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The Humanley Podcast Episode 60


Episode 60: Dr. Thomas Dykstra - Entomologist Explains Why Insects Don't Attack Healthy Plants

Entomologist, Dr. Thomas Dykstra, eloquently explains terrain theory, but from the perspective of plants and insects. 

Most people assume that insects randomly attack any and all plants, and that their main focus in life, is to make farmers and gardeners lives hard, by wreaking havoc amongst crops and gardens, but this couldn't be further from the truth. In this podcast, Entomologist, Dr. Thomas Dykstra explains why insects aren't there to cause problems, but are actually the answer to the problem.

In simple terms, plants become unhealthy first, then insects come along to return the unhealthy plant back to the earth, because the plant is no longer viable. Insects also consume toxic pesticides, herbicides and fungicides and convert them in to less toxic substances that other organisms in nature can utilise for their survival.

Parallel's can be drawn between insects and plants and germs...

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 58


Episode 58: Dr. Tom Cowan - Leading The Charge in to a New Age of Medicine

Dr. Tom Cowan is a medical doctor and author of some of the most thought-provoking books in the field of health and medicine including Human Heart, Cosmic Heart which challenges the theory that the heart is a pump, Cancer and the New Biology of Water, and most recently, his best-selling book The Contagion Myth.

Dr. Cowan has played a pivotal role in helping me grow enormously not only as a clinician, but as a human being over the last several years. He has a no-nonsense approach and asks some of the deepest and most pertinent questions of any medical doctor, or human being I have ever come across. His unique way of questioning scientific dogma's like virology, microbiology, anatomy and physiology, amongst others, has served as the catalyst for thousands of health professionals across the world to re-evaluate everything they thought they knew about health and disease.

In this podcast, Dr. Cowan shares his...

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 57


Episode 57: Dr. Saeed Qureshi - Non-sense non-science

Dr. Qureshi is an internationally recognized scientist. For the past 40 years, including 30 years with Health Canada, he has been involved in the isolation, characterization, and testing of food and pharmaceutical substances.

Dr. Qureshi obtained his Ph.D. under the guidance of (late) Prof. M. Verzele (University of Ghent, Belgium), a world-renowned scientist in separation and isolation science using techniques such as counter-current distribution (CCD) technique and modern techniques of chromatography (gas and liquid) coupled with mass spectrometry.

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic episode, he has been educating and guiding people about the unfortunate use of false, in fact, fraudulent science in virus isolation, testing, and vaccine development. 

In this podcast, Dr. Qureshi gives a thought provoking presentation about the science, or lack thereof, in regards to virus isolation, v*ccin*e efficacy and the issues...

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 53


Episode 53: Roman Bystrianyk - Dissolving Illusions

Roman Bystrianyk has been researching the history of diseases and vaccines since 1998. He has an extensive background in health and nutrition as well as a B.S. in engineering and M.S. in computer science. He co-authored the book Dissolving Illusions, with Dr. Suzanne Humpries, which has received significant attention, praise and criticism, since being published in 2013. 

Dissolving Illusions details facts and figures from long-overlooked medical journals, books, newspapers, and other sources. Using myth-shattering graphs, this book shows that vaccines, antibiotics, and other medical interventions are not responsible for the increase in lifespan and the decline in mortality from infectious diseases. If the medical profession could systematically misinterpret and ignore key historical information, the question must be asked, “What else is ignored and misinterpreted today?”

In this podcast, Roman joins me to talk about...

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Kissing Disease - Epstein Barr Virus or Something Else?

Kissing Disease - Epstein Barr Virus or Something Else?

Written by Daniel Roytas (MHSc Human Nutrition), BHSc (Naturopathy), Dip. RM

Glandular fever (also known as the kissing disease), was first described by Emil Pfeiffer in 1889. Pfeiffer classified glandular fever as an infectious disease that resulted in fever, swelling of the lymph nodes and organ enlargement of the liver or spleen1. The term “infectious mononucleosis” was first coined by Sprunt and Evans in the 1920’s to further describe glandular fever, after discovering a group of students with a similar illness including elevated lymphocytes, atypical mononuclear cells and pharyngitis1,2. In the 1960’s, a herpes-type "virus" was discovered in cell lines of Burkitt’s lymphomas, leukemic tissue and specimen samples taken from healthy donors3. It wasn’t until 1968 that Epstein Barr Virus (EBV) was said to be cause of glandular fever, after antibodies to that same herpes-type "virus" were found...

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 48


Episode 48: Dr. Jordan Grant - Scientific Dogma

Dr. Jordan Grant obtained his medical degree from the Texas Tech University School of Medicine and has undertaken specialist training in urology. Since the beginning of the pandemic, Dr. Grant has been asking some important questions in relation to the validity of the "science" underpinning various fields of medicine. In this podcast, Dr. Grant and I talk about what science really is, the scientific method, scientific dogma, germ theory, terrain theory, what causes UTIs, how antibiotics work and much more.

Over the last 2 years Dr. Grant and I have had many philosophical discussions, for which I am very grateful. He is not only a voice of reason, but he also has a unique perspective grounded in reality and real science, something that the world needs more than ever right now. This is Dr. Grants second appearance on the Humanley podcast, he first came on the show back in March of 2021 on the Dr's Round Table Podcast Episode 24. It was a...

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 47


Episode 47: Dr. Jennifer Daniels - Talking Turpentine

Dr. Jennifer Daniels is one of the world's leading alternative healing physicians, helping people to heal from disease since 1985. She has a BA degree with honours from Harvard University, a Medical Degree (MD) from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA in Health Care Administration from Wharton. She is also the author of the award winning book, Do You Have the Guts to Be Beautiful?

Dr. Daniels joins me to talk about her enthralling journey from studying medicine, to becoming a doctor in her local neighbourhood, to discovering the healing powers of pure gum spirits of turpentine and finally having to flee the United States for Panama. We discuss issues plaguing science and the failing medical system, germ theory, the causes of disease, how to heal from disease and why the pure gum spirits of turpentine might play a key role in that healing process. Dr. Daniels is so captivating and it was an absolute pleasure and honour to be...

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 44

Episode 44: Dr. Mark Bailey - Dismantling Germ Theory

Dr Mark Bailey is a trained medical doctor and the husband of Dr Sam Bailey. He worked in clinical practice for 2 decades before leaving medicine in 2016 due to dissatisfaction with allopathic medico-pharmaceutical models. In late 2019 he commenced research with Sam to uncover the fraud of COVID-19 and the wider fallacies of virus existence and germ theory. In his younger days he was 7 times New Zealand duathlon champion and one of the top 10 duathletes in the world.

In this podcast, Dr. Mark Bailey joins me to discuss his journey from being a young, inspired and motivated medical doctor, right through to why he became so dissatisfied with the medical system that he quit practice in 2016. We also discuss how Mark came to discover Terrain Theory and question the validity of Germ Theory, the issues surrounding virus isolation and virology in general, the lack of scientific evidence proving viruses cause disease, what really...
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What Really Causes Influenza? Part 2

What Really Causes Influenza? Part 1

Written by Daniel Roytas (MHSc Human Nutrition), BHSc (Naturopathy), Dip. RM

In part 1 of this blog, an overview of some of the most important experiments conducted to try and prove that influenza was caused by a contagious virus were discussed in detail. Despite the most desperate attempts by scientists and doctors to make healthy people sick, every single attempt failed. Part 2 of this blog post aims to answer two questions. Firstly, what is the original proof showing that a virus causes influenza? Secondly, if not a virus, then what other plausible explanations are there?

It’s important to note that whilst a number of potential alternative causes of influenza will be discussed in this blog, these are only hypotheses and not claims.

The Discovery of Influenza

How did we get to the point where we “believe” that a virus causes influenza (or any infectious disease for matter)? An assumption was made, that a sick person was able to...

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What Really Causes Influenza? Part 1

What Really Causes Influenza? Part 1

Written by Daniel Roytas (MHSc Human Nutrition), BHSc (Naturopathy), Dip. RM

Part 1 of 2 of this blog presents an overview of the studies that tried to prove a virus as the cause of influenza. Part 2 will hypothesize a number of potential causes of influenza. 

Influenza is said to be caused by one of four viruses, namely influenza A, B, C and D1, however many people might be surprised to hear that none of these viruses have ever been observed in the bodily fluids of a human being. More surprisingly, isolated and purified viral particles have never been exposed to a healthy host and been shown to cause disease2,3. This is not due to lack of trying, or due to limitations of laboratory techniques, in fact, dozens upon dozens of experiments have been undertaken over many decades to try and transmit the influenza virus from sick people to healthy people.

The Most Important Influenza Study?

At the height of the Spanish Influenza epidemic between...

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