Electric Vital Life Force Energy
“ATP Energy” the simple remedy for cancer by the book, by a simple deduction; if you are making cakes, and you run low on flour, so your cakes run “low” accordingly, so as your cells are making c-AMP, and you run low on the ingredient “ATP”, so also does your c-AMP production run low, which produces what they call “cancer”.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6wJzAAmZs0E A 5 Minute Video illustrating the effects of “Electric” field enhancement energy on the Red blood cells.
-TI- Ellen G. White Volume 4 The Australian Years 1891-1900
-CT- The Avondale School–Working Toward the Target Date
These diseases will be treated by the most approved methods of hygiene, hydrotherapy, electrotherapy, massage, manual Swedish movement, diet, et cetera. Electric baths, electric vapour baths, sitz baths, salt glows, hot packs, wet sheet packs, massage, et cetera, can be had.–BE, Jan. 11, 1897, and throughout the year.
-TI- Manuscript Releases Volume Nineteen
-CT- Personal News; Love for James White, and Expressions of Strong Confidence
I am now suffering some with my lungs on account of cold. I took an electric bath last night and slept at the institute.
-TI- The Ellen G. White 1888 Materials
-CT- Diary Entries
Visited Henry Miller and had some talk with him that I think was profitable. Called and saw where Mary Stewart was at work, preparing in books all that I have written which has been put into print. At seven p.m. took electric bath. Visited Aunt Mary. Listened to the reading of manuscript for Volume I.
-TI- The Ellen G. White 1888 Materials
-CT- Diary Entries
Battle Creek, January 23, 1891
I went to the sanitarium for treatment. The electric bath I hoped would be beneficial to me. I am sick. I cannot eat anything. My stomach will not take care of food. My physical strength is exhausted. I seem to have no deposit in the bank from which to draw. It seems now it would take but little to put out the lamp of life. But I am not anxious now to sleep
in the grave, because I have more work to do. I have a message to bear to the people. I am much troubled. The work is being swayed in wrong lines. There is a spirit of, “I will not yield, I will not give up that my way is wrong.”
-TI- Manuscript Releases Volume Seven
-CT- Ellen G. White Letters–The Sacred and the Common
Our electric battery, which has been out of repair, is now in working order; and what relief it brings in sickness! Just as the prunes were ready to pick, Brother James was seized with an attack of what he calls lumbago. He had severe pains in his back, and could neither stand straight, nor bend down far enough to unlace his shoes. Sara gave him electricity, Sister James helping where she could. But Sister James was afraid of the battery, and would not touch the sponges. At first Brother James could hardly endure the application of the electricity, but Sara persevered, and wonderful relief came to him. He now thinks that electricity is a marvelous remedy. After the first application, he was able to walk straighter than he had been able to for days, and he continued to improve. Sara has given him electricity three times a day, and he has been able to keep at his work.
The Signs of the Times
Date 06-01-04 (1904) Ellen G. White
The Touch of Faith
As He (our Saviour) was passing, she reached ?? and succeeded in barely touching the ?? of His garment. That moment she knew that she was healed. In that one touch was concentrated the faith of her life, and instantly her pain and feebleness disappeared. Instantly she felt the thrill as of an electric current passing through every fiber of her being. There came over her a sensation of perfect health. “Straightway . . . she felt in her body that she was healed of that plague.”
-Electricity used to help save Ellen Whites life-
-TI- Ellen G. White Volume 3 The Lonely Years 1876-1891
-CT- The Tired Warrior at Rest
A Close Call for Ellen White
The day of James White’s death came close to being just that for Ellen, also. When on Friday evening Dr. Kellogg advised her that James White was failing fast, she had gotten up from her sickbed. Though seeming to be recovering, she was still very ill. She stayed with James through the night and all the next day till his death. Then she almost collapsed. Dr. Kellogg sensed her danger, although she did not. That night he appointed two attendants, and he himself slept close by with clothes on, so that he might be instantly at her side if needed. He charged the two women helpers, Mary Chinnock and Emma Webber: “Watch the pulse and call me at any change.” Not sensing her peril and always thoughtful of others, Ellen White
told the two women that they could sleep. But they did not. She wrote of the experience a little later:
At twelve o’clock at night my pulse stopped. . . . He [Dr. Kellogg] was at my bedside in one minute. I was unable to speak but knew what was going on. I expected to pass away quietly as my husband had done, but the doctor worked unremittingly with the two helpers until three o’clock in the morning.
The strongest electricity was employed;
one stood with a cake of ice and another with a hot sponge and passed first hot, then cold, over the spine for three hours until my pulse, though very weak, and fluttery, was improved. For four nights these faithful hands battled with death and were rewarded by seeing a determined improvement.–Letter 9, 1881.
No affiliation with the following, an example of electricity being used today.
The Electric Pulser (sponges make contact with skin for application of electricity)
1230 West State Road 436
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
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