Study: can toxic aluminum be removed from the body by drinking water containing silicon?

Study: Can toxic aluminum be removed from the body by drinking water containing silicon?

by Jon Rappoport

November 29, 2017

(For Part-1, click here.)

I’m not recommending a treatment for aluminum here. I’m reporting on a very interesting preliminary study.

First of all, there is widespread agreement that aluminum is a neurotoxin. Whether it enters the body through vaccination, environmental pollution, geoengineering, or any other route, it can pass through the blood-brain barrier and wreak havoc.

The study I’m quoting is, “Silicon-rich mineral water as a non-invasive test of the ‘aluminum hypothesis’ in Alzheimer’s disease.” (The citation is J Alzheimers Dis. 2013;33(2):423-30. doi: 10.3233/JAD-2012-121231. PMID 22976072)

Here is the abstract. I’ve highlighted key passages in caps:

“THERE HAS BEEN A PLAUSIBLE LINK BETWEEN HUMAN EXPOSURE TO ALUMINUM AND ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE FOR SEVERAL DECADES. We contend that the only direct and ethically acceptable experimental test of the ‘aluminum hypothesis’, which would provide unequivocal data specific to the link, is to test the null hypothesis that a reduction in the body burden of aluminum to its lowest practical limit would have no influence upon the incidence, progression, or severity of Alzheimer’s disease. Herein we are testing the hypothesis that silicon-rich mineral waters can be used as non-invasive methods to reduce the body burden of aluminum in individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and a control group consisting of their carers and partners. WE HAVE SHOWN THAT DRINKING UP TO 1 L [LITER] OF A SILICON-RICH WATER EACH DAY FOR 12 WEEKS FACILITATED THE REMOVAL OF ALUMINUM via the urine in both patient and control groups without any concomitant affect upon the urinary excretion of the essential metals, iron and copper. WE HAVE PROVIDED PRELIMINARY EVIDENCE THAT OVER 12 WEEKS OF SILICON-RICH MINERAL WATER THERAPY THE BODY BURDEN OF ALUMINUM FELL IN INDIVIDUALS WITH ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AND, CONCOMITANTLY, COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE SHOWED CLINICALLY RELEVANT IMPROVEMENTS IN AT LEAST 3 OUT OF 15 INDIVIDUALS. This is a first step in a much needed rigorous test of the ‘aluminum hypothesis of Alzheimer’s disease’ and a longer term study involving many more individuals is now warranted.”

The reduction of aluminum in the body, plus improved cognitive ability in several patients in this small group, is a promising start.

Obviously, the cost is very low, because we’re talking about water.

If this study had used a drug, you would have read about it in the mainstream press. The drug company would have trumpeted the results as a potential breakthrough.

But pharmaceutical companies, and their medical and press and government allies, put up barriers against all natural solutions…

An historical example—Consider Pellagra. In the first half of the 20th century, in the US, there were three million cases. 100,000 people died. Researchers at health agencies insisted there had to be germ at the bottom of it. They looked and looked and looked.

Meanwhile, other researchers found out Pellagra was mainly a deficiency of niacin. They were pushed into the background. “A bunch of whackos. Pay no attention to them.”

Finally, after 100,000 deaths, most of which were unnecessary, the “experts” grudgingly admitted, “Yes, it’s niacin.”


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64 comments on “Study: can toxic aluminum be removed from the body by drinking water containing silicon?

  1. Greg C. says:

    Love it, Jon. The best medicine is simple. Nature and life have built-in avenues of restoration – we just need to operate on that assumption.

    Instead of getting flu vaccines, we should be taking lots of Vitamin D in the winter. Actually not a vitamin but a hormone, our bodies have built-in receptors for it throughout, and naturally convert sunshine to it. Without sunshine or vitamin D, our immune system, bone repair activity, and overall energy drop to conserve energy for the winter months.

    So to avoid the flu, supplement vitamin D3 as sunlight diminishes. You’ll need up to 30,000 units to replace what you get from an hour or two in the summer sun. Works for me – no colds or flu for the last 5 years, since I started doing this. (Research any possible effects on other health conditions first, since it does effect blood calcium levels.)

    • Marie says:

      The D3 has to be food based, not made in a lab. For example, a teaspoonful of cod-liver oil (also comes in gel caps) is all you need daily. Egg yolks are another of many good options. Pharma grade D3 has been known to kill rats.

      • Greg C. says:

        I haven’t heard of any people dropping dead from taking D3 capsules, and I don’t know why they should. I haven’t seen any evidence or experienced any problems that would back up your claim.

        • Michael burns says:

          I agree with you Greg…I take liquid VD3 in massive doses in the winter. I have read that if the tablet can’t be crushed between your fingers, it’s useless. I read that for all vitamins.
          What I understand about VD3 is if you don’t need it your body will store everywhere it can, and there is a blood optimum levels. But i never heard of anyone dying from an overdose. I take sometimes 4-5000 units

          • Greg C. says:

            Back in the 1920’s, when they discovered vitamin D, they actually sold beer that had been fortified (irradiated) to add vitamin D. That’s one easy way to synthesize it (D2, which is then converted by the body into D3). Irradiation, just as the sun irradiates your skin to ultimately generate D3. They discovered this by irradiating the cages of mice and observing the improved health. I don’t know what frequency range they used for the radiation, whether it was just high-frequency light, infrared, but certainly not nuclear.

            I take at least 20,000 units about 6 months out of the year, just those cheap little liquid capsules. I’ve taken up to 60,000 with no ill effects. Back in the 20’s they used to sell vitamin D by the milligram, and they would give pregnant women the equivalent of hundreds of thousands of units. From my research, the only ill effects that ever happen are from an imbalance of vitamin K to deal with the calcium released into the bloodstream.

        • Winston Smith says:

          Marie is correct: Vitamin D had previously been used as a rodenticide. obtain your vitamin D from either sunlight or food based sources

          • Michael burns says:

            @winston
            Too funny… you were being funny…right?

            I had a friend, brilliant fellow, had a mind like a steel trap, could out think you to the enth degree; he had three PHD’s. A life long scholar.

            But he claimed one day in conversation we were having; I was slurping on the remains of drink and crunching down the last of the ice-cubes. We had lunch together, and were tying up loose ends in an art discussion.

            Curiously I was watching him watching me doing this crunching. I’d crunch away, and I could see he was quelling a irritation about me doing that; he was twitchy, and everytime I crunched, I could feel his discomfort. Like I was chewing glass.
            I was enjoying it immensely, as he was beating the crap out of me intellectually in the art conversation. I enjoyed it for a while, cause I’m a dark bastard and it was distarcting him.
            Finally I said, “Is my crunching bothering you, I will stop if it is…”

            He said the most astounding thing, he said, ” You know michael, eating ice gives you worms.”
            I said “What? da…”
            He said “It true, crunching ice like that will give give you worms, my mother told me that when I was a child, I thought everybody knew that…”. Needless to say, it took us off in a new direction of conversation.
            My point is…

            People carry around the strangest habits, and the strangest ideas. And pay far too much attention to wikipedia for their facts.
            Wikipedia is sort of a cole notes version of things, a lot of it is bullshit, peppered with truth.
            And everyso often someone throws a joke in, just to see who bites. Or plants a seed of an idea.
            Wikipedia is written by idiots with heads chock full for of useless trivia.

            Dogs can’t eat chocolate, it’s not good for them. But humans love the shit, it’s actually good for you; I mean real chocolate, not soy lecithin.

            Now there is a reason why D3 would be reported as toxic, or why the potential for a meme would be placed in wikipedia.

            It because D3 is a master hormone, probably the most important hormone in your body, it regulates so many systems. And it is potent in a powerful immunity.
            There is a world wide deficit in humans for Vitamin D. With SRM (solar radiation Management) depleting sunlight and artificial winter cover here in the north.

            Winter people, people who live further North, away from the equator suffer a greater deficiency. So…it is necessary to take it in large amounts.

            Vitamin D is Cholercalciferol it is manufactured using ultraviolet light, which is exactly what you do. Now you can go to a tanning salon and hop under the light if you wish and if you can afford it. But the cheaper version is Cholercalciferol…made from lanolin.

            • Greg C. says:

              Right you are Michael, I immediately thought of dogs and chocolate too. Thanks for a very informative and well-reasoned response. For a while, I took cod liver oil, but the amount of D3 you get from a dose is just 400 units – miniscule, and not helpful to anyone who is deficient in D3. If you are deficient, you would need to drink half the bottle to do any good.Or eat 3 or 4 dozen eggs a day.

        • Marie says:

          Rats, not people. Go to thepeopleschemist.com. He’s a medicinal chemist. You’ll find the backup. Here’s an analogy that might be useful. Flouride is a neurotoxin found in toothpaste. Read the warning: Keep out of reach of children. If more than used for brushing is accidentally swallowed, get medical help or contact poison control center right away. You don’t ever hear of anyone suddenly dropping dead from an o.d. of toothpaste, but who knows what the cumulative effect is. Hope this explains my opinion based on information available out there.

          • Greg C. says:

            I understand your point, but also your assumption that manufactured D3 is deadly to rats in the same way that fluoride is. You can poison a dog with chocolate, did you know that? Should we stop eating chocolate? Of course not.

      • bdoyen says:

        Also, pharma-grade interferes with the absorption of certain minerals, according to my doctor. Beware.

        • Michael burns says:

          You talk to your doctor…I don’t have a doctor. Never have…I’m my doctor. I would never talk to doctor about such things. Beware!

          A doctor and his wife were having a big argument at breakfast.
          “You aren’t so good in bed either!” he shouted and stormed off to work.
          By midmorning, he decided he’d better make amends and phoned home. After many rings, his wife picked up the phone.
          “What took you so long to answer?”
          “I was in bed.”
          “What were you doing in bed this late?”
          “Getting a second opinion.”

  2. paschnn1 says:

    “Finally, after 100,000 deaths, most of which were unnecessary, the “experts” grudgingly admitted, “Yes, it’s niacin.”

    What the Bolsheviks did in Russia screams out why things are the way they think

    Ahh, What’s a few million Goy compared to a healthy bottom line?;

    I can count the number of real-live journalists whom I TRUST on one hand. You’re one of them.
    Don’t take what I state as signs of “worship” or fealty. It’s just a simple way of saying thank you for your integrity. A very rare commodity these days.

  3. Michael Leger says:

    Fascinating study, thank you for sharing.

  4. Mike Ash says:

    Hopefully this will get to someone there because this info is useful. Most cognitive disease is caused by metallic toxification of the pineal gland. The best solution of this to date is natural fresh chlorophyll. 4 ounces of freshly juiced green leaf vegetables such as collard greens chard or spinach combined with a 3/4 inch piece of ginger and the same of fresh turmeric and half a lemon peel and all through the juicer and 1/2 tea spoon of Himalayan pink salt will not only rid the body of all metals and toxins but also rebuild the bodies immune system and augment the bodies natural virus killing protein called GcMAF. GcMAF destroys all viral disease and regulates all aspects of the immune system. it totally jump starts the human metabolism and is the weight loss tonic of all times. For the actual process of what chlorophyll does in the human body I suggest you read everything Dr. Russell Blaylock ever wrote as well as study the Reems diet for recovering and maintaining all aspects of health. The above veggie drink done every morning which takes about 5 min a day to make and is the aluminum buster of all times as well as mercury lead and any other toxic substance as well as immune system rebuilder. Costs about a buck a day. it also reduces the bodies acid level and prevents things lice CANCER as viral disease cannot exist in a high oxygen or alkaline environment. Also as a note ANYONE who has been given vaccines can clear the body of their toxic effects by drinking this little juice drink every day. Jon I hope you see this! A little veggie juice goes a long way!

    • Marie says:

      Leafy greens will not chelate the pineal gland unless they absorb boron from the soil. Boron is not alway available in soil (for example, Jamaica). I use 1/8th of a teaspoon of Borax (yes, the laundry stuff) in a pint of water and drink throughout the day. Cheap, effective and no taste whatsoever. This method was discovered by an Australian botonist who cured his arthritis by adding boron to soil. Needless to say, Australian big pharma put an end to the use of boron which the botanist used to help scads of people. Also make sure your greens are not grown in soil contaminated by heavy metals. In the South, arsenic was used as a pesticide on cotton plants. Rice is now grown in a lot of this soil. It’s a jungle out there.

  5. Karl Moore says:

    That aluminum is a human toxin has been known for at least a century. My grandfather, Harold Stevens, a noted scientist in his day, allowed no aluminum cooking utensils in his home.

  6. Michael burns says:

    “Silica ingested orally is essentially nontoxic, with an LD50 of 5000 mg/kg (5 g/kg).[16] A 2008 study following subjects for 15 years found that higher levels of silica in water appeared to decrease the risk of dementia. An increase of 10 milligram-per-day of silica in drinking water was associated with a decreased risk of dementia of 11%.” -Wikipedia

    Horsetail (Equisetum) a common herb, can be dried and made into a tea, it is very high is silica…even wikipedia agrees lol.

    Now be careful, Horsetail is a diuretic, so, DRINK LOTS OF WATER WHEN YOU TAKE IT. Don’t just drink the tea, drink water throughout the day after taking the tea…

    Disclaimer: Water is poisonous and one can become extremely intoxicated…WARNING…do not drink over 15 gallons a day…oh yeah it has flouride in it too…and protozoa. LOL

    “Extracts and other preparations of E. arvense have served as herbal remedies, with records dating to ancient Greek and Roman medical sources.[21] Reliable modern alternative medicine sources include cautions[specify] with regard to its use.[21] In 2009, the European Food Safety Authority issued a report assessing some specific health claims for E. arvense—e.g., for invigoration, weight control, and skin, hair, and bone health—concluding that none could be substantiated.[26] There is currently insufficient scientific evidence to draw conclusions regarding its effectiveness as a medicine for any human conditions described.[21] Even so, E. giganteum preparations are widely used in South America as an orally administered diuretic to reduce swelling caused by excess fluid retention and for urinary infections, bladder and kidney disorders[citation needed]. Horsetail preparations contain silicon, so they are sometimes suggested as a treatment for osteoporosis (brittle bone disorders).” -Wikipedia

    • Michael burns says:

      Post script:
      Interesting to note; I thought about this after I made my above comment…we were talking about flouride the other day in the form of HFA Hexafluorosilicic acid. 

      Well, if one is ingesting Aluminum through food, or breathing Aluminum in…that metal stays in your body and accumulates.

      Now Hexafluorosilicic acid (HFA) is the toxin that is placed in public water to flouridate it.
      What is interesting is, that when HFA reacts within you body with Aluminum, it creates a new substance call Aluminium Fluoride (AF)

      Now AF has been linked seriously to Astma, and definately to bone Fluorsis, brittle bones osteopourosis amongst other illnesses.

      This synthesis is created in industry in production fo aluminum. It lower the meltpoint of Aluminum.

      Strange how we eat store bought pies on Aluminum pie plates; aluminum foil on the Turkey in the oven at christmas. Ever notice that the seals on containers of headache pills and jams and spreads are aluminum; an aluminum seal on the new can of coffee.

      Do you think it is on purpose? Nah they wouldn’t do that would they…

      • honestliberty says:

        Hey Michael, I’ve been watching your posts regarding health and wellness. It appears you know a shit ton or at the very least have significant resources upon which you draw.

        I’m in need of a serious health overhaul because I haven’t been taking care of myself properly. Do you have any suggestions of where I can formulate a nutrient dense program for daily intake?
        I’m assuming I’m going to have to go scowl the web and try to figure out dosage for all of these different nutrients I need.

        • Michael burns says:

          You might try sprouts and micro-greens, to begin with; my wife is the management for an organic seed company here in Saskatchewan; I’ll get her to give me some exact info on the process.

          They sell abouts eighty different types of seed that can be used to grow great healthy nutritious foods.Seeds are potent and when sprouted, can supply a inexpensive source of densely nutritious living food.

          One of my favorites is called “Crunchy bean mix” takes about three days to grow, in a tall glass jar with a screen on top to sprout. Submerge and soak the portion of seeds (usually 2-6 tbsp) in the glass jar for 4-6hrs, drain tip upside down in a saucer at angle. Rinse and repeat twice a day for three days and the seeds start to sprout tap roots; they come alive. Put them in fridge and they will continue to grow at a slower rate.
          The mix is mung beans,two types of lentils (red and grey), peas, and chick peas (garbonzo beans).

          When your ready to eat them…

          Take a couple ripe fresh tomatoes, a fresh onion, and mushrooms and cut to the size you like to eat, put in a glass bowl (no plastice), add a healthy portion of your sprouted seeds, a couple of chopped dates, some cubed cheese, and a tbsp of hulled hemp seed if you like; drizzle a little high quality extra virgin olive oil over that, drizzle a little high quality balsamic vinegar as well, lightly salt with genuine sea salt ( it has minerals in it) a bit of pepper and what ever fresh herbs you like to eat, mix and serve…as soon as it hits your stomach you will feel your body come to life in a different way. Living food is nore that just nutrients. It has life in it…mojo..magic lol

          I use crunchy bean mix; in tuna with mayonaise on a good bread; or four scrambled eggs in a pan and handfull of crunchy bean mix mix in just when the eggs are done.

          You can put it in anything…hell sometimes while surfing the net, I take handfuls of the mix in my hand and pick a way at it.

          Chick peas are portent source of protein, lentils and mung bean are potent in micro-nutrients and rare vitamins, peas are a good source of what you need.

          Heres a link, educate yourself…

          Micro-greens are grown on a cocunut fiber mat, they longer, usually about ten days…you are eating the whole living plant immediately after picking.

          http://sprouting.com

          • Michael burns says:

            Post script:
            All those eighty some odd types of seeds that Mumm’s carry have different nutritonal values. They all have their own unique vitamins, minerals, nutrients…living food like this is medicine, honest.

            Basil seeds sprouted will do one thing while radish seeds will do another…
            if you look on the website, each of the seed types has a nutrient value breakdown after sprouted.
            One should’nt have to take vitamins in a bottle.

            For instance calcium can be gained from fresh farm eggs; scramble, poach or fry the eggs up but save the shell, especially brown ones. Wash them, now put them in the oven for about two minutes at 200 F. That will take care of the membrane lining the inside of the shell, now grind them up in mortar and pistil or one of those high quality coffee grinder, and voila your powdered, cheleated calcium. Mix a half or quarter tsp in cocunut milk or regular milk.
            Calcium by rights should be taken with magnesium, they work better in tandum.
            The calcium has passed through the chickens body, whereas vitamin in a bottle can be mined. Chelation through a living organism take out impurties like heavy metals.

          • honestliberty says:

            Right on, thanks. It’s high time I take better care of myself.

            What’s your take on Himalayan pink salt, unrefined in lieu of sea salt. Costco rocks the good stuff every now and then and they have heavy coarse pink salt.
            Also, I’ve read an article about the olive oil being legit but my buddy who has been to Italy claims it’s not even close. I’ve been trying to validate the story and Costco’s PR language:

            https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.oliveoiltimes.com/olive-oil-business/north-america/costco-switches-back-italian-private-label/52656/amp

            https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=http://olivecenter.ucdavis.edu/research/files/report041211finalreduced.pdf&ved=0ahUKEwjSzp-ygefXAhXL5SYKHXUYBg0QFgglMAA&usg=AOvVaw1JntyE70Copg06bxkWOpHq

            • bdoyen says:

              Check out Real Salt from Utah.

            • honestliberty says:

              I’ve tried some of that before, pretty similar that I noticed to himalayan.

            • Michael burns says:

              Himalayan pink salt…kinda faggy isn’t it…thought you were a cowboy lol

              No I guess it’s better than table salt. Himalayan..must be good eh. My wife has a Himalayan pink salt lamp, she claims it traps odors and bad spirits. And something about negative ions. She’s hilarious…

              Personally I look for darker salts, even black salts. At present I am using a puffy french grey sea salt called Maison Orphée. It’s flaked and has a could flavour.

            • honestliberty says:

              faggy! ha!
              I don’t do the lamp thing but my understanding is that it is very nutrient dense. Yes, I put it in my baths with lavender and eucalyptus.

              In a life before my son I was a cowboy, but I’ve been forced to relegate myself to a weekend warrior now so that I can provide for my child and stay in his life.

              It’s killing me but I love him so much that I could never abandon him

        • bdoyen says:

          Good for you for recognizing a problem and wanting to solve it naturally. It is very important for you to get a knowledgeable doctor to advise you who knows how to tailor your nutrients to your specific body. Not just any naturopath or natural MD can do this. Where are you located?

          • honestliberty says:

            Arvada Colorado.
            I’ve searched. I can’t find anyone in network who is even anti vaccination. They aren’t real doctor’s. They are sickness insurance agents.

            • bdoyen says:

              I don’t know what to suggest we do, but if we could be in contact privately, I may have a solution for you. I am not on social media at all.

            • honestliberty says:

              you may contact me through my wordpress portal. I have to vet strangers or those I’ve barely interacted because I’ve said so much on this site that could be used against me in court should the mother of my son discover it, that I just can’t take that chance

    • Marie says:

      Diatomaseous earth (food grade, not the stuff you dump in your pool filter) is loaded with silica and many people use a tablespoon in water daily (me, too). It supports bone, ligaments, connective tissue, joints, remineralizes teeth as long as you don’t use fluoride, kills gram negative baddies in the intestine, great for skin, hair, nails, kills fleas on your animals … there’s more but I’m running out of steam so you’ll have to look it up. I use Lumino brand but there are many others.

  7. Rastafari says:

    cannabis resin extract also reverses alzheimers.

    this research was conducted in israel where they got the patents for most cannabis medicines. the actual research is buried but the patents tell the mechanism of action and expected results. while they were busy locking up people who use the cannabis plant, in the background they were busy beavers researching and getting patents on the medicines. very clever plan.

  8. Rastafari says:

    silicon is also what causes skin to be soft and pliable. skin is largest excretory organ, so when skin does not have silicon, it will not excrete toxins as well. also, dr. andrew moulden (deceased) discovered that mini-strokes were causing autism (alzheimers, etc), caused due to clogged capillaries. red blood cells cannot get into the capillaries which are feeding the skin. it all makes sense in the context of silicon.

  9. Angela Robey says:

    Who sells a healthy version of silicon rich mineral water?

  10. Lara Folmer says:

    We need new experts. So tired of hearing that someone is “well respected” so their research results are listened to.

    • bdoyen says:

      “Well-respected” implies belief, and becomes religion, not science. Instead, we need facts that are clearly seperated from theories, not theories presented as facts.

      Listen to the experts, then go beyond them because once they attain “expert” status, they will be defending their turf, instead of being ready to dump theories that are found to be not valid.

      Claude Bernard said it best: “When one is confronted with a fact which is in direct opposition with a prevalent theory, one must accept the fact and abandon the theory, even though the latter, supported by great men, may be generally subscribed to.”

      In all walks of life, we need people who can think for themselves. Instead, we are being pressured to conform.

      “Every politician, every member of the clerical profession, ought to incur the reasonable suspicion of being an interested supporter of false doctrines, who becomes angry at opposition, and endeavors to cast an odium on free inquiry. Fraud and falsehood only dread examination. Truth invites it.” — Thomas Cooper – (1759-1839)

  11. Larry says:

    Lord save us from The Experts.

  12. I’m more inclined to take the herbal route, Jon.

    In this instance, rather than cannabis oil, I would adopt a strong regime of chopped coriander leaves intake. At least one bowl of soup per day.

    What intrigues me about your article is your choice of “silicon” mineral waters.

    In “alternative” circles where matters of a paranormal nature are regularly prevalent, there has been some focus on a “supposed” ascension of man for some years now. There is more to this than mere superstition.

    At the correct time, percentages of the human populations will “realign”. The realignment will be painless and perceptively insignificant. Prospects for the future will be glorious. Where there were once carbon beings, silicon atoms will reign.

    Best
    OT

    • honestliberty says:

      So you also buy I this transhumanist garbage as well? It’s all making sense Ozzie.
      Get off the drugs and align yourself with natural law. Your right brain dominance is paralyzing your spirit. We’re material and immaterial beings. Accept it. Stop living in fantasy where it’s acceptable to violate children for your own psycho sexual pleasures

      • Learn to read, imbecile and I’ll a dignify you with a reply. As for your idolisation of “shifting” pharisaic doctrine (which, by the way, is YOUR insanity, not mine), in a “decent” world you would be “committed”. Relish the parasitic reptilian “world view”. It suits you.

        • honestliberty says:

          Hahahaha, right. Got it. Empty remarks bud. Keep on that trip…. It’s pretty good it appears

        • honestliberty says:

          Obviously I know how to read, the issue is that you think you are so Grand in your superfluous vomit, and you’re clearly pro pedophile. Your words are saturated in it but you attempt obfuscate that reality with word play. We get it, we’re on to you. I find people who are into that disgusting, and therefore until you answer my questions about your personal preference in that regard, I’m left to attack you for being a closeted pedophile (after all, according to you it doesn’t seem to exist, or those who are disgusted about the foul abuses worldwide are unjustified according to your terms).
          So come up with a more accurate ad hominem because this one missed wide left

        • honestliberty says:

          Actually, I’ll bite:
          Please explain what you mean by the sentence “in a ‘decent’ world you would be ‘committed’.”

          I’m interested to dive into what that means to you.

          • I have met many people of your “type” that like to call themselves libertarians. All, without exception, have been guided by “political correctness” with excruciating zeal. Everything is “black and white” [to you]. To those of your mindset, if the Gestapo happened to have worn jack boots, all positive discussions regards clothing of that nature identifies grandiose NAZI conspiracy.

            You and your ilk profess profane branded tyrannies as the “divine truth” and only “conscionable” systems for organised society. You preach liberty, but practice “Law and Order”. You leverage the spiteful spineless parasitic nature of voiceless masses that constitute man.

            Your problem is “the other” is neither insane nor incompetent. In fact, the reverse is so. Therefore, you have but one choice for your utopian hell on Earth – Armageddon!!!!!!!

            Be aware you are everything Zionism and its quest for “absolute authority” stands for, is and will always be. You are the perfect “useful idiot”.

            • honestliberty says:

              First, I’m against all forms of authority external from the individual, because they are illegitimate. That right there eliminates libertarianism. 0 for 1 Ozzie.

              Coming from the man telling me to “learn how to read” I find this ironic, that you haven’t read a single post of move, otherwise you would know better than to claim I am politically correct. 0 for 2 Ozman.

              What do I proclaim as profane branded tyrannies that are truths, divisible in terms only of black and white?
              That theft is always wrong, regardless of justification? Check.
              That this universal truth is knowable? Check.
              That moral relativism is the greatest threat to the individual and our species? Check
              That those individuals such as yourself cling tightly to moral relativism as truth, yet don’t recognize either the inconsistency or the significant damage that it causes? It’s chaos. That world view creates the spineless parasites you are avoiding me of being. 0 for 3 Ozzie tickles the kiddies.

              Utopia is impossible and that notion is a tool of the controllers. The left uses emotion to appeal to that hell, and the right fights it because they understand the implications of that “progress”. 0 for 4 you toddler touching faggot. How about that? Go put some panties on little children you sick fuck. You still haven’t denied that you are not attracted to adolescents. As I’ve said countless times, tell me that’s not true and I’ll apologize. But it’s clear you can’t because you are advocating for naambla with your word play. It doesn’t fool me buddy. I’m still waiting for you to answer my question.

              Zionism? Zionism is all about domination of every last individual spirit. The benefactors and torch bearers of that foul system want us all to be sucked into the amorphous blob of shit that is their collective. The real hell on Earth. Order through chaos. Bland uniformity. No Dynamics, especially not of the family. They encourage homosexuality because it plays into population reduction. (And I don’t have any reservations or issues with different lifestyles, but unfortunately they are truly the useful idiots right now because their little “victories” against Christians are laying the final foundation blocks of total supremest of the state. Can you not see this?
              They are the global elite who but and sell children for sex as slaves. That is exactly what they want, pedophilia. This is why the meme “fake news” was created, because the mainstream felt the heat of true journalism that began to expose their secrets. So as you attack me I think it’s funny because all I see is transference.

              How is someone who is fundamentally against authority systems, religion, government, corporations, military, police, etc.. How does that play into their hands? Jesus tap dancing Christ you live in fantasy. 0 for what…5 now?

              You strike me as a thirteen year old high school child that was told by is teacher Columbus was a great, honorable man and now your trying to tell me, a learned elder, all that horse shit propaganda. Or maybe a better analogy. Have you ever seen Mothman prophesies? The movie with Richard Gere… When flabbergasted about trying to explain communicating with the entities, a character remarked “have you ever tried explaining yourself to a cockroach?” That’s about right in the context of our communications.

              I think you’ve got some great insights, but I’m not tolerant of those who wade in the muddy waters of moral relativism, especially when it’s clear they are advocating for such actions as pedophilia… Again, unless I’m wrong about that and you’d care to clarify.

            • You rely on waffle and contradiction as basis. You bore me. Communication over FOREVER.

            • honestliberty says:

              ozzie. just so were clear. you are A CHILD. A LOSER. A DEAD SPIRIT. A WASTE OF SPERM.

              clear enough?

            • honestliberty says:

              “You rely on waffle and contradiction as basis. You bore me. Communication over FOREVER.”

              still haven’t refuted my claim you are a pedophile. It is simple. Just tell me I am wrong and explain why, or admit it.

              EVERYWHERE YOU POST ON THIS SITE I’M GOING TO CALL YOU A PEDOPHILE. EVERYTIME. Until you man up you fucking twat

  13. JOE ORELLA says:

    google video

    CIA DIRECTOR JOHN BRENNAN ADMITS CHEMTRAILS ARE TO KILL Old PEOPLE!!!!

  14. Harold Smith says:

    Aluminum and magnesium are chemically similar, and many people apparently get a sub-optimal amount of magnesium in their diet; and this situation might leave the door open for a toxic accumulation of aluminum.

    Thus one possible way to protect yourself from dietary and environmental aluminum exposure might be to take a magnesium supplement such as magnesium citrate.

    BTW speaking of silicon, you want to get it in a soluble/bioavailable form e.g. orthosilicic acid and NOT as “silica” (silicon dioxide). Beer for example is high in silicon (as orthosilicic acid) and beer consumption has been linked to lower risk of dementia.

    • IMNAHA says:

      Jarrow Formulas makes a liquid product called JarroSil available for purchase through Amazon,, Swansons, etc . Using 10 drops a day in NON fluoridated water is equivalent of drinking FIGI water. The formula also contains boron, MSM and zinc. This is a painless way of detoxing and is healthy for the body’s soft tissues. Jarrow makes a number of innovative products for human health.

      • Harold Smith says:

        You have to be very careful of the dosage when taking any supplement product containing zinc, especially if you’re prone to have kidney stones because supplemental zinc can and will cause kidney stones.

    • Michael burns says:

      How so…Aluminum is insoluble and magnesium is so absolutely soluble.

      Aluminum is a poison.

      Magnesium is vital to bone and cell development.

      How are they similar…from my point of view they cannot be confused in the body.
      The body knows the difference…

      One other thing silicon creates tetraflourides, and silicon water can be contaminated with heavy metals and flouride.

      One other point…

      Unless you are making your own beer with the natural fermentation; modern brand named beer is chemically and artificially fermented and aged.

      Modern beer is contaminated with aluminum. They put it in aluminum beer cans for christ sakes.

      • Harold Smith says:

        “How so…Aluminum is insoluble and magnesium is so absolutely soluble.”

        Obviously when we say “aluminum” or “magnesium” in the context of this discussion, we’re talking about ions, that is, exposure to soluble compounds containing aluminum or magnesium.

        “How are they similar…from my point of view they cannot be confused in the body.
        The body knows the difference…”

        So how does the body “know” which element is which? By chemical characteristics (atomic size and charge). Aluminum and magnesium are chemically similar enough that the aluminum could be a competitive inhibitor of magnesium, calcium and iron.

        There are a few studies which suggest that “high” or at least “adequate” dietary levels of magnesium can be protective against aluminum, e.g.:

        Magnesium. 1988;7(3):133-47.
        Dietary magnesium, manganese and boron affect the response of rats to high dietary aluminum.

        Nielsen FH1, Shuler TR, Zimmerman TJ, Uthus EO

        “[…] High dietary aluminum seemed most toxic when dietary magnesium was low enough to cause a marked growth depression (100 micrograms/g). High dietary aluminum elevated the spleen weight/body weight and liver weight/body weight ratios in magnesium-deficient, but not in magnesium-adequate rats. High dietary aluminum depressed the concentrations of magnesium in bone more markedly in magnesium-deficient than adequate rats. […]”

        “Unless you are making your own beer with the natural fermentation; modern brand named beer is chemically and artificially fermented and aged.”

        Google: “Beer is a rich source of silicon and may help prevent osteoporosis”

        “Modern beer is contaminated with aluminum. They put it in aluminum beer cans for christ sakes.”

        First, not all beer comes in aluminum cans; second, just because beer may come in an aluminum can doesn’t mean that the beer is “contaminated” with aluminum.

        Zeitschrift für Lebensmitteluntersuchung und -Forschung A
        March 1997, Volume 204, Issue 3, pp 221–226
        Aluminium content of beers

        “[…] The evaluated daily intake of Al (0.256 mg) possible through the consumption of beer was practically negligible in relation to both the total daily dietary Al intake and the tolerable daily Al intake. Thus, beers are an insignificant source of dietary Al intake and it appears that the Al intake from beers (due to the low content of Al in beers and its low bioavailability) should not be a cause for concern with regard to Al toxicity for the human body. […]”

  15. Charles CHUAH says:

    The silicon rich mineral water used in the study is a brand called Spritzer and is now available in UK called ACILIS by Spritzer . Check out http://www.silicawaters.com or http://www.siliconrich.com.

  16. Reblogged this on amnesiaclinic and commented:
    Excellent. Now we need far more truly independent research.

  17. Cholesterol restricted diets, recommended by doctors, are a big cause of Alzheimer’s too! Our brains are made up of 75% cholesterol and our bodies can only produce 10% of our daily need. There was a study done with vitamin E that showed vitamin E could slow Alzheimer’s progression, reversing it completely in some, delaying the need for nursing home care by up to five years. Also another study, not taking dietary factors into account, showed supplementing with vitamins C and E daily, can reduce your risk of developing Alzheimer’s by over 70%! If it was a prescription drug then we would know about it…

  18. Janice Curtin says:

    I doubt they tested for cause before trying silica /fiji water. Some of the people probably had other causes requiring other remedies. Some probably had mercury from teeth fillings or shots, some probably had a low level of good gut bacteria, reducing gut to brain communication. Some may have been low in B 12, etc. So this is pretty remarkable.
    Aluminum can come from cooking pans, or from shots or antiperspirant, and other.

  19. There doesn’t seem to be a whole lotta love (he he) for available silica based water so I duckduckgo’d it (just boycott google, baby, if you think you can) and came up with this. Another adventure to be sure.

    http://aluminum-alzheimers-autism.blogspot.com/2015/09/recipe-to-make-your-own-silica-water.html

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