tMoA

~ The only Home on the Web You'll ever need ~

    Man cured his terminal cancer with dog medicine Fenbendazole in 3 1/2 months

    Carol
    Carol
    Admin
    Admin

    Posts : 24819
    Join date : 2010-04-07
    Location : Hawaii

    Man cured his terminal cancer with dog medicine Fenbendazole in 3 1/2 months Empty Man cured his terminal cancer with dog medicine Fenbendazole in 3 1/2 months

    Post  Carol on Mon Dec 02, 2019 2:13 pm


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCOODjrJhRQ&feature=emb_logo
    How Joe Tippens Beat Terminal Cancer with $7 Dog Medicine

    "I can't tell you how excited this news makes me, because I have so many people right now that are either dying of cancer that I know or already did. I have an entire page online dedicated to all the information I have collected over the years on alternative ways to approach cancer. This one just caught my attention.

    This was actually discovered by accident by someone who was treating mice that had been purposely infected with cancer, and had given them a medication for a health issue. It turned out that medication cleared the cancer from all the mice. And this man is finding that it also works in humans…

    He had metastasized, small cell, aggressive lung cancer that had gone throughout his entire body, and was told he only had a couple months to live. That was a really long time ago...

    Please check it out!”

    Diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, Joe was told he had about 3 months to live. A veterinarian friend of his in western Oklahoma called him and told him about a cancer research experiment he had learned about in which a dog-deworming medicine had cured cancer in the experimental mice... and when the researcher developed cancer, she used the same medicine on herself and her glioblastoma was gone in about 12 weeks.

    With nothing to lose and everything to gain, Joe ordered the veterinary product, Fenbendazole (kills intestinal parasites & cancer - dry tasteless powder), and began taking it. He added a few other things to his regimen such as curcumin and Vitamin E, now known as the "Joe Tippens Protocol". Three and a half months later, he went in for a scan and he was totally clear!

    Purchase at 1800petmeds.com

    Tippen uses Panacur C, a ton of sites have pulled it, you can find it on Amazon for upwards of $50 for a 3 pack. You can however buy Safeguard (which is made by the same company, same ingredients) for $4.60 for a 3 pack.
    Add in the vitamin E and the CBD oil.

    Go to his (Tippens) site and read the testamonials of those who have used this approach. There are a number of individuals who have been "cured" (if that's the appropriate word to use), of pancreatic cancer.

    He suggests 10 days straight each month. You can buy cheap Fen Ben in the Equine section at Tractor Supply. Comes in a paste in a tube. And add vitamin E to each dose and and super B complex including Vitamin K. Take it with food.

    Supplemented Vitamins included B, D, K, E, and A.

    Vitamins E and A both have antitumor properties by virtue of their antioxidant properties.

    Vitamin E causes antitumor and antimetastatic effects in several animal models of cancer; for example, it suppresses the nuclear transcription factor in prostate cell lines.

    link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

    Veterinary drug may be repurposed for human cancers: study


    link to www.thehindubusinessline.com

    Here is a lifetime supply for several people for $69.
    It is a ten pound bag of relatively pure product.
    link to www.tractorsupply.com

    Of course, it would need to be ground and measured out with a gram scale but that's a small price to pay for the quantity.


    Take note:  Don't handle the stuff if grinding it up without a face mask on as breathing it is quite dangerous if it gets in your lungs. Like breathing in cement dust. It can settle and solidify in your lungs.


    It was suggested before that cancer is NOT what doctors claim it is, i.e. a cell's biological instructions are damaged leading to unrestricted and harmful cell replication, damage which is caused by carcinogens, radiation, etc, and instead cancer is (or is caused by) some sort of foreign micro-organism infecting the body.

    The one I've been hearing recently is that cancer is a fungus. People swearing that various antifungal medications taken internally cleared up their or a loved one's cancer at an amazing pace.

    And the gentleman in the video is indicating his cancer was cleared up by an antihelmintic (anti-parasite medication).

    Check his blog for dosages. Take 3 consecutive days a week and 4 consecutive days off. Body can do more. One can even take 400 milligrams a day.

    Joe's Website: https://www.mycancerstory.rocks/

    TRANSCRIPT
    00:02
    hello everyone this is James Templeton
    00:05
    with the Templeton wellness Foundation
    00:07
    and I'm so excited today we're here with
    00:10
    Joe tippin's and Joe tippin's has quite
    00:13
    a story to share with you and before we
    00:17
    get started I want to ask you to check
    00:21
    out our wellness site templeton
    00:23
    wellness.com and also check out our
    00:26
    restaurant guide the Templeton List it's
    00:30
    our new restaurant guide it has all the
    00:32
    healthiest restaurants in America I
    00:34
    think you're going to really enjoy this
    00:37
    because we all want to stay healthy and
    00:39
    with we travel and we we're on the road
    00:43
    there's there are good places you can
    00:45
    eat it's not the same as eating at home
    00:47
    of course but anyways I think you're
    00:49
    going to really find this very helpful
    00:52
    it's easy to use and if you don't have
    00:55
    my book I used to have cancer how I
    00:58
    found my own way back to health please
    01:01
    get it you can get it at Amazon or you
    01:03
    can go to I used to have cancer calm and
    01:06
    we'll give you three free downloads
    01:09
    check it out you'll see it on the site
    01:12
    but anyway let's get started here and
    01:16
    Joe welcome it's nice to have you today
    01:19
    thanks for having me I'm in Berlin
    01:22
    Germany well that's that's unbelievable
    01:25
    you know with the technology nowadays
    01:27
    it's like we can sit here and talk
    01:29
    anywhere so so you have quite a story
    01:33
    and can you just tell us what how this
    01:37
    started in a little bit about your
    01:39
    diagnosis and how this came to be oh
    01:41
    sure
    01:43
    so in Labor Day weekend of 2016 three
    01:50
    years ago little over three years ago I
    01:53
    was I had accepted a partnership
    01:56
    position with a firm in Zurich
    01:59
    Switzerland and had my Swiss green card
    02:01
    and that my apartment close already
    02:03
    moved and I was moving to Switzerland
    02:05
    and I went into a weekend doc in the Box
    02:11
    urgent care center
    02:13
    because I had a little bit of nasal
    02:14
    congestion I didn't want to get on the
    02:16
    long flight and the guy the guy did a
    02:19
    chest x-ray and and he even brought me
    02:22
    back to look at it it didn't look like
    02:23
    anything to me and he was kind of my
    02:26
    first Savior he just wouldn't take no
    02:28
    for an answer and bugged me all day
    02:30
    Sunday and all day Monday before my
    02:32
    Tuesday morning flight to Zurich and
    02:34
    finally Monday afternoon I went in for a
    02:37
    CT and I had a tumor in my left lobe of
    02:41
    my lung lower left lung the size of my
    02:44
    fist with no simple-- had no symptoms

    02:47
    zero I had no idea and so I picked up
    02:52
    the phone and called Swiss alone and
    02:54
    canceled my trip and canceled my
    02:56
    acceptance of that job and started a
    02:59
    journey with MD Anderson in Houston
    03:03
    Texas
    and the no through comedy of
    03:09
    errors that weren't their fault I got
    03:11
    pneumonia along the way and they had to
    03:13
    change the regimen and double up the
    03:15
    radiation they fried my esophagus into
    03:20
    bacon when nothing would go down or and
    03:24
    instead of doing a feeding tube I
    03:26
    decided to live off of my fast stores
    03:28
    and my muscle stores and I went eight
    03:32
    weeks with no nutrients in my body zero
    03:35
    and went in an IV fluids to keep me
    03:39
    hydrated along the way and in December
    03:45
    of 17 of 16 to twist three months later
    03:50
    I had a scan and they said well we have
    03:53
    great news show the great big monster
    03:55
    tumor in your lower left lung is gone
    it
    03:58
    man by the way the biopsy revealed that
    04:00
    it was small cell lung cancer which is
    04:03
    the more aggressive of the two kinds of
    04:05
    lung cancer the good news was that it
    04:09
    was gone from my the big one was gone
    04:11
    from my lower left lung but the bad news
    04:13
    was is it metastasized entirely too much
    04:17
    from head to toe all right I had tumors
    04:20
    in my neck in my in my stomach my liver
    04:24
    my bladder my pancreas
    04:27
    and in my bones from head to toe and I
    04:32
    don't know if your listeners know but
    04:36
    when statistically when you have small
    04:38
    cell lung cancer that metastasized that
    04:40
    far afield you're a goner
    yeah basically
    04:44
    the life expectancy goes below 1% and
    04:49
    the median life expectancy is around 3
    04:53
    months and so you know that sobering
    04:57
    news was news was given me and I was
    04:59
    pretty much told the Holman hire hospice
    05:02
    yes and here's where the plot thickens
    05:07
    and my story changed I got a call the
    05:11
    next day mm-hmm
    05:13
    from a large animal veterinarian cattle
    05:17
    and horse doctor in western Oklahoma I'm
    05:20
    from Oklahoma and I went to college with
    05:23
    this guy and I knew his children and
    05:24
    everybody and excuse me he basically
    05:30
    told me this crazy story about a
    05:32
    scientist at Merck animal health on the
    05:34
    veterinary medicine side that had been
    05:37
    implanting cancer in her mice brains and
    05:41
    stomachs and livers and was doing cancer
    05:43
    research her entire Mouse population
    05:47
    that's the story was told to me her
    05:51
    entire Mouse population came down with
    05:53
    intestinal parasites and so she gave
    05:57
    what is given to all animals whether
    06:00
    it's fish all the way up to elephants in
    06:02
    the animal yeah there's a drug called

    06:05
    Fenbendazole ,which is in the
    06:07
    anthelmintic class of drugs that
    06:09
    anthelmintic only means to kill
    06:12
    intestinal parasites yes and lo and
    06:16
    behold she saved her mouse population
    06:18
    from dying of intestinal parasites but
    06:21
    when she came back several weeks later
    06:23
    she cured the mice of cancer and as the
    06:28
    story went she herself got four stage
    06:32
    glioblastoma wrapped around her brain
    06:34
    stem was told to go home listen he
    06:37
    decided what the heck started taking
    06:38
    this stuff and cleared her so
    06:40
    twelve weeks
    so that's a short winded
    06:45
    answer to the very next day I started
    06:49
    taking Fenbendazole and I'm taking
    06:53
    the veterinary product the dog dewormer
    06:57
    is it like a as it like a pill or no
    07:01
    it's a it's a dry tasteless powder that
    07:04
    people used to mix in the dog food to
    07:07
    deworm their dogs and I just do the same
    07:11
    thing I just mix it with yogurt or a
    07:12
    smoothie and sometimes I just thought in
    07:14
    the back of my throat toss it down
    and
    07:17
    is that something that you had to have a
    07:18
    prescription to have or no I mean look
    07:22
    this is a veterinary medicine drug yeah
    07:24
    yeah not supposed to be taking it for
    07:27
    human consumption but uh what the heck
    07:29
    yeah
    07:30
    bought it at 1800petmeds.com and I'm
    07:33
    such a good customer I get a dog bone
    07:35
    with each order
    so so I
    07:40
    I basically through self-research I did
    07:44
    probably two or three thousand
    07:47
    hours of research myself added a few
    07:49
    other things to the regimen which is now
    07:52
    called the choke tippin's protocol which
    07:54
    is been bizarre to me, yeah but I added
    08:00
    curcumin the bioavailable curcumin and
    08:02
    CBD oil and vitamin E
    to the to the
    08:07
    regimen and I went through a period of
    08:10
    unknown I went all the way all through
    08:12
    January and February and March and April
    08:15
    of 2017 waiting to die because the
    08:20
    median life expectancy was three months
    08:23
    and you know I was not supposed to
    08:26
    survive but I felt fine there were no
    08:29
    symptoms I felt great I was you know
    08:31
    working again and went in for a scan the
    08:34
    first week of May of seventeen so three
    08:37
    and a half months later and I was all
    08:40
    clear a previous PET scan that lit up
    08:44
    like a Christmas tree from my neck to my
    08:47
    pelvis in my bones and in all my
    08:49
    internal organ and organs
    08:51
    it was now gone completely

    08:55
    and it's called Ned no evidence of
    08:57
    disease is you yes yes and so I didn't
    09:02
    fess up to my doctors what I was been
    09:05
    doing they were all kind of in shock I
    09:08
    thought it was just a miracle kind of
    09:10
    thing or is that what they know and it
    09:12
    to be honest with you and I we've been
    09:14
    learning a lot more if we go hero and
    09:16
    not have hundreds or thousands of
    09:18
    patients using this but at the time I
    09:21
    was on when it was put on a clinical
    09:23
    trial experimental drug and they told me
    09:27
    at the outset this drug will not save
    09:29
    your life mmm not put you in remission
    09:32
    our best case scenario is it'll buy you
    09:36
    a year or two and that was the best case
    09:42
    so I said what the heck and so the
    09:45
    reason I really didn't tell them at that
    09:46
    point was I thought I don't want to get
    09:48
    kicked off this trial yeah yeah and so I
    09:53
    waited like the may scan was clear I
    09:56
    waited until the July scan was clear and
    09:59
    then I waited until the September scan
    10:01
    was clear and and then the trial was
    10:04
    over and after the trial was over and
    10:06
    they couldn't kick me off and I passed
    10:08
    up as to what I was taking
    10:09
    yeah I've had some very interesting
    10:12
    conversations with my physicians over
    10:14
    the last three years since then I'm now
    10:17
    thirty months all clear completely no no
    10:21
    evidence of disease you know after being
    10:24
    told no hope now what did the physician
    10:27
    think about it what you told him well
    10:31
    there's the private physician that
    10:34
    you've become a friend with behind the
    10:36
    closed door and there's the public
    10:39
    physician who's represents a major
    10:41
    cancer hospital yeah the private guy and
    10:45
    the public eye were two separate things
    10:47
    right so I think pine closed doors he
    10:51
    basically goes okay I admit it what you
    10:54
    did had an impact publicly as an
    10:58
    institution you can't make that
    11:00
    statement right yeah you know don't
    11:03
    blame them did they think that this
    11:04
    trial this drug trial you were wrong
    11:07
    is the reason or well so the reason I
    11:11
    don't think it is yeah this
    11:15
    immunotherapy drug is actually quite
    11:17
    successful with non-small-cell lung
    11:20
    cancer yeah that was small cell it's not
    11:23
    successful I mean it was an objective
    11:26
    response trial and the objective was to
    11:29
    buy people an extra one and a half years
    11:32
    yeah
    11:33
    and they judge the success or failure of
    11:36
    the trial based on that objective well
    11:40
    there's not anybody else in total
    11:42
    remission yeah other than other than me
    11:45
    and so to me there's no way that it was
    11:49
    it had anything to do with my success
    11:51
    yeah and now that I have a hundred other
    11:55
    success stories in all different cancer
    11:57
    types in all different stages I am even
    12:01
    more convinced today yeah so I ended up
    12:06
    writing the blog for a completely
    12:10
    selfish reason yeah I my work my story
    12:15
    spread like wildfire just by word of
    12:17
    mouth
    12:18
    forget social media just by word of
    12:20
    mouth I was getting 20 and 30 calls a
    12:23
    day here I'm up the world and I was
    12:26
    having to start from Ground Zero just
    12:27
    like I'm doing with you telling this
    12:30
    story of how I ended up in this position
    12:33
    yes
    12:34
    and I decided you know I can't be doing
    12:37
    this all day long I have a real job yeah
    12:39
    so I wrote the blog so that I could just
    12:44
    point people to go read it
    12:47
    instead of me telling the story over and
    12:49
    over and over again right right not even
    12:52
    intending or that the blog would go
    12:54
    viral and then it made my world even
    12:58
    more complex because it did go viral
    13:01
    yeah and some of the stories of virality
    13:07
    of a cancer story like this are just
    13:10
    insane but I had to set up a discussion
    13:16
    group on Facebook by the same name my
    13:19
    cancer story rocks
    13:21
    and an in it went viral and now there's
    13:26
    then I had to engage volunteer
    13:29
    moderators and administrators to manage
    13:31
    the Facebook page because it's a
    13:34
    full-time job 24/7
    13:37
    volunteer administrators and moderators
    13:40
    in the southern hemisphere in Australia
    13:42
    New Zealand in South Africa and in the
    13:44
    northern hemisphere here in the UK and
    13:48
    they have to its very diligent to keep
    13:52
    all the riffraff out and all the
    13:54
    multi-level markers out and all these
    13:56
    know the crazy people out and we're
    14:00
    limiting that we're limiting that
    14:02
    Facebook page to only cancer patients
    14:06
    and caregivers mmm-hmm anybody can get
    14:09
    in there right and and we're limiting it
    14:12
    to the discussion of the protocol that
    14:14
    saved me and now a hundred other people
    14:18
    and and so there's a people mad at us
    14:21
    because they can't get in and they're
    14:23
    they're getting rejected and they want
    14:26
    in they can't get in or they some of
    14:28
    their posts are being deleted because we
    14:31
    police it very tightly if we want people
    14:34
    to feel free to post very private
    14:37
    medical information on a public forum
    14:40
    you know the only way you can do that is
    14:43
    to control it very tightly and it's
    14:46
    unfortunate that we have to control it
    14:48
    that way but you understand now since
    14:51
    then what's even crazier is a PhD
    14:56
    student at Arizona State University
    14:59
    Chinese translated the blog into two
    15:03
    different languages and without even
    15:05
    asking my permission just did it which
    15:07
    I'm okay with I don't care I'm not
    15:08
    trying to make money off this and he
    15:11
    posted the blog in China I didn't even
    15:16
    know he did and about three weeks ago I
    15:21
    got a call from the editor of Beijing
    15:25
    news hmm she's owned by the Chinese
    15:28
    government and guy spoke perfect English
    15:32
    almost with a British accent
    15:34
    and told me that I was a rock star in
    15:38
    China and that the the Chinese website
    15:43
    had three-and-a-half million hits and
    15:45
    they he this is just nothing and that he
    15:49
    estimated that there were between thirty
    15:52
    and fifty thousand people in China on
    15:54
    the protocol and it's just mind-blowing
    15:57
    you know that that this is happening and
    16:04
    it's amazing though it's amazing you
    16:07
    know what you did
    16:08
    it's amazing that your friend the
    16:10
    veterinarian you know well its first of
    16:13
    all it's amazing that a weekend
    16:15
    emergency clinic doctor wouldn't take no
    16:17
    for an answer
    16:18
    I had no symptoms I was out said to
    16:20
    Zurich he stopped me and saved my life
    16:23
    yeah and then and then a horse doctor
    16:26
    and cattle doctor saves my in western
    16:30
    Oklahoma saves my life and I felt
    16:33
    compelled to give back so I put this
    16:35
    blog up and now it's but it's become a
    16:38
    life all of its own and I'm I'm trying
    16:41
    to manage it while I have a career yeah
    16:44
    let me ask you now before this did you
    16:48
    notice that you had like digestive
    16:51
    problems or issues you know at all know
    16:54
    like expense ativy and your you know
    16:57
    your your gut or bowel or anything no no
    17:02
    I swear you there's no there is no
    17:06
    correlation to this being an
    17:10
    anti-parasitic and an anti-cancer drug
    17:13
    it's serendipity and coincidence that
    17:16
    the molecule goes and targets cancer
    17:20
    cells in three pathways and let me tell
    17:23
    and the scientist and this is probably
    17:25
    the most disgusting thing
    17:27
    I now believe the scientists have known
    17:30
    this molecule would work this way for
    17:33
    decades 30 maybe 40 years they've known
    17:38
    yeah and some scientists just published
    17:42
    a very comprehensive research report on
    17:45
    the molecule and the three paths
    17:48
    ways by which it's killing cancer first
    17:51
    thing it's doing is inside a cancer cell
    17:54
    is a is a microtubule if you think of
    17:57
    the pillars inside of a building to keep
    17:59
    the ceiling of them between the wall
    18:02
    well those microtubules also are
    18:04
    paramount in a cancer cells ability to
    18:08
    divide and multiply and reproduce
    18:11
    rapidly and for somehow someway this
    18:15
    anti-parasitic drug is going thin bindas
    18:18
    ol is going in and knocking out those
    18:20
    those microtubules that's number one
    18:23
    number two which i think is even more
    18:27
    impressive is cancer cells can't survive
    18:31
    without metabolizing sugar yes and the
    18:36
    inventors ol was proven scientifically
    18:39
    they know now that it's interrupting the
    18:42
    cancer cells ability to metabolize sugar
    18:45
    so it's basically a sugar blocker it's
    18:50
    well it's a it's blocking the metabolism
    18:53
    of the show yeah and the third thing
    18:56
    which is the most impressive of the
    18:58
    three is healthy people have a very
    19:01
    healthy level of a cancer killing gene
    19:04
    in their body called p53 many apart yeah
    19:08
    yes well when you hear p53 mutations and
    19:14
    it's basically that the p53 is mutated
    19:17
    some way to what stops killing cancer
    19:19
    mm-hm
    19:20
    or somebody's titer level of p53 for
    19:24
    some way somehow has just dropped below
    19:26
    the ability to continue to fight cancer
    19:28
    mm-hmm well the third thing that this
    19:31
    drug is doing is spiking the new healthy
    19:35
    production of new p53 in the body and so
    19:41
    that's significant in a lot of ways yes
    19:44
    I believe that those three pathways
    19:47
    every kind of cancer whether it's a
    19:49
    blood-borne cancer like leukemia or
    19:51
    lymphoma or multiple myeloma
    19:54
    or a solid tumor cancer like I had in
    19:57
    lung cancer or brain
    20:01
    answer or colorectal cancer or melanoma
    20:06
    all all cancer cells have microtubules
    20:09
    that are necessary to further survival
    20:12
    and replication all cancer cells have
    20:15
    have to be able to metabolize sugar
    20:18
    sugar and all Kent and p53 kills all
    20:22
    cancer cells in healthy people yes and
    20:25
    this drug is is doing all three of those
    20:29
    things simultaneously at the cellular
    20:31
    level which has nothing to do with
    20:33
    parasites so we get a bunch of people on
    20:37
    these Facebook pages and blog saying
    20:40
    well I've known for years that you know
    20:42
    it was parasites that cause cancer and
    20:44
    I'm going stop stop it's this has
    20:47
    nothing to do with parasites this is
    20:50
    this drug serendipitously and in
    20:52
    coincidentally has these three functions
    20:55
    against cancer cells that was never
    20:58
    intended when it was invented as a
    21:00
    parasitic drug yeah now is there any
    21:03
    side effects when you take this is the
    21:05
    feel elephant I didn't but I know from
    21:10
    having hundreds of people report in I've
    21:13
    gotten basically my own unofficial
    21:15
    clinical trial going on with thousand
    21:17
    patients thousands of patients I should
    21:22
    say and about 5% of the people report
    21:27
    mild diarrhea as the only side effect
    21:29
    and some mild stomach discomfort but if
    21:34
    it's 5% I would say mathematically some
    21:38
    percentage of those got it from
    21:40
    something else or something else caused
    21:42
    the diarrhea and not this mmm-hmm so I
    21:46
    don't it's not it's not a I don't worry
    21:49
    about it in a sense so if it's a
    21:52
    parasite
    21:53
    designed for parasites that they would
    21:55
    you know start pushing things you know
    21:57
    move them things because right you know
    21:59
    like just like an herbal formula or
    22:01
    something it's got to do something you
    22:03
    know if it's going to be effective at
    22:05
    all for for horses or you know or
    22:09
    animals is what it's really designed for
    22:11
    so insulin
    22:14
    and I had I had to update the blog
    22:17
    recently for dosages because I'm not
    22:22
    playing doctor I disclaimed throughout
    22:24
    the whole thing that hey I'm only
    22:26
    qualified to tell my story I'm not
    22:28
    qualified to give advice to anybody
    22:31
    right but when I was passed this
    22:34
    information kind of secondhand I was
    22:37
    told that this drug could negatively
    22:39
    impact the liver function and so you
    22:43
    have to be careful with dosages and so
    22:45
    my original dosage that I followed that
    22:48
    cured me and I've given 200,000 others
    22:52
    is to do it three days a week three
    22:56
    second of days a week and then take four
    22:58
    days off every week I have since learned
    23:01
    that that's too conservative in that the
    23:05
    body can withstand more Johns Hopkins
    23:07
    did a clinical trial on a sister drug
    23:10
    calm even dissolve that is approved for
    23:14
    human consumption and they determined
    23:18
    that you could take you know 400
    23:20
    milligrams daily long-term safely so
    23:23
    it's it is it's it's very safe the
    23:26
    downside risk is virtually zero yeah
    23:30
    where I try to when people my most
    23:33
    frustrating thing that's happened in the
    23:35
    last 30 months is people calling me and
    23:40
    saying well I waited too long I just
    23:42
    waited I didn't believe the story until
    23:44
    I was given no other hope no other
    23:46
    chance and I waited too long and that's
    23:49
    very frustrating them yeah so here's the
    23:53
    message I like to give to people is I've
    23:56
    there's so many people taking this all
    23:58
    over the world and work you know kind of
    24:00
    rule number one of medicine is don't
    24:02
    make it worse and this is not going to
    24:05
    hurt you
    24:06
    it's not the downside risk is virtually
    24:09
    zero but we now have because we have a
    24:13
    hundred other success stories we now
    24:15
    have ample evidence that there's upside
    24:18
    return here and if downside risk is zero
    24:22
    and the upside is it's there I can't
    24:26
    promise you it'll cure
    24:27
    yeah but I can pretty much promise you
    24:30
    it's not gonna kill you and and you're
    24:34
    also doing these other things to along
    24:36
    with it and have you changed your diet
    24:39
    or anything I should have I don't
    24:42
    practice what I preach I'm a real foodie
    24:44
    and I travel when I eat at fine
    24:48
    restaurants and I love food and so I
    24:50
    haven't done a very good job of that
    24:53
    although if I was advising people I'd
    24:56
    say you know go down all the sugar or
    24:58
    anything that converts to sugar right
    25:01
    and that would be bad my only advice
    25:05
    although I don't follow it so here we go
    25:08
    you know well that you're doing great
    25:11
    and you know you've got the science
    25:14
    behind it I mean as far as the tests
    25:17
    you've done tests to show that there's
    25:19
    no signs of the cancer anymore and I
    25:23
    mean that's me but I I have so there's a
    25:27
    lot of argument and debate on the
    25:29
    internet you know anytime people get a
    25:32
    hold of something like this they want to
    25:33
    debate it just they overthink it and
    25:37
    they over research it and and so there's
    25:39
    a lot of people out there saying well
    25:41
    even Joe doesn't know that it was this
    25:43
    other experimental drug that saved him
    25:45
    and not this and you know all these
    25:48
    other people are still doing their chemo
    25:49
    and their radiation and their other
    25:51
    immunotherapy and their targeted therapy
    25:53
    and they're doing this at the same time
    25:54
    so we don't know well I'm so anxious to
    25:59
    get this database audit done because I
    26:01
    do know of 25 cases where people were
    26:06
    sent home to hire hospice go home and
    26:09
    die basically and they didn't take
    26:12
    anything else but this protocol and they
    26:16
    said they were saved
    26:17
    so now and now they're they're
    26:19
    relatively healthy yeah in in in quite a
    26:25
    few cases completely no evidence of
    26:27
    disease in you know two special cases
    26:30
    like the deadliest of all cancers
    26:33
    pancreatic in I'll be honest there's
    26:38
    mixed results with pancreatic some
    26:40
    people that hadn't were
    26:41
    get all four mm-hmm and but then I've
    26:45
    got like five cases where it's worked on
    26:50
    pain you know and and in and in those
    26:54
    cases they're unique these people were
    26:58
    given less than three months to live and
    27:01
    the this has not eliminated their cancer
    27:05
    they're not can't they're not cancer
    27:07
    free but if shrunk it back and kept it
    27:10
    at bay to allow them to live a normal
    27:11
    lifestyle
    27:12
    way beyond their life expectancy right
    27:15
    say that's a victory even though they're
    27:19
    still they still have cancer yeah and
    27:22
    then there is two cases of pancreatic
    27:25
    cancer and I don't know what their stage
    27:27
    was it'll get done in the audit in two
    27:29
    cases where they're completely anyd
    27:32
    starting with pancreatic cancer which is
    27:34
    very crazy well mine is crazy dude also
    27:39
    lung cancers second deadliest right -
    27:42
    you know why do you tell small cells
    27:44
    right up there with pancreatic yes don't
    27:47
    survive it
    27:48
    well 1% I mean yeah that's that's
    27:52
    usually I get your affairs in order
    27:54
    quick yeah well it's less than 1% they
    27:57
    don't say how far less yeah it's down
    28:01
    that low it's usually get things
    28:02
    together quick because
    28:05
    mountain roads smell the roses quick
    28:08
    because there's not much time so I've
    28:10
    talked to people many people have had
    28:12
    different kinds of cancer and and it's a
    28:15
    it's remarkable some of these stories
    28:18
    and theirs everybody has different
    28:19
    stories some are similar some are
    28:21
    different so the things that you're
    28:23
    doing you know along with with the
    28:25
    curcumin you were talking about that and
    28:28
    you're using you know I mean curcumin is
    28:32
    there's a lot of good things about
    28:34
    curcumin can you by the way my my doctor
    28:39
    at MD Anderson I went in for my last
    28:41
    scan just last week mm-hmm he told me
    28:45
    that there's new research that says
    28:47
    curcumin also spikes healthy p53 yeah
    28:54
    there you go now I have to warn people
    28:57
    and say if you're going through chemo
    28:59
    and you're or you're in blood thinners
    29:02
    you probably ought to lay off the
    29:03
    vitamin E in the curcumin and just go
    29:06
    with the convened Azul and CBD but you
    29:12
    know for the most part I think it's it's
    29:15
    it's a pretty healthy and safe regimen
    29:18
    now the CBD we didn't talk about that
    29:21
    the CBD how do you use that I do 25
    29:27
    milligrams a day
    29:28
    underneath my tongue sublingual
    and I
    29:32
    don't do it for pain or anxiety or any
    29:35
    or sleep or any those other reasons I
    29:37
    believe it has separate cancer killing
    29:40
    properties I am still that's not proven
    29:42
    yet I believe that yeah so you're you're
    29:47
    throwing some good things at it and I
    29:51
    yeah right I tell people I don't
    29:56
    recommend THC in my blog just simply
    30:00
    because not everybody can get it and
    30:01
    they're confused by it
    30:03
    yeah that the truth is if you can work
    30:06
    yourself up to a one-to-one relationship
    30:08
    between CBD and THC and do that every
    30:11
    day

    30:11
    the CBD offsets the hallucinogenic or
    30:15
    psychotropic effects of the TAC and
    30:18
    offsets it you won't get high off of it

    30:21
    yeah and I'd you don't get high from
    30:25
    what you're doing at all it doesn't make
    30:26
    you high or anything yeah yeah and I
    30:31
    believe that ten years from now we're
    30:33
    gonna be looking at this and saying well
    30:35
    duh we've always known that those those
    30:38
    compounds helped cancer
    30:40
    yeah well it's it's amazing what you're
    30:45
    doing and and like you say I mean
    30:48
    everybody's different and and and you
    30:51
    know what works for you is working for
    30:53
    other people also so I you know I'm also
    30:59
    tracking failures too distracting
    31:03
    successes yeah I believe I mean it's not
    31:08
    a panacea
    31:08
    that's gonna cure every cancer in every
    31:10
    patient every time mm-hmm
    31:12
    but I do believe that the downside risk
    31:15
    is zero and there's ample evidence that
    31:18
    it could help so why not oh yeah yeah
    31:22
    and the people so far I've talked to the
    31:25
    families of all the deceased so far and
    31:28
    the least the ones I could get ahold of
    31:31
    and talk to and to a person every one of
    31:34
    them believes that they just started too
    31:36
    late yeah because it probably probably
    31:40
    with anything it takes a few months to
    31:42
    really kind of get things to kick in
    31:45
    Let's Get Well and I think at least 12
    31:49
    weeks you know I I tell people don't
    31:52
    even expect anything before 12 weeks
    31:55
    yeah I know I know that when I was going
    31:58
    through my cancer thing many years ago I
    32:01
    started changed my diet and did a lot of
    32:05
    other things but I didn't notice a lot
    32:08
    at the beginning but after three or four
    32:10
    months it was amazing I started to feel
    32:12
    like a different person my whole body
    32:14
    started to change you know and I think
    32:17
    it's like anything it takes time people
    32:19
    have to know they got a half time and if
    32:22
    you if you mess around with cancer and
    32:26
    they and especially at a very risky
    32:30
    stage you can't mess around you got to
    32:33
    get on something and and I believe and I
    32:36
    was going to ask you that you know some
    32:38
    people do better than others with
    32:40
    anything just because and and the thing
    32:43
    is is if you believe in what you're
    32:46
    doing really believe and you really
    32:48
    believe that you can beat it you can
    32:50
    overcome you know 1% chance or less or
    32:55
    even 10 or 20% chance of survival then
    32:58
    that is a big plus because believing is
    33:02
    I believe is 50% or more i he not I
    33:07
    could not agree more
    33:09
    are you familiar with Bruce Lipton yes
    33:11
    okay well Bruce Timm Bruce Lipton has
    33:14
    proven scientifically that that's true
    33:17
    yeah he literally connected the dots
    33:19
    between the brain and
    33:22
    what happens at the cellular level and
    33:25
    it's bypassing DNA as the signal yes the
    33:29
    brain is the signal and that goes both
    33:31
    ways if you're a negative thinker
    33:33
    they're gonna send negative thoughts to
    33:35
    yourself you're positive thinking you
    33:37
    have some positive vibes to the cells an
    33:39
    immune system
    is so so important in if
    33:43
    if you're negative and you've around
    33:45
    negative people and and you know and you
    33:48
    don't believe in it you think well I'll
    33:49
    just try it I don't know if it'll work
    33:51
    maybe it won't maybe it will you know I
    33:55
    mean that's not that attitude attitude
    33:56
    is if it'll work for you it'll work for
    34:00
    these other people and I'm not saying
    34:01
    exactly what you did but just in general
    34:04
    of a person that's been successful then
    34:07
    there's got to be something out there
    34:08
    for me too
    34:09
    so you know why why can't I find
    34:12
    something and there's a lot of things
    34:13
    you know that first people can do I
    34:16
    can't explain why but the day I was told
    34:20
    that it would metastasize that my whole
    34:22
    body and I had less than a 1% chance of
    34:25
    survival it for some reason it didn't
    34:28
    even faze me you know this was before I
    34:31
    had the conversation with the
    34:32
    veterinarian I just was confident and I
    34:36
    knew that I would figure out a way to
    34:38
    beat it yeah so it's yeah and you knew
    34:42
    inside that was kind of your intuition
    34:45
    or maybe from your connection from the
    34:48
    higher place you know whatever you want
    34:50
    to call it yeah and knowing that hey I'm
    34:52
    gonna find something there's got to be
    34:54
    something I can do and I'll find it kind
    34:56
    of thing that's that sounds very
    34:58
    familiar to me I also know that it
    35:02
    sounds familiar to me that be scared to
    35:05
    death at the beginning I was and you
    35:09
    know it took it took a little nudging
    35:11
    for me to somebody to get my attention
    35:13
    to think that hey start thinking
    35:15
    positive quit thinking negative you know
    35:18
    well I I really recommend people go out
    35:21
    and watch the Bruce Lipton YouTube
    35:24
    videos of his lectures because he's a
    35:26
    molecular biologist MD professor as you
    35:30
    know at Stanford
    he's no slouch yeah
    35:32
    improving scientifically that connection
    35:35
    between positive thinking
    35:36
    and yes so active activity at the
    35:39
    cellular level is groundbreaking you
    35:42
    know the people that I talk to that seem
    35:44
    to do the best are the ones that have
    35:46
    that strong will and you know their will
    35:49
    and not saying it always kicked in you
    35:52
    know from the beginning but once it
    35:53
    kicked in and it's kind of like get out
    35:56
    of my way I'm going to go go to battle
    35:58
    with this I'm going to go to war I'm
    36:00
    going to beat it if anybody can do it I
    36:02
    can do it you know if I'm gonna give it
    36:05
    my all those are the kind of people that
    36:08
    get well compared to the ones that just
    36:10
    sort of put their hands and someone
    36:12
    else's their life in someone else's
    36:15
    hands and I see that over and over and
    36:18
    over and they're there I mean there's
    36:20
    all walks of people some are very
    36:22
    religious some are very spiritual summer
    36:24
    they're just people and but they all
    36:28
    have this will this will that you know
    36:31
    I'm going to do what it takes and if it
    36:35
    doesn't work for me it won't work for
    36:37
    anybody else I mean and that's so
    36:40
    important and the things that you're
    36:42
    saying is is going to give people a lot
    36:47
    of things to think about anyway let's
    36:50
    put it like that well if they want to
    36:52
    read about it it's it's it's an
    36:54
    interesting name there's a new extension
    36:56
    that replaces calm it's called ROC KS
    37:00
    Rox
    37:01
    yeah it's my cancer story dot rocks well
    37:06
    I want to thank you Joe it's a wonderful
    37:09
    story and and you're doing some
    37:11
    wonderful work and you're helping the
    37:13
    huge amount of people especially in
    37:15
    China it sounds like you know that's
    37:19
    very very very interesting but I want to
    37:23
    thank you for being with me and their
    37:25
    talent for your time and your over in
    37:28
    Germany you know we're over here in
    37:29
    Idaho so it's a long ways but it works
    37:34
    and it's great and I want to thank you
    37:37
    so much and good luck going forward with
    37:39
    everything and keep up you know the good
    37:42
    work and and and keep feeling well and
    37:46
    and I'll keep up
    37:49
    thing you're doing I'm excited about it
    37:51
    any to get any questions give me a shot
    37:53
    and I appreciate you inviting me all
    37:56
    right folks this is Joe tippin's and
    37:58
    check him out and and you know it's a
    38:02
    pleasure and remember to go to Templeton
    wellness.com
    see our other survivor
    38:08
    stories you know everybody has different
    38:12
    stories I'm not saying that one supposed
    38:15
    to work for everyone you know but but
    38:17
    it's all about to inspire you to give
    38:19
    you hope and that's what we're all about
    38:23
    and please check out our restaurant
    38:25
    guide again if you didn't hear me talk
    38:27
    about it earlier and check out my book I
    38:31
    used to have cancer how I found my own
    38:33
    way back to health and that's my story
    38:36
    so anyway this is James Templeton we'll
    38:39
    see you next time have a wonderful
    38:43
    healthy rest of your day


    _________________
    What is life?
    It is the flash of a firefly in the night, the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset.

    With deepest respect ~ Aloha & Mahalo, Carol
    Carol
    Carol
    Admin
    Admin

    Posts : 24819
    Join date : 2010-04-07
    Location : Hawaii

    Man cured his terminal cancer with dog medicine Fenbendazole in 3 1/2 months Empty Re: Man cured his terminal cancer with dog medicine Fenbendazole in 3 1/2 months

    Post  Carol on Tue Dec 03, 2019 3:45 pm

    Huge news on pancreatic cancer!

    PJ 34, a drug given for stroke patients has been proved in non-human trials to kill pancreatic cancer cells by between 80 to 90% with no effect found on good cells - and the mice tested ate the same and had no discernible problems!

    This is huge news because there is no known cure for this cancer. Oncotarget, a peer reviewed biomedical journal paper issued by Prof. Malka Cohen-Armon and her team at Tel Aviv University led the research.

    Avoid the phosphoric acid used as a preservative in soft drinks. There may be a correlation between pancreatic cancer and phosphoric acid.

    https://www.drugtargetreview.com/news/52712/pj34-triggers-self-destruction-of-human-pancreatic-cancer-cells/

    So, this new wonder-drug is actually something that turns the pH of the body alkaline? Because, as many know, cancer cannot exist in an alkaline environment.



    _________________
    What is life?
    It is the flash of a firefly in the night, the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset.

    With deepest respect ~ Aloha & Mahalo, Carol
    orthodoxymoron
    orthodoxymoron

    Posts : 10647
    Join date : 2010-09-28
    Location : The Matrix

    Man cured his terminal cancer with dog medicine Fenbendazole in 3 1/2 months Empty Re: Man cured his terminal cancer with dog medicine Fenbendazole in 3 1/2 months

    Post  orthodoxymoron on Tue Dec 03, 2019 4:03 pm

    Thank-you for this thread, Carol. Perhaps the Internet and the Information-War are leveling the Playing-Field between the Medical-Industrial Complex and Natural-Preventive Alternative-Healthcare. The Almighty-Dollar seems to Rule the World. So many preventions and cures have been buried (along with their inventors and promoters). Treating Cancer with Drugs and Surgery is SO Much More Profitable Than Preventing and Curing Cancer with Natural and Non-Invasive Means!! Follow the Money!!


    Last edited by orthodoxymoron on Tue Dec 03, 2019 7:39 pm; edited 2 times in total
    Carol
    Carol
    Admin
    Admin

    Posts : 24819
    Join date : 2010-04-07
    Location : Hawaii

    Man cured his terminal cancer with dog medicine Fenbendazole in 3 1/2 months Empty Re: Man cured his terminal cancer with dog medicine Fenbendazole in 3 1/2 months

    Post  Carol on Tue Dec 03, 2019 5:59 pm

    You're welcome Oxy.

    Agree. The cure has been around for years. I'm so sorry I didn't know about this when my mother had cancer and regrettably died from it. I was going to order this to have on hand in our emergency supplies. Always nice to have a supply of health life-saving products.


    Last edited by Carol on Fri Dec 06, 2019 9:16 am; edited 1 time in total


    _________________
    What is life?
    It is the flash of a firefly in the night, the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset.

    With deepest respect ~ Aloha & Mahalo, Carol
    Swanny
    Swanny

    Posts : 927
    Join date : 2010-04-13
    Location : The Shire of Wilts

    Man cured his terminal cancer with dog medicine Fenbendazole in 3 1/2 months Empty Re: Man cured his terminal cancer with dog medicine Fenbendazole in 3 1/2 months

    Post  Swanny on Wed Dec 04, 2019 2:46 am

    I always say that if I knew back in 97 what I know about treating cancer now my Mum would still be here
    Carol
    Carol
    Admin
    Admin

    Posts : 24819
    Join date : 2010-04-07
    Location : Hawaii

    Man cured his terminal cancer with dog medicine Fenbendazole in 3 1/2 months Empty Re: Man cured his terminal cancer with dog medicine Fenbendazole in 3 1/2 months

    Post  Carol on Fri Dec 06, 2019 9:14 am

    Man cured his terminal cancer with dog medicine Fenbendazole in 3 1/2 months Pancreatic-cancer-cells

    Plants Cure Cancer, Not Chemicals: Research Uncovers


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YLHQtieJqFo&feature=emb_err_watch_on_yt

    Many people are unaware that a Copernican revolution has already taken place in cancer theory. Today, the weight of evidence indicates that plants and not chemicals are the solution for reversing the global cancer epidemic.

    Our understanding of what causes cancer has undergone something akin to a Copernican revolution in the past decade. Biological fatalism has been the predominant force in medicine over the past half-century, where most conditions including cancer were believed predestined ‘in the genes,’ and therefore impossible to reverse.

    Instead of looking for root cause resolution of disease (RCRD), we resigned ourselves to ‘finding it early’ and in the case of cancer, when doing so (even when it was benign), we waged war against it, quite literally using weapons-grade materials (mustard gas- and nuclear materials-derived agents).


    Man cured his terminal cancer with dog medicine Fenbendazole in 3 1/2 months Evasion


    Now, however, in this post-Genomic era, factors above (epi-) the control of the genes – epigenetic factors – are taking center stage; these include environmental exposures, stress, nutritional factors, and various lifestyle-based variables that are within the ambit of our control and volition, and which are often reversible.

    So now cancer is now being understood as epigenetic dysfunction, a direct and even adaptive response to the post-industrial, carcinogen-saturated environment, in addition to a diet of faux, mostly chemically-produced ‘food,’ combining to produce an environment – ‘inner terrain– within the body ideal for cancer promotion.

    In this lecture for the Emory course "Botanical Medicine and Health", Dr. Cassandra Quave discusses some medicinal plants that have played important roles in cancer prevention and therapy.

    In a study published in the journal Food and Chemical Toxicology titled, “The use of plant-derived bioactive compounds to target cancer stem cells and modulate the tumor microenvironment,” the authors note the powerful implications of this epigenetic view of cancer:

    “A fundamental aspect to be taken into account is that epigenetic changes can possibly be reversed by modifying epigenetic factors, such as diet and lifestyle. Nowadays, identification of these factors is crucial to develop epigenetically-based preventions and more effective anti-cancer intervention strategies.”

    Moreover, they note that natural interventions are once again (after countless millennia of worldwide use), at the cutting edge of medical intervention:

    “Virtually, all dietary compounds have the ability to act at the epigenetic level in cancer cells thus influencing the epigenome in a positive or negative way. Particularly, plant derived compounds, such as polyphenols, have the capacity to reverse adverse epigenetic mutations in cancer cells, to inhibit tumorigenesis progression, to prevent the metastatic process or to sensitize cancer cells to chemo and radiotherapy (Vanden Berghe, 2012).”



    ALERT - Try This New Tech and You'll Never Run Out of Clean Drinking Water Again! (VIDEO)
    The study highlighted the following points, the implications for the future of cancer treatment are truly revolutionary:

    Man cured his terminal cancer with dog medicine Fenbendazole in 3 1/2 months 20190530-NUS-anticancer-compounds-from-plants-38n1s8o6o3jn54n0c38um8

    Cancer stem cells (CSCs) are chemo-radiotherapy resistant, causing tumor relapse.
    CSCs are known to reside within specific hypoxic and acidic tumor niches.
    Phytocompounds affect CSC self-renewal, metabolism and microenvironment.
    Phytocompounds might be exploited for cancer prevention and treatment.

    As we have covered extensively in previous posts, the discovery of a subpopulation within tumors of cells known as cancer stem cells, reveals that our half-century old war on cancer, officially inaugurated in 1971 with Nixon’s signing of the National Cancer Act, was extremely misguided.

    The notion that cancer is simply a byproduct of cells within the body going rogue due to DNA damage and replicating clonally through fundamentally chaotic – stochastic – processes, has been called into question by the discovery that tumors are actually sophisticated, hierarchically organized communities that express highly intelligent, survival-based behaviors, albeit evolutionary ancient in origin.

    The establishment views cancer as something ‘you have or don’t have,’ and the equivalent of being infected by ‘terrorist-like’ cancer cells that must be treated as an enemy and obliterated by any means necessary. This treatment ensues regardless of the collateral damage to the patient.

    The emerging and far more nuanced cancer stem-cell based perspective precipitated primarily by epigenetic factors – e.g. chemical exposure, dietary incompatibilities, metabolic acidosis and low oxygen (hypoxia) – offers a far more promising and empowering view of prevention and treatment.

    Man cured his terminal cancer with dog medicine Fenbendazole in 3 1/2 months Featured

    If cancer is not something that fatalistically ‘happens to the body,’ due to ‘bad’ inherited genes passed down from distant ancestors, but is something the body does adaptively to survive anthropogenic exposures that diverge from millions, if not billions of years, of bodily prehistory, suddenly the solution to overcoming the burgeoning, global cancer epidemic is in regaining and/or reproducing the ideal bodily and psychospiritual conditions within the body that is no longer conducive to carcinogenesis.

    As proposed in the book, Cancer Killers, we don’t get sick because we have cancer; we get cancer because we are already sick.

    For additional research on the true nature of, and solution for, cancer, focusing on the revolutionary implications of the cancer stem cell theory, please review the following articles and videos:

    I anticipate a time in the not too distant future when the conventional medical establishment freely acknowledges that cancer is a natural response to decades of cumulative exposures to unnatural, evolutionarily unprecedented chemical, electromagnetic, psychospiritual exposures, and conditions.

    Try THIS Smart Meter Shield and Cut Radiation by 98%! It's Why the Illuminati Are Freaking Out! (VIDEO)
    Instead of vilifying and violently suppressing the symptom of this perfect storm of toxicity — cancer — enlightened practitioners will learn to address, remove and redress the root causes, focusing on reproducing the conditions that support our genetic and epigenetic blueprint of health and wellness.

    Take The Cancer Quiz here to find out your risk here: https://cancerquiz.org
    _______

    One healing cancer protocol is to drink hot lemon (juice from 1/2 lemon) water every morning.

    With regard to the lemon rinds cut them off and put them on a plate to dry until there is enough rinds to fill a mason jar.
    Pour in white vinegar in the jar. Cover it with a plastic lid. Let it sit for as long as you like.

    After 2 weeks it  becomes this lovely lemon scent- no hint of vinegar smell!

    Strain out the rinds, compost the rinds, add some liquid Castile soap, lemon essential oil and purified water and now one has a lemon fresh all purpose spray that has cost pennies to make and is natural. No cancer causing ingredients  to inhale while cleaning.
    Purchase a brown glass spray 16 oz & 32 oz bottles on Amazon and use them for sprays, avoid using plastic.
    One can also use lime, grapefruit & orange rinds. Can even put all different rinds in the same container and then you have a nice citrus spray.


    _________________
    What is life?
    It is the flash of a firefly in the night, the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset.

    With deepest respect ~ Aloha & Mahalo, Carol

      Current date/time is Sat Feb 22, 2020 2:14 pm