From: Peter Bowditch on
"Carole" <hubbca(a)iimetro.com.au> wrote:

>Some good Hulda Clark links at
>http://www.electroherbalism.com/Bioelectronics/HuldaClark/index.htm
>
>Including a link to one of her earlier books, 'The Cure for all Diseases'
>which is online in pdf format.
>
>I'm going to have a read and find out just what she is all about.

While you are doing that you might like to think why, after offering
the cure for all diseases, she needed to go on with a book about all
cancer and then follow this with a book about curing advanced cancer.
Shouldn't each book have been included in the one before it?

>
>Carole
>www.cellsalts.net
>
>
>
>
>

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From: Peter Bowditch on
jurimed2(a)yahoo.com wrote:

>On Jan 1, 6:58�am, Martin <idontwantno(a)spam> wrote:
>> On Tue, 1 Jan 2008 22:20:48 +1100, "Carole" <hub...(a)iimetro.com.au>
>> wrote:
>>
>> >Some good Hulda Clark links at
>> >http://www.electroherbalism.com/Bioelectronics/HuldaClark/index.htm
>>
>> >Including a link to one of her earlier books, 'The Cure for all Diseases'
>> >which is online in pdf format.
>>
>> >I'm going to have a read and find out just what she is all about.
>>
>> >Carole
>> >www.cellsalts.net
>>
>> Carole, why would you waste even one minute reading any of her stuff,
>> other than out of morbid curiosity, since she can not produce even one
>> person her 'Cure' has cured? Don't you have a life?
>> And how about this: first she published this book which supposedly
>> contains the cure for *all* diseases, then she published a book with
>> the cure for cancer. That should have been in the first book, since
>> it's the cure for *all* disease. Something doesn't add up here Carole.
>
>Martin (poor peter)

Is that a suggestion that Martin is me or vice versa?

What is this obsession quacks and their supporters have with
conflating people who point out the idiocy and venality of charlatans?
Is it a way to convince themselves that the number of people who
disagree with them is less than it really is?

>
>Clark made a "video" called "The Cure." Since you are in to videos,
>maybe that would help you "get it."

My daughter has a CD by The Cure. It is just as useful as a guide to
treatment of disease as anything by charlatan Clark.

I notice that you haven't addressed the problem of Clark claiming to
have the cure for ALL diseases and then needing to write books about
specific diseases. Was she lying when she said she had "The Cure for
All Disease"?

>
>Amused in California...
>
>Tim Bolen

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From: Debbee on
On Jan 1, 6:58 am, Martin <idontwantno(a)spam> wrote:

>>Something doesn't add up here Carole.

Then quit using your fingers, and get a calculation, Martin!! LOL

Kind of like what doesn't seem to add up on the Quackwatch pages.....I
tried
a calculation on that site, and couldn't get the information to add up
there either...
hmmm...must be an epidemic!


From: Carole on

"Martin" <idontwantno(a)spam> wrote in message
news:e0lkn35p87rql3v1vg219g8sgv9edbe14j(a)4ax.com...
> On Tue, 1 Jan 2008 22:20:48 +1100, "Carole" <hubbca(a)iimetro.com.au>
> wrote:
>
> >Some good Hulda Clark links at
> >http://www.electroherbalism.com/Bioelectronics/HuldaClark/index.htm
> >
> >Including a link to one of her earlier books, 'The Cure for all Diseases'
> >which is online in pdf format.
> >
> >I'm going to have a read and find out just what she is all about.
> >
> >Carole
> >www.cellsalts.net
>
> Carole, why would you waste even one minute reading any of her stuff,
> other than out of morbid curiosity, since she can not produce even one
> person her 'Cure' has cured? Don't you have a life?

I see what you mean about her methods. If I was her, and trying to sell an
unconventional theory such as fluke worms, I would go into more detail to
explain why people had never seen them before and how researchers had missed
them.
She says these parasites exist because their frequency shows up with the
zapper -- maybe. (I need to think about it a bit more.)

She gives a fair few areas where she zaps parasites and then advises on
avoiding pollutants which she says is their breeding ground, for example
isopropyl alcohol encourages fluke worms. She's never seen a cancer case
without these fluke worms. Maybe the reason that nobody sees them is that
they change their form into something tiny or looks like something else.

Hulda has quite a few books - see http://www.drclark.com/

The cure for all diseases
The cure for all cancers
The cure for all advanced cancers
The cure for HIV and AIDS
Book "Syncrometer Science Laboratory Manual"
Book "The Prevention of all Cancers
Book "The Tooth Truth"

As well as her books there are -- videos, detox products, vitamins, zappers
etc.
And on another part of the website there is a page soliciting donations --
why?

> And how about this: first she published this book which supposedly
> contains the cure for *all* diseases, then she published a book with
> the cure for cancer. That should have been in the first book, since
> it's the cure for *all* disease. Something doesn't add up here Carole.

Carole
www.cellsalts.net
www.conspiracee.com




From: Martin on
On Tue, 1 Jan 2008 14:30:55 -0800 (PST), Debbee
<Butterflies2222(a)yahoo.com> wrote:

>On Jan 1, 6:58�am, Martin <idontwantno(a)spam> wrote:
>
>>>Something doesn't add up here Carole.
>
>Then quit using your fingers, and get a calculation, Martin!! LOL

I think you mean 'calculator'. Well, you know, I guess I'm a bit
eccentric. I use a slide rule. Not that I was born way before the age
of calculators.

>Kind of like what doesn't seem to add up on the Quackwatch pages.....I
>tried a calculation on that site, and couldn't get the information to add up
>there either...
>hmmm...must be an epidemic!

Why don't you zap it? Or is that Zap(tm) it?