Seth speaks out on viruses and their nature and their relationship to people, as we choose to activate, or not to activate ever-present body elements, again, all about beliefs.
“Remember what I said earlier about the connections between disease and non-disease states. Communication flashes between viruses and microbes, and they can change in the wink of an eye. Once again, then, ideas of the most optimistic nature are the biologically pertinent ones.”
The Way Toward Health, Chapter 14: June 27, 1984
“So-called harmful viruses are ever-present within the body. You are very rarely vulnerable to any but a small percentage, though you carry within you traces of the most deadly of them all of the time. Viruses themselves undergo transformations completely unsuspected by medical men. If one virus disappears and another is found, it is never suspected that the first may have changed into the second; and yet through certain alterations of quite natural character such is the case.
“So viruses can be beneficial or deadly according to the condition, state, and needs of the body at any given time.”
The Nature of Personal Reality, Chapter 7: Session 631, December 18, 1972
“The viruses in the body have a social, cooperative existence. Their effects become deadly only under certain conditions. The viruses must be triggered into destructive activity, and this happens only at a certain point, when the individual involved is actively seeking either death or a crisis situation biologically.”
The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events, Chapter 6: Session 840, March 12, 1979
“To a certain extent (underlined), epidemics are the result of a mass suicide phenomenon on the parts of those involved. Biological, sociological, or even economic factors may be involved, in that for a variety of reasons, and at different levels, whole groups of individuals want to die at any given time — but in such a way that their individual deaths amount to a mass statement.”
NoME Chapter 1: Session 802, April 25, 1977
…Seth asserted in “Mass Events” that epidemics represent mass despair which is the true cause of the epidemic.
He asserted the natural state of the body is one of health.