Stealth Adapted Viruses; Alternative Cellular Energy (Ace) & Kelea Activated Water: A New Paradigm of Healthcare

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This book is intended to help mankind realize the many medical and agricultural benefits of enhancing the alternative cellular energy (ACE) pathway. The research stemmed from the discovery of stealth adapted viruses, which bypass cellular immunity. Stealth adapted viruses were implicated in mental illnesses over 20 years ago. The concept evoked political resistance because some stealth adapted viruses unequivocally arose as contaminants of polio vaccines and likely led to the formation of HIV, the AIDS virus. The ACE pathway is distinct from the immune system. It also fundamentally differs from cellular energy obtained from food calories. Rather the ACE pathway is an expression of a kinetic energy limiting electrostatic attraction or KELEA. The physics of KELEA needs to be actively pursued. The book consists of six-academic-style chapters followed by narratives regarding political barriers and specific disease entities. Patients support groups and other organizations will be assisted in conducting their own clinical validation studies. Let the work begin!
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W. John Martin is Medical Director of the Institute of Progressive Medicine, within MI Hope Inc., a non-profit public charity specializing in the study of mental illnesses. He received his medical degree from the University of Sydney in 1965 and the PhD degree from the University of Melbourne in 1970. He is Board Certified in both Anatomic and Clinical Pathology with subspecialty qualifications in Immunopathology and in Medical Microbiology. Using molecular assays and specialized virus culture techniques, he pioneered research leading to the detection of stealth adapted viruses and the alternative cellular energy (ACE) pathway. Dr.Martin explains the ACE pathway in terms of a natural energy force called KELEATM. He has further shown that water and other materials can capture and transmit KELEATM. This new paradigm offers the potential for enormous improvements in human and animal health and can greatly enhance worldwide agricultural productivity. Dr. Martin’s wife and two lovely daughters are also physicians.

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AuthorHouse
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Published on
Jun 9, 2014
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Pages
332
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ISBN
9781496904973
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Language
English
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Science / General
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