Without warning or warrant federal marshals raided the LA office of Dr. Gary Glum. Before this day in 1988 Dr. Glum didn’t know he owed taxes to the IRS. He didn’t. IRS officials didn’t even show up for the raid. One of the US marshals unabashedly stated: “This has nothing to do with taxes; this is about cancer. Do you understand?”
“Perfectly.” Glum replied.
Nevertheless, with money in hand, Dr. Glum made weekly trips to the IRS to pay off liens totalling roughly $500,000. Although the bogus debt was whittled down some, Dr. Glum and his family were flat broke by the time the IRS had finished picking their pockets.
“Rather than kill you they try to financially incarcerate you; then they try to discredit you,” Dr. Glum said in one of our phone conversations. He wasn’t kidding.
They eventually did threaten to kill him and his family and some have sought to discredit him. So who are they and what was all the fuss about? As it turned out, the federal marshals were only interested in seizing Glum’s video tapes as well as copies of his just-published book Calling of an Angel. So who was the angel?
Her name was Rene Caisse. She was a Canadian nurse who devoted over 50 years of her life perfecting an old Indian remedy and treating thousands of cancer patients. The four-herb tea that she developed and tested produced phenomenal results. She called it Essiac, which is her surname spelled backwards.
Nurse Caisse introduced Essiac to Dr. Charles Brusch, the personal physician of President John F. Kennedy and head of the Brusch Medical Center in Cambridge. According to Dr. Glum, Dr. Brusch stated: “I know Essiac has curing potential. It can lessen the condition of the individual, control it, and it can cure it.” Dr. Brusch even used Rene Caisse’s tea to successfully treat his own cancer. However, Dr. Brusch told Dr. Glum that when he publicly endorsed Essiac as a cancer cure, the feds gave him two choices: “either get hauled off to military prison where he’d never be heard from again or stay quiet.” He chose the latter.
The Canadian government continually threatened to arrest Rene even though she was saving lives. She gave cancer patients her Essiac treatment free of charge. In spite of the government and many others wanting Rene to reveal her four herb formula, she kept it secret (except for her closest friends). She eventually sold the formula for $1.00 in 1977 to a Canadian corporation, Resperin, believing they would continue using it to save lives and relieve pain and suffering. However, Rene died in 1978 and Resperin ran into obstacles from the government and medical establishment. It also appears that the original heads of Resperin were dragging their feet, too. Whatever the case may have been, nurse Caisse’s remarkable remedy began to fade into oblivion.
In 1985 Dr. Glum purchased Rene’s four-herb formula for $120,000 from an anonymous source. Initially, he used it to treat his chronic bronchitis. He said that his bronchitis “went away in short order” and that he has not been sick a day in his life since he began taking Essiac–No colds, no flu, no bronchitis, nearly perfect health. Rene Caisse’s four-herb tea is also widely known for its ability to boost the immune system and detoxify the body.
Dr. Glum was the first one to release Rene Caisse’s formula to the public. He believed that the recipe for the tea should not be kept secret. Therefore, in the last page of Calling of an Angel he gave readers a toll-free number to call to purchase a video tape which revealed Rene Caisse’s recipe for brewing the tea. The video also exposed the history and politics behind international pharmaceutical corporations such as I. G. Farben, et al. These were the video tapes (including the master tape) that the feds unlawfully seized.
On December 23, 1994, Mary McPherson, a trusted friend of Rene Caisse who had personally helped her make the tea, publicly entrusted the formula to the town of Bracebridge, Ontario in the form of a sworn affidavit. It revealed that Dr. Glum had given the correct formula on his video tapes.
In the mid-80s Dr. Glum gave Essiac to a man who was dying of cancer. The cancer disappeared. During the course of their relationship the man confided that he was an MI6 agent and that AIDS was man-made. Grateful to be alive, the agent asked Glum what could he do to repay him. Dr. Glum then asked the man if he could obtain more intelligence on the AIDS epidemic. For the following eight years the agent secreted some very alarming information to Dr. Glum.
In 1994 Dr. Glum published his second book, Full Disclosure, which revealed secret reports about the made-in-America AIDS virus and the motives of the people behind it. Thirty days later Dr. Glum boarded a plane at LAX. As he was standing in line to board the plane, he noticed a man in line whose eyes were glued to him. Later, while in flight, the same man approached him near the rear of the plane. He identified himself as an agent from the Office of Naval Intelligence and began asking Dr. Glum questions.
Finally, the man stated: “You’re bright beyond bright. Put an end to this struggle now or we’ll kill you, your wife and child.” Dr. Glum described the ONI agent as being “cold as ice. You could see icicles fall from his teeth. It was bone-chilling.”
Despite the threat, Dr. Glum continued to promote Full Disclosure and Essiac. He contacted the producer of 60 Minutes and the executive news producer of ABC in New York. He even invited 60 Minutes to expose him and Essiac as a fraud if they found what he was saying was untrue. However, the mainstream media wouldn’t touch it. Dr. Glum cited two instances where he was being interviewed on two different radio talk shows, but on both occasions the stations’ transmitters were shut down soon after the interviews started.
Putting purpose above profit, Dr. Glum created a web site (www.drglum.com) and invited people to download his two books free of charge. He was getting thousands of hits every day. Then a man who identified himself as a Naval officer telephoned Dr. Glum and told him to get off the internet. Dr. Glum ignored the warning, so they kicked him off. Dr. Glum believes he was shut down via the Carnivore boxes used by ISPs. He tried about three more times to maintain a web site, but each time he was booted off.
Dr. Glum didn’t write just another book about AIDS. It was about population control and global racism–injected by the dirty needle of Doctor Rockefeller and his coterie of elitist quacks: “Code Word Cardinal is the password to the file containing intelligence on a small group of the world’s most powerful people…. They call themselves The Olympians.” Dr. Glum named the people and corporations behind the veil of secrecy and cited secret and not-so-secret documents that link these self-proclaimed Olympians to Hitler and the UN agenda to create a master race and reduce the population of Earth. Full Disclosure shattered the myths, propaganda and confusion surrounding the AIDS epidemic with which We the People have been programmed. In 1994 Dr. Glum stated: “AIDS is merely their latest–and potentially most ruthless and destructive–form of warfare against ordinary humanity. AIDS is the ideal weapon of mass destruction.”
Dr. Glum confirmed the existence of an antidote for AIDS in a two-hour phone conversation on February 11, 2003. He claims that he worked with AIDS Project LA and was given five AIDS patients out of 179 terminal patients. Dr. Glum took these five patients off of the killer drugs AZT and DDI and put them on Essiac three times a day. He also gave them the antidote for AIDS, which he secretly obtained from the same MI6 agent whose life he saved. Those five patients were the only ones who lived–the other 174 died. Dr. Glum said that the five patients recovered their health and, after three or four years, they were all still living normal, healthy lives. According to Dr. Glum, the people at the AIDS Project deny that any of this ever occurred.
In Full Disclosure, Dr. Glum gave some very good clues as to the nature of the AIDS antidote. However, he fell short of giving the precise formula away, stating: “That’s as much as I can say and hope to stay alive.” During one of our conversations he added that the antidote could be purchased in health food stores.
Dr. Glum will release the antidote formula publicly when Full Disclosure becomes a household word. However, even then, the Olympians could counter the antidote release with yet another designer plague. The long-term solution must be, first, to publicly expose the Olympian agenda, then: “Public pressure must convince politicians that they have no choice but to seek the truth about AIDS…. Prosecution of those who created this monstrous plague could permanently remove them from society before they do more harm. And it would put their spiritual heirs on notice that America will no longer tolerate this kind of criminality…. If the Olympians succeed at keeping the American public asleep until their very survival as a nation requires a police state, then the Olympians will happily step in to run it. And be perceived as heroes for saving the day.
Out of this nightmare comes the unthinkable in the early 21st Century: A dictatorship–worthy of a Hitler–running America. And with technology (and biotechnology) in its arsenal that is beyond Hitler’s wildest dreams.”
Dr. Glum invites everyone to download his books free of charge at Ivan Fraser’s web site, The Truth Campaign [www.truthcampaign.co.uk]. This is a British web site, which may explain why it has not been shut down yet. Dr. Glum was approached by “spooks” at Tyson’s Corner, Vienna, Virginia, and was given a final warning not to print a second edition. That threat effectively banned the books in the US and silenced Dr. Glum. However, there are still some first-edition, hard-cover books hidden in secure locations that can be obtained via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Before the feds attacked him, Dr. Glum maintained a successful chiropractic practice treating some of the most successful world-class athletes–e. g., tracks stars, weight lifters and NFL teams. He developed the Neuromuscular Re-education technique to heal soft tissue injuries, which is now being used by other chiropractors, such as Dr. Peter Levy. I gathered from my conversations with Dr. Glum that he left his practice due to the unexpected turn of events in his life.
[According to Dr. Glum, Essiac became a registered trademark several years after he wrote Calling of an Angel.]
[All quotes in the above article are from Dr. Glum's verbal statements made during telephone conversations and from his books. All quotes are made with Dr. Glum's permission.]
TOGETHER IN TRUTH WE CAN CHANGE THE WORLD
Courtesy Ivan Fraser