Apricot Seeds!

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Originally posted on celestialmusingsblog:
Here’s some very interesting information regarding Apricot seeds that was shared by the folks at the Truth about Cancer: http://www.apricotpower.com#oid=180_1 “Dr. Ernest Krebs was a biochemist in the early 1950s whose desire to understand what makes…

The Tip of the Iceberg = 45,000 diagnosable diseases!


Yes, it’s true..there are some 45,000 diagnosable diseases today and can you imagine how long they have been brewing beneath the surface in our bodies before we get that diagnosis? The truth is for many, many years. I have heard … Continue reading

Happy Thanksgiving on the one year anniversary of my cancer diagnosis and first surgery!

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Dear Friends It will be one year ago that I got my cancer diagnosis on November 21st after what I thought would be a routine visit to my GYN. What a surprise that was to find I had stage 3 … Continue reading

Celeste is being BEAMED up tonight on a special teleseminar!

Celeste was BEAMED up 11-12-15 on a special BEMER India tele seminar hosted by Chitvan Malek! I will have a link for you to watch the recorded broadcast soon.

We had three amazing doctors share their personal and clinical  experience with BEMER:

9d21fbed-49ec-4237-b6de-8ede8419a255Dr. Stephen Weiss, MD, PA
Dr. Stephen P. Weiss practices Holistic/Integrative Medicine at his private practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and is a recognized expert in this field. Dr. Weiss artfully combines alternative approaches such as Classical Homeopathy, Herbology, Nutrition, Detoxification and Spiritual Counseling with conventional Family Practice, in which he is Board Certified. A graduate of Swarthmore College, Dr. Weiss received his M.D. from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and completed a three year residency in Family Practice at West Jersey Hospital, Voorhees, N.J.
Dr. Weiss has pursued extensive post-graduate training in Complementary Medicine. He graduated from the Ayurvedic Institute in 1992, the New Mexico Herb Institute in 1994, the Academy for Classsical Homeopathy in 1995, and Jeremy Sherr’s Dynamis School of Advanced Homeopathic Studies in 2004.  Dr. Weiss has appeared in newspapers and magazines such as The Washington Post, Vegetarian Times and on TV on MSNBC. He was voted a Top Doc in 2006 by his peers in Albuquerque the Magazine.
Dr. Linda Berry, DC
Dr. Linda earned her Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 1981 and has been in private practice for more than 33 years. Her approach to return patients and clients to health and well-being uses ancient to modern technologies in the realms of body structure, biochemistry, mental/emotional practices, and electromagnetics. Her book Internal Cleansing, offers strategies to create a customized approach appropriate for the reader.
Dr. Linda is a certified instructor with The International Healing Tao. She has completed the Somatic Experiencing Training for Trauma Healing. Accredited with the International and American Association for Clinical Nutrition. She is a Diplomate of the Chiropractic Board of Nutrition. Dr Linda knows how to help you find your way back to health because she brought herself back from paralysis with chiropractic, nutrition and trauma healing.
Dr. Dana Dean, OD
Dr. Dana Dean has been a Holistic Behavioral Optometrist for the past 15 years. Constantly striving to bring holistic modalities of treatment to her patients in the form of vision therapy, she has now incorporated electro magnetic frequency therapy into her practice. Dr. Dean specializes in vision training working with  p atients with visually related learning difficulties, special needs, stroke victims, and traumatic brain injuries. She is very passionate about her work and emphasizes parent education. S he believes that we need to treat patients from a whole person perspective and rather than looking solely at symptoms, we need to seek out the causes.
 Celeste Yarnall, Ph.D 
Celeste began her career as an actress/model and spokesperson, well known for her guest star appearance on Star Trek and for co-starring with Elvis. She is an author of 5 holistic health care books for pets including her latest which features the BEMER and is entitled PALEO DOG. Celeste and her writing partner Jean Hofve DVM have also penned The Complete Guide to HOLISTIC CAT CARE. She is a speaker, holistic health care and anti-aging practitioner and filmmaker. Together with her husband, Nazim, they have produced the 90 minute award winning documentary, Femme: Women Healing the World.
BEMER is a revolutionary therapy from Germany that enhances blood flow and oxygen by 29% in just 8 minute sessions twice a day.  In addition, with the new Sleep Program you may experience a new level of vitality, energy and well being!

Celeste Gets Beamed up for Acupuncture and Chiropractic!

Celeste Yarnall, PhD as yeoman Martha Landon on the original Star Trek episode entitled The Apple!

Greetings everyone! We are still actively hoping to raise the funding to go off shore (right now the best location seems to be the Grand Cayman Islands) for me to receive a series of vaccine like treatments where my own … Continue reading

Immunotherapy and Cancer Care Funding Effort for Celeste Yarnall

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I am doing really well following my last surgery to remove the IVC filter from my vena cava vein which was installed to protect me from a possible migration of my two DVTs (blood clots in my abdomen) during my … Continue reading

Carroll Krause, dying of cancer, reads the ingredients of “Ensure”


I so agree and thank you Carrol for this wonderful blog. I send you loads of love and many blessings.

Originally posted on Exopermaculture:

Brilliant, Carrol. Thanks so much for this concisely drawn description of America’s so-called container “food.” In the comment section she adds:

I would guess that it’s gotten this bad because nobody bothers to step up and say “Wait, this isn’t right.” Call me a rabble-rouser, but at this point in my life I see little benefit to being polite and demure.


September 1, 2015

by Carrol Krause


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Last week I was having problems with my digestion, so I stopped eating for a few days. The kind folks at Hospice were alarmed, and sent over a sack filled with different kinds of nutritional “foods” that are designed to keep the life-force strong. Hospice had the very best of intentions, and I am grateful for their concern. Although I do not wish to malign them in any way, the stuff they sent over was not real FOOD. In fact, I’m outraged at the…

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