The Ashwin
The Ashwin is a regular webzine for ΑΩ Labs' customers -- January / February, 2009
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Tomorrow's Cancer Cures Today
Agora Publishing has announced the impending release of Tomorrow's Cancer Cures Today: 25 Secret Therapies from Around the World by Dr. Allan Spreen (M.D.), set for April 7, 2009. As we announced last September (2008), the success of Cansema® as an acknowledged cancer cure worldwide within the alternative health care community, consumes an entire chapter of this book. The successful treatment of skin cancer by American astronaut, Dr. Brian O'Leary, and his subsequent endorsement are a highlight of the book. If you would like to be among the first to obtain a copy, please email us. To Our Readers in the U.S. -- The products mentioned on this page, and the information presented herein, have not been examined or evaluated by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration. Therefore, these products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

How to Get Your Money
Back When You've Been
'Had' By a Maker of
Pirated (Counterfeit)
Since the introduction of our Fake Product Compensation Program last September, we have received hundreds of complaint letters directed against those who see fit to produce counterfeit products, using our trademarks -- particularly Cansema®. (See U.S. registered trademark for Cansema).
As stated previously, the producers of pirated, or counterfeit, product includes the following:
  • Jennifer Wilson (Australia)
  • George S. Ackerson
  • Elaine Hollingsworth
A common question we get from duped customers is, "How do I get my money back from a seller of counterfeit product?"
As it turns out, the answer is surprisingly simple. The vast majority of those who purchase product do so with their credit card. Since most of the vendors above will not return your money if you complain about having purchased products under fraudulent circumstances, you have to take things to the next step.
File a complaint of a fraudulent transaction with your credit card company. Use the link to the U.S. registered trademark above to show that the merchant sold you product under fraudulent circumstances.
Our experience is that almost without fail, your credit card company will refund the money for the fraudulent transaction and debit the money from the merchant selling the counterfeit merchandise.
If you need any help in this matter, just write us at

Bevan Potter, pictured above, has been selling counterfeit product, using Alpha Omega Labs' trademarks, since 2003. Despite numerous requests to cease and desist, he continues to defiantly use our trademarks, artwork, and web pages in the sale of his pirated product.
"Woe unto those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness."
Isaiah 5:20 [ 1 ]

"It's terrible to lie in chains
And rot in dungy deep
But it's still worse, when you are free
To sleep, and sleep, and sleep."
Taras Shevchenko [ 2 ]

Modern Medicine as Organized Crime:
The Truth Behind The Attempted Kidnapping
of My Husband & AO Labs' Founder

In the afternoon of Wednesday, November 19, 2008 -- scarcely more than 3 months ago -- we received a phone call from an associate here in Guayaquil, Dr. Neville Solomon [ 3 ]. "Warn Greg immediately! They're trying to kidnap him! There's an unmarked plane waiting at Guayaquil airport. They've got phony extradiction papers, and they have the assistance of paid-off immigration officers and members of the U.S. Embassy!"
Apparently, Dr. Solomon -- who bears a vague physical resemblance to my husband, Greg -- was abducted by local police, along with his 16 year old son, Michael, taken to the parking lot of the local Immigration office, and interrogated for over an hour and a half inside two official vehicles, one of which belonged to the U.S. Embassy. They released Dr. Solomon and his teenage son only after they had sent additional agents to surround our home, roughly 25 km. away, where they camped out for the next few days.
Little did they know that Greg was 100 miles away on business, with no intention of coming home until we investigated what was going on.
Working with Ecuadorean officials, we were able to piece together what happened and determine that the entire operation was "rogue." In fact, it was completely illegal and in violation of the extradiction treaty which the U.S. has with Ecuador. Dr. Solomon went ahead and filed a "Denuncio" -- and within the last two weeks, not one, but two, officials from the U.S. Embassy have been expelled by Ecuadorean President, Rafael Correa. [4] They will not be invited back any time soon.
For years now, we have been hearing and reading about "extraordinary renditions," where officially and unofficially, various U.S. agents are involved in kidnapping people and taking them to any one of several hundred prisons and torture centers which the CIA and other alphabet agencies of U.S. Goverment maintain to depopulate the world of people who don't agree with their policies -- foreign or domestic. [ 5 ] The usual crock is used to justify this kind of deplorable behavior -- that only terrorists are being targeted. Never mind that their target of people is so broad that the word "terrorist" could and should be redefined to be "any person who, in the opinion of anyone working for the U.S. Goverment, directly or indirectly, does not agree with official U.S. Goverment policy or is otherwise guilty or potentially guilty of adversely impacting the profitability of one of its major corporate campaign donors."
About a week after the attempted abduction, I received a phone call from a medical doctor in the U.S. who was physically present in the offices of Life Extension in the 1990's when they were raided by the FDA. He told me that a "failed abduction" usually leads to a cover-up, "In this case," he said, "you can expect them to add your husband to the Interpol wanted list, and backdate it to before the illegal kidnapping to cover their hide."
And sure enough, true to their corrupt ways, that is exactly what they did. [ 6 ]
The truth, of course, is that the cracks in the foundation of modern medicine are so huge and so irreparable that only fraud and heavy handed police tactics can hold their evil empire together. The U.S. Government's ridiculous fraud and FDA drug charges against Greg are so ludicrous that they are readily and summarily dismantled in Chapter 3 of Meditopia. And that is the greatest sin of all in today's global health care system: exposing the simple fact that Modern Medicine has degraded into a despotic system of organized crime, unable to reform itself and completely lacking in any capacity to raise itself out of its own filth, corruption, and all-consuming greed.
Cancer patients who are considering outmoded methods of addressing their illness -- chemotherapy, radiation, and highly invasive surgical procedures, the modern medical equivalents of 18th century "bloodletting" -- should ask themselves, "If I would never consider going to the 'mob' to heal my affliction, then why should I listen to medical authorities and their bribe-taking, bureaucratic, goverment toadies who behave just as badly?" Can you really trust people who use these kind of tactics to sustain their medical hegemony? More to the point, "If Modern Medicine offered solutions that were really effective would they have to resort to mafia tactics to sustain their supremacy over far less costly and supposedly 'less effective' alternatives?"
The answer is so obvious it hardly requires a response.
(But read Chapter 4 anyway if you're not convinced.)

Cathryn Caton, N.D.
Alpha Omega Labs
Guayaquil, Ecuador


  1. Taken from the Book of Isaiah, KJV.
  2. A oft-quoted passage from the man who is arguably the Ukraine's most famous writer and poet. Its place here should be obvious: by ignoring the immense fraud that is the hallmark of modern medicine, common people everywhere create an imprisonment of the mind far worse than any imprisonment of the body.
  3. Dr. Neville Solomon -- (a doctor of theology, not medicine) -- has extensively studied the psychological, emotional, and spiritual "triggers" behind the vast majority of diseases. He now works with over 25 medical doctors who employ his system, and in two and a half short years has acquired an astonishing reputation in Guayaquil, Ecuador for curing cancers that were previously thought incurable.
  4. Neville filed a two page "Denuncio" (complaint) with the police in Guayaquil (Guayas Province) -- (the thumbnail images at left, when clicked, provide full page, printable images at 300 dpi of the two page complaint filed). It also made its way to the highest levels of the federal government in the capital, Quito . . . We should point out here that we make no claim that the kidnapping attempt was a causative factor in the expulsion of U.S. Embassy officials. The Ecuadorean government has clearly described the reasons as existing elsewhere, and its own complaints are quite specific. There is, however, a correlation in that Dr. Neville's "Denuncio" comes on the heels of many other reports concerning the aggregiousness and volume of criminal activity that is generated by or from the U.S. Embassy. It is our personal opinion that this does affect U.S. / Ecuadorean relations. Nemesis
  5. There are too many sources to quote on the endemically criminal activity that goes on within the inner workings of the U.S. Government, particularly the intelligence community, but the extent and nature of "extraordinary renditions" (a euphemism for "torture by proxy") is clearly laid out in Chalmers Johnson's Nemesis: The Last Days of the American Republic. Johnson is, himself, a former CIA consultant, so he is able to speak on the subject with some authority.
  6. The charges listed on Interpol ("fraud" and "selling a fake cancer cure") are proposterous and are based on an "in absentia" set of hearings conducted in Lafayette, Louisiana. In Chapter 3 of Meditopia we detail the November, 2007 "ambush" probation revocation hearing, wherein we received phone calls from two of our previous employees, complaining that FDA agent, John Armand, was insisting that they lie under oath, on the witness stand, about Greg's activities in order to put him back in prison. They were threatened if they did not lie under oath. (This is an extremely common practice today in the U.S. criminal justice system, as you'll read in Chapter 3 of Meditopia.)
    We were fortunate that a third former employee, Crystal Leslie, who instigated the FDA action after having embezzled over $20,000 from our food company, Lumen Foods (which used to be ... and is now archived at, bragged about the ambush in a sworn deposition just days before the hearing was to take place. Armed with three accounts of criminal intent on the part of FDA agent, John Armand, Greg simply chose not to return to the United States . . . ever. ---- (See Chapter 3, Part 2 of Meditopia.)

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