Italian filmmaker and conspiracy theorist Massimo Mazzucco discussed his work researching the 9-11 attacks, as well as alternative cures for cancer, including the work of Dr. Tullio Simoncini who claims to cure cancer with baking soda. While Simoncini has been persecuted and discredited for his treatments, Mazzucco found evidence that they have worked on numerous patients, who have made astonishing recoveries. His approach is based on the idea that cancer is caused by the fungus candida, when it grows out of control. The fungus is killed by sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), which can be applied directly onto tumors via a catheter, Mazzucco explained.
Mazzucco suggested that a number of alternative cancer treatments can be successful, depending on what stage the cancer is. In addition to Simoncini, other treatments profiled in his documentary include Gerson therapy, Rene Caisse's herbal formula, the Hoxsey cure, and shark cartilage. Chemotherapy, he suggested, actually has carcinogenic properties, while marijuana has shown potential to fight cancer.
While he doesn't propose a complete explanation for what happened during the 9-11 attacks, he has gathered evidence to show that the official version of the events is false. For instance, there are no airport security images of the hijackers, yet a number of their photos and ID papers were recovered intact after the plane crashes. He also cited the account of a janitor named William Rodriguez who said he heard an explosion before the plane hit the tower, and how the 9-11 Commission discarded his testimony. The common denominator in various conspiracies is that the "power elite" want to control the masses through the manipulation of information, he added.
First hour guest, psychologist Dr. Laurie Ann Levin talked about "Unity Theory," which she described as the idea that are we are linked together as one through consciousness. One way this occurs is through the air itself, which on a quantum level has consciousness that we can receive, she said. For more, see her article (PDF file) for Elevated Existence magazine.
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