Updated: Jun 10, 2020
FIRST (AND LAST) DO NO HARM?
When I took the Hippocratic Oath, as a nurse, (then later as a practitioner in my own right), it was probably the most sincere moment of my career. Above the resolve I had to want to heal every single patient. Above the resolve I had to expose corruption and error in medicine. Above the resolve I had to make every single patient feel important.
I swear by Apollo the physician, and Aesculapius the surgeon, likewise Hygeia and Panacea, and call Almighty God to witness, that I will observe and keep this underwritten Oath, to the utmost of my power and judgment.
I will reverence those who taught me the art. Equally with my parents, will I allow them things necessary for their support, and will consider their sons and daughters as brothers and sisters. I will teach them my art without reward or agreement; and I will impart all my acquirement, instructions, and whatever I know, to all my pupils, who shall bind and tie themselves by a professional oath, but to none else.
With regard to healing the sick, I will devise and order for them the best diet, according to my judgment and means; and I will take care that they suffer no hurt or damage.
Nor shall any man's entreaty prevail upon me to administer poison to anyone; neither will I counsel any man to do so. Moreover, I will give no sort of medicine to any pregnant woman, with a view to destroy the child.
Further, I will comport myself and use my knowledge in a godly manner. I will not cut for the stone, but will commit that affair entirely to the surgeons.
Whatsoever house I may enter, my visit shall be for the convenience and advantage of the patient; and I will willingly refrain from doing any injury or wrong from falsehood, and (in an especial manner) from acts of an amorous nature, whatever may be the rank of those who it may be my duty to cure, whether mistress or servant, bond or free.
Whatever, in the course of my practice, I may see or hear (even when not invited), whatever I may happen to obtain knowledge of, if it be not proper to repeat it, I will keep sacred and secret within my own breast.
If I faithfully observe this oath, may I thrive and prosper in my fortune and profession, and live in the estimation of posterity; or on breach thereof, may the reverse be my fate.
In the end, it was this Oath and the lack of maintenance (of what I saw as a resolution to be kept), that caused me to walk away from my earlier career and find a new way. One where I could live the Oath for real. The constant push back, apathy and outright attack experienced from all sides since then has been soul destroying, not just for me, but for thousands who based their life's work on the Oath.
From the outset, the Oath has been desecrated completely. Not just one vow but ALL have been broken. It is no longer even compulsory to take the Oath. And for those who do, it is broken from day one of medical school as stakeholders have manipulated medical knowledge to ensure the focus is on money and control, and even if well-intentioned students with good hearts begin with their ideals in place, IF they last, they will graduate with very different points of view and goals.
Today, doctors' and other medical experts' rewards are great. There are few who do not drive the latest car, or live in luxury. Even those who have a life of poverty to treat the poor, are bound to agreements from satan himself. Agreements they in turn will defend to the death. What is right in front of them will be reported or recollected as the complete opposite to the truth, simply to ensure their registrations are renewed, their reputations and esteem continue intact, and their coveted titles remain in situ.
Meanwhile, the patient (or individual) no longer factors into the equation. First point of contact, the questions are solely about vaccine status, followed by diagnosis importance and the end point - medications and other measures which will keep the industry wheels turning.
In turn, those who work 'under' the medigods hold a special, sacred oath in their hearts, formed during their studies and practical years, which bind them to keep quiet, to never speak out against these medigods or the controlling pharmaceutical and legal companies responsible for their industry's existence. When a legal case does arise, the entire team involved will go into damage control to ensure all stories are exactly the same. Many a career is destroyed when one brave enough to speak out is excommunicated.
Medicine is devoid of knowledge or accuracy in regards to nutrition and diet. In fact, generations of jokes of hospital food and medically-advised nutrition continue to this day. Medical associations have put their stamp on diets and products linked to obesity, anorexia, sickness and death. Childrens' hospitals and general hospitals alike have fast food outlets on their grounds and hand out fast food vouchers as a sick reward for being sick in the first place.
To rub salt into the wound, medical associations and governing bodies openly criticise natural diets and doctors have long advised vegan and vegetarian patients to eat meat - even raw liver - in the vain hope it will magically cure an imbalance. Dietary advice in medical circles - including medical nutritionists - have been penned by the same pharmaceutical industries; meat, wheat, dairy, sugar, corn etc - each responsible for ill health in the first instance. Recommended RDAs are nothing more than what is required for basic existence rather than vital health.