Health compromised by today’s environment
Our Earth’s environment is not what it was in the past, as we are now living in and on a planet whose water, air and dirt are compromised due to our current lifestyle. Our bodies are also compromised and, of course, our immune systems have become weaker simply because we mirror the Earth’s condition. We humans and all life forms derive our sustenance for living from this Earth.
We now live in an environment which in order to live the lives we have become accustomed to we must compromise further by eliminating symptoms which in healthier times were actually strengthening to our immune systems.
Measles was, in the past, seen to actually strengthen the immune system by discharging the excesses accumulated during the embryonic period, and if the child did not develop this sickness, her/his growth would be hindered. Mother’s first milk, colostrum, was known to provide natural resistance to a variety of diseases, while breastfeeding also was known to be therapeutic for the mother, as it helps the uterus contract to its normal size.
Fever was considered a burning-off of excess, like a forest fire. Now, measles is considered life-threatening and in need of suppressing via vaccination. (Time magazine’s March 2019 publication on health reads: “As measles outbreaks continue, pro-vaccine policies get a voice.”)
Vaccination does not eliminate the cause of the disease. It simply suppresses the symptom. When a symptom is suppressed disease will express itself as another symptom. Numerous new diseases are discovered each year, keeping the pharmaceutical arm of modern medicine very busy. The Earth we depend on for life does not reward or punish, as there is no right or wrong in nature. There are only consequences.
Allopathic medicine, known as the modern medical system, has proven that not being vaccinated is dangerous and possibly soon to be unlawful.
We have created an environment whose health is now compromised and in need of symptomatic allopathic medicine to survive, and the consequences are what we are living with. And, no, not all of us are in that boat.
David Krest, Hanalei