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Jim Humble discovered a simple health drink cure for malaria in South America during a prospecting venture. When he returned from the prospecting trip he worked on the health drink formula for several years sending it to friends in Africa who were able to use it in the field. Eventually a missionary group invited him to Africa where he personally treated over 2000 malaria victims and those he trained while there treated over 75,000 malaria cases.

The formula was a simple health drink that had already been used for years for other reasons. Jim drastically improved the effectiveness by adding a few drops of vinegar to the drink. Since that time thousands of cases of many different diseases have been treated with complete success.

Jim brought the treatment to the world. His book not only gives complete details of his work, but it also has a chapter, written by Dr. Hesselink, listing over 160 scientific papers describing more than 100,000 scientific tests using essentially the same formula that Jim used and still uses. These tests verify all of Jim's basic concepts covering mostly data concerning malaria.

Jim started his career in the Aerospace industry where he quickly became a research engineer. He worked on the first intercontinental missile, the moon vehicle, wrote instruction manuals for the first vacuum tube computers, set up experiments for A-bomb explosions, worked on secret radio control electronics, set up experiments in electrical generation by magneto hydro dynamics, complete wired the first machine to be controlled by computers at Hughes aircraft company and invented the first automatic garage door opener.

In the mining field he wrote 4 books updating older technology and improving the health hazards for those involved. He first overcome the hazards of mercury and then he invented ways of eliminating mercury from mining altogether. His technology including methods of eliminating chemical leaching finally using nothing but water for the recovery of gold.

Jim's immediate goal is to return to Africa to eliminate all of the malaria in a single African nation in order to prove to the world that it is possible.

Note: Certain areas of the Clinic in Uganda image #1 below has been manipulated, such as areas around Jim's hat, etc. That is because certain areas were merging too much with the background. That's all. Critics have brought up this photo as 'evidence' for Jim's travels to Africa being faked, so we leave the explanation up as well as the photo (Clinic in Uganda #1 below) for clarification.

For videos of Jim in Africa, please watch the video interview with Jim in Malawi or Jim somewhere in Africa talking about MMS (2010) and other videos at Jim's official YouTube channel. To see what those who have tried MMS has to say about it, please check the MMS Testimonials YouTube channel.

There are plenty of MMS testimonials at - along with a video section at categorized by malady and sorted alphabetically.

Clinic in Uganda #1

Archbishop Jim Humble in Africa

Clinic in Uganda #2

Archbishop Jim mixes MMS at a clinic in Uganda

Prison in Malawi

Jim instructs 3 male nurses in prison

The Red Cross cured 154 Malaria cases with MMS in 48 hours in Uganda 2012.
This test was documented on video by two different producers. Watch the videos below.

MMS kills Malaria in around 4 hours as was seen in the test, but the study lasted two days, and each day it would take 24 hours for the bloodtest results confirming a Malaria negative in 100% of the cases. It seems the Red Cross wanted to prove to the world that Jim Humble was wrong, that MMS could do nothing for Malaria. They had no belief that MMS would do anything for Malaria, which is why they decided to go ahead with the study.

The Red Cross were shocked as they were proven wrong, with a 100% success curing a total of 154 Malaria cases (154 out of around 800 tested positive for Malaria.) However, instead of sharing the discovery with the world the Red Cross instead tried to cover up what happened. When information such as the first video uploaded to YouTube (against the will of the Red Cross) documenting the study was uploaded to YouTube and promoted in the MMS Newsletter, the Red Cross responded by publically denying the test from even taking place. Video #2 below was leaked by accident by a local producer hired to make an internal piece for the Water Reference Center (founded by Red Cross Seychelles and Red Cross Kenya) to bring back home, and in this video you can see Klaas Proesmans as the video documentary narrator. Proesmans is the CEO of the Water Reference Center. Proesmans also in his response to the first video uploaded 2nd of may 2014 claimed he was in China when the test took place. This might be why we haven't seen a response from Proesmans after the second video was uploaded to YouTube two months later, where Proesmans is not only on the scene participating but also narrating a video documenting the event.

For more on Red Cross' MMS Malaria Cure discovery:


Videos documenting the Red Cross Malaria test using MMS (Sodium chlorite 22.4%) activated (Chlorine dioxide) in Uganda 2012 :

Video uploaded July 2nd 2013
Title: LEAKED: Proof the Red Cross Cured 154 Malaria Cases with MMS
The Red Cross has, perhaps undertandably (considering their first response,) not yet responded to this video.

Video uploaded May 1st 2013
Title: Red Cross World Sensation! Malaria finally defeated!
Recorded by Leo Koehof whom trained the Red Cross staff in how to use MMS for Malaria.
This is the video the Red Cross responded to.

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