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We are so fortunate today not being victimized by a death-dealing massive epidemic. Yes, there are many diseases still out there, and for those affected they cannot feel thisgood fortune. But I am referring here to the great plagues, It can be argued that humans the ones that decimated huge segments of populations.
and other organisms are disposable For example, influenza killed 21 million people at the packages of genetic material. Our end of the First World War. The Black Death (bubonic plague) purpose, from a strictly biological killed one quarter of Europe's population between 1346 and perspective, is the continuation of 1352. Death was so great, peasants from the countryside had life through our offspring.
to keep moving into the cities to keep them going. UntilWorld War II, more people died in wars from war-borne dis- Our physical and psychological eases than from the battles themselves. Who spread the morevirulent disease to the other side was the determinant of makeup is influenced by the sexual victories, not the brilliant strategy of generals.
imperative far more than most of usrealize or wish to admit. Entire sys- Old World diseases were bad enough, but the toll on na- tems of psychoanalytical therapy tive populations in the New World by the invading conquerors(doing the "will of God") is staggering. The Old World bugs (e.g. Freud) are based upon the included smallpox, measles, influenza, typhus, diphtheria, malaria, mumps, measles, pertussis, plague, tuberculosis and sexual creatures.
When the Canadian Pacific Railroad was built, Native doubt that there are dramatic differ- Americans, having no previous exposure to the white man'sgerms, died of tuberculosis at the rate of almost 10% per ences between the sexes. This can year. In 1520, one slave from Spanish Cuba arrived in Mexico be seen even in the earliest of years.
carrying smallpox. In less than 100 years, the powerful (This is so in spite of vigilant ef- Aztec nation, numbering some 20 million, had plummeted to forts by "rights" groups to blur dis- fewer than two million. History gives the Spanish conquista- dor, Cortez, the credit for subduing the Aztecs with his 600 men, but we now know better. Similarly, when Pizarro went to equality by legal fiat.) Girls with conquer the millions of Peruvian Incas with his 168 men, dolls and boys with trucks and guns smallpox had already paved the way by killing most of the manifest with no coaching from parents, and reflect the respective When Hernando de Soto became the first European conqueror nurturing versus aggressive roles of of the southeastern U. S. in 1540, he found abandoned vil- lages all over the landscape. The European germs had spreadthroughout the land even before he began his march. By the Physically there are the primary time it was over, some 20 million Native Americans became one and secondary sexual characteris- million. When Columbus arrived in 1492, these people wereintact. That means a 95% loss of population in just 50 tics. These features attract the op- posite sex and prepare each sex forreproduction, care-giving and pro- As late as 1837 the Mandan nation was an elaborate cul- tection for the young.
ture of 2000. After exposure to a steamboat of Europeanstraveling up the Missouri River, their numbers fell to about Decreased risk of breast cancer 40 in just a few short weeks. The Indian population ofHispaniola fell from 8 million when Columbus arrived, to zero is directly linked to number of in about 40 years. What the epidemics did not slaughter, the ovulations and children conceived blade and gun finished off.
and nursed. Other research has continued on page 2 demonstrated that fulfilling sexual Page 2 Wysong Health Letter November 1999
This is what I mean by us being fortunate today, but two questions reasonably arise. One is, why did the germs from Europeans attack the natives and not vice versa; and secondly,could such epidemics occur today? Europeans had developed densely populated areas and close proximity to a variety of ani- mals through agriculture. Many of the epidemics that ravaged the Old World were derived fromanimals. For example, measles is closely related to cattle rinderpest disease. Tuberculosisand smallpox are also derived from cattle. Flu, pertussis and malaria, on the other hand,are related to microbes endemic in pigs, dogs, ducks and chickens.
Microbes adapted to the new human hosts, and insect and animal vectors sustained infec- tions because of the proximity of people to one another and the lack of well-developed publicsanitation and public utilities. Because of the scale of population and its wide geographicdistribution, even lethal disease did not kill everyone. Over time the diseases subsided asthe population became resistant.
On the other hand, New World peoples were more thinly scattered and were still in the hunter-gatherer mode. They left their refuse behind as they moved in nomadic life (as op-posed to wallowing in it as the European cities were doing), and had not developed the closeagricultural ties with animals. Thus the epidemic diseases had not taken root and thetribelets had not developed immunity. Nor could their small populations evolve epidemicdiseases to give back to the invaders.
Could we today fall victim to a new epidemic as serious as those in the past? Most cer- tainly. Microbes are constantly adapting and evolving, looking for new opportunity for foodand homes (like us). Our protection is not "medical research" and new vaccines. As I havepointed out in previous issues, the epidemics were not vanquished by vaccines or chemothera-peutic agents. These diseases had already experienced the majority of their natural declinein the population before medicines were even introduced.
The great plagues subsided due to natural resistance that develops. A good example of this is illustrated by the rabbit population that was overrunning Australian farm fields inthe 1940s. To cure the problem, the myxomatosis virus, with a 99.8% mortality in rabbits,was introduced. But by the second year the mortality dropped to 90% and shortly thereafterfell to 25%. No vaccine, no medicine, just innate resistance and adaptation.
The other two reasons the epidemics declined were better food distribution (nutrition – it's pretty hard to have much resistance if you're working in the fields 16 hours a day andonly eating potatoes and mycotoxin-laced moldy bread), and better sanitation (getting thefeces and urine out of the streets). The heroes are therefore the trucker and the plumber,not the doctor.
There will always be diseases. We can take lessons from history and learn how to in- crease our odds. Moving to an area with less population density is one preventative. Othersinclude good hygiene, good nutrition, healthy living with exercise, clean water and air.
These are the things of health and resistance. This is the essence of the Optimal Health Program and your best hope for health and survival, come what may.
activity in women is also linked to sexual self-worth goes hand in hand harm depending upon how these en- with physical and mental health.
ergies are focused.
A man's sense of strength, per- Who primarily commits violent On the other hand, when male ception of attractiveness to women, crime in society? Is it not young hormone levels start to ebb in later feelings of being loved and de- men in the heyday of their testoster- years, health decline parallels. Men pended upon, financial success, re- one surge? Sexuality and health at will experience loss of muscle mass, spect, and feeling accepted are all their peak create the potential for lowered energy levels, decreased intricately tied to sexuality. Male either great accomplishment or great immunity, increased susceptibility The Wysong Health Letter is published monthly by Wysong Institute, 1880 N. Eastman, Midland, Michigan 48642-7779, Email: [email protected].
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pounded. This is at least part of the Another study including over 200 mechanism for the adverse effects of anabolic steroids taken by ath- impotence showed effectiveness in letes and body builders.
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with which immediatepowerful results may oc-cur (often with a tradeoffof powerfully dangerousside effects). Problemsthat may have developedin the body over decadescannot be expected to beresolved in a day or two.
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Other Things To Do
Follow the guidelines in the Wysong Optimal Health Program (refer to page 8 ), with special emphasis on:
1. Increasing the consumption of meats and organs (organic if possible), and decrease grain and sugar consumption.
2. Exercise regularly, especially weight-bearing exercise 2-3 times weekly. Challenge yourself and push to increase strength.
3. Become a little narcissistic; spend time in dress and grooming to improve your appearance.
4. Increase pleasant
5. Find a companion who makes you feel good about yourself (a powerful aphrodisiac).
6. Engage in a competitive sport and strive for excellence. Testosterone levels rise in response to competition and threat.
7. Dating and actively romancing your partner will cause testosterone to rise. Lethargy, inactivity, security, and contentedness
all dull the body's need for and ability to produce testosterone.
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