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Name Occupation Country Source
Scott Adams Author and creator of the Dilbert comic strip United States [1]
Sharon den Adel Singer-songwriterfashion designer Netherlands [2]
Shmuel Yosef Agnon Nobel Prize laureate writer and was one of the central figures of modern Hebrew fiction Israel [3](pp171–172)
Dianna Agron Actress, singer, dancer United States [4][5]
eden ahbez Songwriter, recording artist United States [6](p171)[7][8]
Damon Albarn Musician, record producer, composer United Kingdom [9]
William Andrus Alcott Educator, physician, author United States [6](pp34–44)[10]
Quinn Allman Musicianproducer United States [11]
Lauren Anderson Model United States [12]
Apollonius of Tyana Neopythagorean philosopher Greece [13](pp30–35)
Christina Applegate Actress United States [14][15]
Johnny Appleseed Pioneer, missionary and gardener United States [6](pp6–7)[16][17](pp184–186,307–310)
Joan Armatrading Singer-songwriter United Kingdom [18]
Nadja Auermann Model and actress Germany [19][20]
Thaila Ayala Actressmodel Brazil [21]
Amitabh Bachchan Actor, producer, singer, television presenter India [22]
Bae Jong-ok Actress South Korea [23]
Nic Balthazar Film director, television and radio presenter Belgium [24]
The Giving Tree Band Indie folk-rock group United States [25]
Arnaldo Baptista Singer-songwritermusician Brazil [26]
Bob Barker Game show host United States [27]
Basil of Caesarea Bishop of Caesarea Mazaca in CappadociaAsia Minor(modern-day Turkey) Turkey [28](pp159–160)[29](p78)
Rabia Basri Muslim saint and Sufi mystic Iraq [30][31]
Jeff Beck Musiciansongwriteractor United Kingdom [32]
Conrad Beissel Religious leader Germany [6](p3)
Raja Bell Professional basketball player United States [33]
Lexi Belle Pornographic actress United States [34]
Hilary Benn Politician United Kingdom [35]
J. D. Beresford Novelists United Kingdom [36]
Elizabeth Berkley Actress United States [37]
Annie Besant British Theosophistwomen’s rights activistwriter andorator and supporter of Irish and Indian self-rule United Kingdom [38](pp99–107)
Traci Bingham Actress/Model United States [39]
Barry Black Minister[disambiguation needed], clergyman United States [40][41]
Pippa Black Actress Australia [42]
Kees Boeke Reformist educatorQuaker missionary and pacifist Netherlands [43](p240)
Michael Bolton Singer, songwriter United States [44]
Surya Bonaly Professional figure skater France [45]
Cory Booker United States Senator United States [46][47]
Bramwell Booth Chief of the Staff of The Salvation Army United Kingdom [48]
Paulo BorgesPortuguese article Professor, essayist, philosopher, poet, writer Portugal [49]
Magnus Børmark Member of the Norwegian band Gåte Norway [50]
Wouter Bos PoliticianManagement consultant Netherlands [nb 1]
Jacques Boyer Professional bicycle racer who, in 1981, was the first American to participate in the Tour de France United States [52]
Claudia de Breij Comedian, show host and radio disk jockey Netherlands [nb 2]
Eva Briegel Singer and member of the rock band Juli Germany [54]
Christie Brinkley Model, actress, designer United States [55]
Saint John de Brito Jesuit missionary and martyr Portugal [28](p198)[56](pp28–29, 203)[56](pp295–300)[56](pp350–358)
Peter Brock One of Australia’s best-known and most successfulmotor racing drivers Australia [57]
Luitzen E.J. Brouwer Mathematician and philosopher Netherlands [43](p236)
Chris Browne Comic strip artist and cartoonist who writes and draws the comic strip Hägar the Horrible United States [58]
Gautama Buddha Spiritual teacher on whose teachings Buddhism was founded Nepal [30][38](pp11–88)[59](pp21–23)[60](pp17–21)[61](pp50–57)[nb 3]
Kathalijne Buitenweg Politician Netherlands [62]
Enrique Bunbury Rock singer-songwriter Spain [63]
Peter Burwash Former tennis player, current tennis coach, television commentator, motivational speaker, writer Canada [64]
Kate Bush Musician, vocalist, songwriter, record producer United Kingdom [65]
Lauren Bush ModelDesigner, niece of former President George W. Bush United States [66][67][68][69]
Marco Fabio CalvoItalian article Philologist, friend of Raphael Italy [70]
Julia Carling Journalist and television presenter United Kingdom [71]
Edward Carpenter Poetanthologist, early gay activist and socialistphilosopher United Kingdom [60](pp79–80)[72](pp256–266,276)
Paul Carton Physician France [73]
Dan Castellaneta Voice actor, writer, actor, comedian, singer United States [74]
Saint Catherine of Siena Tertiary of the Dominican Order, and a Scholasticphilosopher and theologian Italy [28](pp167–168)[29](p89)
Cláudio CavalcantiPortuguese article Actor, director, producer, writer, translator, singer, broadcaster, politician Brazil [75]
Stephen Chan Chi Wan General manager of Television Broadcasts Limited, CEO of Commercial Radio Hong Kong Hong Kong [76]
Jacky Cheung Singer, actor, songwriter Hong Kong [77]
Sri Chinmoy Spiritual teacher, poet, artist, athlete India [78]
Michael Guy Chislett Musician, songwriter, Producer Australia [79]
Julie Christie Actress United Kingdom [80][81]
Saint John Chrysostom Early Church Father Turkey [29](p79)[72](p124)
Alexa Chung Television presentermodel and contributing editor atBritish Vogue United Kingdom [82]
Daniël de Clercq Socialist and activist Netherlands [83]
Sue Coe Artistillustrator United Kingdom [84]
J. M. Coetzee Novelist, essayist, literary critic, linguist, translator South Africa [85](pp63–65)[86]
Rabbi David Cohen Rabbitalmudistphilosopher, and kabbalist Israel [3](p172)[87]
She’ar Yashuv Cohen Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Haifa, Israel Israel [3](pp172–173)[87]
Sandra CóiasPortuguese article Actress, model Portugal [88]
John Coltrane Saxophonist, composer, bandleader United States [89]
Pedro Indíveri ColucciPortuguese article Doctor, one of the primary initiators of Naturopathy and Alternative Medicine in Portugal Portugal [90][91]
Pat Condell Writer, political commentator, comedian and atheistinternet personality United Kingdom [nb 4]
Confucius Teacher, editor, politician, and philosopher of the Spring and Autumn Period of Chinese history China [93][94]
Abbie Cornish Actress Australia [95]
António Gonçalves Correia Portuguese article Essayist, poet, humanist Portugal [96]
Hugo Brandt Corstius Author Netherlands [97]
Elvis Costello Musician, singer-songwriter, record producer United Kingdom [98]
Roger Crab Haberdasherherbal doctor and writer United Kingdom [99](pp26–38)
Ernest Howard Crosby Reformer and author United States [6](pp143–147)
Peter Cushing Actor United Kingdom [100]
Chuck D Rapperpublisherlectureractivistrecord producer United States [101][102]
Thomas D. Rapper in the German hip hop group Die Fantastischen Vier Germany [103]
Eugen d’Albert German pianist and composer Germany [nb 5]
Jeru the Damaja Rapper and recording artist United States [105]
Georg Friedrich Daumer Poet and philosopher Germany [106](pp282–286)
Morarji Desai Indian independence activist and the fourth Prime Minister of India from 1977–79 India [107]
Floortje Dessing Presenter, TV producerinterpreter Netherlands [108]
Peter Dinklage Actor United States [109]
Mike Dirnt Musiciansongwriter United States [110]
Eliza Doolittle Singer-songwriter United Kingdom [111][112][113]
David D’Or Musicianvocalistcomposer, songwriter Israel [114]
Pia Douwes Musical theatre actress Netherlands [53]
Muriel Dowding, Baroness Dowding Animal rights activist United Kingdom [115](pp137–151)
Anna Drijver Model, Actress Netherlands [116]
Michael Clarke Duncan Actorvoice actor United States [117]
Isadora Duncan Dancer, considered by many to be the creator ofmodern dance United States [118]
Frederik van Eeden Late 19th century and early 20th century Dutch writer and psychiatrist Netherlands [119]
Michael Eisner Businessman, former CEO of The Walt Disney Company United States [120]
Empedocles Pre-Socratic philosopher and a citizen of Agrigentum, a Greek city in Sicily Greece [13](pp30–32)[29](pp41–42)[72](pp64–66)
Selma Ergeç actress, beauty pageant titleholder, modeldesigner,philologistpsychologistdoctor Turkey [121]
Kevin Eubanks Musician United States [122]
Joshua Evans Quaker minister, journalist, and abolitionist United States [123](p40)[6](p7)
Henri W.PH.E. van den Bergh van Eysinga Revolutionary and a philosophical writer Netherlands [43](p228)
Corey Feldman Actor United States [124]
Adam Ferguson Scottish philosopher and historian of the Scottish Enlightenment United Kingdom [106](p208)[125](pp204–206)
Vanessa Ferlito Actress United States [126]
Carlos Dias FernandesPortuguese article Poet, novelist, short story writer, biographer, educator Brazil ,[127][128]
Ardisson FerreiraPortuguese article Physician, surgeon, writer, artist Portugal [129]
Marsilio Ficino One of the most influential humanist philosophers of the early Italian Renaissance Italy [130]
Doug Fieger Musiciansongwriter, member of New Wave rock quartet The Knack United States [131]
Viscount de FiganiérePortuguese article Diplomat, writer, historian, poet, philosopher Portugal [132]
Jon Fitch Mixed martial artist United States [133]
Jerome Flynn Actor United Kingdom [134]
Jonathan Safran Foer Novelist, short story writer United States [135]
Alina Foley Actress, daughter of Dave Foley United States [136]
Desmond Ford Evangelical Christian and an Australian theologian Australia [137][138]
Thomas Ignatius Maria Forster Astronomer and naturalist United Kingdom [99](pp374–375)
J. D. Fortune Musician Canada [139]
Jorja Fox Actress, musician, songwriter United States [140][141]
Sage Francis RapperSpoken word artist United States [142]
Saint Francis of Paola Mendicant friar and the founder of the Roman CatholicOrder of Minims Italy [28](p146)
Sadie Frost Actress United Kingdom [143]

Name Occupation Country Source
Gaahl Musician Norway [144]
Mohandas Gandhi Indian spiritual and political leader India [145](p.xii)[146]
Gao Yuanyuan Actress China [147]
Antoni Gaudí Catalan architect and figurehead of Catalan Modernism Spain [148]
John Gay Poet and dramatist and member of the Scriblerus Club United Kingdom [106](pp115–119)
Don Gerritsen United Nations Representative Netherlands [149]
Philip Glass Composer United States [150]
Bobcat Goldthwait Actorcomedianscreenwriterfilm directortelevision director United States [151]
Lewis Gompertz Inventor and a founding member of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals United Kingdom [152]
João Gordo Singer-songwritermusiciantalk show host Brazil [153]
Shlomo Goren Chief Rabbi of the Military Rabbinate of the IDF Israel [3](pp104,173–174)[87]
Dave Gorman Author, comedian United Kingdom [154]
Angela Gossow Singer-songwritermanagerjournalist Germany [155][156]
Lawrence Gowan Musiciansongwriter Canada [157][158][time needed]
Sylvester Graham Dietary reformer United States [6](pp15–70)[38](pp141–148)
Percy Grainger Composer, arranger and pianist Australia [159](pp78–79)
Dion Graus Politician and animal rights activist Netherlands [160]
Anthony the Great Christian saint from Egypt, a prominent leader among the Desert Fathers Egypt [28](pp22–23)[nb 6]
Ashoka the Great Emperor of the Maurya Dynasty India [13](pp75–77)[38](pp14–15)[59](pp22–23)[60](pp19–20)[61](pp55–57)
Dick Gregory Comediansocial activistsocial criticwriter, and entrepreneur United States [38](pp215–218)
Amanda Griffin Model, Television host Philippines [162]
Angela Groothuizen Singer, actress, television personality Netherlands [163]
Benjamin Grosvenor Musician United Kingdom [164]
Chin Chin Gutierrez Television and Film Actress, Philippines [165]
GZA Lyricistrappersongwriter United States [166]
Ha Okio Musician, singer-song writer, music producer, actor, social activist Vietnam [167]
Alexander Hacke Musicianrecord producer Germany [168]
Sarah Jane Hamilton Pornographic actress United Kingdom [169]
Otoman Zar-Adusht Ha’nish Founder of the religious movement known as Mazdaznan United States [170]
Neil Harbisson Catalan-raised, Northern Ireland-born artist, musician and performer United Kingdom [171]
George Harrison Musician, singer-songwriter, actor, record and film producer, member of the The Beatles United Kingdom [172]
Lenie ‘t Hart Animal rights activist Netherlands [173]
Maarten ‘t Hart Biologistauthor Netherlands [nb 7]
David Hartley Philosopher and founder of the Associationist school of psychology United Kingdom [175](pp207–209)[nb 8]
Maud HawinkelsDutch article Television presenter Netherlands [62]
John Hawkesworth Writer United Kingdom
Philippe HecquetFrench article Physician France [175](p177)
Sadeq Hedayat Writer of prose fiction and short stories Iran [177]
Martin van Hees Philosopher and professor of ethics at the University of Groningen Netherlands [178][179]
Marijke HelwegenDutch article Media personality Netherlands [62]
Antoinette HertsenbergDutch article Presenter, animal rights advocate Netherlands [nb 9]
Hesiod Oral poet Greece [181]
Missy Higgins Singer-songwritermusician Australia [182][183]
Saint Hilarion Anchorite Egypt [28](pp24–25)
Padre HimalayaPortuguese article Scientist, inventor Portugal [184]
Adolf Hitler Politician Germany [185][186][187][188][189][190][nb 10]
Isa Hoes Actressvoice actress Netherlands [108]
Amanda Holden Actress, presenter United Kingdom [191]
Jens Holm Politician Sweden [192]
Henriette Roland Holst Poet, political activist Netherlands [43](p230)
Fred Vasques HomemPortuguese article Physician, writer Portugal [193]
Horace Lyric poet Italy [30]
John Howard Philanthropist and the first English prison reformer United Kingdom [194]
Barbie Hsu ActressSingerHost Taiwan [76]
Henny Huisman Television presenter Netherlands [195]
Iamblichus Neoplatonist philosopher Syria [196]
Frank Iero Musician, member of My Chemical Romance United States [197]
Michael Imperioli Actor, television writer United States [198]
Ewout Irrgang Politiciananti-globalization activist Netherlands [199]
Ellen JabourPortuguese article Model, television presenter Portugal [200]
Susan Saint James Actressactivist United States [115](pp47–58)
Reid Jamieson Singer-songwritermulti-instrumentalist Canada [201]
Dolf Jansen Comedian Netherlands [195]
Froukje JansenDutch article Presenter, actress, gymnast Netherlands [nb 11]
JeA Singerdancer, member of Brown Eyed Girls South Korea [203][204][205]
Joan Jett Singer-songwriter, musician United States [206]
Éder Jofre Retired professional boxer and former Bantamweight andFeatherweight Champion Brazil [207]
Cisca JoldersmaDutch article Scientist, politician Netherlands [208]
Francisco van JoleDutch article Journalist, television presenter Netherlands [195]
Watkin Tudor Jones Musician South Africa [209]
Corien JonkerDutch article Politician Netherlands [210]
Ângelo JorgePortuguese article Writer Portugal [211]
Kabīr Weaverpoet India [13](pp47–49)
Alter Kacyzne Jewish (Yiddish) writer, poet, and photographer Lithuania [3](p171)
Franz Kafka Insurance officer, factory manager, novelist, short story writer Austria [212]
Eliezer KameneskyPortuguese article Poet, actor, musician, promoter of naturism Portugal [213]
Antonie Kamerling Actormusician Netherlands [214]
Helmut F. KaplanGerman article Authoranimal rights advocate Austria [215](pp220–222)[216]
Kareena Kapoor Actress India [217]
Shahid Kapoor ActorDancer India [218]
Charlotte KarlinderGerman article Television presenter Germany [219]
Bill Kaulitz & Tom Kaulitz SingerSongwritersActivistsGuitarist, members of Tokio Hotel Germany [220]
Matt Kean Musician, member of Bring Me the Horizon United Kingdom [221][222]
Henk KeilmanDutch article Entrepreneur, author, chairman of the board of the Dutch Vegetarian Society Netherlands [195][223]
Jort KelderDutch article Journalist, columnist, presenter, magazine editor Netherlands [214]
John Harvey Kellogg Physician, inventor of corn flakes breakfast cereal United States [38](pp149–158)
Kesha Singer-songwriter United States [224]
Mensje van KeulenDutch article Writer Netherlands [62]
Masta Killa Rapper United States [225]
Kim Hyo-jin Actress South Korea [23]
Anna Bonus Kingsford Editor of The Lady’s Own Paper, campaigned for women’s rights and against vivisection United Kingdom [106](pp374–383)[226]
Bep van Klaveren Boxer Netherlands [43](p103)[227]
Marcela Kloosterboer Actress, occasional singer Argentina [228]
Nicolette Kluijver Television presentermodel Netherlands [108]
Niko Koffeman Politician Netherlands [nb 12]
Martine Wittop Koning Nutrition expert and writer of cook books Netherlands [43](p231)[230]
Abraham Isaac Kook Torah scholar, first Ashkenazi chief rabbi of the British Mandate for Palestine Latvia [3](p175)[13](pp118–121)[87]
Kasper van KootenDutch article Actor, comedian, pesenter, musician Netherlands [195]
Kim van Kooten Actress and screenwriter Netherlands [214]
k-os Rappersingersongwriterproducer Canada [231][232]
Killer Kowalski Professional wrestler Canada [38](pp231–236)
Jiddu Krishnamurti Public speakerauthorphilosopher India [233]
KRS-One Rapperrecord produceractorauthoractivist United States [234]
Attje Kuiken Politician and former civil servant Netherlands [235]
Sushil Kumar World champion wrestler India [236]
František Kupka Painter and graphic artist Czechoslovakia [nb 13][nb 14]
Yasmien Kurdi Singer Philippines [162]
Haldor Lægreid Musical artist Norway [239]
Bonnie-Jill Laflin Actress, Model, TV personality United States [240]
Christine Lagarde LawyerManaging Director of the International Monetary Fund France [241]
Alphonse de Lamartine Writer, poet, politician France [nb 15][nb 16]
Benjamin Lay Quaker philanthropist and abolitionist United States [243]
Cloris Leachman Actresscomedienne United States [244]
Charles Webster Leadbeater Author, member of the Theosophical Society United Kingdom [245]
Rixt LeddyDutch article Actress Netherlands [108]
Lee Ha-nui Beauty pageant titleholder, classical musician, gayageum player, and actress South Korea [23][246][247]
Rita Lee Singer, songwriter, actress, author, TV host Brazil [248]
Luís LeitãoPortuguese article Writer, journalist, philanthropist Portugal [249]
Nikolai Leskov Writer Russia [250]
Leona Lewis Singer-songwriter, recording artist United Kingdom [251][252][253]
Jimmy Liao Illustratorpicture book writer Taiwan [76]
Bart de Ligt Anarcho-pacifist and antimilitarist Netherlands [43](p239)
Jan Ligthart Teacher, philosopher Netherlands [43](p220)
Jack Lindsay Writer Australia [159](p77)
Richard Linklater Filmmaker United States [254][255][256]
Kerstin LinnartzGerman article Television presenter, actress Germany [219]
Tzipi Livni Lawyer and politician Israel [257]
Eneko Llanos Basque triathlete Spain [258]
Michael Locher Musician, member of the band Samael Switzerland [259]
Claire Loewenfeld Nutritionist and herbalist Germany [260]
Lisa Lopes Rappersinger-songwriteractressdancermusician, member of theR&B/hip-hop girl group TLC United States [261]
César “Vampiro” López One of the best-known rock guitarists in Latin America Mexico [262]
Heitor LourençoPortuguese article Actor, television presenter Portugal [263]
Arjen Lucassen Progressive metal/rock songwriter, producer, singer, multi-instrumentalist Netherlands [264]
Lo Wing-lok doctor and politician Hong Kong [76]
Lu You Poet, politician China [265]
Joanna Lumley Actress, voice-over artist, former-model, author United Kingdom [266]
Anni-Frid Lyngstad Singer, member of pop/rock group ABBA Norway [50]


Name Occupation Country Source
Francisco Madero Politician, writer and revolutionary Mexico [267]
R. Madhavan Actor, writer, producer, television presenter India [268]
Jamby Madrigal Politician Philippines [162]
Tobey Maguire Actor, producer United States [269][270][271]
Mahavira Sage who established tenets of Jainism India [38](pp19–28)
Gustav Mahler Composer and one of the leading conductors of his generation Austria-Hungary [nb 17][nb 18]
Jaime de Magalhães Lima Thinker, poet, essayist, literary critic, promoter of vegetarianism Portugal [nb 19]
Andrius Mamontovas MusicianSongwriterrecord produceractor Lithuania [275][276]
Method Man Hip hop artist, record producer, actor, member of the Wu-Tang Clan United States [277]
Dagomir MarqueziPortuguese article Author, screenwriter, journalist Brazil [278][279]
Lina van de Mars German article Television presenter, musician Germany [103]
Jodie Marsh Media personality, glamour model United Kingdom [280]
Chris Martin Musicianproducer, member of Coldplay United Kingdom [271][281]
Piero Martinetti Italian article Philosopher Italy [282]
Doug Martsch Musician, member of Built to Spill United States [283]
Scott Maslen Actormodel United Kingdom [284]
Mojo Mathers Politician, member of the New Zealand House of Representatives New Zealand [285]
Alicia Mayer ActressComedian Philippines [286]
Colman McCarthy Journalist, teacher, lecturer, peace activist United States [6](pp206–207)
Paul McCartney Musiciancomposer, producer, businessman, member of the The Beatles United Kingdom [47][287][288][289][290]
Stella McCartney Fashion designer United Kingdom [291]
Rue McClanahan Actress, comedienne, author United States [292]
Jay McGuiness Singer, member of the boy band The Wanted United Kingdom [111][112][113]
Edward McMillan-Scott Member of the European Parliament United Kingdom [293]
Armin Meiwes Convict who claims to be reformed and concerned about injustices Germany [294]
Luisa Mell Actress and former presenter of the RedeTV! programme Late Show Brazil [295]
Natalie Merchant Musician, Songwriter United States [296]
Saint Angela de Merici Religious leader and saint Italy [28](pp125–126)
Johan Messchaert Singer and vocal pedagogue Netherlands [43](p219)
Lea Michele Actress, singer United States [297]
Gabrielle Miller Actress Canada [298]
Crispian Mills Musiciansongwriterfilm director United Kingdom [299]
Hayley Mills Actress, singer United Kingdom [300]
Giovanni Pico della Mirandola Renaissance philosopher Italy [301]
Shanna Moakler Actress, Model, Reality television celebrity United States [302]
Jorinde Moll Dutch article Actress, presenter Netherlands [214]
Sophie Monk Singer, songwriter, actress, model Australia [303]
Théodore Monod Naturalist, explorer, and humanist scholar France [304]
Jenna Morasca Actress, swimsuit model, winner of Survivor: The Amazon United States [305]
Edwin Moses Former American track and field athlete United States [306]
Erik Mouthaan Dutch article Journalist Netherlands [53][307]
Malcolm Muggeridge Journalistauthorsatirist United Kingdom [38](pp243–250)
Bawa Muhaiyaddeen Saintly Tamil-speaking teacher and Sufi mystic from the island of Sri Lanka Sri Lanka [13](p175)
José Mujica President of Uruguay Uruguay [308]
Lillian Müller Model and an actress in motion pictures and television Norway [50]
Desidério Murcho Philosopherprofessor, and writer Portugal [nb 20]
Stuart Murdoch Musician, member of indie pop band Belle & Sebastian United Kingdom [310]
Cillian Murphy Actor Ireland [311]
Keith Murray Musician, member of indie rock band We Are Scientists United States [312]
Murs Rapper United States [313]
Reuben D. Mussey Medical doctor and an early opponent of tobacco United States [6](pp44–46)
Xavier Naidoo Singer-songwriter, record producer Germany [314]
Martina Navratilova Retired tennis player and a former World No. 1 Czech Republic [nb 21]
Kevin Nealon Actor and comedian United States [316]
Helen Nearing Author and the second wife of Scott Nearing United States [317]
Philip Neri Priest noted for founding the “Congregation of the Oratory Italy [28](p152)[175](p153)
Jukka Nevalainen Musician, member of Nightwish Finland [318]
Matt Nicholls Musician, member of Bring Me the Horizon United Kingdom [221][222]
George Nicholson Nationally known printer United Kingdom [319]
Jayde Nicole Model Canada [320]
Ferdinand Domela Nieuwenhuis The Netherlands’ first prominent socialist Netherlands [43](p214)
Roberto de Nobili Jesuit missionary to Southern India Italy [321]
Natalia Borissowna NordmanGerman article Writer, women’s rights activist, reformer Russia [322](pp109–123)
Krist Novoselic MusiciansongwriterauthoractivistNirvana member United States [323]
Paavo Nurmi World record setting Runner Finland [324]
Natasja Oerlemans Politician, a prominent member of the Party for the Animals Netherlands [325]
José Oiticica Poetactivist Brazil [326]
Margreth Olin Film director and producer Norway [50]
José Agostinho de OliveiraPortuguese article Teacher, writer, literary critic, playwright Portugal [327]
Maria O’Neill Writer, poet, journalist, spiritualist Portugal [328]
Felix Ortt Philosopher Netherlands [43](p224)
Kelly Osbourne Singer-songwriter, author, actress, television personality, radio personality, fashion designer United Kingdom [271]
Maja Ostaszewska Actress Poland [329]
Carré Otis Actress, model United States [330]
Esther Ouwehand Politician, marketing manager Netherlands [nb 22]
Cem Özdemir Politician Germany [332]
Walburga, Lady Paget Diarist, writer and an intimate friend of Queen Victoria Germany [333]
Monty Panesar Cricketer United Kingdom [334]
Hayden Panettiere Actress, singer, model United States [335][336]
Alexandra Paul Actress United States [337]
Karen van Holst PellekaanDutch article Actress, animal rights advocate Netherlands [338]
Kal Penn Film and television actor, producer, and civil servant United States [339]
António Maria PereiraPortuguese article Lawyer, advocate of human and animal rights Portugal [340]
Isaac Leib Peretz Yiddish language author and playwright Poland [3](p171)
Fiona Phillips Television broadcaster United Kingdom [191]
Sir Richard Phillips Schoolteacher, author and publisher United Kingdom [106](pp235–244)
Kellie Pickler Singer-songwriter United States [103]
Plotinus Major philosopher of the ancient world Greece [nb 23][342]
Plutarch Biographeressayistpriestambassadormagistrate Greece [343]
António Maria PereiraPortuguese article Lawyer, advocate of human and animal rights Portugal [340]
Henri Polak Trade unionist and politician Netherlands [43](p229)
Alexander Pope Poet United Kingdom [344]
Porphyry Neoplatonic philosopher Greece [29](pp58–61)[59](pp37–38)
Martín de Porres Lay brother of the Dominican Order Peru [28](p206)
Natalie Portman Actress United States [345]
A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada Gaudiya Vaishnava teacher, founder-acharya of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness India [13](pp56–60)[38](pp173–180)
Jimmy Pursey Musician, record producer United Kingdom [346]
Pythagoras of Samos Ionian Greek philosophermathematician, founder of Pythagoreanism Greece [30][347]
Maggie Q Actress, model United States [348]
Srinivasa Ramanujan Mathematician and autodidact India [349]
Guillaume Thomas François Raynal Writer and man of letters during the Age of Enlightenment France [nb 24]
Jean Jacques Élisée Reclus Geographer, anarchist revolutionary, and writer. France [60](pp88,105,173–176)
Redman Rapper, record producer, actor United States [351]
Dimitri Reinderman Chess Grandmaster with an Elo rating of 2542 Netherlands [195]
Ilya Yefimovich Repin Leading Russian painter and sculptor of the Peredvizhniki artistic school Russia [250][322](pp110–114)
Reshma Renowned folk singer of Pakistan Pakistan [352]
Saint Richard of Chichester Saint who was Bishop of Chichester United Kingdom [28](p191)[29](p81)
Joseph Ritson Antiquary United Kingdom [106](pp185–190)
Andy Robinson English rugby union coach and retired player United Kingdom [353]
Fred Rogers Educator, minister, songwriter, television host United States [354]
Huberto Rohden Philosopher, educator, theologist, author, pioneer of transcendentalism Brazil [355]
Romain Rolland DramatistEssayistArt historianNovelist France [356]
Romana Portuguese article Singer Portugal [357]
Nathalie de Rooij Dutch article Politician Netherlands [358]
Marc van Roon Jazz pianist Netherlands [359]
Xavier Rudd Musiciansinger-songwriter Australia [360][361][362]
RZA RapperCEOrecord produceractorscreenwriterauthordirector United States [363][364]


Name Occupation Country Source
Jacques-Henri Bernardin de Saint-Pierre Writerbotanist France [99](pp208–214)[106](pp173–176)
Henry Stephens Salt Writer, teacher, social reformer United Kingdom [365]
Diederik Samsom Politician Netherlands [366]
Rodrigo Santoro Actor Brazil [367]
Gabe Saporta Lead singer and primary creative force behind the synthpop band Cobra Starship Uruguay [197]
Judith Sargentini GreenLeft politician Netherlands [368]
Martin Sastre ArtistFilmmaker Uruguay [369]
Swami Satchidananda Religious teacher, spiritual master and yoga adept India [370]
Kool Savas German rapper Germany [314]
Nikolas Schiller Blogger, prominent digital map artist in the blogospherecivil rightsactivist United States [371]
Wim T. Schippers Voice actor, producer, comedian Netherlands [62]
Loretta Schrijver Television host Netherlands [nb 25]
Magnus SchwantjeGerman article Writer, pacifist, advocate for vegetarianism and animal rights Germany [373]
Jason Schwartzman Actor, musician United States [374]
Albert Schweitzer Music, philanthropy, theology Germany [30]
Jenny Seagrove Actress, political activist United Kingdom [375]
Virender Sehwag One of the leading batsmen in the Indian cricket team India [376]
Sandra Seifert Nurse, beauty pageant contestant, fashion model Taiwan [162]
Serenity Erotic dancer and pornographic actress United States [377]
Christian Serratos Actress United States [378]
Quintus Sextius Philosopher, whose philosophy combined Pythagoreanism withStoicism Italy [nb 26]
George Bernard Shaw Playwright, critic, political activist Ireland [30][380]
Martin Shaw Actor United Kingdom [381]
Percy Bysshe Shelley Poet, dramatist, essayist, novelist United Kingdom [106](pp218–235)
Herbert Shelton Alternative medicine advocate, author, pacifist United States [6](pp160–161)
Sheetal Sheth Actress, producer United States [382]
Agostinho da Silva Philosopheressayist and writer Portugal [383]
Sarah Silverman Comedienne, writer, actress, singer and musician United States [384]
Aaron Simpson Mixed martial artist United States [133]
Isaac Bashevis Singer Novelist, short story writer United States [38](pp237–242)[385][386][387]
Peter Singer Moral philosopher Australia [388]
Fauja Singh Centenarian marathon runner India [389][390]
Jon Skolmen Actor and comedian Norway [239]
Saskia Slegers German article Music producer, DJ Netherlands [2]
Susan Smit Dutch article Writer, columnist, former fashion model Netherlands [nb 27]
Song Il Gook Actor South Korea [23]
Sotion Neopythagorean philosopher Greece [392]
Amílcar de Sousa Medical doctorauthor, president of the first Portuguese vegetarian society Portugal [393]
Henry Spira Widely regarded as one of the most effective animal rights activists of the 20th century United States [394]
Aad Stelylen Former Dutch athlete, specialised in long distances Netherlands [43](p102)
Gruschenka Stevens Actress and singer Germany [219]
Joss Stone Singer-songwriter, actress United Kingdom [395][396][397]
Jan P. Strijbos Naturalist, cineast, photographer, journalist, writer Netherlands [43](p242)
Gustav Struve Politician Germany [106](pp271–281)
Ruben Studdard Singeractor United States [398]
Oliver Sykes Musician, member of Bring Me the Horizon United Kingdom [221][399]
Amber Tamblyn Actress United States [400]
Serj Tankian Musiciansongwriterrecord producerpoetactivistSystem of a Down member United States [401]
Tarkan Singer-songwriter, record producer, performer Turkey [402]
Tertullian Prolific early Berber Christian author from Carthage in the Roman province of Africa Roman Empire (Carthage) [59](p53)[72](pp116–117)
Marianne Thieme Politiciananimal rights activistauthor Netherlands [nb 28]
Maarten Tjallingii Professional racing cyclist for UCI ProTeam Belkin Pro Cycling Netherlands [404]
Leo Tolstoy Novelistshort story writer, playwrightessayist Russia [30][38](pp88–97)[405]
Peter Tosh Musician, member of The Wailers Jamaica [406]
Paolo Troubetzkoy Artistsculptor Russia [nb 29]
Titia van der Tuuk Authorfeministpacifistteacher Netherlands [43](p226)
Shania Twain Singer-songwriter, television personality Canada [408][409]
Richard Ungewitter Writer, pioneer of the German nudist movement Germany [99](pp436–437)
Mellie Uyldert Writer, alternative healer, occultist and astrologer Netherlands [43](p246)
Pedro Valdjiu Musician, member of Blasted Mechanism Portugal [410]
Yolandi Visser Musician South Africa [209]
Eddie Vedder Musiciansongwriter, member of alternative rock band Pearl Jam United States [411]
Marly van der Velden Actress Netherlands [nb 30]
Krista van Velzen Politician Netherlands [62]
Milo Ventimiglia Actor, director United States [413][414]
Georgina Verbaan Actress, singer Netherlands [214]
Leon Verdonschot Journalist, presenter, writer, radio producer, columnist Netherlands [195]
Umberto Veronesi Surgeon and oncologist Italy [415]
Leonardo da Vinci Painter, sculptor, architect, musician, scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, geologist, cartographerbotanist, writer Italy [30][416]
Virgil Poet Italy [30]
Swami Vivekananda Chief disciple of the 19th-century saint Ramakrishna India [13](pp50–52)
Marijke Vos Politician Netherlands [62]
Vydūnas Teacher, poet, humanist, philosopher and Lithuanian Lithuania [417]
Herschel Walker Former American college and professional football player and a mixed martial artist United States [418]
David Wallechinsky Author of many Olympic reference books and other reference books United States [38](pp219–224)
Lulu Wang Dutch article Writer Netherlands [62]
Bernard Weatherill Politician, Speaker of the House of Commons United Kingdom [419]
Dennis Weaver Actor United States [420]
Guido Weijers Dutch article Comedian Netherlands [195]
Monique van der WerffDutch article Actress Netherlands [422]
Forest Whitaker Actor, producer, director United States [423][424]
Ellen G. White Author and Co-founder of the Seventh-day Adventist Church United States [425]
Zara Whites Former adult film actress Netherlands [nb 31]
Norbert Wiener Mathematician, famous child prodigy, originator of cybernetics United States [427]
Anita Witzier Dutch article Television presenter Netherlands [428]
Faye Wong recording artist, actress China [429][430]
S. Fowler Wright Novelist United Kingdom [nb 32]
Esmé Wynne-Tyson Actress and writer United Kingdom [38](pp167–171)
Joel Xavier Portuguese article Musician Portugal [432]
Shmuly Yanklowitz modern Orthodox Rabbi, activist, educator, writer, motivational speakersocial entrepreneur, founder of Uri L’Tzedek United States [433][434]
Owain Yeoman Actor United Kingdom [435]
Yoon Jin-seo Actress South Korea [23]
Marguerite Yourcenar Authoressayistpoet France [436][437]
Zarathustra Founder of Zoroastrianism Persia [30]
Ethan Zohn Soccer player United States [305]
Rob Zombie Musician, songwriterscreenwriterfilm directorfilm producer,programmermusic producer United States [438]



Gerson Therapy: 90 Year-Old Powerful Natural Cancer Treatment You’ve Probably Never Heard Of – COMPLETE MOVIE DOCUMENTARY “THE BEAUTIFUL TRUTH”

15-year-old Garrett’s father gave his son a book written by Dr. Max Gerson to read. The book proposed a direct link between diet and a cure for cancer.  In this documentary, Garrett embarks in this documentary on a cross-country road trip to investigate The Gerson Therapy, and learns how it is in the best interest of the multi-billion dollar medical industry to dismiss alternative and natural cures.

If you’re a regular reader, you’re probably well aware of the link between the foods you eat and your risk of cancer. But for those of you who may be just joining us, suffice to say that virtually everything you put into (or onto) your body can either help or hinder your natural healing mechanisms, and thereby influence your risk of cancer.

This is not an “alternative” view at all. Rather, even the conservative American Cancer Society states that one-third of cancer deaths are linked to poor diet, physical inactivity, and carrying excess weight.

Once you understand this, it is not a stretch to embrace the teachings of the Gerson Therapy, which has helped thousands of people recover from so-called incurable diseases, including cancer.

What is The Gerson Therapy?

The Gerson Therapy, developed by Dr. Max Gerson in the 1920s, is focused on the concept that you have the power to heal yourself, and it uses non-toxic methods, including organic foods, juicing, detoxification and supplements, to activate this healing potential.

As stated by the non-profit Gerson Institute:

“The Gerson Therapy is a powerful, natural treatment that boosts your body’s own immune system to heal cancer, arthritis, heart disease, allergies, and many other degenerative diseases. One aspect of the Gerson Therapy that sets it apart from most other treatment methods is its all-encompassing nature.

An abundance of nutrients from thirteen fresh, organic juices are consumed every day, providing your body with a superdose of enzymes, minerals and nutrients. These substances then break down diseased tissue in the body, while enemas aid in eliminating the lifelong buildup of toxins from the liver. With its whole-body approach to healing, the Gerson Therapy naturally reactivates your body’s magnificent ability to heal itself – with no damaging side-effects.”

The Gerson Research Organization maintains a collection of reports documenting the research behind the Gerson Therapy as well as the role of diet on cancer, and you can hear anecdotes from patients who have improved using the therapy in the video above, as well as read case studies here.

Many of the success stories include people whose conventional doctors gave no hope for recovery, who were able to overcome their disease against all odds using not toxic cancer drugs but natural fruits and vegetables.  The system is not a miracle cure for everyone, and even the Gerson Institute states that “No treatment works for everyone, every time” … but most conventional physicians offer only ONE route for cancer treatment — drugs, radiation and surgery — while ignoring or discounting alternative options such as this.

The Problem with Conventional Cancer Treatment

Unfortunately, the leading cancer treatments in the United States are notoriously toxic and come with devastating, including lethal, side effects. Conventional medicine is so desperate to give the illusion of fighting the good fight that many of these drugs are used despite the fact that they’re not really doing much to prolong or improve the quality of life of those diagnosed with cancer.

The best-selling (and extremely expensive) cancer drug Avastin, for example, was recently phased out as a treatment for metastatic breast cancer after studies concluded its benefits were outweighed by its dangerous side effects. Treating a disease that is in large part caused by toxins with toxins seems ignorant at best.

Cancer is, by and large, mostly a man-made disease, the tragic result of humans veering too far off course and avoiding health-sustaining diets and activities, while embracing a highly unnatural sedentary, stress-filled lifestyle with exposure to excess chemicals around every corner.

Among the primary culprits fueling our cancer epidemic are:

Pesticide- and other chemical exposures Processed and artificial foods (plus the chemicals in the packaging) Wireless technologiesdirty electricity, and medical diagnostic radiation exposure
Pharmaceutical drugs Obesity, stress, and poor sleeping habits Lack of sunshine exposureand use of sunscreens

I strongly believe that cancer rates are escalating because modern medicine is in no way, shape or form addressing these underlying causes of most cancers. Instead, most of the research is directed toward expensive drugs that target late stages of the disease and greatly pad the drug companies’ wallets — but simply do not prevent or “cure” cancer.

If ever there was an area in which an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure it is cancer. I strongly believe that if you are able to work your way up to the advanced health plan, you will virtually eliminate the risk of most cancers.

This is what sets the Gerson Therapy apart from conventional cancer treatments as well. Even though there are some aspects of this program that conflict with my own views, such as the consumption of fruits and fruit juices, there is no doubt that it is far less toxic than most conventional treatments. And, unlike chemotherapy and cancer drugs, it is seeking to address the underlying systemic causes of cancer and activate your body’s ability to heal itself.

Why Haven’t You Heard of the Gerson Therapy?

Some of you may have heard of the Gerson Therapy, but the vast majority have not. In fact, most alternative cancer treatments are belittled, discredited or completely ignored by the mainstream press and public health agencies.


Most public health organizations are bought and paid for by the very same companies whose products contribute to cancer … or are heavily financed by the cancer drug industry. This includes even generally well respected organizations like the American Cancer Society.

In the report titled American Cancer Society —More Interested In Accumulating Wealth Than Saving Lives, Dr. Samuel S. Epstein, chairman of the Cancer Prevention Coalition, plainly lays to bare the many conflicts of interest that hamper the effectiveness of this organization.

For example, the ACS has close financial ties to both makers of mammography equipment and cancer drugs. But that’s just for starters. Other conflicts of interest include ties to, and financial support from, the pesticide-, petrochemical-, biotech-, cosmetics-, and junk food industries—again the very industries whose products are the primary contributors to cancer!

Once you realize that these conflicts of interest are there, it becomes quite easy to understand why the ACS never addresses the environmental components of cancer, and why information about avoidable toxic exposures are so conspicuously absent from their National Breast Cancer Awareness campaigns.

“This is no accident,” Dr. Epstein writes. “Zeneca Pharmaceuticals–a spin-off of Imperial Chemical Industries is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of chlorinated and other industrial chemicals, including those incriminated as causes of breast cancer.

Zeneca has also been the sole multimillion-dollar funder of the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month since its inception in 1984, besides the sole manufacturer of Tamoxifen, the world’s top-selling anticancer and breast cancer “prevention” drug, with $400 million in annual sales. Furthermore, Zeneca recently assumed direct management of 11 cancer centers in U.S. hospitals. Zeneca owns a 50 percent stake in these centers known collectively as Salick Health Care.”

It’s no small irony that the cancer drug Tamoxifen has been found to cause cancer and increase risk of death, while several top-notch preventive strategies and many safe and effective cancer treatments are ignored.

The ACS, along with the National Cancer Institute, virtually exclusively focus on cancer research and the diagnosis and chemical treatment of cancer. Preventive strategies, such as avoiding chemical exposures, and potential cures, such as the Gerson Therapy, Dr. Nick Gonzalez’s nutritional approach or medical marijuana, receive virtually no consideration at all.

My Top 12 Tips for Cancer Prevention

Cancer is devastating far too many families and taking many way before their time. It’s time to fight back and take control of your health by following the cancer-preventive lifestyle changes below.

  1. Avoid Fructose and Sugar

It’s quite clear that if you want to avoid cancer, or are currently undergoing cancer treatment, you absolutely MUST avoid all forms of sugar — especially fructose — and this is largely due to its relation to insulin resistance.

According to Lewis Cantley, director of the Cancer Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center at Harvard Medical School, as much as 80 percent of all cancers are “driven by either mutations or environmental factors that work to enhance or mimic the effect of insulin on the incipient tumor cells,” Gary Taubes reports.

Some cancer centers, such as the Cancer Centers of America, have fully embraced this knowledge and place their patients on strict low-sugar, low-grain diets. But conventional medicine in general has been woefully lax when it comes to highlighting the health dangers of this additive.

As a standard recommendation, I strongly advise keeping your TOTAL fructose consumption below 25 grams per dayincluding fruits. But for most people it would also be wise to limit your fructose from fruit to 15 grams or less, as you’re virtually guaranteed to consume “hidden” sources of fructose if you drink beverages other than water and eat processed food.

  • Optimize Vitamin DThere’s overwhelming evidence pointing to the fact that vitamin D deficiency plays a crucial role in cancer development. Researchers within this field have estimated that about 30 percent of cancer deaths — which amounts to 2 million worldwide and 200,000 in the United States — could be prevented each year simply by optimizing the vitamin D levels in the general population.On a personal level, you can decrease your risk of cancer by MORE THAN HALF simply by optimizing your vitamin D levels with sun exposure. And if you are being treated for cancer it is likely that higher blood levels—probably around 80-90 ng/ml—would be beneficial.

    If the notion that sun exposure actually prevents cancer is still new to you, I highly recommend you watch my one-hour vitamin D lecture to clear up any confusion. It’s important to understand that the risk of skin cancer from the sun comes only from excessive exposure.

  • ExerciseIf you are like most people, when you think of reducing your risk of cancer, exercise doesn’t immediately come to mind. However, there is some fairly compelling evidence that exercise can slash your risk of cancer. One of the primary ways exercise lowers your risk for cancer is by reducing elevated insulin levels, which creates a low sugar environment that discourages the growth and spread of cancer cells.For example, physically active adults experience about half the incidence of colon cancer as their sedentary counterparts, and women who exercise regularly may reduce their breast cancer risk by 20 to 30 percent compared to those who are inactive.

    It’s important to include a large variety of techniques in your exercise routine, such as strength training, aerobics, core-building activities, and stretching. Most important of all, however, is to make sure you include high-intensity, burst-type exercise, such as Peak 8.

    These exercises activate your super-fast twitch muscle fibers, which can increase your body’s natural production of human growth hormone. For detailed instructions, please see this previous article.

  • Get appropriate amounts of high quality animal-based omega-3 fats.
  • Eat according to your nutritional type. The potent anti-cancer effects of this principle are very much underappreciated. When we treat cancer patients in our clinic this is one of the most powerful anti-cancer strategies we have.
  • Have a tool to permanently erase the neurological short-circuiting that can activate cancer genes. Even the CDC states that 85 percent of disease is caused by emotions. It is likely that this factor may be more important than all the other physical ones listed here, so make sure this is addressed. My particular favorite tool for this purpose, as you may know, is theEmotional Freedom Technique.
  • Only 25 percent of people eat enough vegetables, so by all means eat as many vegetables as you are comfortable with. Ideally, they should be fresh and organic. Cruciferous vegetables in particular have been identified as having potent anti-cancer properties. Remember that carb nutritional types may need up to 300 percent more vegetables than protein nutritional types.
  • Maintain an ideal body weight.
  • Get appropriate amounts of high-quality sleep.
  • Reduce your exposure to environmental toxins like pesticides, household chemical cleaners, synthetic air fresheners and air pollution.
  • Reduce your use of cell phones and other wireless technologies, and implement as many safety strategies as possibleif/when you cannot avoid their use.
  • Boil, poach or steam your foods, rather than frying or charbroiling them. Better yet eat as many of your foods raw as you can.

Looking for Alternative Cancer Treatment?

Only you can determine what type of treatment to seek if you are struggling with cancer; if alternative treatments make sense to you, please be sure to listen to my interview with Dr. Nick Gonzalez, a physician focused on alternative cancer treatment using a three-pronged nutritional approach similar to the Gerson Therapy.

You can also view the highly popular video of Dr. Burzynski and article that we ran three weeks ago, which now has half a million views.

A change of diet cured my cancer

ImageIt’s a miserable business, having cancer. I can remember those years clearly, and they were dreadful.

I had no family history of cancer, but I knew what it was when I found the lump in my breast in 1987. I tried to convince myself it wasn’t real, but when I was diagnosed with cancer, I wasn’t that surprised. It was a real strain on my family.

I was 42 and my sons, Mark and Tom, were 16 and six then, but it was hardest for my daughter, Emma, who was 13 – all her teenage years were blighted by my cancer.

And then one day, it all made sense – and what I discovered that day was to change my life for ever. It was six years after I was first diagnosed, and my family and I had been to hell and back. I’d had so many gruelling operations – a mastectomy, 12 sessions of chemotherapy and 35 radiotherapy treatments, and despite everything, I was still left with a lump the size of half a boiled egg sticking out of my neck.

It was a secondary cancer, since the disease had reached my lymph system, and I was absolutely fed up. I’d just had a session of chemotherapy which had had no effect on this latest large lump – I was measuring it with callipers, so I knew.

It’s hard to explain to a non-scientist the mental and emotional buzz you get when you know that you have just had an important insight. It’s as if you have had a lot of jigsaw pieces in your mind and suddenly the whole picture becomes clear.

My husband Peter is also a scientist – he’s a mineralogist and gemologist – and he had recently come back from a trip to China. We were musing on why so few Chinese women get breast cancer – their incidence of the disease is one in 100,000 – and what was different about their way of life, and it suddenly struck me that they just didn’t have any dairy productsin their diet.

I eliminated all dairy produce from my diet immediately – I had been eating organic yoghurt to help my digestive tract recover from the chemotherapy, but I also threw out anything containing milk products, from biscuits to soups and even some forms of margarine. Within days, the lump began to itch, then to soften and shrink, until, after six weeks, it had vanished altogether.

What I believe I’ve done is to go back and establish the root cause of breast and prostate cancer. That’s what I’ve been trained to do throughout my career as a scientist – to find the fundamental cause. Conventional therapy deals with the symptoms of cancer – the tumours – but my regime goes further.

I don’t believe dairy produce initiates cancer, rather that it promotes it – if the body weren’t constantly taking in growth factors from milk, it would be able to clean up its damaged cells by itself.

When my tumour disappeared, I couldn’t just pronounce that the one thing had led to the other. I have been trained throughout my working life to give data for the statements I am making or to give sources, so I began researching the whole subject.

Friends who had been wonderfully supportive during the years I been struggling with breast cancer would send me clippings from papers and magazines, which often produced new lines of enquiry, and gradually I formed my views about diet and its relation to cancer.

It is not an extreme regime – if people want to follow diets that are extremely unconventional, that’s fine, but it’s not what I’d recommend. Barry Sheene did so and, in the end, the regime failed and he died. I would never recommend that people avoid conventional treatment.

Cancer is such a clever disease that you have to use everything at your disposal to tackle it. I recommend that people use my diet and lifestyle factors to help them through procedures such as chemotherapy, and to give them some awareness of the factors that you can control in your diet and lifestyle.

The fact is that dairy milk contains a number of substances called growth factors; breast and prostate tissue both have receptors for growth factors, which cause cells to divide and reproduce. It seems that if you have a damaged cell, these growth factors will select these damaged cells, and cause them to grow out of all control.

I now believe that the link between dairy produce and breast cancer is similar to the link between smoking and lung cancer. It was difficult to accept that a substance as “natural” as milk might have such ominous health implications, but I am living proof that it worked.

Cutting out dairy produce is one of the main dietary points, but there are other very important ones. You should eat masses of vege- tables and fruit (with more emph- asis on vegetables) – not only are they full of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, but many contain chemicals which have anticancer properties, such as allicin in garlic, or lycopene in tomatoes.

You should limit your intake of saturated fats, and eat a diet rich in monounsaturates (such as olive oil), and omega 3 and 6 oils (oily fish, flax seeds and nuts).

Eating adequate amounts of protein is important for your body – though I suggest that as much as possible should be from vegetable sources (eg, lentils); salt and sugar should be kept to a minimum, in favour of seasonings which have anti-cancer action, such as the curcumin in turmeric.

Wholegrain cereals are good for the body, because they contain detoxing enzymes and substances which help suppress the growth of tumours, and it is vital to drink lots – I prefer filtered boiled water to what comes out of the tap, though I don’t recommend bottled water – I don’t like anything in plastic bottles, because of the harmful plasticising chemicals that can migrate into the water.

I have followed this regime for the past 10 years, and have remained free from cancer. My specialist at Charing Cross Hospital was sceptical about my ideas at first, but now I have heard that he uses maps showing cancer mortality in China when he is lecturing, and recommends a non-dairy diet to his cancer patients.

When I go to hospital for checkups, if he is not around, other doctors who read my notes often can’t believe that I had cancer as extensively and seriously as I did, given that I now look so healthy.

I’m so relieved I made my discovery, because it has given me 10 years with my family – and, I hope, many more – which the doctors thought I’d never have. And my message is for everyone who has had a diagnosis of breast cancer – don’t be afraid. I got better – and so can you.

Your Life in Your Hands (Virgin Books, £9.99) and The Plant Programme (Virgin Books, £10.99).

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Must See! Ancient Illuminati Riddles In Stone: Our Nation’s Capital Is A Coven of Hell–Literally! (Video/Pictures)

Lyn Leahz | 11-18-2013 | Before It’s News

Occult symbolism is everywhere, all throughout the world! But did you know that Washington D.C. was carefully mapped out according to Freemason symbolism?

The United States of America! So many generations have believed it to be a “Godly” nation, a nation founded on God by Christian people. At least, that is what most of us have been taught. But, it’s just not true, an it’s definitely a hard pill for many of us to swallow. 

For example, the Statue of Liberty is Lucifer “the Light Bearer,” designed, constructed and built by Freemasons. Did you know that Osiris is code for the Antichrist? The Statue of Liberty was built to have the body of Isis, which was dedicated to Osiris, and the head of Apollo—representing the marriage of the Egyptian Osiris. And the Greek God Apollo, which, according to many ancient historians, are one in the same.

Looking down from above, Washington D.C. takes on a whole different appearance! From Hexagrams (not representing Israel) to triangles, eagles, and pentagrams, that’s only a small portion of the truth!

But we must ask, ‘why’? What is the future reason for the satanic, Masonic symbolism in our nation’s captial? I know and understand that many feel the Babylon of the book of Revelation is Rome and the Catholic Church; but, who’s to say that the United States is not part of that particular Biblical prophecy? Did you know that the Illuminati gods are the ancient gods of the Babylonians— Dagon, Baal, and more?

As you have time, I encourage you to watch every single video below. We need to wise up to what is going on, and what this nation was really built upon. Quit looking for God in America—you won’t find Him! Instead, look for God in your church. And if you can’t find Him there either, because He is no longer in many of the churches—they have abandoned the truth—find a church where He is!

Evil things are happening now, and more wicked things are coming our way.  Get the blood of the lamb on your doorpost, before the death angel arrives. If the blood is not found among you (the Holy Spirit), then you and your household are in great danger!

Just as the Israelites did in the great Exodus, (although with the actual blood of a lamb), so are God’s children to do. But how does one do this? Are we supposed to literally go out and kill a lamb and wipe its blood around our front door?  Absolutely not! All one must do today is be a child of YHVH; bought with the blood of Yashua (Jesus Christ)—the final sacraficial lamb—is repent of all sin and move forward in Christ. Ask Yashua (Jesus Christ) to live inside of your spirit and be your personal Savior. Tell Him that you no longer want your life, but a new one in Him instead. 

YouTube Desc:

The Masonic, solar, astral, occult, and esoteric architecture and design of the Federal District – Washington D.C. – and Baltimore, Maryland are analyzed by Freemason and author Robert W. Sullivan IV, Esq. These topics are further discussed in his book “The Royal Arch of Enoch: The Impact of Masonic Ritual, Philosophy, and Symbolism” (Chapters 12 and 14).

“And Enoch walked with God: and he was not; for God took him.” – Genesis 5:24. The Royal Arch of Enoch: The Impact of Masonic Ritual, Philosophy, and Symbolism documents an undiscovered historical anomaly: how a high degree Masonic Ritual – developed in France in the mid 1700′s – included elements of the Book of Enoch which was considered lost until Freemason and traveler James Bruce returned to Europe with copies from Ethiopia in 1773. These copies were not translated into English until 1821 at Oxford University. This high degree ritual – titled The Royal Arch of Enoch – documents the recovery of the “Lost Word of a Master Mason”, the Name of God. It is this ritual in particular that has defined, among other things, the American national character. The Royal Arch of Enoch also documents the symbolic restoration of the sun as the premier icon in all of Freemasonry and as the supreme emblem of imperial administration and religiosity lifted from the Ancient Mysteries, incorporated in the Abrahamic Faiths, and carried on in both blue lodge and high degree Masonry. This book presents a real life “Da Vinci Code/National Treasure” mystery which, until the publication of this book, was previously unknown to history and historians in both the East and West.

YouTube Desc:

You are watching “It’s Supernatural with Sid Roth” with Tom Horn regarding Human Animal Hybrids, ancient spirits, homosexual hybrids and it’s new constitution, the Washington DC occult government & it’s egyptian influence, the 2012- 2016 N.W.O. era & the coming anti- Christ.