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Coconut Oil Is Healthy, Don’t Buy The AMA Hype Machine’s Propaganda

Over the years, I strictly ended conversations that included such exchanges, realizing the indoctrinated would inevitably go to war over the failed science of “evil fat.”


Anti-Vaccine Texas Nurse Fired For Posting Measles Case on Facebook Page – Vaxxter


HPV Vaccine Failing In State of Wisconsin – Vaxxter


Dr. Mercola and Dr. Gundry Talk About Removing Lechins From Your Diet To Eliminate All Illnesses And Disease


15 Ways to Reduce Lectins in Your Diet (it’s not as hard as you think!) -On Dr. Steven Gundry’s Life Saving Page


From this day forward 1 in 8 men and 1 in 5 women will get Cancer …why?

The U.S. Food and Water Supply Is Poisoned –

Why ? The Name Of The federal Agency Says It All – The Food And Drug Administration – Big Food and Big Pharm are married till death– There are two things the embedded establishments and institutions of this country believes , the proliferation of electric /battery powered cars and the elimination of chemotherapy and radiation treatments (by eliminating 80% of cancer causing foods and exterior toxins to the body) will bankrupt the country and they are willing to fight to the death for this their religion to retain them even if  1/5 of the country dies within the next two decades

The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest Docu-Series | Main Trailer – YouTube


Take four minutes and learn how Vanderbilt University Trauma ER unit uses Essential Oils with great success


“Truth is sacred; and if you tell the truth too often nobody will believe it.”-Chesterton

Flowers And Herbs “In Season ” Were Always Part of Liturgical Living /Healthy Living


As you plan your garden, consider planting, depending on where you live, the following to help the liturgical year come alive ‘within you’

  • a cherry tree so you can use some of its branches on St. Barbara’s Day (December 4)
  • Castilian roses for the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe (13 December)
  • some rosemary, laurel, holly, ivy, mistletoe, Christmas Roses, poinsettias, fir trees and other evergreens for use during Christmastide until Candlemas (25 January – 2 February)
  • Star-of-Bethlehem and Ox-eye Daisy for Twelfth Night and the Feast of the Epiphany
  • some snowdrops to bring inside on Candlemas (2 February)
  • red roses for St. Valentine’s Day (14 February)
  • some pussy willow for its branches on Ash Wednesday
  • some shamrocks to harvest and wear on St. Patrick’s Day (17 March)
  • Annunciation lilies for the Feast of the Annunciation (25 March)
  • a dogwood tree for Good Friday (3 days before the first Sunday after the first full moon after 21 March)
  • Easter lilies for Easter (the first Sunday after the first full moon after 21 March)
  • some roses to crown and adorn Mary’s statue in the month of May
  • columbine for the Feast of the Pentecost
  • pansies for the Feast of the Trinity (the Sunday after Pentecost)
  • some lilies to have blessed, and some basil to decorate with and give away on the Feast of St. Anthony of Padua (13 June)
  • some strawberries and St. John’s Wort to harvest on the Feast of St. John and its Eve, and flowers that dry well to make wreaths (23 and 24 June)
  • Spikenard in honor of Mary Magdalen (22 July)
  • tarragon in honor of St. Martha (29 July)
  • some herbs and fruit to harvest and have blessed on the Feast of the Assumption (15 August)
  • some asters, an apple tree, and blackberry bush to harvest on the Feast of St. Michael (29 September)
  • some chrysanthemums for All Souls’ Day (2 November)______________________________________________________

Safe Spaces for Catholic Money – On Regina Magazine


In Face of the Scandals, the Church, Holy and Immortal, Shall Prevail! -The American TFP


The Mike Church Show » Arise, Gentlemen, I Give Thee, Sir Loin-The Amazing Story of Houghton House & King Charles I!


The Immaculate Conception & The Co-Redemptrix