Vitamin D3 and Ultraviolet Therapy

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If I knew that I had cancer of any kind or any other intractable disease, I would think first about detoxification of my blood. Life is in the blood.

I believe that the benefits of ultraviolet therapy—detoxification of the blood—can be received through massive doses of vitamin D3 daily. Even a short-term loading dose of 50,000 units per day for a week should be considered (under medical supervision). It is not toxic but uninformed people will tell you that it is.

The shortest route to blood detoxification would be ultraviolet sterilization. It is also called blood irradiation or photoluminescence. The alternative doctor draws a small amount of blood, places it for a few seconds under UV light and then re-injects it into the patient. The history of this procedure and its success goes back to the 1920s, according to Jonathan V. Wright, M.D.

Now, of course, any alternative success which is not under the controlled medical system is forbidden and risks the medical license of those doctors who actually put their patients’ health first. I myself had photoluminescence treatments and I think they were beneficial to me and others that I witnessed.

The doctor was well aware of the risk from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) et al. He would remove his equipment at night from his office in case of a raid.

Let me inject here that doctors—or anyone else—do not come into conscious reality until and unless they have inquiring minds and never, never cease questioning the modus operandi of "authority." One must always suspect that money and power motivates authority, and the very last thing would be an interest in the welfare of the public.

Now my doctor (can’t reveal his name) was savvy about alternative medicine. I would drive a few hundred miles to see him. But like so many intelligent people, he had a black hole in his thinking. He served a Federal sentence for "failing to file and pay his income tax." He protested his income tax on the grounds of refusing to "support the Vietnam War."

Come now, would any of you have been so foolish? I hope not.

The truth is that the Vietnam War and all wars were and are funded with NOTHING— called fiat. There is no such thing as income tax funding anything. This is the big deception and my good well-meaning doctor went to jail. How sad! I said nothing as this subject goes beyond the parameters of conventional thought. He would not have understood that fiat means that there is no payment, only exchange simulating payment.

As long as we believe that fiat is money, we will be grossly deceived. We cannot know reality.

Bob Livingston

founder of Personal Liberty Digest™, is an ultra-conservative American author and editor of The Bob Livingston Letter™, in circulation since 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.