Today I want to tell about a case that happened a little while ago, but it is too touching on one side, and incomprehensible on the other, so I have to think about it very often.
This case involves a little girl of just under one and a half years, who had been diagnosed with an immunodeficiency by her pediatrician shortly beforehand, with the prognosis for the parents that they should be prepared for the little girl to always be very sickly with a high susceptibility to infections for the rest of her life.
Since the little girl had an extreme intolerance to all kinds of food at that time, the doctor’s recommendation for the parents was again to be prepared for the child to struggle with intolerances for the rest of her life.
That is of course very crass for young parents to hear something like that from the mouth of their trusted pediatrician. Unfortunately, at the time it was actually the case that the little one could eat almost nothing without reacting to it. She couldn’t drink milk, was sensitive to gluten, and was constantly sick.
When I examined the little girl’s bed, I found that she was sleeping exactly on a left-rotating water vein intersection. In addition, the bed was directly next to a drywall that had been installed later, and an unshielded power line ran exactly at the height of her head area, which is probably also coupled to the non-grounded studwork of the drywall.
Still on the spot, together with the parents, I moved the little one’s bed to another place (this time to a balancing dextrorotatory water vein), and additionally installed a BIOGETA® FM Biofeldformer, which should actively regulate the little one.
In the daily madness of my everyday stress, I didn’t think about the case for a while, and was therefore especially happily surprised when a few months later (I think it was three months), the little one was suddenly sitting next to me at a wedding party, in top shape, in perfect health, with a thick glass of cocoa in her hand.
Of course, I immediately asked the mother what had happened and whether the child was not reacting to the cocoa with her intolerance. To my delightful surprise, the mother told me that the little girl had been healthy for some time, was much fitter and more balanced, and also had much more energy than before my visit. Also her food intolerances had become much better and partly already completely disappeared.
The whole thing happened almost two years ago, and since then the little one, like any other child who attends a public kindergarten, has a cold or some stomach grumbling from time to time, but she doesn’t get very sick anymore, can eat and drink just about anything, and there is no sign of any alleged lifelong impairment due to a congenital immune defect.
Only by removing a stress, the body of the little one was able to regulate itself again, so that it could cope well with everyday stresses. Especially with children, you can always see very well what the body is basically capable of when it is not disturbed. With children, because the stressful factors can often still be very nicely limited at that age. However, this is only half the truth, because even in vaccines there are often very toxic substances, the (late) consequences of which cannot be assessed.
On the one hand, I am infinitely happy that I could help this sweet little creature. On the other hand, the sometimes incomprehensible ignorance and arrogance of some doctors makes me very angry.
I would wish that more physicians would actually take the oath of Hippocrates – for the best good of the patient – literally, and rely more on their own intuition, instead of merely carrying out what our medical education system, indoctrinated by the pharmaceutical industry, allows and demands.
I think it should be in the medical textbooks that there are and always have been certain environmental influences, – and due to the rapidly growing technological development, will be much stronger in the future – that can harm people, and require a conscious approach to them.
Before Ritalin is diligently prescribed, as is unfortunately common today, it would be a good possibility, for example, to explain to kindergarten teachers, as well as elementary school teachers and teachers, the interactions of technical and geological fields with our children, so that they can convey this knowledge about the children to the parents as part of their work.
I am very sure that a large part of the Ritalin victims would not exist then. I say victims deliberately, because Ritalin is nothing other than amphetamine or speed. It leads to severe psychological dependence and is traded in the drug scene at black market prices. So you might as well serve your child a nose of speed. Sounds kind of perverse and surreal when you think of it that way, doesn’t it?