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Re: What makes you a witch???
« Reply #30 on: August 08, 2006, 03:01:46 PM »
well, i don't have to worry about that, either way...perhaps my goddess finds my lust for life too appealing to curb me through such a cruel punishment.
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Re: What makes you a witch???
« Reply #31 on: August 08, 2006, 03:17:34 PM »
Yes, that is a warranted emotion, particularly if the said warts were of the "genital" persuasion.

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Re: What makes you a witch???
« Reply #32 on: August 08, 2006, 05:15:44 PM »
my favorite trick i learned out of a folk magick book was concerning taking an onion and rubbing it on warts three times saying something like out warts into onion, and then bury the onion, as it rots the warts will fade away...i woke up one morning and they were gone.

the odd part is that i had them burned off, they came back, i had them frozen off, they came back...and finally i tried the onion...now i have three little scars on my mount of venus to attest that, something made them go away.

I heard it was a potato, that went well for my brother. Strangly, my mothers boss(whom is a doctor) told us to do it.
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Re: What makes you a witch???
« Reply #33 on: August 08, 2006, 05:21:46 PM »
my favorite trick i learned out of a folk magick book was concerning taking an onion and rubbing it on warts three times saying something like out warts into onion, and then bury the onion, as it rots the warts will fade away...i woke up one morning and they were gone.

the odd part is that i had them burned off, they came back, i had them frozen off, they came back...and finally i tried the onion...now i have three little scars on my mount of venus to attest that, something made them go away.

I heard it was a potato, that went well for my brother. Strangly, my mothers boss(whom is a doctor) told us to do it.

maybe there are certain chemicals in some vegetables that work in counteracting the wart creating stuff?(can't think of the proper name for it at this time)
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Re: What makes you a witch???
« Reply #34 on: August 08, 2006, 05:24:11 PM »
my favorite trick i learned out of a folk magick book was concerning taking an onion and rubbing it on warts three times saying something like out warts into onion, and then bury the onion, as it rots the warts will fade away...i woke up one morning and they were gone.

the odd part is that i had them burned off, they came back, i had them frozen off, they came back...and finally i tried the onion...now i have three little scars on my mount of venus to attest that, something made them go away.

I heard it was a potato, that went well for my brother. Strangly, my mothers boss(whom is a doctor) told us to do it.

maybe there are certain chemicals in some vegetables that work in counteracting the wart creating stuff?(can't think of the proper name for it at this time)

Possible, but if there was then doctors still wouldnt use the freeze and burn techniques.
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Re: What makes you a witch???
« Reply #35 on: August 08, 2006, 05:34:31 PM »
the wart creating stuff?(can't think of the proper name for it at this time)

human papilloma virus

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Re: What makes you a witch???
« Reply #36 on: August 08, 2006, 05:45:56 PM »
the wart creating stuff?(can't think of the proper name for it at this time)

human papilloma virus

you and your knowledges... :wink:
my favorite trick i learned out of a folk magick book was concerning taking an onion and rubbing it on warts three times saying something like out warts into onion, and then bury the onion, as it rots the warts will fade away...i woke up one morning and they were gone.

the odd part is that i had them burned off, they came back, i had them frozen off, they came back...and finally i tried the onion...now i have three little scars on my mount of venus to attest that, something made them go away.

I heard it was a potato, that went well for my brother. Strangly, my mothers boss(whom is a doctor) told us to do it.

maybe there are certain chemicals in some vegetables that work in counteracting the wart creating stuff?(can't think of the proper name for it at this time)

Possible, but if there was then doctors still wouldnt use the freeze and burn techniques.

what would allow him to charge more, a potatoe, an onion or the chemicals to remove them?
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Re: What makes you a witch???
« Reply #37 on: August 09, 2006, 10:11:45 AM »

what would allow him to charge more, a potatoe, an onion or the chemicals to remove them?

 %*)BINGO!  And don't forget the drug companies who figure into this racket.

People who are interested in natural healing might like curezone.com.  It's HUGE, with lots of information - you have to wade through and sift out what you believe is really good.

My favorite is Ask Dr. Stoll or Walt Stoll Bulletin Board.  He's an MD who went into holistic medicine, got his license lifted in Kentucky on some bogus charges and retired to Florida.  He's elderly now and not in the best of health, but he has maintained this bulletin board and has a literal library of archived information.

Dr. Stoll also says "it's all about the money."

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Re: What makes you a witch???
« Reply #38 on: August 09, 2006, 10:17:32 AM »
the wart creating stuff?(can't think of the proper name for it at this time)

human papilloma virus

I have this.  I was a virgin when I married my first husband.  He wasn't - he had been with a prostitute without using protection, in addition to anyone else he could get in bed during his younger years.  I went to the doctor when 'warts' appeared and he told me what they were.  I had never heard of this before.  After several months the warts went away on their own, but the doctor told me I would always have the HPV virus.  It put me at a much higher risk for cervical cancer, which I have had.  Fortunately it was caught in the early stages and treated.

So Viper is very correct to call it 'roulette'.

Ladies, PAP tests are extremely important.  I've had breast cancer too, but the mammogram test isn't as reliable as doctors would like us to think.  The very best way to find a lump is to check yourself in the shower with soapy hands.  That's how I found my lump.  The mammogram machine couldn't find it.  I had to keep showing them where I felt it.  (Just felt like sharing that one.)

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Re: What makes you a witch???
« Reply #39 on: August 09, 2006, 02:22:44 PM »

Ladies, PAP tests are extremely important. I've had breast cancer too, but the mammogram test isn't as reliable as doctors would like us to think. The very best way to find a lump is to check yourself in the shower with soapy hands. That's how I found my lump. The mammogram machine couldn't find it. I had to keep showing them where I felt it. (Just felt like sharing that one.)

Apperently according to the Statistic it men who usiually discover the unusual lumps in breat cancer.

I have a theory about alot of the diseases, especially Cancer may be related to electromagntic fields caused by technology weaking our personal fields so that it deflects less radiation.
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Re: What makes you a witch???
« Reply #40 on: August 09, 2006, 05:22:17 PM »
That's an interesting theory... It sounds like it could make sense, anyway. Or it could be that technology emits more radiation, thus the same is getting deflected, but more is not.

I shall have to try that onion thing on my foot wart...just the one. I had it for about a year in elementary school, it went away for years, then it came back, went away, and came back again. :roll: Or maybe the potato...my eyes hate fresh onions!

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Re: What makes you a witch???
« Reply #41 on: August 10, 2006, 01:59:09 AM »

I have a theory about alot of the diseases, especially Cancer may be related to electromagntic fields caused by technology weaking our personal fields so that it deflects less radiation.

I think that's possible, although I believe in my case it was caused by an overall weakening of my immune system due to stress and depression.   Dr. Dean Ornish addresses this possibility in his book "Love and Survival".

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Re: What makes you a witch???
« Reply #42 on: August 23, 2006, 01:11:44 PM »
Going back to toads/frogs...

Frog froth to treat wounds

(Robin McKie, science editor, The Observer, August 20, 2006)

The Tungara frog of Trinidad is an amphibian of unusual habits. When females lay eggs in ponds, their mates build huge balls of froth around them. These act as nests that protect their delicate, developing offspring. But those froth balls are proving to be very special.

Scientists have found that they contain a new type of detergent, as well as anti-microbial agents. Researchers are trying to isolate and develop this chemical to make new drugs and medicines.

"This material is amazing," said Professor Malcolm Kennedy, of Glasgow University's biology department. "You could imagine using this stuff as an emergency spray on soldiers injured by shell blasts or on burns victims. It could provide immediate protection for the wound and stop infections spreading. These frogs lay their eggs in stinking pools bursting with microbes. Yet none of their eggs gets infected, thanks to the froth that the frogs create. This not only prevents microbial growth, but holds its structure for many days. It is astonishing stuff."

The adult Tungara frog, Physalaemus pustulosus, is found across much of South and Central America, as well as in the Caribbean. After the female lays eggs in pools of rainwater and secretes a fluid containing a special detergent-like chemical, the male fertilises the eggs and then creates the froth by kicking the liquid vigorously with its hind legs.

The Tungara detergent does no damage to the fertilised eggs, and may have important uses. 'In particular, it could be used to clear up oil spills, replacing standard detergents which can cause considerable environmental damage on their own,' said Kennedy.

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Re: What makes you a witch???
« Reply #43 on: August 23, 2006, 02:39:02 PM »
That's an interesting theory... It sounds like it could make sense, anyway. Or it could be that technology emits more radiation, thus the same is getting deflected, but more is not.

I shall have to try that onion thing on my foot wart...just the one. I had it for about a year in elementary school, it went away for years, then it came back, went away, and came back again. :roll: Or maybe the potato...my eyes hate fresh onions!
I know a herb that heals that, but dont know what its called in english, I will have to find a photo, it has littlle yellow flowers, and when you break it it leaks yellow juice, you put that juice on the wart and the wart dries in few days never to come back...I know it helped me with the only wart i ever had in my life

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Re: What makes you a witch???
« Reply #44 on: August 24, 2006, 05:43:57 AM »
Going back to toads/frogs...

Frog froth to treat wounds

(Robin McKie, science editor, The Observer, August 20, 2006)

The Tungara frog of Trinidad is an amphibian of unusual habits. When females lay eggs in ponds, their mates build huge balls of froth around them. These act as nests that protect their delicate, developing offspring. But those froth balls are proving to be very special.

Scientists have found that they contain a new type of detergent, as well as anti-microbial agents. Researchers are trying to isolate and develop this chemical to make new drugs and medicines.

"This material is amazing," said Professor Malcolm Kennedy, of Glasgow University's biology department. "You could imagine using this stuff as an emergency spray on soldiers injured by shell blasts or on burns victims. It could provide immediate protection for the wound and stop infections spreading. These frogs lay their eggs in stinking pools bursting with microbes. Yet none of their eggs gets infected, thanks to the froth that the frogs create. This not only prevents microbial growth, but holds its structure for many days. It is astonishing stuff."

The adult Tungara frog, Physalaemus pustulosus, is found across much of South and Central America, as well as in the Caribbean. After the female lays eggs in pools of rainwater and secretes a fluid containing a special detergent-like chemical, the male fertilises the eggs and then creates the froth by kicking the liquid vigorously with its hind legs.

The Tungara detergent does no damage to the fertilised eggs, and may have important uses. 'In particular, it could be used to clear up oil spills, replacing standard detergents which can cause considerable environmental damage on their own,' said Kennedy.

i never cease to be amazed at what, or where science discovers this stuff, it must be their assitants...i mean, who comes up with the idea to examine, frog froth? 

"What, ten minutes late?  Here, go take a sample of this."  ;)
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