In this issue:


Advanced Clinical Nutrition Seminar
Online version

Alaska Glacier Cruise – 19 Aug

Paris, France – 17 Sept

Vaccine Lecture

Focus OKC – 29 July

Paris, France – 16 Sept

Wales UK – 22 Sept

Chiropractic Philosophy/ Technique
Wales UK – 23 Sept (. . scroll down for details)





6. Excerpt from Vaccination Is Not Immunization, 4th ed.



Advanced Clinical Nutrition

    • Alaska Glacier Cruise – 19 Aug

Paris, France – 17 Sept


The recent weekend event at the San Jose Convention Center was a shock to many of the attendees . And more of a jolt to the few exhibitors who bought booth space, expecting some semblance of health consciousness or fitness in the general ambiance.

No such luck.

It was more of a mutant show, with every erroneous cliché about diet and exercise manifestly misrepresented in booth after booth, aisle after aisle. Reflected by the general physical condition of the most of crowd. Which was predominantly over-medicated, overfed and overdeveloped. FatExpo or Freak Expo would have been far more apt.

What is fitness? Simple definition is the full and unobstructed co-operation between all systems of the body, resulting in glowing health. That would include

    • Total range of motion – Vertebral spine


    • Total range of motion – Joints of extremities


    • Normal weight


    • Normal blood pressure


    • Unobstructed capillary flow


    • Normal to good muscle development


    • Very good cardiovascular endurance


    Mental clarity

What brings fitness about? Another simple list:

    • Regular daily exercise, less than extreme


    • Natural diet of enzyme-rich, unprocessed foods


    • Hydration


    • No drugs or stimulants


    • No smoking, coffee, steroids, or enhancements


    • Stretching


    • Cardiovascular regimen


    Normal sleep

Examples of true fitness were few and far between at this event. You saw almost no one who was truly fit walking around. Abundant and commonplace at every turn however, were specimens of physical limitation, overweight, with bizarre, disproportionate development of isolated muscle groups.

News alert: if your deltoids and pectorals are so apelike that you cannot raise your hand above your shoulder, or you walk with your arms hanging way out to the sides, that is not fitness. That’s a mutation of the human form – a de-selection.

If any muscle groups are so overtaxed that they are not relaxed when at rest, that is not fitness. If abdominals are so overstretched so as to force forward flexion when walking, that is not fitness.

If years have been spent learning to lift the weight of a car overhead, permanently damaging all the discs and ligaments of the spine, that is not fitness. All these are de-evolutionary, creating not fit humans, but circus curiosities.

The many booths offering “healthy” sport drinks and foods were similarly misrepresentative. Herbal speed, caffeine, Ephedra and Ma huang do not confer “energy.” Didn’t we demythologize all this back in the 80s? They’re really buying this again?

Same with the cookies, processed burritos, leaden muffins, etc heavy with hydrogenated oils. Flashy banners, but almost no nutritional background. A total of NONE of the food booths offered truly nutritious and digestible anything, or was the least bit contributory to lean muscle gain or optimal cardio performance.

The general awareness level of nutrition at the event was two full steps below even Safeway consciousness. A Cinnabon booth would have been mobbed.

The most overtly unhealthy aspect for the whole venue however, that hit you right in the face at every turn was the uniformly portly appearance of the majority of the FitExpo crowd, participants and exhibitors alike. It was an environment where you’d keep subconsciously repeating to yourself the differences between overweight and obesity. And wondering exactly where the adjective ‘morbid’ would come in.

Someone should enlighten some of the contestants that freakish sized muscles in one area do not excuse pendulant, muffinlike flab in the rest of the body. Shouldn’t clothes be selected to cover up those excesses, not display them? That’s what everyone is really thinking by the way, just FYI.

Sadly the young women were the among the worst offenders in this masquerade of true fitness. Way too many tacos and Big Macs for these exhibitionist dinner table athletes.

Maybe the truly fit young people were out running or bicycling that day and didn’t feel like paying $40 admission to mill around in an atmosphere of deafening soulless techno music, in a sparse crowd of people on anabolics and RedBull. The din from the battling sound stages was so loud that most of the exhibitors couldn’t converse with the people standing right in front of them. Nonstop.

In sum then, the overall tone for this bait –and –switch weekend was Darwin in reverse – an unsettling eyewitness indictment of the general direction health consciousness is headed for the next generation. The over-vaccinated are growing up; 80s children got 20 vaccines; 2000s kids got 60. Add to that pop dietary myths and lifestyle, and the oxymoronic ‘sports nutrition,’ and voila’ – the result is Fit Expo.

The FitExpo is one of life’s lessons most attendees certainly won’t have to learn again.


Many people over 30 can remember when there was no internet, no Ipads, no cell phones. Or at least when these devices did not dominate the daily lives of most people. Was life poorer then? Were we missing anything?

Back then it wasn’t an option to document every mundane event of daily life, rushing to Share every silly detail with the entire world. All that “extra’ time could be used for actual living. Could be, at least.

Since Political Correctness had yet to be defined, one advantage of the pre-linked age may have been a much wider range of thought and expression. People could actually react to a given situation without first checking with their programming to see how they were supposed to feel.

Remember that?

Not that we were all necessarily smarter and better educated back then. But the range of opinions and personalities was certainly broader, less homogeneous, less crafted by the incessant barrage from viewscreens everywhere, displaying the monodimensional pop narrative. Which has today become set in concrete as the One World mind.

Where did it come from? Who cast the mold?

The One World mind was no accident, but rather the result of decades of planning. Under the tutelage of Edward L Bernays, since 1910 the public relations industry evolved into the very sophisticated science of global media, steadily improving its consistency and exclusivity. ( The Doors of Perception [2].

In 1930 there were only 3 billion people on earth.

By 1974, 4 billion.

Today there are 7 billion.

All those minds need to be herded, right? So would these statistics indicate mathematically that the value of individual human life has dropped significantly?

Axiomatic for the power elite. Bring on the vaccines and chemtrails.

It was inevitable that educational course content and curricula should be affected by the new One World monolith, with the gradual imposition of rigid controls.

What is their primary objective? Control. A leveling effect on children’s minds, to instill an identical view of political correctness, party affiliation, academics, normal behavior, US hegemony, world literature, approved views on science and medicine, etc. The whole package of Orwellian flattening.

Anyone with an opinion that strays from the fold is branded a conspiracy theorist, racist, sexist, terrorist, homophobe, xenophobe, capitalist, extremist, elitist, employable, etc. – pick one from the list of marginalizing labels provided by the One World monkeys. He’s Not Us.

Now the vehicle for introducing this philosophy into American schools is called Common Core.

It’s not even controversial that in the past 2 decades, children have been getting dumber and dumber academically, particularly in math, reading, and writing. By the 2000s, when the % of literate high school graduates was around 50%, the solution of the ‘educators’ was to lower the standards of the exit exam so that it looked as though kids were smarter than they actually were. Educators did this several times at the national level.

They even had a name for it: “re-centering.”

The stage for Common Core was then set: it was decided that we’re just expecting too much to ask that kids be able to read, write, and do math by the time they’re 18. Or know that there are 5 continents or that the Civil War was fought between the North and the South, or that the Bill of Rights even exists… Or the formula for the area of a parallelogram…

Since 2009 then, the glider-like downward trajectory of educational curricula has come to be codified and very clearly elaborated according to Common Core standards. This dismaying agenda is being unrelentingly forced on schools all across the country in an effort to homogenize and cap off not just the academic levels of school achievement, but kids’ imagination, values and attitudes as well.

Why? Big surprise: it’s about money. Obama’s handlers, along with Bill Gates’ foundation, have laid out over $4.3 billion in order to install Common Core as the educational standard in all US primary and secondary school systems. [1.]

Very simply, Common Core is the carrot-on-a-stick for any state that wants federal funding for education. Which is now 45 out of 50. In other words, if you states want our federal money, you have to agree to use Common Core academic standards and handbooks, in place of traditional textbooks and teaching methodologies. Exclusively.

We’ll pay you to worship at our altar. Just agree to participate in data mining and biowristbands for the kids, and whatever else we come up with. It’s easy.

Common Core is problematic by definition. To begin with, it’s illegal. Federal control of schools is against federal law:

USC § 1232a – Prohibition against Federal control of education

    “No provision of any applicable program shall be construed to authorize any department, agency, officer, or employee of the United States to exercise any direction, supervision, or control over the curriculum, program of instruction, administration, or personnel of any educational institution, school, or school system, or over the selection of library resources, textbooks, or other printed or published instructional materials by any educational institution or school system..”


Look at the textbooks and courses demanded by Common Core. Where are the liberal arts – US history, World history, classical history, geography, English composition, languages, trigonometry, science that is independent of CDC or the computer industry? These are college subjects of course, but traditionally there was at least an introduction to them in primary and secondary curricula. No more. No more You Can Be Anything You Want To Be. Now it’s – You Can Be Any of These 8 Things…

Where do vaccines fit into this brave new agenda? Those few enlightened parents opting out of vaccines by Home Schooling may be hit with a double-edged sword:

    • 1. They were cheated out of education for their children, to which they were entitled from years of paying high taxes

2. The advantages of Home School curricula, which generally soar above most public school education, are de-valued by the final tests home school graduates must pass, which are based on Common Core standards.

How does the next election factor into this dialog?

Parents may be surprised to find their home-schooled children suddenly in a far superior academic environment, learning at much higher levels than at public school. Yet when it comes time to take tests for their equivalent diplomas, those exams are restricted to Common Core protocols and course materials.

For this reason it, may be prudent to learn how the individual presidential candidates regard Common Core. How committed is each one to enforcing this radical new experiment in retrograde education. Leave No Child Behind, limit achievement to lowest common denominator, etc. IQ tests? Anathema!

Did we really choose this path?

Control of information extends far beyond the walls of our schools, of course. It oozes out of every screen you see, all day long, from smartphone to ipad to desktop TV screen – even at the gas pump. Consistent and inescapable.

We are becoming like monkeys and apes. Again. For lower primates, if they don’t see it, they don’t know about it.

Today we are all being tracked. Your responses, all your digital interaction, is recorded: the meta-science of Data Mining. Bio-metrics at the airport.

The myths and slogans and shortcuts to thinking that define average consciousness – most of them are reinforced and inculcated visually. On screens. All day, every day. Along with scripted, approved soundtracks. Hypnopedia. It would be fine if the objective were to be an introduction to the subject matter, which would motivate one to further investigation.

But what we have today is that the superficial soundbytes and 3- second clips have themselves BECOME the total content. Rational discourse, critical thinking, imagination, research below the surface, looking for independent sources, investigative journalism, thinking about a topic for more than 60 seconds – are not only rare, but trigger suspicion that we might have — a Doubter. Uh-oh, somebody asking questions. Red alert!

One arena where the one-dimensional collective conscious is clearly evident is the comedy channels. That’s right, comedy. Most contemporary comedians have no content to start with and just recite banal accounts of their recent adventures at a fast food restaurant, or in their backyard perhaps, with just enough bad language to make them seem ‘outrageous’ or ‘zany’… But listen to a few of them, one after the other, and notice how parochial, how identical their values, expressions, education, lack of vocabulary, fear of being accused, how they’re all stamped from the same cookie cutter. No more Robin Williams or Bill Hicks or Sam Kinison coming down the pike any time soon, that’s for certain. Lowest end Common Core-approved comedy only, from here on out. The triumph of mediocrity.

Why is Google now among the top ten lobbies in Washington, spending some $350 million per year? For what? Influence. The right to influence. The power to keep One World views in the forefront of all education and media, and to marginalize anyone who strays from the fold on the proscribed list of enemies.

But always with lip service to free speech, open dialog, upholding science’s living mandate to follow the unvarnished data wherever it may lead…. Masterfully covering its tracks, the One World Mind erases all evidence of coercion to fit into the mold, pretending that anyone is welcome to join the open discussion.

Like the phony ‘open platform’ of Wikipedia, with its committees of invisible proofreaders behind the scenes, who guarantee that any discussion having the slightest bearing on corporate big money issues will not contaminate the pre-assigned point of view.

No legitimate teacher in any school accepts Wikipedia links as references for any research work whatsoever. Why? It’s the epitome of bias and op ed propaganda.

Google is worse. When they first started out, Google was subtle about directing quests for information. That was back in the days of the true Boolean search – remember those? When you could search for exact words and exclude others from the search, and it actually worked?

Today it’s hard to even find the Advanced Search option at all. What happened to it? Too risky. Too much chance that an original, spontaneous thought might emerge, without pre-authorization. Or that an unfiltered fact might be uncovered, at odds with the approved view. Today we’re going to give you a million pasteurized references to your searchword in .4 seconds, the top 5 being straight off wikipedia. And today’s search algorithm won’t even combine the keywords you typed in– any one of them is good enough. So the results come up in an almost random order, practically useless.

The finished work based on these random sources becomes increasingly pointless and ill-informed. The clueless writer started nowhere, had no particular premise, and ends up nowhere.

All this reinforces the declining intuition and cognition ubiquitous throughout the culture. No wonder movies are now made for the retarded by the inarticulate. Nothing else will sell. Vaxxed can’t make it into multiplexes, not because it isn’t authoritative enough, but because it requires a little analytical thinking that challenges the Common Core of what Everybody Believes. It’s a new idea. Makes you think about something you thought you’ve known the answer to all your life. No time for evaluation based on evidence.

Same with the Coen Brothers’ recent masterpiece Hail Caesar. It was too good to succeed. People want to see Adam Sandler or Jack Black make us even dumber.

So follow up. Some of you already know much more than this about Common Core and understand exactly what is being hinted at here. But for those of you who do not, let this be an invitation to investigate further the latest sinister betrayal of the human spirit, intellectual freedom, and the esthetics of literature: Common Core. A threat to the future of human intelligence, to the time when your kids will be your age.

“I am gross and perverted
I’m obsessed ‘n deranged
I ‘ve existed for years
But very little has changed
I’m the tool of the Government
And industry too
For I am destined to rule
And regulate you
I may be vile and pernicious
But you can’t look away
I make you think I’m delicious
With the stuff that I say
I’m the best you can get
Have you guessed me yet?
I’m the slime oozin’ out
From your TV set

You will obey me while I lead you
And eat the garbage that I feed you
Until the day that we don’t need you
Don’t go for help . no one will heed you
Your mind is totally controlled
It has been stuffed into my mold
And you will do as you are told
Until the rights to you are sold

Well, I am the slime from your video …”

– composer Frank Zappa (currently de-composing)
  I Am The Slime


1. The Whole Story on Common Core

The whole story on Common Core

2. The Doors of Perception: Why Americans Will Believe Almost Anything


But what about all that sugar, they ask over and over, refusing to learn the difference between simple and complex carbohydrates. Patiently explained in detail in the chapter Sugar – The Sweet Thief of Life. They’d rather believe canned wiki-myths than do 10 minutes research outside the knuckle-dragging websites that pretend people get diabetes from orange juice, ignoring the rest of their weekly intake.

Can’t expect to make progress without casting out your old illusions. Every time someone who is afraid of orange juice aggravating their diabetes is questioned about their lifestyle, they’ll admit to loads of sensitizing refined CHO allergenic food in their everyday diet. Like clockwork.

It’s about enzymes. And Minerals . And suspension in organic juice maximizing bioavailability at the cellular level. See chapter.

So if you want to get some of the dramatic results chronicled in the Collagen testimonials, take exactly as prescribed: two jars, 2 – 4 tablespoons per day, blended in juice, every single day till the jars are empty. That;’s what it takes to try collagen.

That’s what all those people did.



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Met a patient in Ventura last week who’s been having almost constant lower neck pain for the past 6 months. She noticed it after an intense workout.

Tried “everything.” Right.

Adjusted her very easily and everything exploded into place. Immediate relief, never before experienced. You know the story.

Needed a follow up, of course, since I don’t live there. So 20 minutes away is the most saturated town in the world for DCs. Literally.

I know many docs in this area, but couldn’t remember having been adjusted by any of them. This patient needed a traditional osseous adjustment – light, quick, specific.

Took me a week of calling every DC in the area to find someone who would even try to attempt something as fundamental as this basic adjustment.

What are they putting out there in the field for $250K? What do the grads think their job is?

What’s the point of the story? That it only took a week to find someone who knew the word subluxation? In today’s clueless world, that’s not bad.

With the skill set and training of most of today’s DCs, looking for any reason not to adjust, what chance did this poor patient really have on her own? Tell me I’m wrong. Tell me where these skills are taught and where patients can find a traditional chiropractor who respects the legacy of the past century. Oh you know a guy? Alert the media.

These traditional principles of our Lost Art are the subject matter of the our UK workshops
coming up in England this Fall. More info here.

Two kinds of doctors might benefit from such an event.

First, recent graduates who were told that subluxation suddenly no longer exists because the schools forgot what it was since 2010, when they all signed an agreement defining subluxation as the common purpose of the profession. Now it’s the best kept secret in Europe.

Then they suddenly changed their mind somehow. It’s no longer OK to have the original insight and knowledge about chiropractic that has enabled the profession to survive for the past century.

So the new students are very confused. They know they should be learning to do something, but they don’t know what. They knew they should have learned some unique professional skill in school, but somehow they never got around to it. So now here they are in practice, out there practicing… what? Not sure.

Second, are the experienced DCs who by some twist of fate have discovered the power of the adjustment, and realize their place in the health professions, exactly what service chiropractors are supposed to be offering people. And they can adjust, some of them very well.

But the concept of mastery has occurred to them and they want to refine their adjusting skills, willing to go anywhere just to learn one more move or to make one little correction in a move they already know, or perhaps to have a new technique demonstrated.

The idea of hands-on in a technique seminar is an alien concept today. I have a friend who teaches technique in a California school who was fired for adjusting a student in class! Posology. Is that all you get for 4 years of your life these days? And all that money?

Come to Wales in September for a look at actual, day-to-day, clinical chiropractic adjusting that you’re going to start using the following Monday in your office!


7. Wondering about vaccines? The most reliable source for parents:

fourth edition of
Vaccination Is Not Immunization



With all the attention on MMR vaccine because of the new movie Vaxxed, we tend to forget that there are many other problems with vaccines that are just as serious in themselves:

Some of the topics covered in the new edition:

– the fundamentals of the new measles marketing explosion
– why the 2014 Ebola hype came and went so quickly
– what happens when the federal government takes over vaccine research from actual scientists
– the new US schedule of 69 vaccines for kids
– evidence why 54% of US children already have a chronic disease
– reservoirs for disease: the vaccinated or the unvaccinated?
– motivated vaccine investors: Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg
– the science behind individual vaccines

– much more

210 pages, almost 300 references. Every fact verified, every statistic sourced. Open challenge for debate.

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Excerpt from Vaccination Is Not Immunization, fourth edition:
“In the 1970s, herpes simplex virus was proposed as a possible cause, but that hypothesis was soon abandoned after epidemiological studies proved inconclusive. In the 1980s the next candidate suggested as the missing link was human papilloma virus. [285]

Before we continue, a word here about epidemiological studies.


also called population studies, are the poor cousin of true clinical trials. They are not controlled studies done under set scientific conditions, but rather attempts at verifying a hypothesis by counting the incidence of a certain disease within a certain population. The problem is that results from epidemiological studies are subject to widespread interpretation, depending on who’s doing the counting, who decides the criteria for what gets counted, who publishes the results, etc. For this reason, epidemiological studies can be used to prove two opposite hypotheses. Simply put,

“Epidemiological studies are intrinsically unable to uncover causal mechanisms” [61, Deth]

In the exploding vaccine industry today, epidemiological studies are quickly becoming the standard to validate our need for more vaccines, because they’re faster, cheaper, and capable of supporting practically any required outcome.

So once herpes was ruled out, the new population studies then proposed human papilloma virus as a cause of cervical cancer, since that vaccine was in development.

The first problem is that there are over 100 strains of HPV, only a few of which are even theoretically linked with cervical cancer. [260] In addition, HPV is present in at least half the normal population, (CDC) [260] almost never causing any disease or problems whatsoever. Indeed, HPV has never been conclusively proven as the sole pathogen for any disease….”

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