Is there anyone else who knows that regardless of if they can get their family through the poleshift alive, they will soon die without medicine?

 

My husband and daughter will resume clotting to death when their blood thinner runs out.  My severly autistic son will surely wander away while I am sleeping without doors, windows, and locks to keep him from wandering.

 

I managed to get my family to a safe location, and although my two adult sons and husband don't want to hear about the poleshift after eleven years and the white lie in 2003, they now have made lives here and I feel confident of that.  Plus, after years of ranting from their crazy mother, perhaps the horrors we are about to witness in our skies will not leave them shocked and unable to function.

 

Last year, my daughter was airlifted to a Children's Hospital six hours drive away because her right side was not functioning and she could not speak.  By the time we caught up by car she had stopped breathing, and they had to do emergency brain surgery because she had blood clots in her brain.  I know what's coming.  I know people are leaving.  I was calm when they told me she would die in two days.  Better this than the horrors of the pole shift and after, if she didn't feel she could...handle?...experience?  All the words sound like coward and I have never felt that way about the people who are choosing to leave at this time.

 

When all her vital signs miraculously turned around, I was confused and started talking to the Zetas while pacing in the cemetary the smokers were exiled to.  I demanded they allow her to live with the hybrids.  I begged them to allow her to live with the hybrids.  I pointed out that she was a wonderful person and that she would be helpful.  But, ultimately, I cannot stand in the way of any lessons an individual soul is learning.  I cannot question why my daughter lived, only to resume clotting after the shift.  Perhaps she doesn't have her father's clotting disorder (she tested positive, then negative).  Perhaps she is one of the people the Zeta's were talking about whose health will improve after the shift.

 

All I do know is, after the shift, I will stay by my husband and daughter's sides as/if they clot to death.  Will we starve first?  Will my son wander away first?  How will the community feel about me taking care of three disabled people?

 

 

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Susan,

I will keep you and your family in my prayers.  Pat said absolutely everything I could have managed to say.  We're certainly in for some painful times but we do know the soul lives on and we all chose to be here now for whatever our personal lessons.

Look into the plant that Lothar has shared and find other information on autism holistic approaches.

Best of luck to you and yours and thank you for sharing your story.  I'm so happy that you have embraced the Zeta Talk message and understand what it means to be here in the now.

Hi Susan,  I will keep your family in my heart also.    If Lothar is correct, then the person to contact in Australia in Isabell Shipard.  She is Australia's foremost herb expert.  She may be contacted at info@herbsarespecial.com.au.   If phoning is easier....Monday to Friday 10 am to 4 pm Australian Eastern Standard Time.    Dial the code into Australia first then  07 5441 1101.     Blessings,
Hi Susan, me again.  My brilliant husband just suggested "Ginkgo or Maidenhair Tree".   Botanical name is Ginkgo Biloba family Ginkgoaceae.  It is the last surviving member of that plant family, is long lived and slow growing (1,000-4,000  years) can grow as tall as 30m and is resistant to pests, diseases and pollution.  It is considered to be the ancestor of all conifers.  The trees produce male and female flowers on different trees so it is necessary to have both, and planted close to each other.   Other names this plant is known by are:  Kung Sun Soo, Icho, and Ya-chiao-izu.  I hope this is helpful.  Isabell Shipard may sell it as dried leaves and you could use this until trees can be acquired.

yea i hope you look into buying the dried version of whatever it is that cyaneus recommended. Foraging in the aftertime for medicine (give your circumstances), or even growing medicine (for the immediate 2 - 3 years after the shift may not be a reliable alternative.

 

That being said, For the longest I was deeply vexed on how I could get my relatives from all over the States up here in canada, and survive the poleshift....... Now, I am not so much concerned about living through the poleshift...

 

Living doesnt necessarily have to be the #1 option. I have handicapped family members.

I tell myself, living is not what is most important. Doing what is best for everyone is what is important.... And in many cases a quick death is something easier to swallow than having to live through the poleshift, without any impetus to survive.......

 

Honestly, IMO, it looks like youve already answered your question... Tough times for all indeed.

I hope for your community that they´re proud to have someone like you around...

I have no idea, how I´d handle your situation, and you should definately look into the herbal remedy suggestions, here... remember that most "real" medicine/prescription pills and such are herbal based, but refined.

I get confused when I hear people say that maybe they´re better off dead - but how would we know ??  We just can´t - and yes, - maybe your autistic son will stop wandering post-PS.. there are so many uncertainties/stuff we just can´t know...

But thanks for sharing !  and much love to you & your family

Thank-you Pat.  Occasionally I browse the A.R.E. (Edgar Cayce's Readings).  After we returned from the hospital I checked the site again for our new disability (my daughter has ulcerative colitis too now and it has been known to cause blood clots to brain).  The new layout was wonderful.  I could find the readings that pertained to autism when ten years earlier I hadn't been able to find any readings.  I started to make our autistic son chew each bite 14 times before swallowing and the cronic burping that had destroyed his baby teeth disappeared.

 

My husband also uses an inhaler some times throughout the year so I searched for asthma/allergies.  Cayce prescribed a mixure to be kept in a bottle with a cork.  This was to be inhaled.

 

A blessing from autism has been discovering occupational therapists.  We spent four days at the hospital taking turns walking the halls with our autistic son.  By day four, our son, who rarely says words, would throw himself down on the sidewalk  and say, "Away, away!"  His occupational therapist drove all the way to the hospital and took him for almost the entire month we were there!  Not only that.  She kept him gluten-free, casein-free, and sugar-free the entire time!

Pat Shannon said:

Susan, my heart goes out to you as only another mother's heart can do.  I cannot even imagine the stress you must live with on a daily basis, and therefore anything I could say would only be lip service.  We cannot even begin to understand why such things happen, or see the big picture, and why we chose such circumstances for our present incarnation.  But I do believe that these things are in your life for a reason, in your children's life for a reason, and only after this lifetime will you know why.  In the meantime I will pray for you and your family.

My own mother is in her 90's and has congestive heart failure, (she never smoked a day in her life, and has to use inhalers to be able to breathe)  and she is a believer like us.  I do worry about how she will manage if she is still alive for the shift and I do not want her to suffer gasping for breath, and they weaken and die.  So different circumstances, yes, but the same kind of worrying.  I have had to tell myself that what will be will be, and all I can do is hope that maybe she will silently pass in her sleep before the shift.  She on the other hand, wants to survive to ride out the shift as she feels she can help my brothers during that time!  So I just have to accept what ever happens, and try to get a peace about it.

Thank-you Debbie.  My daughter and I did plant some ginger last year for her father, before she ended up needing it.  It did very well in the greenhouse, but I won't know until this year if it survived the winter.  Money is tight so I buy one ginger root every time I go shopping.  I knew warfarin was actually named for the fungus that was found residing  on alfalfa and was thinking trying to grow fungus on alfalfa would be too difficult.  But alfalfa itself is easy.  I've never planted it and its everywhere!   I did not know the seeds were toxic, sigh.  Now I am wondering if my son will eat them.  I tried to bring all my herbs in this year and my son ate them all.  Every night I would search a differnet herb for overdose.  I found that most common herbs kill pain.  He was a way too happy camper before I took all the herbs back outside and let them die.   A couple years ago I started taking note of the locations of weeping willows in the area.  This area is very rich in berries already so that is good to hear.

I checked Amazon and could get The Green Pharmacy for only a dollar ninty-eight used.  Before I order, what are the names of the three other books you consult?

Debbie said:

Hi Susan.

There is hope!!!!!

A few years ago I started researching herbal cures like crazy when I had a sense that the end was nigh. WHat I found is that there is a wonderful world of really well researched options out there. I promise you. :)

Here are some great herbal options that you should explore.

 

Garlic is a great anti clotting herb. It has no less than 9 anti clotting compounds  NOT if it is a hemorrhagic stroke, however)

Willow  bark  is a herbal aspirin and a little a day in the form of a teaspoon made into a tea can certainly help as a great blood thinner.

Carrots – Studies have shown that 5 servings a week reduced strokes in women by more than 68 % as compared to women who had 2 or less servings a month.

Bilberries,blueberries and huckleberries contain something called anthocyanidins. Numerous European studies have shown that this reduces blood clots and break down plaque deposits.

Evening primrose oil also has potent anti clotting agents.

Alfalfa: animal studies have shown that alfalfa helps reduce blood cholesterol levels and plaque deposits that lead to blood clotting and stroke.  Alfalfa can be sprouted – something you can do with the pole shift. If you use a herb (1 lb of dried leaf costs $8.25 plus shipping from Starwest Botanicals(http://www.starwest-botanicals.com/category/alfalfa-leaf/) you use 1 to 2 teaspoons per cup of boiling water steeped for 10 -20 minutes (Don’t eat the seeds – they are fairly toxic)

Ginger is also great for preventing the formation of some types of clots. The Live Well cancer website states “Ginger is one of the most powerful herbs in treating circulatory system problems and preventing stroke. Ginger, notes the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, has a wide range of uses, and most of the medicinal ingredients in this herb are contained in the plant's roots. Ginger promotes blood flow throughout your body, reduces your likelihood of developing harmful blood clots and decreases your chances of developing atherosclerosis, thrombus formation and stroke. Ginger also possesses anti-inflammatory action.” Dried ginger can also be purchased in bulk at $13.50 per pound from Starwest. (http://www.starwest-botanicals.com/category/ginger?c1=GAW_SE_NW&...)

I take a three pronged approach. I buy the herbs in bulk and vacuum seal them. (replacing them yearly) I by plants and seed and start growing them (in the hope they will have their roots clawed into the soil and survive) and I buy seed for an after time

There are some excellent reference books that you can buy. The four books I turn to all the time are

The Green Pharmacy by James A. Duke

Peace and Much Love

Thank-you Starr.

 

You will be glad to hear that a large amount of money came our way about three years ago.  I had been waiting seven years to do what we could not afford to do for autism.  I took my son to the nearest DAN (Defeat Autism Now) doctor in Duluth, MN.  My son's entire gut was populated strictly with candida.  It had taken over and mutated, growing roots into and through his intestines.  Candida creates 70 different drugs that cross the leaking guts, enter the blood stream, and go straight to the brain.  The other 400 friendly bacteria that live within our guts were gone.  He may have had this since the first time he took anti-biotics, although he had begun talking before the MMR, so maybe that pushed him over the edge. 

 

We put him on anti-fungals, probiotics, gluten-free, casein-free, sugar-free.  The doctor rented us a hyperbaric oxygen chamber for a month and drove 5 hours to set it up in our living room for a month (it used an air compressor instead of oxygen) and my son and I climbed into it for an hour every night.

One month later, he was clear of candida overgrowth (it is supposed to be there, the other friendly bacteria normally keep it in line).  The foggy, drugged look in his eyes disappeared.  The dark rings under his eyes disappeared.  He could understand the concept of pedaling a bike.  He could push a grocery cart through the store.  I could go on and on, every day for the last few years.  However, he did seem to peak out on a GF/CF diet and last year the school kept calling for us to come get him because he was melting down. 

 

About six months before my daughter got sick, the money was all used up.  We could no longer afford his anti-fungals and probiotics.

 

When it came time for me to read about ulcerative colitis it only took 5 minutes for me to find "the" book.  Breaking the Vicious Cycle by Elaine Gottshall.  Turns out, many parents of autism have turned to my daughter's diet when GF/CF peaked for them.  I have removed ALL complex carbohydrates from our diets (the kids and I).  We tore the kitchen apart again and gave all the open grain/potatoe products in the house to a young couple down the street.  These require additional break down by the gut, and a damaged gut can't do it.  The carbohydrates sit in the gut, undigested and feed bad bacteria.  The diet requires making your own yogurt, which nulifies the casein in the milk, and now my children get pro-biotics without the high cost.  I just hope their guts are recovered enough before yogurt is a thing of the past.

 

After a year with no flares my daughter can attempt to add complex carbohydrates back into her diet.  Her last flare was January so I hear a ticking clock constantly.  Can I beat the pole shift?  She can't eat any of the dried food I have stored, yet.  My son is starting puberty so it is difficult to say what the diet has done for him.  He recently learned how to unlock all the kitchen cupboards and dumped a large container of honey everywhere.  I don't want to spend any money on non pole-shift related items, but now we have to go buy tiny combination locks for the entire kitchen. 

 

We have been waiting for social security to reinstate my son's SSI for 7 months now.  They have the receipts for every penny we spent trying to heal him, but I think they may be holding out for the poleshift.  If the money comes through I will definately buy bulk herbs online.


Starr DiGiacomo said:

Susan,

I will keep you and your family in my prayers.  Pat said absolutely everything I could have managed to say.  We're certainly in for some painful times but we do know the soul lives on and we all chose to be here now for whatever our personal lessons.

Look into the plant that Lothar has shared and find other information on autism holistic approaches.

Best of luck to you and yours and thank you for sharing your story.  I'm so happy that you have embraced the Zeta Talk message and understand what it means to be here in the now.

Thank-you Lothar.

Lothar Schwarz said:

Hi, there is a plant growing in Australia, which is used as blood thinner, like Marcumar does..

Greetings Lothar

Thank-you Cyaneus.

 

I have written all the information down.  I am surrounded by conifers in the upper peninsula of Michigan so maybe it would do well here.  Maybe it already is.  I was lucky enough to work in the youth conservation corp up here when young.  I don't remember ever coming across this conifer, but we were dealing primarily with the "crop" trees.

Cyaneus said:

Hi Susan, me again.  My brilliant husband just suggested "Ginkgo or Maidenhair Tree".   Botanical name is Ginkgo Biloba family Ginkgoaceae.  It is the last surviving member of that plant family, is long lived and slow growing (1,000-4,000  years) can grow as tall as 30m and is resistant to pests, diseases and pollution.  It is considered to be the ancestor of all conifers.  The trees produce male and female flowers on different trees so it is necessary to have both, and planted close to each other.   Other names this plant is known by are:  Kung Sun Soo, Icho, and Ya-chiao-izu.  I hope this is helpful.  Isabell Shipard may sell it as dried leaves and you could use this until trees can be acquired.

Thank-you Randy.

 

I too am concerned that I won't be able to grow anything after the shift.  It does not look like we can afford to buy online herbs before the shift, but I have found more options because of the answers I have received today. 

 

After years of fighting for my husband and children I just can't give up.  I tried.  When the quake hit Haiti we had just ran out of money for online herbs for my son.  I felt it was my job in this country to poison my family for the profit of large corporations and I didn't want to do it for them anymore, even if my family wanted me to.  I crawled into bed waiting to die with the 200,000 trapped Haitians also waiting to die.  I, to my disappointment, didn't die.  My whole body ached from being in bed for two days, and the laundry was building up.

 

I try as hard as the money will allow to not poison my family, but we can no longer afford organic.  That is all I can do.  I asked my husband and older sons if they wanted to survive the pole shift eleven years ago.  They said they did.  My daughter wants to survive now that she knows about the pole shift.  I have to try to make it possible for them. 

randy said:

yea i hope you look into buying the dried version of whatever it is that cyaneus recommended. Foraging in the aftertime for medicine (give your circumstances), or even growing medicine (for the immediate 2 - 3 years after the shift may not be a reliable alternative.

 

That being said, For the longest I was deeply vexed on how I could get my relatives from all over the States up here in canada, and survive the poleshift....... Now, I am not so much concerned about living through the poleshift...

 

Living doesnt necessarily have to be the #1 option. I have handicapped family members.

I tell myself, living is not what is most important. Doing what is best for everyone is what is important.... And in many cases a quick death is something easier to swallow than having to live through the poleshift, without any impetus to survive.......

 

Honestly, IMO, it looks like youve already answered your question... Tough times for all indeed.

Thank-you Malou.

I often think to myself that this is probably a great honor.  Maybe I even said, "Send me!  I am brave!"  Maybe I cut in line in heaven to get this opportunity.  Maybe this time I made it.  To think that there are STS planets that are far worse than what they do here is a horrible thought.  I hope I did it right this time.

Malou (Marie Louise) Geleff said:

I hope for your community that they´re proud to have someone like you around...

I have no idea, how I´d handle your situation, and you should definately look into the herbal remedy suggestions, here... remember that most "real" medicine/prescription pills and such are herbal based, but refined.

I get confused when I hear people say that maybe they´re better off dead - but how would we know ??  We just can´t - and yes, - maybe your autistic son will stop wandering post-PS.. there are so many uncertainties/stuff we just can´t know...

But thanks for sharing !  and much love to you & your family

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