David Hawkins Odessa Missouri YouTube Channel

Posted in Favorite Links, Key Pages on April 13th, 2022 by dhawkinsmo

The purpose of this post is to make it easier to find my YouTube channel which currently is hard. My hope is that once this post gets picked up by the search engines, you can just Google “David Hawkins Youtube Truthmatters” (Truthmatters is the name of my blog) and this post will come up containing a link directly to my channel. We’ll see.

Here’s the link to my channel. My playlists include … Wai Wai Songs, Gospel Piano Instruction, Family, Permaculture, Etc. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPOzrw1PIQMZjksw5JnNuZg/playlists

Here is my most watched Gospel Piano Lesson, almost 8000 views, Roll is Called Up Yonder – Lesson 1 (Easy version) … https://youtu.be/dnoHbwgftGY

Missionary Charles Champlin (wife Julie) has also done a TON of work making Wai Wai Scripture and Hymn resources available for free online at Scripture Earth … here’s the link … https://scriptureearth.org/00i-Scripture_Index.php?sortby=lang&name=waw&ROD_Code=00000 … or you can just Google “Scripture Earth Wai Wai” and the link will appear …

Additional search tags #bobhawkins #florinehawkins #waiwaisongs #davehawkinsodessayoutube

Weston Price: Natural Food = Health

Posted in Healthy Food & Agriculture, Key Pages on March 16th, 2012 by dhawkinsmo

These “primitive” people at left have perfect teeth and perfect health, yet have no toothbrushes, no toothpaste, no dentists, and no doctors.  How is this possible?  I recently made a post about Joel Salatin and Dr. Joel Fuhrman, two people who are really having an impact on my thinking about food and health. My own eating habits have changed thanks to Dr. Joel Fuhrman and my view of agriculture has changed because of Joel Salatin. But one serious question remained in my mind about food and now, thanks to my reading of “Nutrition and Physical Degeneration” by Weston Price DDS, my question is answered! Let me explain. The problem I was having was that on the one hand, Joel Fuhrman promotes a largely vegetable diet – leafy greens and fruits primarily – and recommends minimizing meat, dairy and grains. But on the other hand, Joel Salatin promotes a lot of meat eating and says things like “my eggs cure people.” How to reconcile these two different pieces of information. Enter Weston Price. (Recommended to me by Joel Salatin in his latest book “Folks This Ain’t Normal”). Price did a very comprehensive scientific study of “primitive” Read more »