‘In health there is freedom. Health is the first of all liberties’
~ Henri Frederic Amiel

This page lists a selection of products, principles and organisations that can noticeably improve (or offer services that can noticeably improve) bodily and pranic health. I have not listed anything with which I have no personal, ongoing experience.

Feng Shui

Most Feng Shui principles are based on Chinese superstition, and impart little practical truth. That said, many of the principles regarding this ‘art of placement’ accord with perceivable subconscious regards and encourage pranic harmony within the domestic sphere. Unfortunately, most specialist Feng Shui books are regurgitations of earlier writings (embellished with contemporised exemplars) and do little to distinguish ancient superstition from ageless truth. A distillation of this nature is, indeed, reliant upon personal experimentation and experience rather than intellectual resonance. So, below are a few Feng Shui ‘pointers’ that I have empirically tested and consider viable for bedrooms, which are the most important rooms for pranic consideration:

1.) Sleep in a bedroom (or better yet, a house) of pyramidal or conical design. Obviously, this is not a feasible option for those who live in ‘developed’ countries wherein architectural emphasis is placed – quite intentionally – on oppressively flat-roofed and rectangular-bodied expressions, but it is true that ‘pointed’ structures are noticeably superior at transmitting and receiving the Earth’s natural energy. It is unsurprising, then, that many of the world’s greatest energetic sites – for instance, the Washington Monument and other obelisks, the Egyptian pyramids, or Mount Shasta – are shaped thus, or that intuitive cultures favour tipis and wigwams to orthogonal alternatives.

2.) Position your bed so that its headboard rests against a wall, and so that you can leave the bed from either side. A cornered arrangement constricts the room’s pranic flow, and this might manifest in unenviable ways (for example, an inefficiency in healing the etheric body during sleep, or difficulties contacting your inner voice).

3.) Further improvements might include: removing all mirrors (especially mirrors whose reflections encompass the entire room) and vegetation, choosing a wooden bed rather than a metal or fabric one (which has a strong headboard and no drawers or compartments underneath it), removing all posters featuring negative or enigmatic themes, choosing desks and tables with rounded edges, clearing all clutter and non-essential items, removing or reducing electrical equipment, and avoiding yellow wallpaper (which overstimulate the mind). You might consider adding a wind chime, fish tank, orgone generators, a dimmer switch and/or posters with relaxing or cheerful themes.

Spinning

Spinning is a great way to energise the chakras, the astral body’s gyrating energy centres whose vigour affects our physical welfare. Within the context of the current energetic shift, however, the benefits of daily spinning are of particular value insofar as it is an especially vital way of achieving, and maintaining, the vibrational state required for transition. To my knowledge, spinning was first recommended by the Pleiadians in Bringers of the Dawn (although the Casiopaeans seconded its usage):

‘[An] activity we recommend for those of you who wish to move into a vast acceleration of energy is spinning. Move from left to right, spinning around and focusing your vision on your thumb, counting and spinning. We recommend that you spin thirty-three times at least once a day. You may build up to the thirty-three spins very slowly. If you are able to work up to thirty-three spins, three times a day, so that you are spinning ninety-nine times, well, we will see how long you stay on the planet – or at least in this dimension. When you complete spinning, however many times you spin, bring your palms together at chest level. Press them together, keeping your eyes open, and balance yourself with your feet a shoulder’s width apart so that you feel anchored and still feel the spinning at the same time. This tremendously accelerates the spinning of the chakra systems inside your body, which tremendously accelerates the rate at which you can interpret and receive data’ (pg. 226).

Unless there is an occult significance to spinning from left to right of which I am unfamiliar, I see no harm in spinning in the direction to which you find comfiest (based on my experience, people of a predominantly left-brained temperament prefer spinning to the right, whereas those of a right-brained temperament prefer the left). Spinning precisely thirty-three times (or multiples thereof), however, is important. Numerology of a spiritual persuasion is an ambiguous and subjective enterprise, and few researchers seem intellectually honest enough to admit that there are few consensually agreed upon meanings behind particular numerical sequences. Search for the meaning behind 1:11, for instance, and you will receive hundreds of contradictory answers. That said, the master number ‘33’ is consistently regarded as a number of truth, positivity, affirmation, and divine guidance, and understanding of its significance reverberates afar: the human spine contains thirty-three vertebrae, the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry contains thirty-three degrees, etc. Therefore, if you are seeking to accelerate your vibrational state and wish to attempt spinning, consider adhering to the Pleiadians’ proposed number thereof.

Water Distillers

Water distillers are probably the most essential health-oriented purchase available. Unlike the comparatively useless water filter, which cannot remove fluoride from tap water, distillers evaporate and then condense the water, producing an almost one hundred percent pure supply of it. Many people don’t feel compelled to buy a distiller until they view the thick, yellow, metallic poison remaining post-purification.

Most distillers cost around £180, which is reasonable for a device that will then last forever (its filters are inexpensive and require replacement every two months).

Non-electrical, manual distillers are also available for those who rightly believe that there will be a water and/or electrical crisis during the years ahead. So long as rain comes, thirst is not an issue with such equipment.

Metallic Filling Removal

The vast majority of dentists today use amalgam fillings, which are alloys comprised of at least 40% mercury (and usually many other metals also). Mercury not only has neurotoxic effects on the immune and nervous systems of developing children, but it contributes greatly to depression in adults. It has also been linked to other ills such as fatigue, heart issues and even Alzheimer’s disease.

Basically, there is not a single justifiable reason for using metals to fill tooth cavities, especially when composite resin or porcelain fillings provide a perfectly legitimate substitute. Amalgam and mercury fillings can be removed, but the cost is high because of the skill and danger involved in the procedure (it is quite ironic that almost all dentists employ and even laud metallic alloys, yet admit that their removal is dangerous because of the mercury content).

As with the medical and pharmaceutical industries, dentistry is very much a money-oriented enterprise and its embracement of such toxicity reflects Illuminist subversion. It doesn’t have to be this way, but so long as dentists and their employers continue to emphasise cost over long-term health issues, both parties are criminal.

In a similar vein (pun intended), you may also wish to research the damaging effects of vaccinations.

Nature’s Blessings

Nature’s Blessings [link] is an independent online store specialising in homemade orgone pendants, cones and gifts. Unlike most commercial eBay sellers currently monopolising the orgone market (and who could, if under higher control, be negatively charging the otherwise neutral crystals), the owners of Nature’s Blessing customise certain orgone purchases based upon the buyer’s astrological and physiological needs, resulting in products of tremendous distinction and psychic resilience.

World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF)

WWOOF [link] is an international organisation that permits one to live and work on an organic farm in a country of his choice for a predetermined period of time. As the official website states:

‘WWOOF is a world wide network – It started in the UK in 1971 and has since become an international movement that is helping people share more sustainable ways of living.

WWOOF is an exchange – In return for volunteer help, WWOOF hosts offer food, accommodation and opportunities to learn about organic lifestyles.

WWOOF organisations link people who want to volunteer on organic farms or smallholdings with people who are looking for volunteer help.’

I am aware that there are millions of people out there desperate to escape the soullessness and false charisma of the city in favour of a more authentic lifestyle, so this might be a good stepping stone for such a transition.

Recommended Healing Herbs and Plants

Echinacea – the greatest herb available for improving and maintaining the immune system. Especially useful for battling government-created viruses such as bird or swine flu, or during pandemics.

Garlic – the single greatest food available to mankind, and truly Nature’s polymath. Garlic is best ingested raw, but remember that it is quite a volatile herb; the body needs to become accustomed to its power before regular consumption becomes agreeable. One can avoid the foul taste, as well as tongue burning, by chopping the garlic into small slices and taking it with a small amount of water or juice.

Ginger – a great plant for treating morning sickness and removing parasites. Also one of the few herbs (along with liquorice, cinnamon and peppermint) that actually tastes nice.

Ginkgo Biloba – a great herb for improving blood circulation, thereby boosting memory and concentration.

Liquorice – a plant that has great demulcent and expectorant effects, as well as more antidepressant compounds than any other plant known to man. Sadly, I cannot take it anymore because it kept giving me severe headaches (liquorice is fifty times sweeter than sugar), but I still recommend it to others.

Oregano – an anti-bacterial herb whose potency and speed in removing bodily impurities (including colds and other viruses) deserves wider recognition. Many online and high street suppliers offer diluted extracts; try and find a product containing at least 75% Carvacrol.

Spirulina and Chlorella – two green superfoods cultivated in open channel raceway ponds that detoxify the body remarkably well. They also rebuild nerve tissue, regulate blood sugar levels, increase mental functioning, repair DNA damage, heal tumours and cancerous cells, provide the body with more protein than meat and more calcium than milk, and much else.

St. John’s Wort – an excellent plant for defeating depression and for cultivating or maintaining an optimistic attitude (essential during times of harvest!).

Valerian – unlike melatonin supplements, which are often derived from questionable sources (such as cows’ pineal glands) and have unknown long-term effects, valerian is a well-documented and reliably natural sedative used for centuries. Unfortunately, like melatonin, using the herb before bed often results in morning grogginess and dehydration, although ginger can remedy this problem.

White Willow – a natural painkiller, and the original source of aspirin.

You may also be interested in researching the benefits of Miracle Mineral Solution, Lugol’s iodine, colloidal gold, blackstrap molasses, Manuka honey, virgin coconut oil, organic hemp and organic cotton clothing, and the benefits of drinking from glass bottles rather than plastic bottles.

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