I got an email today claiming that the Bible contains the cure for diabetes.
It’s a detailed look at one of one of the most controversial passages in the entire Bible.
Its meaning has been studied and examined for thousands of years, but recently, scientists have linked this passage with something no one could have imagined.
In a shocking twist, researchers may be looking to the Bible to cure one of our deadliest diseases.
Thanks to a misunderstood phrase buried on Page 1,117 of the King James Bible… people from across the country are miraculously curing themselves of diabetes…
Sometimes in as little as 3 days!
Atheists hate this… but they can’t refute it.
It contains a link to a website that is going to tell you all about it, which I’m not going to share. It’s one of those hideous spam sites that fires up a video lecture at you with no controls, no way to skip through it, and that drones on and on about how wonderful this cure is — I’ve got it running in the background, and so far, ten minutes in, it has said nothing about the “cure”, except that it works miraculously, and lists a bunch of doctors’ names in testimonials. I’m about to give it up, but we get a few hints.
The secret is supposed to be contained in Daniel 3 (that page 1117 nonsense is just ridiculous). That is the story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abed-Nego, who were thrown into a blazing, fiery furnace by King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon, and survived. I do not recommend treating diabetes by setting people on fire.
Oh, I just heard the video complaining about Big Pharma and citing Joseph Mercola. Still no word about what the fuck
Daniel’s Diabetic Miracle might be.
Ah. A phrase:
intermittent hypercaloric feeding. No, that’s not in Daniel 3. I’m gonna guess it’s going to be something about hot foods or high energy foods or something similar, which won’t work.
The narrator just announced that all you have to do is write to him and he’ll send you your free copy of a brochure that will describe how you can easily cure your type 2 diabetes. Implication being that there is a non-free description of all the details.
I’m done. I can guess where this is going to lead. If you suffer through this tedious presentation, you must be really gullible, so you’ll happily pay some sum of cash to this quack to get his super secret magic recipe which must be true because it is in the Bible.
I guess I’m stupid enough to listen to 15 minutes of endless promises and grandiose claims, but not quite that stupid.