Hope springs eternal when what you need is beyond reach. Such was the case in 2009 when a doctor named Pete Peterson showed up on what I now know to be a very popular “whistle blower's” website called Project Camelot to give a lengthy description of a medical device that sounded more like something from Star Trek than what you would now find in a doctor's office. Peterson described this device as one that supposedly blasts specific frequencies into a person who is ill and puts an end to all sorts of illnesses – including cancer. Now, close to a year later, public access to this medical miracle is no closer than the ticket counter for a trip to Mars. But wait!
The device surfaced again recently on a radio show in the Netherlands called The Waterman Files on Argusoog Radio. The host is Dr. John Waterman, who is said to be using an alias to protect him from less-than-friendly encounters with government-type officials who would reportedly prefer that he stop blowing his whistle. On
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