Everything in my external life seemed to be routine and normal for an American growing up in the ‘70s and ‘80s — except that no matter where I turned, science and educational systems just didn’t seem to make sense to me. I set out to find both answers and questions that did make sense, that fit the observations I was experiencing right before my eyes. This seeking became a lifelong quest. I just kept following my ideas, and eventually I learned to follow my heart.
Following my heart led me to a conception of science, medicine and the world at large that was radically different from anything I was taught in school. My ideas, such as the heart is not a pump, blocked arteries are not the main cause of heart attacks, vaccines are ineffective and unsafe, cancer is not a genetic disease, and the “war on cancer” has been an utter failure, have been the subjects of three of my books.
Recently, because of current events, I turned my questioning gaze on the widely accepted theory —so accepted that it now lives in our culture as truth — that germs (bacteria and viruses) cause disease.
What if I told you that, since The Contagion Myth was first published in 2020, further research has led me to believe that at least 30 statements I made in the book are, in fact, inaccurate? At that time, I was still holding onto some of the most basic theories taught in medical school, such as cellular structure and the existence of ribosomes, which use RNA to make proteins. I did not apply my cardinal rule: Question Everything!
"Through my research I have come to understand a new biology that applies to all living things."
Through my research, I have come to understand a New Biology that applies to all living things.For example, I have discovered that the electron microscope images of ribosomes are actually gas bubbles, stained with dye, from dead or dying tissue. Human health, and that of all living things, is dictated by the quality of our water and our ability to receive and properly utilize this water. Intent (understanding the role of consciousness) is also important to healing.
I encourage all of us to explore the concepts and ideas that govern our thoughts and even our lives. Subject them to rigorous questioning, keep exploring whether they ring true. My wish is that my work and this website can help guide you in this search.
It is my sincerest wish and expectation that we all will forge a new world together — a world that is clean, safe and governed by joy instead of fear, one that meets the true needs of all living beings. This is the world I want for myself, my children, my grandchildren, all people, animals, plants and microbes. Join me in remembering the way the world can be if we only learn to see clearly.