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Book details
  • Genre:SCIENCE
  • SubGenre:Life Sciences / Cell Biology
  • Language:English
  • Pages:148
  • eBook ISBN:9781098368852

Microorganisms Theory

A guide into the causative factor of diseases and Native American science

by Larry L. Fisher Jr.

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Overview
The microscopic nature of microorganisms has made them the perfect spotlight for studying the relationship between microorganisms and disease in any environment. This book explains in clear terms how one microorganism affects another, and how it produces an enzyme and infects the victim with a disease. This results in the multiplication of microorganisms and one results in several diseases. It further explains how best to avoid such a situation, and how important it is to have an immune system that can protect us from these killer cells. This book also explains the beliefs and perceptions of the Native American parlance about diseases and the causative factor of diseases. This is evident in the Mattakeeset culture where Dr. Fisher comes from, where a healthy person is considered someone who has a sense of purpose and follows the guidance of khetan (creator). This guidance is written upon the heart of every person within the tribe and outside of the tribe. So, to be healthy, a person must be committed to a path of honesty, harmony, and balance. Gratitude, respect, and generosity are also considered to be essential for a healthy life. This book further sheds more light on Native American Religious Medicine's rare philosophies, and how they cling tightly upon a spiritual perspective of life.
Description
The microscopic nature of microorganisms has made them the perfect spotlight for studying the relationship between microorganisms and disease in any environment. The diseases caused by microorganisms in the United States of America can be divided into a couple of different categories depending on whether or not they are caused by bacteria, viruses, or fungi. In order to understand the difference between the three, it is important to understand the relationship of each microorganism to the other. For instance, bacteria do not stand alone; they are actually part of an ecosystem that includes other organisms. Similarly, viruses do not stand alone; they are part of a virus family that includes other viruses as well. Knowing this basic information about the diseases caused by microorganisms in the United States of America will allow you to know more about the overall wellbeing of the population of the United States. This book explains in clear terms how one microorganism affects another, and how it produces an enzyme and infects the victim with a disease. This results in the multiplication of microorganisms and one results in several diseases. It further explains how best to avoid such a situation, and how important it is to have an immune system that can protect us from these killer cells. Our immune system can only be strong if the number of microorganisms in the body is not perturbed. This can be possible through several precautionary motives to prevent the microorganism and diseases. This book also explains the beliefs and perceptions of the Native American parlance about diseases and the causative factor of diseases. This is evident in the Mattakeeset culture where Dr. Fisher comes from, where a healthy person is considered someone who has a sense of purpose and follows the guidance of khetan (creator). This guidance is written upon the heart of every person within the tribe and outside of the tribe. So, to be healthy, a person must be committed to a path of honesty, harmony, and balance. Gratitude, respect, and generosity are also considered to be essential for a healthy life. This book further sheds more light on Native American Religious Medicine, rare philosophies, and how they cling tightly upon a spiritual perspective of life.
About the author
Chief Sachem Dr. Larry L. Fisher traditionally acknowledged as Wômpimeequin Wampatuck is the hereditary Chief Sachem of the Mattakeeset Massachuset Indian Nation and has served as an intergovernmental ambassador delegate to the United Nations Permanent on Indigenous Issues representing many tribes in the ongoing conflict. He is an adjunct professor in the school of functional medicine at KCNH (Kingdom College of Natural Health) a tribal designated school of choice. Chief Sachem Fisher attended two years of Nation Building 1&2 at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and has lectured on the topic of reserving rights to tribal court jurisdiction as a non-federally acknowledged tribal nation. Chief Fisher has consulted on various development projects for tribal nations across Indian Country. He has considerable experience in nation-building and has been successful in drafting expert recommendations that have been adopted as favorable resolution outcome documents at the United Nations. In 2019 Sachem Fisher earned his Doctor of Functional Medicine degree with an emphasis on epigenetics and transgenerational trauma from the Kingdom College of Natural Health. Sachem Fisher is admitted to practice tribal law in the Mattakeeset Tribal Court. Sachem Fisher has lectured on indigenous issues at Roger Williams University, Harvard, Yale, and Boston College. He is a substance use disorder counselor and recovery coach and currently works as the Principal Investigator for Bartron Medical Imaging and Indigenous-owned Medical Manufacturing and research & development Company.
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