Don’t Buy Pharmaceutical Stocks!


October 15, 2007, by Suzanne

At least not for the long term, because they are doomed to all collapse within 10-20 years.

Why? Because pharmaceuticals will be, are being, rendered obsolete. The wonder of the internet is that you can catch a whiff of an affective alternative treatment for some major horror disease on mankind, you can hop onto a bookselling web site, quickly order one or several books on exactly the subject, you want, and when you’re done reading them, you can find communities online of people researching and practicing these methods of healing, and find out for yourself just how shockingly effective these methods are.

So why don’t they make the headlines in mainstream media and mainstream medicine? Well, because they’re so cheap and effective, and often unpatentable, there simply isn’t the marketing dollars behind them. The word spreads by word of mouth only, and self-propelled web sites and books, and golly, where is the serious money to be made in that?

But for easing the suffering of humankind? These remedies are priceless.

I first became aware of this dynamic several years ago when somebody mentioned the name “Royal Rife” to me, without much explanation. I didn’t know what the h-e-double-hockey-sticks he was talking about, so of course I hopped on Amazon to find out.

The book I read shook me to the core! Royal Rife was the odd name of a man in the 1930’s who, frankly, began curing people of their cancers and other ailments with a frequency transmitter, that tuned to specific frequencies for each pathogen, would destroy those pathogens without harming human tissue. In a little known and essentially lost branch of alternative medicine called energy medicine, it has been documented that organisms are each sensitive to specific frequencies of electro-magnetic radiation, and when exposed to enough of it they floresce and resonate until they burst, much like the resonating Tacoma Narrows bridge collapse of 1940. Pathogens generally respond to different frequencies than human tissue does, and so the human body can be safely exposed to these frequencies, killing viruses and infectious bacteria, leaving the patient’s body unharmed. Since many cancers such as cervical cancer, are known to be caused by viruses such as HPV (human papillomavirus virus), and the tumors themselves respond to different frequencies than healthy human tissue, this had major major repercussions for treating all pathogen caused ailments and cancers. (Can you spell A.I.D.S.?)

So what happened? Well… Once it reached the point of being about to burst onto the national scene in all the national newspapers, the FDA stepped in, smashed his lab and equipment to bits, confiscated all his notebooks and data, and drove him to die a broken man. Go ahead, read it all, documented in the book, The Cancer Cure That Worked.

Now why would the FDA do something like that? Why have so many thousands/millions of people died of these horrible ailments since the 1930’s who really shouldn’t have had to? Well, ask yourself, why are the major monster pharmaceutical companies so influential with the FDA? Why do they contribute so heavily to the chemical drug curriculums of all the major medical schools in the U.S.?

It’s not hard to connect the dots.

You know, I have never really been one to subscribe to conspiracy theories, but this book really shook me up. I went searching online and found “Rife” communities all over the world, some with members in the U.S., and some with members overseas outside the reach of the FDA. I found they hold annual conferences, hold patents that cannot be shelved by big pharma, write books identifying which frequencies are effective on which pathogens, and on and on and on. I got to know some of these people personally online, and the more I kept digging, the more I could not find anything wrong with it.

It’s scary to think how long this has been kept out of mainstream medicine, how much needless human suffering has been perpetuated. There is a hot place in h-e-double-hockey-sticks for the people who’ve suppressed the research, much less the distribution of it.

But with the advent of the Internet, the lid cannot be kept on it forever. It might not be next year, it might not be 5 years from now, but for the really long term, do not invest in pharmaceutical stocks, because they are doomed to obsolecense. In the mean time, here is a bit of “light reading”!

Until next time, when I’ve got an even better one for ya,

Suzanne