Expressed in general terms, the cause of cancer is based on the accumulation of living conditions that have exerted pathogenic effects on the body’s cells. From this point of view, the cause of cancer is the poor functioning of the respiratory system within the cells, which ends in the cell’s metabolism: this depends on the cell’s fermentative oxidation.
All living conditions that produce such cellular metabolism should be taken into consideration as causes of cancer. Synthetic chemicals, irradiation and acidification of the blood weaken the constitution of the body and are part of the factors that make up such living conditions. Therefore, the cure for cancer is the elimination or correlation of such living conditions.
The problems of cancer and other degenerative disease(s) are inseparable from the problems of modern civilization as a whole.
The epidemic of degenerative diseases, the decline of traditional human values, and the disruption of society itself are all indications that something is fundamentally wrong with modern life.
A material point of view
At the present time, we tend to see the development of civilization in terms of our increasing material prosperity; at the same time, we completely undervalue the importance of the development of human consciousness and human spirit. But this view bears no relation to the real nature of our existence. The actual world of matter is tiny, almost meaningless, compared to the immeasurable currents of space and energy that envelop it and from which it has manifested itself physically.
Not only is the material world comparatively infinitesimally tiny, but in addition, as modern atomic physics has found, the more we analyze and take apart this material world, the more we find it has no concrete existence at all. In other words, the search for a smallest unit of matter, which began with Democritus’ statement that reality could be divided into “atoms and space”, has come to an end in the 20th century with the discovery that subatomic particles are nothing more than highly charged carriers of flowing energy.
Our senses however, which are limited, mislead us to the erroneous assumption that things possess a fixed or unchangeable nature. In fact, all cells, all tissues, the skin and all organs of which the human body is composed, are in a state of constant change. It has been calculated that red blood cells live in the bloodstream for about 120 days. Now, in order to maintain a relatively constant number of these at all times, as many as 200,000,000 new cells are formed every minute – believe it or not – and at the same time the same number of cells are gradually destroyed. From this follows: What we take to be our “self” today is completely different from our “self” of yesterday and our “self” tomorrow. That should make sense to parents who have seen their children grow up. But our development does not end when we reach physical maturity: our consciousness and our ability to judge also change and develop throughout life.
In reality, there is nothing static, fixed, or permanent. Yet, modern man often adopts a perpetually unchanging, inflexible attitude and, as a result, experiences frustration and disappointment again and again when confronted with the transience of life. We all know the stories of people who spent their lives amassing fortunes only to fall into despair at the discovery that their basic needs remained unfulfilled.
Artificiality and deterioration in quality as well as the successful production of consumer goods are nowadays largely based on bringing them onto the market in large numbers. To be successful, a product must in some way stimulate or delight the senses. In and of itself, the gratification of the senses is not necessarily destructive.
Everyone has the right to satisfy their basic needs. It only becomes a problem when sensual gratification becomes the guiding theme of a society. This leads to a degenerating society, because the realm of the senses is so limited compared to our original capacity of imagination, understanding, compassion, insight and love.
A good example is the quality of food. In the past, most people valued wholegrain bread, brown rice and other wholesome natural foods, simple and natural in taste and texture. These days, in order to stimulate the senses, brown rice is usually refined and polished into nutrient-poor white rice and primal wholegrain wheat bread has been replaced by cake-like white bread.
At the same time, a huge industry has sprung up to enhance the effect on the senses, namely by adding artificial colors, flavor additives and texturizers to our everyday foods. Over the past 40 years, this trend has expanded to include many necessary areas of daily life, including clothing and household goods, furniture and bedding, kitchen utensils and more. However, many have noticed that the use of artificial technology in the production of consumer goods often leads to a decrease in quality.
All in all, we are on the way to a completely artificial way of life – we have moved further and further away from our origins in the natural world. But there would be no human life without the solar system or the earth or without air, water and vegetation. By aligning our way of life against nature, we are in fact in the process of fighting ourselves and ultimately destroying ourselves.
Cancer is just one of the results of this overall orientation. However, rather than considering the broader environmental, societal, and dietary causes of cancer, most research is currently moving in the opposite direction, viewing the disease primarily as an isolated, cellular disorder, and most therapies focus only on removing or destroying the cancerous tumor, completely ignoring the total body constitution that is, after all, responsible for the development of cancer.
We can detoxify by limiting (localizing) the poison from all parts of the body to one place. Consequently, the other organs and the body as a whole can continue to function normally while the cancer develops at the same time. Seen in this way, cancer is not a disease of certain cells in certain organs. Cancer is a means of self-protection for an overall diseased organism.
In other words, from a holistic point of view, cancer presents itself as an attack on the affected part of the body in order to achieve balance. Without the localizing function of a tumor, the person in question might be much more likely to succumb to an overly toxic condition.
It is important for us to realize this: Cancer is the body’s natural effort to maintain functioning harmony.
Now we are at the point where we ask the crucial question: What created this poisoned state? In considering this question, we cannot ignore the key role our daily diet plays in determining our physiological state. As mentioned above, the way we eat food has changed dramatically over the past 50 years with regard to composition, quality, processing and proportion. With the advent of abundance, heavy foods such as fatty meats, dairy products and sugar have become widely available in large quantities. Simple, unrefined foods have been overwhelmingly displaced by such items as white bread, orange juice, French fries, cola, processed cheese and meat products, and by a wide range of chemical additives, drugs and medicines.
It is noteworthy that as these foods became more widespread, the incidence of many types of cancer rose in rapid succession. Any and all of these foods can create a chronically poisoned condition in the blood and can therefore be responsible for the development of cancer. If we positively influence the physiological quality of blood, cells, lymph and other body fluids through proper nutrition, we can reverse this poisoned condition and the localization embodied by the cancerous condition becomes unnecessary. In practical terms, this means that potential cancer can be avoided and existing cancer can be reversed, provided that the correct change takes place in our daily nutritional intake – both physical and spiritual.
Specifically, if we study traditional dietary patterns over the past millennium, we find that human nutrition generally consisted of entire whole grains, beans and fresh vegetables, supplemented with seasonal fruits, nuts and seeds, small amounts of lean meats and in some regions edible algae (sea vegetables) and fermented soybean products. Along with the right way of selecting, combining and preparing these foods, they do not produce the chronic toxic condition that underlies cancer.
Cancer develops long before a malignant tumor forms: it has its roots in the quality of those external factors that we select and consume. However, when the cancer is eventually discovered, its external origin is usually overlooked and the disease is considered cured once the tumor or tumors are eliminated or destroyed. But if the cause is not changed, the cancer often continues to grow, or it returns, either in the same place or somewhere else. This is then usually noticed in the next round of treatment, which again ignores the cause. This type of approach represents an often futile attempt to successfully address the symptoms of the disease alone.
Therefore, we must look beyond the immediate symptom and look at broader factors such as the patient’s overall blood quality, the type of food (the consumption of which produced that blood quality), and the mentality and lifestyle that led the patient to select that particular food. It is just as important to look beyond the individual patient and into the realm of society as a whole. Factors such as the orientation of the food industry, the quality of modern agriculture and our increasingly unnatural and sedentary lifestyle play a major role in the problem of cancer.
Dr. George Karagiannis of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University in New York found that the number of passages for the permeability of cancer cells increased significantly in 20 female patients who received two common chemotherapy preparations.
Key question about tobacco use
If the pharmaceutical companies that control the governments were really interested in protecting people from disease (which they never are), why don’t they stop deadly old-age poverty and homelessness in Germany and around the world? Why don’t they stop the deadly NATO wars of aggression that bomb millions of young children with uranium ammunition and leave them disabled for decades to come? Why not stop the deadly sugar consumption, which causes the greatest damage to health (8 out of 10 diseases)?
As always, the answers are very simple: it is never in the interests of the Mafia.