ANOTHER good illustration of suppression may be found in the
allopathic treatment of venereal diseases. Almost invariably the drug
treatment suppresses these diseases in the stages of incubation
and aggravation, thus locking them up in the system. The
venereal taints and germs, however, are living things which grow and
multiply until the body has been completely permeated by them. Then
they must find an outlet somehow and somewhere, and consequently they
break out in the manifold so-called "secondary" and
The drug poisons which are used to "cure" (suppress)
these symptoms, greatly aggravate the disease. They create conditions
in the system infinitely worse than the venereal diseases
themselves. Thus the acute, easily curable stages of these ailments
are changed into the dreadful and obstinate chronic conditions. It is
in this way that venereal diseases are made hereditary and transmitted
to future generations.
In a special article on this subject entitled "Venereal
Diseases," published in "The Naturopath,"
January, 1913, 1 have substantiated the following claims:
- "Venereal diseases are not necessarily chronic in
their progressive development.
- "They are essentially
acute and self-limited. But may become chronic through
neglect or through suppressive drug treatment.
chronic, so-called secondary and tertiary manifestations of
venereal diseases, such as ulceration of bones and fleshy
tissue, gummata of the brain, sclerosis of the spinal cord,
arthritic rheumatism, degeneration and destruction of other
vital parts and organs of the body, are not so much the result
of the original gonorrheal or syphilitic infection, as of the
destructive drug poisons which have been taken to cure or
rather to suppress the primary lesions and acute inflammatory
- "Venereal diseases in the acute
inflammatory stages are easily and completely curable by
natural methods of living and of treatment.
- "Venereal diseases treated and cured by natural
methods during the acute inflammatory stages are never
followed by any chronic after-effects or secondary and
tertiary manifestations whatsoever.
- "When venereal
diseases have reached the secondary and tertiary stages, they
are still curable by natural methods of living and of
treatment, providing there is left sufficient vitality to
respond to treatment and providing the destruction of vital
parts and organs has not advanced too far.
of cases of well-developed locomotor ataxy, paresis, and other
so-called secondary and tertiary diseases of the brain and the
nervous system, of bony and fleshy tissues, and of vital
organs have been cured by our natural methods of
"It is self-evident, however, that the
treatment and cure of the chronic conditions require more
patience and perseverance than the cure of acute conditions
not tampered with and suppressed by drugs.
diseases treated and cured by natural methods are never
followed by chronic after-effects. On the other hand, mercury,
iodine, quinine, and coal-tar poisons produce all the
so-called secondary and tertiary symptoms of syphilis in
people who never in their lives were afflicted with venereal
diseases, but who have taken or absorbed these drug poisons in
". . . These facts are proven beyond
doubt by the Diagnosis from the Eye. All, destructive poisons
taken in sufficient quantities will in time reveal their
presence and exact location in the body through certain
well-defined signs or discolorations in the iris.
"These poisons undermine the structures of the body and
deteriorate vital parts and organs so slowly and insidiously
that the superficial observer does not trace and connect cause