DISTILLED WATERS STATEMENT: JOHN ARMSTONG, 1944.

DISTILLED WATERS STATEMENT: JOHN ARMSTONG, 1944.

“As I remarked elsewhere, he who makes a useful discovery has a duty to fulfill, it is to give that discovery to the world.  Even so, he may have a further duty —and that is to warn the world against what he has found to be harmful.”

—John Armstrong, from the Afterword titled, ‘Whither Medicine?’, from his book, The Water of Life, page 121.

Made and printed in Great Britain by Maxwell, Love & Co. Ltd. Bradley’s Buildings, White Lion Street, London, First Edition, 1944.

First Edition printing of The Water of Life by John Armstrong, 1944.

First Edition printing of The Water of Life by John Armstrong, 1944.

Another quote from the Afterword…

“In view of all this, we may well ask “whither Medicine? ” Is the law going to force the public to submit to alleged‐to‐be immunizations against this or that disease when the medicos themselves are not even agreed that such measures are right, or dare not agree that they are wrong? And presuming that immunization does not actually become compulsory, that is not going to prevent the authorities from persuasively warning an innocent public against the “dangers ” of not submitting to it. At one time The Church persuaded innocent people that if they did not bow down to her, they would have to burn in Hell for an eternity! But though the autocracy of the clergy is now more or less a thing of the past, unless we are very firm in asserting our democratic rights, we may be faced with an even worse form of autocracy, and that is the autocracy of what goes under the name of Science. And I say advisedly “goes under the name,” because whilst true Science endeavours to understand the Laws of Nature, false science tries to improve upon Nature under the assumption that man knows better than Dame Nature herself. Thus not only is our soil interfered with but also the human body. Dogmatic surgeons have declared that tonsils, the appendix and even the gall‐bladder are useless organs, and therefore should be extirpated in order to prevent them from becoming diseased! It is only a comparatively short time ago that medical “scientists” told us that the pineal gland and the pituitary body were also useless organs‐and this, merely because they had as yet found no special reason for their existence in the human brain. Fortunately for man, they could not be excised without killing the patient!”

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