Editor’s introductory note: In the 1990s, while working in the Amazon rain forest in Guyana, Jim Humble discovered that a solution made from  water, sodium chlorite crystals (commonly used to kill pathogenic organisms in water) and a weak acid (usually citric acid crystals) could be an effective treatment for malaria. He called this solution MMS.

(You can see a video that relates to a test of MMS solution in the treatment of malaria at this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrwZN1cPfX8.

Jim Humble has since experimented with using MMS to treat other conditions. Jim Humble is not a doctor or health professional but an inventor.   He began the Genesis II Church in the USA so that he could train people in how to use MMS without interference from the US government. Jim Humble is coming to NZ to give a seminar in Novmeber and you can read the details below:



Upcoming MMS seminar: Ngatea, North Island, New Zealand: 7th to 9th of November 2014

Meet Jim and the team in New Zealand.

Meeting location: Ngatea Water Gardens Function Centre, Bratlie Place, Ngatea, (ph 07 8677275).  
(approx 1 hour from Auckland, Hamilton and Tauranga).

Town: Ngatea
Country: New Zealand  

Date / time begins: Friday 7-November-2014 – 10am
Date / time ends: Sunday 9-November-2014 – 6pm

Costs: Donations of $500 USD.

Bookings and payments required by Oct 10th.

Payment options: PAYPAL and Paypal excepts credit cards and Western Union.
Contact for registration:  info [at symbol] miraclemineral.co.nz
If you can’t pay through PAYPAL, for other payment options, please contact Roger at

info [at symbol] miraclemineral.co.nz

Contact: Roger Blake 

Contact email:  info [at symbol] miraclemineral.co.nz

Contact phone: 07 8677275

Costs include:  3 day seminar, including Lunch time meal, plus 2 coffee breaks. Reverend ID card, Health minister ID card, booklets, workbooks, all the video protocols to take home to review, authorization to open a Church chapter and more!!

You are required to arrange your own accommodation, see options with contact details below.

Teacher(s): Archbishop Jim Humble, Archbishop Mark Grenon, Bishop Jonathan Grenon and Bishop Joseph Grenon

Course description: All the Genesis II Church Sacramental Protocols found in the Course workbook as well as the History of the Genesis II Church and what it has been doing worldwide the past 4 yrs.

Approximate time schedule:
(Arrive 9.30am if you want tea/coffee before starting).

Friday 10am to 1pm: Making up powdered Sodium Chlorite into liquid 22.4% Sodium Chlorite – 100% Citric acid into 50% Citric acid solution – The use of natural Acids – Activation of Sodium chlorite releasing Chlorine Dioxide gas – Gassing of CD (Chlorine Dioxide) into H20 overnight method for CDS – preparing capsules, use of DMSO and more.

1 to 2: Lunch will be served
2 to 4: 1 to 1 hands on preparation of the above.
4 to 4.30: afternoon tea is served.
4.30 to 6: Lots of Questions and Answers please
6pm finish.

(Arrive 9.30am if you want tea/coffee before starting).
Saturday 10am to 12pm
: Repeating the preparation of Sodium chlorite/CA/CD/CDS and addressing attendees.

12 to 1: What are Protocols and which is the correct Protocol for which Dis-ease – this is powerful stuff, it took Jim and others years to develop!
1 to 2: Lunch is served.                                                                                                                     
2 to 3.30:
3.30 to 4.30
: Protocols                                                                                                                
4.30 to 5
: Afternoon tea is served                                                                                                    
5 to 6
: Q and A time.                                                                                                                       
: finish

(Arrive 9.30am if you want tea/coffee before starting).
Sunday 10am to 6pm
Preparing for the Exam. Exam time.

After lunch: Recapping work + hour with Rev Mark. 
You are required to arrange your own accommodation.
Accommodation options:

Ngatea Accommodation: (book early, as there are limited options in town).

Camper vans are welcome to stay in the Ngatea Water Gardens car park. There are on site toilets available for this option, but no showers.

There are two options for Accommodation in Ngatea itself, both on the main street within a 5 minute walk from the venue.

Ngatea Hotel: Has 5 x single rooms @ $40, 1 x double room @ $60,
Ph 07 867 7090

Thames Valley Motel: Has 5 units, each with 1 x double bed & 2 x single beds. Each unit is $130 per night.
Ph 07 867 7189  (prices as at July 2014).

About 15 minutes out of town is Miranda Holiday Park (next to Miranda Hot Pools), which has a range of accommodation options.
Ph 07 867 3205

Alternatively Thames or Paeroa (both about 20 minutes away), have a wide range of accommodation available. More details here;

Thames: http://www.thamesinfo.co.nz/Hotel

Paeroa: http://www.paeroa.org.nz/directory/accommodation