Pains and Aches

Pains and Aches

How do cancer patients know the end is near?

My grandma had stage IV bone cancer. On her last day with us she was resting on the couch and dozed off to sleep. When she woke up she looked at my great grandma, my dad and I, smiled the biggest smile we’d seen in months. She sat up under her own strength and gave each of us a hug, which shocked us because she’d been completely immobilized for the best part of a week. Then told us that everything was going to be just fine, she’d just spoke with Jesus and he said it was time for him to take her home. And with that she laid back down and took her last breath.

My uncle fought hard to get his cancer to go into remission only to have it come back with a vengeance. He was still in control of his bodily functions until the end, he’d always swore that he would never ever allow himself to deteriorate to the point of needing to wear “adult diapers” as he’d put it. On his last day similar to his mom, my grandma, he was resting in his hospital room, he woke up and got out of the bed on his own without assistance for the first time in weeks. Hugged his son and daughter, told them he loves them and that they shouldn’t be sad. He’d seen his mom and it was time for him to come home. He passed a few hours later.

They were two of the nicest people I’ve ever had the opportunity and privilege to have known. It’s worth noting neither of them were religious, they didn’t attend church nor practice the faith.

*this last story is hard for me to write, I don’t want to come across as speaking ill about the dead, nor do I want to come across as disrespectful, it just is what it is*

My grandmother on the other side died from lung, bone and skin cancer. She was terrified and angrily fought bitterly until the very end. Her last day was not anything like my other relatives last day. It was much uglier, I’d never seen that woman visibly scared of anything but there she was, terrified. She was in tears and angrily cursed God with her last breath. This surprised all of us because she’d been a devoted catholic her entire life, she’d taught at a catholic school and was a very religious woman. I don’t know what she saw when she during her last days, but she definitely didn’t like what she was seeing. She wasn’t the nicest lady I’d ever been forced to meet.


See also Dr Tulio Simoncini – 2003 asked “Why are all cancers white?” Related to Candida Albicans, most common fungus in human, also white. Discover in old literature a “cure” for cancer as 5% sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) in clean water. After the medical establishment ran him out, his book CANCER IS A FUNGUS documented his research.

So, I don’t know, I know what I believe in and I know what I’ve seen. It was nice to see my grandma and uncle go peacefully and to know that they were being called home. It’s been 16 years and I’m still wrapping my head around the last day of the other grandmother.

There is such a thing called deception.

Search for “Vatican Lucifer Throne”

Pains and Aches


Walter Veith UN & Occult Agenda

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