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Germs: The Myth

June 28, 2011 by  

This is my old, favorite subject. I was drawn to it in the beginning because everybody believes “germs” spread sickness and disease. But I know that “what everybody believes” is wrong.

It has been proven, without any doubt, that germs do not cause illness. Instead, they are part of the healing process. They are not contagious.

Taking medication is useless.

If germs are contagious and if they will cause sickness and spread death, everybody on Earth would have been dead since the Black Death plague.

When we get sick, we have an error in our immune system — possibly from our diet, like consuming too much sugar.

We didn’t “catch” something. Notice that not everybody “catches” it.

Now, let’s reason: Who do we think gains from the germ myth? Of course, the pharmaceuticals.

Can we even imagine how many trillions of dollars they have sucked out of Americans for useless and dangerous vaccines and so-called immunizations? The most recent example was the swine flu, or H1N1.

They have cooked, pasteurized and ruined our healthy raw milk because of the germ phobia. And on and on.

Bob Livingston

is an ultra-conservative American and author of The Bob Livingston Letter™, founded in 1969. Bob has devoted much of his life to research and the quest for truth on a variety of subjects. Bob specializes in health issues such as nutritional supplements and alternatives to drugs, as well as issues of privacy (both personal and financial), asset protection and the preservation of freedom.

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  • Allen Coniglio

    In my opinion, it is more likely that if there is a terrain that will support germs, they will flourish and produce symptoms of disease. If the terrain will not support them, they will not. It is much like the situation with flies and garbage. If there is no garbage, i.e., a food source, the flies will not arrive to consume it, feed on it, and reproduce so that there will be more flies to eat the garbage. If the garbage is cleaned up, the flies will soon disappear. It is the same with germs. Clean up the diet, clean up the body, clean up the mind, the heart and soul, and the body will cast off the germs who are feeding on the already dis-eased conditions in the body and will not produce more replications of themselves. I believe there IS a contagion factor. Those who are already dis-eased with a propensity toward attracting the scavenger bacteria to feed on that particular dis-ease pattern will attract those bacteria and will produce the characteristic symptoms of a particular dis-ease. Killing the bacteria with antibiotics is not a cure. Cleaning out the dis-ease and reordering the body, mind, and soul will be a cure. “Go now and sin no more lest a further disease overtake you”, said Jesus. He was right. He was always right. In homeopathy, there is what is called a “maintaining cause” which is a condition, behavior, or pattern which must be corrected or the individual will continue to be “reinfected”, that is, to reacquire and provide fuel for the continuation of the disease. Thus, you are partially right: the bacteria are part of the cure but the cure can also kill you if you do not take out the trash from the body.

  • dan

    I’d like to see some documentation of this. As an EMT and a Paramedic student, I have something of a professional interest in germ theory, and medicine in general. When you say “It has been proven, without any doubt, that germs do not cause illness.” Who proved it? How did they prove it? Why shouldn’t I doubt them? and where can I review their research to decide if they’re onto something or if it’s hogwash?

    I eagerly await your reply.

  • Eleanor

    Excuse me!!!!!!there are good germs and bad germs??????DUH?????You have to have more good germs than bad germs.SO the good can kill off the bad!!!!E

  • Eleanor

    To Allen Coniglio,in response to your reply about Jesus telling the people to go and sin no more,you have to know what he was talking about.he was talking to the people about food.they weren’t allowed to eat certain foods ,as it was a sin.E


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