There are a few good reasons to use two coils instead of a single coil, such as;
Sharing a session with someone else who is working on the same issue. Makes for “double duty” of the machine and is much less boring when you have company.
Hitting two different targeted areas without having to move the coil. This is especially useful if you are doing your PEMF session while sleeping, but even while awake, like when you are watching a movie, it means you don’t have to pay attention to when your session changes from one issue to another or interrupt what you’re watching.
For working on metabolic issues, like improved blood circulation, two coils spread the magnetic field over more of your body.
Two coils opposing each other (e.g.: one beside your abdomen on the left and on the right, or one on either side of your knee) produce a stronger magnetic field and puts that area of your body in the strongest part of the magnetic field.
That last one…Really? Well, let’s examine that. It will involve some math, but I promise, it will be easy math.
First, some basics.
In nature, everything has a “resistance” to the flow of electricity (current) through it. Some things are so resistant to the flow of electricity that it cannot get through unless it’s in very large amounts, like glass or rubber. These are called insulators. At the other end of the spectrum, you may have heard of work being done to create a “super conductor”. This is creating a structure that approaches zero resistance…and is extremely hard to do.
The “resistance” to the flow of electricity is measured in Ohms (named for German physicist and mathematician Georg Simon Ohm [March 16, 1789 – July 6, 1854 C.E.] who conducted research in electricity in 1826 and 1827, publishing the results that came to be known as Ohm’s Law in 1827).
The flow of electricity itself is referred to as “current” and is measured in Amperes (named after André-Marie Ampère (1775–1836), French mathematician and physicist, considered the father of electromagnetism).
Now we need one more thing to have an electrical system. Something to force the electricity to flow. It’s called the “potential difference”, or voltage, and is measured in volts (named after the Italian physicist Alessandro Volta [1745–1827]).
Ohm’s Law describes the relationship between these three key physical quantities: voltage, current, and resistance. It represents that the current is proportional to the voltage across two points, with the constant of proportionality being the resistance.
This is expressed with the equation:
R = V / I
R represents the resistance of the conductor in ohms,
V represents the voltage measured across the conductor in volts, and
I represents the electrical current in units of amperes.
The voltage output from the amplifier at a given frequency and volume setting is constant. Each coil has a set amount of resistance based on the properties of the wire used to make the coil. The resistance of each coil is constant, but we can double that by adding the second coil to the system.
We can write Ohm’s Law in another way so that we can better visualize what happens to the current if we double the resistance when the voltage is constant:
V = IR
According to the formula above, if the resistance (R) doubles by adding a second coil to the system, then the current (I) would have to be ½ compared to the system using a single coil in order for the voltage to remain constant. It’s not that the current is splitting with half going to each coil, it’s that the overall system current is half because of the doubled resistance of the two coils.
That was pretty easy math, right? It will get a little harder, but not much.
Here is the formula for the magnetic field strength of a coil:
B is the magnetic field strength (measured in tesla, which can be converted to gauss by dividing by 10,000).
N is the number of turns in the coil (how many times the wire circles the coil).
µ sub o is the permeability in free space of the coil’s core (this is a constant that has been well established which varies depending on the core material, in our case, air).
I is the current going through the coil in amperes.
R is the radius of the coil. (Don’t confuse this with the R for resistance in Ohm’s Law above.)
You could calculate the formula if you want, but you don’t even need to do that to see there is a relationship between N and I with B (we are not concerned with µ sub o because it is a constant). If the value of N goes up, so does the resulting value of B. Likewise, if the value of I goes up, B goes up. You can test this out by filling in “easy math” numbers and calculate the resulting B, then increase the N value and recalculate to see what happens to B. Likewise, any of the other values can be increased or decreased (except for µ sub o because it’s a constant!) to see what happens to B and see the relationship of the various values. To create a high magnetic field strength, you must have high current (I) and/or a large number of turns (N). If your current is low, you must have an even greater number of turns to make up for it, and vice versa.
Now, let’s go back and review our first equation with some real numbers.
Remember, V = IR.
The resistance of a single coil is .8 ohms, and assuming we are driving the system at the highest currency the coil’s wire will carry, we use 20 amperes for the current. This results in —
V = 20 * .8
V = 16 volts
From here forward, we can now use the constant of 16 volts to see what happens when we add the second coil. Our two coil formula would be –
16 = I * (.8 + .8)
I = 10 amperes
Look at that, one half of the system current a single coil yields!
Now we put that understanding in the magnetic field strength formula and find that N, the number of turns, doubles by adding the second coil but I, the current, is cut in half resulting in no change to B.
Ah, but wait…
There’s something I haven’t told you, and it will make all the difference.
.8 ohms is too low of a resistance for the amplifier, which needs a minimum of 1 ohm. To rectify that, we added .5 ohms of resistors inside the chassis giving the single coil system a total resistance of 1.3 ohms, comfortably above the amplifier’s minimum requirement.
Now, if we go back and add that factor to Ohm’s Law for a single coil system we get –
16 = I * (.8 + .5)
I = 12.307 amperes
Let’s compare that to the two coil system –
16 = I * (.8 + .8 + .5)
I = 7.619 amperes
Notice the current of the two coil system is well over half that of the one coil system.
Now we can revisit our formula for magnetic field strength
and see that when we add the second coil we double the number of turns N but we don’t cut the current I in half, resulting in B being a higher value, making it a stronger magnetic field strength. Running with two coils in close proximity to each other actually produces a stronger magnetic field than running just one coil!
This is the first benefit for using two coils.
Now, for the second benefit…
In an electromagnetic coil, the very strongest magnetic field strength is right in the center of the coil, both in the center of the circle the coil forms and in the thickness of the coil. It’s what we call the “sweet spot” and is why we make our coils as large as we do…so you can put body parts through it so that body part is in the sweet spot, or area of highest magnetic field strength.
Now imagine two coils stacked together, magnetically acting as a single thicker coil. The sweet spot is in the center of the circle and the center of the stack, right where the two coils meet. As the coils are separated, the sweet spot starts to elongate while remaining between the two coils. This sweet spot will continue to stretch and weaken between the coils while two spots, at the center of each coil start to regain their strength until at some point of separation the spot between the coils is reduced to ambient strength while the two growing sweet spots regain their full strength and they once again act like two independent coils. How far must they separate to no longer have a sweet spot between them? Not very far, but farther than a body is thick. That means when you have one coil on each side of you oriented flat to your body, the sweet spot is in the core of your body rather than off to one side like it is when a single coil is used.
By Julie Nichols – Just to let you know, this article came out of some research I did for an ELEMENT Elite user. It’s typical of the depth of research I do for users, but this subject touches so many people I felt publishing the information as an article was appropriate.
Having a strong, well-functioning immune system will help you ward off, or overcome disease. Understanding the immune system and how it works will allow you to enhance it, build or rebuild it, and create the foundation for continued work on other issues you are dealing with. So, let’s take a closer and comprehensive look at the immune system.
Most people don’t realize it, but the immune system really has two parts:
The first part is an innate immune system that you are born with and is a prerequisite and foundation for building the second part.
The second part is the adaptive immune system, which you build upon that foundation over time when your body is exposed to microbes or chemicals released by microbes.
The immune system is spread throughout the body and involves many types of cells, organs, proteins, and tissues. Crucially, it can distinguish our tissue from foreign tissue — self from non-self. Dead and faulty cells are also recognized and cleared away by the immune system.
Here are the major areas in the body where the immune system resides:
Adenoids. Two glands located at the back of the nasal passage.
Bone marrow. The soft, spongy tissue found in bone cavities.
Lymph nodes. Small organs shaped like beans, which are located throughout the body and connect via the lymphatic vessels.
Lymphatic vessels. A network of channels throughout the body that carries lymphocytes to the lymphoid organs and bloodstream.
Peyer’s patches. Lymphoid tissue in the small intestine.
Spleen. A fist-sized organ located in the abdominal cavity.
Thymus. Two lobes that join in front of the trachea behind the breastbone.
Tonsils. Two oval masses in the back of the throat.
In more detail…
White blood cells are also called leukocytes. They circulate in the body in blood vessels and the lymphatic vessels that parallel the veins and arteries.
White blood cells are on constant patrol and looking for pathogens. When they find a target, they begin to multiply and send signals out to other cell types to do the same.
Our white blood cells are stored in different places in the body, which are referred to as lymphoid organs. These include the following:
Thymus — The thymus is a specialized primary lymphoid organ of the immune system. Within the thymus, Thymus cell lymphocytes or T cells mature. T cells are critical to the adaptive immune system, where the body adapts specifically to foreign invaders.
Spleen — Similar in structure to a large lymph node, the spleen acts primarily as a blood filter and plays an important role in regard to red blood cells and the immune system. It removes old red blood cells and holds a reserve of blood–which can be valuable in case of hemorrhagic shock–and also recycles iron.
Bone marrow — the primary site of new blood cell production or hematopoiesis. It is composed of hematopoietic cells, marrow adipose tissue, and supportive stromal cells. In adults, bone marrow is primarily located in the ribs, vertebrae, sternum, and bones of the pelvis. Bone marrow comprises approximately 5% of total body mass in healthy adults.
Lymph nodes — the major sites of lymphocytes that include B and T cells. Lymph nodes are important for the proper functioning of the immune system, acting as filters for foreign particles including cancer cells, but have no detoxification function.
There are two main types of leukocyte:
These cells surround and absorb pathogens and break them down, effectively eating them. There are several types, including:
Neutrophils — (also known as neutrocytes or heterophils) are the most abundant type of granulocytes and make up 40% to 70% of all white blood cells in humans. They form an essential part of the innate immune system. They are formed from stem cells in the bone marrow and differentiated into subpopulations of neutrophil-killers and neutrophil-cagers. They are short-lived and highly motile, or mobile, as they can enter parts of tissue where other cells/molecules cannot.
Monocytes — the largest type of leukocyte and can differentiate into macrophages and myeloid lineage dendritic cells. As a part of the vertebrate innate immune system monocytes also influence the process of adaptive immunity.
Macrophages — a type of white blood cell of the immune system that engulfs and digests cellular debris, foreign substances, microbes, cancer cells, and anything else that does not have the type of proteins specific to healthy body cells on its surface in a process called phagocytosis.
Mast cells — although best known for their role in allergy and anaphylaxis, mast cells play an important protective role as well, being intimately involved in wound healing, angiogenesis, immune tolerance, defense against pathogens, and vascular permeability in brain tumors.
Lymphocytes help the body to remember previous invaders and recognize them if they come back to attack again.
Lymphocytes begin their life in bone marrow. Some stay in the marrow and develop into B lymphocytes (B cells), others head to the thymus and become T lymphocytes (T cells). These two cell types have different roles:
B lymphocytes — produces antibodies and help alert the T lymphocytes.
T lymphocytes — destroys compromised cells in the body and help alert other leukocytes.
How an immune response works
B lymphocytes secrete antibodies that lock onto antigens.
The immune system needs to be able to tell self from non-self. It does this by detecting proteins that are found on the surface of all cells. It learns to ignore its own, or self, proteins at an early stage.
An antigen is any substance that can spark an immune response.
In many cases, an antigen is a bacterium, fungus, virus, toxin, or foreign body. But it can also be one of our own cells that is faulty or dead. Initially, a range of cell types work together to recognize the antigen as an invader.
The role of B lymphocytes
Once B lymphocytes spot the antigen, they begin to secrete antibodies (antigen is short for “antibody generators”). Antibodies are special proteins that lock on to specific antigens.
Each B cell makes one specific antibody. For instance, one might make an antibody against the bacteria that cause pneumonia, and another might recognize the common cold virus.
Antibodies are part of a large family of chemicals called immunoglobulins, which play many roles in the immune response:
Immunoglobulin G (IgG) — marks microbes so other cells can recognize and deal with them.
IgM — is expert at killing bacteria.
IgA — congregates in fluids, such as tears and saliva, where it protects gateways into the body.
IgE — protects against parasites and is also to blame for allergies.
IgD — stays bound to B lymphocytes, helping them to start the immune response.
Antibodies lock onto the antigen, but they do not kill it, only mark it for death. The killing is the job of other cells, such as phagocytes.
There are distinct types of T lymphocytes, each having a role:
Helper T cells (Th cells) — they coordinate the immune response. Some communicate with other cells, and some stimulate B cells to produce more antibodies. Others attract more T cells or cell-eating phagocytes.
Killer T cells (cytotoxic T lymphocytes) — as the name suggests, these T cells attack other cells. They are particularly useful for fighting viruses. They work by recognizing small parts of the virus on the outside of infected cells and destroy the infected cells.
Because of the importance of free-flowing cells in PEMF or Plasma (aka true Rife) it is important to run circulation frequencies first. It’s even more important to be well hydrated. Some beneficial spices and herbs to use are garlic, ginger, rosemary, oregano, thyme, cinnamon and turmeric. Good quality liposomal or Esther vitamin c, vitamin b complex and vitamin d (especially if you are low in those last two), and critical minerals like zinc and magnesium. Milk thistle can help with elimination, and elderberry is good for immune support. Good sleep is really important, so if you are not sleeping well you should run insomnia right after circulation, before immune frequencies. Your immune system likes it when you get exercise, rebounding is valuable. If you have pain issues and can’t do regular exercise look into the program Sit To Be Fit.
Immune system frequencies should not be run daily, they should be run every third or fourth day.
You will find that western medicine will tell you there is nothing you can really do aside from good sleep and exercise to benefit your immune system. But this is not taking into consideration that the organs of elimination need as much support as they can get through this process, so you want to consider what is best for your lymph system, in particular your spleen, thymus, liver, intestine and kidneys. You will always want to make sure that your bowels flow properly. There are frequencies available in FreX16, or the CAFL for this purpose.
The following is from Nenah Sylver’s book,
The Rife Handbook of Frequency Therapy and Holistic Health.
“Immune system function, to normalize/support.
There is a difference between stimulating immune function and regulating it. stimulating increases the number of immune cells and intensifies their activity. Regulating supports immune cells so they behave as they should, if the immune response is hyperactive or hypervigilant, the treatment will soothe it (slow it down), and if the immune response is hypoactive or sluggish, that same treatment will make it work harder (speed it up). This distinction is important because someone with an autoimmune disorder whose immune function is already in overdrive… will become worse if the immune cells are stimulated. In such a case, it is desirable to normalize (rather than stimulate) the system. Normalizing calms hyperactivity and boosts hypoactivity. This is why it’s so important to distinguish between the two forms of therapy. Unfortunately, people sometimes use the term “boost” regarding immune function when what they really mean is “regulate”. (Incidentally, there are only a handful of herbs that regulate- calm hyperactivity and boost hypoactivity. They are known as adaptogenic herbs).”
Here’s a link to a website that gives more details about adaptogenic herbs:
Another thing that she recommends is transfer factor powder.
“Transfer Factor. Transfer factors are the tiny immunity molecules found in the colostrum of a nursing mammal for only a couple of days before the actual milk flows. The typical immune response works in the following way. First, properly working immune cells identify the pathogen as a threat. Next, they devitalize and eliminate the pathogen. Finally, they remember the pathogen so it can be abolished in the future. Transfer factor molecules are part of the immune response. By transferring information from cell to cell, transfer factors teach new cells, creating a strong immune system that can withstand infectious diseases. This is why medical studies show that babies who nurse have much better lifetime protection from infection and disease than those who do not nurse.”
If you’re interested in learning about colostrum (a rich fluid of transfer factors that support and encourage the immune response) the following link is interesting…
Dr. Sylver also says a major weakener of the body’s immune function is toxins, and to see the many entries (in her book) under Chemical poisoning / Detoxification as well as frequencies under the lymphatic system.
Note: if you have Lyme disease you have to be very careful stimulating your immune system as it can cause a Herxheimer reaction.
It should be noted that the frequency lists don’t indicate the amount of time for each frequency. Almost all lists, FreX16, and my other sources say 5 minutes per frequency. My years of study on the subject gives me the feeling they are all defaulting to a “safe” bet. My personal experience in running other PEMF frequency sets, such as blood circulation, neuropathy, sciatica, and others even just 1 minute per frequency yields very good results. Pathogens, of course are a completely different arena, and should be considered on a case-by-case basis. Just remember, we are all pioneers working with PEMF and we all learn from people trying different things and reporting back to the community at large. So, it’s up to you, play it safe and run 5 minutes per frequency (unless otherwise noted in the lists below), or experiment. If you find good results with less than 5 minutes per frequency, you will be able to get more done in less time in the long run.
Immune system stimulation 1 (CAFL)
Immune system stimulation 2 (CAFL)
Tainio sweep (CAFL)
Possibly stimulates the immune system.
Sweep from 42Hz to 72Hz in small intervals of not more than 1Hz.
Immune system, stimulating (BS)
Immune system, stimulates white blood cell production (BS)
Immune system, to improve (XTRA)
Immune system stabilization (XTRA)
Immune system stimulation (XTRA)
Immune system stimulation (XTRA)
Immune system stimulation (PROV)
Run a minimum of five times.
Immune system support (based on the research of Dr. G. J. Schummer, M. Crane, and L. Wong)
(This is 35 minutes of low frequencies so one needs to be careful of warming up the coils. You could either disperse these frequencies amongst the higher numbers or turn the volume down very low. The ELEMENT Elite automatically reduces the volume for frequencies in this range, so overheating is not so much of a concern.)
Immune system (VGFL)
Cell vitality – Regenerating (DPNFL)
Immune system disease (ETDFL)
Use the harmonic (when listed) for audio type PEMF machines
0.68 ×11= 7.48 (harmonic)
0.81 ×11= 8.91 (harmonic)
Immune system stimulation (UFL)
16,000 ÷ 11 = 1454.54 (harmonic)
Recommendations for normalizing immune system (Dr. Sylver)
From her book, “Although the available literature does not distinguish which frequencies regulate immune function versus which frequencies stimulate, there are decades of reports from R.I.F.E. users. It appears that the following frequencies do not disrupt (dysregulate) immune function. Most of the frequencies disable microbes, and some of them help to normalize tissue by adding needed voltage to the cells. As with all treatment, if you have an ongoing negative reaction to a frequency, discontinue using it.”
835 (also in BS)
20 (a supportive frequency)
She also recommends doing a sweep between 1850 and 2400.
If you have never done a sweep, I have a document that I will be posting about how to do them in FreX16, or see our recently published article.
Brain Comprehensive Balance (DHEFL)
These are listed under immune system, although he calls them by other names that impact the immune system. Please notice these frequencies are all well above the usable range for audio based PEMF. They can be used as they are for plasma systems, but you will need to divide by 11 to find the next harmonic lower (rounded to four places past the decimal) and use that number for audio based PEMF systems like the ELEMENT Elite.
“Normalize and Improve Functionality / Remove Abnormal Functionality / Remove Abnormal Chemical Toxicities / Remove Unwanted Fluid Pressure / Balance and Correct Brain and Immune System Synchronicity / Balance and Correct Brain Cortex / Improve Memory / Balance and Correct Right and Left Brain / Reduce Inflammation / Remove Confusion / Hypothalamus Normalize / Remove Unwanted Bacteria / Balance and Correct Pituitary Functionality / Remove Unwanted Viruses / Remove Gamma Rays / Balance and Correct MTHFR / Normalize Brain Signaling / Normalize Brain Cell Functionality / Balance and Correct Cerebellum Functionality / Balance and Correct Cerebrospinal Fluid / Balance and Correct Cerebrum Functionality / Balance and Correct Neurotrophic Factor / Brain Balance and Correction General / Brain Right and Left Hemisphere Correction and Balance.
You may need to only run this program once (or possibly twice).
Please report back.Good luck.The below frequencies are experimental. Feedback is always welcome.”
“You need only run this program once (or possibly twice).
If you have an Auto-Immune System problem be aware that this experimental Frequency Set includes Thyroid type correction frequencies which may need to be considered before using.Please report back.Good luck.The frequencies are experimental. Feedback is always welcome.”
A “step” is the change to the frequency. If your beginning frequency is 600Hz and your step is .1, the second frequency it will play is 600.1Hz (600 + .1), the next frequency will be 600.2Hz (600.2 + .1), and so on. The “time” value is the amount of time each step will play. Clicking “Calculate-n-Save” will yield the total amount of time in minutes to run this sweep.
In this example, the target frequency is 602Hz, and we want to sweep 2Hz on either side of the target frequency, so we use the starting frequency is 600Hz, the ending frequency is 604Hz. The change in frequency (steps) is .1Hz (see below for additional information on steps), and the amount of time it plays each frequency (step) is 30 seconds. Playing every frequency from 600Hz to 604Hz in .1Hz increments using 30 seconds for each frequency takes a total of 20 minutes.
Set the volume and use the “PAUSE RUN” button just like you do on the regular screen.
In general, with sweeps you want as smooth of a transition from the first to last frequency, playing as many frequencies as possible along the way within the time allowed. When you are trying to make the sweep fit within a specified amount of time, it is better to increase the value of each step (e.g., use .1Hz rather than .05Hz per step) rather than decreasing the time spent on each frequency. If this does not give good results, instead of increasing the value of each step, try shortening the sweep range (e.g., instead of using 600Hz – 604Hz, use 601Hz – 603Hz). Either way allows for the most time on any given frequency within the sweep range.
NOTE: Before running sweeps, it’s a good idea to read Bob’s article about sweeps and when they are appropriate to use.
Sweeps seem to be the latest buzzword in the arena of frequency therapy. Most of the time it comes from machine sellers touting their machine’s ability to do them as a way to sell more machines. They always talk about how well their machine does sweeps, as if this is a routine way frequency therapy should be applied, but they never talk about how rarely sweeps should actually be used. There are only a couple circumstances where a sweep is appropriate.
So, what is a “sweep”?
A sweep is a transition across a short range of frequencies, usually one to two Hertz on either side of the theoretical target frequency, in order to spend at least some time on a very precise, but yet unknown, particular frequency within the range. Sweeps are very time consuming considering the short amount of time spent on the exact frequency relative to the time spent going through the entire sweep range, although it’s still better than not hitting that exact frequency at all.
Two circumstances where sweeps are appropriate:
Researchers have closed in on a frequency for something but have not yet discovered the precise frequency. They know it’s within a range of a few Hertz but have not nailed down the frequency exactly. Until further research is done, it’s better to sweep through this small range of frequencies so you hit the correct one for a portion of the session rather than stay on one frequency that may be ineffectual.
It’s thought that under some circumstances, maybe due to environment, particular body structure, or pathogen variants, the actual frequency is slightly different from the theoretical frequency. In such situations, running the theoretical frequency may be somewhat effective but doing a sweep will be more so because it will hit the precise very effectual frequency rather than a close but not quite as effectual frequency.
Be careful to use a sweep only when it is appropriate. When used inappropriately, it is a huge waste of time. For example, if a frequency is well known, say 602Hz., but instead you run a sweep between 600Hz. and 604Hz. at .5Hz steps for one minute per step. This means you are spending one minute on 600Hz., then one minute on 600.5Hz, one minute on 601Hz, etc. By the end of the session, you will have spent one minute on the actual known effectual frequency, 602Hz, and eight minutes on ineffectual frequencies! At worst, doing a sweep causes you to spend less than the proper amount of time on the precise needed frequency. In the example above, the time spent would be 9 minutes. Say you don’t have 9 minutes to spend doing the sweep, so you run it in 4-1/2 minutes. This means you are running the effectual frequency for on 30 seconds when it really needed to be run for at least a full minute, and could have been run for 4-1/2 minutes had you not done the sweep.
Every so often I come across a video of someone spelling out reality in a video better than I ever could in an article. This is one of those times. If you want liberty, or even just want your humanity back, I urge you to share this with as many people as you can.
This guys from Ireland, but he speaks for the world.
We hear all kinds of “science” about whether wearing a mask or not wearing a mask is better. Likewise with shutting down society, demands of “sheltering in place”, and the closing of businesses. Because of this, the debate will sometimes move into the area of our natural right as a human being to choose, which also happens to be protected by our Constitution. They say we are being selfish if we choose freedom over dictates from government. If we still had that right, how would I choose?
I would choose to get the virus if it meant one person would not loose there business and livelihood.
I would choose to get the virus if it meant one person would not be made homeless because they lost their job.
I would choose to get the virus if it meant one person would not commit suicide because of financial ruin or complete isolation.
I would choose to get the virus if it meant one child would not be abused by an acholic parent who was forced to stay home.
I would choose to get the virus if it meant one animal was not harmed by a frustrated owner.
I would choose to get the virus if it meant one elderly person did not die alone without their family by their side because they are not allowed to choose to visit.
I would choose to get the virus if it meant kids could be kids, go to school, and not be traumatized from all the fear.
I would choose to get the virus if it meant one person would not die because they could not have an unrelated illness treated.
It is estimated that the lost years of life from government actions and mandates in this country is now double that of the disease itself, even though is has a 99%+ recovery rate. The UN themselves estimate that government lockdowns around the world will put enough people in poverty to cost another 1.5 million lives. Historically, way more people die from the actions of government than any other reason. I could argue all other reasons combined. How is taking away the right to choose working out? How would you choose? Is it time to restore freedom and the right to choose before government actions destroy more lives? Can we afford to gamble the government mandating a vaccine and how many lives that will cost? Shall we all be presumed guilty of transmitting this disease, much like the witch hunts or inquisition, rather than the presumption of innocence that truly free people have? People will always die, but which is causing the greater harm, freedom and the right to choose or the government denying freedom with dictates?
You may say, “Well, I choose to wear a mask to save others.” That’s fine, it should be your right to choose. Just like it would be your choice to close your business, or self isolate. But if you agree with government dictating your choices to everyone, you also have to be OK with all of the results I listed above. In order to “protect” the 10 people around you, you must be OK with the suicides, child abuse, and/or financial ruin of 20 people you don’t know that are a direct result of government mandating your choice to all.
As we approach July 4th, 2020, the day we celebrate our freedom, I believe we need to grasp just how unfree we really are. More importantly, we need to understand the agendas in place that continue to remove what liberties we have left. These agendas are being ushered in using the excuse of a “pandemic”. We need to not let the fear generated by those with agendas convince us to give up our liberties in general, because if we do, there will be no medical freedom.
Recently, I’ve come across two videos, one that exposes the “pandemic” itself and one that shows how we are being conditioned to accept additional destruction of our liberties by use of the “pandemic”. They are both well worth your time to watch if you have any desire to learn what’s really going on with this “pandemic” and you want to maintain your overall freedom so you can have medical freedom.
With all of the draconian measures that have been put in place over this supposed pandemic, it’s important to get a handle on what this means for us ongoing. Those who are in the alternative therapy arena support medical freedom, the right to make medical choices ourselves rather than being commanded what to do by those in positions of power, both inside and outside the medical industry. In this light, I believe it is important to disseminate information so you have both sides of the argument and can come to an educated conclusion for yourself. One of those sides is being crammed down our throats, so to speak…here is a bit of the other side: