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Caduceus is a healing, spiritual magazine focusing on psychological, emotional, spiritual, ecological and environmental health, therapy and growth, including natural, holistic, energy and complementary medicine.
It explores the frontiers of sacred science and covers metabolic and complimentary cancer treatments, vitamin D, sunlight health benefits, sound healing and therapy, vitamins and minerals, iodine, fluoridation, antibiotics hazards, the microbiome, electromagnetic fields and pollution, Fukushima, deforestation, psychic healing, megalithic sites, Findhorn, cymatics, the Shakespeare authorship debate, Mary Magdalene’s relationship with Jesus Christ, Yogananda and mysticism.
Authors include: Thich Nhat Hanh, Prof Keith Critchlow, Dr Oliver Gillie, Dr Chris Busby, Alasdair Philips, Prof Hugh Montgomery, Dr Jacob Liberman, Fred Hageneder, Dr Mark Sircus, Martin J Walker, Dr Robert Verkerk, Dr David Brownstein, Dr Robert Rowen, Dr Stephanie Seneff, Bruce Fife, Tim ‘Mac’ Macartney and Claire Nahmad
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Contents, Issue 101, Summer 2019
Government’s latest statement on the HPV vaccine – fact or fiction?
Christina England questions its accuracy and highlights the side effects
Thomas and Stuart Mitchell – Decoders of the Rosslyn Cubes
John Stuart Reid pays tribute to their investigatory musical talent
Vitamin D’s many benefits in cancer treatment
Professor Angus Dalgleish argues that ample evidence exists to use vitamin D in all cancer treatment
Where sacred Truth is revealed
Alan Green shows that the Sonnets reveal the Bard’s knowledge of mathematical truths hidden in the Great Pyramid
SLEEP – Are you getting enough?
A summary article of the latest research findings based on Dr Matthew Walker’s bestseller, Why We Sleep
Sensory Herbalism – Reconnecting with the power of plants
Herbalists Fiona Heckels and Karen Lawton focus on the inner power and character of herbs
Expulsion of a whistleblower...and the launch of a new institute
Dr Robert Verkerk describes how, expelled from the Cochrane Collaboration, Dr Peter Gøtzsche and friends founded a new institute
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Glastonbury becomes first council to ban 5G rollout
On 11 June Glastonbury Town Council became the first council in the UK to vote to ban the rollout of 5G until an assessment of the medical evidence of possible harm has been carried out. Christopher Baker, who was instrumental in influencing the Council’s decision, was interviewed by BBC TV, which broadcast the interview four times the next day, resulting in huge publicity both nation- and worldwide, which prompted over 5,000 emails to Mr Baker.
On 17 July Frome Council followed suit after a council meeting vote and will not endorse the rollout until it has reviewed the same health evidence gathered by Glastonbury’s. Other local groups across the country are organising to get their council to vote similarly – from Totnes, Stroud and Bristol/Bath to Brighton, Forest Row, London and further north. Relevant websites can be found online or from sites like www.5gawareness.com or www.5gexposed.com, which keep people up to date with developments, while individual activists are giving talks around the country (see back cover).
Recently an online 5G Summit, launched in the US with a host of international speakers, ran for five days (25 Aug-1 Sept) with an online audience of over 200,000 (www.the5gsummit.com). Groups are also springing up across Europe and around the world, with various forms of legal action being pursued.
In the UK, two major London conferences on EM radiation health effects at the end of September are about to increase the public and media’s awareness of 5G health hazards. On the 27th the British Society for Ecological Medicine is hosting ‘5G and Health – the Facts, Risks and Remedies’ (www.bsem.org.uk), while on the 28th the Radiation Research Trust is co-sponsoring ‘Radiation Health 2019’, with BSEM, ES-UK, Children with Cancer charity and PHIRE (Physicians’ Health Initiative for Radiation and Environment; www.phiremedical.org), see inside front cover. Speakers, some talking at both, include, from the US, Prof Martin Pall and Dr Devra Davis, from Sweden Prof Lennart Hardell, researchers from the Italian Ramazzini Institute, and from the UK, Dr Erica Mallory-Blythe and Dr Sarah Starkey. The conferences will hopefully represent a turning-point in educating the wider public about the health and other hazards presented by 5G.
Finally, a new Parliamentary petition has been launched to replace the previous one that expired in June; the new one has until 28 Dec to obtain the critical 100,000 signatures (currently over 20,000) to trigger a debate in Parliament (https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/262842). Sign it and spread the word!
More information: see 5G page under Current Issue menu
NICE calls for lower blood pressure criteria as statin study finds raised type 2 diabetes risk
The National Institute for health and Care Excellence (NICE) has launched draft guidelines proposing a lowering of the criteria for the diagnosis and treatment of high blood pressure (currently 140/90mmHg). In what many may consider the further over-medicalisation of healthy patients would also provide a bonanza for Big Pharma to promote statins, suggests the Alliance for Natural Health (ANH).
NICE estimates around 450,000 men and 270,000 women aged under 80 years could become eligible for medication. But the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) has warned against overdiagnosis, instead recommending the use of ‘weight control, careful diet and better exercise’ to manage blood pressure. (It might also have suggested increased magnesium intake, the evidence for beetroot and regular, unbroken sleep of at least eight hours.)
Another adverse statin finding
NICE’s announcement coincides with yet another new report of negative effects of statins in a new study (http://tinyurl.com/y2jljbpg), which reported a 38% increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes in patients who have used statins at any time(!) Following 9,535 people of 45+ years over a 15-year period, the study supports previous research showing that statins impair insulin production.
The over-promotion of statins continues, despite mounting evidence of harm (see Statins Toxic Side Effects: Evidence from 500 Scientific Papers, reviewed in Cad 93, and Statin Nation, reviewed in Cad 98), and culminated recently in an outrageous attack by the Mail on Sunday (2/3/19) on scientists it called ‘statin deniers’. For a full analysis of its slanderous article, see Dr Rob Verkerk’s report on the ongoing ‘statin wars’: ‘The deadly price of denial: from statins to low carb’ at https://www.anhinternational.org/news/ ,
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