Is the solution to cancer prevention in a simple seed?
Posted Dec 20 2011 3:28am
A female I knew once posted a Facebook post saying "God, send us a cure for cancer". I replied back to her Facebook post, "Cancer can be caused by anything, but much evidence suggest the defense mechanism is a simple nutrient , which is vitamin B17, grossly lacking in the American diet, B17 being a chemical which has it's highest concentration in apricot seeds". She never responded…………………
Be it right or wrong, I kind of chuckled at the lack of response. See, my belief is that this whole "God Thing", which by the by, I totally believe in and try to live by every day, doesn't work if we are not in tune to his responses.
Now we could spend this entire article talking about God and belief systems, but I'll save that for the "Mind and Spirit" section of the blog. Right now, I wanted to get a first article out on the blog about cancer, even though I know I will be writing dozens and dozens of articles on the subject.
Now, I'm not even trying to say God has come to me in a burning bush with an answer, but I do know that I used to be overly paranoid about cancer (perhaps like most people), but now, I am not thinking twice about it, any more that I would walking around thinking about the "Black Death", or "The Plague" as they used to call it. I think for me, I have been allowed to spiritually relax about the issue, and maybe try to present my case, based upon all the research and God given ability to think logically and rationally about the issue.
I first got all wrapped up into this issue when I read this book called "A World Without Cancer: The Story of Vitamin B17" by G. Edward Griffin. I must admit I was fascinated by it all. Fortunately for me, I'm actually a natural skeptic, finding many writings fiercely opposed to Griffin's theory, but as I did more and more research on my own, I became more of a believer. As with many subject matters such as this, there are people who are fiercely opposed a theory such as this, and others who are fiercely in defense of this theory.
But what I will say in this article is that Cancer has perhaps always existed, but I think one could argue that cancer in past centuries was not as common as it is now. Even with that previous statement, the great divide between people begins because one could argue, "maybe the technology did not exist to pinpoint cancer hundreds of years ago". Maybe or maybe not true, but we could perhaps try another approach and talk about the fact that in current times, some cultures currently get much lower rates of cancer than other cultures. How can that be? We can verify that cancer is not this time bomb that can indiscriminately hit anyone on the planet with equal odds, but is more prevalent in some areas of the world as compared to others? Evidence can present a valid case that the reason some cultures, nations, and areas of the globe have lower rates of cancer than others is based on nutrition, and opposed to genetics, or race. Going further still, the case can be presented that those groups of people whose diets contain more vitamin B17, also called laetrile, and also nitrilosides, have very low rates of cancer.
Now I am going to stop right here because I've learned that when you first start talking about something this dramatic, there will be one of 3 distinct responses from the reader. One, the reader will think the writer is a quack and simply exit the website. Two, the reader could basically be indifferent, never dive into the subject, whatever happens in life happens. Three, I might have peaked at least a little interest and the reader might feel that the subject is at least worth looking looking into. For that third group, I hope that future articles can at at least present my case that this disease is a disease of ignorance and misunderstanding, very similar to the "Black Death" 700 years ago.
Come to think of it, not to get all "esoteric" on you, there perhaps is no need struggle to affect someone's opinion, I truly believe, that for the reader, your subconsciousness and your instincts ALREADY know which camp you fall in, and those who subconsciously believe there is some truth to cancer being a nutrient deficiency already know it in the soul, but you just never had the time to look into it, and you would not know where to start if you did have the time. For that last group, perhaps some of these articles I will soon be writing is as good of a place to start as any. ~dw~