Last Saturday afternoon I knocked on wood as I thought to myself, thank goodness Leonard Horowitz’s predictions of a particularly nasty flu this winter hasn’t crossed our paths. By evening I was beginning to fade.
We had just run into Leonard at the Conscious Living Expo in Los Angeles and taped some of his announcement of his new book on the 528 Hz. frequency of love, which had reminded me of our last meeting in which we spoke of 528 and the coming strains of flu. I was counting my lucky stars that Scott and I have had no sniffles at all this year.
We had just spent the night with our friends Sheila and Marcus Gillette during which Sheila told tales of this ungodly flu bug that had taken her down for two weeks. Some of her friends had lost a month or more to the bug. We shuttered to think. Still in the middle of doing a dozen interviews within a couple of weeks, we needed all the energy we have.
By Monday, Valentine’s Day, I said “Honey, can we drive home – right now?” This meant missing an important meeting with some associates in Los Angeles, dinner with Sheila and Marcus and appearing live on their radio show the next morning. But there was no choice, I was fading fast. Scott headed north up the 405.
That was Monday. It’s now Saturday. We just poked the last of the sweat soaked sheets and clothing through the washing machine door, washed our gnarled hair, shaved and made a cup of tea. Whatever this bug is, it didn’t feel like a normal flu at all. Let’s start with the glass shards in the stomach with instant stomache aches that doubled us over, though no nausea. We had fevers for 4 days straight. The stuff that comes up from our lungs is green and brown. It felt as though we had only 5-10% of our enegy available during the first four days. Our minds were either asleep, dozing or just short of delirious.
Once we each caught a clear thought Scott dragged his body to the accupuncturist, which helped him come back around a good deal. I was too tired to move so I called Harvey Bigelsen and cranked up my bio-mat, in spite of the fact that I was already hot.
I had procured some isopathic remedies from Harvey a while back for some dental work. It was a live germ antibiotic that would replace any need for a pharmaceutical antibiotic. Considering my flu symptoms, he suggested I take one in the morning and one in the afternoon, that’s all.
Within 6 hours I went from feeling like a disoriented women in her twilight years holding onto the walls just to walk the length of the hallway, to my relatively normal self, but with 50% of the energy, which is a big improvement over 5%. I then started using the bio mat on high infra red settings, which helped maintain my progress. Wild Oregano Oil and colloidal silver made into a tincture went up the snout via a mister. I am on the mend as is Scott.
Meanwhile, I spoke with a friend who had come down with the same thing while in Los Angeles at Thanksgiving as happened a friend of hers traveling there separately on the same weekend. I can’t imagine how many people attending the Expo left with the same ‘gift’. Normally I have all my little tinctures and my mat nearby and manage to keep virus’ and such from effecting me, but we were on the road and more vulnerable.
My intuitive hit, not that it helps, is that this is an engineered flu. Perhaps I’ve been in the world of intrigue and conspiracy too long, but that’s what it feels like. I would be curious to find out what you may know, and to see if any of you have had this same bug and what has worked in your recovery. Perhaps we can pool our information and help one another get through the remainder of the flu season.
Tuesday, February 22
Yes. That feels better. I’ve been eating only clean and light sources of food, especially avocados with lemon juice, have drunk lots of vitamin C with pure Elderberry Syrup and have been using a steamer/inhaler with wild oregano oil. This helped to clear my chest nicely. Now it’s time to get back to work!
Meanwhile, I want to thank you for your kind and helpful comments, comments that hopefully gave some guidance and wisdom to others who have fallen ill to these strange bugs.