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[2008]

[Aajonus]

Cambodia, Vietnam, still in Vietnam there are some primitive tribes, but not completely. Burma, Indonesia, Malaysia and never found a truly primitive tribe. So, this time I went to Philippines, after I went to Thailand, I finally covered my vehicle, all of Thailand, except for the Southern Peninsula.

So, I got to every tribe there was, and still no primitive tribes. So, Philippines have 7,107 islands, and they can't populate all of them, so a lot of them have very primitive tribes that live in the old ways.

The government would not allow me to go see them. They tell you they're cannibals. They give you all these crazy stories, cuz it's just like the American government are telling everybody that all the natives are savages and they will kill you and all of that. So, of course everybody who was shooting the natives and then it turned them that way, the American Indians.

So, Philippine government is doing the same thing and the corporations, they want to do away with the Indian culture, so that they can absorb the land and all their resources.

So, there was this one little boy who was about 5.5 months old, and his father was black. The mother was dark brown and the baby was toe white, whiter than I was as a baby, and I was white. And I could see he was pretty anemic and the mother had fed him powdered milk because that's what the government and the media tell them is the best thing for babies.

And we know from the Pottenger experiments that the most diseases were created in the cats that were fed powdered milk. We know in our society that a great deal of anemia is causing children from powdered milk. So, the baby was very anemic and lots of digestive problems, diarrhea all the time.

I happen to go for a massage at a spa clinic there, it's the only place you can get one that isn't sexual. So, that's where I have to go even though I don't like to go to the mall type spas like that. So, that's where I went to get a massage and this mother was about 24 years old, had her baby there. And so I got to talk with them. I went over to a nearby island, Samal and was able to get some raw milk at a dairy there. That's where I was getting mine as I was traveling around Philippines and they wouldn't even rent a car to me when I told them I was going over to a certain part of the island.

[Kathy]

Why is that?

[Aajonus]

Because they tell you it's dangerous. The natives will eat you alive or cooked.

So, I went over to the Samal island, got some milk on three days with this baby with raw milk, the color came in in only three days, all the digestive problems resolved.

[Attendee]

Did he go brown?

[Aajonus]

Yes, he went brown. In three days went brown. He went from toe white to as brown as you are in three days. Of course the mother was as dark as you, but the father was black, so I expect that since he was a male baby that he will go darker as he gets older because of the father, but that's my theory.

Anyway, the grandfather of the child happened to be an ex native around Mati, the villages of Mati and the islands beyond that, and he had left when he was about 20 years old and he's about 53 now. So, he was so grateful for the change in his grandson that he said, he's gonna give me permission, cuz he works for the government. Also, he would give me permission to go visit those tribes and they wouldn't give him permission.

So, he said I'm taking you anyway. So, we had a motorcycle back on, take a boat across the island and then motorcycle from there with a motorcycle on the boat and motorcycle about five miles in and then hike about five miles. So, it's a 10 mile stretch back to the mountains and these natives all raw.

They lived on raw fish, three foods. That's all they ate, no variety, three foods: raw fish that they fish for every day, and that's their life, they fish. That's their life. It's a great life. They're in retirement from day one and they're happy people and they eat coconut coconut meat, they don't juice it. They eat the whole coconut meat. They eat the fish and they eat a little bit of fruit, either banana or mangoes and very little fruit and are full bodied and thick. I expected them to be skinny because they lived on just raw fish, but they were all thick. I mean, thicker than I am, and I was quite impressed by all that. And the ones that were 70 and 80 years old had beautiful thick white teeth. Only one woman had some missing teeth, but she had a busted lip, so I assumed that was from an accident, falling out of a coconut palm or something.

Whoever said tree, I wrote a book, an agricultural book on palms years ago, and the man who helped educate me on that said, "If anybody ever says in front of you, and this is the only way I'll help you write this book. If anybody ever calls a palm, a tree, you have to correct them. Trees have branches and leaves. Palms have Frans. There are no branches. So palms are not trees". So, back to the tribe. They're Palm. There's no Palm tree. They're just a Palm. Palm has a trunk with Frans.

So, all of these people had great teeth, the 70 and 80 year olds looked like they were 40, 45 years old. They took me to one of the elders who was the shaman, cuz of course that's who I want to talk to, the shaman to find out they're healing methods.

Once in a while they eat honey, but they don't like to disturb the bees because they pollinate around and they told me there's so much pollution around that they're afraid to bother the bees and take their honey. So, only for medicinal purposes, do they use honey. They don't eat it, but they don't need it. Incredible health. So, it was pretty great to finally find a primitive tribe, a truly primitive tribe, tribe lives with their self-made garments in their own hut. And they were rather nomadic to because they like to shift places, even though the island is only about probably 14 x 6 miles.

It's about 4 miles wide and mountainous. They still like to travel around the island and there'll be different groups of things that rotate and go around. It's something they like to do, it's part of their adventure. So, that's my story from this last trip. Are there any questions about them that I maybe can answer? Maybe not.

[Attendee]

Did you find just that one primitive tribe or?

[Aajonus]

Well, there were two on that particular island, and I was told that definitely don't go to the island beyond Mati because there were definitely cannibals. There were not any cannibals.

[Kathy]

This was on Somali?

[Aajonus]

No, Somal. This was another island. This is island beyond Mati.

[Kathy]

But these people are Somali?

[Aajonus]

No, they were on the island beyond Somal. I don't know what the name of the island was.

[Attendee]

They just ate fish, no meat?

[Aajonus]

Fish is meat.

[Attendee]

I mean no red meat?

[Aajonus]

No red meat. Once in a while they catch a wild pig, but it's rare cuz they pretty much killed all of the other animals on the island and eaten them, so they just live on fish.

[Attendee]

Was it a completely wild island? Were there any other civilization at all?

[Aajonus]

There was no developed civilization There was no bicycle, there was nothing. The only one that was there was the one we took, the motor bike to get up a certain way.

[Attendee]

Was there a little outpost or anything of at all? So, they completely had the island to themselves?

[Aajonus]

Completely to themselves.

[Attendee]

And they've never been intruded on or barely?

[Aajonus]

Well, you know, government people go over there of course and check things out, and they do it from the air, but nobody goes to live there unless you're one of the tribe.

[Attendee]

Well, I was interested about they were complaining about the pollution.

[Aajonus]

Well, you have to understand that this was off of the island of Minanao. The big island, that's their biggest island, Minanao. If you take a trip all the way down over to Mati and then there's groups of islands out there.

[Attendee]

So, they wereaware that there was like pollution coming from the other island.

[Aajonus]

Well, you could see it coming cuz you've got a major port in [unclear] there and [unclear] is a big city, the biggest city on that island.

[Attendee]

Do they use fire for anything?

[Aajonus]

I asked them that and they said sometimes for burning brush cuz they don't have the primitive tools. So, sometimes they'll do that. Sometimes if they want to seal something. And once in a while, I'd ask them that if they used any herbs and mainly they don't use any herbs, except once in a while, if a cut is too large. They don't have the beef like we do to make as a patch, so fish doesn't work the same. You can't cut it cause it will dry out very quickly.

And it was so great. I would go shopping in the evening and everything was fresh caught that day. This was in the city of [unclear]. And I mean, tuna are this big around, swordfish that big around, and I was getting them fished and caught that day never under ice or anything. I was eating like three pounds at a sitting. It was $1.50 a pound. I was paying $5 a kilo and you know, it's 2 & 1/3 pounds.

[Kathy]

Did you the glands in there too?

[Aajonus]

I got some glands, definitely. I got eyeballs, I got all kinds.

[Attendee]

So, their fat is coconut?

[Aajonus]

Yeah, that's what they ate. The women probably ate a half of a coconut a day, and some of the men ate up to 3/4 of a coconut a day.

[Kathy]

The coconut grows on a tree, they don't have to pay for it or anything.

[Aajonus]

Yeah. No tree, palms *laughs*, you just see them just shimmy up like monkeys. It's just an everyday thing for them. One fellow who had left the tribe and gone back to the tribe, he had notches in his palm, so he could climb up easier. I guess he got out of the back of it. It was pretty cool.

[Fred]

How old do they get?

What were the oldest people?

[Aajonus]

The shaman was about probably 82 and looked about 43, 45. I looked at some of the older ones that I asked and he said, "We really can't tell you, but probably 120 years old".

[Fred]

Any illness at all?

[Aajonus]

None. No, just the injuries.

[Attendee]

How do they die?

They just go off and die?

[Aajonus]

They just go to sleep. But they're very controlled tribes. They don't have children, unless the whole tribe agrees. Because when a child is born into a tribe, the child is the child of everybody in the tribe. It's not just an isolated, the child doesn't belong to the mother. The whole tribe's the mother and father.

[Attendee]

How many people about in the tribe?

[Aajonus]

Well, you can have sections of tribes that migrate differently, cuz they don't like to overpopulate an area. They like to leave everything pretty unchanged when they change locations.

[Attendee]

So, how many in a group then?

[Aajonus]

I was only allowed one there one day.

So, some of the group that I saw had been fishing, and so I got to see about 8 people and probably were 4 off fishing.

[Attendee]

It is really small.

[Aajonus]

Oh, very small little communities. But let's say the whole tribe is probably a couple hundred on the whole island.

[Attendee]

Do they have schools and things like that too, or they don't do that kind of thing?

[Aajonus]

You're teaching the kids every day, learn how to fish. They learn. And you don't need to know much. If you're healthy, you don't need to know much. If you don't have to go to a job every day, you don't need to know much, just survival. Food is your most important thing in your whole environment.

[Attendee]

Were you able to take pictures?

[Aajonus]

No. If I had gotten caught with the pictures and the government found me, I would've been brought in jail, 15 years. 15 years to get caught in any of those areas.

[Kathy]

Just to take a picture?

[Aajonus]

Well, that means I would've been there. I didn't have pictures there.

[Attendee]

Birth control? It's just that whenever everybody agrees?

[Aajonus]

They're smart. They pull, they never ejaculate in a woman unless she's on her period.

[Attendee]

Was there any evidence of the use of toothbrushes?

[Aajonus]

No, they have some bark that they'll use if something gets stuck in their teeth, but they don't brush their teeth. White, no receding gums, good thick red gums, and dark almost purple red gums. Just very healthy and the thickest, most beautiful teeth I'd ever seen. From the young to the old, no dental decay.

[Attendee]

No need for orthodontia?

[Aajonus]

No, no, no. Everybody had perfect teeth. Perfect alignment, some have smaller. Some have a narrower frame and some were larger. I don't like the stuff that Weston Price put out there that all the natives who were raw, more raw, had all very large jowls and very large bridges.

I saw it depends upon the gene. If your parents have a small mouth, then you're going to have a smaller bridge for your teeth. So, those big jaws that Price talks about his book that all have, it's not true. Some are small, even in the Maasai tribe, I've seen some of their mouths small and some very large, their bridges.

[Fred]

But they still had straight teeth?

[Aajonus]

Yes, every one. I didn't see any. In all of the other cities and I visited, probably 30 cities and all the civilized more advanced group. They had little spikes fangs, and all these crooked teeth. You could see it was not healthy and there's people that's living in slum swamps, and they don't clean up. They throw their plastic, they're not taught ecology at all. And they go to the waterfalls with shampoo and put their soap in the water and stuff like that. So, I look at that and I say, they have no idea they're poisoning the fish. They don't have a clue because they're not educated, you're educated that technology. Everything they give you is totally healthy. The powdered milk and all of that, and it's all just a big lie. And these people were getting sicker sicker.

[Attendee]

In the seventies, in Southern Mexico, they were feeding all the babies powdered milk and they were dying and we'd have to hold them in water to try and get water in their bodies. Cuz the mothers thought that, "Well, this powdered milk comes from the US, were not gonna nurse anymore". It was terrible.

[Aajonus]

It's very sad, it's very ugly.

[Attendee]

And they were overrun the parasites.

[Aajonus][Aajonus]

Well that's because they eat all the carbohydrates and toxic food.

[Attendee]

Right. Because they were living on toxins.

[Aajonus]

You have to understand, I have eaten meat since September of 1976, raw meat and have eaten parasite, infested meat at least 23 times out of 10,000 times that I've eaten raw meat. And remember, I had a vagotomy, so I have no hydrochloric acid that dumps in my stomach.

And I have never gotten once a parasite connected with meat. I got a parasite one time and I induced that with fermenting milk way beyond what it should be into an alcohol with maca root. And I got a tapeworm and tapeworm lives on sugar.

That's why all these third world countries who get these cereals and powdered milk given to them, mix it in water. They all get these tapeworms, cuz the tapeworm isn't eating their intestines, they're eating the excess carbohydrate. And if a person's only getting carbohydrate and they're human, of course parasite needs to eat the food so that the body doesn't degenerate with all the advanced glycation end product, because it will just melt.

So, those tapeworms for those people, especially children who eat cereals and powdered milk in Africa and, Asia, anywhere like that. They have those parasites because of that particular diet. So, don't give any aid, don't give donations to those companies to do that, and most of them do it.

You ask them if you're giving welfare package to these people, what are you buying for them? Most of them make a deal with Purina, Kellogg's, General Mills, and General Foods on all the discarded bad product they can't sell in this country. They sell it to these welfare companies, these good meaning companies, the worst food in the world, and they send it over in there and give it to these children.

But what it does is it kills them. Bangladesh, all those places, it kills them. They want to wipe them out to take over their resources. It's food warfare is basically what it is. And if you think the intention isn't that, look at what they did to the American Indian.

You're right here in this country and you look at what they did to them, they wouldn't let them cook. I mean they wouldn't let them eat raw. They made them eat grains and flour and not eat good meat. They put 'em in deserts where nothing grows properly, no meat. So, you have to take a look at that. They would give them flour and lard. And if they got caught farming, they would be killed.

So, it wasn't until the 1930s where some of that started changing, but 26 million American Indians were already wiped out, poisoning, and killing of course, guns and whatever they could do, however they could kill them. And that's what you have to think about these people who go into power and governments.

They think that war is okay, history tells us war is okay, and it's okay to become a Caesar or somebody like that who wants to dominate and control the world. And that's cool to do that and that's acceptable and you can do anything to the people you want to, you can murder them, you can rape and pillage because it's war and they'll always find some reason, "Oh, we go to war for God".

They've got a different God than we do, they don't believe the way we do, and they're going to kill us. Same thing they're doing with the Islam.

So, it goes on, Russians were coming, the Russians were coming, remember?

[Kathy]

The cold war.

[Aajonus]

There's no Russians coming, never was.

It's a way to keep the blue market, the blue chip market going, selling ammunition's and keeping the huge war machine going.

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