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Gifts of the Magi – Frankincense & Monsters in the Closet

May 23, 2010
Frankincense in the Christian World is known as one of the gifts given by the three kings (Magi) to baby Jesus. It was even more expensive than gold and silver at that time.
This mineral actually looks like rock sugar and historically known as Oman’s (Middle East) Gift to the World. If India traded spices at that time, OMan traded Frankincense.
 
From Wikipedia:
Frankincense was lavishly used in religious rites. In the Book of Exodus in the Old Testament, it was an ingredient for incense (Ex 30:34); according to the book of Matthew 2:11, gold, frankincense, and myrrh were among the gifts to Jesus by the Biblical Magi "from out of the East."
 
Well aside from the ongoing research on how Frankincense help to cure cancer, the other reason why I became so interested is because of Moth Balls.
 
Apparently, moth balls (naptalina in Tagalog) or naphtalene balls are actually "Monsters in the closet", Moth balls are poisonous and carcinogenic. Some moth balls as well as instect (mosquito & cockroach) killers also contain Arsenic. These toxins are considered carcinogenic. You can "Bing" it or "google" it if you want.
 
With God’s GRace, we found this out by reading a book authored by a German Naturopath named Rudolph Breuss.  Rudolph Breuss incidentally also developed the 42 day Vegetable Juice procotol that Nanay followed or 6 weeks from March to April 2010 (with guidance from PBCN). Upon reading about the dangers of moth balls, Nanay took all the moth balls from our closets, sealed them in plastic and dumped it in the garbage can outside the house.
 
So, what about the Frankincense— burning Frankincense resins once a day for 2 weeks, as Rudolp Breuss advised will remove the harmful vapors released by the moth balls in the house. The Monsters in the CLoset are now gone, so now I am off to buy the one of the Gifts of the Magi — Frankincense.
 
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