Hippocratic Hypocrisy – A tale of two snakes (1)
Hippocratic Hypocrisy: A collaborative film by Spacebusters and Dr. Andrew Kaufman about how authentic medicine was hijacked by the power elite and turned into a deadly, sickness for profit industry.
This tale of two snakes is the story of how medicine in the United States, and eventually the world, was subverted into a commerce business enterprise with the central goal of creating and maintaining illness throughout the population for profit.
We have been kept from fully developing our potential to reason, our intuition, to become enlightened and to be the godlike beings that is our true nature. Animal man can be domesticated and controlled. Enlightened man cannot.
The unholy trinity of corporate allopathic medicine, which is our mainstream medical system today – utilizing synthetic Big Pharma drugs, surgery and radiation – drains the body’s corpuscles through medical treatment strategies based on suppressing symptoms through synthetic drugs instead of targeting the cause of disease and removing it.
What causes disease or cellular dis-ease?
Toxic industrial environments. Toxic foods. Over-acidic diets. Polluted air and water. Prolonged states of mental stress and emotional distress. Lack of sleep. Drugs. Alcohol. Cigarettes. Electrosmog. Heavy-metal poisoning. Vaccines. And even prescription drugs.
The Rod of Asclepius has been the exoteric symbol for medical healing since as far back as 1400 to 1200 BC. He was the son of Apollo, the god of healing, immortalized forever in the stars as Ophiuchus, the serpent holder standing on the male genital phallus and corpuscle destroyer, Scorpio, which we’ll cover in the plot twist at the end of this film.
It is the staff with the single snake, completely misunderstood exotericly, to be a symbol of the snakes possession of anti-venom against its own poisons and its ability to shed its skin and renew – an exoteric symbol of longevity and immortality.
But in 1902 a captain in the US Army Medical Corps mistook the caduceus for the Rod of Asclepius and he proposed the adoption of the caduceus as the Medical Corps official symbol. The two-snake caduceus is the symbol of the Roman god Mercury, whereas the one-snake rod is the symbol of Asclepius.
Before 1902, the caduceus was used as a symbol for commerce and companies in printing, as Mercury or Hermes was the messenger of the gods. It was used in mining, chemistry and metallurgy, as alchemy was a hermetic science. Exoterically Mercury is the god of commerce, trade, merchants, outlaws, thieves and tricksters and is represented by two serpents to show the opposing meanings of polarization.
One snake is the healing – remediating and curative – the upward flow of living corpuscles from the spleen to the cerebral crown chakra, supporting positive energy, inner development and enlightenment. The other serpent is the poisonous, debilitating, drainage of the living corpuscles away from the higher-self, body and mind. It is this second serpent that has infiltrated medicine. It has convinced us that paying for poison is the cure for cellular poisoning.
It is no accident that this symbol was first adopted by the army. The bogus germ theory, driving allopathic medicine, states that microorganisms invade our bodies and require military defense. This model of disease, the warfare model, where illness comes from an uncontrollable enemy outside of us, necessitates a drug from the medical machine as our only chance of survival. We fight this imagined enemy with chemical weapons and machines, just as any warfare.
Allopathic medicine blames these enemy diseases on bad genes or evil germs, mysterious and deadly cancers, unexplained autoimmune and neurodegenerative diseases, and many more – always outside of our control with causes unknown and no ability to address or reverse ourselves. Thus, we are dependent on the medical system to rescue us.
How did this happen?
In 1847 the American Medical Association (AMA) was founded. The largest association of medical students and physicians – both doctors of medicine and doctors of osteopathy, which is a type of alternative medicine – much of which is now said to have no therapeutic value and is labeled pseudoscience by the medical cartel.
From the very beginning, the AMA urged all state governments to adopt measures to register all births, marriages and deaths, which is a form of commerce itself – the way shipments are registered to port authorities as property of the receiving country’s government. In 1897 the AMA incorporated into a private corporation and by 1899 they were already pushing for mandatory, untested smallpox vaccinations. Then, in 1901, the AMA started a committee on national legislation, starting the trend of non-elected NGOs directing elected lawmakers policy decisions.
In 1905 they created the Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry to set standards for drug manufacturing and advertising, asking drug companies to show proof of effectiveness of their drugs or pay corrupt bribes to “Doc” Simmons in order to advertise those drugs in the Journal of the American Medical Association. They basically became the first drug catalog sales reps. Obviously, drug manufacturers had great incentive to get in good favors with “Doc” Simmons and the AMA, later known as the Big Pharma revolving door.
But the real horror started in 1904 when the AMA founded the Council on Medical Education to regulate medical schools and what type of medicine could be taught in them. As osteopathic and homeopathic medicine had no commercial profit incentive to these snakes, they had to go. From its earliest inception, the American Medical Association has had one principal objective: attaining and defending a total monopoly of the practice of medicine in the United States.
From its outset, the AMA made the unholy trinity of allopathy the basis of its practice. Allopathy set up an intense rivalry with the prevalent 19th century School of Medicine, the practice of homeopathy.
The AMA is one of the biggest frauds in history, involved in medical bribery, racketeering, corruption, coercion, and deception. The former quack heads of the organization – like the failed journalist “Doc” Simmons, who never attended a medical school or worked for an actual hospital, and his protege Dr. Morris Fishbein, an aspiring circus trapeze artist and part-time opera singer who never worked a day as a physician in his life, but somehow headed the American Medical Association – were to set the standard for the disgraceful fraud still going on to this day. You can find the shocking details of this in the first two chapters of the book Murder by Injection.
In 1907 the American Medical Association involved the Carnegie Foundation in elaborating a book-length study of medical education in the United States and Canada, also known as the Carnegie Foundation Bulletin, Number Four. Its author, Abraham Flexner, was an ambitious educator, neither a physician nor a medical scientist, but the brother of Simon Flexner, employed by the Rockefeller Institute for medical research. Later on, Flexner became the first director of the Rockefeller philanthropy programs in medical education.
Andrew Carnegie was regarded as the second richest man in history after John D. Rockefeller. While Carnegie played a leading role in the American steel industry and education, Rockefeller was interested in the oil industry and medical research.
Flexner’s report was published in 1910 and the purpose was to improve the quality of medical service by establishing professional medical education based on mainstream scientific principles.
But what was accepted as science in the early 20th century? The theory of materialism – rising in the 17th century – holds that the only existing thing is matter, everything is composed of material and all phenomena (including consciousness, human soul and spirit) are the result of material interactions. In other words, matter is the only substance.
Scientific materialism or physicalism became the philosophical position of the early 20th century. The main statement of physicalism is that there are no kinds of things other than physical things.
Before the Flexner Report was released, twice as many physicians practiced alternative medicine than conventional allopathic medicine, and medical knowledge was taught in small private schools all over the United States. The report changed everything. And backed by the police power of each American state, medical schools were obliged to follow the trends set by the Carnegie Foundation.
The Flexner Report stated that the human body belongs to the animal world. It is put together of tissues and organs. It grows, reproduces itself, decays, according to general laws. It is liable to attack by hostile physical and biological agencies. Herbs, homeopathy, chiropractic & massage were demoted as quackery. Small medical schools were either closed or merged into universities financially supported by large industrial companies. In less than 10 years the number of medical schools dropped from 650 to just 50. The number of medical students decreased from 7500 to 2500 and they were unable to afford the high education fees.
The report included a detailed regulation of medical education and pharmacology as the only solution against dreadful diseases. According to the present day consequences of this report, no medical school can be created without the permission of government and medical research adheres fully to the protocols of scientific research of the 1910s – materialism, medication and vaccination.
Supply of physicians were restricted, incomes of the remaining practitioners raised, and conventional medical schools began to be centralized. In 1997 the WHO obtained full control over medicine, as the validity of the Flexner report extended worldwide. And what was the long-term result of reforming medical education and practice?
Hardly any news on the media.
According to the 2003 medical report Death by Medicine, 784,000 people in the United States die every year from conventional medicine mistakes. This is 16,400% of the victims of September 11th, 2001– the equivalent of six jumbo jet crashes a day for an entire year. A hundred and six thousand of these deaths each year are from prescription drugs.
The United States spends 282 billion dollars annually on deaths due to medical mistakes or iatrogenic deaths. According to a 1995 US iatrogenic report, the annual automobile accident mortality rate is 45,000 people. On the other hand, annually over a million patients get injured in hospitals and 280,000 of these cases result in death.
In 2004 the US spent 1.4 trillion dollars, 15,5% of the GDP, on health care. More than one third was paid to the pharmaceutical industry. In 2010 alone, the top 20 pharmaceutical companies profited the equivalent of $97 per person times six billion people. Back in 2001 Pfizer was the number-one most profitable company – with 7.8 billion dollar profit – of all the Fortune 500 companies.
In 2002 the combined profits of the top 10 drug companies of the Fortune 500 were nearly 36 billion dollars. That is more than the profits of the other 490 businesses put together.
Read the second part of the article
October 31 2020