Saturday, February 10, 2018

Medicine - a cruel art

Written by Derek Coulter, my guest author, posted with the author's permission. (The title is mine,  Stan B.)

One unexpected thing was mentioned in the last Q drop: Big pharma, and by extension the medical establishment. Q implies full knowledge of the decades-long corruption within this industry. From experience, I regard the medical establishment as among the most cruel, most deceptive institutions in existence. If this shocks you, realize it's not hyperbole. How can we criticized our wonderful medical professions? Do they not help us when we're sick? If you suffer from almost any chronic disease, or someone you love has died of one of the diseases we consider common today, you owe it to yourself to understand this. Keep reading.

By the term 'medical establishment' I mean allopathy and allopathy-driven big pharma. So, what is allopathy, or allopathic medicine? It's a school of thought in medicine which aggressively displaced the other prevailing medical philosophies in the early 20th century. It did not do this by merit, but through a carefully executed plan under direction of Carnegie and Rockefeller. Search the Flexner Report to find out how they brought about the sad state of affairs we live today, where the public looks to allopathy by default for every kind of medical need, without the slightest whit of understanding as to how this profession views coping with disease in a complex organism (e.g., the human body).

An allopathic physician is trained to observe the current state of the body's anatomy and biochemistry. Emphasis: Current state. Your doctor looks for what's wrong in your physiology by looking for manifestations of disease (symptomology), then matching that to treatment options—which are sadly limited to drugs or surgery under allopathy. Their mantra is, "Where observable signs of disease are found, therein lies the disease." The approach is to target treatment options on the symptoms. This is perfect for a simplistic pathology, notably trauma, but this philosophy falls flat on its face when dealing with any complex pathology—that is, where there's no direct relationship between the measurable, observable signs (the symptoms) and the causation. Virtually all chronic or serious disease are complex pathologies. In fact, they're chronic (meaning long term) or serious precisely because of inadequate treatment. By only treating the manifestations of disease, not only is the pathology left in-place, but the ongoing treatments (typically drugs) which only manage (mask) the symptoms are a significant toxin load on the body. Through the combined effect of never actually curing your problem—that is, TRULY BEING RID OF IT—and by continually medicating you, or subjecting you to one or more surgeries, you get sicker and sicker. It's a cycle of dependence, where you are the victim and the profession you trust is the benefactor.

Is your doctor evil? No. Is your doctor 'in on it'? Not consciously. They are trained and indoctrinated into a profession which operates very much like a priesthood. In fact, admission to medical schools is deliberately structured to select-in students who are excellent knowledge sponges, but select-out those with superior insight, creativity, and critical thinking. A profession with such blatant inadequacies clearly can't have practitioners who ask too many questions. While it's a highly technical profession, the appearance of which masks the reality that it is more ideology than it is science.

Long ago, they—the powers that (should not) be—realized there is fabulous wealth in managing problems. Even more in deliberately perpetuating them. Even more in causing them! But very little in actually solving problems. This cruel mindset, bereft of compassion and morality, has come to dominate our world, and we are its victims IF WE FAIL TO REALIZE IT, particularly when it comes to our own health. If you see your doctor on a regular basis, if you have been prescribed one or more medications, know that there is almost certainly a better way. Don't endlessly manage it, cure it! But this can never happen through your allopath, who by their training is philosophically bound from addressing the causation of disease. Seek out a practitioner of the appropriate medical philosophy to deal with your issue. This is key: Use the right approach for the right problem. Don't fall for the trope that only Western medicine (allopathy) is scientific or reliable. It can only deal with trauma effectively, and infection to an extent, because this is what allopathy was designed for in the first place. Trust it for most anything outside of this, and you enter the cycle mentioned above.

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