Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
With the release of this paper, Stichting the Keshe Foundation for the first time in its history opens the doors of its research to the public for a glimpse into one of its most closely guarded research programs. This is the application of its spaceship program plasma technology in the domain of health in order to overcome and/or reverse some of the ailments, which the present world of science and medicine has no solutions for.
We have developed the health section of our spaceship program because we believe the spacecraft of the future will not be able to carry all the medicines and doctors of every discipline required to cover all aspects of the health needs of people in long-haul deep space travel. In order to meet every eventual medical need there would be more medicine than food and more doctors than passengers on board these craft.
In our health program we have set out to understand the fundamental basis and cause of each illness in the magnetical and gravitational structure of the human cell. From this we are striving to build one unifying health system that works in the same way as the human body and that can be used in space for all ailments by simply adjusting the operation of the body’s system so as to help it overcome any problem.
In view of our development of plasma technology and its applications, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) should no longer be a death sentence handed out by doctors, who tell their patients in the same breath that there is nothing that can be done to save their lives as the present world of science has no cure for this killing disease. The present medical world cannot explain the origin of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or what triggers this process in the human body.
From our research we can with confidence state that amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a reversible condition in most cases, if it is discovered at the right time and handled in the right way by a competent team of physicians.
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