Big Whack Theory: Invasion of Parasites, Bacteria, Virus, and Fungus

by | Mar 16, 2014 | Acupuncture Meridian Assessment, History of Medicine, Military Learning, Parasites/Fungi

Have you ever heard of the Big Whack Theory? Most people have heard of the Big Bang Theory to explain the creation of the universe 13.8 billion years ago. The Big Bang Theory was developed in 1929 based on Edwin Hubble’s observation that the distance far away galaxies were moving away from each other was strongly correlated with their Doppler’s redshifts. It has been a darling scientific achievement, widely accepted within the scientific community and the public.

George Lemaitre, a Belgian physicist and Roman Catholic priest first proposed what became the Big Bang theory. Hubble proved Lemaitre’s theory and Hubble got the credit with Hubble’s Law about the expansion of the universe. The Hubble telescope was named after him.

But, what is the Big Whack Theory? It is a new theory developed in the 1970s to explain the origin of the Moon. The Big Whack Theory has never been widely known or acknowledged within the scientific community or the public, while the Big Bang Theory has been taught at school as a matter of fact.

On September 25, 1997, the Los Angeles Times science section covered the story of the ‘Big Whack’ Theory of how the Moon was formed. This leading theory of how the moon was created explains that a powerful collision, dubbed the “Big Whack”, about 4.5 billion years ago, of an object more massive than Mars, slammed into the infant Earth so hard that its iron core plunged to the center of our planet.

Some of this rock, the theory goes, went skittering into orbits as extremely hot vapor and other debris. Eventually, the vapor cooled and condensed into a spinning disk and eventually clumped up to form the moon in a very short period of time, as little as a year.

For every theory, there are counter arguments. How can one explain the time before the Big Bang? The Big Bang was preceded by a Big Crunch, another theory, and the Universe endlessly cycles from one process to the other. Roger Penrose of Oxford states that the Big Bang, in which the visible universe began, was not actually the beginning of everything that we know of as our universe. It was merely the latest example of a series of such bangs that renew reality when it is getting tired out. He thinks that the pre-Big Bang past has left an imprint on the present that can be detected and analyzed. For more details, you may read my article, “Disappearance of the Universe as We Know It for WIMPS: What If Cancer Patient Doesn’t Really have Cancer?”

Why am I bringing up the Big Whack theory and the Big Bang theory? The Big Whack theory may sound more amusing but it has more scientific evidence than the Big Bang theory. Even more fascinating is that the Big Whack Theory was already documented several thousand years ago in Sumerian clay tablets. Zecharia Sitchin, a Russian Jewish scholar who can read ancient Hebrew, Sumerian, and Akkadian, translated Sumerian clay texts in his book, 12th Planet, offering the explanation of the solar system. How is it possible that ancient Sumerians already knew what modern scientists are just figuring out about our solar system? You can explore by reading his book, 12th Planet.

I have my own idea of the Big Whack Theory. It is not about our solar system but how to treat parasites. When I give a lecture on parasites and how to treat them, physicians ask why I use such a high dose of parasite medications for a longer period of time. They had lots of side effects with much smaller doses of parasite medications and are concerned about high doses of medications.

One of the biggest mistakes using the dose based on PDR (Physicians’ Desk Reference) is that it may not be a lethal dose to kill parasites. Partially injured parasites start moving around the body looking for a safe place to hide and cause much greater side effects unless you give a high lethal dose to kill them. I call the idea the Big Whack Theory on parasites which is based on my own empirical experiences during my U.S. Army peacekeeping mission in Bolivia in 2001.

Higher doses of combinations of parasite medications often give fewer side effects than using low dose parasite medications. The US Army Combat Casualty Care Course (C4) dictates that, “Superior Fire Power is the Best Preventive Medicine.” If you use a low dose of parasite medications, you might be engaged in a Whack a Mole game of never ending hide and seek.

Parasites are global problems, spreading and engaged in an asymmetric warfare against mankind. We need to solve parasite problems with an unconventional approach based on Acupuncture Meridian Assessment which is based on biophysics. It is more important to understand why we are overlooking parasite problems by understanding the environmental toxins and biological terrain that promote parasites to grow and spread.

The ultimate goal is prevention before parasites become out of control. Invasion of the parasites are already manifesting for many unrecognized hidden epidemic health problems and only a few physicians are aware of the situation. When you can track, monitor, and get rid of parasites with a big whack high doses of parasite medications, it is so much easier to control bacterial, viral, and fungal problems that accompany parasites. This is my Big Whack Theory on invasion of the parasites, bacteria, virus, and fungus.