom aleichem,

 

The next two subjects discussed will be the AIDS virus (HIV), and Cancer, beginning with HIV.

 

The following posts will introduce you to a sugar manufactured by aphids called melezitose. When bees eat the melezitose thay produce a special honey called Honeydew Honey, containing the melezitose. As shown in the following posts, the chemistry of melezitose allows it to perfectly fit cell receptors, preventing the AIDS virus entry to the cells, thus avoiding the disease.

 

Honeydew honey is available commercially, a number of sources are shown. The Texas source comes in several sizes and is priced reasonably. However, there are other sources which you can find on the internet. The choices, if you so choose, are up to you.

 

As mentioned before:

The information and evidence I am providing are meant for each person to research for themselves and ONLY THEN decide what to believe, and do with it.

 

If, and when, this knowledge becomes meaningful to you, please share it everywhere that you can.

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                            AN ANT LOOKING AFTER ITS HERD OF APHIDS.

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