Friday, April 10, 2015
Reducing the Risk of Cancer
In the next quote from the trances of William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, we are given information on reducing the risk of cancer and add a little more information on reducing cholesterol.
The Council: Now, take it lightly, snicker at our words, and it will not work for you. At least it will not work as well, let us put it that way, it will work. In fact, well, while we are in the mood for giving such information, we might as well go all the way. You want to eliminate cancer. If you choose to protect yourself from cancer, now this is to protect yourself from cancer. Eat all the foods that you can that come from what you understand as the cabbage family. If you are wise, you will look up in your botanical books what family the cabbage comes from. Anything from that family will help to control the potentials of cancer in your body. The average person eating three almonds a day will also assist in preventing cancer or at least giving you a higher guard against it. Such things as cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, all those products from the cabbage family, kohlrabi. Combine that with natural vitamin Cs and Es, should be quite helpful in keeping you in good health, as far as cancer goes. Now, it is not an absolute guarantee that you will not have cancer, but if you are a borderline case as far as what you have chosen as your destiny, it will help to prevent that. If you should get it, it should be easier to deal with. Now, this depends a lot on your own karmic personal situation.
If you also would like to add an additional factor to the cholesterol problem, dried beans cooked as a portion a day. Your everyday soup bean or what have you, a portion of that, two portions of oats, and an apple should help a great deal. Now, of course, you must also reduce your cholesterol intake. If you reduce your cholesterol intake, and we are talking about just not so-so, reduce it as much as is possible, eat these three foods that we have told you about, it will help to begin to eliminate the plaque that has built up on the interior of the veins or the arteries and what have you. Do you understand?
The Council: So, two portions of oats, a portion of dried beans, and an apple. Now, those should all be cooked of course. The apple can be substituted for the equivalent amount in applesauce, if you prefer that.
Questioner: Do you mean that the apples are to be cooked?
The Council: No, if you choose to eat applesauce in place of an apple. There are some people with dentures who have problems eating apples; they can eat applesauce in place of the apple.