As I go through my dream notes throughout the day, I will tally all the mentions of "cancer" - "Cancer caused by Presence of 3, 1 halugenic, invent control 7, rinig [Listen] water genome" - I was drinking from a 3rd water, head straight back, upwards drinking from dripping 3rd water saying "Is that PH 7?" then saw Daphne (from Scooby Doo) - "Watermelon Husks" - "Have to Add curcumin to something else" - "You would have had the cure by now if were doing pushups (more) = the color orange" - "Blue Light" - "Need Grape to Escape" - Man surviving climate changes, up to neck in water, time slip, bird feet drops off man again; now, need man cries "Honey" to live on... (for good) - saw Guyana Berry ? (10/25/2011 morning) - interactive dream, I decided to ask for cure for cancer they said VINEGAR but not for all cancers, new cancers given to our Earth intentionally not cured yet 11/12/11 - ENZYMES BASED, mustard [curcumin/turmeric], study it, cancer - "Kooties" ...to be continued -Oral Sex after giving birth may lead to cancer - 12/19/2014 _ [in the] "#SunSweetTomatoes (only)" Me:mentioned once on TV "There is no time" "[eat] 3X a Week"
Friday, December 19, 2014
"Cancer caused by Presence of 3, 1 halugenic, invent control 7, rinig [Listen] water genome" - Dreams
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