How turmeric kills cancer and how to optimize curcumin absorption

Tumeric packs a color punch.
Adapted from article by Michael Edwards of Organic Lifestyle Magazine. Article here:

Turmeric is a bright yellow root with a tan skin that is typically used in Middle Eastern, Northern African, and Southeast Asian cuisine. Turmeric is one of the main ingredients in curry spice blends, and it makes a great addition to soups, meats, salads, stir-fry dishes, and more. It’s a versatile herb that enhances the flavor of a great many dishes.

Curcuminoids are the beneficial compounds within turmeric. Specifically, curcumin, one of these specific compounds, is considered to be the most potent, medicinally powerful, cancer-killing component of turmeric. Curcumin helps to detoxify and rejuvenate the liver, reduces negative effects of iron overload (and this is important because iron with sweet wormwood is a powerful cancer killer too), increases antioxidant capacity in the body, regenerates brain cells and improves cognitive function, reduces likelihood of and treats Alzheimer’s, is anti-inflammatory, reduces heart disease risk, reduces depression, and fights premature aging.

read more

Heroin, Crack, Meth Addiction and Vitamin C !

We don’t usually think of Vitamin C when we think of helping people kick addictive drugs. See what you think after you hear this video.

In this 9+ minute video, Dr. Alex Schauss talks about treating meth, cocaine and heroin addicts with large doses of Vitamin C.    The treatment is effective and low in cost.  A win for everybody?  It could be.

Worth a listen. Click here.

read more

Nestlé bottles water–and lots of it–from California’s drought-stricken landscape

One of many rivers in California. A lot of rain fell in the 2016-17 winter, but the drought lingers on.          (photo:
Adapted from an article by Jay Syrmopoulos at The Free Thought Project.

Nestlé Corp,  that big, diverse, multinational company, has been taking more than 60 million gallons of water per year from the San Bernardino National Forest, according to California regulators.  The 60 million gallons amounts to billions of gallons of water stolen over the past 68 years — without any valid basis of right to the water.

A two-year investigation by the California State Water Resources Control Board revealed that Nestlé, which sells water under the Arrowhead brand, lacked the proper permits for the vast majority of the water taken.

read more

A Cintamani Hello


In late June 2017, we set out on a mission to bury some cintamani stones
on and around Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

We were upisland, about 200 km. north of the City of Victoria.  We buried some on one of the Gulf Islands in the middle of the Strait of Georgia.


Less than 24 hours later,  we went for a hike in a provincial park along the beautiful
stretch of water that divides Vancouver Island from mainland British Columbia.

On that clear, blue-sky day,  we were nudged to look up.

read more

Prince Ea: Love and Hip Hop

Article By: Jeffrey Arto 

Photo: Neste Corp.

Music lets us harmoniously bring our souls together with our vessels.   For too long, we have been bombarded with nonsense and crap from popular agents of distortion by the advertising demons of Madison Avenue in New York City.

I stopped listening to mainstream rap (what I consider crap) music around 2006, when I figured out the message behind this music.  At the time, I believe my soul was upgrading to fulfill its contract with Divine Source and somehow I immediately “just knew” how to eradicate the evil system that was in place.  Maybe one of the principles of Prepare For Change and its groups is to bust up all the evil systems.  Perhaps the Prepare for Change groups are actually ”system busters!”

read more