I never thought I was the huggy kissy kind, but the hugs I got and gave at the conference were simply the best part of the show. Worth a million bucks. I cannot tell you how joyful it was to hug hundreds of like-minded souls, smile, joke, swap horror stories of idiocy and eat good food. If you’d had no talks, no amazing speakers, no awesome topics, it would’ve still been worth every penny of the admission. I am reinvigorated and grateful.
Sushama Gokhale, Chapter Leader
Sonoma County, California
TESTS ARE USELESS
In a follow-up to my article “Questioning Covid” (Summer, 2021), I feel it necessary to comment on the uselessness of the tests used for “diagnosing” the illness. As I mentioned, I saw patients test negative multiple times who passed away in two or three days with find them when the patient is not able to recover and his cells are not able to produce the healing exosomes.
The antibody tests are also not so accurate, as this so-called virus is supposed to follow a new pattern. While viral infections are said to cause the appearance of IgM in the blood before the IgG, this so-called virus sometimes gives IgG before IgM. Can we really believe the immunology has been turned upside down by this doubtful so-called virus? I saw a patient whose IgM went up again eight months after his illness, without any new symptom since then, so he took a PCR test, which was negative, of course. So what was the IgM doing in his blood?
Physicians have noticed that positive IgM are found in healthy people with a negative PCR test, so many labs now only test IgG. Everything that does not make sense in this tale is either ignored or justified as an “exception”!
I have seen patients with Covid symptoms and a positive PCR test, but their blood test did not show any difference in white blood cell count (no rise, no decrease, just normal) throughout the whole course of the disease.
Despite the total absence of serological signs indicating viral infection, people still like to believe that there is a virus—not to mention the well-documented cases of patients with Covid who did not develop any antibodies, and the people who never got sick even though they had well-documented sky-high levels of antibodies. These anomalies are justified by saying that the antibodies do not last.
At this point I really feel there is nothing we can say to make people change their minds, even if the whole story is full of contradictions and goes against any biological law. They have decided that they believe in the virus theory no matter what, and if the tiny spiky ball could talk and scream, “I am not a virus,” they might think it was probably threatened to say so to hide its true nature!
Meanwhile, I continue to find connections between EMF exposure and Covid. One patient presented with sudden vomiting, diarrhea, fever, cough and extreme fatigue—all Covid symptoms—after her husband put a modem in their bedroom. Once it was moved out again, she recovered. She had suffered from an episode of adrenal insufficiency due to EMF exposure.
One couple came to me complaining that the wife had experienced a lack of her periods for a few months but was not pregnant, while the husband had problems sleeping and often woke up with pain over the kidneys. I suggested turning off the modem at night but when he went home, he decided to move the modem outside the window (protected in a box). Since then the wife has had regular periods and his sleep greatly improved. EMF affecting the adrenal glands can also impact the reproductive organs, as steroid hormones are partially synthetized in the adrenal cortex.
The point is that we will never be able to help people until we recognize the cause of this disease: exposure to EMF and not a dangerous virus!
Ilana Nurpi, MD
OFF THE CHARTS
The telecommunications industry began installing 5G in Sioux Falls in early 2020, and continued the buildout throughout the year. Now, 5G transmitters are all over the downtown area. I decided to do some measurements of the 5G power density using a Latnex HF-B8G Triple Axis RF/High Frequency Meter.
Keep in mind that in the U.S., authorities have stated that elevated risk occurs with a prolonged exposure to 300 or more millivolts per meter. In Canada, the authorities consider prolonged exposure to 70 millivolts per meter as a health risk. Electro-hypersensitive folks are at risk with exposures of 10 or fewer millivolts per meter.
Here are my findings:
1. School parking lot during peak traffic period, about one block away from a 5G tower: 4095 millivolts per meter.
2. Across the street from a hospital during average traffic levels: 1807.2 millivolts per meter.
3. Downtown in the restaurant area with outdoor seating, where 5G emitters mounted on light poles, about ten to twelve feet off the ground: 4590 millivolts per meter.
All three readings are much higher than the number the U.S. considers safe for prolonged exposure. Driving through town, the typical range was 450-2500, with higher values in areas with more traffic and more people (and more cell phones).
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
I enjoyed the excellent article, “Questioning Covid” by Ilana Nurpi, MD (Summer, 2021) and would like to offer a clarification that may be of help to readers regarding the term “5G” as used in the article.
When people speak of 5G with regard to cell phone towers and the latest
“smart” phones, the term 5G relates to the fifth-generation cell-phone infrastructure. In this context 5G relates to the deployment of new (novel) frequencies, modulation schemes and beam-forming technologies being built on top of (in addition to) the current cell phone
infrastructure. The 5G frequencies range from current 4G frequencies through 53 GHz.
When we speak of 5G with regard to Wi-Fi, it’s something altogether different. Wi-Fi is a method of connecting one device to another device, not using cell phone infrastructure—for example, connecting your computer to an Internet router. The first generation of Wi-Fi operated at a frequency range around 2.4 gigahertz. A few years ago, Wi-Fi was made available on a new set of frequencies around 5 gigahertz. In order to differentiate between routers running legacy 2.4 gigahertz Wi-Fi and
newer 5 gigahertz Wi-Fi, people began naming their new 5 gigahertz routers with names that included “5G”. So Bob’s home router or his local cafe router might be named Bob 5G, Cafe 5G, on a list of available Wi-Fi routers. These frequencies overlap a portion of the fifth-generation cellular infrastructure and are regarded as microwave radiation.
In Dr. Nurpi’s article on page 17 under the section labeled “The 5G Connection,” I believe she is conflating the two types of 5G discussed above. The article reads, “I watched a video by Dr. Thomas Cowan, in which he said that the pandemic was due to the electrification of the earth, especially the newly deployed 5G technology. I wondered how Wi-Fi could cause such a thing.” I believe Dr. Cowan was speaking of 5th-generation cell phone deployment, not Wi-Fi.
All cell phone generations, 1G through 5G, as well as all Wi-Fi implementations generate man-made non-ionizing radiation which is known to affect single cell organisms, plants, insects, animals, and humans. 5G cellular with its extended frequency range and beam-forming ability may be even worse. Whether it was 5G or Wi-Fi that was turned on, microwave radiation should have no place in the nursing homes in Italy (or anywhere), with such elderly and vulnerable patients.
EMF and Remediation Consultant
EMF Remedy, emfremedy.com
It’s madness around here. Every single one of my daughter’s twelve-year-old friends has been taken to the vaccination center by their parents to get the Covid vaccine. The only ones that haven’t got it yet are under twelve.
So it’s not that school is rolling it out and parents feel obligated; they are getting a blue letter from National Health Service (addressed to the child not the parent) for a vaccination appointment, and they are obediently driving their child to the vaccine center for that appointment. I find that astounding.
One parent took her child to the vax center as part of her twelfth birthday celebration on the girl’s birthday, ahead of getting the blue letter (I was speechless hearing that). The vaccine centre staff was more than obliging to inject the child without an appointment.
Some parents are actually aware that kids aren’t at risk for Covid, but take them in anyway. I heard one mother say, “Even if it’s a one in a million, I don’t want my child to be that one in a million.” Another said that although she knows kids aren’t at risk, she’s worried she’ll catch Covid from her child because schools are so dirty—a friend in another town said the same. These are both fit healthy women in their late forties, with healthy children. Another said she encouraged her twelve-year-old child to get it in case she gave Covid to her frail eighty-year-old mother.
One parent said she can’t wait to get her children, both under twelve, vaccinated so they’re no longer at risk from Covid as a family. She was lamenting that her younger child is in lower primary school so it will be a while before the “paperwork comes through” for that age group—like it’s just a matter of bureaucracy that government paperpushers are preventing from happening.
Around the time my daughter was born, there was a massive uptick in the birthrate in the UK. Thirteen people I know were pregnant the year I was pregnant. Out of that, there isn’t a single one who isn’t vaccinating their twelve-to thirteen-year-olds. It’s heartbreaking.
When the subject comes up, I tend not to say anything as people react so badly to it, and I do feel rather outnumbered. On top of which, my daughter is desperate to go incognito (worrying about bullying and so on). Most of these I hear when parents are speaking in a group, where I stay quiet.
I did speak to one of the mothers though, the one who said she didn’t want her children to be one-in-a-million Covid deaths—these are children who are in athletic clubs, super fit and healthy and eat well. I know her a bit more than the other parents. I said to her, but what if the vaccine risk is higher for the child—children have miniscule Covid risk—isn’t it about risk-benefit ratio? She didn’t answer me and in that silence, I felt she was thinking, “They wouldn’t do that. If the risk-benefit ratio is on the side of not taking the vax, media and doctors would be saying so. And anyway you told me not to give my kids HPV vaccine so you are clearly an antivaxxer.” To give credit, unlike some friends and family, I have tried speaking to her about this, and she hasn’t shunned me for my choices.
Now, the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI), which had balked at approving the first dose for twelve- to fifteen-year-olds, has done a total turn-around and passed the second dose for this age group. I suspect the parents I know are still none the wiser, and will dutifully present their kids for the second shot, but it’s after the second shot that the highest rates of myo- and pericarditis have been observed in this age group, not to mention the myriad other adverse events being reported daily. I worry for these children, that by the time their parents see reality for what it is, it will be too late for them.
Urara Donohoe, Chapter Leader
Scotland Central Belt Chapter
Even though my diet is really good, with raw milk, pastured eggs, sauerkraut and bone broth, I came down with Covid. I just kept drinking raw milk, and ate homemade chicken soup, but a half a bowl a day was all I could eat. What I was really craving was homemade ice cream. Finally I was able to clear a space in my kitchen to make some. My mouth was just freezing as I ate it, but it tasted so good to me! Not only in its taste, but the way it made my body feel. I ate a serving of it every day until it was gone. I also craved juicy hamburgers!
Extreme fatigue and lack of energy were my worst symptoms, and that’s why I had to clear a space in my kitchen, for I didn’t have the energy to clean up after just heating a bowl of soup. The gamut of symptoms from person to person has been really interesting, and I appreciated the article “Questioning Covid” (Summer, 2021) by the Italian doctor who thought the symptoms one experienced had a lot to do with underlying conditions and what medications the patients were taking. Since I don’t have any other underlying conditions, and don’t take any medicines, I thought maybe that was why I only had the most basic symptoms and didn’t have any headaches, chills (even though I had a fever), loss of taste and smell, vomiting and diarrhea, crushed glass-in-my-lungs feeling, Covid toes, or “fizzing.” However, the fatigue was bad enough. I healed up fine, although it’s taken some time to regain my strength and energy, but I’m almost back to my normal self.
So, if 5G has been this bad, I can’t imagine what the launching of 6G is going to be like; and I understand they’re close to launching it as well. I can’t figure out where I was exposed to that much of those frequencies, for since cell phones don’t work at my house, I rarely ever use one; I have really pitiful Internet service out here still, and the GPS typically doesn’t find me either. I do work at a spa on the weekends, but it’s not close to town, and cell service is not very good inside the building there either, but it does have good Internet service. I haven’t been in any airports, or even in other large gatherings, except my nephew’s wedding, but that was back in May. However, I have been in different stores maybe once a week. The wellness center where I swim just recently kicked in with 24-hour service that involves technology, so maybe that had something to do with it. Anyway, I’m glad to be on the other side of that “dratted mess” as my mother called it.
It’s hard to know when and where one is exposed to 5G, or even intense Wi-Fi inside of buildings. And remember that now 5G is being beamed from satellites.
HOMEOPATHICS FOR COVID
Each issue I wait for you to have information on treating Covid illnesses with homeopathic remedies. Regardless of cause, homeopathic remedies treat symptoms. Homeopathy was very successfully used to treat patients in the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic. Non-homeopathic doctors were so jealous of the success and popularity of homeopathic doctors that they formed the AMA to drive them out of business and they almost did! I hope you’ll provide this information in an article.
Your wish is our command! See the article on page 51.
Amazon Sidewalk went live on June 8. If you have not already done so, please turn this feature off today. There are many reasons to do so. Amazon Sidewalk will take a chunk of your bandwidth and give it to others. This will increase toxic electrosmog both indoors and outdoors. Wireless radiation brings health risks to you, your loved ones, your pets and your neighbors; choose cables and adapters instead and turn off the wireless antennas.
For those already electrically sensitive, they will become shut-ins with no safe public place to go; even a walk in their own neighborhoods will make them sick. Radiofrequency radiation is very harmful to our pollinators, plants, people and planet, too.
St. Paul, Minnesota
A NATURAL BEAUTY
In honor of my mother’s passing today (she was ninety-one and in hospice), I’m sharing this photo of her as a teenager. Look at those teeth! And her wide-set eyes.
Her mother grew up on a farm in Kansas and ate the animals they raised, as well as lots of raw milk and cream and eggs. My mother didn’t have as good a diet, but her mother’s diet certainly shows in her face. She was a beauty—never wore glasses, no hearing aid, no false teeth. She did develop dementia, though—too many flu shots!
San Francisco, California
THE PIONEER COOKBOOK
I read with interest your comments on the Pioneer Cookbook of the Australian Outback (Summer, 2021). I do have one of these books and have used it quite a bit.
My father’s family were pioneers who settled in Mirboo North in 1901 when my dad and his twin were two years old. This is a good rainfall area, among tall trees and good soil, in which as soon as the trees were cleared back enough, they made a vegetable garden and planted fruit trees. Monthly trips were made six miles into town to buy supplies and collect mail.
With no refrigeration, for a family of ten children they killed older lambs (called two-tooths) weekly and in autumn when cool enough a yearling beef was meat for winter, using every part of the animal. Pigs were kept for using up the skim milk but I recall no mention of eating pork. Chickens were kept for eggs and meat but Dad said they were “too much work for too little to eat.” We milked thirty cows, with help from the children milking before and after school. They had on the table at every meal two jugs each of fresh and sour milk, plus fresh and sour cream and lots of butter, fresh and cultured.
The family did not eat many sweet foods other than something with afternoon tea, and some jams and preserved jars of fruit. Cake was a birthday treat, and we had Christmas fruit cake, of course.
Everything that was grown was used, preserved or given away; nothing was ever wasted.
When making pudding or cake recipes, I always used half the amount of sugar called for.
I can see the early difficulty of feeding a family especially in the dry years—in Australia we have a wet season for around twenty years then dry for twenty years, which lasts much longer inland adding more dry years.
Fish Creek, Australia
PRISON LAB RATS
I can only hope the citizens of this great country will hear my words: for the prisoner in the Illinois prison system has become the “lab rat.” The study has been going on for eighteen years now. The results should send a bolt of fear through every parent who is middle class, or just surviving on the poverty line. For the institutionalized persons in the state nursing homes, the low-income kids who eat that free lunch at school, and the men and women in our county jails and state prisons are paying the cost.
I have spent the last twenty-eight years in the Illinois penal system. I have walked the walk amd talked the talk. My record and expertise to speak on this American experiment, can be verified by looking me up on the Illinois Department of Corrections website.
Until convicted felon Rod Blagojevich got into office as the governor of Illinois, we ate regular food—beef, pork, chicken, turkey, fish and any other animal that made its way into the prison kitchens. But slick Blago had the pay-to-play syndrome. So he made a deal with the biggest producer of soybeans, Archer Daniel Midland (ADM), located in Decatur, Illinois.
By January 2003, soy was being fed to all the men in the Menard maximum security prison in Chester, Illinois. It was at the Menard prison that the experiment started. All the real meat, except chicken, was removed from the prison diet. It was replaced with poultry scraps and the soybean sludge from ADM in Decatur. By 2005, the leftover bean, after ADM removed the oil, became the prison diet for all the men serving time in the Illinois penal facilities.
Notice that I say “men.” The women prisoners got the soy diet at first, but it made them all stop menstruating, so they reinstated a meat diet for them.
Many men started to get sick right away. Chronic constipation and digestive issues had the sick call lines overwhelming the Menard prison. The prison medical staff stated, “exercise more and drink more water.” So it was established within six months that there were drawbacks to the soy meat substitutes being made at the Illinois Prison Industries Plants.
It was the men serving long sentences, the men without money to supplement their diet from the prisoner commissary, who experienced the longterm effects. It was around the ten-year mark that intestinal cancer cases began to show up; also thyroid disorders and thyroid cancer cases started to flare up.
I started to get sick in 2005. By 2008, I had proven that the soy diet was detrimental to my health. I was only able to do this with help from the Weston A. Price Foundation, discovered on the Internet by my family and friends. They matched my daily symptoms to the soy intake. I had developed Hashimoto’s thyroiditis disease and was prescribed a no-soy diet.
My medical no-soy diet was arbitrarily cancelled in April 2016. When I had to eat the soy meat substitute served—in order to survive—I got sick. Many men around me doing the long stretch were also getting sick. Cancer was rearing its ugly head a lot more by 2016.
In February 2020, I was transferred to the Illinois River Correctional Center. I reported to sick call immediately. For two years, from 2018, forward, I had been bleeding out of my bowels when I ate soy. But due to the Covid situation, I was denied treatment until June 2021. Dr. Erin Bailey did a colonoscopy and found stage three colon cancer.
So since June 2021, I have been living in the infirmary off and on. In August, I became a resident of the infirmary. From here I have witnessed numerous men, serving long sentences like myself, getting colonoscopy procedures done. They are finding intestinal cancer! The results are not good. Thyroid cancer and thyroid disorders are also rampant in the men serving ten years or more.
These facts are easy to verify through the medical records of the prisoner population. I now face six months of chemotherapy after the surgery, to kill the cancer still in my intestines. The results are in. Soy as a meat substitute causes cancer. We are the lab rats who proved this. Learn from us.
GLYPHOSATE IN ORGANIC GRAINS
I would like to share with you something I learned while researching glyphosate in the food supply. If you go to healthytraditions.com and look under their Our Standards section, you will find that 80 percent of the food supply is contaminated, and there is not a single wheat or barley farm in this country that is glyphosate-free. The USDA allows farms to label their wheat and barley as organic if they did not spray their crops themselves, but because of over sprays and using the same processing facilities, organic wheat and barley can contain up to .06 percent glyphosate and still be considered organic. Healthy Traditions found a range between .03 percent and .06 percent glyphosate in organic wheat and barley, and the maximum allowed percentage in nonorganic is .07 percent! The website has a lot of eye-opening information that I think might interest you.
If we consider that we are what we eat, then imagine how toxic the meat, poultry and eggs are. The ones labeled organic are still eating large quantities of glyphosate in their feed. Since the body has a hard time getting rid of this toxin, it builds in these animals as DDT did in birds that ate poisoned insects. When we eat this meat, poultry and eggs, we are eating months of accumulated toxins. Of course, grass-fed animals are healthy but all poultry is fed large amounts of grain.
This was frustrating for me, to say the least, because I thought that I was giving my ducks organic grain. What I do now is buy whole grains like barley, wheat and peas, and I sprout them before I feed my birds. This seems the most effective way of limiting the toxins that we are all eating. I also feed them tons of greens and vegetables from the garden.
North San Juan, California
I LOVE LUCY TRIVIA
Thought you may enjoy this bit of trivia. I thought of WAPF principles when I watched this Season 2 Episode 21 of I Love Lucy with my daughter some months back. What is captured in this scene is how average middle class Americans used to eat before all the propaganda against meat kicked in.
In the restaurant scene from the episode, Lucy keeps changing her mind about what she wants to eat for dinner. They all order meat dishes. Lucy cannot make up her mind and switches between the roast beef, lamb chops, and pork chops.
If you try to watch or purchase a set of the episodes from Season 2, for example on Amazon, you will find that this episode is left out. There are others being censored as well.
Tenafly, New Jersey
A GROWING EXPERIENCE
When I first joined the Weston A. Price Foundation, I appreciated your wide range of views on a variety of topics, much of which seemed a bit controversial but most I already knew to be accurate. As the years have gone by, I find even the controversial to be true, and what I thought to be a bit radical is now timely and rational. It has been a good growing experience with you folks for me and I look forward to each new issue of the journal.
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