Presents the battle between

The above film by G Edward Griffin we place a DISCLAIMER: We are not claiming this is a true cure. Yet it may be true, we thought you may want to investigate this whole matter.

More points to come against the wick mind of Doom, that is Doctor Doom

Doctor Gerson vs. Doctor Doom

The Joy of being a Vegetarian


         Children play a most important role in  the minds of their parents. It is absolutely proven that the science of vegetarianism is superior to meat eating. Watch out for the children and recall to do your best to eat at least 10 pure vegetarian meals a week. Be the example of Good Choices!

Be free to tell the children the truth about eating and how naturally humans are made to be vegetarians like horses, elephants and many animals that have the same digestive line as humans. 

These human like creatures naturally eat only a vegetarian diet.

Reverend Danny De Gug and Society of Vegetarianism of Cambridge President Health Minister Todd A. Malfa & Vice President Eren Kavaus

First: By greed! Doom keeps people hungry and homeless with limiting the development of programs fpr housing and for everyone proper amounts of daily nourishment. Vegetarianism would solve this problem of malnourishment with proper supplements. It can be completed with politicians and the people working together for the proper direction of our taxes.

Attempt to have ten vegetarian meals a week, that's a great start.You can gradually become a developed vegetarian. I myself have at  times struggled to be 100 percent yet i respect my limitations and invite all to free membership in this Society. 

Vice-President Todd A. Malfa

Second: By sacrifice we eradicate all harmful pesticides and insecticides. Also all artificial coloring and pseudo chemically designed flavors must end to stop Doom's nightmares and disease creating ability.Politicians and the People are responsible! Let us resolve this immediately by new established standards and laws. Do this for our Children. For the sake of our Health!

No snake oil sales people, no hucksters,no swindlers including the phony swindlers in Slychiatry also know as psychiatry and western medicine that have injured so many patients. Recall Doctor Doom is a state of mind, it could be inside a neighbors opinion, or a Doctor's delusion and backwardness. Be wise and meditate. Reason and seek Counsel from the First Source, the higher self and any profound and logical teaching.

Vegetarian Society of Cambridge, Massachusetts

There is a beautiful side to nature and being a vegetarian brings the best to you and out of you

WORD OF HONOR

The mind of Doctor Doom is out to hinder and destroy our World!!

Here are 2 ways he attempts to set us and the world astray!

Max Gerson, M.D. was born in Wongrowitz, Germany (1881). He attended the universities of Breslau, Wuerzburg, Berlin, and Freiburg. Suffering from severe migraines, Dr. Gerson focused his initial experimentation with diet on preventing his headaches. One of Dr. Gerson’s patients discovered in the course of his treatment, that the “migraine diet” had cured his skin tuberculosis. This discovery led Gerson to further study the diet, and he went on to successfully treat many tuberculosis patients. His work eventually came to the attention of famed thoracic surgeon, Ferdinand Sauerbruch, M.D.

Under Sauerbruch’s supervision, Dr. Gerson established a special skin tuberculosis treatment program at the Munich University Hospital. In a carefully monitored clinical trial, 446 out of 450 skin tuberculosis patients treated with the Gerson diet recovered completely. Dr. Sauerbruch and Dr. Gerson simultaneously published articles in a dozen of the world’s leading medical journals, establishing the Gerson treatment as the first cure for skin tuberculosis.

At this time, Dr. Gerson attracted the friendship of Nobel prize winner Albert Schweitzer, M.D., by curing Schweitzer’s wife of lung tuberculosis after all conventional treatments had failed. Gerson and Schweitzer remained friends for life, and maintained regular correspondence. Dr. Schweitzer followed Gerson’s progress as the dietary therapy was successfully applied to heart disease, kidney failure, and finally – cancer. Schweitzer’s own type II diabetes was cured by treatment with Gerson’s therapy.

In 1938, Dr. Gerson passed his boards and was licensed to practice in the state of New York. For twenty years, he treated hundreds of cancer patients who had been given up to die after all conventional treatments had failed.

A Cancer Therapy: Results of 50 Cases read it if you can and get an education on the fine art of modern medicine you are on the way to being your own physician!

In 1946, Gerson demonstrated recovered patients before the Pepper-Neely Congressional Subcommittee, during hearings on a bill to fund research into cancer treatment. Although only a few peer-reviewed journals were receptive to Gerson’s then “radical” idea that diet could affect health, he continued to publish articles on his therapy and case histories of healed patients.

In 1958, after thirty years of clinical experimentation, Gerson published A Cancer Therapy: Results of 50 Cases. This medical monograph details the theories, treatment, and results achieved by a great physician. Gerson died in 1959, eulogized by long-time friend, Albert Schweitzer M.D.:

“…I see in him one of the most eminent geniuses in the history of medicine. Many of his basic ideas have been adopted without having his name connected with them. Yet, he has achieved more than seemed possible under adverse conditions. He leaves a legacy which commands attention and which will assure him his due place. Those whom he has cured will now attest to the truth of his ideas.”

Dr. Max Gerson: Healing the Hopeless

You can read the full story of Dr. Max Gerson’s life and the development of the Gerson Therapy in his biography, Dr. Max Gerson: Healing the Hopeless, written by his grandson, Howard Straus. Dr. Max Gerson: Healing the Hopeless discusses the development of his world-famous dietary therapy and the struggles this medical pioneer faced as he challenged orthodox medicine with his nutritional protocol. This inspiring and uplifting biography follows Dr. Gerson through Nazi persecution, then persecution in the United States from the medical establishment, the continuation of his work despite the opposition, his questionable death, his daughter Charlotte’s work, and finally the present, where the Gerson Institute works to continue his legacy and vision.