This is a compilation of Medical and Physiological Science articles detailing the truth about Circumcision. That being, it is unnecessary, traumatizing for a lifetime, and sexually stunting. This data comes from several notable PHDs. The last article is a research post from a woman, who like many in our modern world, assumed it was perfectly normal, only to discover the irrationality of the procedure.
My Personal Passion For Healing
This is one of the biggest red pill topics for catalyzing consciousness, and is such an intense realization, I think even the most awake people will have a hard time reconciling it. Personally, this data is something I have had to do a lot of inner work to process, the trauma and shear horror of realizing that the vast majority of males (and females in many places) go through enormous trauma at birth. Suffering profoundly in life as a result, is a lot to take in. Further, there are many young people who have to endure the trauma as adolescents, acting as a major blow to their growing psyches. A friend of mine had to go through the procedure due to being told by their doctor that they had a tight foreskin. This doctors lack of knowledge lead to this unnecessary procedure, the end result being a loss of 70% of their former sensation.
But with the power of holistic thinking, reconciliation and discernment, we can transcend any initial reaction of fear about these topics, to develop a mode of personal activism and become an agent of change. It’s human nature to have compassion with our fellow living creatures, and the Cabal work tirelessly to stifle this.
I think this is one topic that once fully revealed can become a major rallying point for collective action. If the awakening population unified on this one thing alone, we could achieve a great deal of change, and this would most likely be the first domino in a grand chain leading to total global change.
The world is and has been awash with practices designed to limit consciousness and personal empowerment for thousands of years, many hidden under the guise of medical, cultural and traditional acceptance. Rarely do we question these things, but in doing so we can see the truth for ourselves and begin a process of healing. This aspect of empowerment and healing is something I have always been passionate about in life. I remember as a child deeply empathizing with suffering around me, and I had a hard time watching TV for this reason. But like most sensitive people, we quickly develop techniques to avoid these realities, only to feel dis-empowered as a result. But with awareness comes the potential for knowledge, and with knowledge can come empowerment. With personal empowerment and activism in mind, we hope to share the truth about Circumcision, using it as an template for uncovering many other long hidden systems of division and control in this world. Healing starts with the mind, our choice to gain knowledge so as to empower ourselves.
For the record, we are not circumcised. But like many who live in the US, it just seemed like a small procedure, similar to getting an ear pierced. Growing up with other boys who were circumcised it didn’t seem to be anything more then an aesthetic difference, like having different color hair. But as I began researching this topic several months ago, I quickly realized there was something far more insidious behind it. And like most other things in the Health industry, it was being performed with little to no knowledge of its affects or intended purpose by doctors advising the procedure. The truth is, circumcising males is just as horrific of a practice as female circumcision, and is part of a initiation into trauma based mind control programs that have dominated modern civilization for thousands of years.
In this brief write up, I will offer some of the principles behind why this happens, how mind control works at a psychological level, and why we must understand these truths in order to gain liberation from their affects.
Additionally, there are ways to reverse and even regenerate foreskin lost during circumcision, known as Foreskin Restoration.
What Is Mind Control?
Mind Control is one topic that anyone falling down the rabbit hole will invariably come to terms with. In my opinion, the full breath and scope of these forms of manipulation has yet to be fully realized by even the most well educated. The amount of energy poured into manipulation of our consciousness is mind boggling, and before we get into the science and psychology of it, there are many ways to heal and reverse their affects.
All mind control is centered around the suppression of the conscious mind’s ability to recognize patterns and make conscious choices; the action of Free Will. Whether its subliminal suggestion or overt trauma, the end result is to create a belief recognized as the path of least resistance, so that literally we chose to act out what is offered in the suggestion. Any belief, idea, or concept we accept to be true, without understanding the logical or rational reasons why, is mind control. It is an externalized belief, and usually is accepted for emotional, social or egoistic reasons. Even if the concept is true, our ability to be empowered by it will be very limited without developing a personal intrinsic understanding of it. It is the difference between following a recipe for our favorite dish, and learning the chemistry and science of it. If we lack knowledge about why we are doing something, we are literally dependent on the source.
The primary technique is to embed a thought structure (an idea) in the unconscious mind, within a package that is accepted by the conscious mind as desirable. For instance, advertisers focus on creating a need, and then filling that need with their product. Consider the health industry which focuses on symptoms of the body and how we need their products to feel better, yet never address the actual causes. They don’t tell us why we are sick, the series of cause and effect events that produced the condition of disease, only that we need their products to feel better; not actually be cured. This is a way to address the emotional charge of what we are experiencing instead of providing a method to change the conditions, a true and bonafide cure.
Trauma Based Mind Control
The essence of mind control is to provide a series of conditions for us to willingly accept manipulation. Our emotions are how this is accomplished. When a patient feels sick and desperate, willing to do almost anything to feel better, the conditions are right to offer the suggestion. This happens in social settings as well, as we are trained to want the acceptance of others even at the cost of our own personal knowledge. The entire educational system has the effect of slowly traumatizing us into accepting ideas and beliefs we have very little personal understanding of. Failing to do so, by not passing tests, or graduating from school, leaves us alienated from the people we are trained to want acceptance from, as such we subvert our personal goals, intuition and knowing for the socially acceptable facts pushed by society.
The concept of disgust is one of the central techniques of manipulation based on social trauma. We are trained to define much of our world as disgusting, dirty and foreign – a complete logical fallacy given the empirical data. In nature there is no such thing as waste, just transformation. A plant produces beneficial compounds which animals consume and then release back in the form of feces. In nature this continues the cycle of life, providing food for plants and microorganism, and enriches the ecosystem at large. In or modern world we take the waste from billions of people and pump it into sequestration systems known as sewers, robbing the ecosystem of the vital things it needs to give us food and health. Then we use artificial means to fertilize the ground to replace what we have taken, while at the same time trying to close ourselves off from nature itself, living in houses and cities that further degrade our vitality and mental wellness. All of this in the name of trying to avoid things we label as disgusting. Many of us view our own bodily products and excretions as gross, horrific and even unhealthy, yet there is little to no real data to support these emotionally reactive beliefs.
In the final analysis, humanity has been trained to hate itself, to loathe our bodies and the symphony of nature that we are one with. And the result is a world of increasing suffering, pollution and destruction, as we foolishly attempt to divorce ourselves from the cycles of life. All of this based on the beliefs that are generated by emotional trauma – laid on a foundation of ignorance and lack of knowledge. Our fear of the thing we do not understand, produces a feeling of revulsion or disgust when we focus our attention on it. The psychological and physiological process is a regression of our thought processes into the R Complex of the brain, the reptilian centers for the fight or flight response. This is why many people react to bodily functions with a physical response – pulling away, waves of fearful emotion, nausea and even loss of consciousness. All of these are symptoms of trauma, which is simply the choice to reject or turn away from something we have incomplete knowledge of, causing extreme emotional reactions.
The Cure For Trauma and Mind Control
The truth is simple, and the method for addressing any trauma or mind control is knowledge and bravery. We must face our fears of the unknown, gaining key knowledge and understanding, so as to unlock the prison we have created within our minds. In the process we gain liberation from any externalized belief or suggestion that we accepted as a result of emotional trauma. Eventually we transcend the need for social acceptance if it comes with the price of loss of personal sovereignty.
I have a personal experience of doing this, with probably the most widely accepted disgusting thing on Earth: Urine. As I mentioned earlier, health is very important to me, and it was the discovery of the Gerson Therapy cure for cancer in 2010 that started our journey of awakening. In early 2012 I heard about Urine Therapy from listening to a radio show with Andrew Norton Webber. At the time I thought urine was a waste product, with no health benefits whatsoever.
Urine Therapy is the practice of drinking one’s own urine and rubbing it into their body, for certain periods of time to effect healing. Given my pre-existing beliefs, this idea seemed like total nonsense and potentially damaging, but I did not have any knowledge to support my beliefs other than the socially acceptable programming offered in my youth. That, in addition to many years of feeling repulsed by the smell and process of urinating, supported my belief. I was essentially traumatized by my lack of knowledge and erroneous definitions.
But I wanted to know the truth, and I began researching as much as I could about Urine Therapy, what was actually in Urine and anything else I could find. At the end of a 3 month process, I was completely blown away by how many beneficial qualities are within Urine, and that the medical and pharmaceutical industry spend billions annually to discover and synthesize compounds from it. I won’t recap all my findings here, but I did write a blog post that has since gone viral on all my findings.
It’s not that Urine is just excess fluids, it is literally the bodies living fluid for enshrouding every cell in our bodies. Most of the water in it is highly structured H3O2 or the so called fourth phase of water, which has been noted for its amazing health effects. People have not only cured cancers, but rejuvenated scar tissue, healed cataracts, and even cured themselves of HIV. And with all this knowledge about it, I decided to face my long term fears and begin my own personal process of rejuvenation. I also learned, in the care of several friends knowledgeable about Epigenetics and Permaculture, that urine is an amazing fluid to add to the food we produce. The DNA within food will literally begin to produce better compounds, tailor made for the person whom donates their living fluid to the ecosystem.
I have since that time healed many long term ailments, but what was even more profound was the psychological effects. I remember as a child going into rest rooms and being physically sick from the smell of old urine. But after 3 years of actively doing Urine Therapy, something that I thought was beyond my control transformed: I am no longer repulsed by the smell of Urine and even find it to be pleasant. Many people will probably read that and think I have gone crazy, but the truth is I have liberated myself from the Trauma Based Mind Control offered by our would-be masters, through knowledge and bravely making new choices as a result.
This is the process for curing trauma and healing our divided consciousness. The topic of Circumcision is one such example, as there are myths about our bodies circulating around as proven facts. There are many other things I could delve into about this and the nature of sexuality in general, but for now there is enough to review within the below articles to begin this process of healing by way of developing intrinsic knowledge.
I intend to do more articles of this sort in the future, and while we have been conditioned to avoid things in life that challenge our long held beliefs we think the only way to empower ourselves to transform, is to do the opposite; face all our challenges.
14 Myths About Male Circumcision You Most Likely Believe
When I was pregnant with my first child, I just thought that circumcision was what you did, no big deal, and that every man was circumcised.
Then one day I saw a picture of a baby being circumcised, and everything changed. Just one tiny, grainy photo was enough to make me want to know more, and the more I knew, the worse it got. It turns out, circumcision really is a big deal.
Male Circumcision Surgery Myths
Myth #1: They just cut off a flap of skin.
Reality check: Not true. The foreskin is half of the penis’s skin, not just a flap. In an adult man, the foreskin is 15 square inches of skin. In babies and children, the foreskin is adhered to the head of the penis with the same type of tissue that adheres fingernails to their nail beds.
Removing it requires shoving a blunt probe between the foreskin and the head of the penis and then cutting down and around the whole penis. Check out these photos.
Myth #2: It doesn’t hurt the baby.
Reality check: Wrong. In 1997, doctors in Canada did a study to see what type of anesthesia was most effective in relieving the pain of circumcision. As with any study, they needed a control group that received no anesthesia.
The doctors quickly realized that the babies who were not anesthetized were in so much pain that it would be unethical to continue with the study. Even the best commonly available method of pain relief studied, the dorsal penile nerve block, did not block all the babies’ pain.
Some of the babies in the study were in such pain that they began choking and one even had a seizure.
Myth #3: My doctor uses anesthesia.
Reality check: Not necessarily. Most newborns do not receive adequate anesthesia. Only 45% of doctors who do circumcisions use any anesthesia at all. Obstetricians perform 70% of circumcisions and are least likely to use anesthesia – only 25% do.
The most common reasons why they don’t? They didn’t think the procedure warranted it, and it takes too long (Stang 1998). A circumcision with adequate anesthesia takes a half-hour – if they brought your baby back sooner, he was in severe pain during the surgery.
Myth #4: Even if it is painful, the baby won’t remember it.
Reality check: The body is a historical repository and remembers everything. The pain of circumcision causes a rewiring of the baby’s brain so that he is more sensitive to pain later (Taddio 1997, Anand 2000).
Circumcision also can cause post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anger, low self-esteem and problems with intimacy (Boyle 2002, Hammond 1999, Goldman 1999 – STUDY). Even with a lack of explicit memory and the inability to protest – does that make it right to inflict pain?
Myth #5: My baby slept right through it.
Reality check: Not possible without total anesthesia, which is not available. Even the dorsal penile nerve block leaves the underside of the penis receptive to pain. Babies go into shock, which though it looks like a quiet state, is actually the body’s reaction to profound pain and distress.
Nurses often tell the parents “He slept right through it” so as not to upset them. Who would want to hear that his or her baby was screaming in agony?
Myth #6: It doesn’t cause the baby long-term harm.
Reality check: Incorrect. Removal of healthy tissue from a non-consenting patient is, in itself, harm (more on this point later). Circumcision has an array of risks and side effects. There is a 1-3% complication rate during the newborn period alone (Schwartz 1990).
Here is a short list potential complications:
- Meatal Stenosis: Many circumcised boys and men suffer from meatal stenosis. This is a narrowing of the urethra which can interfere with urination and require surgery to fix.
- Adhesions: Circumcised babies can suffer from adhesions, where the foreskin remnants try to heal to the head of the penis in an area they are not supposed to grow on. Doctors treat these by ripping them open with no anesthesia.
- Buried penis: Circumcision can lead to trapped or buried penis – too much skin is removed, and so the penis is forced inside the body. This can lead to problems in adulthood when the man does not have enough skin to have a comfortable erection. Some men even have their skin split open when they have an erection. There are even more sexual consequences, which we will address in a future post.
- Infection: The circumcision wound can become infected. This is especially dangerous now with the prevalence of hospital-acquired multi-drug resistant bacteria.
- Death: Babies can even die of circumcision. Over 100 newborns die each year in the USA, mostly from loss of blood and infection (Van Howe 1997 & 2004, Bollinger 2010).
Myth #7: You have to get the baby circumcised because it is really hard to keep a baby’s penis clean.
Reality check: In babies, the foreskin is completely fused to the head of the penis. You cannot and should not retract it to clean it, as this would cause the child pain, and is akin to trying to clean the inside of a baby girl’s vagina. The infant foreskin is perfectly designed to protect the head of the penis and keep feces out.
All you have to do is wipe the outside of the penis like a finger. It is harder to keep a circumcised baby’s penis clean because you have to carefully clean around the wound, make sure no feces got into the wound, and apply ointment.
Myth #8: Little boys won’t clean under their foreskins and will get infections.
Reality check: The foreskin separates and retracts on its own sometime between age 3 and puberty. Before it retracts on its own, you wipe the outside off like a finger. After it retracts on its own, it will get clean during the boy’s shower or bath.
Once a boy discovers this cool, new feature of his penis, he will often retract the foreskin himself during his bath or shower, and you can encourage him to rinse it off. But he should not use soap as this upsets the natural balance and is very irritating.
There is nothing special that the parents need to do. Most little boys have absolutely no problem playing with their penises in the shower or anywhere else! It was harder to teach my boys to wash their hair than it was to care for their penises. (Camille 2002)
Myth #9: Uncircumcised penises get smelly smegma.
Reality check: Actually, smegma is produced by the genitals of both women and men during the reproductive years.
Smegma is made of sebum and skin cells and naturally lubricates the foreskin and glans in men, and the clitoral hood and inner labia in women. It is rinsed off during normal bathing and does not cause cancer or any other health problems.
Myth #10: “My uncle wasn’t circumcised and he kept getting infections and had to be circumcised as an adult.”
Reality check: Medical advice may have promoted infection in uncircumcised males. A shocking number of doctors are uneducated about the normal development of the foreskin, and they (incorrectly) tell parents that they have to retract the baby’s foreskin and wash inside it at every diaper change.
Doing this tears the foreskin and the tissue (called synechia) that connects it to the head of the penis, leading to scarring and infection.
Misinformation was especially prevalent during the 1950s and 60s, when most babies were circumcised and we didn’t know as much about the care of the intact penis, which is why the story is always about someone’s uncle.
Doing this to a baby boy would be like trying to clean the inside of a baby girl’s vagina with Q-tips at every diaper change. Rather than preventing problems, such practices would cause problems by introducing harmful bacteria.
Remember that humans evolved from animals, so no body part that required special care would survive evolutionary pressures. The human genitals are wonderfully self-cleaning and require no special care.
Myth #11: My son was diagnosed with phimosis and so had to be circumcised.
Reality check: Phimosis means that the foreskin will not retract. Since children’s foreskins are naturally not retractable, it is impossible to diagnose phimosis in a child.
Any such diagnoses in infants are based on misinformation, and are often made in order to secure insurance coverage of circumcision in states in which routine infant circumcision is no longer covered.
Even some adult men have foreskins that do not retract, but as long as it doesn’t interfere with sexual intercourse, it is no problem at all, as urination itself cleans the inside of the foreskin (note that urine is sterile when leaving the body.)
Phimosis can also be treated conservatively with a steroid cream and gentle stretching done by the man himself, should he so desire it, or, at worst, a slit on the foreskin, rather than total circumcision. (Ashfield 2003) These treatment decisions can and should be made by the adult man.
Myth #12: Uncircumcised boys get more urinary tract infections (UTIs.)
Reality check: This claim is based on one study that looked at charts of babies born in one hospital (Wiswell 1985).
The study had many problems, including that it didn’t accurately count whether or not the babies were circumcised, whether they were premature and thus more susceptible to infection in general, whether they were breastfed (breastfeeding protects against UTI), and if their foreskins had been forcibly retracted (which can introduce harmful bacteria and cause UTI) (Pisacane 1990).
There have been many studies since which show either no decrease in UTI with circumcision, or else an increase in UTI from circumcision. Thus circumcision is not recommended to prevent UTI (Thompson 1990). Girls have higher rates of UTI than boys, and yet when a girl gets a UTI, she is simply prescribed antibiotics. The same treatment works for boys.
Myth #13: Circumcision prevents HIV/AIDS.
Reality check: Three studies in Africa several years ago that claimed that circumcision prevented AIDS and that circumcision was as effective as a 60% effective vaccine (Auvert 2005, 2006). These studies had many flaws, including that they were stopped before all the results came in.
There have also been several studies that show that circumcision does not prevent HIV (Connolly 2008). There are many issues at play in the spread of STDs which make it very hard to generalize results from one population to another.
In Africa, where the recent studies have been done, most HIV transmission is through male-female sex, but in the USA, it is mainly transmitted through blood exposure (like needle sharing) and male-male sex.
Male circumcision does not protect women from acquiring HIV, nor does it protect men who have sex with men (Wawer 2009, Jameson 2009).
What’s worse, because of the publicity surrounding the African studies, men in Africa are now starting to believe that if they are circumcised, they do not need to wear condoms, which will increase the spread of HIV (Westercamp 2010).
Even in the study with the most favorable effects of circumcision, the protective effect was only 60% – men would still have to wear condoms to protect themselves and their partners from HIV.
In the USA, during the AIDS epidemic of the 1980s and 90s, about 85% of adult men were circumcised (much higher rates of circumcision than in Africa), and yet HIV still spread.
It is important to understand, too, that the men in the African studies were adults and they volunteered for circumcision. Babies undergoing circumcision were not given the choice to decide for themselves.
Myth #14: Circumcision is worth it because it can save lives.
Reality check: Consider breast cancer: There is a 12% chance that a woman will get breast cancer in her lifetime. Removal of the breast buds at birth would prevent this, and yet no one would advocate doing this to a baby.
It is still considered somewhat shocking when an adult woman chooses to have a prophylactic mastectomy because she has the breast cancer gene, yet this was a personal choice done based upon a higher risk of cancer.
The lifetime risk of acquiring HIV is less than 2% for men, and can be lowered to near 0% through condom-wearing (Hall 2008). How, then, can we advocate prophylactic circumcision for baby boys?
Science and data do not support the practice of infant circumcision. Circumcision does not preclude the use of the condom. The adult male should have the right to make the decision for himself and not have his body permanently damaged as a baby.+
By Lillian Dell’Aquila Cannon and Darcia Narvaez, Ph.D.
Psychological Effects of Circumcision by Susan Blank, M.D