A Rock Wall Pattern of the Mucosa

I think I found a smoking gun. Here is an endocopy picture of someone's intesines I found on the web:
Notice that the mucosa has a rock wall pattern. Now here is a piece of mucoid plaque I eliminated using the NAC cleanse :
Zoom in on the left side of it — you will see a rock wall pattern. Here, I will zoom in on it for you:
See the rock wall pattern? It's the exact same pattern you see in the endoscopy picture. Neither psyllium nor bentonite produces this pattern. The whole area you see in that endoscopy picture is mucoid plaque, and skeptics are too dumb to recognize it.

A Bizarre Experience I Had With Apple Juice

Many years ago I had a very unusual experience involving apple juice. The very first cleanse I ever did was actually Robert Gray's Holistic Horizons program. I followed the instructions exactly, but it was very disappointing — I didn't eliminate any mucoid plaque. However, I would go on to discover later that if I move up the levels faster than Robert Gray recommends, I could eliminate substantial chunks of mucoid plaque in a similar harsh manner as Richard Anderson's program. But for now I had to wait a few months (Robert Gray says that his herbs will become ineffective if you take them for too long at a time). So I looked for a non-herbal based cleanser to take in the meantime.

I found something. It was in a small book called "Dr. Christopher's Three-Day Cleansing Program, Mucusless Diet and Herbal Combinations". In his book Dr. Christopher described a three day fast involving ingesting nothing but apple juice, prune juice, and a little olive oil throughout the day.

Being the minimalist that I am, I quickly did away with the prune juice, olive oil, and fasting. In the morning, on an empty stomach, I would drink one glass of pasteurized organic bottled apple juice. That's it. I didn't ingest any prune juice or olive oil. And I didn't fast either. Actually, I fasted in the morning, but I ate a strict mucusless diet for lunch and dinner. In the morning, when I drank the apple juice, something truly bizarre would happened. A couple of minutes after drinking it, I experienced an extreme chronic pain in my abdomen. It was very intense; it was the same type of pain as being kicked in the gonads. It would last a few minutes then go away. Immediately after it went away, I would have an urge to have a bowel movement. While on the toilet, I evacuated massive amounts of amber globs. It came out as pure globs, unmixed with any feces. Here is a picture I took of one of these evacuations:
Just so that you understand the scale, it is within a large round plastic container about a foot diameter — these globs were massive. It is the only photo I took of it. It is some of the later globs. As I recall, the earlier globs looked just like this but were a lighter gold color amber.

Anyway, this would occur every two or three days for a couple months. Every two or three days I drank one small glass of apple juice, it caused intense pain, and massive amounts of amber globs came out. After a couple months it no longer occurred and my severe chilliness, my heart irregularities/palpitations, my complete inability to have a bowel movement without having to take a suppository, as well as some other problems all miraculously went away and never came back.

It looks like Richard Anderson had a similar experience as I did — on page 86 of his book Cleanse & Purify Thyself Book One he said that during the first two cleanses it is common to see "amber or dark green, jelly-like goop" come out. He thought this stuff was "lymph". I think he got this idea from Dr. Christopher and Robert Gray. On page 5 of his book, Dr. Christopher said that his apple juice cleanse will break up mucus, or "catarrh" as he also called it, resulting in approximately three gallons of "toxic lymph" being eliminated. On page 23 of his book The Colon Health Handbook Robert Gray expanded upon this idea of a toxic lymph. He said that during fasting, body cells throw off "toxins", which are forced into the lymph where a mucoid substance (catarrh) is formed to hold them in suspension.

Dr. Christopher and Robert Gray are confused about human anatomy — the lymphatic system doesn't have a mucous membrane, thus it can't possibly produce mucus or catarrh. Robert Gray spoke of a lymph drain massage originating from ancient China that causes mucus from the lungs to drain into the intestines via the lymphatic system. But I had no chest congestion, and it is absurd to think that these massive globs could possibly fit inside anybody's lungs. It had to have originated from my gastrointestinal tract — remember, that's where I had my pain, and the gastrointestinal tract has a mucous membrane. During mucosal inflammation, exudate leaches from blood vessels located in the lamina propria and mixes in with the adherent mucus layer. That's what catarrh is; it's a mixture of mucus and exudate.

Albumin is the predominant component of exudate and has an amber color. I've been looking at bottles of albumin — some have a gold color, and some have an orange color. This is precisely the color of the globs I eliminated — the earlier globs (which I didn't take a picture of) were a gold color, and the later globs were a light to dark orange color. Experiments have shown that when albumin mixes in with mucus, it forms mucin-albumin complexes that is dramatically more viscous than mucus or albumin alone. As you might recall, Arnold Ehret, in his book Mucusless Diet Healing System, spoke alot about mucus and albumin (he used the word "albumen"). This is because his doctor diagnosed him as having Bright's disease with excess mucus and albumin in his urine. Arnold Ehret discovered that fasting on fruit dissolved and eliminated it — he thought it was either the sugar or acid in the fruit that was responsible for this effect.

The reason I gave this story to you in the context of having had taken Robert Gray's formula is because I'm thinking that his formula may have loosened up the mucoid cap allowing the apple juice to do what it did. I don't know. Maybe not. Whatever the case may be, I diagnosed myself as having systemic candidiasis — some people think that yellow or brown mucus in the stool can be a symptom of it. At this point in time, I take apple juice with the N-Acetyl Cysteine because I notice that, at rare times, the apple juice causes the same pain in the abdomen, except that it is very, very mild. It only does this when I take a "real" cleanser like NAC along with it. The apple juice just seems to give it a little extra kick sometimes.


No Psyllium Flecks in Mucoid Plaque I Eliminated

I just realized something. The type of psyllium that I have been using for awhile now is whole psyllium husks. It's littered with flecks. Take a look:
What you see there is whole psyllium husks and water that I let dry a little bit. If, as skeptics claim, the mucoid plaque I eliminated is simply the whole psyllium husks I ingested, I should see these flecks in the mucoid plaque. But I don't see any:
This proves very well I think that the skeptics are wrong. Mucoid plaque is not psyllium.

Introducing The N-Acetyl Cysteine Cleanse

I know what you are thinking. Richard Anderson's cleanse program is obnoxiously pricey. That is not the only problem with it. His herbal formula is proprietary — he refuses to divulge the exact recipe, and you can only get it from him. Another problem is that the effectiveness of his herbal formula will wear off very quickly if you take it too often. I found this to be very inconvenient and time consuming.

I found another way.

In the morning on an empty stomach, I take 600mg N-Acetyl Cysteine with a glass of apple juice and some cayenne pepper (swallow NAC pill with apple juice first, then ingest cayenne pepper so cayenne pepper won't make you choke on pill). I don't eat until at least a couple of hours later. When I do eat (for lunch and supper), I eat a strict mucusless diet. I also take a dose of psyllium once or twice a day that is at least three hours away from each other and at least one and one half hours away from the supplements. I take enemas as needed.

It works spectacularly well — even better than Richard Anderson's cleanse program I think. I've seen it remove substantial chunks of mucoid plaque that his cleanse program failed to remove. If you choose to swallow the red pill then click here to see some pictures I took of some of it.

Even though the active ingredient is the N-Acetyl Cysteine, it is just as important I think to take the cayenne pepper and apple juice with it. I could swear that the cayenne pepper makes it work better. I think Richard Anderson is right that cayenne pepper acts as a catalyst increasing the effectiveness of other herbs taken with it. Concerning the apple juice, I have a story to tell you about it. But that's for another post. For now it is sufficient to say that it gives it a little extra kick sometimes. And be sure you eat a strict mucusless diet or else it won't work good.

This N-Acetyl Cysteine Cleanse is a respectable alternative, I think, to herbal based cleansers: (a) it only costs me 12 US dollars a month (b) it is non-proprietary — the recipe is open sourced, and you can get the ingredients from a pharmacy you trust (c) while abstaining from taking herbal based cleansers you can take this in the meantime and vice versa.

It is not without potential problems though. Like any drug, there is a potential for side effects. I must inform you (while speaking at a rapid rate so you can't hear me clearly) that N-Acetyl Cysteine can, at rare times in some people, cause nausea, vomiting, rashes, or fever.

Some of you know where I got this idea from. Wallace and Whittle used N-acetylcysteine to disintegrate mucoid cap that they experimentally made to form over ex vivo chambered gastric rat mucosa. This convinces me more than ever that the so-called mucoid plaque that cleansers remove is actually mucoid cap.


A Thick, Rubbery, Ropey Material On The Colon?

Take a look at this:

I got this from clinicalgate. It's a dissection of the colon. I recall skeptics a while back saying that gastroenterologists only see blood vessels and clean tissue like this:

when they peer into the colon. I feel like I am being gaslighted. Let's do some reality testing. I don't see any blood vessels or ridges in the dissection. But what I do see is a thick, rubbery material. The pathologist who commented about this dissection did not mention this abnormality as if it is normal. Instead, the pathologist said there was a moderate amount of chronic inflammation in the lamina propria, which is a layer of the mucosa just below the epithelium. Look at the bottom part of the dissection. You see a tan/pink, rubbery, ropy material. Is that mucoid rope? The overwhelming majority of the mucoid rope I observed coming out of me was a light brown color.

Mucoid Plaque is Necrotic Tissue Stupid

What mucoid plaque actually is has been hidden in plain site — and everyone has been too dumb to recognize it. In case you did not know, Benard Jensen named his book "Tissue Cleansing Through Bowel Management" because he claims his cleansing program will remove "old underactive tissue".[1] If you look up necrotic tissue in a book of wound healing, you will see that there are two types: slough and eschar. Slough is moist, less necrotic, mucoid, loosely adherent, and yellowish-brown or tan whereas eschar is dry, more necrotic, leathery, firmly adherent, and either gray, black, brown, or olive-green.[2] Now believe it or not, Robert Gray, in his book The Colon Health Handbook actually described the difference between slough and eschar — he just didn't realize it. He described two types of mucoid plaque: putrefactive matter and postputrefactive matter. He said that "putrefactive matter" (it's actually slough) is moist, still decaying, and easily removable whereas "postputrefactive matter" (it's actually eschar) is dry, no longer putrefying, rubbery, glued firmly onto the colon, and is usually grey, black, dark brown, or dark green in color.[3]

Generally speaking, textbooks on wound healing describe necrotic tissue as "black", "brown", "gray", "yellow", "olive-green", "hardened", "soft", "mucoid", "stringy", "leathery", "putrid" and "foul".[4] This is exactly how Richard Anderson, Robert Gray, Benard Jensen, and Victor Earl Irons clinically described mucoid plaque.[5] Fibrin often mixes in with necrotic tissue. It is "sticky" and "rubbery", and may be visible as "strands" or "thick sheets".[6] Notice that "sticky" and "rubbery" is precisely how mucoid plaque has been described.[5] Notice also that Walter Bastedo [7] described mucoid plaque as "strings" or "sheets":

"When one sees the dirty gray, brown or blackish sheets, strings and rolled up wormlike masses of tough mucus with a rotten or dead-fish odor that are obtained by colon irrigations, one does not wonder that these patients feel ill and that they obtain relief and show improvement as the result of the irrigation."

This is the same mucoid plaque stuff that Richard Anderson described: he once witnessed his friend eliminate a "blackish grey snake-like mass".[8] Richard mentioned that it can have a foul odor,[5] which I assume is the same odor that Walter Bastedo described: a rotten or dead-fish odor, which is necrotic tissue.

Richard Anderson is really foolish. He thinks this:

Endoscopic photograph of mucoid plaque. Its from the fourth edition of "Clinical Gastroenterology" by Howard M. Spiro.

is an example of mucoid plaque.[9] I agree it is, but the caption under the photo identifies it as "necrotic mucosa" that is "sloughing off extensively".[10] That would mean then that mucoid plaque is necrotic tissue. I pointed this out to him in an email, but he disagrees. He stands by his unsupported theory that mucoid plaque is coagulated mucin. Seriously, isn't that spectacularly stupid?


[1] You can read his book for free here. He says that mucoid plaque "is loaded with old drugs, tissue and morbid substances" and that his cleansing program will remove "old underactive tissue".

[2] I gathered this from page 314 of the fourth edition of Oxford Textbook of Palliative Nursing, page 197 of the third edition of Wound Care: A Collaborative Practice Manual for Health Professionals, and page 29 of Smart textiles for medicine and healthcare: Materials, systems and applications.

[3] See pages 15, 56, 57 and 67 of the twelfth revised edition of his book The Colon Health Handbook.

[4] I gathered this from page 197 of the third edition of Wound Care: A Collaborative Practice Manual for Health Professionals and page 150 of the second edition of Comprehensive Wound Management.

[5] Within pages 92 through 94 of Richard Anderson's book Cleanse & Purify Thyself Book Two he describes mucoid plaque as "soft", "gray", "yellow", "green", "light brown to black", "blackish green", "foul", "mucoid" and like "wet leather or rubber". On page 81 of Richard Anderson's book Cleanse & Purify Thyself Book One he describes mucoid plaque as like "long leather or rubber-like rope". On either page 8, 67, or 30 of Robert Gray's twelfth revised edition of The Colon Health Handbook he describes mucoid plaque as "sticky", "rubbery", "putrefactive", "black", "dark brown", "dark green", "hardened", "grey" or "mucoid". In Bernard Jensen's book Tissue Cleansing Through Bowel Management he describes mucoid plaque as "black", "foul", "putrid", "stringy", "sticky" and "hard as truck tire rubber". In Victor Earl Iron's booklet The Destruction of Your Own Natural Protective Mechanism he describes mucoid plaque as "foul smelling", "stringy", "grey", "brown", "black" and like "hardened rubber".

[6] I got this from page 340 of the fourteenth edition of Tidy's Physiotherapy.

[7] See the 1932 article called "Colon irrigations: Their administration, therapeutic application and dangers". It's actually a subtitle under the main title of "Council on Physical Therapy". You can get it here. It's in The Journal of the American Medical Association and is volume 98 and number 9. Go to pages 734-736. It was written by Walter Bastedo.

[8] See page 81 of Richard Anderson's book Cleanse & Purify Thyself Book One.

[9] See page 99 of Richard Anderson's book Cleanse & Purify Thyself Book Two.

[10] See plate 83 in the fourth edition of Clinical Gastroenterology by Howard M. Spiro.

The Essene Gospel of Peace is a Fake

Richard Anderson was a fan of The Essene Gospal of Peace. It talks about how Jesus cured the sick by teaching them to fast, to eat a raw vegan diet (except for goat's milk) and how to give themselves enemas to remove "hard and soft abominations" and intestinal worms. A guy named Edmond Bordeaux Szekely claims he translated it from an ancient text he discovered in the Vatican.

Edmond Szekely is lying to you. It's not an ancient text. He made it all up, and I can prove it to you. If you compare Arnold Ehret's book Mucusless Diet Healing System with The Essene Gospel of Peace, you will see that they mirror each other exceptionally well. See the comparisons for yourself:

✟ Arnold Ehret used the "Flame of Life" metaphor. The Essene Gospel of Peace used the "fire of life" metaphor.

✟ They both say that you will not be able to get into heaven unless you physically cleanse the inside of your body. For example, Arnold Ehret said: "But you cannot pass the gate, watched over by the angel with the flaming sword, until you have gone through the purgatory (cleansing fire) of fasting and diet of healing - cleansing, a physiological purifying, by the 'Flame of Life' in your own body!". Compare this to The Essene Gospel of Peace which says: "No man may come before the face of God whom the angel of water lets not pass." If you look at the context, you will see that the angel of water is an enema.

✟ They both teach eating foods only in season and not eating more than three kinds of foods at one time. For example, Arnold Ehret said: "No animal when eating combines different foods at the same time . . . The ideal and at the same time most natural method of eating for man is one kind of fresh fruit, in season . . . In general, it is best never to use more than three kinds with the same combination." Compare this to The Essene Gospel of Peace which says: "Be content with two or three sorts of food, which you will find always upon the table of our Earthly Mother."

✟ They both preach obeying nature's law. For example, Arnold Ehret talks about returning to the "laws of Nature". Compare this to The Essene Gospel of Peace which says "Keep, therefore, her laws". If you look at the context, "her" is referring to the Earthly Mother, which is Mother Nature.

✟ Arnold Ehret talks about making "reparation" or "compensation" for years of wrong eating. The Essene Gospel of Peace talks about paying your "debts" for years of wrong eating.

✟ They both say one should eat the same diet spoken of in the Garden of Eden story.

✟ Arnold Ehret suggests that Jesus Christ's "so-called miracles of healing" were actually done by fasting and raw vegan foods. This is precisely what The Essene Gospel of Peace is saying.

What do you think? It looks pretty damning to me. Arnold Ehret's book says Mucusless Diet Healing System was completed in 1922, the same year of his death. This is before Edmond Szekely claims he discovered, translated, and first published The Essene Gospel of Peace. It looks like Edmond Szekely fraudulently tried to make Arnold Ehret's novel ideas about "Christ's life and teachings" become a reality.