I have always had a fascination about the story of Mata Hari, otherwise known as Lady McLoed, but she was not a Scot she was Dutch. Her maiden name was Marguerite Gertrude Zelle. In her fascinating book, Julia Keay reveals all about this enigmatic lady who used her body to achieve fame, fortune, poverty and scandal, finally to be shot in October 1917 as she was in the wrong place at the wrong time in 1914 and was taken for a spy by the French. I will not go on about her – read the book, if you can get a copy; it is a gripping, ripping tale! (The Spy Who Never Was; Michael Joseph or Isis Large Print.)
The essence of Mata Hari’s life was that she achieved great wealth and fame by the use of her body as a “dancer” and as a Courtesan. She tried to ensure she had a man every night – not always successfully – or was in the situation of being a “kept woman”. It is evident that Mata Hari had a large number of sexual partners. But, contrary to modern similarities, her well used body seemingly remained illness free. We must ask – Why? How?
It is a well known fact that by “Papilloning”, or flitting from one “flower” to another by ladies whose life revolves around such practices is the cause of many types of vaginal and cervical cancer, not to mention getting pregnant or the many Sexually Transmitted Diseases that abound today. At the beginning of the 1900′s, the idea of men of the type she entertained using the new fangled condom was probably not even thought about. The possibilities open to ladies at that time for their own prevention was probably just a sponge. So how she avoided falling pregnant leaves a big question. But, much more importantly, she seemingly avoided any “incurable disease”. With no protection and, not to put too fine a point on it, a very well used part of her anatomy remaining unprotected, what enabled this Courtesan to avoid the dreaded Big C?
And the answer is almost certainly, that if she were living today, she would be in the 70% risk bracket of getting cancer. So why the massive chance of illness today and not 100 years ago? Because, at that time there was no “cancer industry”. Dr. Beyer had only Patented his first medication – Aspirin – a few years before. The “chemical industry” had not woken up to the hundreds of billions of profit to be gained by inducing diseases through the introduction of illness causing ingredients, such as aluminium and fluoride in water, Bisphenol-A put into plastic and metal containers, which is a great way to induce cancers - one research item said that from tests on mice the amount of BPA in a tin of vegetables is enough to give a young girl a significant increase in the incidence of breast cancer – and so on. Equally, Mata Hari was not open to the “prepared food” industry, where chemicals of huge proportions are used today; she ate fresh food, from the farm rather than from a factory. Today, other than our visit to the Farm Shop,not available to many of us, what food does not come from a “factory environment”? The list of ways used to create a greater profit from cancer is gigantic!
And there is another side to this tale. Have you noticed how much publicity is given to any well known person who gets cancer. It is trumpeted. How a well known star was enticed to have her breasts cut off “in case she got cancer”. Please can anyone tell me how cutting off a perfectly fit and live organ will stop a cancer? So, what if Mata Hari was alive today? She would have, according to one French document published in Santé Magazine, March, 2012, a 70% chance of getting cancer. Then the “cancer industry” would have had a field day.
It is up to us to protect ourselves. And, we must take care to ensure that we do not fall into the hands of those whose intent is just the opposite. So, to be as good as 100% certain of avoiding any from of cancer take two 500 mg Capsules of 95% Standardised Curcumin a day. The clinical proof is out there.
John Osborne, a Naturopath of many years experience, works with the leading authorities in the world on the natural ways to cure serious illness. John is readily contactable via his web site, www.homecures.co.uk where he is happy to advise on all forms of natural treatment for bodily sickness. (John is not a doctor so is not able to offer any diagnosis.)