The Incas from the Andes Mountains of Peru showed in their buildings the most astonishing potential of human geometric ingenuity.
The enormous boulders used in Machu Picchu came from the other side of the valley across the wild river, in the most steeply populated country in the world with the sharpest slopes in high mountains.
The perfectly matching granite monoliths colossi, up to 300 tonnes, sometimes 5 meters high, are seamlessly ingeniously
made in a multi-connection and you cannot get a razor blade in between.
This made the whole “earthquake resistant.”
I was always fascinated by the fact that until today nobody understands how they proceeded correctly.
I became more and more intrigued, and when I thought of the limited resources they had available, I was just nervous: they knew nor the wheel, nor the iron, nor the written language.
At most, they had a llama as an extra workforce. When you put a 50-kilo load on it, he drops down to the knees in the mud.
Large complex structures -although created by human hands- made a tremendous impression. Thus they often gave a divine dimension to it.
Many of the buildings have disappeared because the conquistadores cut their blocks into cubic stones, mainly to build their churches with them.
It is quite clear that the conquistadores have never been able to figure out how the Incas were working.
They must have refused to learn how to work their raw stone. It simply cannot be possible, that the Spaniards, if they had known, never mentioned this.
Have the Incas taken their secret architecture into their graves?
Especially the llamas and the sheep are inextricably linked to the Andes.
The condor, the giant vulture, has also been part of it for thousands of years.
It has a wingspan of more than 3 m weighs 15 kg and can eat up to 10 kg at once.
It breeds every two years and lives mainly of carcasses whose decaying scent can be smelled up to 200 km from his nest!
Rather exceptionally he hunts sheep.
The Incas from the Andes had to keep up with the sheep herds.
They bred them because of the wool, the milk and the flesh.
In the last century, the shepherds were increasingly annoyed by the condors that were attracted by the large herds, and they supplied their hatches rather exceptional with a stolen lamb.
Although this was rare, the shepherds decided to shoot the condors without mercy.
After a few decades, however, the sheep had also disappeared with the condors.
These were extinct because of all kinds of strange diseases.
Pretty soon a clever biologist had found the link.
The condor always grabbed the weaker sheep from the herd.
He was thus involved in a strong breed with good resistance to diseases.
When the condor was eliminated as a scavenger of the weak genes, the weak sheep were able to propagate with the result that after a few generations, the oats had outbreaks of diseases against which no remedy existed.
Now that the condor is allowed to go its course, he helps to eliminate the genes of these weak sheep and thus to maintain the population.
The moral of this story is that nature has to go its course.
It’s not smart to keep everything alive.
Give the best natural products to your pigeons, and what about those who do not survive?
Leave them behind.
The weaklings and suckers will cost you a multitude of misery in the long run.
It is a small example of Darwin’s law: The survival of the fittest.
Comed bases his vision on these sober principles and delivers an urgent message: break with the negative past by ceasing preventive work with antibiotics and building the positive future with Curol, Winmix, Roni, Stopmite Clean Etc.
We practise the sport with healthy animals, not with sick animals.
It’s the logic itself.
Honestly, man is allowed to take the animal out of its natural environment and practise a sport with it, provided that we do not make it sick.
Of course, “the sport” influences health: cockfights, bullfighting, are extreme examples.
But also the colouring of birds, unloading pigeons in bad weather.
By interfering with their way of life, human beings charge their health.
Already 40 years, Comed focuses specifically on tackling this problem.
The solution is the COMED METHOD. (No systematic treatment with antibiotics for infections in the illusion that they could sustainably improve sports performance).
Without antibiotics, with Curol, Winmix and Roni etc. even gives a better result.
The pigeon fanciers are always looking for a “strong product”.
Sometimes one doesn’t look so tightly… three-in-one, four-in-one, five antibiotics-in-one mixes were examples of a perverse habit.
For decades Comed has constantly been warning for his in all their lectures and leaflets…
Do we want to be the generation with a dubious reputation, who manages to discover the antibiotics and then, in a few decades, squanders it in purely pointless and stupid use?
Or… do we want to be the generation that turned the tide, predetermining the health of our children with a sense of responsibility?
No other choice is possible now.
No nostalgic folk medicine of herbs. Often leading to sometimes dangerous quackery.
No simplistic bio-approach, there must be sufficient effect.
High-tech orthomolecular nutrition and scientifically approached aromatherapy.
We leave behind those animals which cannot survive.
“The survival of the fittest” in the footsteps of Charles Darwin.
We have to select because, for practical reasons, the sports and hobby husbandry of animals cannot keep an entire breed.
Comed is a pronounced searching laboratory.
All formulas are constantly refined, often without much publicity.
Willem de Bruijn was more than ten years ago the early decision maker.
As a medical professional (dentist) he struggled with the irrational use of antibiotics for years.
It led year after year to staggering results.
Comed products are the minimum of non-medicated aid that you should give an animal when you take it out of its biotope and thereby charge for possible health consequences.
The end of the therapeutic tenacity is in sight. Often, improbable treatments were applied, antibiotic cocktails should be called into question on how it could be that the poor animals were still performing, despite the almost intoxication with antibiotics… This caused turmoil in the pigeon sports world. The result with the COMED METHOD: not just as well, but even better without antibiotics.
Follow the COMED METHOD or get hopelessly behind…!!!
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