Attachment B

New Miracle by Jesus Christ:
Miracle for the Cure and Prevention of Many Diseases, Infections, Illnesses and other Conditions

 

By Gee Ryan (Gerald)

 

10 July 2017

 

ATTACHMENT B

Papers #2, #3, #4, #5 and #15

Set out in this Attachment B are Papers #2, #3, #4, #5 and #15 on my website geeryanhealth.com.

 

GEE RYAN HEALTH:

 

NEW APPROACH TO CURING AND PREVENTING MANY HEALTH PROBLEMS

 

By Gee Ryan (Gerald)

 

16 November 2014


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Gee Ryan Health:

New approach to curing and preventing many health problems

 

By Gee Ryan (Gerald)


16 November 2014

                                                                 

List of Papers

#1. Brief outline of key ideas .................................................................................

#2. Foreign microorganisms ("pathogens") ....................................................82

#3. Our natural microorganisms ("microbiota") ..............................................94

#4. Our sweaty areas .....................................................................................102

#5. Antimicrobial resistant (AMR) microorganisms ........................................108

#6. Our hair ........................................................................................................

#7. Mental health problems ...................................................................................

#8. Boosting our brain power .................................................................................

#9. Cancers including breast cancer ........................................................................

#10. "Autoimmune" diseases .................................................................................

#11. Alcoholism ...................................................................................................

#12. Some miscellaneous additional matters ...........................................................

#13. Medical science and evolution ........................................................................

#14. Future direction of medical science .................................................................

#15. "Love one another" ..............................................................................112

Appendix: Background information about the author, Gee Ryan (Gerald) ....118

 

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Paper #2: Foreign microorganisms ("pathogens")

 

Love One Another Basin (top of basin, in yellows), Gee Ryan (Gerald), 2016. H 48 inches x W 36 inches (121.92cm x 91.44cm). Mixed media on canvas. 

 

Gee Ryan Health:

New approach to curing and preventing many health problems


By Gee Ryan (Gerald)

 

16 November 2014


Paper #2: Foreign microorganisms ("pathogens")

1. Problems caused by foreign microorganisms:


We can naturally cure and prevent many problems caused by foreign microorganisms that are harmful, by assisting our body to cause them to exit from the body.

A microorganism (also called "microbe") is a very small life-form or quasi life-form. Microorganisms include viruses, bacteria, protozoa, fungi, parasites, viroids, prions, archaea and others.

Medical science has identified many health problems caused by foreign microorganisms that are harmful. It calls them "pathogens" and we call them "germs" or "bugs".

These microorganisms are not natural for us. We are not meant to have them. They are foreign invaders that come into us from the outside. And they are almost always harmful.

Examples of the diseases and infections caused by them include: HIV/AIDS, malaria, influenza or flu (I think only certain strains of flu, as explained in Paper #3), pneumonia, tuberculosis, meningitis, polio, syphilis, gonorrhoea, typhoid, ebola, cholera, hepatitis, staph infections, strep infections, diphtheria, salmonella, sepsis, tetanus, chlamydia, rubella, herpes, chickenpox, shingles, measles, mumps, lyme disease, dengue fever, rabies, leprosy, smallpox, bubonic plague .. and the list goes on and on. You can google it.

I have NOT placed the Common Cold or cold on this list of problems caused by foreign microorganisms. As explained in Paper #3, I think a cold is caused by the excess numbers of our natural microorganisms (microbiota) when they have multiplied too greatly.

 

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2. Cure and prevention:

It is possible to naturally cure and prevent many of the problems caused by foreign microorganisms that are harmful, pathogens.

This can be done by assisting our body to cause them to exit from the body.

As a result of our evolution, our body has the ability to cause this exit .. assuming the foreign microorganisms are happy with the new environment into which they will be going.

And all we need do to facilitate the exit is to provide the correct environment .. that is, an environment into which the foreign microorganisms are happy to go .. thereby then enabling our body to push them out with sweat via the pores of the skin, and thereby curing and preventing the problems caused by them.

This can be achieved by bathing your body in a bath tub filled with warm, slightly salty (table salt) water; or by bathing your feet and hands in a basin filled with warm, slightly salty (table salt) water.

Repeating .. this can be achieved by bathing your body in a bath tub filled with warm, slightly salty (table salt) water; or by bathing your feet and hands in a basin filled with warm, slightly salty (table salt) water.

Surely, this is far too simple to be correct?

No, it is just an example of the Overlooked Obvious!

The Overlooked Obvious applies in our personal lives and in all fields of human endeavour, including science. Like the idea that the Earth goes around the Sun .. an idea that is obvious, but an idea that had been overlooked until it was pointed out!

Microorganisms are attracted to the combination of warm water and dissolved table salt .. that is, sodium chloride .. in the bath or basin.

Table salt is refined salt containing approximately 97% to 99% sodium chloride.

This solution .. that is, warm water and dissolved sodium chloride (table salt) ..  is basically the same as the solution we have in our body. This is why our sweat, tears and saliva all taste slightly salty.

It is also basically the same as the solution which is used in hospital drips .. that is, a saline solution made from sterilised water and sodium chloride, table salt.

Microorganisms are attracted to this solution of warm water and dissolved table salt because it is very similar to the environment they enjoy inside the body.

Because of this attraction, the body is able to easily push out those microorganisms that it judges to be harmful, be they: (a) The foreign microorganisms (pathogens) as explained in this Paper #2, or (b) The excess numbers of our natural microorganisms (microbiota) when they have multiplied too greatly as explained in Paper #3.

The body pushes them out, with sweat, via the pores of the skin, into the water .. and they are happy to exit!

If all of the harmful microorganisms are pushed out, the problem caused by them is thereby cured and, if the procedure is carried out in advance, the problem is thereby prevented from arising in the first place.

If many (but not all) of the harmful microorganisms are pushed out, the body is then able to deal successfully with the significantly reduced numbers of the remaining ones, thereby curing the problem and, if the procedure is carried out in advance, the body is likewise then able to deal successfully with the significantly reduced numbers of the remaining ones, thereby preventing the problem from arising in the first place.

The bath and basin procedures apply principles which are similar to those involved when we run a fever .. that is, when the body defends itself by increasing its temperature in order to push out harmful microorganisms, accompanied by sweat from the fever, via the pores of the skin.

The procedures also apply principles which are similar to those involved when we gargle with warm, salty water in order to cure a sore throat. This gargling draws harmful microorganisms from the back of the throat and they are then spat out.

 

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3. Bath procedure:

The bath procedure draws harmful microorganisms out with sweat: (a) From all parts of the skin (including the key skin exit areas for microorganisms .. that is, the feet, hands, armpits, groin areas and forehead), and (b) From all of the body's openings that are covered by the water.

The bath procedure is therefore extremely effective.

At the start of the bath procedure, you should submerge your head in the water and, while doing this, thoroughly rinse out your mouth and swish the water between your teeth. This will draw the harmful microorganisms from the nostrils, sinuses and ears and from the mouth, gums and teeth.

If the back of the throat is sore then, at the start of the bath procedure, you should gargle with the warm, slightly salty (table salt) water, in order to draw the harmful microorganisms from the back of the throat.

And, if the lungs and airways are congested then, at the start of bath procedure, you should kneel down and put your face as close as possible to the water. Then, for a few minutes, deeply breathe in the steam, and cough. This takes the vapours from the warm, slightly salty (table salt) water to the lungs and airways, drawing the harmful microorganisms from there. And they are either spat out or swallowed with the phlegm.


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4. Basin procedure:

In the case of the basin procedure*, harmful microorganisms are drawn with sweat from the feet and hands, because they are covered by the water.

*Note: To carry out the basin procedure, you can either: (a) Use a single basin to bathe your feet and then your hands (or in the reverse order), or (b) Use two basins at the same time, one to bathe your feet and the other to bathe your hands.

The feet and hands are the MOST important key skin exit areas for microorganisms that the body judges to be harmful, be they: (a) The foreign microorganisms (pathogens) as explained in this Paper #2, or (b) The excess numbers of our natural microorganisms (microbiota) when they have multiplied too greatly as explained in Paper #3.

This is because our predecessor species walked on all fours on wet grass, other wet vegetation, damp soil, mud, slops of various kinds, and similar; and in swamps, streams, and the shallows of the sea ..  all of which were rich in nutrients that attracted their microorganisms. And this attraction, combined with gravity, enabled their body to easily push out harmful microorganisms via their four feet .. today's two feet and two hands.

Our body today retains this same system for pushing out harmful microorganisms .. and the basin procedure makes use of it.

As stated, in addition to the feet and hands, the other key skin exit areas for harmful microorganisms are the armpits, groin areas and forehead.

So, as part of the basin procedure, you should dip a cloth into the warm, slightly salty (table salt) water and rub the water under your armpits, onto your groin areas, and onto your forehead. This will draw the harmful microorganisms from these places.

At the start of the basin procedure, you should submerge your face in the water and, while doing this, thoroughly rinse out your mouth and swish the water between your teeth. This will draw the harmful microorganisms from the nostrils, sinuses and ears and from the mouth, gums and teeth.

If the back of the throat is sore then, at the start of the basin procedure, you should gargle with the warm, slightly salty (table salt) water. This will draw the harmful microorganisms from the back of the throat.

And, if the lungs and airways are congested then, at the start of the basin procedure, you should deeply breathe in the steam from the warm, slightly salty (table salt) water and cough. This will draw the harmful microorganisms from the lungs and airways.


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5. Additional information:

To provide additional information about the bath and basin procedures, some questions and answers:

Q 1: Which is better, the bath procedure or the basin procedure?

A 1: Both procedures work. But the bath procedure is more comprehensive and is therefore more effective, more quickly.

So, if you have an existing problem that you wish to cure, I recommend the bath procedure.

On the other hand, if you are wanting to prevent a possible future problem from arising, then I recommend the basin procedure because it is a lot more gentle on the body than the bath procedure is.


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Q 2: 
How often should the procedure be carried out?

A 2: If you are wanting to cure an existing problem, then carry out the procedure* as often as possible .. ideally, at least once a day if you are using the bath procedure and at least twice a day if you are using the basin procedure .. until all the symptoms have fully disappeared.

*Note: As stated, for curing an existing problem the bath procedure is more effective, more quickly, than the basin procedure is .. but both procedures work.

If the problem is a minor one, the cure .. that is, when all the symptoms have fully disappeared .. may take a week or so.

If the problem is a major one, it may take several weeks until all the symptoms have fully disappeared; but you are likely to begin noticing an improvement within the first few days.

If you are wanting to prevent a potential future problem from arising, then carry out the procedure on a regular basis. If you are using the bath procedure, then I recommend carrying it out every two or three weeks (and, for the reasons explained in Paper #3, every few days with a change of seasons or weather); or, if you are using the basin procedure, then I recommend carrying it out every week (and, for the reasons explained in Paper #3, every day with a change of seasons or weather).

If you are worried there is a risk that you might have been infected by a foreign microorganism* although there are not yet any symptoms, then immediately carry out the bath procedure (as stated, in this case I recommend the bath procedure rather than the basin procedure) as often as possible .. at least one a day .. for at least a week.

*Note: If the foreign microorganism is a sexually transmitted infection (STI), I deal with this in more detail in Question 13 below.

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Q 3: 
How salty should the water be?

A 3: The water should be salty enough to slightly taste it .. that is, by sipping it, you need to be able to slightly taste the table salt, and you know you would not wish to drink the water.

The water should taste a lot less salty than sea water.

For a normal sized bath tub filled to a normal level, it requires about two to three cups of table salt .. that is, about 750 grams (750 grams is approximately 1.65 pounds) .. to achieve a slightly salty taste.

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Q 4: 
Do other types of salt work?

A 4: I know that table salt definitely works.

As stated, table salt is refined salt containing approximately 97% to 99% sodium chloride which, when dissolved in water, makes a solution that is basically the same as the solution we have in our body.

And as explained, this is why table salt works to enable the body to push out, with sweat, via the pores of the skin, the harmful microorganisms .. because they are happy to exit!

I do not think other types of salt work. So, ONLY use the product called table salt.

Do NOT use other products called bath salts, muscle soothing/soaking bath salts, herbal salts, crystal salts, mineral salts, epsom salt, cooking salt, sea salt, rock salt, iodised salt, or any other type of salt.

Only use the product called table salt.

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Q 5: 
Can soap or other antimicrobial personal hygiene products be used; and can anything else be added to the water?

A 5: Absolutely not! This is VERY important.

Microorganisms hate soap and other antimicrobial personal hygiene products; they kill microorganisms.

And so, the harmful microorganisms will not exit the body if soap or some other antimicrobial personal hygiene product is used.

Nor can any other products, such as bath perfumes or bath oils, be added to the water.

It is essential that the ONLY product in the water is table salt. If anything else is added, the microorganisms will not exit.

The reason for this is that we do not have soap, other antimicrobial personal hygiene products, bath perfumes, or bath oils in our body.

And it is essential that the environment created outside the body .. that is, a solution of warm water and dissolved sodium chloride (table salt) .. is as similar as possible to the environment the microorganisms enjoy inside the body.

This makes it easy for the body to push out the harmful microorganisms with sweat, via the pores of the skin, into this familiar and friendly external environment .. because, as stated, they are happy to exit into this environment.

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Q 6: 
How warm should the water be?


A 6: 
The temperature of the water should be just a normal bath temperature .. which is warm, or very warm, or even slightly hot.

This enables the body to sweat, especially on those parts of it that are covered by the water. And the body pushes out the harmful microorganisms with the sweat, via the pores of the skin, into the water.

If cold water is used, there is no sweat .. and so the body is unable push them out.

In addition, if cold water is used, the microorganisms do not wish to exit. They only wish to exit if the water is at least at room temperature .. that is, not cold .. and preferably, is hotter than room temperature; because they have enjoyed a warm temperature inside the body.

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Q 7: 
How long to stay in the bath?

A 7: Stay in the bath until you feel like hopping out.

This is usually about 20 to 30 minutes*. But, if you are feeling very unwell, it might be only 5 to 10 minutes initially. Your body will let you know .. so, follow what your body tells you.

*Note: If you are carrying out the basin procedure rather than the bath procedure, then I also recommend about 20 to 30 minutes. You will need to ensure that, during this period, the water remains warm .. by topping it up with hot water to which some table salt has been added.

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Q 8: Before carrying out the bath or basin procedure, is it advisable to first have a shower without using soap or other antimicrobial personal hygiene product?


A 8: 
Yes, this is very advisable.


If you first have a shower without using soap or other antimicrobial personal hygiene product, then you will unblock the pores of your skin by removing any traces of these products previously left behind .. and by removing any antiperspirants, deodorants, cosmetics, perfumes or similar products .. that would otherwise block or partially block the exit of harmful microorganisms.


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Q 9: 
Is all tap water OK to use?

A 9: All tap water has been treated to kill microorganisms in the water supply system.

If the tap water has been treated too heavily, this will prevent the harmful microorganisms from wanting to exit your body, in which case the body will not be able to push them out.

I know the tap water in Melbourne, Australia (my home city) works fine .. that is, it has not been too heavily treated. And I think this will also be the case for most other cities and towns around the globe.

But, if you suspect (based on taste and smell) that your tap water has been so heavily treated that it prevents the harmful microorganisms from wanting to exit your body, then I recommend you buy pure water and use it to dilute the tap water.

Pure water can be purchased in large containers from supermarkets and some hardware stores.


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Q 10: 
Can you see the microorganisms that have exited from the body?

A 10: Microorganisms are very small, and so you cannot see the individual ones with the naked eye. But, because so many exit the body, you can see them lumped together.

You will notice that, after the bath procedure*, the water is cloudy and discoloured and contains many particles. The cloudiness, discolouration and particles are mainly the harmful microorganisms (in very great numbers) that have exited from your body and are lumped together. Ditto re the film of debris left behind on the bottom of the bath tub after you have pulled the plug and drained it.

* Note: The same test can be carried out if you use the basin procedure rather than the bath procedure .. although the cloudiness, discolouration and particles are not as obvious as they are with the bath procedure.

A good way to check the before-water and the after-water can be achieved with the use of two identical, clear, large glasses.

Fill the first glass with the bath water AFTER the table salt has been added and dissolved but BEFORE you have stepped into the tub. And fill the second glass with the bath water AFTER you have finished your bath and stepped out of the tub.

Then hold the two glasses up to the sunlight or a bright electric light.

You will see that the water in the first glass is clear or basically clear, whereas the water in the second glass is cloudy and discoloured and contains many particles .. being mainly the harmful microorganisms that have exited your body and are lumped together.

If, as advised above, you have had a shower (without using soap or other antimicrobial personal hygiene product) before hopping into the tub, your skin will be clean .. enabling you to conclude that, whatever has caused the water to become cloudy, discoloured and full of particles, has come from inside your body; being mainly the harmful microorganisms that have exited.


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Q 11:
 Can the bath or basin procedure be carried out in conjunction with the use of antibiotics or other antimicrobial medications?

A 11: Provided the harmful microorganisms are not confined to an internal organ or the bones*, the bath or basin procedure can be carried out by itself .. that is, without the need to use antibiotics or other antimicrobial medications .. unless this is judged by your Doctor to be necessary.

*See the below Note.

The procedure can also be carried out in conjunction with the use of these types of medication.

The widespread use of antimicrobial medications (especially antibiotics) since the 1940s has resulted in many microorganisms (in particular, bacteria) evolving to become resistant to them, called antimicrobial resistance or AMR. I deal with this issue in Paper #5.

Therefore, I recommend carrying out the procedure by itself .. that is, not in conjunction with the use of antibiotics or other antimicrobial medications .. unless this is judged by your Doctor to be necessary.

*Note: In order for the body to be able to push out harmful microorganisms with sweat via the pores of the skin into the warm slightly salty (table salt) water, the microorganisms need to be located in or travel to: (a) The blood stream, or (b) The skin tissues (or tissues that join the skin tissues), including the skin tissues that line the body's openings. If the harmful microorganisms are not located in, or do not travel to, these places but instead are confined to an internal organ or the bones, then they are unable to exit the body with sweat via the pores of the skin into the warm slightly salty (table salt) water. In this case, it should be possible for medical science to insert a plastic tube into the body, in order to take a sterilised warm saline (sodium chloride) solution to these internally located microorganisms, thereby then enabling them to exit the body via the solution in the tube, and thereby curing the problem if all of them exit; or, if many (but not all) of them exit, thereby then enabling the body to deal successfully with the significantly reduced numbers of the remaining ones, and thereby curing the problem.


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Q 12: 
Can a similar procedure be carried out on particular parts of the body?

A 12: Yes. For example, if you sustain a cut or wound, then you should boil some water to sterilise it, let it cool until it is warm, add some table salt to make it slightly salty, put the solution into a glass, cup or other container .. and then place this over the area of skin around the cut or wound.

If the procedure is carried out at least twice a day for at least a week after sustaining the cut or wound, this will draw the harmful microorganisms into the solution, thereby enabling the skin to heal without infection.


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Q 13: 
What should be done to deal with the possibility of having contracted a sexually transmitted infection (STI)?

A 13: If you are worried there is a risk of having contracted an STI then, IMMEDIATELY after the sexual activity, carry out the bath procedure* and continue the procedure as often as possible .. at least twice a day for the first two days and then at least once a day after that .. for at least a week.

*See the below Note.

As stated, the bath procedure is more comprehensive than the basin procedure is .. and it is therefore more effective, more quickly, for curing an existing problem, including a recently contracted STI one whether or not any symptoms have yet developed.

In the case of the bath procedure, the water covers the body's openings that were involved sexually and through which any STI microorganisms may have entered the body; thereby drawing the microorganisms from the openings.

If the sexual activity involved oral sex, the water should also be used to thoroughly wash out the mouth and back of the throat and swish between the teeth; thereby drawing any STI microorganisms from there.

*Note: If, immediately after the sexual activity, a bath tub is not available or it is impractical to carry out the bath procedure, you should make-up a glass, cup or other container of warm, slightly salty (table salt) water and place it over the body's openings that were involved sexually; thereby drawing any STI microorganisms from there. And again, if the sexual activity involved oral sex, you should make-up a second glass, cup or other container and thoroughly wash out the mouth and back of the throat and swish between the teeth; thereby drawing any STI microorganisms from there. You should then carry out the bath procedure (not the basin procedure) as often as possible .. at least twice a day for the first two days and at least once a day after that .. for at least a week.


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Q 14: 
Can the procedure be used to cure and prevent problems in the urinary system?

A 14: Yes. For example if, during the night, you are frequently waking-up in order to urinate, then I recommend carrying out the bath procedure as often as possible .. ideally, at least once a day .. for a least a week.

For urinary system problems, I recommend the bath procedure because the warm, slightly salty (table salt) water covers the urogenital external areas. But, if you do not have access to a bath tub, a similar result should be achievable by making-up a solution of warm, slightly salty (table salt) water in a cup, glass or other container .. and, if you are a male, placing your penis in it; or, if you are a female, placing it over your vulva area.


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Q 15: 
Can the procedure be used to cure and prevent problems in the sexual and reproductive systems?

A 15: Yes. By carrying out the bath procedure, males will be able to cure and prevent a wide range of problems that can be caused in the male sexual and reproductive system (including the prostate) by harmful microorganisms, be they: (a) The foreign microorganisms (pathogens) as explained in this Paper #2, or (b) The excess numbers of our natural microorganisms (microbiota) when they have multiplied too greatly as explained in Paper #3.

By carrying out the bath procedure, it is likely (but I do not know for sure) that females will also be able to cure and prevent a wide range of problems that can be caused in the female sexual and reproductive system by harmful microorganisms, be they: (a) The foreign microorganisms (pathogens), or (b) The excess numbers of our natural microorganisms (microbiota) when they have multiplied too greatly.

Again, I recommend the bath procedure for curing and preventing problems in both the male and female sexual and reproductive systems. But, if you do not have access to a bath tub, a similar result should be achievable by making-up a solution of warm, slightly salty (table salt) water in a cup, glass or other container .. and, if you are a male, placing your penis in it; or, if you are a female, placing it over your vulva area.


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Q 16: 
Why does bathing in sea water not work to draw harmful microorganisms from the body?


A 16: Bathing in sea water does not work for two reasons: (1) Because it is far too cold for the harmful microorganisms to want to exit the body, and (2) Because it is far too cold for the body to be able to create the sweat that is needed to push them out via the pores of the skin. So, the harmful microorganisms remain in the body.


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Q 17: 
Why does having a normal bath, or having a shower, not work to draw harmful microorganisms from the body?


A 17: Having a normal bath, or having a shower, does not work for two reasons: (1) Because soap or some other antimicrobial personal hygiene product is used. As stated, soap and other antimicrobial personal hygiene products kill microorganisms .. microorganisms hate them .. and so they will not exit if there is any soap or other antimicrobial personal hygiene product in the water, and (2) Because table salt is not used .. microorganisms will only exit if there is table salt in the water.


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Q 18: 
Does exercise that produces sweat cause harmful microorganisms to exit the body? Likewise, does having a sauna that produces sweat cause harmful microorganisms to exit the body?

A 18: All sweating enables the body to push out some harmful microorganisms with the sweat.

But the body is able to push out a great many more of them when you carry out the bath or basin procedure to induce the sweating because the microorganisms are attracted to the sodium chloride (table salt) in the water.


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Q 19: 
In addition to the bath procedure drawing out harmful microorganisms from the body, are there any other health benefits from carrying out the procedure?

A 19: Yes. Whenever the body sweats, it pushes out toxins with the sweat via the pores of the skin.

Because the bath procedure causes the whole of the body to sweat, especially on those parts of it that are covered by the water, the procedure has the additional benefit of enabling the body to rid itself of a great many toxins.

The basin procedure has a similar (but reduced) effect of enabling the body to push out toxins, with sweat, via the pores of the skin on the feet and hands.

In addition to the bath procedure drawing harmful microorganisms and toxins from the body, it extremely relaxing .. and so, it can be very helpful for muscular problems and for your psychological wellbeing.


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Q 20: 
What about the risk of possible adverse side-effects?

A 20: Because the bath procedure causes significant sweating, especially on the parts of the body that are covered by the water, you will lose fluids, chemical elements, vitamins and other nutrients with the sweat.

After carrying out the bath procedure, you should therefore drink plenty of water. I also recommend drinking plenty of mineral water that has come from a natural source*. And, for the reasons explained in Paper #6, I also recommend soaking your head hair, underarm hair and pubic hair with mineral water that has come from a natural source.

*Note: Mineral water that has come from a natural source contains many of the chemical elements (including trace chemical elements) that make up a healthy human body.

If you carry out the bath or basin procedure over a prolonged period in order to cure a problem, or if you carry it out on a regular basis in order to prevent possible future problems from arising, then you should ask your Doctor for blood tests to check the levels of your chemical elements, vitamins and other nutrients.

And, as stated in Point 3 of Paper #1, before commencing with the bath or basin procedure, it is very important for you to first check with your Doctor that it will be safe for you to do.

In particular, the bath procedure places major stresses and demands on the body .. similar to those we experience when we run a fever .. so, it should not be taken lightly.


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6. Need for medical research:

Because the above ideas are novel, they have not yet been examined and tested by medical science.

It is my hope that the ideas will soon be examined and tested by medical research institutes, hospitals, university medical schools, pharmaceutical companies, healthcare companies and other organisations.


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7. Risk of possible adverse side-effects:

For all treatments recommended in this Paper #2, I repeat the warning in Point 3 of Paper #1:

"Almost all medical treatments carry with them the risk of possible adverse side-effects, either for all people or just for some people.

It is therefore VERY important that, before carrying out any of the treatments recommended in the papers, you first check with your Doctor that it will be safe for you to do.

This is especially important if you are very ill, if you are pregnant or might be pregnant, if you are elderly, or if you are taking any prescribed medication.

I am not a Doctor. And, as we all know, medical science is extremely complex. So, please make sure you first check with your Doctor before carrying out any of the recommended treatments.

And if, after commencing a treatment, you believe it might be causing an adverse side-effect, you should immediately stop the treatment and check with your Doctor."


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That concludes Paper #2.


Next is Paper #3, in which I explain how to naturally cure and prevent many problems caused by the excess numbers of our natural microorganisms ("microbiota") when they have multiplied too greatly.


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Love one another and care for our planet,


Gee

Gee Ryan (Gerald)

 

16 November 2014

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 Paper #3: Our natural microorganisms ("microbiota")

 

Love One Another Basin (in reds), Gee Ryan (Gerald), 2016. H 36 inches x W 48 inches (91.44cm x 121.92cm). Mixed media on canvas.

 

Gee Ryan Health:
New approach to curing and preventing many health problems

 

By Gee Ryan (Gerald)

 

16 November 2014

 

Paper #3: Our natural microorganisms ("microbiota")

Note: It is important to have read Paper #2 before reading this paper.

1. Problems caused by our natural microorganisms:

We can naturally cure and prevent many problems for which medical science has not identified the cause, or has incorrectly identified the cause, and thus for which it has not found a cure or a means of prevention, but which problems are, in fact, caused by the excess numbers of our natural microorganisms ("microbiota") when they have multiplied too greatly.

We carry in and on all parts of our body MANY TRILLIONS of these microorganisms that are natural for us.

It is estimated that our natural microorganisms comprise about 1% to 3% of our total weight and that their cells outnumber the body’s cells by more than ten times. 

In our mouth alone: medical science estimates that there are more natural microorganisms in a healthy mouth than there are people on Earth (approximately 7.2 billion in 2014).

We are meant to have these natural microorganisms. They have been with us ever since we were being formed in our mother’s womb.

They are not foreign invaders that have come into us from the outside (pathogens).

They are essential for our wellbeing, and we could not live without them. They are servants of our body. They help to process the nutrients we have taken in and to keep our systems clean and in good working order. And they help to defeat foreign microorganisms that are harmful, pathogens.

Medical science calls our natural microorganisms "microbiota". And it regards them as being either beneficial or as having no adverse effects.

Although these natural microorganisms are essential for good health, if they multiply too greatly their excess numbers then do become harmful.

And, when this happens, their excess numbers cease to be servants and can be just as harmful as the microorganisms that are not natural for us .. the foreign ones, pathogens (see Paper #2).

In my view, it is the occurrence of excessive numbers of our natural microorganisms when they have multiplied too greatly that is the cause of many problems for which medical science has not identified the cause, or has incorrectly identified the cause, and thus for which it has not found a cure or a means of prevention.

I put many of the following problems into this category of being caused by an excess in the numbers of our natural microorganisms when they have multiplied too greatly: the Common Cold or cold, certain strains of influenza or flu, many types of cancer, all of the diseases that have been classified as "autoimmune" ones (including, for example, multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis), migraine, sudden infant death syndrome, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, excessive sweating (called "hyperhidrosis"), humming or buzzing in the ears (called "tinnitus") .. as well as a very long list of other problems in respect of which medical science has not identified the cause, or has incorrectly identified the cause, and thus for which it has not found a cure or a means of prevention.


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2. Cure and prevention:

The warm, slightly salty (table salt) bath or basin procedure explained in Paper #2 in the context of curing and preventing many of the problems caused by foreign microorganisms that are harmful (pathogens) also works to cure and prevent many of the problems caused by the excess numbers of our natural microorganisms when they have multiplied too greatly.

The body recognises when their numbers have become excessive .. that is, it recognises when their numbers have ceased to be beneficial and have become harmful.

And, if the bath or basin procedure is carried out, the body is able to easily push out the excess numbers, with sweat, via the pores of the skin, into the warm, slightly salty (table salt) water.

The body pushes them out .. and they are happy to exit.

If all of the excess natural microorganisms are pushed out, the problem caused by them is thereby cured and, if the procedure is carried out in advance, the problem is thereby prevented from arising in the first place.

If many (but not all) of the excess natural microorganisms are pushed out, the body is then able to deal successfully with the significantly reduced numbers of the remaining ones, thereby curing the problem and, if the procedure is carried out in advance, the body is likewise then able to deal successfully with the significantly reduced numbers of the remaining ones, thereby preventing the problem from arising in the first place.

The matters explained in Points 2, 3, 4 and 5 of Paper #2 in relation to the cure and prevention of problems caused by foreign microorganisms that are harmful (pathogens) apply equally to the cure and prevention of problems caused by our natural microorganisms (microbiota) when they have multiplied too greatly and their excess numbers become harmful.


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3. Five problems on the above list:

Prior to working out the bath and basin procedures 15 years ago .. that is, in the latter part of 1999 .. I had personally experienced for many years the following five problems on the list in Point 1 above: (1) The Common Cold or cold, (2) Influenza or flu, (3) Chronic fatigue syndrome, (4) Excessive sweating ("hyperhidrosis"), and (5) A humming or buzzing noise in my ears ("tinnitus").

By carrying out the bath procedure (not the basin procedure) in the latter part of 1999, I cured ALL five problems at that time.

It took about three weeks, carrying out the bath procedure every couple of days, to achieve the full cure of all five .. but I began noticing the improvements within just a few days after having commenced the procedure.

And, by carrying out the bath and basin procedures on a fairly regular basis since then, the results during the whole of this period of 15 years (1999 to now 2014) have also been stunning:

Colds: I have hardly had a cold in this period of 15 years .. perhaps only five or six of them in total, each time after having become cold or wet. They were very light colds and I was able cure them very quickly. Whereas, prior to working out the bath and basin procedures, I experienced every year approximately three or four heavy colds and five or six light colds.

Flu: Nor have I had the flu, not a single one, in this period of 15 years. Whereas, prior to working out the bath and basin procedures, I experienced the flu approximately every 12 to 18 months.

Chronic fatigue syndrome: Nor have I had any chronic fatigue in this period of 15 years. Whereas, prior to working out the bath and basin procedures, I experienced severe chronic fatigue syndrome for many years. This was very debilitating and greatly affected my life.

Excessive sweating ("hyperhidrosis"): Nor have I had any excessive sweating in this period of 15 years. Since working out the bath and basin procedures, I actually sweat less than most other people do. Whereas, prior to working out the procedures, I sweated unbelievably incredibly profusely, especially on my face, for many years. The temperature had only to be just slightly warm in order to turn me into a gushing fountain! This was extremely embarrassing and greatly affected my life.

Humming or buzzing noise in my ears ("tinnitus"): Nor have I had any humming or buzzing noise in my ears during this period of 15 years. I make sure that, when carrying out the bath procedure, I lie back in the tub so that the warm, slightly salty (table salt) water goes into my ears. Whereas, prior to working out the bath procedure, I had a slight humming or buzzing noise in my ears for many years.


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The symptoms of these five problems that I experienced were VERY different.

But they ALL shared exactly the SAME underlying root cause, an excess in the numbers of my natural microorganisms because they had multiplied too greatly.

And so, by carrying out the bath procedure, I was able fix ALL of them 15 years ago (1999).

And since then, by carrying out the bath and basin procedures on a fairly regular basis, I have succeeded in preventing the return of any of them.


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An explanation of the VERY different symptoms for the five problems even though they ALL shared exactly the SAME underlying root cause, an excess in the numbers of my natural microorganisms because they had multiplied too greatly:


(1) Common Cold or cold symptoms: 
If we become cold or wet .. for example, if we stand out in the rain and then stay in our wet clothes .. we are likely to develop a cold.

Ditto if we fall asleep with a draught on us, or if we fall asleep without enough blankets to keep us warm throughout the night, or if the seasons change, or if there is a change of weather, or if we travel to a location that has a climate which is different from the one we left.

In each of these cases, the surrounding environment for our natural microorganisms has changed. The new environment is colder, or warmer, or wetter, or dryer, than the previous one was.

There are then two effects of this change in the surrounding environment for our natural microorganisms: (a) The multiplication of the ones that are suited to the new environment, and (b) The deaths of the ones that were suited to the previous environment but are not suited to the new environment.

To deal with these two effects, our body pushes out or kills the excess numbers of the new natural microorganisms that have multiplied too greatly (to ensure their numbers remain beneficial and do not become harmful), and our body pushes out the dead previous natural microorganisms.

Thus the symptoms of a cold, as the body pushes out some and kills others; and as it pushes out the dead ones.

If the bath or basin procedure is carried out on a fairly regular basis, or if it is carried out whenever the surrounding environment for your natural microorganisms has changed (for example, with a change of seasons or weather), then you will prevent colds from arising in the first place.

And, if the procedure is carried out as soon as the first signs of a cold begin to appear, you will cure it very quickly and it will not develop into a full cold.

In my own case, by carrying out the bath and basin procedures since 1999, I have drawn the excess numbers of natural microorganisms from my body .. and, as a consequence, I have hardly experienced a cold in this period of 15 years (1999 to now 2014)!


(2) Flu symptoms: 
What I have just said about the cause of colds also applies to the cause of certain strains of flu.

I think most of us carry in our body, all the time, certain strains of flu virus as natural microorganisms.

And we experience no problems from them until their surrounding environment changes, causing them to multiply greatly, causing our body to deal with their excess numbers, thereby causing the flu symptoms which we experience.

Again, by carrying out the bath or basin procedure, we can prevent the flu from these natural strains arising in the first place .. or, if we tackle the problem when the first symptoms arise, we can cure it very quickly.

In my own case, by carrying out the bath and basin procedures since 1999, I have drawn the excess numbers of natural microorganisms (including the natural strains of flu virus) from my body .. and, as a consequence, I have not experienced a single flu in this period of 15 years (1999 to now 2014). Thus zero flu from these natural strains .. and zero need for any flu injections!

Please note that other strains of flu virus can come into us from the outside; they are foreign to us (pathogens) and are therefore dealt with in Paper #2. Again, as a consequence of carrying out the bath and basin procedures, I have not experienced any of these foreign strains of flu in this period of 15 years. Thus zero flu from these foreign strains .. and zero need for any flu injections!  


(3) Chronic fatigue syndrome symptoms:
 My body was simply overloaded with the excess numbers of my natural microorganisms because they had multiplied too greatly.

They were consuming the nutrients my body needed, causing me to feel fatigued.

And my body was working overtime trying to deal with their excess numbers, adding to the fatigue.

By carrying out the bath procedure in 1999, I drew the excess numbers of natural microorganisms from my body and thereby cured my chronic fatigue syndrome.

And, by carrying out the bath and basin procedures on a fairly regular basis since then, I have not experienced any chronic fatigue in this period of 15 years (1999 to now 2014). Thus zero chronic fatigue syndrome!


(4) Excessive sweating ("hyperhidrosis") symptoms: 
Again, my body was simply overloaded with the excess numbers of natural microorganisms because they had multiplied too greatly.

It was trying to push out the excess numbers, with sweat, via the pores of the skin, whenever it could.

And my body took the opportunity of a slightly warm-to-hot day .. or a slightly warm-to-hot room .. to create the sweat to do this*.

*See the below Note.

Thus my unbelievably incredibly profuse sweating, especially on my face, even when the temperature was only just slightly warm.

By carrying out the bath procedure in 1999, I drew the excess numbers of natural microorganisms from my body and thereby cured my excessive sweating.

And, by carrying out the bath and basin procedures on a fairly regular basis since then, I have not experienced any excessive sweating in this period of 15 years (1999 to now 2014). Thus zero excessive sweating!

*Note: On a humid day the air is full of moisture. This moisture attracts to it a lot more sodium chloride than is in the air on a dry-heat day .. because water (H2O) and sodium chloride (NaCl) attract each other, which is why your salt shaker (but not your pepper shaker) can become blocked on a humid day. Microorganisms are attracted to the combination of warm, moist air containing more sodium chloride than usual because this is similar to the environment they enjoy inside the body, as explained in Paper #2. And this makes it a lot easier for the body to push out harmful microorganisms .. both: (a) The foreign microorganisms (pathogens) as explained in Paper #2, and (b) The excess numbers of our natural microorganisms (microbiota) when they have multiplied too greatly as explained in this Paper #3 .. on a humid day than on a dry-heat day. It is for this reason (the body's pushing out of harmful microorganisms) that most of us sweat more on a humid day with a LOW temperature than we do on a dry-heat day with a HIGH temperature. In other words, this sweating is NOT to cool us down; rather it is part of the body’s mechanism to push out, with sweat, via the pores of the skin, harmful microorganisms .. that is, by taking advantage of the warm, moist air containing more sodium chloride than usual that occurs on a humid day.


(5) Humming or buzzing noise in my ears ("tinnitus") symptoms:
 The slight humming or buzzing in my ears was caused by the excess numbers of my natural microorganisms because they had multiplied too greatly.

My body was trying to push out the excess numbers from lots of different places, including from my ears .. thus the humming or buzzing noise.

By carrying out the bath procedure (making sure that the water went into my ears) in 1999, I drew the excess numbers of natural microorganisms from my body (including from my ears) and thereby cured the humming or buzzing.

And, by carrying out the bath procedure (making sure that the water goes into my ears) on a fairly regular basis since then, I have not experienced any humming or buzzing in this period of 15 years (1999 to now 2014). Thus zero humming or buzzing in my ears!


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4. Different symptoms but same underlying root cause:

Because these five problems on the list in Point 1 above had different symptoms, they were therefore regarded by Doctors as being different medical conditions.

But the different symptoms ALL shared exactly the SAME underlying root cause .. an excess in the numbers of my natural microorganisms when they had multiplied too greatly.

And thus they were ALL able to be cured in exactly the same way .. by carrying out the bath procedure every couple of days for about three weeks in the latter part of 1999.

And, over the last 15 years (1999 to now 2014), they have ALL been prevented from returning in exactly the same way .. by carrying out the bath and basin procedures on a fairly regular basis.

The same underlying root cause .. that is, an excess in the numbers of our natural microorganisms when they have multiplied too greatly .. applies to: (a) Many of the other problems listed in Point 1 above, and (b) Many other problems for which medical science has not identified the cause, or has incorrectly identified the cause, and thus for which it has not found a cure or a means of prevention.

I am therefore confident that many of these problems are also capable of being cured and prevented by carrying out the bath or basin procedure.


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5. Need for medical research:

Because the above ideas are novel, they have not yet been examined and tested by medical science.

It is my hope that the ideas will soon be examined and tested by medical research institutes, hospitals, university medical schools, pharmaceutical companies, healthcare companies and other organisations.


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6. Risk of possible adverse side-effects:

For all treatments recommended in this Paper #3, I repeat the warning in Point 3 of Paper #1:

"Almost all medical treatments carry with them the risk of possible adverse side-effects, either for all people or just for some people.

It is therefore VERY important that, before carrying out any of the treatments recommended in the papers, you first check with your Doctor that it will be safe for you to do.

This is especially important if you are very ill, if you are pregnant or might be pregnant, if you are elderly, or if you are taking any prescribed medication.

I am not a Doctor. And, as we all know, medical science is extremely complex. So, please make sure you first check with your Doctor before carrying out any of the recommended treatments.

And if, after commencing a treatment, you believe it might be causing an adverse side-effect, you should immediately stop the treatment and check with your Doctor."


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That concludes Paper #3.

Next is Paper #4, in which I explain the importance of our sweaty areas and why we should not block or partially block them.  


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Love one another and care for our planet,


Gee

Gee Ryan (Gerald)

 

16 November 2014


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Paper #4: Our sweaty areas

 

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16 November 2014

Paper #4: Our sweaty areas

Note: It is important to have read Papers #2 and #3 before reading this paper.

1. Key skin exit areas:

We should not block or partially block our sweaty areas .. that is, our feet, hands, armpits, groin areas and forehead .. because these are the key skin exit areas from which our body pushes out, with sweat, microorganisms that it judges to be harmful, be they: (a) The foreign microorganisms, pathogens (see Paper #2), or (b) The excess numbers of our natural microorganisms, microbiota, when they have multiplied too greatly (see Paper #3).


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2. How the body deals with harmful microorganisms:

Our body deals with microorganisms that it judges to be harmful .. that is, both: (a) The foreign ones (pathogens), and (b) The excess numbers of our natural ones (microbiota) when they have multiplied too greatly .. by pushing out some and by killing others; and by pushing out the dead ones.

The body pushes out harmful microorganisms (and the dead ones) in lots of different ways and from lots of different places, including:

(1) By coughing and breathing them out from the lungs .. thus we develop congestion in the lungs and airways, and our nostrils and sinuses become blocked,

(2) By breathing them out from the back of the throat .. thus we develop a sore throat and our breath smells,

(3) By pushing them out through the digestive and urinary systems .. thus we experience looser bowel motions or diarrhoea and our urine becomes a deeper yellow with a more pungent odour,

(4) By pushing them out through the body's other openings .. thus, for example, we develop wax in our ears and sleep in the corners of our eyes, and

(5) MOST importantly, by pushing them out, with sweat (either visible or not), via the pores of the skin on all parts of the body but especially from the key skin exit areas for them .. that is, the feet, hands, armpits, groin areas and forehead. The body raises its temperature, and opens up the pores of the skin, in order to cause sweating and to push out the harmful microorganisms with the sweat. It does this during the day; and also during the night, when we are asleep and our body's other systems are in rest mode .. thus night sweats, and damp pyjamas and bedding in the morning.

In addition to this pushing out of harmful microorganisms, the body kills other ones by very significantly raising its temperature and then suddenly dropping it .. thus we experience fever, with very high temperatures and then sudden chills.

As a consequence, we also experience aches and pains when this additional heat causes the body's tissues to expand, especially in confined spaces such as the head and the joints.

And we also experience fatigue because these responses by the body use up a lot of energy.


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3. Exit via the skin:

The body pushes out, from all parts of the skin, microorganisms that it judges to be harmful, both: (a) The foreign ones (pathogens), and (b) The excess numbers of our natural ones (microbiota) when they have multiplied too greatly.

And we sweat (either visible or not) on all parts of the skin for TWO reasons: (1) To keep the outside of our body cooler on hot days, and (2) To enable the body to push out, with sweat, via the pores of the skin, microorganisms that it judges to be harmful. See the explanation in Point 3(4) of Paper #3.

Especially important are our key skin exit areas for dealing with harmful microorganisms .. that is, our sweaty areas .. our feet, hands, armpits, groin areas and forehead. These are the key areas on the skin from which the body pushes them out. And this is why we sweat most on these areas.

Today's body has these systems as a result of the way we have evolved in order to deal with microorganisms that cause us harm.

But we have blocked, or largely blocked, these systems .. with the result that the harmful microorganisms remain trapped inside our body and cause problems.

By washing our bodies with soap and similar antimicrobial personal hygiene products, especially by leaving traces behind, we restrict the body's ability to push out harmful microorganisms.

As stated, they hate soap and similar antimicrobial personal hygiene products .. these kill microorganisms. And so, the harmful microorganisms will not exit, or will only exit in very limited numbers, if there is even the slightest hint of any traces of them left behind on the skin.

Nor will they exit, or they will only exit in very limited numbers, from those areas of the skin to which any currently (2014) available antiperspirants, deodorants, cosmetics, perfumes or similar products have been applied.


Our feet today:

As explained in Point 4 of Paper #2, the MOST important of the key skin exit areas are our feet and hands, because it was from the four feet of our predecessor species (today’s two feet and two hands) that the nutrients in the wet grass, other wet vegetation, damp soil, mud, slops of various kinds, swamps, streams, and shallows of the sea, upon which or in which they walked, combined with gravity, enabled them to easily push out from there the microorganisms that their body judged to be harmful.

Since the time when our early homo ancestors began wearing animal hides and then sandals on their feet, relatively few harmful microorganisms exit the body through the soles of the feet.

Today, enough to make our socks or stockings a little damp and smelly when we take off our shoes in the evening.

But nothing like the numbers of harmful microorganisms that exited from the BARE feet of our four-legged predecessor species through to our two-legged very early homo ancestors, because of the DIRECT contact their feet had with the nutrients in the wet or damp surfaces upon which they walked.


Our hands today:

You may not think your hands sweat much .. but they do. It is just that the sweat evaporates almost immediately on contact with the atmosphere.

If you place your hands inside rubber gloves, you will realise just how much your hands actually sweat.

Since we began using soap and then other antimicrobial personal hygiene products to wash our hands, very few harmful microorganisms pass out through the pores of the skin on our hands.

Although washing our hands with these products has the benefit of killing most of the harmful microorganisms on them, if there is just the slightest hint of any traces left behind, the harmful microorganisms that would otherwise have exited from the hands remain trapped inside the body and cause problems.

Therefore, we should wash our hands with hot water only .. we should not use soap or other antimicrobial personal hygiene products to wash our hands.


Our armpits today:

Today's underarm antiperspirants and deodorants prevent most harmful microorganisms leaving from the armpits.

And ditto re washing under our armpits with soap or other antimicrobial personal hygiene products, especially if any traces are left behind.

The use of today’s underarm antiperspirants and deodorants means there is no longer the pungent smell of the dead, dying and decomposing bodies of the harmful microorganisms that would otherwise have naturally exited with sweat from the armpits.

But the downside cost is HUGE because the harmful microorganisms that would otherwise have exited from the armpits remain trapped inside the body and cause problems.

This downside cost is relevant generally. But it is likely to be especially relevant for breast cancer in women, because of the close proximity of the breasts to the armpits. I explain why in Point 2 of Paper #9 and Point 4 of Paper #6.


Our groin areas today:

Our groin areas were the armpits (legpits) on the rear legs of our four-legged predecessor species, and were key skin exit areas for their harmful microorganisms.

Because we retain this same system today, our groin areas, like our armpits, also naturally smell of the dead, dying and decomposing bodies of the harmful microorganisms that have been pushed out from there.

Our groin areas should not be blocked or partially blocked by washing them with soap or other antimicrobial personal hygiene products, especially if any traces are left behind; or by applying currently (2014) available antiperspirants, deodorants or similar products to these areas.


Our forehead today:

Like the sweat from our hands, the sweat from our forehead evaporates almost immediately on contact with the atmosphere. So, you may not think you sweat all that much on the forehead.

But, if you put on a hat or cap and draw it down over the top part of your forehead, you will realise just how much the forehead actually sweats.

The forehead is a key skin exit area for harmful microorganisms, and so it should not be blocked or partially blocked by applying currently (2014) available cosmetics, perfumes or similar products; or by washing it with soap or other antimicrobial personal hygiene products, especially if any traces are left behind.

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4. We should not block or partially block the exit of harmful microorganisms:

So, what follows from these matters?

What follows is that we should not block or partially block the body's natural ability to push out, with sweat (either visible or not), via the pores of the skin, microorganisms that it judges to be harmful, be they: (a) The foreign ones (pathogens), or (b) The excess numbers of our natural ones (microbiota) when they have multiplied too greatly.

Otherwise, the harmful microorganisms remain trapped inside the body and cause problems.

Because the body pushes out harmful microorganisms, with sweat (either visible or not), from all parts of the skin, we should not block or partially block this mechanism by washing with soap or other antimicrobial personal hygiene products, especially if any traces are left behind; or by applying currently (2014) available antiperspirants, deodorants, cosmetics, perfumes, skincare products, fake tanning products, suntan lotions, body lotions, hair removal products, shaving foams, or similar products to any part of the skin.

In particular, it is MOST important that we do not block or partially block the key skin exit areas for them .. that is, our feet, hands, armpits, groin areas and forehead.

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5. New products:

I am confident it will be possible for medical research institutes, pharmaceutical companies, healthcare companies, cosmetic companies and other companies to develop NEW products* to replace the above currently (2014) available ones.

*See the below Note.

I envisage that these new products:

(1) Will not block or partially block the body's natural ability to push out, with sweat (either visible or not), via the pores of the skin, microorganisms that it judges to be harmful, be they: (a) The foreign ones (pathogens), or (b) The excess numbers of our natural ones (microbiota) when they multiply too greatly, and

(2) Will be non-toxic .. that is, they will be capable of being swallowed without causing any toxic effects. Although these products will be applied to the skin (rather than being swallowed), as explained in Paper #6 they will be taken into the body via the hair on the skin .. and so, it is essential they be non-toxic; and they should also provide the correct natural nutrients, to be taken in via the hair, for the relevant internal part of the body located near the hair.

*Note: I do not think it will be possible to develop new antiperspirants that will be safe .. because, by their nature, antiperspirants prevent sweating and therefore prevent the exit of harmful microorganisms with the sweat.


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6. Need for medical research:

Because the above ideas are novel, they have not yet been examined and tested by medical science.

It is my hope that the ideas will soon be examined and tested by medical research institutes, hospitals, university medical schools, pharmaceutical companies, healthcare companies, cosmetic companies and other organisations.


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7. Risk of possible adverse side-effects:

For all treatments recommended in this Paper #4, I repeat the warning in Point 3 of Paper #1:

"Almost all medical treatments carry with them the risk of possible adverse side-effects, either for all people or just for some people.

It is therefore VERY important that, before carrying out any of the treatments recommended in the papers, you first check with your Doctor that it will be safe for you to do.

This is especially important if you are very ill, if you are pregnant or might be pregnant, if you are elderly, or if you are taking any prescribed medication.

I am not a Doctor. And, as we all know, medical science is extremely complex. So, please make sure you first check with your Doctor before carrying out any of the recommended treatments.

And if, after commencing a treatment, you believe it might be causing an adverse side-effect, you should immediately stop the treatment and check with your Doctor."


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That concludes Paper #4.


Next is Paper #5, in which I deal with antimicrobial resistant (AMR) microorganisms.


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Love one another and care for our planet,


Gee

Gee Ryan (Gerald)

16 November 2014

 

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Paper #5: Antimicrobial resistant (AMR) microorganisms  

 

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Gee Ryan Health:

New approach to curing and preventing many health problems


By Gee Ryan (Gerald)


16 November 2014


Paper #5: Antimicrobial resistant (AMR) microorganisms


Note: It is important to have read Papers #2, #3 and #4 before reading this paper.


1. Evolution of microorganisms that are resistant to antibiotics and other antimicrobial medications:

Because of the widespread use of antibiotics and other antimicrobial medications since the 1940s, many microorganisms .. in particular, bacteria .. have evolved in ways that now make them resistant to these medications, called antimicrobial resistance (AMR)*. The consequence is that medical science is unable to cure or prevent the infections and diseases caused by them.

*Note: Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is also called "antibiotic resistance" in the case of bacteria that have evolved to become resistant to antibiotic medications that were once effective. AMR is also called "multidrug resistance (MDR)" in the case of microorganisms that have evolved to become resistant to multiple antimicrobial medications that were once effective. And the media and public use the word "superbugs" to describe these microorganisms .. that is, microorganisms (including bacteria) that have evolved to become resistant to antimicrobial medications (including antibiotics).

As explained in Papers #2, #3 and #4, I am confident that it is possible to naturally cure and prevent many of the problems caused by harmful microorganisms .. be they: (a) The foreign microorganisms, pathogens (see Paper #2), or (b) The excess numbers of our natural microorganisms, microbiota, when they have multiplied too greatly (see Paper #3) .. by carrying out the warm, slightly salty (table salt) bath and basin procedures explained in Papers #2 and #3 in order to draw them from the body, and by not blocking or partially blocking their natural exit, with sweat (either visible or not), via the pores of the skin, especially from the key skin exit areas, as explained in Paper #4.

If the investigation of these ideas by medical science confirms they are correct, Doctors would then be able to greatly reduce the current reliance on prescribing antibiotics and other antimicrobial medications.

And this would have the effect of preventing, or at least greatly slowing, the evolution of new strains of microorganisms that are resistant to antibiotics and other antimicrobial medications.

In relation to those antibiotic resistant strains and other antimicrobial resistant strains that have already evolved, I am confident that many of the problems caused by them can be successfully cured and prevented by carrying out the bath and basin procedures (see Papers #2 and #3) and by not blocking or partially blocking their natural exit, with sweat (either visible or not), via the pores of skin, especially from the key skin exit areas (see Paper #4).


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2. A related matter:

For the same reason as above, the widespread use of antibiotics and other antimicrobial agents also needs to be tackled in relation to: (a) Hospital antimicrobial cleaning products and hospital antimicrobial sterilisation products (see Point 11(s) of Paper #12), (b) Soap and other antimicrobial personal hygiene products, (c) Household, office and factory disinfectant cleaning products, and (d) Other similar products used in industry, agriculture, the making of processed foods, and in many other ways.

The use of these products is likewise causing resistant strains of microorganisms to evolve in these particular environments .. and they then spread into our broader environment.

This problem is likewise a very serious one that should be urgently tackled, especially in relation to hospital antimicrobial cleaning products and hospital antimicrobial sterilisation products.


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3. New practices and new products:

I am confident it will be possible for:

(1) Us as individuals to adopt NEW personal hygiene practices,

(2) Hospitals, households, offices, factories, industries, farmers and others to adopt NEW cleaning practices and NEW sterilisation practices, and

(3) Medical research institutes and manufacturers to develop NEW personal hygiene products, NEW cleaning products and NEW sterilisation products to replace the currently (2014) available antimicrobial ones, which will facilitate good cleanliness and hygiene but which will not result in the evolution of new strains of AMR microorganisms. 

 

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4. Need for medical research:

Because the above ideas (reflecting the ideas in Papers #2, #3 and #4) are novel, they have not yet been examined and tested by medical science.

It is my hope that the ideas will soon be examined and tested by medical research institutes, hospitals, university medical schools, pharmaceutical companies, healthcare companies, cosmetic companies, manufacturers of cleaning products, manufacturers of sterilisation products, and other organisations.


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5. Risk of possible adverse side-effects:

For all treatments recommended in this Paper #5, I repeat the warning in Point 3 of Paper #1:

"Almost all medical treatments carry with them the risk of possible adverse side-effects, either for all people or just for some people.

It is therefore VERY important that, before carrying out any of the treatments recommended in the papers, you first check with your Doctor that it will be safe for you to do.

This is especially important if you are very ill, if you are pregnant or might be pregnant, if you are elderly, or if you are taking any prescribed medication.

I am not a Doctor. And, as we all know, medical science is extremely complex. So, please make sure you first check with your Doctor before carrying out any of the recommended treatments.

And if, after commencing a treatment, you believe it might be causing an adverse side-effect, you should immediately stop the treatment and check with your Doctor."


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That concludes Paper #5.

Next is Paper #6, in which I deal with our hair.


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Love one another and care for our planet,


Gee

Gee Ryan (Gerald)

 

16 November 2014

 

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Paper #15: "Love one another"

 

 

Love One Another Basin (in yellows), Gee Ryan (Gerald), 2016. H 36 inches x W 48 inches (91.44cm x 121.92cm). Mixed media on canvas.

Gee Ryan Health:

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By Gee Ryan (Gerald)

16 November 2014

 

Paper #15: "Love one another"

Note: It is important to have read Papers #2, #3, #4 and #5 before reading this paper.

I am not a religious person, not at all. But I am a very spiritual person. The two are quite different!

Immediately after Jesus Christ had washed the feet of his Disciples at the Last Supper, he then FIVE times gave his "love one another" instruction, meaning love ALL others. By this giving of the instruction five times, Jesus made it clear that this was his CENTRAL instruction.

These two matters at the Last Supper are dealt with in the Gospel of John:

(1) John 13:1-20 for the washing by Jesus of the feet of his Disciples in a basin (John 13:5) together with the words he used to explain what he was doing and why, and 

(2) Immediately after this washing of feet, John 13:34 (twice), John 13:35, John 15:12 and John 15:17 for his "love one another" instruction.

And there are two related passages .. John 14:2 and John 21:17-24.

The above verses are set out below.

In my view, if the words of Jesus in John 13:1-20 are reexamined in the light of the basin procedure and also the bath procedure, as explained in Papers #2 and #3 (see also Papers #4 and #5), these words then reveal a NEW MIRACLE by Jesus, his greatest.

Repeating .. in my view, if the words of Jesus in John 13:1-20 are reexamined in the light of the basin procedure and also the bath procedure, as explained in Papers #2 and #3 (see also Papers #4 and #5), these words then reveal a NEW MIRACLE by Jesus, his greatest.

In my view, Jesus intended that the miracle would come to light for the FIRST time in this current era, not before. See John 13:7.

And in my view, Jesus intended that, once the miracle had come to light, it would persuade ALL people to follow his central instruction "love one another", meaning love ALL others. That is, for each and every one of us .. regardless of whatever religious beliefs or spiritual beliefs we hold and regardless of holding no such beliefs at all .. to "love one another", meaning to love ALL others. As stated, see John 13:34 (twice), John 13:35, John 15:12 and John 15:17 for Jesus' "love one another" instruction.

It is most likely that the water for this Last Supper washing of feet had come from a well, in which case it would have been rich in sodium chloride*. Even if the water had come from a river or stream, it would have contained some sodium chloride. And the water would have been at room temperature .. that is, not cold.

*Note: Table salt is about 97% to 99% sodium chloride.

So, the water would have been capable of drawing from the body harmful microorganisms, both: (a) The foreign microorganisms (pathogens) as explained in Paper #2, and (b) The excess numbers of our natural microorganisms (microbiota) when they have multiplied too greatly as explained in Paper #3 .. that is, of causing them to exit the body via the feet and hands, the MOST important skin exit areas for them .. thereby curing and preventing many diseases, infections, illnesses and other conditions. See Papers #2 and #3 (and also Papers #4 and #5).

By Jesus washing the feet of his Disciples .. that is, washing their feet in water containing sodium chloride because it had come from a well or from a river or stream and which was at room temperature (not cold) .. harmful microorganisms would have exited their feet and his hands.

And if the Disciples had followed his instruction (John 13:13-15) for them to wash one another's feet .. that is, to wash one another’s feet in water containing sodium chloride and at least at room temperature (not cold) .. harmful microorganisms would have exited the feet and hands of each of them.

In my view, Jesus intended that we follow this example of washing one another's feet. See John 13:13-17.

By following the example .. that is, by washing one another's feet in a basin filled with warm, slightly salty (table salt) water:

(1) We will be able to cure and prevent many problems caused by harmful microorganisms, be they: (a) The foreign microorganisms (pathogens) as explained in Paper #2, or (b) The excess numbers of our natural microorganisms (microbiota) when they have multiplied too greatly as explained in Paper #3, (also see Papers #4 and #5), and

(2) We will be reminded of this miracle by Jesus and therefore of the correctness and importance of his central instruction to "love one another", meaning to love ALL others.

History shows that this "love one another" central instruction of Jesus has never been followed by any of the Christian denominations or by the vast majority of those who called themselves Christians. They therefore betrayed Jesus.

This betrayal continues today .. that is, the betrayal of Jesus by all of today’s Christian denominations and by the vast majority of those today who call themselves Christians, by failing to follow the "love one another" central instruction of Jesus .. as evidenced on our television news every evening and by the documents* currently (2014) on the websites of today's Christian denominations or currently (2014) approved by them for the teaching of their beliefs or for use in their sacraments and other religious services.

*Note: These documents fail to mention the need to "love one another", meaning to love ALL others. Instead, they focus on other matters and they contain a great many beliefs and statements that are inconsistent with the “love one another” instruction.

In my view, Jesus predicted this betrayal. See John 13:18-19 and the first part of John 21:18.

And in my view, he also predicted what would flow from this betrayal. See John 13:19, the second part of John 21:18 and John 21:19.

As stated, the relevant verses in relation to the above matters .. that is, John 13:1-20, John 13:34, John 13:35, John 14:2, John 15:12, John 15:17 and John 21:17-24 .. are set out below. They are from the King James Bible (Oxford Standard Text of 1769) but with the words of Jesus in red: https://en.m.wikisource.org/wiki/Bible_(King_James)/John.

Although the English is very old (1611, the same period as Shakespeare), the King James Bible (KJB), also known as the King James Version (KJV) and Authorised Version (AV), is widely regarded as being the most authoritative version of the Bible.

Note added on 10 July 2017: I have now written a separate paper, entitled New Miracle by Jesus Christ: Miracle for the Cure and Prevention of Many Diseases, Infections, Illnesses and other Conditions, that explains the above matters in greater detail. I have published the paper on my website newmiraclebyjesuschrist.com. 


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King James Bible (Oxford Standard Text of 1769) but with the words of Jesus in red.


The Gospel of John

John 13:1-20

"1 Now before the feast of the passover, when Jesus knew that his hour was come that he should depart out of this world unto the Father, having loved his own which were in the world, he loved them unto the end.

2 And supper being ended, the devil having now put into the heart of Judas Iscariot, Simon's son, to betray him;

3 Jesus knowing that the Father had given all things into his hands, and that he was come from God, and went to God;

4 He riseth from supper, and laid aside his garments; and took a towel, and girded himself.

5 After that he poureth water into a bason, and began to wash the disciples' feet, and to wipe them with the towel wherewith he was girded.

6 Then cometh he to Simon Peter: and Peter saith unto him, Lord, dost thou wash my feet?

7 Jesus answered and said unto him, What I do thou knowest not now; but thou shalt know hereafter.

8 Peter saith unto him, Thou shalt never wash my feet. Jesus answered him, If I wash thee not, thou hast no part with me.

9 Simon Peter saith unto him, Lord, not my feet only, but also my hands and my head.

10 Jesus saith to him, He that is washed needeth not save to wash his feet, but is clean every whit: and ye are clean, but not all.

11 For he knew who should betray him; therefore said he, Ye are not all clean.

12 So after he had washed their feet, and had taken his garments, and was set down again, he said unto them, Know ye what I have done to you?

13 Ye call me Master and Lord: and ye say well; for so I am.

14 If I then, your Lord and Master, have washed your feet; ye also ought to wash one another's feet.

15 For I have given you an example, that ye should do as I have done to you.

16 Verily, verily, I say unto you, The servant is not greater than his lord; neither he that is sent greater than he that sent him.

17 If ye know these things, happy are ye if ye do them.

18 I speak not of you all: I know whom I have chosen: but that the scripture may be fulfilled, He that eateth bread with me hath lifted up his heel against me.

19 Now I tell you before it come, that, when it is come to pass, ye may believe that I am he.

20 Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that receiveth whomsoever I send receiveth me; and he that receiveth me receiveth him that sent me."

 

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John 13:34

"34 A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another."

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John 13:35

"35 By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another."

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John 14:2

"2 In my Father's house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you."

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John 15:12

"12 This is my commandment, That ye love one another, as I have loved you."

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John 15:17

"17 These things I command you, that ye love one another."


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John 21:17-24

"17 He saith unto him the third time, Simon, son of Jonas, lovest thou me? Peter was grieved because he said unto him the third time, Lovest thou me? And he said unto him, Lord, thou knowest all things; thou knowest that I love thee. Jesus saith unto him, Feed my sheep.


18
 Verily, verily, I say unto thee, When thou wast young, thou girdest thyself, and walkedst whither thou wouldest: but when thou shalt be old, thou shalt stretch forth thy hands, and another shall gird thee, and carry thee whither thou wouldest not.


19
 This spake he, signifying by what death he should glorify God. And when he had spoken this, he saith unto him, Follow me.


20
 Then Peter, turning about, seeth the disciple whom Jesus loved following; which also leaned on his breast at supper, and said, Lord, which is he that betrayeth thee?


21
 Peter seeing him saith to Jesus, Lord, and what shall this man do?


22
 Jesus saith unto him, If I will that he tarry till I come, what is that to thee? follow thou me.


23
 Then went this saying abroad among the brethren, that that disciple should not die: yet Jesus said not unto him, He shall not die; but, If I will that he tarry till I come, what is that to thee?


24
 This is the disciple which testifieth of these things, and wrote these things: and we know that his testimony is true."


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That concludes the final paper, Paper #15.

If you would like to comment on any of the ideas in the papers, you can post online on the Your Comments page of this website, or send an email to gee@geeryanhealth.com, or do both. 

Next is the Appendix which provides some background information about me, the author.

Love one another and care for our planet,

Gee

Gee Ryan (Gerald)

 

16 November 2014

 

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Gee Ryan Health:
New approach to curing and preventing many health problems

By Gee Ryan (Gerald)

16 November 2014

Appendix: Background information about the author, Gee Ryan (Gerald)

I am an Artist & Science Explorer. For many years, I was also a lawyer. I live on the Mornington Peninsula, near Melbourne, Australia. I am the father of five adult children (from the one marriage .. now divorced) and the grandfather of an increasing number of grandchildren. As at November 2014, I am aged 65.

I have had no training in medical science or any other area of science.

People call me either "Gee" or "Gerald".


Art

I have painted naturally since childhood. My paintings are joyful and colourful.

They reflect my central belief that, in order for humanity to achieve a peaceful and lasting future, each of us needs to live our life in accordance with two principles: love one another .. and .. care for our planet.

My paintings form part of various private collections in Australia, the UK and elsewhere.

One of the paintings from my Love One Another Basin series has been acquired by the world-renowned Luciano Benetton Collection, based in Milan, Italy. Please see Looking Down Under Contemporary Artists from Australia (http://www.imagomundiart.com/artworks/gee-ryan-gerald-love-one-another-basin-deep-reds). This book has been produced to accompany the Australian contemporary art part of the Luciano Benetton Collection as it travels to the world's major art centres, showcasing the works of 210 established and emerging Australian painters.


Science exploration

Although I have had no training in medical science or any other area of science, I have for many years passionately explored a wide range of scientific matters .. especially in the areas of medical science, human evolution and human intelligence; as well as climate change, environmental science, water resources, certain aspects of astronomy, and the likely future for our species and planet.

My ideas on science are not based on existing scientific knowledge. They are based on my own observations, my own thinking about these observations, and my own experiments including self-experiments. They therefore offer a new approach.

I have today (16 November 2014) published on this geeryanhealth.com website many of my ideas on medical science. The ideas put forward a new approach to how we can naturally cure and prevent many diseases, infections, illnesses and other conditions, both physical and mental.

The ideas are novel .. that is, they have not been previously suggested. They are based on a DIFFERENT understanding of our human evolution. This leads to a DIFFERENT understanding of how today's human body actually works. And this then leads to a DIFFERENT approach to how we can cure and prevent many health problems.

I am confident that, in time, many of the ideas will form part of mainstream medical science.

Over the next few years, I am aiming to publish online the balance of my ideas on medical science as well as my ideas on the other areas of science I have explored.


Legal background

I graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Master of Laws degree and Bachelor of Commerce degree.

For many years, I was a partner of a leading Australian and Asian law firm.

I was appointed a Life Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors .. FAICD (Life) .. the highest award conferred by this peak body for company directors in Australia.

I retired from legal practice 11 years ago (2003), allowing me to devote more time to my passionate interests in art and science.


"Love one another"

I am not a religious person, not at all. But I am a very spiritual person. The two are quite different!

In Paper #15 on this geeryanhealth.com website, I briefly explain the significance of the washing by Jesus Christ of the feet of his Disciples at the Last Supper together with the words he used to explain what he was doing and why. See the Gospel of John (John 13:1-20).

Note added on 10 July 2017: I have now written a separate paper, entitled New Miracle By Jesus Christ: Miracle for the Cure and Prevention of Many Diseases, Infections, Illnesses and other Conditions, that explains these matters in greater detail. I have published the paper on my website newmiraclebyjesuschrist.com

Immediately after this washing of feet, Jesus then FIVE times gave his instruction for us to "love one another", meaning for each of us to love ALL others. See John 13:34 (twice), John 13:35, John 15:12 and John 15:17.

By this giving of his "love one another" instruction five times, Jesus made it clear that this was his CENTRAL instruction.

My Love One Another Basin series of paintings shows my depiction of the basin (John 13:5) in which Jesus washed the feet of his Disciples at the Last Supper, immediately prior to his giving of the instruction.

The aim of these Love One Another Basin paintings is to remind us of the instruction and the need to "love one another" .. that is, to love ALL others.

Gee Ryan (Gerald), Artist & Science Explorer, in front of his painting, Love One Another Basin, 2000
[Photo by Paul Loughnan, Melbourne, 2015.]

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Dedication

These 15 papers are dedicated to the memory of my wonderful parents, Laurie and Peg Ryan. They gave me everything, above all love.

Love one another and care for our planet,

Gee

Gee Ryan (Gerald)

16 November 2014

 

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