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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 100, Spring 2019
Caduceus – our first 100 issue
Founder Sarida Brown recalls the early days and, together with editor Simon Best, remembers some special issues
Tributes to Jay Ramsay (1958-2018)
Kevan Manwaring leads friends and fellow poets in their memories of Jay
Dartington and the Sirius connection
Mark Herbert presents evidence of a strong link between the building and the star system
Pitch battle: 432 vs 440Hz – history of the International Standard
John Stuart Reid in his Part 1 article looks at the origins of concert pitch and the ongoing controversy
Vitamin C – our most important defence weapon
Dr Sarah Myhill makes her case for using high doses of the vitamin at the first sign of infection
Where Truth is Hid
Alan Green in his Part 1 article reveals some of the amazing codes and mathematical knowledge he has found in the Bard’s Sonnets
Dowsing – exploring its range, joys and benefits
Matthew French demonstrates the art of dowsing both the outer and inner worlds
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5G - Call to action! Fears and evidence grow as roll-out looms
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Plans for a pilot project to provide high-speed 5G wireless Internet in Brussels have been halted due to fears for the health of citizens, according to The Brussels Times (1/4/19).
‘I cannot welcome such technology if the radiation standards, which must protect the citizen, are not respected, 5G or not,’ it quotes Environment Minister Céline Fremault as saying. The Brussels region has particularly strict radiation standards for telecom applications of 6 volts per metre.
The Brussels action on 5G’s potential hazards contrasts markedly with the attitude of the British Government, typified by this highly ill-informed reply from Margot James, MP, from the Dept of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, last October to a written question.
‘A considerable amount of research has been carried out on radio waves and we anticipate no negative effects on public health. The Government expects that existing UK technical standards will be adhered to throughout the development and deployment of 5G products and networks. These standards draw on the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection [ICNIRP], which takes into account the well-researched effects of radio waves.’ (Hansard, 16 Oct, 2018)
Her reply demonstrates the irresponsibility of the Government in considering only the much-criticised and discredited ICNIRP guidance, as exposed by Dr Erica Mallery-Blythe, founder of Physicians' Health Initiative for Radiation and Environment (PHIRE) and Dr Andrew Tressider, both members of IGNIR (International Guidelines on Non-Ionising Radiation), which has developed a set of Guidelines for electromagnetic exposure that properly takes account of the huge body of evidence for non-thermal effects.
Current EMF safety limits in most Western countries are based on the view that only thermal (heating) effects can be a hazard to health, as reflected in ICNIRP’s safety limits, which only consider the effect of heating averaged over a six-minute period and completely ignore the large amount of research over the past 20 years establishing the reality of non-thermal hazards caused by EMFs. This, of course, suits many governments, including ours, which appear more interested in ensuring their continued tax revenue from the telecoms industry than they are in imposing tougher safety limits to protect the public.
ICNIRP is due to issue updated guidelines later this year but already, based on recent relaxing of limits in Finland, it seems likely to reduce its standards rather than tighten them, in view of recent comments by its chair, Eric van Rongen, who told The Telegraph (3/3/19) regarding 5G, ‘It is not set up as a public health experiment but of course you can consider it as such.’
EU Appeal to halt 5G
Fears about 5G radiation hazards have grown in recent years; in 2017 many scientists and doctors from 36 countries signed an EU Appeal asking the EU to halt the roll-out of 5G until independent research can show that the radiation will not harm especially infants, children, pregnant women, as well as the environment (Cad 97). Since then the number signing the Appeal has risen from 180 to 230 (www.5gappeal.eu).
In the UK Southampton, as well as areas of London, is one of the first cities to trial 5G, while a further 11 towns will go live later this year, some as early as May, including Birkenhead, Blackpool, Bournemouth, Guildford, Newbury, Portsmouth, Plymouth, Reading, Stoke-on-Trent, Warrington and Wolverhampton.
American Senate challenge
In the US in February a Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee hearing on the future of 5G wireless technology and their impact on people and the economy, Senator Richard Blumenthal highlighted concerns over the lack of any scientific research and data on the technology’s potential health risks, blasting the Federal Communications Commission and the FDA for failing to conduct any research into the safety of 5G.
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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