Panacea is the Greek Goddess of healing, said to have a medicine that cures all sickness – the universal panacea. Panacea has many names: Hygeia, Parnashavari and Sacha Mama, to name a few. She is often pictured holding a snake, which is said to be a reference to Asclepius, the father of Hygeia and Panacea as well as the father of medicine. The snake is considered to be the symbol of medicine, because the snake holds the antidote to its own venom, just as medicine can be harmful as well as benevolent.
John Lash now refers to Panacea by her secret dakini name, Vudasi and relates her to the constellation of the Snaketamer, Ophiuchus. Vadusi’s instruction holds the dual intentions of harming and healing in balance, in accordance with ancient shamanic lore. True shaman always held the ability to heal or kill, as these are two sides of the same coin and the attributes of Janus-headed serpent power.
Panacea’s power is clearly evident in the placebo effect. The placebo effect is a well-known phenomenon, describing how patients who have received sham treatment make real and measurable recoveries. The placebo effect accounts for more healing than any other drug or treatment yet discovered and is apparently getting even stronger.
“It’s not that the old meds are getting weaker, drug developers say. It’s as if the placebo effect is somehow getting stronger.”
Drug companies and their researchers studying the placebo effect, finally came to realise what shamanic healers have known for eons, that ritual opens up the healing pathways of the brain. In order for the healing ritual to work, the patient must believe in it and it makes no difference whether the ritual takes place in the steamy Amazonian jungle with smoke and feathers, or in a sterile doctors office with white coats and medical equipment. The placebo effect is modern medicine’s dismissive description of our innate, Goddess-given self-healing ability. The panacea is within all of us, but sadly, we have to be tricked into accessing it. And as if that’s not bad enough, evidence of the harmful aspect is also easy to find: a diagnosis of cancer or a terminal illness acts like voodoo on your brain, stalling your healing to the point where death becomes inevitable. This is called the nocebo effect.
Many illnesses are the result of poor lifestyle choices and our separation from nature, but that is not the whole story; we are also under attack. We are being systematically poisoned and weakened through geoengineering, GMOs, water fluoridation, weaponised medicine and electronic warfare. What can we do about it? The Panacea/Vudasi Band of the KWP focuses on psychedelic healing, eugenics and the quest for the solution to all ills. This band targets big pharma, vaccination programs, weaponized medicine, etc. Many of us will not be strong enough to switch on the panacea within ourselves until these assaults stop and those of us who are will need all our strength, courage and resources to fight the enemies of humanity wherever we find them.
On this site I aim documenting natural healing and first aid remedies that I have found to work. It will not be an exhaustive list, but it will be reliable and I welcome any contributions that you have tried and tested too. We need to remember, relearn and discover natural ways to take care of our own health. This is not as difficult as the experts would have you believe. Certainly, there is a big difference between healing cancer and dealing with a wasp attack, but for every single one of us the solution always arises at the time of greatest need and not a moment before.