AIDS Remission

Introducing The CD4 Restoration Protocol


In today's dominant "traditional" medical paradigm, where all too often a well meaning health professional's formal education can become their most influential limitation, the exploration of new health possibilities becomes essential to making a difference in the quality of people's lives.

There was a time when the first airplane, the first woman doctor and landing on the moon were considered impossibilities by leading experts of the day. What was considered yesterday's impossibility is often taken for granted today.

A few of you may be relentlessly searching for "something" because you have been so ill and frustrated for so long, you now feel desperate. Many of you may find the following information unbelievable, and understandably, will reject it.

With that in mind, we invite your patience in learning about something so completely different, you will not find anything else to compare it to.

We propose the following:

  1. The body as we know it began as a single cell.
  2. That single cell knew how to create an entire body.
  3. The body’s organs including the brain developed simultaneously.
  4. The body is a product of nature and knows what it is doing.
  5. The body does not ignore anything.
  6. The natural state of the body is health.
  7. The body does not know how to be sick or diseased.
  8. Interference to the body’s natural state causes all “disease”.
  9. That interference consists primarily of anything that is not natural or not produced by nature.

The forms of interference are manifested in three basic areas:

  1. Fallacious thoughts.
  2. Fallacious words.
  3. Fallacious deeds.

Definition: in•ter•fer•ence noun.

  1. involvement in something without any invitation or justification.
  2. hindrance or obstruction that prevents a natural or desired outcome.

Definition: fal•la•cious adjective.

  1. containing or involving a mistaken belief or idea.
  2. deceptive or liable to mislead people.

Fallacious thoughts consist of thinking in error. That is, thinking in a way that does not produce healthy results. Fallacious thoughts produce a weakness in the muscles of the body that can actually be measured against thoughts that produce strength in the same muscles.

Fallacious words consist of speaking in error. That is, using words in such a way that does not produce healthy results. Just as with thinking in error, there are words and phrases that produce weakness in the muscles of the body, as well as words and phrases that produce strength in the same muscles.

Fallacious deeds consist of actions that, as with similar thoughts and words, typically do not produce healthy results. This may consist of putting our body or a childs body into unhealthy circumstances or environments that may be harmful, and can include what we breath or ingest into the body. Some Examples of this are:

  1. Any food as produced by nature that has been modified from its natural state.
  2. Any substance including genetically modified biological organisms or food substitutes produced by human means. This also includes all chemicals produced by human means.

An example of the result of using fallacious thoughts and words are belief systems. Usually defined as sets of beliefs that form a unified system such as those in politics or religions. Belief systems are usually transparent but their results are usually not. They most frequently form what most of us think of as our personal reality.

Contrary to our experience of something, beliefs are usually defined as acceptance in our mind that something is true or real, or a confidence that something or someone is effective or will be good for us. An example would be to believe you know what something tastes like without having the experience of what it tastes like. In a way, it’s your minds substitution of the menu for the meal. Logically we know the difference in this example, but seldom do we become aware in life that we have substituted and continue to substitute the menu for the meal in many areas of our life. One is the area of health.

The Placebo Effect is an example of how powerful thoughts can be. Defined as a sense of benefit felt by a patient that arises solely from the idea that a treatment for a health problem has been given to them, the resulting changes in body chemistry and physiology have to be taken into account in any clinically controlled drug testing program So influential are the thoughts, that frequently the Placebo Effect produces results that exceed those hopefully expected by the use of the drug being tested.

This leads us to perhaps the most important question, how does one discern whether a thought, word or deed is false? And what do we mean by false?

To discover, perhaps for the first time, that your body has the ability to discern true from false, beneficial from harmful, we invite you to continue reading.