Ink

Sunday

13 of October

Well, friends, today the crazy rockers of the world are whooping it up at the Corona Capital while I sit in the wake of the setting sun in Puerto Aventuras at the Kanders’ home. Chris and I hung out at the house a bit before skipping off to go pool hopping, a pastime that works along the lines of movie hopping, if you know what I mean. We ended up at the chain locked gate to the local cenote, just a couple blocks from their house. I jumped up and slipped over the gate, beckoning to Chris to hurry up and climb over the nuisance of a fence. He hopped over, and the two of us ran along the dirt path to the place where the ground drops mysteriously to water a couple feet down. It gives the effect of a cup half filled, and at the bottom of the cup is the strangely illuminated floor of the cenote, in some places, over fifty feet down. I imagine it leads to an underground aquifer connected to the beach. The sun had set, and the surface of the water was eerily ink black, and of course freezing cold- it had a sinister atmosphere about it, with the hidden location behind locked gates and the deep, empty silence of it’s waters with the rusting ladder sunk below the surface. The mosquitos began to creep out with a haunting whine that told Chris and I it was time to go.

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  1. My story as a great-grandfather is about keeping adults, teens, children and infants alive before and if they contract dengue fever. I share this with you today:

    Medical doctors such as Doctor Sanath Hettige MBBS, DFM, MCGP, MD, and research institutions such the King Institute Of Preventive Medicine and Ayurevda Researchers, have been advocating, scientifically researched and endorsed papaya leaf extract (PLXC)

    In 2008, Dr. Hettige began revealing his discovery that PLXC was indeed a rapid cure for dengue fever. In 2011, in a letter to the editor of the British Medical Journal he reveals again his field work with citizens who opted not to seek hospital admissions. All persons self-administered the cure in their homes, and were cured without exceptions.

    In 2012, The Times Of India reported the scientific research findings and endorsements of the two research institutions mentioned in the first paragraph of this posting;

    Home cure for dengue death sting – 12 Dec 2012
    Neem-papaya juice passes dengue test – 20 December 2012

    If the PLXC simple method of preparation was brought to the doorsteps of citizens, included with the much touted universal vector control To-Do-List- dengue fever would be buried instead of adults, teens, children, and infants.

    Why is this information being kept from citizens? Has it do with CCRR (class, color, race, and religion? PLXC will benefit all, street beggar or extremely wealthy, medical professionals or infants who have the highest mortality rate due to their under-developed immune systems.

    The informed do not die of dengue fever, nor suffer for long periods of time when contracting the disease. Neither will you.

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