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From: Gina (
Subject:         Pathogens, not grains
Date: October 5, 2014 at 1:43 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Query for Gina… posted by Paul on October 4, 2014 at 11:30 pm:

Again, Paul, we are talking about pathogens, not the food itself.
The plague is spread commonly by fleas on rodents. Just shows how people should take control of their environment. Diatomaceous earth can kill fleas, so can neem oil. A person can easily treat their whole property.

Since humans are so intelligent, they should make full-proof granaries against rodents.

So is the grain to blame or human omission?

By the way, from the history I have read, herbalists saved lives during the plagues in human histories. Herbs help both humans AND animals. The formulas that help fight infection in humans can be used in animals, just in smaller doses.

Speaking of infections...isn't it strange how Dan McDonald said how an infection spread through WFF 2014? While Leah Branster had a year of hell due to an infection that Doug did not know how to treat or know how to teach his interns how to heal it, the 2014 Woodstock Fruit Festival that was silent to Leah's suffering during the fasting talks was struck by infection. Sounds like karma to me...for the purpose of raising people's awareness.

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