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Welcome to 2017

January 1, 2017

Happy New Year!

2016 was one of the most challenging years I can remember.

I am trusting that in 2017 we can all move forward into a new world – not a new world order 😉 A world of love and healing and kindness and caring.

I got caught in the whirl of the political craziness. I became awakened – another name for a conspiracy theorist – which means that I completely stopped believing any government propaganda.

I haven’t watched mainstream news for 35 years and I don’t watch tv so I am not mind-programmed like many people.

But it was my research into the deliberate wickedness of the BigPharma industry many, many years ago that got me started on this path.

I now intend to become more authentic, speaking my truth, and more helpful in whatever ways I can be, in changing this planet back into something that works for all of us.

I haven’t wanted to discuss my personal opinions in case I stepped on anyone’s toes. I get emails from those who worship at the altar of Science sometimes who say I have no proof that my vest works and I should take it off the market.

But I know it works, and I got a call a few weeks ago from someone who had her numbers improve very significantly in the two years she has worn it. By the end of this century, if we survive, people will be amazed that the worship of fake and phony science went so far as to almost destroy the planet.

Our truth lies inside each one of us. Our hearts can tell us what is right for us. We don’t have to be obedient to doctors or governments who tell us what we should do, usually for their benefit.

I went to an ear doctor last week who prescribed an ear antibiotic that would cost me $300- because I was in the ‘donut hole’ of the insurance. What kind of an asinine idea is that ‘donut hole’ anyway??? Who let them get away with that??

I asked my regular old doc and he prescribed another antibiotic that cost me $4.09 and it’s working fine.

So my belief is that this Universe is sending more light here to Earth right now in order to wake us up if we choose to. Then we can spend more time in nature attuning to the organic instead of the synthetic matrix. And leave the crazy cell-phones behind! Amazing how many people are walking at the beach now with their noses in their phones 😉

IMHO the more time we can spend with our feet on Mother Earth absorbing the rays of the sun and centering in our own hearts with appreciation, the kinder we will remember to be.

As the ruling shadow government is finding out right now, there is no escape from this planet and you can’t take any ill-gotten gains with you so what is the point of all the greed? I will settle down and honor the wonderful gift I have been given. We all chose to be here at this pivotal time to make a difference. I have been waiting a long time and I will make my own unique difference before I go.

Blessings,

Pam

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New Scam on Internet

September 20, 2016

I have been wondering whether to mention this or not. I tend not to give energy to negative things. If I concentrate on shining my light I feel more productive. But I’m getting these emails so often now that I probably should address it.

A supposed Search Engine Optimization company contacted me with an alarming message about negative reviews on my weight vest. Of course I went to the site and it was one of those scammy review sites. There was one review from a person, supposedly in Florida, saying my vest was not as pictured, didn’t fit her and she’d wasted her money.

I knew right away this was a scam because my weight vest is exactly as pictured and anyone who doesn’t like it can get their money back without question.

So then I read the rest of the email and it was telling me they could erase this review for money. Of course I wasn’t that stupid, I don’t pay protection money. So I just put it in the trash. But, like I said, I’m getting them once a week now.

I thought I might take it up with Google but, since they are total black hats now and just out for money themselves, I didn’t think that would be worth the time and aggravation.

So, I will comfort myself with knowing that there are good reviews all over the net on the weight vest and just keep on doing what I’m doing, making my vest available at the lowest possible price and giving women the most help I can.

This is a strange new world but I know it is changing for the better although it doesn’t look like it right now. People are waking up all over the planet and I know we will create a world of loving kindness before I die.

Blessings,

Pam

Honest Science Has Gone the Way of the Dodo

April 22, 2016

I have been disillusioned by science for a long time. My dad used to say, at the end of each sentence, “It’s a known fact.” And it was usually the latest bulloney he’d read in the newspaper.

Women often ask me for the science behind the weight vest, the double-blind studies, etc. and I have to say there was only one unbiased study done – in Oregon at a University for someone’s dissertation. There is not enough money in it to do anything more. But I always knew in my heart that the whole Dexa scan stuff was a pile of rubbish. It’s just hard to explain to women who have made a god of Science how much it has been perverted by rampant greed.

Whenever scientists have had to retract their information or have been proven to cheat is some nefarious way, Dr Mercola has run exposes about them. Now Christina Sarich of Waking Times has written a really good article,
6 Reasons Why Most Scientific Research is Fake, False or Fraudulent

Christina says, “How often do scientists smugly quote the latest research on a topic only later to be made the fool by insider revelations that published research in peer-reviewed journals is abjectly false? This happens so frequently now, that it has become clear: Science is broken, and most scientific research is fraudulent.”

And this, “Next, its all about the fame and money. These two things alone kill objectivity. Industry-funded studies completely ignore conflict of interest and skew any possible hope for real scientific results. This is why institutions like the FDA, supposedly founded on scientific study, are a complete fraud.”

So I highly recommend that you read the whole thing –here because it’s not just about my vest, it’s about knowing enough to protect yourself from the prescription drug industry with their fake science, and from your doctor, who often passes out pills that have been proven not to work. If you are curious about any drug your doctor offers you, go to askapatient.com and find out what happened to real people who took that drug and were computer-savvy enough and caring enough to post their truth.

Waking Times has a lot of other good articles as well. You might find that some are shocking. It’s time we all woke up now, powerful women, the world needs us to stop drinking the koolaid and work on some of this stuff.

Blessings,

Pam

NPR Blows the Whistle on the Invention of Osteopenia

September 25, 2010

As I have been saying for years, osteopenia is a disease invented by drug companies to sell their drugs and NPR now has a very interesting article detailing the whole development of it – http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=121609815

Giselle Grayson researched this story for NPR. “This is the story of how pills for osteopenia ended up in Benghauser’s medicine cabinet, and in the medicine cabinets of millions of women like her all over the United States. But more broadly, it’s the story of how the definition of what constitutes a disease evolves, and the role that drug companies can play in that evolution.”

Apparently in 1992 a panel of experts on osteoporosis from all over the world met to try to set a standard of treatment for the disease. 

“The question before the experts in Rome then was this: Since after the age of 30 all bones lose density, how much bone loss was normal? And, how much put women at risk and therefore should be considered a disease?”

They argued for 3 days, it was hot and they were tired, so someone finally drew a line on the chart and said everyone on the wrong side of the line had a disease. Then they arbitrarily decided to call the time leading up to osteoporosis, osteopenia, a term they coined on the spot.

Instantaneously women experiencing the normal aging process all over the world now had a disease that was looking for a treatment. Now, 17 years later, women whose bone density is just a hair away from that of the average healthy 30-year old, are not only medicated for osteopenia but literally scared to live normal lives for fear of breaking bones.

In 1995 Merck released a new drug supposed to treat osteoporosis. Unfortunately for them no-one was interested. So they hired a guy to find a way to market this potential blockbuster drug. He decided that he had to get cheaper bone testing machines into as many doctor’s offices as possible.  He set up a fake non-profit company and set out to take control of the companies creating bone testing machines. It is interesting to read about the arm twisting and double dealing Merck pulled to get this to happen.

Anyway it worked very well for them. Now most women in the US are tested and found wanting in the bone density department and the normal thinning of bone that comes with age and menopause is now cured with a prescription for a drug that has serious side-effects and has never been proven to prevent fractures.

The report goes on to say, “When millions of women are getting the word ‘osteopenia’ from the bone density test that they are getting in their 50s and 60s, they get worried,” Cummings says. “When a clinician sees the word ‘osteopenia’ on a report, they think that it’s a disease. They want to know: What should I do?”

Additionally, Merck, and eventually other companies, run commercials advertising drugs to prevent osteoporosis. Those commercials don’t feature humped grannies but young-looking women. And Cummings says at a certain stage it simply reaches a tipping point.

“Bone densitometry becomes increasingly available. And women start wanting it, and they hear their friends have had a measurement of bone density, and their friend was told that they have osteopenia, and they want to know if they have that condition. And then their friend starts getting treated with Fosamax or some other drug, and they want to know if they should be treated,” Cummings trails off. “It’s almost viral.”

“Studies in women with osteopenia show that while Fosamax and similar drugs reduce spinal fractures, the drugs may not reduce other types of bone fractures that are more common in women who have osteopenia, say Cummings and Susan Ott, an associate professor in the department of medicine at the University of Washington.”

“There was no difference in the number of [nonspine] fractures you had, whether you took the medicine or a placebo,” says Ott. “It does make your bone density go up higher, but the number of fractures is what really matters, and that didn’t really change”

And what about the long term?

“There are no long-term studies that look at what happens to women with osteopenia who start Fosamax in their 50s and continue treatment long-term in the hopes of preventing old-age fractures. And none are planned.”

In my opinion, they don’t study it because they already have the medical profession prescribing and most women snowed into taking drugs that are dangerous for dubious benefits. Dr Ott says that the drugs may actually make the bones brittle and cause fractures, but not in the first five years, only much later.

The guy who developed the plan to get cheap testing equipment into the marketplace says, “I get a great sense of satisfaction that I was able to rejigger the marketplace so that women could be treated for osteoporosis before it got them,” Allen says. “That was a good episode of my life.”

From Allen’s perspective, by making a treatment for osteoporosis widely available, he helped save millions of lives.

But Mazess, from the Lunar Corp., doesn’t see it that way. “He was complicit in a plot to misdiagnose American women,” Mazess says of Allen.

From Mazess’ perspective, millions of women with osteopenia are now needlessly exposed to the risks of a medication that may not ultimately help them. “

From my perspective it is even worse than that because I believe that the drugs are ultimately and often, immediately, harmful and have actually ruined many lives. What I don’t understand is why doctors don’t do any research themselves on medications. They just swallow the drug companies line while knowing that the drug companies have been proven over and over again in the last ten years to be liars and cheats.

So, read or listen to the whole article and tell your friends to do the same. It is imperative that we do our own research before taking any form of drugs. The drug companies are not looking out for our interests, only for their own profits.

Blessings, Pam

May 2010 Be Your Best Year Ever

January 1, 2010

I’m taking stock of the year in general and health in particular and 2009 was a keeper, a very good year for me. After talking at length to a woman on the phone yesterday about bone loss and thyroid/hormone problems I really got the message about what a good place I am in right now. She has all the symptoms that I was dealing with before I got well and as she talked I remembered all the paths I tried back then. Now it is easy to forget that I was ever sick.

Also since I started investigating bone loss about 6 years ago there has been a huge turnaround in the way women think about their bones. Six years ago I was a renegade. Most women still believed that their doctors knew best and took whatever drugs were passed out. Now most women will at least do a google search before they take a new drug or get a diagnosis. They are finding out that there are alternatives to drugs and that drugs are often dangerous to our health.

It has also become common knowledge that statistics are used in a very misleading manner in order to provoke fear in women so they will accept drugs that have been tested improperly for insufficient periods of time.

Dr Susan Brown’s latest newsletter has a good article on misleading bone statistics. Here is a quote, “When it comes to hip fractures, the Surgeon General estimates that only 17% of women over 50 will fracture her hip in her lifetime — a far cry from 50%. Casting this in a more positive light, 83% of American women over 50 will NOT experience a hip fracture! In consideration of those who can see the light better from the shadows, the average age of hip fracture in the US is about 82, whereas the average life expectancy for a woman in the US is around 80 — I think we can all do the math! “

When they say 50% of women over 50 will get a fracture it is like saying that 95% of girls over 5 will get their period. Yes, but not until they are much older. What is great is that this kind of misleading, often-quoted statistic is finally being examined with scepticism, and the truth that drug companies are not really our friends is becoming obvious at last.

I just read something recently about people’s expectations that is interesting also. Most of us do not do anything new and exceptional because we so strongly believe in our own limitations. I know that is true for me! There are certain things I believe I can do and I do them well. There are others, like riding a bike, that I don’t believe I can do so I never try. So I’m thinking of stretching a bit this year, trying some new skills. I haven’t decided what yet.

I truly do believe that we have a lot of negative stereotypes about aging in our culture and we have to let them go and move beyond them into the infinite realm of possibility. If you are a youtube addict there are so many examples of stretching the human envelope there that just blow me away. The latest one is a young guy who taught himself to do incredible tricks with his bike. Within a year there will be dozens of kids all over the world doing the same tricks! It just takes one person to show us the possibilities.

Our human bodies are a miracle and we certainly haven’t reached the limits of their possibilities yet, not by a long shot. So this year I challenge you to look toward what you do want in your life instead of fearing what you don’t want. Whenever fear comes up, distract yourself back into hope. Leave your inner wisdom to figure out the details.

That’s been part of my success story this year. I have learned that struggle is not necessary, nor even helpful. I trusted my inner wisdom to work on my desires for me and bring them into my reality. If that sounds wahwah, I sympathize but it really did work for me.

Blessings on 2010 for anyone reading. I really do intend to have my best year ever this year and I’d love it if you do too.

Pam