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   The fine points of curing HSV-1 -- "cold sores," or oral herpes -- and HSV-2 -- genital herpes, and of helping others cure herpes

What you're going to read here will make a lot more sense if you immediately listen to several CureShows about herpes. There you will hear people who are curing, and have cured, that disease talking about how they did it, and actually curing it right before your ears. All herpes sufferers will cure their herpes this way, because they don't have to pay for it.

When the herpes CureShow is televised herpes cure will a world reality. That's the nature of the CureShow -- it's reality TV!

But is it ever really cured? Or do we simply stop getting outbreaks? Are we killing the virus, or simply suppressing the outbreaks?

Yes, some of us have had medical test where we tested negative for herpes viruses. Does that mean the virus is actually gone? Or did its activity just drop to a sub-clinical level?

It would be far easier for you to draw your own conclusions about the presence, or absence, of herpes were you to listen to people talking about curing it on the herpes CureShow, and hear how they do it, and what it actually sounds like for the virus to go. Here, in this writing, I'm simply going to give you my own recounts of my experiences with causing HSV-1, and HSV-2, to go away and stay away. And I had both. I got both 1966 from a pretty nurse -- yes, she was actually a nurse -- I met on South Beach in Miami. I spent the next 28 years having outbreaks. They stopped abruptly in 1993, when I began doing immunics.

Immunics is curing through conscious control of your immune system.
-- Robert Casola, D.O. 

Keep checking. The very first thing I learned about curing herpes was to keep checking for it. I was the very first person who ever took it out. No one told me that could be done. I was doing the kind of testing that you learn in this Web College for other things. And one day, in the middle of a big herpes outbreak in 1993 -- July -- I just thought to ask if I could remove herpes and I got a yes. You'll find the procedures for removing viruses written out in this Skill. I did those, and felt a lot better. But after I took a nap I felt worse -- back to where I was before I first removed it. I checked, and discovered it was back!

First Lesson gained -- check for it again.

So wouldn't this indicate that immunics didn't cure it? Yes.

It turns out that immunics is the kind of thing you have to do continuously, over time. How long does it take, doing immunics, before when you check, you never find it again? For me that was about 18 months -- 2 years. There were periods when I didn't find any, and then it would resurface. I never had a new outbreak again after the very first time I removed it. But I did keep finding it at the subclinical level.

So now you know a lot more about immunics. Immunics is simply a way of discovering diseases at the subclinical level and attacking them there. This can be done even when any disease, such as cancer, is in full flower. And when you take it out at the clinical level, the clinical symptoms disappear, or never materialize in the first place.

It is prevention in the extreme.

You can cause an active outbreak to disappear in a short time. I didn't know this, when I first took it out. The outbreak I had disappeared in the usual way herpes outbreaks had always disappeared. I just never got another one after the first time.

But people tell me that when they catch it too late, and does appear in their physical body, they can actually cause the pustules to dry up within minutes or hours of discovering them. That is not the optimal way to attack herpes, though. The optimal way is to check for herpes throughout the day, and especially every time you wake up, or even if you were just daydreaming, and take it out at the subclinical level. So that no further outbreaks even threaten.

But is it cured?

A friend of mine who cured her herpes several years ago told me that she recently started to get an outbreak. She whacked it, but she said it was definitely a herpes outbreak. She can tell. So, at least in her case, her herpes wasn't gone.

Would she, though, have tested negative for herpes on the medical test? Maybe. Again, medical tests may not show viruses that are present. This is why HIV sufferers, when their viral load drops to "0," do not discontinue taking their HIV cocktails -- the virus may still be there. And it can be very difficult to go back on those drugs once you've come off them.

Can herpes be lethal?  Herpes has been indicated as a cofactor in many diseases, such as Alzheimer's, heart disease, Bell's palsy, and of course cancer. So herpes can be lethal. It is, therefore, in my opinion extremely important to keep herpes out permanently at the subclinical level, whether you're getting outbreaks or not. It seems like it's all we can do -- keep it out so that we don't test for it anymore, and presume that if it's either gone or we've got it down a level where we can't pick it up on one of our tests then it probably won't give as cancer or a heart attack.

I have seen people cure cancer with immunics, using similar methods to the ones with which I've seen people curing herpes. So I assume those procedures are working, and keeping us immune, and experience has borne that out.

One of the best ways I know to prevent ever getting another herpes outbreak is simply to do the 2-Step Startup with a whole bunch of friends, some of whom have and will also cure herpes, and live from the approach to life you assimilate. That's immunity.

The reason I have gone to the trouble of telling you this is beyond curing your herpes. It is about how an immuner develops. Sometimes, when people can't cure things quickly, it may be because God wants you to develop as an immuner, which is different from doing immunics or curing things. We immuners are ornery cusses. We don't get sick; we win. Immuner meets disease; disease dies.

No compromise.

Cure your herpes not for yourself, but for all of humanity
It may just be ordained by God that some of us can't cure herpes unless our intention to do so comes from a real caring and compassion for other people.

The Dalai Lama said something about this. He said, "We attain enlightenment for all sentient beings." Well, it looks like God is with the Dalai Lama on this one. So if you're having a difficult time destroying your herpes, you might try re-making your commitment to cure it on the basis that it will help children in Africa and other helpless people to cure their herpes if you cure yours. Herpes kills children in Africa.   Every cure feeds into the global cure bank in some unfathomable yet obvious way, and makes it more likely that the next person who tries will cure their herpes. Some of us are doing pretty good right now.

To be in immuner is to be a revolutionary   In Africa, the issue was passes. The white government decreed that blacks were to carry passes. Revolutionary blacks burned their passes in public.

For immuners the issue is the herpes. We cure our herpeses in public. For any us of us to have the herpes, then, is like it was for a black person in South Africa to be imprisoned without trial, beaten, tortured, or killed.

Curing your herpes is a disease activist's act, especially if you tell everyone you possibly can, including your doctor, that you've done so. So is not getting the herpes at all.

This is how we will eradicate all diseases. If you can cure the herpes, you can cure cancer. You can hear people curing cancer, just like herpes, on the Cure Shows about cancer. Our first and most recent CD was donated by a guy who happened to own a CD company and who cured his cancer with the same skills you're using to cure your herpes. His cure happened after his doctor gave him up for dead, told him he had three months to live, and arranged hospice care for him!
The way to fight for the world is to cure your herpes, and get absolutely no herpes, ever. To be in immuner is to be a revolutionary.

Tell the media we're doing this.  We have to reach the media. We have to reach somebody who can do something. It may only take one person. Call the 6 o'clock news. Tell them what you did. If one service picks up the story, all the rest of them will, too. This has to be all over everything, everywhere.

The information on this page is not meant to train you to cure your herpes, which would happen by listening to the Hotline shows, and doing the The 2-Step Video or Audio Startup Course, but to help you avoid the problems and pitfalls that people run into who are succeeding, or have succeeded, with curing their herpes. It's about where people go wrong once they succeed. 

First teach yourself immunics.  You do that with The 2-Step Video or Audio Startup Course.

The herpes will start to diminish the minute you do any kind of immunics. This will not mean that it is "cured," just that you feel better.


Keep at it

You can cure herpes any time at any stage of its development.

Once the herpes symptoms have either completely disappeared or seem to be decreasing rapidly, stay vigilant for their return, or for them to begin increasing again.

It is human nature to think that when something is cured it's gone and will never come back, and this idea crosses borders and socioeconomic brackets. It's an idea that kills people.

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