The weird thing about the winter of 2014 was that once-in-a-while there would be a day or two of magnificent Spring weather. Overall, though, that winter was bitterly cold, snowy and endless. Even the last week of March, as I hurried to pack my bag, the US East Coast was being pummeled yet again with snow. A good day to disappear, I thought, to a sunnier clime.
In thermal imaging, areas that are hotter than others are likely indicators of infection and show up as white or red. I went to see Dr. Dowling in order to take a thermal image of my whole body. There were two hot-spot areas in my mouth, and other hot spots on my neck and upper chest area. The images were sent out to team of medical doctors who interpreted the thermography. I received the results about two weeks later. Their analysis was that there was something going on with my endocrine system and the right leg showed excessive heat. (I have only one root canal: on the lower, right side.) I understood the report to indicate that inflammation was present. According to their interpretation, there was no particular disease, per se, but I still wanted to remove my root canal and change out my mercury fillings.
The cultural mutant finds some friends.
Battling for good health is becoming standard in a nation that has adulterated its soil and food and the environment generally. Cuenca offers an alternative to the New World Order’s Agenda 21 and its depopulation plan. If nothing else it is a refuge (at least for the time being).