Duh Vinci Code – Cancer Code – for Tasmanian Devils: “Pop” Goes the Universe by the Bible

by | Mar 18, 2018 | Acupuncture Meridian Assessment, History of Medicine, Military Learning

This is my sincere attempt to clarify and/or entangle my two previous separate articles, “Duh Vinci Code for Tasmanian Devils: Cracking the Cancer Code,” and “Enhanced Interrogation Technique for Parasites by a Theoretical Internist: ‘Pop’ goes the Universe.” Superimposed, new thinking and new action become a unifying strategy using enhanced medical interrogation techniques to uncover asymmetric threats of demonic, devilish parasites that can drain health, and even cause some cancers.

70 percent of the wild Tasmanian devil population has disappeared due to a facial tumor that was first recognized in 1996. Tasmanian devils are a large carnivorous marsupial from Australia. Their bite is apparently their Achilles heel, as it feeds them, and also spreads deadly facial cancer among them as they bite each other. If the current rate of decline continues, devils could become extinct in 30 years.

A group of scientists discovered the identity of a contagious, non-viral cancer that kills Tasmanian devils. It originates from cells that normally insulate nerve fibers, called Schwann cells. Geneticists who analyzed the cancer believe that a single devil with cancerous Schwann cells passed them to others (Science, Jan 2010). They initially suspected that a virus might have caused the tumors, but the study published in Science “confirms” that the cancer cells themselves are transmitted devil to devil.

The Human Genome Project was popularized and hyped as the venture that would crack the secret of the life—like the popular book, The Da Vinci Code. The truth is, while there is some targeting of therapies based on genetic traits of certain cancers, such as BRCA mutations or Her2Neu status for breast cancer, and FDA recently approved the first gene-based therapies for certain leukemia’s and lymphomas, there have been no major breakthrough cures for cancer from sequencing DNA.

Fortunately, the emerging field of Epigenetics explains that the environment regulates genetic expression. In other words, our genes are not destiny. It is our environment – called the “exposome” –that determines how genes act, react and interact in an elaborate dance influencing our metabolism.

As for the Tasmanian devil study, let’s call it a “Duh Vinci” moment for cracking the cancer mystery. The study’s authors say the animal’s cancer cells are infectious and contagious. Researcher Anne-Maree Pearse and her colleagues found an infected animal that had a chromosomal abnormality in its non-tumorous cells that did not appear in its tumor cells. This prompted Pearse et al. to write studies for New Scientist and Science News stating that the chromosomal abnormality proves that the tumor cells could not have descended from the animal’s own cells.

The “contagious cancer cell” theory is based on a sketchy observation and speculation. Do cancer cells have the same characteristic as infectious microbes? In the late 19th century and early 20th century, many medical professionals thought infectious organisms caused cancer, and tried to match infectious microbes with types of cancer. We know certain virus and parasites have been associated with cancer. As an example, Epstein-Barr virus has been associated with nasopharyngeal cancer and Burkitt’s lymphoma. Hepatitis B and C viruses have been associated with liver cancer. Certain parasitic flukes are associated with squamous cancer of the bladder and cancer of the liver.

Is it possible that the Tasmanian devil’s cancer cells may be carriers of an unrecognized infectious microbe or parasite, or toxic chemicals? Scientists have been shocked to find high levels of potentially carcinogenic flame retardant chemicals in Tasmanian devils. The Tasmanian devils are telling us if we cannot control unrecognized infectious microbes and environmental toxins, we may have the same fate as them. Reviewers have said that Dan Brown’s book, The Da Vinci Code, makes people think. Science Magazine’s “Duh Vinci” report —is not ready to crack the cancer code.

“Curing the Incurables” by using parasite medications – and having people report recovering from many other chronic health problems – was the most rewarding experience in my medical career when I was deployed in Bolivia as an US Army Reserve medical officer, and worked as an internal medicine physician in St. Louis. Parasites are masters of deception; directly engaged in sneaky, asymmetric biological and psychological warfare with mankind. I have been able to detect some of these parasite problems using acupuncture meridian assessment (AMA), as they do not always show up in stool tests.

Later, I used acupuncture at different points, and also deployed Battlefield Acupuncture developed by radiologist and acupuncturist, Air Force Colonel Richard C. Niemtzow, MD, PHD, MPH. I call this technique, “Enhanced Interrogation Technique for Parasites.” Sometimes, with one pop inserting a needle at just the right acupuncture point, all of a sudden, you can detect parasite activities you could not see few seconds ago: just like a pop, it opens another new dimension of the Universe.

This takes us to Scientific American’s February 2017 piece on Cosmology, “POP goes the Universe,” challenging the prevailing Big Bang Theory. The article is subtitled, “The latest astrophysical measurements, combined with theoretical problems, cast doubt on the long-cherished inflationary theory of the origins of the early cosmos and suggest we need new ideas.” Three theoretical physicists explained that Big Bang inflationary energy is purely a hypothetical theory, and there is no direct evidence that it is accurate. At the end, they concluded that the “big bang” was actually a “big bounce,” and there is no evidence – zero – to say whether the event that occurred 13.7 billion years ago was a big bang or a big bounce.

What does all this mean? I suppose it means anything is possible in the quantum world we live in. If we cannot measure or detect parasites, we cannot treat parasites unless we are open to paradigm shifting non-empirical science that opens up a new dimension – acupuncture meridian assessment (AMA) – and use of enhanced interrogation techniques to uncover new layers of information.

Parasites are evolving and hiding in the globally contaminated toxic environment we live in, at a faster rate than we can adapt. Witness the rise of gut problems, and growing focus on the microbiome – and how changes in the gut impact autoimmunity, neurology and brain function, moods and more. When we don’t know why people are suffering from chronic illness, we often blame genetics, Lyme, viruses, mold and environmental toxins, GMO foods or government conspiracy as our favorite targets. How about the problems that seems impossible to measure reliably, like parasites or dental problems below the detectable level by X-ray? Shall we rely on Medical Medium, a Shaman or Psychic to diagnose when MRI or PET scan fail to diagnosis? Some patients do that out of desperation.

My practice has demonstrated that when you put a color, a laser light, or an acupuncture needle at a right place, there is a dramatic shift in energy fields and you can see and measure hidden problems that you could not see a few seconds before. It is like a “Big Pop” and suddenly, the hidden quantum energy shields are opening up. Call it an Enhanced Medical Interrogation Technique. Next time, I will tell you about using the Bible for unmasking the secret from a dying cancer patient. The Bible works even for a self-proclaimed atheist. Stay tuned on the Bible to pop your mind!