MMS continues to cause controversies as just a few days after a secret investigation, the Fringe “church” founder dismisses his cure declaration, denies his own words.
The Fringe “church” is the Genesis II Church of Health and Healing, which declares itself as being a place meant to enlighten people with the truth and meant to do good deeds.
Its founder and self-declared Archbishop of the Genesis II Church is Jim Humble, a man who declares himself to be a god from the Andromeda galaxy and a billion years-old.
The church’s religious sacrament is the MMS, or miracle mineral solution, a very controversial substance which could essentially be explained as being bleach as it contains potentially toxic elements and chemicals.
The MMS controversy appeared after Humble declared that the substance can cure every and all disease and that it has isn’t toxic and has no side effects.
As he declared to have discovered the miracle mineral cure in Africa and to have already used in to instantly cure a number of sick people, he then went to state that it cures most diseases.
Amongst the potentially cured health problems, Humble included almost everything from the common cold to herpes, cancer, and autism.
The MMS was thus marketed as a miracle cure by both Jim Humble and other Genesis Church Archbishops in both the U.S. and in seminars held throughout the world.
According to ABC News, another such archbishop, Mark Grenon, went to advertise MMS as being an effective treatment for HIV, Parkinson’s, Lyme disease and other health issues that generally take a long to heal, if they do heal at all.
Questioned about his alleged cure, Grenon maintained the church’s position and the MMS’s efficiency in curing diseases, not finding anything wrong in thus presenting the possibly toxic product.
After an undercover investigation was carried out by the aforementioned news agency, Humble, which was difficult to locate as he lives outside the confines of the U.S. borders and Law System, backtracked on his earlier declarations.
According to his new statement, which was published in the Genesis II Church on Thursday, Humble takes back his previous statement and now declares that MMS cures nothing.
He then goes to say that he should have expressed himself differently or that others have been twisting his words.
Still, Humble continues to maintain that, mixed with other various, important health tools, the MMS can still help fight the effects of the poor food and various chemicals that make people sick.
This would be quite controversial as well seeing as, according to the U.S. Health officials and medical experts, the miracle mineral solutions is a chemical in itself, as it mostly resembles industrial bleach.
Image Source: Pixabay