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New Article About Actipatch, but look at the cheap trick the author is using. I think this practice by the author is illegal. This should be brought to the attention of Biel.

Drug-Free Alternative to Opioids for Pain Therapy
by Kimberly Houston | January 31, 2018 | General News, Health | 0 comments

The article eventually links to a high priced competitor of BIEL’s. Comments are blocked, The writer, Kimberly Houston, should have a little more pride and not allowed her work to be used by the unscrupulous. I have asked them politely to fix the link and apologize, but as always, the games continue.
It smacks of desperation. I sincerely advocate people to be aware that the regulatory hurdles were rectified last time, and the FDA is reviewing the data for full, General Clearance for pain.
This is electronic aspirin.


Greetings, Friends.

Typically, the DOW is supposed to rise after the NFC wins, but maybe the improbable win of the Eagles, more surprising than President Trump’s victory, was too unexpected for Fate to factor in.

Anyway, the Dow has fallen about 10% in two days, at its low point. It actually sounds worse if you think of total points.

The usual caveats abound, such as the market was due for a correction, but following this closely, Trump found out who runs the financial system, and it’s not him.

It’s the Federal Reserve. Andrew Jackson was right, we’ve got to kill the central bank or we will never be a sovereign people. Long standing policy of this blog, and the basis for my long and ardent support of Ron Paul’s somewhat quixotic campaigns. Paul was a perfect gentleman, so the minions of the Deep State devoured him.

Trump is the natural response of Americans who supported Paul and were robbed. Trump has definite thug tendencies, and he may yet pull a few rabbits out of the hat. The Deep State knows Trump has one real weapon–Twitter. They never banked on anybody having a direct line to the American People.

In my view, the Deep State is striking back against the potential prosecution of its minions in the FBI. The Steele Dossier referenced in the last blog here was penned by a notorious bullshit artist, most famous for peddling a yarn about Putin blowing a 100,000 dollars and poisoning half of London with radioactive polonium, all to kill some lowlife ex KGB spy who did odd jobs fort he oligarchy. Steele is a creature of the oligarchs and is servicing his master’s still. The Media pushed that story like they were trying to hit a quota of maximum saturation, regardless of plausibility, and history repeats with this new fake Russian Dossier story.

On another note, BIEL actually went up a little on light volume today. On an awful day, look and see what stocks went up. Without getting into why, it’s very bullish.

A lifelong Eagles fan, that is to say, a lifelong object of mockery of my football judgement, I feel like the world has been turned on its axis with their unexpected victory. We’re through the looking glass. Expect the unexpected.




Reading Butler’s Lives Of The Saints a bit. Fascinating stuff. Days which seem to have some numerological significance often do in these tomes. 2-2 is Candlemas Day, the day upon which Mary presented herself at the temple for ritual purification. Having a child makes you unclean under Jewish Law, 40 days for boys and 80 days if you had a girl.

So, forty days ago, Jesus was born, by this logic. I calculate December 24th, actually, so I’m a bit lost on the issue.

Mary respected the Law, though technically outside of it, so she made the poor person sacrifice of two turtledoves (or two pigeons, the text did not specify). The whole thing is  fascinating. The first born child is consecrated unto the Lord, so essentially could actually be sacrificed until a ransom of five shekels was paid to the priests. This was an awesome power to hold over people, more than comparable to the power of any modern day cult I ever heard of.

One interpretation of the golden calf story relating to Moses was the people compiled all the gold to make a calf sacrifice to God so their children would no longer be required. Who knows? I feel like a tyro with all this. I grew up in the modern Church–the nuns still hit you, but they played guitars. I may revisit this with some further research.

Now, onto the Memo Day mishkadenza. Now, lest we forget, the Steel Dossier started out as a Jeb Bush project, which got passed on to the Clinton Campaign.

The issue is this–you get phone taps based on evidence you paid somebody to make up, and you know its made up. This is it in a nutshell.

Remember how they mocked Trump for saying his phone was tapped? Today marked the day they have been walking back their initial ridicule to. This is real blatant.  They were using tax dollars to get Hillary elected. She doesn’t seem to be directly implicated. What the FBI would do to little people is get somebody for something and threaten them until they flip, then use the squealer to start a prosecution. Loretta Lynch, Obama, Hillary, these aren’t little people. They may be little in character, but the FBI isn’t designed to go after the powerful.

Still, some good will come out of it. The heat is off Trump over this ginned up Russia thing. Evidence collected illegally is not admissible in court, and these wiretaps were illegal.  It will also give Trump moral standing to start firing some key people, end game firing Mueller.

Gotta say, though, it’s depressing to get a glimpse behind the curtain and see how the machine works, albeit briefly.

The FDA has also been beset by scandals and rife with cronyism, as this blog has described many times. However, with Trump you might get the will to approve new treatments, not drugs, maybe General Clearance for the ActiPatch soon.

Trump is like Napoleon, somebody who seized opportunity and rose to measurably change the world as an individual. I thought the recent State of the Union Speech was tremendous. The man understands theatricality.

Sometimes I write here to keep a record of the day, just a string of free associations which will remind of a particular state of mind.  February 2nd, 2018 was an interesting day.

Morning Bielers,

There is your new marketing slogan. Coined for free while waiting to drive kids to school.

On the BIEL note, next catalytic event could be Back study news. The hard work of getting OTC class is over, and could BIEL and lawyers possibly not have learned valuable lessons?

My prediction is Back Pain clearance by FDA will be a cake walk, followed closely or simultaneously by full FDA approval for the General Application.

The ducks are in a row, this stock is getting ready to win again.


Looked forward to watching this. I enjoyed the original with Julia Roberts, Kiefer Sutherland, and Kevin Bacon, and like the premise of the films.

The film concept is a group of young med students conspire together to secretly study death and the afterlife by stopping each other’s pulses for various time periods, then resuscitating. After a while they begin to experience disturbing side effects, hallucinations and so forth.

Without really disparaging the efforts of the unknown young actors involved, I have to say this film fell well short of the standard set by the original. It almost seemed to consciously seek to dilute the message of spiritual redemption sent by the first one. These characters are haunted by much more politically correct nightmares than in the first, and in some ways, much more shallow.

One is haunted by guilt over not taking a girl to get an abortion. This definitely had a mixed message. It could have been meaningful, but no Hollywood movie will dare send a Pro-Life message.

*To add to this this a bit, and will do a little post-racial America analysis  on it.

The young white male doctor impregnated a young blond waitress who worked at his father’s country club. When he flatlined, he was visited by crying babies and a malevolent spirit of the woman. The insinuation is that without him transporting her to the abortion clinic, she ran out and got a botched, “back alley” if you will, abortion which killed her.

When the doctor pulls the sheet off the crying baby, there is nothing there–no life, no humanity, a child that never was.

Turns out, however, it was a child never meant to be. He tracks down his former waitress sexual partner and she is taking (gasp) public transportation, back to her apartment in a (double gasp) non-doorman walk up in a (triple gasp) “diverse” part of town, with her (quadruple gasp) blond white male child. Oh the humanity. If only the abortion had occurred, this blond white male child would have been sold for body parts by Planned Parenthood, and the world would have been a better place.

I mean, if the waitress had been Black (or any POC “person Of Color, for the uninitiated), Hollywood would not have as easily consigned the poor kid to death, but a blond white male? This improves the gene pool.

One was a cyberbully in high school.

Another accidentally killed a patient then lied about it, in the best and most plausible section, played by actress Nina Dobrev. Look for her, she will be a big star.

Another was texting while driving, which led to the death of her sister.

All in all, a disappointment. However, like Star Trek, if you like the concept you buy in somewhat even with all but the lamest of Trekie spinoffs. I happen to like Flatliner movies. The cast, cinematography, direction, even the script of the New one just doesn’t really stand up to the original. One area of comparative excellence is the special effects. The MRI color scans of the effects of dying on brain electrical activity was extremely well done, and actually quite interesting. It gets back to the theory about The Sistine Chapel and how Michelangelo purposely depicted God reaching out to a sinner to pull him into the afterlife from what is most likely a depiction of the human brain and pineal gland.

All in all, they took a great idea and made it a Marxist fairy tale in the remake. No stars.


If you want to get something done, you need to enlist people with OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder). It is the only mental disorder acceptable in corporate America. It’s where work ethic ends, and fanaticism begins. I have no work ethic, yet I work almost constantly. We trade addiction for addiction, but at least there is the capacity to self dedicate, either to a worthy or unworthy cause.

I purchased the complete set of Burke’s LIVES OF THE SAINTS for a Christmas present. Paid 178 dollars for the 1952 2nd Edition. I was worried I would regret it, but am now considering buying another set to have two.

We don’t know where we come from, as Christians, and a big part of this is the willful ignorance mainline Christians have for the saints and martyrs of the early Catholic Church. The books are in four massive volumes, each book containing three months of the year. So, you look to see who was the Saint for January 12th, and read about them. Inspirational, fascinating historical snapshots, undiluted story of how Europe was Christianized, through the blood of martyrs and saints.

For instance, Saint Arcadius (a.d. 304):

During a time of great Christian persecution in Mauritania, Arcadius fled from the capitol city to the country. One of his relatives was captured and held hostage to force his return. When Arcadius came back, the pagan judge said they would release his kinsmen if Arcadius allowed himself to be sacrificed to their gods. Arcadius refused.

To punish this refusal, the judge ordered the executioners to first make Arcadius desire death without being able to obtain it. So, they chopped off all his fingers, toes, arms, and legs, leaving nothing but a trunk.

Arcadius said “Lord, teach me thy wisdom”, then ” Happy members, you are at last truly belong to God, being all made a sacrifice to Him”.  Then, “You who have been present at this bloody tragedy, learn that all torments seem as nothing to one who has an everlasting crown before his eyes. Your gods are not gods; renounce their worship. He alone for whom I suffer and die is the true God. To die for Him is to live.”

The pagans were struck with astonishment at such a miracle of patience, and the Christians gathered together the body parts to place in one tomb.

Kind of clarifies the need to be committed and resolute in our faith. The book inspires with examples, it reminds me of ZEN FLESH, ZEN BONES.

The governor just declared Pennsylvania a state of emergency for the Opioid Crisis. Spiritual solutions are best long term, but when it comes to investing in the Bioelectronics Corporation, ticker BIEL, my conscience is absolutely clear. We are doing a good thing.

The stock wants to go up–waiting on news that this will be in stores soon, and am seeing signs this is afoot, slowly. Buy now, take a 100% gain when the news hits, get out, and thank Saint Arcadius if that is as far as you want to go with it.























Bioelectronics is due for some