I was diagnosed GHSV2+ in 7/2017. I had the strangest calmness the entire diagnosis period, it was truly bizarre. I guess I just wasn't really worried; I have this innate, basically primal, belief that there is a yin to every yang… an ‘intuition’’ if you will. For the sake of the length of this response, I won’t go too deep into what I believe. But to make a long story short, NO MATTER WHAT YOU BELIEVE we all come from the same place. Science says big bang, one event. Religion says we come from God, … one being. No matter your beliefs, all creation hypotheses are similar in that it was ONE thing/being/event that created everything. I abso-fuckin-lutely cannot and WILL NOT entertain the assumption that anything is "incurable." A hypothesis that is substantiated and proven over and over again becomes a theory. But a theory is not fact. The only things that have been proven is that WESTERN MEDICINE cannot cure Herpes, as of yet. Mind you, they have not and will never do any kind of legitimate research or trials on naturally occurring substances (esters, herbs, plants, trees, flowers, etc.). Why? Because it is illegal to paten nature. No paten = No money. They are making trillions of dollars a year on Herpes alone.
Before 1928, people died all the time of infections. The discovery of penicillin enabled mankind to say "hey, I have a cure for that!" But people all around the world have been curing infections for millennia with herbs. Example: I have an ear infection. My options are to 1. provide my body with proper nutrients, maybe stuff some garlic in my ear, and allow my body to do what its designed to do OR 2. (the lazy way) drop a few drippy drops of an antibiotic solution in my ear twice a day for 10 days. BOTH will work, but BIG PHARMA can only paten one, profit off one, and claim "curability" for one. Which do you think it is?! In my opinion, we will NEVER see a cure for herpes. Medically and symptomatically, Herpes just isn’t a big enough deal. No one has ever died from Herpes.
It is the 21st century and there are people out there, like me and possibly you, who don’t give a fork about big pharma’s claim to the incurability of Herpes. It is 08/2018 and I’ve had herpes for 13 months now. I have done an INSANE amount of research in the quest to cure myself. I have read (not many) testimonials from people claiming to have cured themselves. The problem (and scary part) is that these people won’t provide contact information, their names, or anything else identifying. The number of holistic healers who are dying and disappearing is honestly super forking scary. I want to know all your thoughts on this!! Comment down below.
Links to a few studies performed on esters and herbs proving viricidal efficacy:
Not sure if this has been posted on here, but just found this published today on the Genetic Literacy Project website. Although the full article was published on September 20 at www.nature.com it requires a subscription to read the full article. I still got a bit excited...
New, hyper-accurate CRISPR gene editor developed
Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley and Massachusetts General Hospital have identified a key region within the Cas9 protein that governs how accurately CRISPR-Cas9 homes in on a target DNA sequence, and have tweaked it to produce a hyper-accurate gene editor with the lowest level of off-target cutting to date
Genetic Literacy Project link:
Original Nature subscription article link:
@Micah and I are trying various ways to spread awareness and make something happen for those of us that are tired of living with herpes. Although YouTube is a good avenue to do that, we wanted to also try to write to celebrities, specifically those that do reply to fans and would possibly like to help the cause and fund herpes research. Now I wanted to ask HC members to please contribute any celebrity names that they know of who respond to fans in the comments below. *Also if you know the address of such celebrities please PM me or Micah. Thank you. Please get involved if you can as well. We need more people to try and do something and take a stance.
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After viewing the Bill Gates Reddit AMA yesterday, and reading Dr Halford's blog post about "a call to Bill and Melinda Gates via 2015" (links below), I am inspired to write to their organization, personally. I want to encourage all of you to do the same. I am going to let them know that we are standing up and tired of living our lives in isolation. We are tired of not speaking out. We are exhausted from being singled out in the world because we did exactly what everyone else does, have sex or love someone. We are no different than anyone else.
We, the silent majority, are ready for a cure. I am going to ask for their financial help to bring awareness to herpes. Even if they can't donate. THIS IS HOW CHANGE IS MADE. I want to encourage everyone here to write a letter to their organization PLEASE (mailing address is below).
Dr Halford's vaccine is the closest thing we have to a cure right now. Ask them to donate to Dr Halford's work. Gates is a BIG believer in vaccines and has donated billions to HIV, Malaria, and Polio. Stress to him in your letters how this disease has affected your life. It will not hurt anything to do this.
If we have enough letters, this can bring about the change we want. Nothing can be done with sitting on the sidelines. This vaccine needs to be brought to the US and other countries ASAP. Not to get political but Donald Trump has vowed to change the FDA regulations and how medicines are distributed, so the time is now for us to stand up and speak out.
Here is their mailing address:
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
PO Box 23350
Seattle, WA 98102
Link to Halford's call to Melinda and Bill Gates:
Please let me know if you plan to do this. Let me know that I'm not the only one.
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