THE BEGINNING OF ALL TUMORS
hypothalamus are landing in the blood, in the lymph, in the saliva. They float alongside the red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets, in the blood, quite undisturbed.
We might think these cells should die, separated this far from their parent organ, but they do not. Nor do white blood cells eat them. White blood cells, being your immune system, should somehow eliminate them. But your white blood cells have been trained to protect, never to eat, or even attack, cells that belong to your very own body. Dead cells of your own would be quickly devoured. Are these exempt because they stay alive? Will they never die? Are they doing any harm?
Fig. 13 Master glands in the brain (POAC pg.23)
pituitary gland and hypothalamus gland
Not far away, in a small part of the pituitary gland, another tissue explosion is taking place. The pituitary is just a tiny marble hanging down from the hypothalamus in the floor of the brain. This is just above the roof of your mouth. The pituitary explosion is independent of the hypothalamus event. They could happen before or after each other.
Fig. 14 Our body fluids distribute the tiny bits of hypothalamus (POAC pg.23)
Now two organs are doing this very strange thing – coming apart, letting bits of themselves come loose, to float away in the body’s fluids. How long will the tiny bits live? No white blood cells will eat them unless they are dead. To kill them, complement has to arrive.
An arm of our immune system is called complement. There are many actors in this arm, called C1, C2, C3 and so on. Each contributes to the daily drama. They round up certain bacteria, get them into a vulnerable position and pierce them with their daggers. We must remember that bacteria are a thousand times bigger than complement molecules. This achievement is spectacular.
The job of dispatching the renegade hypothalamus and pituitary cells is, evidently, the complement’s.
Fig. 15 The pituitary gland hangs below the hypothalamus (POAC pg.24)
The Syncrometer sees C3 attached to these cells at first. All the runaway cells get
stuck to complement C3 and pierced. It seems the live runaways had to be identified and “prepared” for the white blood cells to be able to attack and eat them.
Soon the blood, lymph, and saliva are all cleared of wandering hypothalamus and pituitary cells.
Remember, the Syncrometer® is the electronic detection device that lets us identify our own tissues, parasites, or chemicals very accurately inside ourselves. We can watch events happening and where they are happening. Opportunities for discovery are almost endless. Details on how to build one and use one are given in the Syncrometer Science Laboratory Manual by this author. Nobody is too old to learn to use this powerful scientific tool.
But then another flood of runaway cells arrives, and another, as if hailstorm after hailstorm had loosened them and set them free. It can be difficult for complement C3 molecules to keep up with its skewering task. Once these molecules have done this task, they can’t be used again. They remind us of bees who have used their stingers. The C3 molecules get devoured by the white blood cells along with the disabled cells. The body must make more C3. Perhaps it is expected to make 10 times more than normal and keep this up day after day, or perhaps a hundred times more.
Soon your body can’t keep up with the big demand for complement C3! Then both kinds of brain cells float side by side undisturbed. Will they communicate with each other? They normally do, when they are in their own glands in the brain.
Fig. 16 Now both hypothalamus and pituitary gland bits are afloat (POAC pg.25)
Hypothalamus and Pituitary Cells Join
Maybe they often bump into each other as they float. Maybe they normally attract each other. Maybe they are just sticky. Suddenly the Syncrometer sees tiny duplexes, part hypothalamus and part pituitary. They fused! Now duplexes as well as single cells are circulating. Undaunted complement now attack: the duplexes too, trying to take them all out of the circulation as well as the single cells. There is more demand for C3.
Fig. 17 Diagram of single cells and duplexes afloat in the body’s fluids (POAC pg.26)
Just above the navel and a tiny bit to the right is the “head'” of the pancreas. From here it stretches around to your left side. The same sinister force is beginning to act. A tissue erosion begins. Pancreas cells begin to float free in the body fluids.
Suddenly, a “snowball” forms. The duplexes that were formed before now stick ‘ °
and fuse to the new loose pancreas cells to make triplets. They are in this order: the pancreas cells stick to the pituitary, not to the hypothalamus portion. Complement tries again to kill all triplets as well as duplexes and single cells. Finally, there is no more complement. Single cells of all three organs, their duplexes and their triplets, fill the body fluids. The Syncrometer finds them in the saliva, blood, lymph and cerebrospinal fluid.
Fig. 18 The pancreas will contribute the third tissue (POAC pg.26)
Fig. 19 This is the triplet ……………………. Not this… (POAC pg.27)
Lymph is the fluid that is not in your arteries or veins; it is around your organs, bathing them and taking care of their daily needs. Part of the space around organs is called the “matrix” since it has more than just fluid. Close to our cells there is a meshwork of fibers lashed about the cells and each other like ropes and anchors to keep everything securely in place.
Cerebrospinal fluid is a lymph for the brain, bathing it and taking care of its daily needs. It reaches down the center of the spinal cord. Then it flows out and around to reach the brain again, round and round.
The renegade tissue bits float through organ after organ by means of our arteries and veins, lymph and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). They travel much slower through the lymph and matrix meshwork as they get near our cells. Do they pose a danger to our cells? Without complement to help, the white blood cells now resort to other tactics to kill them. Nitric oxide is used as a chemical weapon. It is present whenever complement C3 has run out. But all these tactics are “too little and too late”. They do not control the tide of tissue bits awash in the body.
Why did it happen? How did it happen? What will happen? Was it due to inflammation? Why were these organs inflamed? Why were there no symptoms?
Fig. 20 Single cells, duplexes and triplets everywhere (POAC pg.27)
Cow’s milk always has udder (breast) cells in it. When mastitis (udder infection) strikes her she has many more loosened cells. A device is used to measure this “somatic cell count”. The mastitis is caused by staphylococcus bacteria. Is this a clue?
Finding a Home
Sooner or later, a fourth organ will follow the trend and begin its micro-explosion. Unless we know what is causing these, we cannot stop them. We will study this soon.
Now, cells of a fourth organ are released to join all the others in the circulating body fluids. Whether it is the prostate, breast, or another organ, new loose cells are being added to those already afloat and traveling.
The fourth organ has a difference from the other three. It is making glue. Sticky substances are being made along with fine threads, called fibronectin, laminin, and cadherin E. These glues ooze like sticky mucous. They could form a trap.
As the tiny triplet finds itself floating through this organ, the glue slows it down. The triplet suddenly sticks to the fourth organ. They fuse. A quadruplet is made!
The fourth organ has triplets stuck to it all around. They will never let go. Many new “quads” are already swimming away like the triplets did before. But many stay stuck right there in the sticky matrix of the fourth organ. This fourth organ will make the “primary tumor”. The triplet only gets attached to an organ with excessive fibronectin and laminin threads and with cadherin E, the glue.
But why was so much glue produced? It is, after all, normal to have some-and normal to have some laminin and fibronectin. It only happens when totally different, quite independent parasites are living nearby. Wherever these parasites exist, all these are overproduced. It is probably for their own purposes-not to get washed away easily. But the triplet gets caught in it, like a moth in a spider web, and then fuses itself to the fourth organ cells.
It (the triplet) will provide the growing point of the tumor, so I call it the tumor nucleus.
Fig. 21 The primary tumor forms (POAC pg.29)
The parasites are common Fasciola and Ascaris, not others! Fasciola and Ascaris parasites increase, too, as the immune system is destroyed by laundry bleach. It is part of the increased parasitism always seen with immunity destruction.
Fasciola is another fluke, fairly easily killed, like Fasciolopsis. Ascaris is a roundworm, harder to kill, it seems, than flukes. And the gluey trap substances, fibronectin, laminin, and cadherin E can be digested. Our ordinary digestive enzymes produced by the stomach and pancreas can digest them in days. We will do this, but why did our digestive organs not do this automatically?
The Primary Tumor
When you or your doctor find your first tumor it is called the “primary tumor”. Which organ it is does not matter; it is your first one, so is called primary. This decides all the others because they will be its offspring.
If the tumor is in the breast, there will be a tumor nucleus of hypothalamus, pituitary and pancreas-fused to breast cells. Every tumor so far searched (hundreds upon hundreds) has the same nucleus. And the order is always the same: hypothalamus, pituitary, pancreas, followed by the organ that develops the primary tumor.
Even non-tumorous cancers like the leukemias or eosinophilia or thrombocytosis, have the same tumor nucleus in the bone marrow or lymph nodes or spleen. These cancers remain dispersed instead of forming solid masses. And masses that form away from an organ, like Hodgkin’s and plain abdominal masses have the same tumor nucleus attached to lymph node cells that have gotten themselves wrapped up by a filaria parasite here. The growing force for each is the same tumor nucleus.
Soon there will be genuine tiny tumors wherever the tumor nucleus has fused with the organ cells. They cluster together, making it look like “one cell started it all”. But the tumor nuclei are numerous.
Now starts the Middle Period when the tumor begins to accumulate things and grow. Now immunity destruction by laundry bleach will play a more visible role. And several new actors will join this tragic drama.
Would it not be an easy matter to prevent the first step from ever happening? Because there is an orderly sequence in this snowballing behavior, couldn’t we prevent any one of these steps and already achieve our goal? There will not be just one way to prevent cancer, but at least half a dozen ways. It will be possible to stomp out this disease to completion-for our pets, and for domestic animals, too. To accomplish this we must know what causes these organs to explode.
Back at the Hypothalamus
An extraordinary chemical has accumulated in the hypothalamus gland of the brain whenever it is loosening its cells and letting them go free into the circulation. This chemical is absent when there are no cells being shed. All cancer patients have such an accumulation and it is the same chemical for each.
The chemical is called chlorogenic acid, a well-known plant compound! It is considered an antigen (or allergen) by “ecological allergy” specialists. It is known by botanists to be a common “intermediate” in plant growth, often taking part in the forming of fruits and vegetables. It is there naturally, although how plants grow and ripen must surely affect the chemicals produced in them. How foods are cooked could also affect this chemical. Research is badly needed.
A search of the ordinary foods people eat showed chlorogenic acid to be present in some of our popular foods. Certain less common foods contain it, too. We should certainly avoid foods containing chlorogenic acid. Here is the list:
Foods Containing Chlorogenic Acid
potatoes, except sweet potatoes
13 Lane, A., Blickenstaff, D., and A.C. Ivy, The Carcinogenicity of Fat “Browned” by Heating, Cancer, v. 3, 1950, pp. 1044-51
Dairy products and beverages are not normally cooked, but this could change.
Because there is a chain of events-only one chain-that leads to cancer could we not pluck out one link to stop it all? It has not been tried on a large scale but is so tantalizing a thought that I will list the links as I find them.
Stop eating foods with chlorogenic acid
– Link #1 –
The food list for chlorogenic acid is not perfectly complete, but avoiding these gives excellent results. In five days no more hypothalamus single cells can be found in the body. The erosion has stopped. See the Food Table on page 36. Is the same phenomenon causing the other organ explosions?
Back at the Pituitary
Another extraordinary chemical has accumulated at the pituitary gland, the “downstairs” neighbor of the hypothalamus gland. It is called phloridzin (or phlorizin), again, a plant substance. It, too, is a “phenolic” substance, belonging to the list of food antigens or allergens. Food allergists have studied it, too. In fact, it has even been found to be associated with cancer in the past, rather often, about 80% of the time! 14
14 Ber, A. MD, FRCP, Neutralization ofphenolic food compounds in a holistic general practice. J. Orthomolecular Ps, c’~ hiatry, 1983 4″‘ quarter p. 283
Phloridzin has been studied in another connection, too, for nearly 100 years. It could give rabbits instant diabetes if they were given a small dose. The diabetes was permanent. It was a popular way to do research on diabetes in the 1940s and 50s. It was not suspected that phloridzin was actually a cause of our own diabetes, even though it could be obtained from apples, a popular human food! Eating too much sugar was suspected, instead.
The Syncrometer detects phloridzin accumulation in the pancreas of every diabetic. It is right at the tiny islands of tissue called “islets of Langerhans”, where insulin is made.
Banting and Bestls, the discoverers of insulin in the 1920s, saved many lives of diabetics. It was not a cure but a replacement. They could not have guessed that basic research would stop after their departure so that doctors are still without a true cure for diabetes. The connection to phloridzin in foods, and later the arrival of a parasite, the pancreatic fluke and the solvent, wood alcohol, would have excited them greatly.
So for two reasons we should not be eating phloridzin in our food. It is part of cancer development and it leads to diabetes.
Foods Containing Phloridzin
apples, except Red Delicious and Golden Delicious, both very ripe
Fig. 22 Pick your apples (POAC pg. 33)
15 Banting MB, F.G. and Best BA, C.H. The internal secretion of the pancreas The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine,Vol. VII 1922
We must avoid phloridzin in our foods to stop fragmenting the pituitary gland in the brain (and protect the islets of Langerhans in the pancreas).
After avoiding all foods on the phloridzin list for five days, we again find no single cells or fragments of the pituitary gland in the blood or lymph. Success is swift. Neither duplexes nor triplets can be found. We have stopped the formation of tumor nuclei as we had hoped.
Stop eating foods with phloridzin
– Link #2 –
Back at the Pancreas
Still another chemical is responsible for the microscale explosion of the pancreas. It is gallic acid, another phenolic substance coming from food. All cancer patients have an accumulation in their pancreas.
Its presence on all our grains in the USA makes it the most pervasive of the three food antigens. It is not native to the grains though. We place it there by spraying our grains with it (!) for its antioxidant, anti-mold, (preservative) action. We put it in the oils on supermarket shelves for the same preservative effect. Only a few foods have it naturally. Many milk varieties, many chickens, and most eggs in the USA have it. Others don’t, like eggs from Mexico. I am guessing this depends on the feed used. It explains why cow’s milk has it while goat milk does not (goats shun processed feed such as “rations” and “supplements”). It could explain why chickens are so full of tumors; they are primarily grain eaters. And perhaps why other alternative therapists have taken chicken and eggs off the cancer patients’ diet. One therapist, a bacteriologist, Virginia Livingston M.D. founded an institute based on the concept that the cancer “bug” came from chickens (and eggs). 16 We will see more evidence for this, later.
Gallic acid, too, has been studied by allergists. It causes many allergic symptoms, especially muscle spasms and very painful cramps, but its role in cancer development was not suspected and it does not cause pain in the pancreas.
Foods Containing Gallic Acid
grains of all kinds, treated for longer shelf life with antioxidant preservatives
How to grow and handle foods so they do not have these three food allergens will hopefully become one of our Agriculture Department’s high priorities. How to avoid eating them will be our highest priority.
Stop eating foods with gallic acid or propyl gatlate
-Link #3 –
Foods tested by Syncrometer® for these three food antigens are listed in the Food Table below. Foods with other antigens are also listed. We will soon see what role they play.
After your tumors are gone you may use certain tips and “loopholes” to regain some of these foods but not sooner. By then you will have acquired some new tastes and will be able to diversify your food better than before.
16 Livingston-Wheeler, MD, Virginia and Addeo, Edmond G., The Conquest of Cancer, Vaccines and Diet, New York, F. Watts, 1984, Chicago, Advanced Century Pub. Co. 1978
Use this table to identify which foods are safe for you to eat. Find the food you are interested in, for example, almonds. They are Positive (P) for acetaldehyde, meaning they do contain it. Another example is avocados. They are Negative (1~ for all food phenolics tested, meaning they do not contain them. Foods that are PIN means they can be either.
Foods do not always give consistent results. Ripeness, handling methods, and growing methods can make a difference to the phenolic content of food. Test yours to be certain.
Sometimes I find a food that acts as an allergen, but I have not identified the substances involved. Those foods are shown in capital letters, for example, CORN…
(See The Prevention of All Cancers pg.36)
Allergens Destroyed by Ozonation (ozonate 10 minutes; then close container and wait another 10 minutes to complete the action; see page 518)
Allergens Destroyed by Boiling (keep up a rolling boil for 5 minutes; add liquid to thick foods like beans or porridge to help it boil; microwaving is not satisfactory)
- caffeic acic
- chlorogenic acid
- gallic acid
Food antigens can be especially attracted to certain organs, just as bacteria or medicines are. Such attractions are called tropisms. We have many examples. For instance, herbs expected to help the eye or throat should have a tropism for these organs, to be truly useful. Bacteria with tropisms are, for example, tuberculosis for the lungs, and staphylococcus aureus for the skin and breast. The three allergenic food substances are specifically attracted to the three eroding organs.
Chlorogenic acid has a tropism for the hypothalamus. When a tiny bit of potato is chewed, raw or fried, we can detect chlorogenic acid in the hypothalamus in seconds, before it could have reached the liver!
Even when free hypothalamus cells have already settled in a different organ, where they are living as part of the tumor nucleus, chlorogenic acid is immediately there.
When a tiny bit of the wrong apple is nibbled, phloridzin goes immediately to the pituitary gland. In less than a minute it can be detected in free pituitary cells passing through some organ. And a tropism exists for the islets of Langerhans too; it is the same …phloridzin!
Gallic acid has a tropism for, the pancreas, not the islets of Langerhans where your insulin is made. It is therein three seconds after putting a bit of gallic acid-containing food in your mouth. Again, it arrives before it could have reached the liver where detoxification would occur.
chlorogenic acid – hypothalamus
phloridzin – pituitary
gallic acid – pancreas
Fig. 23 Food antigens go to specific organs (POAC pg.50)
The tropisms of chlorogenic acid, phloridzin, and gallic acid are the same for all of us, whether or not we have cancer or allergies or other illnesses or are completely well. What matters for our health is how long it stays in the target organ. It depends on parasitism, as we will see.