IS HUMAN VAMPIRISM
nation dies the way a person succumbs to cancer: The two conditions are very
closely related. A person who is attacked by his own cells is very much like
the way certain revolutionaries behave toward their government. Revolutionaries
want something (back) from their country. Malignant cells also want something
which the body won't give, so they ravage the body looking for it.
has come up with a few decent clues about cancer; one of them concerns the type
of personality, while the other relates to the circumstances prior to the onset
of the disease.
The clues are:
(1) Only well-balanced people seem to get cancer while those with a history of
mental illness rarely do.
(2) Those (so-called) well-balanced people are most likely to be attacked by their
own cells soon after the emotional loss of a "loved" one.
allow me to connect one more fact that perhaps has never been associated with
cancer, namely: If it doesn't have a convenient war or develop a colony or two
to exploit, then a nation will also experience a cancer-like revolution.
need a foundation to fully appreciate the value of these important clues.
first the animal relationship with its environment, because the environment
which affects us, is people. Researchers believe that there is a definite link
between cancer and an emotional loss. Small changes in environment cause a
variety of biological effects in lower animals. Some fishes caught recently in
the polluted Santa Monica Bay had large growths on their bodies which were
traced to a disturbance in the ecological balance of the water. Pollution had
in some mysterious way, changed the way cells behaved. Could it be that the
fish also suffered from some kind of emotional loss. Let us see.
the slow, unfolding course of evolution, animals have learned to adapt to the
source of their change. Whenever the source of security of any animal is
altered slightly, the identity and the outward form of the animal can also
change. Lower animals especially need to exist near the environment which
spawned their form; they glean an invisible but essential emanation—we have no
name for it-which reassures their identity with a vitality just as essential as
food is to them.
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