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Jerry Story
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Posted on Wednesday, April 15, 2009 - 8:04 pm:   Delete PostPrint Post   Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

I was told by 2 medical deities (MDs) that tumors can't go away by themselves, that they need cut poison burn.

That is of course their opinion. Opinions are like *** *****; everyone has one.

Please read Shelton's chapter on autolysis of tumors.

Autolysis CHAPTER V

Recently I had an interesting experience. For perhaps 10 days (I didn't count), I did not have the opportunity to eat. At the end of this involuntary fast, the tumor on my foot was gone. I had it for more than 9 years. It was no big deal. It wasn't growing. It was in a harmless location. I was not concerned about it. It was just a stupid bump on the foot. But the fascinating thing is that it vanished in a few days of not eating, and that's supposed to be impossible according to most medical deities.

Just like Shelton says in this chapter.

Autolysis CHAPTER V

But I have a sneaking suspicion that there was more to it than just the fast. In the year 2000, I fasted and the foot tumor was untouched. That was the year I read Dr. Blaylock's book "Excitotoxins: The Taste that Kills" and that's the year I got off MSG and off aspartame and started gradually improving my diet. In 2000, I probably had a load of pro-tumor crud in me. Since then I've been avoiding pro-tumor stuff and doing anti-tumor stuff. Not necessarily to beat a tumor, but it coincidently worked out that way. So in 2009, unlike in 2000, the tumor probably was set up for demolition.

According to Dr. Blaylock, putting MSG on a tumor is like putting gasoline on a fire. Maybe fasting (Shelton-style) is not sufficient in the presence of MSG.

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