Are you losing your health to the fear industry?

Prior to the massive fear-mongering campaign that arrived with the illness called covid-19, there was another illness that held the high honor of instilling the most fear in people.


The similarities between the way these two conditions are marketed to masses is a rinse and repeat cycle. It works to generate trillions of dollars for big pharma and the medical industrial complex, but it’s not necessarily good for your health and well-being.

Here’s what it looks like.

The disease called Covid-19 was initially reported and then hyped up in the media. We were warned en masse about its impending doom by almost every health authority in the world.

Once the population was sufficiently scared to death of the possibility of getting infected with and dying from this condition, they could then roll out the next phase of the fear campaign.

Persistent testing.

Everyone, everywhere, all the time was tested for the virus even if they didn’t have any symptoms. Regardless that the vast majority of Covid deaths were occurring in specific populations, and NOT en masse.

According to the CDC, 95% of the initial people that died from Covid had comorbidity factors.[1]

It wasn’t Covid that killed them – there were other factors involved.

Since Covid was deadly only to specific populations, why did they insist on testing everyone everywhere?

Constantly testing for the virus would keep the collective population in a state of heightened fear.

“Do I have the virus? Does he have the virus? Does she have the virus? Do they have the virus?”

If you and everyone around you is testing and testing and testing, that keeps fear of the virus alive and well. But, that fear was never valid.

There was a 98.2% survival rate for the majority of people around the world.[2]

When you are fearful and overreactive, chances are you won’t make rational choices. And, you’ll probably submit yourself and your body to procedures that don’t make sense.

Like what we’ve witnessed over the past few years with the rollout of the vaccine that promised to relieve fear by keeping you safe from contracting the virus.

As fate would have it, that procedure did NOT keep people safe. Those that took the shots contracted the virus anyway and had to rely on their body’s own healing ability to make it through.

Now that you have the picture of covid in your mind, let’s apply that same rollout to the condition called cancer.

Cancer has been around for a long time (centuries), but we didn’t start screening for cancer until the early 1900’s.

“Screening refers to tests used to find a disease, such as cancer, in people who do not have any symptoms.”[3]

Sound familiar?

Screening the population for a variety of cancers has increased exponentially in the last century.

People make appointments to get their yearly mammogram, colonoscopy, pap smear, blood test, gene test, PSA test, urine tests, and others.

And, once they find cancer, solutions are offered to eradicate the cancer to keep you safe.

But, just because someone has cancer in their body, does NOT mean that they are going to die from cancer. Once again, there are many other factors involved.

I would even go so far as to say that we ALL have cancer in our body right now –  but it does NOT mean we are going to die from cancer.

Cancer diagnosis and treatment is a HUGE moneymaker, and it is driven by fear, and constantly testing for cancer.

I know this will ruffle some feathers, so I’ll share with you why I think the way I do about this highly marketed, fear-promoting disease called cancer.

In early 2000, I met a medical scientist that was working on the genome project. She asked me how I got into holistic health and I told her that I had naturally healed my thyroid disease by changing my diet and my lifestyle, and adding seaweed into my diet.

She was impressed and said, “Of course your thyroid healed. Seaweed is rich in iodine, and your thyroid needs iodine to function properly.”

She wanted to know how I knew to add seaweed into my diet.

I told her that after my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer for the second time, we followed the medical protocol using radiation and chemotherapy, but we also tried a healing diet called Macrobiotics. It was a combination of ancient Japanese, Chinese and German medicine, plus deeper philosophy rolled into one, and that was how I learned to use seaweed as a healing food.

The genome scientist said, “Your mother had breast cancer!? You may have healed your thyroid using seaweed, but you need to get a mammogram and get screened ASAP!”

I said, “Why do I need a mammogram?”

She said, “If your mother had breast cancer, there is a 95% chance that you have the gene for breast cancer. Your risk for cancer is extremely high and you need to get tested!”

I told her that I would NOT be getting a mammogram. Subjecting my healthy breast tissue to a yearly breast-squashing radiation ritual didn’t make sense to me. I also told her that I didn’t buy into the gene theory.

She was shocked and told me not to be stupid. She warned that I had better get tested due to my high risk for breast cancer. She said, “You can’t outsmart your genes.”

The scientist and I disagreed on the potential contributors to breast cancer, and more specifically, on getting chronically tested for it.

Interestingly, when I worked at MTV Networks in the 1990’s, one of my coworkers also warned me about breast cancer. She got tested and discovered that she had the BRCA gene. She was so afraid of dying from breast cancer, that she had both of her breasts surgically removed, and then a set of fake breasts were reconstructed on her body.

She told me I was crazy for not getting my breasts removed. She warned, “Your mom had breast cancer, you have a very high risk. Get this procedure done if you want to survive.”

I thought she was misinformed about cancer, and more importantly that she was afraid. And, being in a heightened state of fear, she submitted herself to a medical procedure that didn’t make sense.

Breasts don’t cause cancer.

The removal of breasts does NOT reduce the risk of developing and dying from cancer.

We may all have cancer genes in our body, just like we have viruses. But, that doesn’t mean we are going to die from it.

Similar to Covid killing someone due to comorbidity factors, for cancer to proliferate and grow, it needs triggers and the right environment.

Even the American Cancer Society knows that truth about cancer:

 “Although our genes can influence our risk of cancer, most of the difference in cancer risk between people is due to factors that are not inherited. Avoiding tobacco products, staying at a healthy weight, staying active throughout life, and eating a healthy diet may greatly reduce a person’s lifetime risk of developing or dying from cancer.”

I’m going to add here that the stress and fear of chronically searching for cancer year after year, and the impending doom of finding it, increases your risk of developing and dying from cancer.

  • The British Journal of Cancer concluded that the stress hormone, Cortisol, plays a role in cancer development due to its immunosuppressive, obesogenic, and hyperglycaemic effects.[4]
  • Studies found that stress-related factors are associated with more rapid progression of several types of cancer, including blood cancers such as leukemia and lymphoma.[5]
  • The National Cancer Institute studies reveal stress hormones alter the behavior of neutrophils, causing dormant cancer cells to reawaken.[6]

Chronic stress is one of the triggers that makes cancer proliferate and grow.

Fear creates stress.

Prolonged fear, creates chronic stress that sets off multiple triggers.

The trillion dollar cancer industry feeds off of fear about cancer.

Just as Covid and the treatment offered for it (vaccine) didn’t make sense to me, cancer treatments also do not make sense to me.

Radiation damages cells, both good and bad, and chemotherapy wipes out the immune system.

When my mother was diagnosed with cancer, I read an interesting book called, World Without Cancer, by G. Edward Griffin. He followed the money trail to the origins of chemotherapy and radiation. It was fascinating to learn about Nazi Germany’s role in experimenting with these dangerous treatments on concentration camp victims. It was well researched and eye-opening.

Griffin’s conclusion from multiple scientific studies was this:

“RADIOLOGY: Spreads the cancer and weakens the patient’s resistance to other diseases. Serious and painful side-effects, including heart failure. No evidence that treated patients live any longer, on the average, than those not treated. Statistical rate of long-term survival after metastasis is close to zero.

CHEMOTHERAPY: Also spreads the cancer through weakening of immunological defense mechanism plus general toxicity. Leaves patient susceptible to other diseases and infections, often leading to death from these causes. Extremely serious side-effects. No evidence that treated patients live any longer, on the average, than untreated patients. Statistical rate of long-term survival after metastasis is close to zero.”[7]

His research and final assessment of cancer treatments resonated with me.

There are many healing options available for cancer that the fear mongers would rather you didn’t know.

Use the lessons of covid as an example on how to both prevent and heal from cancer:

  1. Ditch the fear so you can make sound decisions.
  2. Support your body’s innate immunity as a first line of defense.
  3. Give your body, mind and spirit the best diet and lifestyle possible.

And if diagnosed, I recommend looking into the holistic cancer therapies that have been actively censored and banned. There’s a lot of them.

I’m not advising you to stop searching for cancer if that’s what you want to do. I’m simply letting you know there are other options available besides the ones that will be presented to you by the medical establishment.

I’ll finish on this note…

Over 20 years ago, I read an article in the NY Times, “The Island Where People Forget to Die,” about a Greek man, Stamatis Moraitis, that was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer in 1975. He was given six months to live and offered chemotherapy as treatment. He declined and instead went back to Greece to be with his family and live out his final months. While he was waiting to die, he met with friends and family and talked about the good old days, drank wine, ate great food that was lovingly prepared, and he even planted a garden. He said the garden would be for his grandchildren. He had accepted his diagnosis and released the fear. He chose to live out his final months in peace, surrounded by loved ones, doing things he enjoyed.

If you’ve seen the 2023 Netflix documentary: Live to 100, The Secrets of the Blue Zones, you know how his story ends.

Stamatis Moraitis lived an additional 40 years after his death-by-cancer diagnosis without actually dying from cancer. He lived to 102 years old and his story is quite inspirational.[8]

You may think his story is rare and couldn’t possibly happen to other people. Or that maybe he just got lucky…

I’m going to encourage you to think differently.

And, for the sake of your health, don’t feed the fear industry – it’s not serving you.








[7] World Without Cancer, G. Edward Griffin, American Media, 1974