This is the true story of how John D. Rockefeller blocked gold as a viable treatment for addiction and set up Alcoholics Anonymous to conceal the truth.
The Temperance Movement culminated to it’s peak when Dr. Leslie Enrought Keeley founded the solution to heal Alcoholics. It practically ended due to the Depression Era when cultural abstinence was installed during the Prohibition Era. After that, the Secret Societies were very interested when a dupe named Bill Wilson, a former Wall Street stock broker found a different method for treating alcoholism. This excited the powers that wanted the gold cure completely erased from people’s memories. The Keeley gold cure was established at 95 percent effective while Bill Wilson’s 12 step program of recovery influenced by the Rockefellers with their set of ideals called the 12 traditions had only 5-10 percent success rate. This number varies, however, anything under 95-6 percent has a deficiency and in the case of AA, it was below 10 percent sobriety and abstinence beyond a year. The bi-chloride treatment and the society that evolved similar to what AA is today, had a staying power far beyond one year. People who maintained their diets and health and at the same time kept in contact with each other as done today… with follow up treatments of the gold therapy, few relapsed back into their addictions.
It is the perception that modern medicine is the conventional method when really it was the alternative before the Rockefellers involved themselves by twisting the truth. Today, we refer to natural modalities in the healing practices such as homeopathy, naturopathy, and so on as the alternative ways for healing and maintaining balance and health. The reality couldn’t be more convoluted.
Westernized medicine may have used “sleight of hand” in such a manner that an important bio chemical compound, in the form of a cell salt, would never be considered for use in the twenty first century after the Great Depression and Prohibition years passed. The reason for hiding this knowledge was important to the secret societies for it had an obligation to building one of the non curative healing modalities, allopathic westernized medicine, into the powerhouse it is today. This insane, yet very lucrative revenue generating scam is a business that has amassed trillions and is completely reliant on fear based deception.
A question to contemplate is whether there is a mineral so important to health that it is the very key to our existence. The clues and the answer have been entirely overlooked, or perhaps even covered up and never considered for enlistment to the twelve recognized cellular tissue salt compounds essential for health.
There was a cure for addiction prior to the Great Depression and Prohibition years. It was a homeopathic treatment that had a documented 94% success in removing the cravings for drugs and alcohol. The dynamics of allopathy under the influence of John D. Rockefeller created an organization that would reject natural remedies that up till now is a 76 year old paradigm of thought that has stunned the world into submission. This compound may be known as Schussler’s missing cell salt.
Cell salts, also known as biochemic tissue salts, are well established in the natural healing modalities as minerals comprised of twelve basic elements. The list includes magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sulfur, iron, silicon, and chlorine oxidized in the form of mineral salts.
The one not mentioned may happen to be gold. Gold is the element that warrants introspection as to its merit as a key role player for both mental and biochemical physical health.
Did A Thirteenth Cell Salt Ever Exist?
To understand their importance, when the human body is cremated, as observed by Dr. Wilhelm Schüssler (1821-1898) who identified them, he identified only twelve of the most important basic salts which remained. When the inorganic elements come together in combination with carbon, hydrogen and oxygen, they form salt molecules that are easily assimilated into tissue cells.1 Dr. Schüssler concluded that disease took place at the cellular level if any or a combination of the mineral salts are deficient within the human body.2 Additional cell salts were discovered by pupils of Dr. Schüssler and their areas of application were tested and developed and then added to the essential twelve totaling twenty seven salts.
However, a little remembered span of history that predates the turn of the century Prohibition Era, brief as it was, indicates that there was a major discovery of a mineral salt which exhibited profound curative results. There is hardly mention of this mineral salt and it is not included with the essential twelve today. The likely reason may be shadowed by a diabolical cover up. Perhaps a modern version can be added to the repertoire of homeopathic medicines for the reason it does work when little else does.
Double Chloride of gold, or Gold bi-chloride, as it was called back then, is a mineral salt that happened to be the main ingredient to this proprietary and since lost inebriety treatment during the temperance movement of the 1800’s. It was the answer to diminishing cravings and the mental obsessions, thus breaking the addiction primarily to alcohol and which was a formula that restored human beings to sanity. Bi-chloride of gold did this by improving, balancing, and restoring equality with both the physical and spiritual aspects of our being.
Within the temperance society years between 1880-1900, addicts suffering from the deadly condition primarily to alcohol abuse, as well as highly addictive drugs including opium, narcotics and tobacco were healed when the gold formula was administered. This formula entirely eliminated the physical cravings and mental obsessions associated with drug use that leads to chronic addiction. The doctor who formulated the compound claimed that there was actually a 100% effectiveness among the clientele going through the prescribed treatment. History shows us that the double chloride of gold was a viable treatment for addiction. The treatment did exist before the prohibition years, but hardly any mention is given to its success today.
It was established between 1926 and 1935, about the time Bill Wilson recovered from alcohol, that colloidal gold was effective in inoperable cancer cases when no other treatments worked. Consulting medical doctor, Deward H. Ochsner M.D., writes in his fourth article “Colloidal Gold in Inoperable Cancer” that appeared in Clinical Medicine and Surgery, 1935, “In all cases where the tumor is accessible to the knife, it should be removed surgically. …When the condition is hopeless, colloidal gold helps to prolong life making it bearable. It shortens the period of terminal cachexia and greatly reduces pain and discomfort and the need of opiates, in a majority of instances.” 11 Now, it assumed that medical marijuana is the answer for easing one’s pain while at the same time affording a sense of hunger to the starving due to the later stages of cancer sickness.
It is made clear that gold did not cure some of the cases. Dr. Ochsner concludes that the gold must not be held in suspension by the use of arabic or soluble gold salts such as chloride of gold. He said that the stabilizers coat the particles of gold rendering colloidal form of gold less active, moreover, the soluble gold salts are toxic while pure colloidal gold is nontoxic in suitable doses.12 This is good news today because mineral preparations for cellular bio-availability in non-toxic forms is available.
If gold was established as a primary cell salt, it would appear as the 13th cell salt in Schussler’s list. For safe use, gold would appear as a non clustered colloid and not included as an essential tissue salt.
From The Temperance Movement to the Keeley Gold Cure
Aloe vera and sea vegetables such as kelp and seaweed are plants that prefer to absorb the mineral gold in through their roots into their constitution. A cultural example points to Asian cultures who have kept to a diet that includes sea vegetables correlate to lower overall incidences of addiction to alcohol and disease.
To understand the theory behind a “missing link” salt, it is necessary to investigate background histories of various sectors in the formation of Alcoholics Anonymous. The building of A.A. into an organization by the people who formed and molded into its current form is well documented. So well so that seemingly hardly any information is kept secret. Because of this, it is difficult to believe that unscrupulous, stealth, and deceptive activity had taken place. We would tend to think that other events surrounding the building of westernized medicine is “the biggest deception” of all time, or “the most diabolical,” but there may be a transparent barrier that society can’t even detect its operation. This “Great Wall of China,” so to speak, is what blocks natural cures from having crossed over into the 21st century and protects allopathy from competition. This truth has been smack dab in front of our eyes for 75 years by a fortress of thought conditioned in our minds in the midst of global mass deception.
Dr. Leslie Enraught Keeley (1832-1900)
The story of the lost cell salt begins in 1879 when a Dr. Leslie Enraught Keeley (1832-1900) initiated the first double chloride of gold treatment clinic in Dwight, Illinois. The Prohibition Era in the United States begins with various temperance movements in the 1830’s and finally culminates with the passage of the 21st amendment that repealed the short-lived 18th amendment established thirteen years previously. There is a history of addiction treatments in America that predates Alcoholics Anonymous which includes the success of one particular world renowned treatment using a formula that featured Keeley’s gold salt. Up until 1880 when the first gold clinic opened, the temperance societies and various treatments with institutionalized programs, homes and asylums for inebriety, had varied degrees of success and failures, but never a proven method for the complete elimination of the desire, compulsions, cravings, and general proclivity to a drug of choice. The double chloride of gold showed promise to those suffering from a hopeless condition that, as Dr. Keeley reasoned, was bio-chemical in nature.
From the year 1880 until Keeley’s death in 1900, the gold treatment heralded a 95% success rate. Dr. Keeley said it was higher. He also claimed his formula worked so well that to prove it he solicited the Chicago Tribune’s publisher, Joseph Medill, in 1891 with a challenge that he would sober up Chicago’s most offensive drunkards.
Medill accepted by sending six men. Subsequently, Chicago was returned six sobered men after three weeks. “…they went away sots and returned gentlemen,” read the pages of the Chicago Tribune. Fame was confirmed when The World’s Fair of Chicago officially designated a “Keeley Day” in 18931 coupled with widely publicized events and the gold treatment was imprinted on people’s minds world over. By 1891, Keeley Leagues with patient organized clubs, religious meetings and social events, later grew to a membership of more than 30,000 former patients in 370 chapters across the United States. They were first known as the “Bi-Chloride of Gold Club”.
The Institute was Dwight’s largest industry and the hub of the local economy and about this time of the World’s Fair, one which attracted about half the US population, a total of 118 Keeley franchises had spread worldwide. Upon Keeley’s death, more than 400,000 recoveries were reported. In comparison, the Rockefeller influenced Alcoholics Anonymous from its beginnings in 1935 to the year 1950 showed that only 100,000 A.A. members maintained sobriety for a year. Daily rest, nutrition, mutual sharing, and introspective diversions worked to improve the patient’s physical and psychological health. The Keeley paradigm of recovery administered both halves of a recovery modality of which only one half became a prelude to what was to become the fellowship centerpiece of recovery seen in today’s model. Keeley’s legacy presented the highest percentage of success, but somehow, for some reason, the institutes did not survive with the prolific numbers they once had through early twentieth century prohibition years.
Could it be that a conspiracy took place to conceal this historical fact? If it is true that gold heals not only spiritual deficits, but other well known and oftentimes mortal diseases too, then perhaps consideration of the to acceptance of gold must be made and that it be added to the essential list of minerals necessary for well being and health. Alcoholics Anonymous, however, has enjoyed large success as an organization for over seventy five years, but not with its recovery rates. With the Keeley gold cure before 1900, not one person died or became injured during treatment. People only got better with a chance at sobriety if they maintained Keeley’s protocol. The “fad” as some called it didn’t make the jump over prohibition after proven years with treating a variety of addictions. How could this happen?
Reviewing the timeline from the formulas to the whole picture
First, let’s review the years from 1880 up until the turn of the century. The Double Chloride of Gold formulas were a proprietary secret and those who became part of the franchises signed a pledge not to reveal the formula. There were a total of three double of chloride gold formulations, two of them reformulations. The first was implemented until a problem occurred in 1885 and it was reformulated by 1887. The nature of the problem is speculated to be a heavy metal buildup of gold because during 1892 assays taken by eminent British analysts found no detectable gold in the formula. Interestingly, chiretta and some other American bitter was85. This means that Dr. Keeley had found the correct homeopathic titration formula that would leave merely the vibrational frequency of the mineral. Keeley passed away in 1900 when the third formulation was crafted without any gold.
Critics of the treatment cared not for those that recovered because of the competitive business success and the fact that Keeley would not share the formula. This indicates a motive then to criticize the treatment.
Gold Cure to Alcoholics Anonymous Timeline
Dr. Leslie Keeley and Frederick Hargreaves open the first gold treatment clinic for addiction in Dwight, Illinois.
Kansas is the first state to enact prohibition legislation. The Illinois State Board of Health revokes Keeley’s medical license.
Keeley reformulates his formula because of claims of adverse reactions to its ingredients proclaimed to cause gold to “build-up.” (speculation that the gold was possibly tainted with mercury or radium)
The National Prohibition Party elects its first member to the House of Representatives.
Keeley challenges the Chicago Tribune, to send their city’s worst drunks. He successfully sobers them up earning Keeley worldwide prestige.
Keeley leagues hold seven national conventions.
Keeley is highly criticized especially by Dr. T. D. Crothers2 who said in the face of a 95% success,“There is no gold cure for inebriety.” An indictment of the Keeley cure appears in The Chicago Medical Record. Four highly respected physicians attack the gold cure as a fraud.
The Anti-Saloon League is formed. A total of 118 Keeley clinics open including in Canada, Mexico, England, Finland, Denmark, & Sweden. “Keeley Day” was held at Chicago’s World Fair.
National secretary of the Keeley League, John Kelly, makes claims that Keeley cannot control the leagues, leaving him with adverse publicity.
Andrew J. Smith, president of the Keeley League and manager of the National Soldier’s Home in Leavenworth, goes before a congressional investigation for rumors of being drunk.
Keeley dies. Gold formula no longer contains gold. Towns Hospital for drying out the rich funded by John D. Rockefeller.
The US Senate passes the Volstead Act leading to the passage of the 18th Amendment.
The 18th amendment is ratified by 36 states.
Herbert Hoover appeals for an end to prohibition.
Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Cullen-Harrison Act legalizing certain alcohol. Prohibition is repealed with the 21st amendment. Charles Towns aids in drafting both the Boylan and Cullen-Harrison Acts.
Bill Wilson, with the help of John D. Rockefeller, forms Alcoholics Anonymous. Dr. Silkworth, Charles Towns, nor anyone tells Bill Wilson of the success of the Keeley Cure.
Wilson meets Dr. Abram Hoffer and learns of Vitamin therapy for anxiety.
Having been deceived, Bill Wilson passes away without ever implementing the gold cure for AA
Wilson’s Achilles tendon was clipped every time he tried to better AA
Wilson detoxed a number of times until finally he found a spiritual solution after having had a monumental shift in thought. A God consciousness then became the keystone idea for recovering alcoholics. But it was Dr. William Duncan Silkworth who supported Bill’s ideas and subsequently contributed the writing of “The Doctor’s Opinion,” a chapter that precedes “Bill’s Story” in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. The writing did not show any indication that he provided Bill Wilson with the history of the Gold Cure.
Wilson tries for the third time to reintroduce vitamin therapy into alcohol recovery. He died that same month never having discussed the Keeley Gold Cure, indicating he either never knew or was told of the treatment and that it was quackery.
It becomes clear that people, usually medical associates and as high up as the United States Legislative bodies, chipped away at Leslie Keeley’s credibility. With all the people that relapse and with the few who haven’t, but feel that unfillable void, are moderately or terminally ill, or are experiencing “white knuckle” sobriety, a question arises. Why not criticize Bill Wilson for a problematic system? The truth is, Bill Wilson is not to blame entirely for A.A.’s shortcomings.
Silkworth was born in 1873 and by 1893-4, the time of the World Fair in Chicago when in honor of Dr. Keeley, a “Keeley day” commemorated his success. World wide acclaim for Keeley had swept everyone’s consciousness, and Silkworth himself was old enough from his early teens to witness this for the remaining years until Keeley’s death when Silkworth turned 27. Silkworth would attend medical school during the time almost 1 million people took the “cure”. Why didn’t “The little doctor who loved drunks” share with Bill Wilson any of this recovery history? If Bill Wilson had known of a gold treatment that worked, he would not have left this experiment out of his research. Recorded literature documents his work limited to mega vitamin and niacin therapy and LSD, but little else.
The clues to the answer may be traced to the hospital in which Bill was treated. Established the year after Keeley’s death, Towns Hospital was owned and run by Charles B. Towns (1862–1947) and any medical doctor working for the interests of that hospital would have to respect the “mission statement” based on the allopathic medical model. It is said that Charles Towns was approached by a mysterious man with the claim he had a treatment that worked and that he could use it. That medicine happened to include the poisonous nightshade, belladonna, which then became the hospital’s claim to fame. Strange as it sounds, this parallels the story of the US one dollar bill design as it is unknown who presented it. Further research would have to be made as to a connection between the Rockefeller financial support system and the building of Towns Hospital and/or personal contacts between Towns and the elite.
(above) Towns Hospital where Bill Wilson visited four times using the Belladonna poison treatment for alcohol abuse. The treatment was the secret society’s solution to replacing the double chloride of gold treatment that was heralded as 94 percent effective in staving off cravings, repairing damaged DNA, restoring abusers of all drugs and alcohol in a safe manner.
Towns and Silkworth must both also account for twenty years the world knew about a curative approach that had been widely observed. It is possible that Silkworth and were pawns as key role players in suppressing vital medical information for the organization Alcoholics Anonymous by design in order to defend against competition.
The trend though was to demonize natural approaches to healing and it wasn’t necessarily the intent of goodwill business men. This would be accomplished using heavily propagandized media reporting “quackery” so that knowledge of natural cures be prevented from making the jump over the Great Depression and prohibition years. The condition of that span of time had several causes and underlying reasons.. this happens to be one of them. This accomplishment supports a major component built within the structured blueprint for the most massive medical operation ever devised – Big Medica.
Today, Alcoholics Anonymous sells nothing but offers a free message, has no bio-chemical treatments or services, and provides no nutritive information in its approved literature applicable for maintaining health against related diseases specific to addiction. And yet, it is a well protected and beloved program. Reasons for this may be so that AA remains successful and would fail if changed in any way. The medical doctors who were members of Alcoholics Anonymous even dissuaded Bill Wilson from introducing nutritive concepts once he discovered them. Western medicine had integrated its doctrines into A.A. as a potent deceptive barrier to true healing perhaps being persuaded by the Rockefeller influential men positioned within the organization.
The deception may have been so secretive that nobody knew, not even Silkworth or even Charles Towns at the hospital could understand. After all, when someone claims a man is a quack even though hundreds of thousands recovered, doubt sets in – a good thing then becomes irreversibly deflated. The cure became a sham when it actually was the appropriate treatment. The Rockefellers understand and implement psychological mind control so well that the system of deception had become easily executed on all fronts. John D. Rockefeller managed Alcoholics Anonymous so that it would not fail and this is noted today because the organization is not considered a failure when in fact few people truly recover relying on a one-sided system.
The following event accounts for Bill Wilson’s having stumbled onto a new concept that would help not only himself but also members in recovery circles to address problems linked to a specific vitamin deficiency. This mega-vitamin therapy known to alleviate anxiety, depression, and schizophrenia was not a specific treatment for addiction, but it did help to balance mental and biological health issues. What would have happened if Bill Wilson had found that the spiritual approach only worked when treated with Niacin when he originated the spiritual solution in 1935? What if aetheric gold or its salt form was included? Would Dr. Silkworth approve or persuade him from advocating a natural approach that was inseparable from the spiritual ideas? Or, would the Rockefellers have passed over Wilson entirely (perhaps others did, but were not documented in history) by tainting Silkworth’s reputation in the process of search in for “someone else” that fit the profile in order to form that organizational barrier against natural solutions?
The Twelve Traditions had been cemented as a design for success, but completely opposite from that which made the Keeley solution popular and effective which was equally successful. Alcoholics Anonymous does not advertise, profit, have corporate leaders or organization in the form of material or financial growth, and hinges on anonymity as the single most important aspect for success. The Traditions, which are spiritual in nature, also are in complete opposition as to how a profitable corporation functions – non-spiritually. Each and every tradition defied the Rockefeller corporate design they used and yet they encouraged Bill Wilson to implement them. Wilson was never condemned for a inefficient program because the organization was to thrive specifically for the ulterior motive.
The Rockefeller Empire
The second person to sober up using Bill Wilson’s approach was also a physician, Dr. Robert Holbrook Smith, and may only indicate that he was indoctrinated out of the practices of natural healing modalities. He was born the same year Keeley opened his first clinic and was a teenager when Keeley’s credibility was being deflated. Out of the 400,000 patients treated, an estimated 17,000 were medical doctors, as claimed by Keeley. Did these doctors take this news to medical conventions? If the treatment was a hoax, did any state claims against double Chloride of Gold? Again, how is it possible that Silkworth, Smith, and Towns missed this segment of history? In thirty-five years, one would think any of these three men would have bumped into at least one of 17,000 colleagues.
When John D. Rockefeller Sr. interlocked his own empire with that of I.G. Farben in 1928, the largest and most powerful medical and chemical cartel the world had ever known had been created. Not only did that cartel survive the war, but also grew and prospered.6 As a consequence, all medical schools became heavily focused on research and development for drugs. Increased sales contributed to the donors realizing a profit on their donations. Currently, it plays a major role in disease control, profiteering at every conceivable level, including the politics of cancer therapy and the grip it had laid on the budding emergence of Bill Wilson and carrying with him naivety to past curative practices.7
Bill Wilson directly approached the Rockefellers for financial support and was subsequently offered business associates who shared extremely close ties with John D. Rockefeller. LeRoy Chipman, who looked after Rockefeller’s personal affairs, Frank Amos an advertising consultant, and Willard Richardson, an associate who introduced Bill to Rockefeller, they expressed their eagerness to help Bill with legal matters, thus defining a direction for what was to become Alcoholics Anonymous. These men later became members of the board of trustees to the new foundation created on August 11, 1938. The five-member board comprised three non-alcoholics, namely, Rockefeller’s men, and two alcoholics. Of the five, these three Rockefeller men formed the voting advantage needed to establish precedences or direction for the organization.8
Bill Wilson is said to have arrived at the A.A. symbol in a dream; a triangle within a circle. Wilson introduced himself and early AA members into the secret society and learned their practices which included channeling and seances. This particular AA design ironically resembles the trade towers incinerating at the tops of the buildings. The triangle itself exhibits the geometrical 3D structure of the alien space crafts denoted on the air force space NASA would be one.
Bill Wilson is said to have arrived at the A.A. symbol in a dream. This could hardly be a creation from a void and it had to come from somewhere. This is the reason behind the lack of nutritional support for this very program which forms the Twelve Step blueprint and acts as the backbone model for recovery programs and is why food and nutritive problems go unchallenged. What could have been the most powerful organization on earth is forever paced by powers that maintain an ingenious system of constraint.
Gold – The Trace Mineral Deficiency In Water and Agriculture
This two-fold recovery process involving the spiritual in combination with the bio-chemical involving gold would have been integral to the recovery paradigm if only Wilson knew. He is on record for having found a solution in 1960 for treating anxiety and depression using vitamin B-3 therapy and worked tirelessly for eleven years begging for its inclusion into A.A. recovery circles. His desire was to help alcoholics stay recovered. This means he would have immediately brought this mineral replacement therapy that eliminates alcohol cravings forth without exception. Master of ceremonies, Andrew W. Saul, includes Bill Wilson as an inductee of the Orthomolecular Medicine Hall of Fame at the Hotel Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, April 29, 2006 in his induction speech, “…To this day, selective history records A.A.’s 12-Step Program, but has forgotten, or deliberately purged, what Bill wanted to be A.A.’s 13th step – orthomolecular therapy with vitamin B3.”[Lee Brack1] In February 2009, Orthomolecular Medicine’s founder, Abram Hoffer and Bill Wilson’s good friend, clarified to me over the phone, “..yes, Lee, he wanted to share this information as an added step and talked about it all the time because he felt so strongly about nutrition…” Abram Hoffer passed away a few months later in May having lived healthy and happily for ninety one and a half years.
We are a society faced with mineral deficiencies, but none is more misunderstood than the trace mineral, gold. Agricultural soils and fresh water supplies from streams lack this essential mineral because it has been removed due to mining and panning. In our society, we don’t consume sea vegetables in enough quantity, if ever, that would contain all of the elements on the periodic table. This includes gold.
Gold is a known mood leveler and has a history that predates Alcoholics Anonymous near 100% effective in eliminating the compulsion to drink alcohol, addiction to drugs and tobacco smoking. At the time the Keeley Gold Cure raged successfully from 1880 to 1900; his reputation challenged and the formula and legacy concealed from our memories, Prohibition was repealed by the 21st amendment in December, 1933. This vital health information was not transmitted by John D. Rockefeller, William Silkworth, or Charles Town who knew very well of the success of Dr. Leslie Keeley to Bill Wilson. Wilson felt he had found the solution to the severest alcoholism for the hopeless drunk using a spiritual approach. Had Bill Wilson known that this natural remedy existed between A.A.’s inception in 1935 up until his passing on January 24, 1971 (a simple nutritive deficiency), he very well could have been regarded as an ultimate recovery savior to another 50% to 90% serious cases.
The undisputed history of Keeley’s gold treatment cannot be discounted despite damaging criticisms, propaganda, and accusations that the treatments was “quackery.” The effort to discredit him was effective even with the publications of two publicly recognized books: C.S. Clark’s The Perfect Keeley Cure and Alfred Calhoun’s Is It A Modern Miracle?. With misfortune today natural treatments cannot be claimed curative because of the industry of deception and dictatorial power. Just as colloidal silver was used to treat bacterial infections before synthetic antibiotics overshadowed it, colloidal gold treated addiction as well as other medical ailments. According to the Golden Theorem and Sacred Geometry as explained by Dan Winter, gold shares the same geometry as the heart muscles and the double helix structure in human DNA.
Bill Wilson’s fourth and final return to Towns Hospital culminated in an experience known as “The White Light” rapture. People who have been clinically dead but brought back to life describe the same experience that had oftentimes changed their lives from that point on. There is no clear and definitive explanation for this “bathing in bright light and a connection with a universal God,” but it may have tangible merit when related with the body’s instinct for survival. If the body is suffering to the point of little or no return, and it must incorporate a final exercise in repair, could it be that the mineral, gold, transmutates in a swift alchemical operation so as to repair DNA damage, cellular toxicity, and most importantly, a last ditch effort to keep the soul from escape… if one is to believe these things? There have been miracles in which no explanation other than an unexplained all-powerful creator performing the healing – if God is also gold without the letter, L, then perhaps there has always been a relationship right before our eyes. I queried world renowned authorities of this very question and was returned an answer from Dan Winter on September 13, 2010, where I asked if gold is endogenously manufactured instantly to heal the body and mind during a ‘White Light Experience’. My hope is that continued research delves into solving this riddle, for if it is resolved, we all may get closer to reversing a fraudulent medical paradigm.
Addiction, as well as mental instability, is treatable on a bio-chemical level beginning with normalizing mineral and vitamin deficiencies. This would include the non-chemically addicted with compulsive behaviors such as over spending, gambling, relationships, and working. Lack of the trace mineral gold may be the “empty void” syndrome.. a hole that never fills up. Once satiated with white gold and or ormus gold from edible botanicals that are safer and more biologic including aloe mannatech, grape source ormous, and sea water source agricultural ormes, then we have afforded to us a natural mood stabilizer establishing homeostasis for the individual.
The Harmonic Relationship
In terms of frequency relationships between objects of similarity, the particular astrological sign, or month, correlates harmonically with each cell salt respective of the zodiac sign. The 13th salt, if recognized as such, would represent our sun.
An example would be one of the 12 standard tissue salts, Sodium Chloride, that correlates to Aquarius.
Dr. Sheldon Deal NDC concludes a correlation with vibrational frequencies in terms of harmonics separated by many octaves, that resonate in the recipient in the same way. Sound frequencies are separated by as many as 40 octaves from the visible light spectrum of color. For example, the key of C shares the same harmonic resonance to the color red/orange (635nm). Gem stones, organs and tissues have been widely known for this interconnected resonant correlation, but Dr. Deal observed with fresh insight the mathematical relationships involving bio-harmonic synchronicity frequencies.
Dr. Deal’s observation links cell salts to the months of the year. He notes that while the human being gestates within the womb, the evolving life passes through nine separate frequencies according to astrological zones in thirty day periods with the exception of the three remaining which complete the twelve month cycle. Therefore, the newborn may be deficient in three subsequent cell salts that share the same harmonics as each respective zodiac zones that succeed the birth month. His recommendation when a mineral deficiency is detected, and usually it is with the months that the baby did not pass through, is to supplement its diet with these remaining salts for up to one year after birth.3
The exception would be the 13th cell salt which represents the sun – gold – because our sun is a year round radiant energy. The newborn by default receives nine months of radiant frequencies. As long as we are in the presence of the sun, the harmonic frequency of gold would be logically satisfied, however, because we have become deficient in organic cellular available gold, and the fact that we’ve been conditioned to avoid the sun’s vibratorial full spectrum radiation, we are lacking sufficient levels of the frequency. Hence, a pregnant mother who avoids direct sunlight may be the source of the deficiency. Undoubtedly, overuse of ultra violet sunscreens, working near fluorescent lights for long periods (years/decades), living largely indoors, and thoroughly dissolving the skin’s natural production of oil (of which the hormone oil soluble vitamin D2 is anticipating stimulation into D3) by using soap removes the vitamin that would normally absorb through the skin. An example of resonance suppression is the common thread practice among urbanites.
Dr. Sheldon Deal NDC is a naturopathic doctor practicing in the US with over forty years of practical application of the natural healing modalities. He distinctly concluded an observation that correlates vibrational frequencies,
The second observation is realized also using simple mathematics. The work of biophysicist Dr. Fritz A. Popp, in collaboration with several universities and the International Institute of Biophysics at Kaiserslautern and Neuss in the mid-70’s investigating the physics of Biophotons,10 also measured the electrical potential in volts around the heart. This measurement of 635nm happens to match that of the mineral, gold. If the heart meridian is potentiated by ormus gold or the chloride salt, then it would make sense that people not only recovered with the aversion to addictive activities but also felt complete with the closeness one feels when universally “connected.”
1. New Life Through Nutrition, by Sheldon C. Deal, ND, New Life Publishing, Tucson, AZ.,1974. pp. 148-155
2. The Biochemic Handbook – How to get well and keep fit with biochemic tissue salts, by J.B. Chapman, MD and Edward L. Perry, MD., Formur, Inc., 1994 (14th printing) p.10-19
3. http://schuessler-cell-salts.com/additional-cell-salts/index.htm – accessed on 9-25-2010
4. White, William I., Slaying the Dragon: The History of Addiction treatment and Recover in America. Bloomington, Il: Chestnut Health Systems, 1998.
5. Keeley, Lesley E., Opium: Its Use, Abuse and Cure: or From Bondage to Freedom. Chicago: Banner of Gold, 1897; reprinted New York: Arno Press, 1981
6. Barclay, George A. “The Keeley League”, Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society: 57, 1964: 364-379
7. Clark, C.S. The Perfect Keeley Cure, Milwaukee: n.p., 1892.
8. Morgan, H. “No, Thank You, I’ve been to Dwight: Reflections on the Keeley Cure for Alcoholism” in Illinois Historical Journal. 82.no.3 1989: 147-166
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- Advanced Kinesiology, by Sheldon C. Deal, NMD, New Life Publishing, 2nd Edition, 1999, Tucson, Arizona p. 40
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