Neohygiene Excerpts

By Dan Hall

The following are excerpts from Dan Hall’s new book, Neohygiene

Neohygiene (Part 1)

Do bacteria cause disease? Do viruses? What if I told you that they didn’t? Does HIV cause AIDS? Do immunizations prevent disease? Does anthrax, Ebola, E. Coli, the Hanta virus, smallpox, influenza, the West Nile virus, or any other so-called deadly pathogen cause sickness or pose any deadly threat whatsoever? What if I said the answers to all of these questions was no? What if I were to tell you that no matter how many sick people you come in contact with, you can’t catch disease? Am I insane? Crazy? Nuts? The truth is, we’ve all been duped into believing a theory—the germ theory of disease—that just isn’t true. We’ve all been tricked since birth into embracing the idea that when we are around someone who is sick, we can also become sick, regardless of how healthy we are at the time. Call it what you will— brainwashing, hypnosis, or whatever—this trickery runs so deep until we never notice all the times when we are around sick people and we don’t catch their illnesses. We only remember the times when contagion appears to occur, and this only strengthens our belief in disease transmission. This belief, of course, is not true. We have been convinced of the existence of vampires and ghosts, and now, more than any other time in history, we must open our eyes and stop embracing the lies we are being told.

Scientists since the late 1800s, including Louis Pasteur, have all been part of a rather disorganized conspiracy to convince the public that the true cause of disease is pesky germs. Of course, there was no real conspiracy. Medical practitioners have also duped themselves into believing these deceptions just as much as they’ve duped us into believing their irrational propaganda. The germ theory of disease came on the heels of the Middle Ages when people believed that demons and evil spirits caused all diseases, so it wasn’t that big of a transition to go from demons to microscopic bacteria. The belief in viruses came later, but they don’t cause disease, either. Wait a minute! Am I saying that Ebola, HIV, and other viruses don’t cause disease? Am I saying that anthrax, pneumonia, and other diseases are not caused by bacteria? The answer to both questions is a resounding yes! Viruses and bacteria cause disease about as much as trees cause the wind to blow. It might look like this is the case, and that’s why scientists have duped themselves into believing such a fallacy, but in ruth, health is caused by healthy living. I can’t transmit my bad health any more than I can transmit my good health. It’s easy to blame germs, but what we should be doing is blaming ourselves when we get sick. We’re responsible, and that’s something a lot of people just don’t want to hear.

I know what I’ve said so far is pretty hard to swallow. After all, you’ve believed all of your life that diseases are caused by bacteria and viruses. You’ve believed that the common cold is contagious, that the flu can only be prevented by vaccination, and that Ebola, AIDS, anthrax, and other dreaded diseases are highly lethal and to be avoided at all costs. But you’ve been tricked into believing all of these myths by a medical establishment that has been built upon the shaky foundation of the germ theory of disease. Combine this with the fact that the business of medicine is just that—a business, and a rather large and profitable one, to say the least—there’s no mystery as to how an entire establishment of medical practitioners could fall prey to the same deceptions they have used to deceive us into believing in their scare tactics and lies.

Neohygiene (Part 2)

It wasn’t that long ago that a guy by the name of Louis Pasteur convinced an entire nation—and eventually, the entire world—to believe in his germ theory. Most people think of Pasteur as the guy who invented pasteurization, but he was responsible for so much more. Men like Pasteur, Edward Jenner, and Robert Koch are among those responsible for the perpetuation of both the germ theory of disease and the theory of immunization—two ideas that have set the foundation for the vast majority of today’s medical establishment. With so much resting on the backs of these two outdated theories, it is interesting to note that they are rarely tested under strict scientific scrutiny; instead, they are oftentimes believed to be true without question, making the belief in the medical model more a religion than a science. What’s worse, the germ theory of disease as well as the theory of immunization are both outdated, erroneous, and unnecessary in today’s world. Both ideas were even questioned and opposed at their inception, but dissention fell on deaf ears. The truth is quite the opposite from all you have ever learned, and slowly but surely, the truth is making itself known—truths such as the AIDS hoax, the lie of childhood immunization, and most importantly, the myth of contagion.

In case you’re wondering, I am not a medical doctor, nor do I insult myself by claiming to be one. My advice comes from years of experience and knowledge, but no claims are made that this advice is based upon so-called clear medical evidence as would be embodied in the writings of a person with a medical degree or license. I do not claim to be an authority on curative medicine, but as you will soon realize, prevention is the key to health; however, there are times when you should visit your doctor. As aforementioned, if you have a medical emergency, you are encouraged to consult a physician.

Many years ago, I was like most people in America: overweight, unhealthy, and completely ignorant of how to live disease-free. I had a grandfather who died of lung cancer, a mother who developed chronic fatigue syndrome and diabetes, a grandmother with emphysema and arthritis, an alcoholic father, and numerous other family members and friends with a variety of health problems. When I would develop cold or flu symptoms, they would last for weeks at a time, and no matter which medicines I took or doctors I visited, my wellness was on a steady decline. I suffered from severe stomach cramps, had canker sores on a regular basis, and it was very rare for me to go a single day without mild aches and pains throughout my body. When I sought the help of doctors, they rarely did anything but medicate, medicate, medicate. Sometimes, I was given prescription medications from relatives who were just too lazy to take me to the doctor. My health waned because of these so-called standard medical procedures. Unfortunately for me, this type of health is what most people consider typical. Most people expect to be in ill health, and they fully believe that whatever their doctor tells them, it has to be true! What I now consider to be poor health is actually considered normal health by the medical establishment, because with the current medical model being based upon the germ theory of disease, medical practitioners must assume that if only germs cause illnesses, then illnesses can only be cured by medical means and rarely prevented. This type of thinking has duped our entire mainstream world into adhering to ideas that have put our collective and individual health in jeopardy. We go through life fearing bacteria and viruses—things we cannot see—and we trust the opinions of people we do not know without ever questioning what they have told us to believe. We strictly adhere to the idea that the symptoms of disease mean that there is something wrong with the body, and we are quick to go to the doctor or pharmacist to get medications to relieve our symptoms without ever wondering what caused the symptoms in the first place.

Did you know that over 100,000 people each year die of properly-used prescription medications? But because the media, the medical establishment, and most people are under the impression that prescription medications are both good and necessary, we rarely hear of these deaths. Regardless, adverse reactions to prescription medications are high, but instead of hearing about these deaths on the nightly news, we hear about anthrax, the West Nile virus, and other such diseases that take as many as a whopping few dozen lives per year! More people die each year of fluoride poisoning from drinking tap water! More people die each year from routine vaccinations! But we don’t hear about these deaths. They aren’t sensational enough, not to mention the fact that if we were privy to such information, many medical industries would fail in their attempts to medicate the entire globe. And that’s not good for business. You might think you’re in good hands with your friendly neighborhood physician, but what you have probably never realized is that the sole purpose of the medical establishment is medicine! It would be called the preventive establishment if its purpose was to prevent disease, but medicine, by its very design, is curative, not preventive. You take medications to relieve symptoms. With the exception of the occasional routine check-up, doctors rarely see patients before they are sick, and what’s sad is that when they do, the patients are often sent home with a clean bill of physical health and a mental diagnosis of being a hypochondriac! We have been taught to go to doctors when we’re sick. We have been taught that sickness is caused by germs; therefore, prevention doesn’t matter.

Dan Hall is a teacher and author living in Georgia. Visit him on the Web at http://www.neohygiene.com.

1 Comment

  1. Thank you for your info about bacteria not causing disease. “Knowing the truth will set you free”, said Jesus. Keep up the good work of educating the masses through the internet.
    Ted

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