https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/926238

Answering the tough questions…

options to create multiple g-spots

exercises for multiple orgasms

how does an index finger touch an ovary from the inside

most skin to skin contact sexually transmitted diseases can be washed off after sex

why alcohol ruins a real female orgasm

why some male penises bend to the left

exercises to reduce or eliminate prolapse

is bigger really better?

how to get tight if you are still wondering if it is in yet

knowing how to establish proper sexual boundaries

how to properly communicate with your partner

why women and men don’t begin to have the best orgasms of their lives until they are about thirty years old

tell-tale signs to spot a bad lay from across the room… and more.

Introduction to the Letters

www.letters2jamison.com
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Aloha and Thank You for visiting.
I’ve got a lot of great things about #sex and #orgasm to share with you.


If this is your first read, welcome. You are going to find a lot of answers you won’t find anywhere else.


If this is not the first post you read, I am glad you enjoyed what you learned so far.

The #FoodForThought won’t be disappointing…


This blog is divided into the following categories: sex be religion, teenage experiences (drugs, drinking, first time, condoms, etc.), STD/sti (bathing, removal of an unplanned “accident”), sex experiences/BDSM (some are how to and some are the kind that make penthouse forum blush and normal/vanilla people pass out), toy training and orgasm exercises (how to make g-spots, how to pick training toys for o/g/a/s/m spots (those are the actual medical terms), an index finger can touch your ovary, why some guys bend to the left and other useful tidbits) and finally relationships/boundaries/communication (probably the most important items of necessity).


The original letters (about 200 of them) were written in succession. If the post has a “Letter #” then it was part of the original series. If the post does not contain “Letter #” at the beginning of the post, then that was written for everyone who is not my niece. (She would have some background the rest of you don’t.)


Each Letter builds upon knowledge gained in a previous letter… much like a basic textbook. The low number letters start with the basics that most people should hear when they are pre-teens and glides into high school, college, adult world and underworld subject matter in the 200 series.

Most of the Letters are about how to train your sexual muscles to orgasm the way your body was designed to achieve. Getting things out of order can be dangerous. Follow the posts starting with the earliest post first if you really want to lay a proper foundation. (Pun intended.)
Seriously, crawl before you attempt to run and end up tripping and falling. It hurts. I know.

Sex… is a good thing… especially when it is done well and for the right reasons.

It’s a gnosis. Why? I figured out the best orgasms are: 1) spiritual in nature, 2) are in a monogamous loving relationship, 3) with a partner you knew instantly was your soul mate (even before introducing yourself), 4) require you to know how to operate you before entering said relationship 5) without a doubt the best reason to exist on earth and 6) usually won’t happen until you are in your thirties.

(Yep, it takes lots of practice to train those muscles correctly. Babies born with legs can’t walk for about a year. What makes you think a pubescent teen is going to magically know what real love is or how to orgasm at your optimal potential when your junk isn’t even properly trained until your late twenties or early thirties?). It’s no surprise thirty is about the time people realize they chose the wrong mate and start looking for sexual fulfillment in new and undiscovered ways… hmmmm.


Enjoy the Letters to Jamison.
Some of them may answer questions you never thought to ask.
Share with your friends… and maybe some enemies you’d like to have as friends.
Throw $1.00 into the hat and support if you feel you learned something of value. (Here at the bottom of a post or at patreon because that is how I know the choice to make the Letters available was helpful for you.)
With love, great orgasms, healthy relationships and Aloha,
C. Change

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Letter # 101 Am I in a healthy relationship?


Do you know how to tell when you are not with the right person?
I will cut to the chase and answer this one for you.


A relationship is OVER the first time you look at someone else and wonder what it would be like to be with that other person instead of the one you are with.


Something about your current relationship is not meeting all of your needs.


Modern society has all sorts of excuses for why you stay where you are and deal with the problem and in so doing you end up violating another major boundary… being honest with yourself.


The popular excuse is “I love this person so I’m going to work it out.”

This may stem from the concept that a divorce was almost impossible to obtain prior to the mid 1960s… It wasn’t socially acceptable until around 1980…


Riiiiight. Sure you love your partner. You love them like I love chocolate.


There are 8 different words to describe 8 different types of love in the Bible.


Unless you had that “hit-in-the-head-with-a-baseball-bat” type of love I discussed earlier… (2) things: (1) then the titillating feeling of finding a different partner is your inner knowing that the person you are with …isn’t the best match and (2) when you are really in love, the way it is meant to be, you don’t notice anyone but your partner.


People get into wrong relationships all the time and spend the rest of their life trying to make it work.


Who are they trying to please? It’s obviously not the unhappy person in the mirror.


Even a monkey in a laboratory quits trying to put a square peg in a round hole after a certain number of tries. It’s the job of the scientists behind the mirror evaluating the monkey to keep track of the number of tries attempted before the monkey realizes effort after foolishness does not pay off.


I do think some monkeys are smarter than people in certain situations.
Take a gander at the bonobo monkey tribe. A matriarch dominant society that settles their differences using sex. It works, too.


What I want you to realize is that you are responsible for everything that happens in your life.


Responsibility


Technically the word means the ability to respond in a given situation.


I’ve noticed most people think they are responsible.


Even those adult individuals who have sex with toddlers, people who knowingly transmit deadly diseases, the banker who forecloses a house and kicks a family out on the street on Christmas Eve because they are late on the payment, the reporter who refused to do due diligence and parrots a lie, just a few examples of a terribly long list that includes you and me because even we Think we are responsible. Welcome to life… we all fall short of being responsible at some point.


I’m going to circle back to boundaries and communication.
Without appropriate boundaries and communication skills to enforce those boundaries, we end up in less than stellar situations.


Often, we don’t even realize when our own behavior crosses one of our own espoused boundaries.


A perfect example.


The example of that guy ran a red light and hit me… you didn’t have to be in that place at that time.


You could have been somewhere else. I promise you that the small voice inside told you ahead of time to be aware of your surroundings.

Why weren’t you listening? Was the radio more important?

Did your thoughts taking you out of here and now get in the way of being present? Was there some drama from another experience playing in your head that kept you from listening to yourself?


It really doesn’t matter what the subject matter noun is… this is one of the critical life lessons every person needs to accept, understand and thus… be responsible.


There is no such thing as a no fault accident in life.

If you are not present, you are 100% at fault. If you are present you bear half the responsibility for not getting out of the way.

You bear 100% of the responsibility for not taking action to create the solution appropriate for your needs.

This requires communication skills. With yourself! … and with everyone else involved!


Adopt this now and your entire life will be better for it.

Fail to recognize this as a basic premise for life and you will just keep giving away your power. You will keep living in co-dependent relationship disasters and wondering where and when it “all went wrong” while you erroneously look for something or someone else to blame.

Go look in the mirror. Fix that!

You can only attract that which you are.


Healthy people have healthy relationships.
Unhealthy people have unhealthy relationships.


Guess what… healthy people don’t get into relationships with unhealthy people. They stick with their own kind.


To have a healthy relationship, YOU must get healthy first!


If you can’t stand someone else’s bad behavior look and see what commensurate same rotten behavior you have.


Ok, your partner is a drunk and you are not. You are a nagging bitch. Quit pointing fingers. The problem is the same.

The outward problem appears different but the underlying cause is the exact same. You are both morbidly unhappy. The final outcome is the same.

Neither party wants to be around the other one when their inability to cope with the underlying issue results in ugly behavior.

You both have a behavior that needs less positive reinforcement and a life that needs a new skill set.


Circle back to boundaries and communication.


Life is about boundaries and communication.


Master these two items and life will be much more enjoyable.

A Little Truth Goes A Long Way

Teen Parenting PSA
Let’s face it folks… that talk you need to have with your kids about drugs and sex… is not going to go well if you don’t have the proper attitude or answers.

Most parents today remember the famous commercials showing a fried egg as your brain on drugs, a man running around a chair as a human-hamster on coke or a supermodel who takes out her false teeth and removes her make-up to reveal the dangers of meth.


Did these things stop us from doing drugs?
Did listening to boring statistics stop us from saying “No?”
Were alcoholic beverages or drugs involved the first time you had sex? Were drugs or alcohol the catalyst to get you or your partner into the sack?


We’ve been selling sex to underage kids since long before Jon Benet Ramsey was murdered.
Teen Vogue has more subscribers than the New York Times digital and print editions combined! (Numbers based on 2018 Google search data.)


It’s Time to change the conversation. The world is a different place than when we were growing up… and WE are the reason why our kids are facing different challenges than we did.

Up to 90% THC vape is available today but in the 80s or 90s, weed was around 4% THC. Back then, porn was a movie or vhs tape. Today, porn is made on a cell phone and uploaded in real time. 12 year olds are going through puberty and they look old enough for consent in some states!


If you are contemplating that “Don’t do it” talk your parents gave you (that didn’t work) or think you might not have all the answers to the questions you might be asked… consider flipping through the pages of Letters to Jamison. This is the information I gave to my own family to help their kids safely navigate the new landscape I helped to create.


Read it, put it in front of your kid and open the conversation based on a third party take on sex, drugs and ways to get out of a Bad situation when they realize they’ve made a mistake. You may not agree with everything… but the real solutions and scenarios, give you a way “in” to have an open and honest discussion with a curious or closed “out” teen. Remember when you were secretly looking for real knowledge in the least painful or embarrassing way?

When parents didn’t have the convincing answer to keep us out of trouble, most of us learned by trial and error….and error… And error…


Letters to Jamison chapters are filled with brutally honest nuggets of usefulness… they are not the politically correct canned answers from health professionals. Letters to Jamison are the truths the author wishes she knew “way back when.”

It’s good to know what to do when you get an STD when you are not old enough to have a Drivers License, (besides be angry, embarrassed and BUSTED), but wouldn’t that smart sex talk have been exponentially better if someone explained soap and water could keep you from getting skin contact diseases if you bathed immediately AFTER you had sex? (Instead of falling asleep or having a cigarette… bathe first, then cuddle when clean!)


Your quick little “avoidance” talk has to out-compete the sexually glorified behavior exhibited in TV shows like Shameless, Special Victims Unit, Game of Thrones and Teen Mom.


Your knowledge has to be more convincing than the porn industry, Hollywood, the music industry, the internet and 50 shades of fake hype combined.


Your level of confidence, greater than the “friend” or peer pressure.


If you really want to convince your teen not to do something… use the time-tested, proven solution of educating them about what they are missing out on when they make uneducated choices. Give them alternatives. Give them solutions. Give them the insider’s perspective from someone who has been in all those places you may not have wanted to go.

Sure you can wait until they are in a “serious” relationship… If your kid is like my siblings were… But I was the black sheep. At 14, drinking, doing drugs, having sex… And kids like me, have parents who swear their kid would never do these things at this age.

My college education was paid for, in part, by the sex industry… I had it. I used it. I also knew it wouldn’t last forever but my education would.

Now, I look back and see how our kids are making even worse mistakes because our “Gordon Gekko generation” showed how to get out of some of the consequences but failed miserably at how to avoid the mistakes in the first place.


If you don’t have this conversation, your kids will search out answers… just like you did, or maybe they will find much deeper and darker rabbit holes…


Follow the answers I gave my own family in Letters to Jamison here and via: patreon.com/colechange


…Because knowledge is more powerful than ignorance or peer pressure!
Good luck.
C. Change

Barnes and Noble stocking Letters to Jamison

Somehow this makes me feel like I might be a decent writer. Barnes and Noble does not stock crappy writers!!!

I am still no Ayn Rand, William Gibson, Peter Nichols or Stieg Larsson (whose Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was partially modeled on me, his girlfriend and one other outstanding femme fatale) but the fact that the truth and honesty niche for young adult seriously lacks accountable nonfiction and some buyer believes in my efforts has made me do a happy dance. So, whomever you are, where ever you are – Thank you.

The audio files have been uploaded and anyone who prefers to get their information in an audible format will need to wait the 2-3 weeks for it to start Serendipitously appearing. Spoiler alert – it is not the same as the blog and you get to hear me sing – I’m actually pretty good at it.

The hardcover/paperback versions are available at Amazon. For those who pay special attention to paint and wallpaper – I am an intensive acumen format specific layout master for print publishing. For those who grew up folding paper between their dexterous appendages, you will agree I have a knack, a special gift: the paper version layout beats any electronic format.

https://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/letters+to+jamison?_requestid=5890031

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Volume 1 for Teens Is Published

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/926238
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/926238

Thank you for joining me on this giggle-fest journey behind the scenes and between the sheets to discover the magical world of taboo behavior. As a teenager, there wasn’t a lot of sound advice coming in my direction for what could or would happen down some of the dark paths I took.  I just knew the DANGER sign at the beginning of the craggy path littered with sparkles and shiny trinkets was a welcoming beacon to undiscovered territory and orgasmic glory.

Every journey has a beginning.  As such, I am going to throw a whole bunch of things at you that are not on your radar or a whole lot of other people’s radar.

If that special “talk” you got didn’t include options to create multiple g-spots and multiple orgasms, an index finger can touch an ovary from the inside, most skin to skin contact sexually transmitted diseases can be washed off after sex, why alcohol ruins a real female orgasm, why some male penises bend to the left, exercises to reduce or eliminate prolapse, is bigger really better, how to get tight if you are still wondering if it is in yet, knowing how to establish proper sexual boundaries, how to properly communicate with your partner, why women and men don’t begin to have the best orgasms of their lives until they are about thirty years old (yep) or the tell-tale signs to spot a bad lay from across the room…

When you were two, I bet you knew what a car was, you had probably seen a bicycle or even a tricycle but that Big Wheel in front of you was the item to master first.  Sex is no different!  You were born with all the parts but you can’t use them properly until you learn how. 

This book is dedicated to teaching you HOW. 

Follow some of the choice mistakes I encountered and how I got around or out of a few of the wrecks when I used the keys to my brand new Ferrari without knowing how to ride a bicycle first.  I was given the usual puritanical instructions under the guise of you will fall in love, get married and on your wedding night have the most amazing virgin sex Never known to mankind.  Translated to: you are going to go SPLAT!  Oh, not following the arcane program?  Well, in case you are having pre-marital sex, here’s the number to a counselor if you think you got pregnant or a sti/std during that massively disappointing 30 second love fest and don’t forget to use a condom… next time.

Cripes!  With that kind of advice, it is no wonder why people turn to porn for education.  At least their train wreck looks like fun.  Psssst… it’s an act.  It’s all fake.  Follow me through the pages and get the goods the behind-the-green-door cottage industry hides from the public.   If you are a gifted child, creative curious teenager, a twenty in search of a better sex life, a thirty getting ready to actually find the right one or a forty questioning it all… oh, let’s go visit some places you probably don’t want to go so you can make better, more educated choices.

You can thank me by sharing what you learn with others.  Get ready to put on your Super Cape and let’s confine ignorant education leading to poor sexual performance and diseases where they belong… back in the Stone Age.  Enjoy the Letters To Jamison.

C. Change

VD Follow Up, When Curiosity Killed the Cat

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Following up on the Valentine’s and VD post, https://letters2jamison.com/2019/02/13/valentines-vd-a-gift-that-keeps-on-giving/ someone posited the question: Was I just lucky or was there something about my lifestyle that kept me from contracting diseases I probably should have gotten?

Listen to this blog post here

Promiscuity, in the 80s during the find patient zero aspect of the AIDS epidemic, was defined as 11 partners in one year. Statistically speaking, I’m guessing 8 dates a week in college pretty much defies logic when it comes to how I came through that time period relatively unscathed.

There are a lot of current (2019) commercials targeting LGBTQ about getting on a daily multiple prescription drug regimen to keep from getting HIV. Reading the possible side effects in the fine print, I’m sure you noticed the big section on kidney failure. One other interesting factoid about the regimen…part of it is also a treatment for hepatitis B.

Adding to my list of possible reasons why having unprotected sex with HIV/AIDS infected people did not result in my receipt of the disease, I would hope if individuals of high risk entertain risky behavior they add what they can from these practices to their protectionism mechanisms.

• I did not allow male semen inside me. The flagella (sperm) naturally chew holes in cell walls in order to fertilize an egg.
• I didn’t kiss or swap spit with people I was not in a monogamous relationship with.
• I bathed immediately after sex.
• I had an internal vaginal flushing mechanism called a female orgasm. (The fluid of which is usually around a 7.3 pH or higher. Same pH strip that they use to check whether or not a pregnant woman’s water broke.)
• I drank oxygenated water with a pH of 7.0 or greater.
• I ate non-GMO food.
• I regularly went skydiving and received a higher quantity of protons than the earthbound electron imbuing cell phone wearing group.


I was skydiving before proton therapy became a staple cancer treatment but after Louise L Hay taught me positive attitude and holistic medicine existed long before modern medicine.

You Can Heal Your Life at Hay House publishing.
https://www.google.com/url?q=https://www.amazon.com/You-Can-Heal-Your-Life/dp/0937611018&sa=U&ved=0ahUKEwjOp7q-ytDgAhVK5oMKHYkdAN8QFghWMAw&usg=AOvVaw1J-ARQZQxneukKpD5y9TgE

Has anyone else gotten a curiosity bug when looking at the history of HIV and AIDS versus the current epidemic? In the 80s, the powers publicly announced the decade would not end without cure availability.                                                         What happened?

Looking for correlating answers to the posted question above, the deeper I searched, the less sense the purported 80s story line made.


A thorough read of today’s internet material says the disease was present in monkeys in 1920s Africa and transferred to humans via bush meat. Recent research states these monkeys have been living with SIV for upwards of 32,000 years. All well and good but how did they survive the flash frozen younger dryas event that thawed out only about 12,000 years ago? Not related to sex and sex solutions, I guess that is a question for another post.

Agreed, HIV is a mutated virus with ape origins. Even though the proposed number of worldwide infections prior to 1980 was estimated at 300,000 with a rapid rate of spread capability, one might think wealthy American sport hunters or travelers having some “fun on holiday” might have been the first to bring HIV from Africa to America.

However, there is no documentation of such a logical occurrence.

A Haitian man who presumably worked the Congo bush then moved to New York ultimately becoming an intravenous heroine addict claims that prize.

Serum tested post mortem from New York’s Haitian man initiated “junkie pneumonia” victims had some staggering rates.
1975 below 20%
1978 1 in 11
1979 29% of 40 samples
1980 44% of samples
1982 52% of samples

Check the first “4H” box for 1970s New York needle sharing junkies, users numbered in the tens of thousands, which does not explain the California gay sex angle.

Odd spread statistics

Is it possible to believe that a lower percentage of people had sex between 1920 and 1980 thus accounting for the slow to non-existent mutation of HIV-1 and HIV-2 coupled with stable distribution capability at roughly (300,000 individuals/60 years = 5,000 individuals) on an annual basis?

While it supposedly raged in Africa and came to Haiti through employment, then into the world of shared needles, during the free love sixties and sexual revolution seventies, HIV found no traction as a sexual issue in America? Other than one molested, embarrassed and victimized, 16 year old boy in St. Louis, no American hippie culture type contracted the disease?

I would argue people were more promiscuous then with a lot less condom use than now, because sexually transmitted diseases were not lethal.
Follow that logic for a minute.

Between 1981 and 1984 in America, 1 case became 249 and then close to 3000 cases with a roughly 50% mortality rate ballooned into around 250,000 cases with a dismal life expectancy.

By January 1986 the AIDS epidemic had infected over 1 million Americans.

Go backwards and none of this 1920-1980 math adds up when it is correlated to human sexual behavior.

If it only took less than 5 years to have 1 million infections, how could it take 60 prior years to have less than 300,000 cases?

Yet, today, the wildfire-like disease spreads at a rate of 5,000 new cases per day?

If we account for the rate of population change between 1980 and 2018, again, the math does not add up.

While the global population only doubled, the rate of HIV infection increased by a factor of 10.

Did the sexual habits of humans drastically change in 1980? Sure, we flew a lot more in the 80s than in the 20s but when Patient [letter] O from the airlines was crossed off the list after infecting only 40 people, there were a lot more questions than answers.

How AIDS went from nothing to worry about to pink buttons proudly worn in bars almost overnight lacked compassion and logical sense. At the time, most believed the prevailing attitude, still held from Hitler’s ethnic cleansing less than 40 years earlier, that someone had found a cure for gays and drug addicts. (That was the scary part of “not my problem” 80s greed culture.)

The official narrative is unique. In 1977 a female prostitute in San Francisco delivers a baby that later dies. The woman dies in 1987. Post mortem discovery was conducted in both cases to determine HIV strain presence. Nobody knows this when the evening news runs stories saying gay men are dying.

When the general population did hear about this new deadly sexual disease, not unlike the Tuskegee syphilis experiment, only “4H”, a specific targeted community, had an outbreak for this one specific variant of the HIV series. In 1981, the CDC credits Ken Horne as the actual patient zero. Clusters in the gay community of San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York almost simultaneously got the disease.

And suspiciously, no happy heartlanders contracted this rare disease where it was first reported. Nor were there reports in Miami, Hotlanta, Dallas or Chicago sites, only gay men in three cities on the east and west coast.

In 1983 the CDC already had a smoking gun. Which is great detective work. The CDC claimed there was no conspiracy. The dying men said there was.

If a person didn’t think the disease was going to personally threaten them, then any narrative was acceptable. On the other hand, if this could directly affect the one in the mirror, finding out everything one could was extremely important.

Normally when researching the history of the AIDS narrative, one wouldn’t go looking for benignly related vaccine studies, unless one actually believed being both the maker of the bullets and Band-Aids provides a perpetual income stream. In America, if you want to find out what really happened, follow the money.

In 1973 a study was conducted in Uganda for children with Burkitt’s lymphoma. Wikipedia states, in 1985 retroactive testing showed 50/75 children had a disease closely related to HIV. Women were also dying of a close cousin of HIV, but not the one that bombed the American gay men’s scene.

Scientific consensus rules out any sort of stereotypical hate behavior in favor of genetic mutation. A mutation they still cannot explain in any peer review paper I read. If there is a scientific consensus, there is a paper. No consensus, no publish. In the publish or perish world, everybody wants to be first to publish!

In the paper by V. Harinda, HIV: Past, present and future (Indian J Sex Transmission 2008; Vol.29, No.1), No test has been able to conclusively prove how the virus mutated from SIV into a human HIV disease naturally. However, under the heading of conspiracy theory, “Some people believe that the virus was spread… to gay men through hepatitis b vaccine trials.”

According to Colin W. Shepard et al. in Hepatitis B Virus Infection: Epidemiology and Vaccination (Epidemiological Reviews, Volume 28, Issue 1, August 2006), “First licensed in the United States in 1981, hepatitis B vaccine is now one of the most widely used vaccines in the world…” Additionally, “…the world’s first cancer prevention vaccine and the first vaccine to prevent a sexually transmitted disease.”

Humans are the only known natural HBV host. Scientists have a complete DNA understanding of the virus. I won’t bore you with the jargon however, It is scary how unrelated scientific papers describe HIV and HBV transmission almost like identical twins.

Based on the demographic of the majority of the initial recipients of HIV/AIDS, it is completely understandable how this was viewed as a targeted eugenics project by everyone looking at these statistics. An HBV trial was administered to the subset populations in the three locations where GRID first bloomed.

It doesn’t actually matter who or what started it. What matters is stopping it because what is touted to stop the speed of new daily infections is not stopping the spread of the disease!

Lots of people wanted to get tested. The big problem was that nobody would administer the test until the 6 month incubation period after sex had expired. This created MAYHEM! Many people, like myself, adopted a program of keeping a list of partners and getting tested every six months.

Between 1984 and 1987, research funding was made available because women, children and movie stars could get AIDS.

To squelch heterosexual public fear, an available cure was expected within two years. Those of us who knew a cure would never come, took it upon ourselves to find out how to protect ourselves while continuing to live the scene.

They say cases of rare pneumonia and cancer triggered the detection of HIV.

Knowing cancer and pneumonia are both diseases that are triggered by low body pH and science has repeatedly proven neither disease can survive in a pH environment above 7.0, I decided to do a little 1980s peer review research journal crawl.

Many researchers looked at the correlation between pH and HIV transmission.

I stumbled across the most interesting paper attempting to prove that pH is not a factor in HIV. To an untrained individual, this might pass muster. To everyone else who passed 8th grade biology or chemistry, pH regulates chemical availability and thus cellular function.

When growing plants we know that soil pH must be correct for nutrient uptake in order to flower or grow food. Human bodies are designed to operate optimally with a pH around 7.0.

Blood has a pH ranging from 7.6 to 7.2 whether a vein or artery (Bohr effect). The higher range reflects more oxygen thus allowing for the body to process sugars and create healthy cells.

Here is the quick, short summary of the published research from the 1980s papers I examined.

At a pH of 5.0 nothing HIV related replicates. Ta-daaa! Cure.

However, cancer and pneumonia go Gang Busters in the pH 5.5-6.6 categories. Not a cure.

At a pH of 7.6, the upper limit of what any paper disclosed, there was still viable mutation. How much? Who knows?

Of interesting note, if a weak solution of NH4CL was introduced within the first 18 hours, a 95% rate of unsuccessful cultivation occurred.

That translates to a Potential 95% reduction in getting HIV if applied within 18 hours of sex.

Ammonium chloride can be found in cough medicine, fireworks, food additives, shampoo, cleaning products and textile printing. In a not too stunning surprise, this method of reducing the likelihood of spreading the HIV infection never made it to market.


The first protease inhibitor to successfully delay disease progression in AIDS patients changed pH levels. Protease inhibitors are employed to “affect physiological processes.” Mice studied were cited to have a pH increase to 8.5.

Another useful factoid of merit is circumcised males are less likely (65%) to contract HIV through heterosexual sex than their foreskin retaining counterparts.

Microbicides dropped pH levels and failed to achieve the anticipated results.

But no cure was ever published. Not even for those that could afford it.


And now a possible solution to the dilemma.
Based on my lifestyle choices, adding oxygenated water might be a huge part of the solution. Why? Because the human body is roughly 68% water, a bag of mush and electrical impulses. Water is the filter. The pH and oxygen content of your filter controls everything including the oxygenation of your blood cells and ability to fight disease.

A pH of 8.0 is not dangerous to the human body as there are oxygen water products that are sold with this pH at health food stores. Water at a pH of 8.0 is extremely healthy. So are oxygen bars also called oxygen cafes where one can breathe pure O2. The Las Vegas airport has an O2 bar. Some portable O2 units normally used by elderly patients provide a decent option for non-exploding oxygen tanks. The King of Pop slept in an O2 chamber. Oxygen kills anaerobic organisms. It turns facultative anaerobes into aerobes. It binds heavy metals. Oxygen can do amazing positives.

I would ask that if dollars are being spent on education to deter the disease, spend a couple thousand on a triple replicated study. Needed tools will include: a high school biology lab containing microscopes, camera attachments to snap photos of the slides, slides, cover slips, Petrie dishes, pH strips, auger, safety gear, HIV cells from a willing person able to donate a few drops of infected blood, and probably some willing Biology club scientists-in-training interested to perform this triple replicated study designed for peer review and publication.

Culture the HIV cells in the substrate. According to research papers, this occurs within one hour. Increase the pH in increments from 7.4 to 8.6 to see when the disease fails to spread.

I’d make a Vegas betting line at 7.8 pH.

If my theory that HIV does not transmit at a pH above 7.6 and replicated scientific proof can substantiate the anecdotal explanation for my lifestyle, then a small lifestyle change to emulate the protective measures I employ including douching the orifice immediately after intercourse with oxygenated water and drinking oxygenated water might be all that’s needed to eliminate the spread of the disease.

If that doesn’t work, science has known since the mid 80s a weak solution of NH4CL immediately after intercourse will reduce the risk of infection by 95%.

After replicating the proof three times, spend the rest of your budget getting the good word out!

The slave mentality
I know board members of pharmaceutical companies. They don’t bring new drugs on the market unless those drugs are profitable. Now that an estimated 70 million people and counting have contracted HIV with about 36 million still alive, a couple million people taking a daily regimen of pharmaceuticals is profitable.

Much like cancer, as long as we never cure the disease while gaining a new influx of contaminated individuals on a daily basis, the mutating HIV virus strains will always need new development profit centered drugs.

If high school kids, those most endangered by the disease, would accept responsibility to find possible cures or at least attempt the science experiments to see what levels of O2 implementation could work, then they might be afforded a simple luxury: what it’s like to have sex without wondering if it might kill them.

Our slave-owning, freedom-wanting founding fathers said it best, “Those who do not fight for freedom do not deserve it.”

Bottom line. If you want a cure, you need to find it. There is too much profit in not stopping this infection.

According to this list: A Sick person is worth $250,000. Healthy isn’t profitable.

If I Could Do It All Over Again… I Wish I Knew This First…

I’m asking for your comments!

The first book tailored to teens is almost ready to go to press. The editorial staff said I needed to divide the material into age appropriate books. Twenties, you are next.

Here are the questions…

Should it be text only or should it be electronic text with embedded video?

Audible with links to video or no video?