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Lost Arts Radio Show #155 - Special Guest Deniece Young

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A few weeks ago, I was fortunate to be shown a birth plan protocol, developed by a health researcher, mother and home schooling advocate named Deniece Young (Facebook). It was the most comprehensive summary plan I had seen, of important elements to take into consideration, for anyone considering a hospital birth for their child. I realized on reading the plan how important the information was, and felt all our listeners should see and understand it. The best way to accomplish that was to invite Deniece on the show as soon as possible. I was fortunate that she accepted the invitation, and she will be with us this Sunday night.

Deniece was a business consultant, but got involved in the campaign to stop California's forced vaccination bill for children, the infamous SB277. Then she got trained as a health consultant, and continued to do research in two areas of great interest to her, vaccination and childbirth. Now Deniece shares what she continues to uncover in these critical areas of awareness, and has become a valuable resource for parents and everyone else who wants to raise healthy children in spite of the medical tyranny that has taken hold in the U.S. and most of the supposedly civilized world. I expect our discussion to be full of important information for anyone wanting to protect their own health or that of their children against the current and coming plans for forced vaccination and medical procedures that are destroying lives in countries all over the world. This is not to focus on the negative, but to develop a realistic and strategic awareness of the environment we are now living in, so that we can be successful in turning it back toward sanity and what should be a normal way of life for all of us.

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