Western medicine saved my grandson’s life:
Has helped my eldest granddaughter with thyroid problem:
In recent years my experience of hospitals has been a positive one—so maybe things have changed for the better
But because of past experiences I have a panic attack just thinking about medical appointments or going to hospital
Like many people i can see both sides (pros and cons) of most things
Sadly i still beieve the “cons” predominate as far as the medical system is concerned.
Once a person becomes a patient they cease to have any rights
My Dad said that he didn’t want morphine but was put on a continuous high dose until it killed him
His death certificatre of course listed an heart attack
Know many similar stories
And then there is staff attitude
When I was a student nurse (trained in hospitals back then) a young man from interstate who had been working in SA had an heart attack so never had visitors because family and friends were interstate.
At handover the RN said that he was just “attention seeking” and there was nothing wrong with him
I took him to botanical gardens in my lunch break just to get him out of the hospital (which was next to botanical gardens)
While there he asked me to wheel him into the men’s toilet (there wasn’t a Disability toilet) and I refused telling him there was nothing wrong with him
HE DIED THE NEXT DAY
The medical system is controlled by drug companies that only care about profit not people:
In medical centres there is not enough time allotted to each patient hence production line people
Hospitals are “total institutions”
A person’s rights are taken from them and they are in the hands of people whose goal is to get rid of their nuisance value
This is because staff to patient ratio isn’t adequate
And then there is NOCEBOS — “pointing the bone”
(e.g. — you have less than six months to live)
some doctors have a patronising attitudes to patients:
There is always the good the bad and the indifferent:
The bad and indifferent are dangerous in an health system
I am am not an organ donor because I am aware that
if you have a 50% chance of survival and you are an organ donor — kiss your chances good bye.
In my old age I do not trust nor support western medicine
for a variety of reasons: –
I suffer from medical and surgical mistakes:
Including two major traumas
Came to under anaesthetic in the 1970s
Next time I had minor exploratory surgery –1992 – I came to with the bed perpendicular horrific chest pains and was told that they nearly didn’t get me back
Had a gynea repair in 2007 which I still suffer pain and problems from
It wasn’t until 2011 that a doctor took the trouble to find out what was wrong
She told me that the gynaecologist that performed my surgery had been reported for making mistakes before but was still practicing
At the beginning of this century I was put on triple the normal dose of meclobomide straight up — after being on this drug for several years a doctor told me that I should not be on an anti psychotic
I was put on tramadol and ignored for several years when I said I felt like the walking dead
I have had breathing difficulties for well over a decade and until 2020 told there was nothing the matter
But when I had an angiogram after an heart attack the cardiologist said my breathing difficulties were not related to my heart condition
And there’s more
A friend now deceased went to the doctors on numerous occasions saying she wasn’t well and they told her nothing was the matter
When her cancer was diagnosed she was told “If you came here sooner we could have done something”
I am aware of numerous people that have died because of medical and surgical mistakes:
some were friends or acquaintances:
some were related to people I have done clairvoyant readings for.
Both my parents died of morphine oversdose:
Dad said that he didn’t want morphine and they ignored him
Mum complained it made her too dizzy and they ignored her.
Both my parents’ death certificate listed “heart attack’ as cause of death
It puzzles me how doctors and nurses accept giving patients a continuous high dose of morphine until it kills them.
What about duty of care?i
Doctors are taught Freudian psychology
This affects the way some doctors treat women
Freud says that all women are neurotic And have penis envy
His test subjects were twelve middle class Jewish women
The majority of doctors are controlled by drug companies
Drug companies are horrifically cruel to animals:
Not just when testing drugs but when making same.
One example that I am sure few people are aware of:
They have the abattoirs leave all new borns to die of dehydration and starvation so they can harvest the hormones that this death produces.
How do I know this?
In 1982 the husband of a staff member asked that I report to the RSPCA that new born calves were left to die of dehydration and starvation:
The RSPCA staff called me a liar and a trouble maker:
I put something in writing and it was ignored.
Presumably the RSPCA is funded by drug companies and the meat industry.
Over the years since,
I have learned from people who work at the abattoirs or collect stock from them
that all new borns are left to die this way and that the drug companies ask for it.
It was my podiatrist who told me why –“The drug companies harvest the hormones produces when animals die this way.”
I presume most people know how drug companies collect Premarin = pregnant mares urine?
Western medicine treats symptoms
not the cause
when I dispensed drugs from the old fashion drug trolley
I noticed that I was giving one drug then another to compensate for the side effects
e.g. antispychotics cause pseudo Parkinsonism.
hence I gave out another drug for Parkinsonism.
I like “New Amsterdam”
And the movie “The Doctor”
they highlight mistakes
and that some doctors care more about advancing their career than caring for patients.
Western medicine came into being at the time of the “Inquisition”
when village herbalists were executed and replaced by male doctors.
Eastern medicine diagnoses using iridology and kinesiology
and treats with acupuncture and herbal remedies.
I was including this Monty Python sketch to highlight doctor’s attitude to patients but it reminded me of humorous events
I was working in a general hospital when Monty Pythons Meaning of Life was in the cinemas:
One doctor would say “Bring in the machine that goes Ping”
And one of the charge nurses when coming on duty would say “morning
morning” –like fish scene.
A SHORT STORY ABOUT HEALING THE BLUE PLANET
I wrote and published this sci fi short story a few years ago (under the above title) when the human population was only 7.4 billion:
(1st published 4th April 2017)
It is now 8 billion.
Our cultural norms and the Protestant Ethic are causing the extinction of all life.
I wrote this as social satire and sympathetic magic
I realize my writing style doesn’t fit what people expect
My excuse –I majored in sociology not literature 😛
I wanted to put my idea that humans are not indigenous to the planet
A few lines from this short story:
“Most humans think that those who live in harmony with the environment are primitive and inferior. Actually they don’t think.
They just mindlessly conform to what those in power and their entertainment media tell them.
They are really stupid but consider themselves superior to all other life forms because they talk:
They think if something or someone doesn’t talk they don’t understand.
They thoughtlessly destroy everything. They call some creatures vermin, when humans are the vermin. They kill insects and destroy all the trees despite the fact that insects and trees are essential.
And everything literally goes down the drain polluting the oceans instead of nourishing other life.”
In the following book I hope to help those who wish to develop their clairvoyant abilities.
In “The Clairvoyant Experiences Of A Sceptic” I told a few of my clairvoyant experiences.
Listening to others similar stories made me realize that
it is so much better if you can have these experiences first hand.
Kung fu tz (Confucius) say “Perseverance prospers”
So don’t give up – you will succeed
And use the recorded meditations in my blog
The clairvoyant Experiences of a Sceptic is not a literary masterpiece
but a true story. I majored in sociology not literature
I dont know the meaning of life:
nor understand the nature of reality:
I do know physical death is not the end.
And there are so many amazing stories omitted so as not to break client confidentiality.
The second part I wrote as therapy and had not intended to include.
It wasn’t included in the original l publication
( I started shaking when I tried to write about the abuse so it is badly written and a great deal omitted)
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