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Rise in Autism rates go hand-in-hand with increased vaccinations

Paul Fassa
Natural Society
Mon, 11 Nov 2013 03:31 CSTPrint
Another effort to discount vaccinations as a source of autism has gone into research to prove defective genes as the major culprit. Some epidemiological studies based on twins with autism spectrum disorders was done as early as the mid-1970s. Since then, autism has increased 40-fold. All this from a sudden case of bad genes? This rapid autism rise has coincided with a dramatic increase of early childhood vaccination schedules over the same period, which has been an almost four-fold increase.

The gene theory does not explain how healthy babies suddenly became autistic after undergoing part of an intense series of vaccinations, some shots with multiple-vaccines, at newly born or toddler age.

As a matter of fact, there is very little effort to objectively pursue the autism-vaccination connection. Gene research opposition to the gene theories of autism, or gene theories of many diseases, comes from those who consider environmental causes as primary causal factors, not vaccinations.

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Science

Funny how the world has spent billions investigating global warming, but I am not aware of a scientific vaccine study including a control group (no vaccine).

My exact thought...

If the vaccine industry is so sure they're on the correct course, why do a life long study of non-vaccinated children and their health, to prove how dangerous not vaccinating is?

Because they're LIARS and THIEVES!

Restore the Foundations - "If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do?"

Not sure if you have beeen voted down or not ...

(Hope not) But I bump and vote up for truth about the vaccine / autism connection.

"Hence, naturally enough, my symbol for Hell is something like the bureaucracy of a police state or the office of a thoroughly nasty business concern." ~~C.S. Lewis
Love won! Deliverance from Tyranny is on the way! Col. 2:13-15

good find there Bob-45

And the other articles on vaccines at Sott. In addition to my iodine supplements, vitamin D, coconut oil, coffee enemas to chelate toxins from the temple I'm almost done with my near infrared sauna. The vast majority of us have no idea what harm is caused by those poisons. We are unaware.
Thanks again for the alert.
In freedom.

thedoctorisin

Looks like you've incorporated some good

things in your program. You might also want to consider the GAPS Diet which can help a lot with autism and nutrition. One thing about coffee enemas is that you want to juice (preferably green juices) if you are doing them because they remove some minerals from the body as well as toxins. The Gerson materials say you want to nourish then detoxify.

I remember I'm supposed to

I remember I'm supposed to make that list. I'll get to it no later than Sunday. Catch you later, still.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.

no problemo...

I'm currently buried neck deep in the "The Buteyko Method" and newer "Frolov Breathing Device" sections. These topics will lead me full circle to Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy and then back to dentistry as these topics are interrelated.

It's amazing how a simple thing like nose breathing vs. mouth breathing affects the development of the face and jaw during the growing phase.

Yo stillwater

thanks for that. I have heard of the GAPS Diet and just looked up some info. Thank god Mr Gore made that for us. The Internet. Somebody should tell him that "you didn't do that". Maybe Mr Obama?

I supplement with bone broths, calcium/mag and other minerals in sea salt. I also use a product called Detoxamin in suppository form at every other night to attract heavy metals that go out the poop the next day. It seems to be working well. On days that I use Detoxamin I make sure to take my minerals early in the day. It is my understanding that some valuable minerals come out with the heavy crap.

For now I am sticking with Dr Sherry Rogers (environmental medicine)that writes/says that our health problems are caused by 2 things: poor nutrition and toxins in the body. She insists (and has many references) that when the toxins are out; lead, mercury, arsenic, cadmium, phthalates, dioxins, styrene, bromines, PCBs and on and on we can eat whatever we want except lots of junk food and do just fine.

She has a plan to get rid of toxins and then ways to avoid more of them or at least minimize exposure. Some of her recommendations are Enemas, infrared sauna (i'm building one), iodine, and extra vitamins as she writes that to detoxify the body requires more minerals and vitamins.

Thanks too for the reminder of your alternative cancer plans. Very well done and appreciated. All my projects are listed in there, somewhere. More than once I have woken from a very restful sleep and fell bad for the direction of our country and the things that bring me back is my 2 daughters and that I continue to get younger.

We have to know that if we suspect our government has failed us we must also know that the standard medical people have as well. They want the power and money (nothing new here) and with all their "assistance" we keep getting sicker. I learned this very day that my former wife's cousin (60ish) has had a heart attack and maybe this will be another opportunity call for my former wife to wake-up.

Ok the dog and me want a walk so until we meet again.

thedoctorisin

It sounds like we are

thinking along the same lines. I'll have to check out Dr. Sherry Rogers.

You can find construction plans for building a near infrared sauna under the Detoxification category of my post. Here is a direct link to the section: Near Infrared Lamp Saunas

Maybe this is the same site you happen to be using for construction plans.

how can we be free when plagued

with disease?
Here be an interview (audio) with Rogers: http://oneradionetwork.com/health/dr-sherry-rogers-m-d-natio...

You are correct again there stillwater. Dr Lawrence Wilson it is. I just ordered his sauna book this day.

thedoctorisin

You should consider adding this to your routine:

Diatomaceous Earth-

http://www.earthworkshealth.com/How-Diatomaceous-Earth-Works...

I drink a glass of water with 2 spoonfulls of it and 4 iodine drops every day and feel great. Its like little scrubbers that clean out your insides. If you have any parasites it shreds those little buggers too. It makes you very regular as well, especially when used with a potty squatty.

We all share this eternally evolving present moment- The past and future only exist as inconsequential mental fabrications.

thanks

I was going to ask the same thing.. been researching different supplements to help stay healthy. Thanks for posting

proverbs 20:15
There is gold, and an abundance of jewels;
But the lips of knowledge are a more precious thing.

thanks!

That is a great thread. It seems one can always find an answer on dailypaul

proverbs 20:15
There is gold, and an abundance of jewels;
But the lips of knowledge are a more precious thing.

Yo SF and thanks

I give DE to our cat and dog to remove parasites instead of using the toxic worming meds. I'll check it out. I also give DE to our chickens to help with internal bugs. However they still have an issue.

Tell me about your iodine. What brand and strength? How long have you been supplementing?

thedoctorisin

DE, Sauna

DE for cats and dogs, eh? I don't understand. Why would DE kill parasites?

tdisin, would you talk about it here, telling me how DE works to kill parasites such as worms and how to administer DE to dogs and cats?

Thank you, tdisin.

PS. Good to hear about you building a near infrared sauna. I built mine a year and a half ago. Although, it's a full spectrum sauna -- near, middle and far. The kind of heat, of course, comes from the bulbs. My bulbs are full spectrum. Three of them on a board. Simple as that. My sauna's crude, but, boy, it helps. Add a space heater if needed, more sweat. Put on the shower for two or three minutes to partially fog the bathroom, more sweat yet. Add a spray bottle to spray yourself occasionally, yep, even more sweat.

Fifteen minutes to a an hour, but graduate from 15 to an hour instead of going right to a half hour long or hour long session. Examples: Sessions one to five, 15 minutes; sessions five to ten, 20 minutes; and so on. If your sauna is how mine is, sit 3 to 5 feet away from it. Listen to your body, to your self. If you're experiencing discomfort, go NO further; in fact reduce session time and sit farther away from sauna.

Also, make sure to:

1/2) avoid much fog, thereby prevent exposed wires to condensation which could cause short circuiting of electricity in home or a fire.

2/2) leave the space between the bottom of the door and floor open. This space allows circulation of air and ease of breathing by keeping the room from reaching unsafe levels of heat and dryness which could cause the person to pass out.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.

I think you first

told me about Dr. Wilson's site around the time you were finishing up your sauna.

Time flies...

Truthful Dentistry Book List

1) The Roots of Disease by Robert Kulacz, DDS, and Thomas Levy, MD, JD. Forwarded by actor James Earl Jones.
2) Root Canal Cover-up by George Meinig, DDS and cofounder of American Association of Endodontists.
3) It's All in Your Head by Hal Huggins, DDS, MS
4) Uninformed Consent by Hal Huggins, DDS, MS
5) Beyond Amalgam by Susan Stockton

More to come, still. I'm sleepy and going to bed. I'll finish this list soon. Really, I will. :P No, I will. Goodnight, still.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.

Thanks A-B--B-A ~

I've added 1, 4, and 5 to the OP and copied 2 and 3 from the Dental Procedures section to the book list section. I was going to leave your comment alone in case you wanted to edit it but decided to respond so you wouldn't think I was ignoring you. :-)

Just so you know, I haven't forgotten that video you posted on 10/20/2013 on jaw bone necrosis. I plan on adding it when I start to reorganize the Dental Procedures section.

Alternative (or, Truthful) Audio and Video on Dentistry

Here are videos and one audio lecture discussing dentistry's pitfalls you might want to add to the dentistry section:

1) Cholesterol 222 (audio)
2) 60 Minutes USA
3) 60 Minutes New Zealand
4) 60 Minutes Australia
5) Biochemistry
6) Coors Study
7) Hidden Danger
8) Toxic Teeth
9) Informed Consent: Diagnostics
10) Root Canal, The Inside Story
11) Rooted (at ppnf.org)
12) Hidden Dental Pathology Conference: The Holistic Dental Practice (1 hour, 50 minutes). Presentation by Michael Margolis, DDS, friend of Wesley Shankland, DDS, MS, PhD. Was a VHS tape available on Stockton's website.
13) Hidden Dental Pathology Conference: Kineseology Testing of Dental Patients (50 minutes). Presentation by Robert Broe, LMT. Was a VHS tape available on Stockton's website. Perhaps the video is available on Broe's website.

I recommend those videos and the audio lecture because I've seen them all and listen to the one lecture. One to 10 are available at Huggins' website. His website has a few more videos (which I want to buy some day) and many books, several of which I own and one I noticed a few minutes ago skimming Huggins online store and would like to read, River of Hope, a story about a woman who beat a dreadful disease. Even though I want to read that story, I really want to buy Huggins' recently published Stories Written in Blood, a 6 DVD set on dental materials and their impact on health in particular on biochemistry proved by DNA analysis. I bet this set's going to be great. I want it.

Even though Stockton might have left us, here is an article of hers I remember reading years ago. It's a good one.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.

I've been working

on the list today and I've added numbers 1 - 11 with the exception of "5) Biochemistry", which I couldn't seem to find on Huggins' site.

Also, I can't seem to find #'s 12 & 13 either. You mentioned that Stockton passed away and the website was no longer active (I saw the comment that you mentioned about her passing on one of the videos). I couldn't find a website for Robert Broe either though I found a book written by Robert & Kerri Broe titled, Absurd Medical Assumptions (no description available), though I'm not sure it is the same person.

I also added "Stories Written in Blood".

You're right, "Biochemistry"

You're right, "Biochemistry" isn't on Huggins' site. It's no longer there. That's unfortunate. It was a decent video, but I think it isn't needed because some of its information is in other videos of his and in his books.

Twelve and 13, videos on VHS tapes, were on Stockton's site. Maybe the Broe video will be on the Broe's website (below). I don't know if it is. I haven't been on that website in a long time and when I was on it, I didn't look for the video because I owned it.

Above in a comment of mine I clicked the link to the Stockton article. The article isn't there and the website changed tremendously. Although I haven't found that article, I did find this review about Stockton's book "Beyond Amalgam." Because of the mention of Boyd Haley conducting research, which I don't know if he is doing now but which I read a little of and encountered references to in articles I read starting in mid to late 2005, this article probably is dated then or before then.

Although I havn't read this short e-book, here's the link to it. Maybe it's a good book.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.

The Broes, bro. lol. Couldn't

The Broes, bro. lol. Couldn't resist. :-P

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.

Continued: Truthful Dentistry Book List

6) Solving the MS Mystery by Hal A Huggins, DDS, MS

7) Abstracts of Steinman available at Huggins website. It's a compilation of some Steinman's abstracts on the endocrine system of the tooth, finding that its natural circulation, a nutritive and cleaning processes, is from its inside to its outside.

7) Tooth Truth by Frank J. Jerome, DDS

8) Whole Body Dentistry by Mark A. Breiner, DDS

9) Dental Self Help by Soaring Bear

10) Dental Infections, Oral and Systemic (vol.1) and Dental Infection and the Degenerative Diseases (vol.2) (1924) by Weston Andrew Price, DDS, MS, FACD and founder and chairman of the National Dental Association which became the research department of the American Dental Association on its creation. Each volume has halves, totaling four parts in this set at 1,174 pages. This book is rare if not impossible to find. But copies of it can be purchased at ppnf.org, the only place I'm aware selling copies.

11) Death and Dentistry (1940) by Martin H. Fischer, MD. The hardback version of this book is rare. Paperback versions of it are available on eBay and Amazon. Knowledgeable authors on dentistry and most modern truthful dentistry books reference Price's opus and to a lesser extent Fischer's book probably because Fischer and his book didn't have the notoriety Price had. Fischer's book and Price's book are foundational to truthful dentistry. Fischer's book is the most comprehensive and important book on this list. If I could pick only two books to buy, Fischer's book and Stockton's book are them.
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Full title of a book on first half of list:

Beyond Amalgam: The Hidden Health Hazard Posed by Jawbone Cavitations

This short, succinct, personal account, information-packed book is the only book solely on this subject, osteonecrosis in the jaw. Susan Stockton's website is inaccessible. I suspect a comment I read under her longer-than-two-hour video on YouTube is true, that she has passed on. Probably because of her passing and because of it the inability for this book to be printed on her request the price of this book has skyrocketed. I suspect the videos she sold on her website now are difficult to find and will be expensive, so be sure to watch the aforementioned video, least it be taken off YouTube. (If someone can record it and post it on YT if it were to be removed or post it elsewhere, that person would be doing a great service to mankind.) Regarding the price of Beyond Amalgam, in late 2009 or early '10 I bought it from her for $12.95 plus shipping. I didn't partake in it, but she had a scale of bulk purchases whose top discount was 40% off; I mention the book's price and its best discounted price to contrast its price then to now. Whether information on this subject is in video, photos, books or on blogs, more information is needed, especially those including personal accounts with, preferably, evidence.

still, if you would, when you put these book titles in your post, would you italicize them or put them in quotations, whichever style fits your post? I prefer italics because they look classy, clean and make titles standout particularly when near text about them. Quotation marks are clean but they don't contrast as much as italics which enable easy location.

Regarding oral health but not from the iotrogenic standpoint, the books here could benefit the list but with a line between the list and them. I don't own these books, but I perhaps I will own them some day. I wonder if the authors of these books theorized about dentistry-caused jaw necrosis which then was exacerbated by the biphosphorous treatments. That way, they could discuss both causes in their books, a big help. My guess is, No, they didn't. But maybe they did, even if only alluding to dentistry caused jaw necrosis. I'll cross my fingers. Precious few people, however, have the cajones to go against the establishment.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.

wow, big list~

I'll start adding the videos and books bit by bit over the next week or so. I think we have enough books. I want to be focused and comprehensive enough to point people in the right direction, but not too much so that they get confused and give up. The best books on dentistry and oral health that you've listed should be sufficient.

Thanks for all your help A-B--B-A ~

Would you like me to list

Would you like me to list them in importance?

still, If you want, I'll make two lists.

List A, books that should be read because they are comprehensive, offer the most sensible information and evidence.

List B, helpful books but they're not necessary. They (could) offer bad advice or recommend procedures that only after enough education would they be understood as creating injury. One such procedure is the use of collagen, Sanum or drilling through the gums to enter the bone to extract its dead parts (Tooth Truth *frown*.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.

You mentioned that

book, 7) Tooth Truth had a questionable procedure. Is the rest of the material covered in the book basically already covered in the other books in the list or does the author cover something unique? If it's redundant, I'll leave it off the list.

Also, I found 9) Dental Self Help by Soaring Bear on Amazon, but it didn't have a description on what it was about. The only other links I found were the two below the Amazon link.

On Amazon (1983 ed.): http://www.amazon.com/Dental-Self-Help-Natural-Wellness/dp/0...

Bio: http://soaringbear.tripod.com/

Short book description: http://soaringbear.tripod.com/biomed/dental.html

There's not much to go on, but he seems to cover oral care using herbs among other things. Do you have the book? Are there any strengths or weakness you can think the book might have? Maybe you could quote a description from the cover if you happen to have it.

Thanks~

Also, in Tooth Truth, the

Also, in Tooth Truth, the author and dentist performs cavitation surgery by drilling into jawbone through the gums. Yes, straight through the gums, then he scraps out and vacuums the socket to remove debris. Additionally, he uses an MRI, a CT scan or x-ray or a combination of them to locate the demarcation between diseased bone and healthy bone. Although those tests show demarcation, he doesn't use the Cavitat Scan, an ultrasound created for the jaw because jaw bone is porous, disallowing regular ultrasound waves to return to the transducer and be read by the machine revealing which areas consist of whatever degree of circulation: perfect, good, mediocre or poor. That's all the Cavitat does, evaluate circulation of jaw bone.

Circulation is the foundation of health. So Cavitat scans, whose results are color coded (green the healthiest bone, red the worse/dead), when taken repeatedly at least deliver the baseline of health assessment. From there, taking a digital x-ray should be done to gauge bone health, whether its regenerating or dying. I'd recommend MRIs or CTs of the jaw as a third tier tests, one because of the side effects of the serum (gadolinium, usually) injected in the body to illuminate the jaw and its surroundings and two, tests reveal less detail about the jaw's health because they're not meant for jawbone.

Concerning bone regeneration, raw milk such as that of Organic Pastures, whose cows are fed grass and weeds and roam from one fresh pasture to another and are put indoors in inclement weather, comes into play. OP cows aren't given antibiotics, hormones or anything else unnatural and are treated naturally when sick .(I don't know which methods they are and I recommend discovering them before discussing them in your post). Viewing the two disc, four hour documentary The Whole Truth about Milk: Raw vs. Pasteurized is a good start to learning about raw milk. Check out Ron Shmid's book The Untold Story of Milk, too. I don't have it but I read a little of it once. I remember Shmid saying raw milk (assuming it comes from healthy cows) cleans blood and rebuilds bone.

On one of the discs mentioned above is a tour of the OP dairy and contains an interview of its dairy man Mark McAfee, who I've met and known since 2007, when I began drinking his milk. I'm not a friend of his, but I've talked with him many times about health and dentistry even. He knew little about dentistry then and I think he found what I talked with him about dentistry interesting.

No longer do I live in Fresno, where he is, but I hope he's learned more about dentistry. If I had to bet whether he has, I'd say he has if for no other reason than what the second disc is about, the discussion about raw milk in an interview of the president of Price Pottenger Nutrition Foundation. PPNF sells this documentary, also.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.

I'll put a link to your comment

by the book. I'm almost tempted to remove the book from the list as it seems a have a bunch of bad practices advocated in it unless it has some unique insight that the other books don't have. I appreciate you're taking the time to list some of the bad practices and providing a better diagnostic approach to some of the traditional methods used. It might be better to put it in "List B" sometime in the future.

I'll have to check into the milk documentary you mentioned. I don't know if you've seen it, but I have an older post (March 2011) titled, Raw Milk & Kefir (Video Library), contains a a few presentations and interviews given by Mark McAfee. I don't have anything yet on Ron Schmid, ND other than an article he found titled, The Milk Cure: Real Milk Cures Many Diseases by J. R. Crewe, MD (1929). I think I might has seen some youtube videos of presentations given by Ron Schmid at a Raw Milk Symposium. I believe he went surveyed a lot of the scientific research backing up the safe use of raw milk.

Also, it's been a while since I've gone through my milk post so I don't remember how Mark McAfee treats his sick cows either.

still, in addition to

still, in addition to informing you I listed the books in order of importance, I said Soaring Bear's book could go before Steinman's because it is practical, is applicable, whereas Steinman's, meant for study and isn't practical, is discussed (a little) in Huggins' Solving.

About milk, a couple years ago I downloaded and read old books on Google Books. We're talkin' books 90, 100 or more years old about studies on cows and their milk. The studies were done just before and after a government agency came into existence to regulate or threaten dairies to pave the path for the FDA's creation and control years later. At the time universities published these studies. I think Michigan University was one of those universities. There are many books and studies on Google Books. Some search terms: Pasteur, pasteurized, not pasteurized, nonpasteurized, raw milk, (not or non) homogenization or homogenize, Weston Price, Charles Mayo, Mayo brothers and Mayo Clinic. Always include "milk" or "dairy" when typing terms to use in your search about milk.

Hope this info helps. Later, still.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.