The Final Seven – We Are Three Years In

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Posted Tuesday, January 5, 2021 at 12:27pm EST

Hi Friends,

Looking forward, we can see the mark of the beast (digital
implanted tracking tag) and the beast’s system (The Great Reset) of government
headed our way. If you happen to be a Bible person like myself, you would say,
but wait, we know that both of those things are mid-tribulation events. That
causes cognizant dissidence to set in and we get very confused. At least that
is what happened to me.

Instead of pretending that reality must be in error, I
decided to go back and look to see if maybe I missed something. I started
looking for anything that might fit the initiation events listed in scripture
that I might have overlook in the not-to-distant past. To my amazement I found
something.

If what I found is indeed the kick-off events from the final
seven years, then at the moment we are a solid three years into the final seven
count down. That would make the mark of the beast and his system ready to go
live next year, 2021. The only thing missing is revealing of the Beast himself.
That would be next year as well. 2021 might turn out to be Biblical. Brace
yourself.

So without further delay, here is what I found. There are
two things. One I knew to look for and one I did not. I will start with the
surprise sign that I didn’t even know existed. The sign that I missed comes
from Revelation Chapter 12. It is actually an astrological sign. It is very
detailed. So, here is the date. The sign happened September 23, 2017. If this
event started the final seven years then the end date is Feast of Trumpets on
October, 3 2024.

I know it is so unwise to set dates. It is a common joke about how many missed dates that have come and gone when looking to find God’s timeline. I fully acknowledge this. If it hadn’t been for what seems to be the seals of Revelation showing up, I would not have even backtracked to figure out what was going on. Well, actually what made me really concerned was the digital tagging issue. It’s just not an option for anything that might allow or disallow buying or selling to go anywhere near my right hand or forehead. And, I don’t care what any preacher in any church might say about the issue. The answer is NO!

Now to the sign we all know to look for. It comes from the
book of Daniel in Chapter 9. The last verses of that chapter discuss a final
week of years (7 years) that will end with everlasting justice being introduced
and crime being stopped. The start of the week will begin with a strong
alliance being established with many. Yes, that is vague. And, no, I do not
have a solid lock on this agreement. But I did find something that is very suspicious
and might be the viewable part of a much bigger ice burg that is not visible.

Here is the very suspicious treaty. The name of it is “The Treaty on the probation of nuclear weapons.” Here is what makes this very suspicious. This treaty was opened for ratification in the UN on September 20, 2017. Remember that the Revelation 12 sign happened September 23rd of the same year and the Feast of Trumpets was on September 20th the same day the treaty was opened for ratification. The 50th instrument of ratification was deposited on October 24, 2020. The TPNP will enter into force on January 22, 2021. I have no idea what this means. It is just that the Revelation 12 sign points to this treaty as suspicious. If there is more to this thing that went down behind closed doors, then it could very well be part of the agreement spoken of in Daniel 9.

So, there is a possibility that we have indeed had the startup events for the final seven years. It would make perfect sense as to why we have seen the seals of Revelation open in 2020 and the Beast rising in 2021. It means the upcoming digital tag is the mark of the beast. It also means that next year will begin the Great Tribulation spoken of by Christ in Matthew 24, Mark 13, and Luke 21. You should expect that the great falling away is also coming up soon as well. It is important to note that one has to at least be close to something to fall away from it.

What I am proposing is a very bumpy road ahead. I am aware that these are very hard things to say or hear. It is not my intent to ruin your day. I hope that maybe someday we will get to chat over on the other side of Jordan and you might be happy for the heads up about the time of sorrow that has come upon us. May God bless You.

Dean A.

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Best Ways to Boost Your Immune System

With the Corona virus shutting down many countries in 2020, individuals with health challenges have chosen to limit social contacts and shutter in. Health organizations have focused prevention on social distancing, hand washing and face mask wearing.

We have an immune system which has successfully fought off illnesses throughout history. The famous germ theory versus terrain debate is what divides integrative medicine from more conventionally practiced medicine. Those in the terrain health camp know the immune system is the key to fighting all viruses and illness, including the most recent covid-19 virus.

While washing hands, limiting contact with sick individuals and quarantine of ill persons has been successfully used historically, what also makes sense is building one’s immune system. There are many steps one can take to do so. These include sunbathing, outdoors activity, exercise, good sleep, earthing, positive outlooks, healthy diets, and taking targeted nutritional supplements, vitamins and herbs.

By increasing one’s self care protocol, you can take charge of your health and feel safer when venturing out during the current pandemic. There are also steps one can take if symptoms of illness arise like sore throats, runny nose and coughing for extra boosting and healing.

Benefits of Sun

The benefits of sunshine to health are well established. Only recently have individuals been warned to limit sun exposure. Sun is now well known to help create vitamin D, but natural light has many more health benefits, including increasing immune function, improving eye sight, increasing mitochondria and creating healing. Sunbathing for a minimum of 20 minutes daily is recommended during warmer months, but exposure of eyes and skin throughout the year is beneficial.

Exercise

Excersing is another way to boost one’s immune system and mood. Exercise is a well established activity that improves sleep, mood, heart and lung health. Every organ of one’s body benefits from movement.  Both cardiovascular and strength training activities are beneficial. Interval training exercise for just 12 minutes daily create tremendous health benefits.  Dr. Al Sears has done tremendous research documenting the health benefits of interval training exercise for 12 minutes.

Walking and spending time outdoors

Walking outdoors is a safe activity most can engage in to help with mood and overall health. During these times of limited social activity, it is especially important to get outdoors and enjoy the healing benefits of sunshine, fresh air and the sounds of nature. Walking outdoors barefoot, with one’s feet touching the ground, is even healthier, because the earth’s electrons are anti-inflammatory and healing. Spending time in nature is also known to be calming and beneficial to health.

Sleep

While sleeping our bodies heal and rejuvenate. Seven to nine hours is recommended and earlier is better if possible. Listening to your body and getting adequate sleep is essential for good health. Natural supplements which can help with sleep include GABA and L-tryptophan. If needed CBD oil is another safe supplement which can enhance sleep. Epsom salt baths, minimizing blue light exposure in the evening and developing  good sleep hygiene habits are important steps toward improving and maintaining good sleep.

Positive Attitude

Fear damages one’s immune system. The power of a positive attitude is well established to promote healing and boost one’s immune system. Using cognitive therapy strategies can help improve one’s thinking. David Burns MD has many excellent books and resources on the easy use of cognitive therapy strategies to improve one’s outlook.

Nutrition

The Weston Price Foundation is a powerhouse of information detailing nutrient dense foods that can boost the immune system. Dr. Weston Price studied endemic cultures for 10 years in the early 1930’s discovering that these people enjoyed superior mental, physical and dental health by eating unprocessed foods available to them, including raw foods and healthy animal fats. These cultures consumed 4 to 10 times more water and fat soluble vitamins compared to the average American diet at that time. They enjoyed a natural immunity to tuberculosis which was common then. They also had perfect teeth, with no cavities or need for orthodontia.

An easy way to remember these dietary principles is to eat foods the way your great grandparents ate them, before the advent of fake, highly processed and unhealthy non foods. Every culture has traditional, healthy and delicious foods for both daily eating and special occasions.

Eating sunny side up pastured eggs with true sourdough bread toast with raw butter for breakfast, along with some fruit is nutrient dense. Old fashioned chicken soup, made from simmering pastured chicken or chicken bones with added vegetables, is full of vitamins. Organic fruits and vegetables, raw whole organic milk, pastured butter, wild salmon, oat porridge, soaked grains and legumes, and pastured beef, chicken and liver are traditional health foods. Preparation can be easy. My site Holistic Health to Go has many easy, delicious and healthy recipes.

Best Supplements

A good multi vitamin is essential now because our soils are very depleted of nutrients. Cod liver oil and K2 are important immune boosters. Cod liver oil contains vitamins  A and D in a perfect ratio. For virus prevention, vitamin C is a true superpower. Liposomal vitamin C is best absorbed and 1-10 grams can be taken daily. Tremendous research shows vitamin D is essential for our health and protective for Covid. Zinc combined with quercetin are also good for viral protection. B complex vitamins help mood and immunity. Omega 3 fish oil is a good overall supplement. Iodine, magnesium, glutathione, berberine, goldenseal, echinacea, Reishi mushrooms, colloidal silver, Kaolic garlic, ginger and selenium are other immune boosters.

Important supplements to treat a viral infection

Vitamin C is magical and high dosages can greatly help the immune system fight the cytokine storm resulting from a viral infection. Zinc and Quercetin can also greatly reduce a viral load associated with an infection. Increasing or maintaining other immune boosters is also beneficial when fighting any type of viral infection. Taking up to 100mg zinc daily along with upwards of 1,000 mg quercetin daily are considered safe dosages. Elderberry is considered beneficial for treatment of viruses, along with colloidal silver and raw Manuka honey.

Take Charge of Your Health

Taking responsibility for one’s health is an empowering step.  We have always had an immune system which fights disease. At the end of the day, it is only our bodies’ immune systems which are capable of healing of any kind. For viral illnesses, along with other contagious diseases boosting our immune system with the above strategies will help empower us to face the world with less fear.

Disclaimer: If one it taking medications of any kind or has any special health considerations, it is recommended to consult a physician prior to taking any supplementation. The information in this article is provided for educational purposes only. Please consult your personal healthcare provider before making any healthcare decisions for yourself.

Sources for this article and further research:

Curing the Incurable by Thomas Levy, MD

Mood Cure by Julia Ross

HolisticHealthToGo.com

https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/04/20/zinc-dosage-for-immune-system.aspx

https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/08/24/quercetin-and-vitamin-c-synergistic-effect.aspx

The Immune Summit, 2020

earthing.com

Michelle Goldstein

Michelle is a mental health therapist who incorporates holistic principles into her full time counseling practice. She is passionate about holistic nutrition, natural healing and food/ medical health freedoms. After immersing herself into alternative medicine, seeking answers to a family health crisis, she discovered that conventional healthcare recommendations often contribute to illness. She has written for Natural News, Vac Truth and other health news sites, beginning in February 2013. All of her articles and recipes to date can be found at her site Holistic Health to Go, http://holistichealthtogo.com/.

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Michelle is a mental health therapist who incorporates holistic principles into her full time counseling practice. She is passionate about holistic nutrition, natural healing and food/ medical health freedoms. After immersing herself into alternative medicine, seeking answers to a family health crisis, she discovered that conventional healthcare recommendations often contribute to illness. She has written for Natural News, Vac Truth and other health news sites, beginning in February 2013. All of her articles and recipes to date can be found at her site Holistic Health to Go, http://holistichealthtogo.com/.

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Deli Meat: Maybe cut out the cold cuts

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By everybodysfit

Posted Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at 01:23pm EST

Keywords: bologne, carcinogen, cold cut, deli, deli meat, preservatives, processed meats, sandwich, turkey breast

Deli
Meat: Maybe cut out the cold cut

A
nice heart cold cut, lunch meat, whichever type of deli meat you favor, reading
the labels of these pre-packed proteins is very important. There are so many
types of deli meats from bologna to turkey breast, making a selection available
for every taste bud. However, this “meat”, really isn’t just meat, rather, it’s
a concoction of different by-products filled with chemicals. The fat and sodium
in excess increase the health risks increase for developing Type 2 diabetes and
high blood pressure, while chances of heart attack and stroke also rise.

Processed meats contain plenty of preservatives, hence their shelf life in your
refrigerator. These particular preservatives are nitrates or nitrites. These
are a potential carcinogen. All of the added flavors, smoking, salting, and
curing the meat, have been linked to cancer. The World Health Organization
(WHO) considers processed meat, which is deli meat, to be a Group 1 carcinogen.
Other additional ingredients include like
butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) and butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT). Those don’t
sound like they are meant to visit the digestive system.  It seems like a
couple slices of bread with lettuce and tomato with whichever meat, would be a
healthy lunch choice. So easy to make must mean too good to be true. Some meat
labels say they have no artificial sweeteners or are uncured, but the label
needs to say nitrates or nitrites free. We are easily lured by the words
“natural” or “organic”, but further investigation needs to be done. Eating
ingredients that we are unable to pronounce should probably be avoided. Bologna
is basically a mix of sausage, pork, chemicals, and preservatives. In other
words, avoid.

This doesn’t mean
that you have to completely cut deli meat out of the picture. As is with most
eating, making the meal with these meats yourself is probably healthier.
Ordering a sandwich at the local shop reveals the shelf life and the added
taste from the preservatives. That’s not to say that eating a greasy pizza
slice or juicy hamburger would be justified or a better option. However,
looking for low sodium options is important. One slice of typical deli meat can
contain over 200 mg of sodium, and most sandwiches are layered with meat. It is
interesting that the World Health Organization has found that eating just 50
grams of deli meat or any processed meat daily increases the risk for
colorectal cancer by 18%. Anything packed and preserved has been transformed
from its original taste for us to have easy access to and for manufactures to
prey on our pursuit of convenience. Choosing a deli counter versus a packaged
is also a better option. A person can also roast their own meat and slice it
themselves. The more far removed you know where something has come from, the
more you should remove it from your diet. In the end, hold the mayo and cheese,
and tell the person crafting your sandwich that you will pass on the nitrates
too. Clean eating typically means not eating foods that come in a
box or package and this may include deli meat as well.

https://academicjournals.org/article/article1380894469_Long%20et%20al.pdf

https://academic.oup.com/aje/article/179/3/282/103471

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Megan Johnson McCullough owns a fitness studio in Oceanside CA called Every BODY’s Fit. She has an M.A. in Physical Education & Health Science, is a current candidate for her Doctorate in Health & Human Performance, and she’s an NASM Master Trainer & Instructor. She’s also a professional natural bodybuilder, fitness model, Wellness Coach, and AFAA Group Exercise Instructor.

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Megan Johnson McCullough owns a fitness studio in Oceanside CA called Every BODY’s Fit. She has an M.A. in Physical Education & Health Science, is a current candidate for her Doctorate in Health & Human Performance, and she’s an NASM Master Trainer & Instructor. She’s also a professional natural bodybuilder, fitness model, Wellness Coach, and AFAA Group Exercise Instructor.

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ASPARAGUS: Spear me

By everybodysfit

Posted Friday, July 10, 2020 at 09:27am EDT

Keywords: asparagus, bloating, digestion, fiber, Folate, Inflammation, vegetables, Vitamin E, vitamin K, Weightloss

This green, white, or purple vegetable come in spears, is packed with nutrition, and is low in calories. There are plenty of reasons to consume this veggie. With only 90 calories in one cup, it’s pretty incredible that this amount also contains 57% of the recommended daily intake (RDI) for Vitamin K and 34% of the RDI for folate. Vitamin K is great for bone healthy and prevents blood clots. Folate is beneficial for cell growth and is also called Vitamin B9. This is very beneficial for a healthy pregnancy during the development stage of the baby. Lots of antioxidants can also be found in these spears, especially vitamins E and C.

The benefits continue with the assistance it provides for digestion. One cup has about 7% of the daily fiber that we need which helps with regular bowel movements. It has also been said to aid with weight loss because of its low caloric make up and the fact that asparagus is 94% water. Between the water and fiber content, the body is basically reaping only benefits from this vegetable. Maybe the only downfall is that it can make your pee smell funny. This is because asparagus contains high levels of amino acid asparagine which is a natural diuretic. Extra fluids and salt get flushed out, again which could help with weight loss. Bloating can also be reduced. It has also been known to help reduce the appearance of acne scars because of the niacin it contains. It has also been said to help with inflammation from arthritis.

Asparagus is also a very versatile vegetable because it can be eaten raw, boiled, grilled, steamed, or even roasted. It goes great in salads and dishes like stir-frys.  The name asparagus comes from the Greek word “sprout”. This vegetable grows very quickly when in the ideal conditions. Not as popular as traditional vegetables, but asparagus deserves some recognition. Great for a snack or in a dish, it can become part of a healthy balanced diet that the body can reap plenty of benefits from.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/agricultural-and-biological-sciences/asparagus-officinalis

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/asparagus-benefits

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4027291/

https://www.livescience.com/45295-asparagus-health.html

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Megan Johnson McCullough owns a fitness studio in Oceanside CA called Every BODY’s Fit. She has an M.A. in Physical Education & Health Science, is a current candidate for her Doctorate in Health & Human Performance, and she’s an NASM Master Trainer & Instructor. She’s also a professional natural bodybuilder, fitness model, Wellness Coach, and AFAA Group Exercise Instructor.

Expiration Dates: How long?

What is that smell?? You open the container of yogurt and can barely inhale. Did you know that the only items required by federal law to label expiration dates are infant formula and particular types of baby foods?? We live in a world of prolonged shelf life due to the processed nature of what we now eat. The concept behind labeling expiration dates coincides with the phrase, “Proceed at your own risk”. The expiration date is the recommended last day the item should be eaten or used for consumption.

There are a number of catch phrases when it comes to expiration date labeling. “Best if used by or before date”, pertains to quality not safety. The food might not taste of have the same quality if not eaten before the recommended date. “Guaranteed fresh” typically is found on bakery items. A stale muffin after the date doesn’t quite taste the same. “Sell by date” is really for the store purposes. This date tells the stores when they should remove it from the shelves. The item is still edible post-date, but it will not be of the same quality. Sometimes stores mark down prices on these items after the date has passed. “Born on” date is usually found on beer labels because after 3 months beer can turn green. “Pack date” is on packaged items or canned goods and it refers to the date is was actually packaged. These terms can be tricky, and the sniff test doesn’t always equate to the expiration date listed.

There are some generally applicable rules to follow when it comes to expiration dates. Milk will be okay up to one week after the expiration date listed. Seafood and chicken should be cooked or put in the freezer within one to two days of purchasing. Beef and pork should be eaten or frozen within three to five days. Canned goods are usually okay for up to 5 years, but items that have high acidity like tomato sauce are better used within about 2 years. Eggs can last up to 3 to 5 weeks after bringing home. An item doesn’t expire once you freeze it.

Food that needs to be refrigerated should be kept under 41 degrees F. Food that needs to be refrigerator should not be kept out for more than 4 hours. Milk requires 38 degrees and fish 32 degrees. Proper storage is important. As the popularity of buying in bulk has increased, less trips to the store for fresh foods has decreased. Always be cautious and check dates. After all, eating cottage cheese that has grown hair on it, clearly is more of a science experiment versus a delightful snack.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/247837129_The_Effect_of_Expiration_Dates_and_Perceived_Risk_on_Purchasing_Behavior_in_Grocery_Store_Perishable_Categories

https://www.healthline.com/health-news/universal-expiration-date-may-curb-food-waste

https://www.healthline.com/health/reduce-food-waste-easy-ways

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Megan Johnson McCullough owns a fitness studio in Oceanside CA called Every BODY’s Fit. She has an M.A. in Physical Education & Health Science, is a current candidate for her Doctorate in Health & Human Performance, and she’s an NASM Master Trainer & Instructor. She’s also a professional natural bodybuilder, fitness model, Wellness Coach, and AFAA Group Exercise Instructor.