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2 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

I posted this back on the 26th July but, due to the size of this thread and topic, it is probably difficult to find

 

Yep. 

Mega thread indeed. 

The pineal gland is said to be damaged by fluoride and other such stuff and now this.. 

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6 hours ago, zarkov said:

 

@Mr H

I would add that our standard western diet is sorely lacking in alkilinity.

The body does self regulate so long as you have access to suitable  precursors that are available through good nutrition. Generally the pancreas creates bicarbonates to neutralise hcl after digetion but also supplies  the kidneys with bicarbonates to help regulate blood ph level - so  long as easily useable carbonates are present in the foods you ingest you will have a plentiful supply of carbonates. 

The blood maintains a very stable narrow range of ph most of the time and if it moves outside of that range then poor health or worse ensues.

Meats tend to be acid forming whereas fruit and vegetables tend towards alkaline.

When the body becomes acidic through poor diet it will steal from parts of the body to balance ph. For example it will migrate carbonates from bone  which is a last resort which then in turn might cause other problems.

The real problem is the soil - esp industrially farmed soil. They only add NKP and CaCo3 to fertilise the soil in the form of harsh chemical salts. These tend to disrupt the organic life in the soil then the crops are sprayed with copious amounts of pesticides. The whole farming environment is now getting toxic  apart from organic growers and even they still use approved pesticides but not routinely!

The best food you can eat is what you can grow yourself.

I read some articles many years ago that showed tests on modern day foods compared to foods grown 60 -70 yrs ago and the difference in mineral content is now orders of magnitude less. I.E. to get the same nutrition from oranges today compared to one 60 years ago you would have to consume 10. Similar story with veg.

We're now low in Mg, Cu, Zn, Se, S, I,  among others and most people supplement the wrong things. Multi vits are useless and cause more problems than they solve.

Doctors know next to nothing about nutrition generally so its up to individuals to learn as much as they can.

Poor health is related to the environment - the soil, water and air. 

Thats why there is such a health crisis atm - obesity, heart disease, diabetes, cancer, osteoporosis, dementia and so forth - all conditions of poor and contaminated soil, undrinkable water and poor quality air esp in the built environment. (not mentioning the overuse of chemicals or increased  levels of radiation  were subjected to)

 

As health in a population declines - its easy for gov and other authorities to use their science propaganda to divert attention from the underlying causes of disease and  redirect it towards boogeymen like invisible viruses.

 

The health scares and all other scares exist because people have no faith in their own sensibilities. Everyone is capable of learning whatever they need to in reality but our independance has been slowly stripped away over generations.

 

There are many good sources re: health, nutrition and any other subject. The more you read, the more you can correctly discriminate between poor and useful information. Soak it all up - let it settle in and it will all fall into place.

 

 

 

Great post @zarkov and really wish that there was a reason to be optimistic but, alas, both the food and agri chemical industries are so powerful.  I keep dithering about taking iodine via a salt pipe but it's not necessarily straight-forward.

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Wearing a mask is compulsory on Wednesdays and Saturdays in Bergerac

 

Following the prefectural decree of Friday August 14, 2020 n ° 24-2020-08-14-003, wearing a mask will be compulsory for anyone 11 years of age or over on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the heart of the City of Bergerac (perimeter below). This measure is in progress until Saturday 5 September inclusive. If the mask is not worn in this area on the dates and times indicated, a fine of 135 euros is set in the prefectural decree.

 

https://www.bergerac.fr/port-du-masque-obligatoire-les-mercredis-et-samedis-a-bergerac/

 

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19 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

 

Wearing a mask is compulsory on Wednesdays and Saturdays in Bergerac

 

Following the prefectural decree of Friday August 14, 2020 n ° 24-2020-08-14-003, wearing a mask will be compulsory for anyone 11 years of age or over on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the heart of the City of Bergerac (perimeter below). This measure is in progress until Saturday 5 September inclusive. If the mask is not worn in this area on the dates and times indicated, a fine of 135 euros is set in the prefectural decree.

 

https://www.bergerac.fr/port-du-masque-obligatoire-les-mercredis-et-samedis-a-bergerac/

 

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Wow, that's better than Scotland's night time masks

 

 

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18 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

 

Wearing a mask is compulsory on Wednesdays and Saturdays in Bergerac

 

Following the prefectural decree of Friday August 14, 2020 n ° 24-2020-08-14-003, wearing a mask will be compulsory for anyone 11 years of age or over on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the heart of the City of Bergerac (perimeter below). This measure is in progress until Saturday 5 September inclusive. If the mask is not worn in this area on the dates and times indicated, a fine of 135 euros is set in the prefectural decree.

 

https://www.bergerac.fr/port-du-masque-obligatoire-les-mercredis-et-samedis-a-bergerac/

 

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images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSgY_3GlaI3JaVxsmM_LT8

 

 

 

Lol, are people immune on Monday's Tuesday's Thursday's and Sunday's. The worlds gone mad, ridiculous. 

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12 hours ago, CyprusAvenue said:

 

 

Great post @zarkov and really wish that there was a reason to be optimistic but, alas, both the food and agri chemical industries are so powerful.  I keep dithering about taking iodine via a salt pipe but it's not necessarily straight-forward.

Completely agree.

About a decade ago I started to take lugols iodine, various methods, pulsing etc. slow at first 1 drop every other day. Slowly worked up to around 6 drops per day and noticed the tingling and increase in energy. It felt that my thyroid was coming back to life.

I sometimes make my own but have run out lately and just use potassium iodide crystals dissloved in distilled water which keeps me chipper 🙂

The amounts that you can get from supplements are basically inadequate. The japanese consume up to 12mg/day in their diet from various sources.

Natural is always best and to avoid goitre you should make sure that you get co factors; selenium and magnesium.

organic  brazils are good for selenium and also contain boiavailable bromine which is an esential trace in the right form. For mag - avoid citrate and oxide if you supplement.

If you can find Morley Robbins (magnesium man) on the internet - he talks quite factually about supplements for health (very informative). Dr Brownstien iirc has info about iodine, the various types, how much, why and the benefits.

One of the surprising facts about magnesium was that it was assumed for decades that it was part of around 350 processes in the body. Morley Robbins with others collated what became a kind of meta study with info from various peer reviewed sources including pubmed and concluded that there are over 3300 binding sites in the human body for Mg !

 

It also regulates & balances calcium absorbtion, indirectly iron absorbtion, important for ATP production and the formation of ceruloplasmin and use (im a bit rusty on all this 😉 ) It is possibly the most important mineral we can take for health. Malate, Choride (mag oil -get flakes and add distilled water & spray - much cheaper!) and glycinate are the better versions of magnesium supplementation and interestingly its one of the only minerals that can be directly absorbed efficiently in mineral form (apart from oxide) which indicates its importance to the human body and its past prevalence in our diets. Mag sulphate is also pretty good but cellotape your arse if you take a lot 🙂 it great in the bath though and you get the benefit of both Mg and S.

Borax salts protect against radiation too - some converts to boric acid in small anounts which is another essential trace mineral. Sodium tetraborate is used widely in soaps and consmetics and is an insecticide, fungicide, bacteriacide - anti candida too with an LD50 thats less than table salt. It was demonised by the medical fraternity several decades ago but I personally have been taking small amounts for around 20 yrs as has my family for over 10 yrs. hundreds of tons were dumped around chernobyl reactors to help absorb the radiation - The drivers who died did not have to if they had supplemented with that and iodine according to charles walters (acres USA) "minerals for the genetic code".  Ted from bankok (a pharmacist) also wrote widely about these minerals but cant find his site lately. It might be an intresting supplemental salt to consider in relation to EM contamination on the horizon! Also helps to flush out and neuetralise flourine! and tamarind is also very effective for this - iodine then becomes essential !

 

The reason I harp on about minerals is that they are the building blocks of health and life - everything hangs off the mineral structure of form. There is no health without minerals.

 

Looking at how decrepid the elderly have become in recent decades compared to the vibrancy of my grandparents, the disgusting slaughter (death pathway - morphine analogues) of the elderly in care homes would not have been possible with those previous generations to this present extent. 

 

Again I would stress that although it might not seem obvious at first, it seems that the gradual erosion of our collective health has been a predetermined effort by the globalists (UN's Codex Alimentarius) to bring about this gargantuan psychological operation on us all.

 

 

 

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I may have posted it on here I can't remember but I'll do so again. 

 

Gates isn't smart or a good business man he's a corrupted soul from a chosen family (his father was close to Rockerfeller and mother also has a "background"). He's been put in place to do a job a lowly "servant" believe it or not. 

 

I don't have the time presently but look up the history of the Bain Group and how "involved" they are with Gates and his foundation. The Bain group is a CIA organisation who control and "handle" Gates for the cabal. 

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On 8/14/2020 at 9:12 PM, Yasmina said:

The vapers all died? I used to vape, and if I'm honest it was a lot worse on my lungs than when I used to smoke cigarettes and wayyyy more addictive. Thankfully now I don't smoke either. 

Yasmina, maybe a lot of them did....

 

I had typed up this story but deleted before I made that post. A friend of mine's son who is eighteen has been vaping for a few years and back in December my friend got a phone call one day from the mother (they are divorced) saying that his son (who resides in another state) was in emitted to the hospital for respiratory issues. Turns out after examination the doctor claimed that my friend's son's lungs were crystalized and looked to be the developmental stage comparable to a six years olds.

 

I never got enough information from my friend and it was sensitive topic so I did not ask what flavors his son was vaping. He was so angry he was plotting to murder the CEO of JUUL because apparently that's mostly what his son was vaping. Him, a former US army with a huge gun collection, I warned that wouldn't be smart to do and he finally calmed down a few days later.

 

I'm happy for you that you kicked the vaping and smoking habits, nice job. 👏 :classic_cool:

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On 8/14/2020 at 9:42 AM, Illmatic said:

 

He's probably a very smart businessman in a way, in terms of choosing the most profitable strategies for Microsoft, his vaccine interests etc, but social smarts and charisma he definitely doesn't have. You'd think they've have chosen someone a little bit better. 

 

He's been placed or been allowed to excel. Please dont think his achievements are off his own back. Same as musk, Zuckerberg, Bezos et al.

 

It's all one grand theatre production.

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On 8/14/2020 at 5:42 AM, Illmatic said:

 

He's probably a very smart businessman in a way, in terms of choosing the most profitable strategies for Microsoft, his vaccine interests etc, but social smarts and charisma he definitely doesn't have. You'd think they've have chosen someone a little bit better. 

He couldn't solve the virus problems with Microsoft and now we're putting our faith in him to solve this "deadly virus"? 

He can shove that vaccine where the sun don't shine. 

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