I’ve heard that if three people at a party tell you to sit down, then you’re probably drunk. Now if ten people in a week tell you to not get killed, it is time to take out a big life insurance policy and carry a concealed handgun?
The reason I am asking is that there have been quite a few folks since I started my Legal Defense fundraiser who have told me to “be careful” and to “stay alive”. Just today, I received this kind message to stay alive.
In reviewing my original Legal Defense fundraiser video, I do look stressed and in the follow-up video I did mention that your support gives me the “strength to continue” which does sound a bit ominous. Sorry about that! I meant your support gives me the strength to continue [fighting the FTC], not with life! We have raised almost $10,000 dollars already and the comments and support have been such an inspiration.
So, I just wanted to state unequivocally and publicly that my health is excellent and that I have no plans or any desire to harm myself. It is a sad state of affairs that when I asked my friend and founder of the American Holistic Medicine Association, Dr. Norm Shealy, about potential threats, he said he also informed his loved ones that he isn’t suicidal just in case he died under suspicious circumstances.
So if I turn up dead on some jogging trail just know that I don’t jog. Nuff said.
Why would friends and supporters even suggest that my life could be in danger? Well, apparently there are some who are trying to make a connection between the deaths of some holistic docs in Florida and foul play. I am agnostic here and will post this link for your information only.
Sadly, we reside in a world where you can order the killing of anyone and people will believe whatever they want to about it. So for the last time, this was a public declaration that I, Edward Park, a physician who is taking telomerase activators and adaptogens to live longer, is NOT suicidal, and am in a state of excellent mental and physical health.
Namaste and may all beings be free and at peace.
The results were so positive that I founded Recharge Biomedical Clinic in 2008 and have since become the leading medical expert in this exciting new field of regenerative medicine.
I won The Houston Film Festival Award for my screenplay about Hypatia of Alexandria.
In 2013, I wrote and published "Telomere Timebombs; Defusing the Terror of Aging"
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