Now you know something, somebody is being caught with their hand in the cookie jar. Go read the herbal books that our brothers wrote and in all of them they got garlic. Boy they in trouble because after you have read these books and have not received from these books any cure and then you have these things in there that doesn’t work. What is he gonna do now? Is he gonna tell you guys, I’m sorry. What saved me from saying I’m sorry is that Mrs. Holloman. Mrs. Holloman is a woman that I was treating in Los Angeles. I was a very young healer, maybe a year into to it. I’m rubbing her legs with the salve, this salve works for anything rest assured: headaches, backaches, I mean even stretch marks, it to removes them, hemorrhoid.
Just name it, this salve works. So I’m rubbing her legs and the circulation begin to re-establish. She said to me, what am I going to eat? I said drink plenty carrot juice, drink beet juice, drink celery juice and the woman said stop. She said, son you know how old I am? I said yes, maybe 94. She said well I didn’t get to 94 for being stupid. I didn’t get 94 being stupid and what you just told me was something very stupid.
I said, why mam? All the book said that garlic is a food and so is the celery and so is their carrots, you mix them together. She said, son those things are made. I said what mam, made by who? They come out the ground mam. God made everything that come out the ground. No son, she said no that’s why you’re crazy, don’t do that right now, don’t say that. I said but mam all the book says it, that’s what the book says. That’s what miss Holloman is telling me that what the book says. God isn’t saying that and that’s true. She said what you do, don’t tell anyone that your healer.
Stop, just stop. Stop doing what you’re doing because you don’t want anyone in the future to do this. You told me something wrong, don’t do it. Well I was working as a steam engineer I would do this on the side. So I, she told me to go to university of Arizona, department of agriculture, industrial agriculture, plant husbandry. I went to UCLA, I went to Minnesota, I asked for books that was related to the subject of agriculture and guess what I found… That everything you find in a supermarket was made.