Co-authors of the acclaimed tome, "What Really Makes You Ill? Why Everything You Thought You Knew About Disease is Wrong," Dawn Lester is one half of a dynamic working duo, alongside David Parker. They have backgrounds in the fields of Accountancy and Electrical Engineering respectively.
These fields both require an aptitude for logic, which proved extremely useful for their investigation that has involved more than ten years continuous research to find answers to the question: what really makes people ill?
A popular saying, which is often attributed to Albert Einstein, claims that problems cannot be solved by using the same way of thinking that created them. The concept underlying this saying can be extrapolated to indicate that a problem can often be better understood by people outside of the discipline in which it occurs because they are not bound by any dogma or biases inherent within that discipline.
The authors’ investigation of why people become ill was conducted from a different perspective from that of the medical establishment; it was therefore free from the dogma and biases inherent within ‘medical science’. This unbiased and logical approach enabled them to follow the evidence with open minds and led them to discover the flaws within the information about illness and disease that is promulgated by the medical establishment.
The results of their investigation are revealed within their book: What Really Makes You Ill? Why Everything You Thought You Knew About Disease is Wrong.
September 24th, 2020 | Season 1 | 1 hr 3 secs
conspiracy, medicine, natural health
In this episode of Truthiverse I dug into the work of Dawn Lester and David Parker, authors of What Really Makes You Ill?, a monumental piece of research developed over a whopping ten years of investigation. Wherever they looked for evidence to support Germ Theory, the dynamic duo found only the opposite: nothing was as we have been led to believe. Throughout history the true explanations for well known plagues and epidemics turned out to be unexpected and obscure. Perhaps more than anyone else, it is doctors who need to get their hands on this eye-opening investigation into the true causes of disease.