It may be my opinion, but I think there is a message in the media if we look hard enough. Armed with the information that I have found on alternative news sites, such as NaturalNews.com and Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, and other competing sites, I have become informed about the medical and pharmaceutical corporate domination of western medicine.
I have completed several courses toward a Ph.D. in psychology and other healing modalities and have learned to read the facts as presented from a variety of sources, instead of relying on just one major socially accepted way of thinking.
When I found what looked like a really great natural healing book in a used book store called, "The Cure of All Diseases", I read over what appears to have some great tips on healing and health by Hulda Regehr Clark.
Although I know her book is quite strict in her guidelines, such as never have a kitty litter box in your house due to the parasites they contain, I have decided to try some of the methods she has explained.
In writing this article I wanted to be considerate enough to have looked up the meaning of what parasites are to explain them to my readers. In searching what we know as a major corporation's search engine called Google, what came up in the top results was the article, Cat Parasite Affects Everything We Say And Do.
Parasites can cause "serious infections". It was a serious article I thought, and at first I couldn't believe it, but then I thought I better read it. This title was too jolting to let go by the wayside and I continued to read it's humorous and profoundly silly story about the author's finding the hypothesis that parasites do effect human behavior, and even human speech, all from a cat parasite.
The article is a complete spoof, it was meant to be funny, but with the title I became somewhat alarmed. After all, I was reading the dangers of parasites that might be on my cat and what this might do to my health, so to read the title "Cat Parasite Affects Everything We Say And Do" was an alarming and confusing title.
Why hadn't we been warned about this before? I thought. It turns out we didn't have to be warned. The author of the article jokes that a parasite in your brain "might want to be transmitted to a cat" and that a parasite might change the behavior of humans and make them say things they wouldn't normally say. It was all a joke, but I wondered about how he got so high in the ratings that his article got onto ABC News, and then I began thinking if there was some darker meaning going on here.
Getting back to the book I was reading and Ms. Hulda Clark who wrote "The Cure for All Diseases" and her chapter on cat parasites; I wondered how the big world of the markets and Wall St. would react if such a book really took off and made the public alter their behavior when it came to medical treatments. Would that not make the pharmaceutical markets drop? It would be dreadful if the public as a whole refused to go along with the medical treatment that was now dominating the western world.
Fun entertainment or subliminal war against the natural health industry?
Do you see where this is going?
To give major media voice to a stupid spoof about how cats carrying parasites was a huge joke and not to worry about by the article published on the big ABC News outfit, where CEOs and other major media conglomerates probably have large chemical or medical stock, they would naturally want to protect their holdings so tell their audience not to worry about those tiny parasites that jump onto cats and tell them what to do.
However, Hulda Clark may feel differently about the profit-seeking motives of the huge journalistic monopolies and what they tell their news audience. After all, the spoof of her naturopathic work was found on ABC's News site.
Upon further investigation, taking the side of Hulda Clark, I read her profound opening statements that she had been given her doctorate degree in physiology, her anturopathic doctorate degree, and founded "an electronic technique for scanning the human body" which would cure many major diseases through a home-made electromagnetic healing energy device.
Getting back to the ABCNews article which has "DyeHard/story?" as part of its website URL address (seen here: http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/DyeHard/story?id=2288095&page=1) it seems to want to imply that parasites on animals are nothing to worry about. Don't pay attention to natural healers like the Hulda Clark's of the world. The dye has been cast, this home-remedy doctor won't go away, it is rumor being created by this parasite-fighting doctor. Or, This is casting our dye as one way of ridiculing this doctor so no one will want to buy her electromagnetic device that can cure illnesses and diseases caused by parasitic invaders. It reminds me of The Wizard of Oz and how there really is a little, evil, terrifying man behind the curtain saying: Don't pay attention to that book that Dr. Hulda Clark published. It is only spoof material. Do not believe the trash that the Hulda Clark's of the world write about. It only hurts our profit motives.
What a world we live in. We have a major media conglomerate joking that parasites are nothing to worry about, whereas a lady wrote some natural healing related books explaining the dangers of even parasites to our health. It's the opposite message. After all, getting sick from parasites could cause us to need a doctor's appointment, driving business to our pharmaceutical/chemical companies.
This disparity should be carefully paid attention to. I am mad about that.