Nano-Aluminum, Glyphosate, and the Life Saving Work of Parasites
by John P. Thomas
Health Impact News
The bodies of Americans are saturated with very high levels of nano-aluminum. This provides ideal conditions for severe parasite infestation. These burdens are making us a country of chronically ill and cognitively impaired people.
This is part two of a series on nanotechnology and its effect on human health.
In the first article, I provided an overview of the safety concerns associated with manmade nanotechnology, and identified nano-aluminum as a serious threat to our health. The lack of safety studies on most forms of nanotechnology makes it hard to assess and rank the long-term risks posed by the thousands of nanosized ingredients that are being used in food, cosmetics, consumer products, and industry/military applications. However, evidence is pointing to nano-aluminum as being an extremely dangerous nanotechnology.
The sickest people have the highest levels of nano-aluminum and parasites in their bodies, and when they are helped to detox their aluminum and control their parasites, they begin to heal from chronic illness. The presence of nano-aluminum goes hand-in-hand with the presence of parasites. Let’s start examining this relationship by looking at nano-aluminum.
The presence of nano-aluminum in our bodies cannot be measured through conventional lab tests. It requires sophisticated electron microscopic examination of samples, which strangely is not available in the United States. A doctor can’t just order a nano-aluminum test to check your status, because U.S. labs aren’t able or aren’t permitted to do this test.
Please use this link to read the first article in this series:
The Source of Our Nano-Aluminum Exposure
As explained in the previous article, the primary source of our nano-aluminum contamination is the U.S. weather modification program. Mainstream media is encouraging us to believe that the spraying of nanoparticles of aluminum and other metals will retard global warming.
Evidence suggests that the spraying of nanoparticles in the upper atmosphere also creates a cloud of metal particles that is used by various military programs to reflect and direct high energy electromagnetic waves….