I wanted to share a section from the talk available here:
Where Dr Cowan tries to get to a unified theory, that all forms of medicine might agree with, except for maybe modern medicine, which believes in chopping up and staining dead tissue, to understand how living tissue works.
Many have stated that dead tissue is not the same as living tissue, much like bacteria shifts into its protective spore form, when it is poisoned and starved.
The Medical Medium posits a similar theory, in that the living liver is totally different from the dead liver that they dissect, and he shares that the medical field has no idea how it actually works.
Likewise, Kevin shares that every organ has a soul, and this to me finally makes sense. According to Esogetic Medicine, it is the soul that gives matter energy, so that spirit can imbue it with information/life. Anything else and you're not looking at functioning trinity, you're just looking at functionless dead matter, in its constricted, protected, form.
Dr Cowan admits that his books contain errors in thought, as he is ever evolving in his understanding. More of us need to admit this, I think.
I hope you find the passage below helpful. I've highlighted key points to go back to as needed, and I am certainly not telling anyone to go drink some turpentine (organic or not). If you want, you can just skim what’s below, reading just the bold sections, and then read the unbold section, if you seek more context. Enjoy!
Dr. Cowan: Right. So here's what happens, so let's say you got this breast and it's supposed to be a soft, flexible, living, water-crystal based on the character and function of the breast. And it's all fine until you start dissolving glyphosate, EMFs, distorting it, that's like putting garbage into your system. And so you get a garbage can, because you don't want garbage in your house, which is the breast and you don't want it all over your body, so you get a garbage can and you put the garbage in the garbage can. Now, as long as you just got one garbage can and it’s in your garage, and you can take it out to the curb every week and they take it away, you're probably okay. But then if you go and have 10 times more garbage, because you eat food with garbage in it, or you drink water with garbage in it, or you think garbage thoughts, or you have toxic feelings or whatever it is, because remember water can collect any of these things. It's the universal solvent, it's the universal conductor or antenna of any sort of energetic form. Now your whole garage is filled with 20 garbage cans and that's not so good and so you see it as a tumor. And then you come along and say, “Okay the therapy here is I'm going to take away all these garbage cans and throw them away.” And that helps for a while because now you don't have so many garbage cans in your garage, but you can predict that this is not going to work, because the disease is not garbage cans, they're the therapy. I mean you’ve just got too many garbage cans because you’ve got too much garbage, and you better stop getting so much garbage because the next thing you know, your garage is going to be full and then it's going in your kitchen and then your bedroom and then your bathroom, and then you've got metastatic cancer and then you're dead. You better somehow figure out some combination of adding less garbage and taking it out more quickly, and that describes exactly the history 2000 years of natural medicines for cancer. Some of them like the Gerson diet you put less garbage in, you take it more aggressively. Some of them like hyperthermia, you dissolve the garbage, the tissue and then you make it run, some of them like mistletoe was about say fixing the “etheric body”, which is the water body. Your water body is messed up, so you add this tree stuff that helps your water body form itself, and that becomes the most used natural medicine for cancer in the world, but it all makes sense. What is burdock? Burdock is a detoxifier, so it shows up in the Essiac formula. What about deuterium-depleted water? Well, you got messed up water because you got too much deuterium instead of hydrogen, and so that makes your waters messed up and it creates these storage forms, we call that cancer. But what it tells us is these things we call diseases are actually not diseases at all, they're the body's therapeutic attempt and the doctors have no clue that that's what's happened.
Dr. Schaffner: So what you're sharing with us Doctor Cowan is that instead of this compartmentalized view of the world where this one cell and multi-cells, and then these networks, that were just more of fluid water structure that Doctor Pollack just talked about exclusion-zone water. When I’m talking one of the concepts that really resonated with me and now I’m thinking in a whole different way is, James Oschman, and how he called it the living matrix. There is no separation, there’s this interconnection from the nucleus to the fascia, basically. It's all one communication network, it's not all these compartments, how we try to...
Dr. Cowan: Yeah, but I don't even think there's a nucleus. Why do you need a nucleus? Because I know for a fact that the DNA, the genetic material is embedded in crystalline EC water, I have a lot of research that confirms that. “And in fact, we have all the genetic material that exists in the universe in every human being,” that's what Kary Mullis said. And then Barbara McClintock said, “The DNA is a whole lot more malleable than we think it is.” In other words, you can make whatever you need, and what determines what's made is not the primary sequence that we used to think of the nucleotides, it's the water that the DNA is embedded in. In other words, the water unfolds it or exposes it so it gets expressed in the way that the “water wants it to”. So your water controls the expression of the DNA which expresses what side of proteins you have, which is a huge determinant of how you're going to do. There's no need for any sort of nucleus in this. That's bubbe-meise, that's a Yiddish word meaning it's an old wives tale or a superstition, based on we must have these miniscule compartments when it makes a whole lot more sense to just have compartmentalized different structures, just like they said in Chinese medicine. There's one water structure, it’s called your liver, that's got a certain configuration, certain bond angle, certain proteins, certain pigments, it does a certain function. The structure is based on the function and it's got all these things, minerals and nucleoid and DNA embedded in it like you would expect. And it is a seamless, strong, well-functioning resistant structure. Just imagine if you had a muscle, and the muscle is just a compartment with a shell around it of this gelatinous, strong, coherent water, 10 which is exactly what it feels like, you push on it and it comes back. If you broke that up into a million cells, that is a serious design flaw and I don't think we're designed that flawed.
Dr. Schaffner: I'm very open to exploring all of this and understanding this. And one question that keeps coming up in my head is, there is all this I guess discussion around cell membranes and the phospholipid barrier. Even Bruce Lipton talks about the membrane as where the communication happens. I mean do cell membranes exist? Are they more fluid than we think or that's just not even a thing that you're thinking?
Dr. Cowan: I think there are phospholipids embedded in the gel that are part of the communication network, but I would ask him to show me a phospholipid membrane in a living tissue, because I don't think he can. And I think this is a huge barrier conceptually to understanding what is actually happening. The mechanism of the receptor in us is mainly water that transmits through its embedded antenna which is otherwise known as DNA, just molecules. The DNA is the antenna, it looks like an antenna that's molecules embedded in the water, that's where these thoughts and feelings and the things that Bruce Lipton talks about, that's where they're received. And maybe they're received by other phospholipids embedded in the water. I'm not saying they aren't phospholipids, they just don't have to be in these shell forms which just complicate the issue and actually prevent us from understanding actually how this works. I'll tell you another reason why I ended up thinking this was true, because I asked a friend of mine and I explained this theory to him. And I said “If I could only find something that reliably gets the shmutz out of the water, I could cure anything. That's what the problem is.” And he said something very interesting, he said, “Just give them turpentine. Everything will go away.” And I said, “What?” Now think about it. So first of all, turpentine is made of pine resin. It’s basically pure pine resin and that has been used as a medicine for 2000 years. In fact, the slaves in the United States, it was the only medicine they were allowed to have. They made it themselves and they were renowned healers because everybody that was sick, they gave him turpentine which is a solvent, so it removes stuff in your water. And then he sent me the write-up from The Merck Manual, 1899 that's before Merck became Merck, now Merck is different. And there was, I think it was 44 to 60 entries on all the things that turpentine reliably cures, and one of the first ones was cataracts. So I have a theory. I just told you’ve got this crystalline water, you got schmutz in it, you give somebody turpentine, gets the schmutz out, your cataract goes away, thank you very much. I can see, I don't need to go to the fancy holistic health clinics, it costs about $10 for a year supply. They have organically American-made turpentine, I'm good. There was another one, ovarian cancer, 1899, you give people turpentine you’ve got to make sure their bowels are open because you don’t want to just get all the schmutz out, and then you're constipated, and then you're more toxic than when you started. So I ended up developing a system where there's like three layers of detoxification. The first is your bowels, that's your liver, you get poisoned and then you conjugate it in the liver, excrete it through the bowels, and if that's not working, you get sick. Then the schmutz goes in your blood and then you have to pee it out, and if the schmutz doesn't get peed out because you don't drink any water, then you sweat it out. And if you don't sweat it out because you didn't think about that, then you got schmutz in your tissues and then the bacteria come to eat it. And then you have a cell-mediated increased white blood cell which we erroneously call a bacterial infection, but it’s actually just the way nature if you got shmutz in your tissues, the bacteria come to get rid of it, to help you out, and then it recycles it and then you're good. And if all that doesn't work, you do the last resort which is you make antibodies which we erroneously say it means you’d have a viral infection. What it means is you've exhausted those four steps, you're constipated, you don't pee, you forgot to sweat, you tried to eat it with bacteria, none of that worked so you make antibodies to neutralize it and hope for a better day. And now you've got an autoimmune disease.
Dr. Schaffner: So, detoxification.
Dr. Cowan: You heard all that?
Dr. Schaffner: Yeah, my mind is spinning. Before we go into detoxification, so where does the ideas of the microbiome and this idea intersect?
Dr. Cowan: I mean you're full of bacteria. They're hanging around basically digesting your food. The other thing is the microbiome in your gut, I no longer think that we actually get nutrients from eating food. In other words, you don't eat a carrot and absorb something from the carrot. The only reason you eat food is to feed your gut bacteria. They line your intestines and then we essentially eat bacteria poop, and so that's one thing they do. And then they're always at the ready in case you got schmutz in your liver or your lens to try to dissolve it and so they then essentially transmutate into different forms based on where the schmutz is. If it's in your throat, they become strep so that you can digest the poisons in your throat because you ate too much sugar, and you put mercury fillings in your mouth, and you put braces in which act like antenna, and they focus the electromagnetic fields into your tonsils and they kill your tonsillar tissue. You've got to do something with that, so the bacteria says, “It’s fine, we'll help you out. We'll digest it, you'll feel a little pain for a while and then we'll recycle it, and then you'll be good.” Except because we have no sense of this, we think you have an infection. You don't have an infection any more than if you put dead squirrels in your compost and got funky bacteria. No rational person would say your compost pile has a bacterial infection. Or if you cut down a tree in your forest and it's digested by the bacteria and fungus, nobody says the forest has a fungal infection. That's how we recycle stuff. And then if that doesn't work, you start making antibodies, which then we excrete these things called viruses, which are not pathogens ever, no matter what we're told these days or any other days. And we erroneously think we have a viral infection or an autoimmune disease, all we do is we have a virome essentially, which it comes from us. These are not externally sourced things, they're from our own tissues. They're little packages of DNA or RNA, which are excreted as toxins and communication devices.
Dr. Schaffner: Well, we have to really change what we're doing with this model.
Dr. Cowan: We have to change first, how we think. Once you see it, it all becomes clear, a) stop poisoning yourself. And it’s amazing you say that and people say, “No, that can't be.” I mean so right we should poison ourselves, that's a better way. The whole thing is, as they say catawampus, because we have been convinced of things which fundamentally are not how nature designed this. And frankly, when you actually look at the science, they don't make any sense.