Throwing the walking cane away
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This year the University of Sonora of Mexico invited us to a statewide exposition of scientific things that were to be shown by college students. One of the college chemistry teachers was especially helpful in getting us noticed. He used MMS to cure a case of very bad TB at the local prison. We setup a booth like most of the other students, and in addition to the booth we were on the curriculum to do several lectures as well. The President of the University showed up to listen to the MMS lectures and it was a successful couple of days.
However, something that the rest of the University didn’t get to see was the most interesting part of the show. The lady of the house where I was renting several rooms had become pretty well versed on how MMS works so she was running the booth most of the time. On the second day in the morning an older Mexican gentleman drop by the booth asking what it was all about. He was walking with a cane and he was leaning pretty heavily on the cane. Being both older people they struck up a good conversation which resulted in the old guy being invited over to the house for a dose of MMS at lunch time.
He was given the address and he did show up at lunch time. He was given the standard Clara’s protocol that we call 6 and 6. That was 6 drops of MMS with the activator and then one hour wait and a second 6 drops at the end of the hour. Well, he really didn’t need the second dose. After about 1/2 hour he stated that the pain was leaving.
By the time the hour was over he was walking around the room without his cane. He stated all the pain was gone and the weakness associated with the pain was gone. He didn’t need the cane at all. He wanted to throw it away. He never wanted to see that cane again. Chances are, if he continued to take the MMS he will never need the cane again as those things done seem to return if one is sure to do the protocol.