Can a stone kill cancer?

Unbelievable as it sounds, drinking water irradiated with a stone or taping a stone over a tumor can cause cancers to completely disappear.

by Julia Busch —

“Yes,” says Native American Medicine Man Jay Gutierrez. “Stones emitting low-level natural radiation can kill cancer.” Gutierrez, published in The Townsend Newsletter, backs up his 20-year involvement with research and case studies, including a brain cancer that disappeared in three-and-a-half months.

Unbelievable as it sounds, drinking water irradiated with a stone or taping a stone over a tumor can cause cancers to completely disappear. This process is called radiation hormesis.

Derived from the Greek word “to excite,” the hypothesis of hormesis originated from the 19th century cellular pathology studies by Rudolf Virchow. It states that low-level stress, like ionizing radiation, stimulates protective biological processes at the cellular, molecular and organic levels to decrease cancer incidence and other detrimental health effects.

Extensive scientific data are published in University of Missouri professor and biochemist T.D. Luckey’s Hormesis with Ionizing Radiation, 1980, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Fla.. He studied over 1,200 experiments dating back to the turn of the century. The findings concluded that the effects of modest increases in radiation on viruses and bacteria through plants and animals up to vertebrates, above the natural background, result in healthier and longer life spans, fewer illnesses, faster recovery and more surviving offspring.

“This kind of healing has been going on for thousands of years,” instructs Gutierrez. “In the U.S., it was used in the 1910s through the 1940s with great success. But due to abuse and after Nagasaki and Hiroshima, we became radiophobic.”

What is the difference between X-ray radiation, microwave radiation, cell phone radiation and the stones? “When you are talking about man-made and natural radiation, you are talking about two different things,” says Gutierrez. “The natural stones give off all the rays: alpha, beta and gamma, and these rays are completely harmless.”

Gutierrez travels the country, educating doctors and their patients on the use of safe, noninvasive radiation hormesis for healing the body. Astonishingly, the stones are known to have anti-aging benefits and have reversed cataracts, knocked out systemic candida and fungus, relieved arthritis pain and helped patients with multiple sclerosis. Gutierrez feels that we are all simply starving for radiation. More information can be found at www.radiationhormesis.com and www.nighthawkminerals.com.

 

Julia Busch is president of Anti-Aging Press, Inc., editor of the So Young™ anti-aging holistic newsletter and author of 10 books. juliabusch@att.net. 800-So-Young (800)769-6864.

AzNetNews, April 2011.

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