General MRP Questions
What’s the difference between MRP and the CC protocols?
Not much. MRP is a spectrum of techniques and the CC protocols are specifically targeted outcomes. MRP contains CC protocols, but not vice versa, like how fruit contains apples, and grapes, but grapes and apples aren’t the same fruit. That isn’t a perfect analogy but you get the picture.
Is this legal? You’re not a doctor are you Carlton?
Yes it is legal. No, I am not a doctor and would never pretend to be one. No money is being exchanged, and no doctoring is taking place. The entire test and process amounts to nothing more than a person going over a friend’s house and having to abide by their rules of home for two weeks. That’s it.
There is no paperwork. I don’t want anything being formalized or professionalized because none of this involves a business, company, or organization protocol. This test is a person with cancer staying over a friend’s house for two weeks and possibly not having cancer anymore. If there was money being exchanged, or if any formal medical practice, e.g. surgery, was taking place then there would be considerable legal issues. Also, what is being done is a test to see what will happen; nothing is being claimed to definitely happen.
Where can I find more info on Carlton?
I’m just a regular person with irregular ideas. I have talents and a natural proclivity towards certain work, but really, I just want to help people that want help. I don’t formally claim to be any kind of professional or expert to convince people of who I am, because my work speaks for itself. I am my actions. Anyone can lie and make themselves seem a certain way—what matters most is how they behave beyond the rhetoric. You won’t interact with the rhetoric, you’ll interact with the person’s general expression of behavior. If you’ve paid attention to any of my work thus far, you already know what I’m about. That said, the website serves to highlight some of my interests and passions and shed more light on who I am.
What is the diet and lifestyle that is the effecting factor of MRP?
It is a laundry list of what to eat, and how to live. Initially, it was thought this information should be made public, so people can help themselves, but then upon further assessment it was realized to be a bad idea. If you put out strict, complex information on how to cure cancer online, naturally people will try it out. Also, because the information is so strict, naturally some people will make mistakes. The reasoning was that if even one person dies because of the information, then it shouldn’t be put out.
Look at it like this: If a million people read a complex cancer cure recipe and only a quarter get it wrong, that’s still potentially 250,000 dead people.
Even one is too many. The reason why it is too many is because it can be zero. If there had to be a chance taken involving that some people might die, then that would be somewhat logical of a choice, but it doesn’t have to happen at all. And you better believe that it would happen if the information was made public. There are people that would see the information that don’t speak English as their first language who would easily misinterpret some stuff. Also, there are people that would do everything perfect for 1.9 weeks, and then make one mistake on the last day of the second week, such as allowing the person with cancer to use an artificial perfume, hair product, or deodorant, and ruin the whole process. Something as simple as eating unripened fruit, even though the fruit itself is recommended can ruin the process as well. A part of MRP is an extremely strict food consumption protocol that must be uniquely tailored from person to person. In the unripe fruit scenario, the person would think everything is going great until they see the gains have been somewhat reversed, and then blame the MRP as not working because they themselves made such a small, unbeknown mistake that ruined the whole process.
By forcing someone to get treatment under my direct observation, none of those mistakes will be made because the strict environment will not allow for it. There will be no blood on anyone’s hands.
Really? Just diet? That’s bull.
I agree! “Just diet” is bull, which is why MRP isn’t “just diet.” Diet is a core component, but it’s an amalgam of behavioral factors as well. If you eat correctly and smoke, MRP won’t work. If you eat correctly and drink alcohol, MRP won’t work. If you eat correctly, yet are overweight, MRP might not work until you lose weight. If you eat correctly then eat incorrectly at all before the disease is completely healed—because it’s normal for people to cheat a little bit when they have a new diet—you could very easily negate your MRP success, and make it seem like MRP doesn’t work. So yes, “just diet” is bull.
Why do you think MRP will work?
I have already cured a small, benign manifestation of cancer in myself, among several other diseases like mild asthma, seborrheic dermatitis, and a “bad knee” that would sometimes create shooting pain after a mile jog (As a side note: Don’t let anyone tell you there is such a thing as a bad knee, shoulder, or joint. Unless it has been removed or obliterated, it can still heal and return back to normal without surgery.)
If I didn’t already see MRP work for myself, I wouldn’t have the conviction to put myself out there to show other people, because I wouldn’t completely know what I was talking about. Now I do. Now I have absolutely no excuses as to why I can’t try to show others it is possible. The only reason a test to cure cancer is being done is because I have no proof to show others I have cured it in myself, and it makes no sense to go around acting like you have a cure for cancer with no proof—big claims require big evidence. We live in a world where regular people and even world leaders enjoy lying to people just to make an extra buck, so naturally, just saying “I saw it happen” isn’t good enough. An early idea I had was to make a YouTube video showing people how to give themselves cancer and how to remove it. I thought that would be a very good social experiment that could maybe go viral. But then I thought that would be dangerous, because what if people use that information to give someone cancer that doesn’t know how to cure it and won’t even know they have it, and plus, some people like taking stuff to the extreme for attention. The last thing I want to do is give the world more ammo to hurt each other.
What about the biopsy? It takes time for the results.
This depends on several factors, such as where you are going to get it done, what type of cancer you have, what kind of biopsy is to be done, how long that establishment takes to do it, and how long that establishment takes to give you the results. Long story short, as long as you schedule a biopsy within a reasonable amount of time, whether you have a biopsy started a day after the test or two weeks later, there should be enough change that the total amount of time it takes for you to get your results back should suffice in measuring the efficaciousness of the MRP.
Why not just skip to the end of the timeline? Why not skip the MRP and just make the MRA?
The way I’m doing it now is the fastest and smartest way to begin helping people. The manufacturing process will bring in a bunch of variables that will take a long time to get sorted out. Manufacturing medical equipment comes with too much business rigmarole, blueprinting, devising, and experimentation. It’s smarter to show it works now, expand it to help more people, and while it’s helping more people use the funding from all that to begin the manufacturing process. The expansion functions as an equivalent to the effect of the MRA, because it will still help many people.
This all sounds great! What can I do to help?!
There will be A LOT of help needed when the test is over, so continue paying attention to what’s going on, and stay tuned for updates. Right now, the only thing you can do to help move things along is spread the word and donate! The entire MRP concept is for the public by the public, so even $5 will be of extreme benefit.
When everything is said and done, in the future, I will do something to honor all the people that made it happen. I’ll think of something appropriate when the time comes, but it will definitely happen at some point. I already have some ideas as to what I will do.
What do you think is wrong with the normal cancer treatments? What are doctors missing?
I don’t think there is anything wrong with the normal cancer treatments or that doctors are missing anything beyond the fact that the normal cancer treatments are not MRP and the doctors aren’t doing what I’m doing. It’s as simple as that. MRP isn’t being done in normal cancer treatments, so that’s the only thing that could be considered “wrong” in my eyes. Helping people isn’t a contest.
You speak of cancer cures, have you heard of Burzynski?
Yes. I’ve heard of several different people who have cured certain types of cancer and Burzynski is one of them. I’ve known of him for about 10 years now (this was originally written in 2017). (I may have heard about him even longer ago, but I’m referring to when I really looked into his work.) He has a remarkable technique for curing cancer that uses the traditional physics model for matter and energy. For those who don’t know, he takes a quantity of blood and invigorates it in a way that when reintroduced into the body, the body has the ability to naturally fight off the cancer. Apparently it doesn’t work for all types of cancer though, so I’ve heard. I don’t really have much to say about it because it’s not a contest to see who has the best cancer cure. Some people have “cured cancer” simply by chopping it off. If that’s what works, that’s what works.
Aren’t you scared you might make a mistake, or that someone may try to stop you from progressing if everything goes well?
No I am not scared. If I was, I wouldn’t have made MRP in the first place, because I don’t set myself up to be “more scared” if I am afraid of something.
Also, I know I simultaneously do and don’t create my reality—it’s a long story. In fact, it’s such a long story I ended up writing a book about it named Consciousness Mechanics: Navigating the Matrix. If you read that, you will see why I would never be scared of doing MRP.
Also, I’m not doing MRP to step on people’s toes, I’m doing it to help people. Literally everyone I’ve heard of that has attempted to cure cancer publicly and was stopped or faced resistance was doing it in a business-oriented way that naturally butted heads with the medical industry. They all carried fear, and that fear manifested in the form of resistance, provided by other people equally in fear. Just to give an example, one fear they all carried was the fear that they wouldn’t be supported unless they charged lots of money for their service. Another fear is that they all thought in terms of competition, and naturally attracted people ready and willing to compete—sabotaging, destroying, and killing the competitor are ways of competing for some people. In summary, they all chose to do things that attracted a “medical mafia” kind of reaction.
And to be completely honest, another thing I noticed is that inventors—especially people with groundbreaking cures or an alleged free-energy device—tend to take themselves very seriously in a somewhat arrogant way. Some even seem to have a kind of savior complex, insofar as they think they are better than the common man. Having these kinds of beliefs are rooted in fear, and attract you to a reflection that will show you you’re not invincible, you’re not mankind’s savior, and that the world will still spin without your invention.
With all that said, I am not a doctor, I don’t own any institutes, and I’m not charging anyone for undergoing MRP. Right now, I’m just a guy that knows he can help people, and is willing to take the quickest, most simplest route to do that, because by definition it’s the best route. Taking the longer more complex route just adds more drama, more possibility for conflict and mistakes, and more details that take more time to be ironed out. I don’t need to spend years and years becoming a doctor and creating a medical business model to help people, just like I don’t need to be a weatherman to know what it’s like outside. All I need is to know exactly what I’m doing, ignore society’s pressure to be someone I am not, and have the audacity to do what I know I was born to do.