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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

One Of My Heroes Has Passed Away!

Dr. Hulda Clark Passed Away on Sep. 3, 2009

From Ken Adachi, Editor

September 7, 2009

Dr. Hulda Clark Passed Away on Sep. 3, 2009

I just read an e-mail from Koen van Klei in The Netherlands informing me the Dr. Hulda Regehr Clark had passed away peacefully in her sleep on September 3, 2009. Tim Bolen reports that Dr Clark had died as a result of complications form a spinal cord injury that had plagued her for over five years. She was 82 years old.

Dr Clark was one of the most important health researcher and scientists of the past 50 years. In my opinion, she stands head and shoulders with the likes of Dr William Koch , Dr Joanna Budwig, or Dr Royal Raymond Rife.

And not unlike Drs Koch, Rife, and Budwig, she was hounded, harassed, ridiculed, and tormented by the vested interests of orthodox medicine and Big Pharma who hated her for enlightening the public about the true genesis of disease conditions and making available to anyone who read her books, ridiculously inexpensive and easy-to-obtain Nature-based therapeutic recommendations-which more often than not - worked like gang busters to solve the problem.

She understood that the human body is a child of Nature and functions according to rules of Nature, and not those of mechanistic science. She played a leading role in waking up the world to understand the pivotal role that micro-parasites, toxic metals, and solvents played in the development of chronic disease conditions.

Unlike the orthodoxy, who wishes to manage and "control" chronic conditions, Dr Clark was interested in CURING the disease-and that's why they went after her with a vengeance. I took a brief look at her Wikipedia entry before penning this note and I see that the jackals of slander and misinformation gave no quarter or respite, even in the wake of her passing.

I'll expound at greater length in another article about the importance of Dr. Clark's brilliant discoveries and address the upside down, groundless denunciations that incompetent, feckless shills for the Big Medicine continue to heap upon this saintly woman whose only desire in life was to aid and cure humanity of its diseases and infirmities.

Ken Adachi