US Navy vet a real-life Jason Bourne; wakes up with no memory but speaks perfect Swedish

The fictional character Jason Bourne is a covert intelligence operative who survives an intense mind control “reprogramming” process to become a government assassin. After being shot while on an assassination mission, he forgets his identity and tries to rediscover his true past. That’s the storyline of the Bourne series of motion pictures.  The-Bourne-Identity

Last week, a possible real-life Jason Bourne awoke in a motel room. While his I.D. revealed he was a U.S. Navy veteran named Michael Boatwright, he awoke without any memory of being able to speak English whatsoever. He now speaks Swedish and insists his name is Johan Ek.

When he looks in the mirror, he doesn’t recognize his own face, and he has no memory of his past.

“The guy Michael — it wasn’t me. I’m still Johan,” he said through a translator, as reported by

When Michael Boatright (picture on the right) was discovered in the hotel room, he had, “…a duffel bag of casual athletic clothes, a backpack, five tennis rackets, two cell phones, some cash, a set of old photos and four forms of identification: a passport, California identification card, veteran’s medical card and a Social Security card.”

Except for the tennis rackets, it already sounds a lot like Jason Bourne, doesn’t it? All the phone numbers in his phone were non-U.S. numbers, and when they were called, everyone disavowed any knowledge of who the man really was.

Medical workers eventually gave his condition the name, “Transient Global Amnesia” and said it must have been triggered by some sort of trauma. But Natural News readers probably share in my suspicion of that whitewashed diagnosis.

There’s quite possibly something far more mysterious at work here.

James Holmes and mind control

Take a look at James Holmes, the Colorado Batman theater shooter. He was a bright, high-IQ graduate student studying government-funded mind control technologies. And then one day he’s a crazed psychopathic shooter who allegedly shoots and kills a bunch of innocent people, then gets thrown onto so many tranquilizers and mind-numbing pills that he can’t even speak.

His apartment just happened to be set up with an astonishing maze of extremely high-end explosive devices rigged in an intricate way that no normal student could have possibly managed. His actions also set off a major push for the disarmament of the American people under the guise of “gun control.”

There is growing consensus among those who have really looked into the James Holmes story that Holmes was a victim of mind control. MK ULTRA-style mind control. Manchurian Candidate stuff. Even Holmes himself probably had no idea what he was doing when he stormed the theater in Colorado. It was all pre-programmed in his head, then triggered to set it off.

These mind control technologies really exist, by the way. They aren’t just Hollywood sci-fi. The highest levels of covert government really are involved in extreme mind control programming to create assassins that don’t even know they’re assassins. They’re “triggered” by a pre-programmed event to go on a killing rampage or to kill a specific target.

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New legislation would allow health savings accounts to cover nutritional supplements

Two new pieces of legislation have been introduced before Congress that, if passed, will expand coverage options for individuals with either Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) or Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs). According to a recent Action Alert issued by the Alliance for Natural Health – USA (ANH-USA), funds held in both HSAs and FSAs would cover dietary supplements under the new bills, a major policy change that has the potential to dramatically cut healthcare costs and further promote health freedom.

Introduced by Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT), the Family and Retirement Health Investment Act of 2013 provisions that the term “medical care” be expanded in definition to include dietary supplements, allowing up to $1,000 from HSAs and FSAs to be spent on them for medical care each year. Additionally, Representative Erick Paulsen (R-MN) introduced House Resolution (H.R.) 2194 as a companion bill in the House.Buying-Supplements

Together, the bills would combine to establish a new policy of tolerance towards nutritional supplements, which are a keystone in the health and dietary regimens of millions of forward-thinking Americans. Currently, dietary supplements are excluded from virtually all insurance plans, which means patients must purchase them of their own accord at full cost. But the inclusion of dietary supplements in the scope of recognized medical care has the potential to change this and make natural treatments more affordable.

“This is important legislation because so many natural health advocates depend on HSAs and FSAs — they can be used for integrative doctor visits and treatments not covered by conventional insurance,” explains ANH-USA. “Expanding HSAs to include supplements will increase consumer access and choice, not to mention overall consumer health.”

Including supplements under HSAs, FSAs will dramatically cut healthcare costs

A major selling point for the legislation, which was previously rejected by Congress back during the 2011 legislative session, is that it will help drastically reduce healthcare costs all across the board. A 2012 study conducted by the Rand Corporation, for instance, found that families with HSAs or FSAs spent an average of 21 percent less on healthcare in the first year after switching from conventional insurance coverage.

The same study found that if even just half of all individuals currently covered by employer-sponsored insurance adopted HSAs or FSAs, healthcare costs as a whole would drop by at least $57 billion annually. This is obviously quite significant, as healthcare costs have reached epic proportions in recent years, showing no definitive signs of slowing within this for-profit medical paradigm.

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Some worry adding coverage for supplements will be used as government backdoor for increased regulation

Furnishing the federal government with even more power over dietary supplements, however, may prove to be a mistake, say some. By allowing the government to essentially redefine dietary supplements to fit within the conventional medical system, there is the potential that rogue regulators will begin to take control over which dietary supplements people are allowed to access. Furthermore, the legislation also appears to make an erroneous assumption that the government possesses unique authority over dietary supplements, which could be a slippery slope for health freedom.

“I hope the expansion of ‘medical care’ to include dietary supplements is not the first step in having dietary supplements classified as a medicine, which therefore becomes a regulated product,” wrote one commenter at ANH-USA.

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Walnut eaters reduce risk of dying from heart disease or cancer by nearly fifty percent

Heart disease and cancer in all their different forms take the lives of nearly three-quarters of all men, women and children in the US each year. Yet thousands of well constructed research bodies have shown that most chronic diseases can be prevented by making simple lifestyle changes including diet, smoking, physical activity and exposure to toxic household and environmental pollutants through our early and middle adult years. Specific foods and nutrients such as resveratrol, curcumin, green tea and leafy greens have demonstrated specific properties that help to prevent and fight cardiovascular disease and cancer, and should be included as part of your regular daily diet and supplement plan.     Walnuts-Nuts-Health-Snack-Food-Raw

A research study team based in Spain has published the result of their research in the journal, BMC Medicine that explains that those who eat nuts more than three times a week had a reduced risk of dying from cancer or cardiovascular disease than non-nut eaters. To conduct their research, scientists looked at the effect on the prevention of cardiovascular disease when the participants were put on a Mediterranean diet with extra nuts and extra virgin olive oil, compared with a control group following a low-fat diet.

Raw nuts, especially walnuts help lower blood pressure and blood lipids to thwart chronic disease

The scientists analyzed more than 7,000 people aged between 55 and 90 years, and divided them into two groups based on adherence to a Mediterranean style diet that included nuts, and especially walnuts, or those following a low-fat diet. The team found that people who eat more than three servings of nuts (1 serving equal approximately one ounce) a week had a 55 percent lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease and a 40 percent reduced risk of death from cancer.

Lead study author, Dr. Jordi Salas-Salvad commented “How nuts are able to prevent premature mortality is not entirely clear, nor why walnut should be better for you than other nuts. Walnuts have particularly high content of alpha-linoleic acid and phytochemicals…, along with fiber and minerals such as calcium, magnesium and potassium, may contribute to their healthy effect.” Past studies have demonstrated that walnuts in particular are a beneficial part of a healthy diet and are the best source of antioxidants, containing twice the amount as normal nuts.

Researchers also note that people who ate nuts had a lower body mass index and smaller waist. Further, this group was found to be more physically active and less likely to smoke. The study authors conclude “Questions about specific constituents, amount, duration and type of nuts to be consumed remain to be elucidated. Meanwhile, we might need to focus on the question of how to better promote nut consumption in the population and sustainably integrate it into the daily diet.” Nutrition experts recommend replacing one daily serving of fruits and vegetables with a one ounce serving of raw nuts to significantly lower the risk of dying from heart disease and cancer.

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Your fast food hamburger may contain as little as 2 percent actual meat – Study

There may be a convenient way to satiate your hunger while on the go, but fast food hamburgers appear to offer little in the way of actual meat content, according to a recent study published in the journal Annals of Diagnostic Pathology. Researchers from the Laurel School in Shaker Heights, Ohio, found that, among eight popular fast food hamburgers analyzed, some were found to contain as little as two percent actual meat, which may come as a surprise to some.

A true American meal pastime, hamburgers are consumed at a rate of about five billion patties annually in the U.S. Most people who eat hamburgers likely assume that those succulent patties grilled over an open flame are pure meat from cows. But according to the histological data, hamburger patties are generally composed mostly of water, as well as varying percentages of random tissues, nerves, and a small percentage of actual meat.        Man-Eating-Hamburger-Junk-Food-Processed

Based on their analysis, Laurel School researchers found that the water content of fast food hamburgers typically ranges between 37.7 and 62.4 percent, with an average of about 49 percent. Electron microscopy revealed preserved skeletal muscle, which is good, as well as a variety of tissue types including blood vessels, peripheral nerves, adipose tissue (body fat), cartilage, and bone. But the kicker was the actual meat content.

According to the data, amongst the eight fast food hamburger patties tested, meat content ranged between 2.1 and 14.8 percent, with an average of about 12.1 percent. This means that for a half-pound burger, less than one ounce of it is composed of actual meat, on average. And for those burgers on the lowest end of the meat spectrum, a half-pound patty contains less than five grams of actual meat.

“Fast food hamburgers are comprised of little meat,” wrote the authors in their study abstract. “Approximately half of their weight is made up of water. Unexpected tissue types found in some hamburgers included bone, cartilage, and plant material; no brain tissue was present.”

Besides their lack of meat, some fast food hamburger patties were also found to contain potentially harmful bacteria and ammonia. Two of the hamburgers tested, for instance, were found to contain intracellular parasites, also known as Sarcocystis, which are basically cysts. In humans, undercooked meats containing Sarcocystis can cause diarrhea or muscle tenderness, and in more extreme cases breathing problems and even death.

Meat is supposed to contain water, but not bacteria and ammonia

Since all meat naturally contains relatively high levels of water, it is not necessarily unusual that the fast food hamburger patties tested in the study also contained high levels of water. It is the unexpected tissues, the bacteria, and the ammonia that are most concerning about this study’s findings, as they affirm what others have warned about in the past concerning the problems with fast food meat.

The authors of the study also did not identify which fast food hamburgers they tested, which some NaturalNews readers may find disconcerting. But many of the usual fast food suspects were likely included as part of the research, which means you can probably make your own educated guesses.

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New study links wheat (gluten) consumption to autism

Another piece in the complex puzzle of what causes autism and other related behavioral disorders appears to have been identified by a new study published in the open-access journal PLoS One. Researchers from Columbia University in New York found that wheat, and particularly wheat gluten, triggers a unique immune response in autistic children, and especially those with gastrointestinal problems. And this response, it turns out, produces an array of symptoms commonly associated with autism.  Green-Wheat-Grass-Field-Closeup

For their study, the team from both the Columbia University Department of Medicine and the Celiac Disease Center set out to assess how children diagnosed with autism respond immunologically to gluten consumption. Since previous research on the subject has been largely inconclusive, the researchers felt it was important to investigate the matter further using strict evaluative guidelines and research criteria in order to arrive at a solid and trustworthy conclusion.

After comparing the effects of gluten consumption among autistic children both with and without gastrointestinal problems to their unaffected siblings and age-matched healthy controls, the team learned that the autistic children had significantly higher levels of the IgG antibody, which targets a gluten protein known as gliadin. And based on the way this antibody functions within the body, many now believe that high levels of it can also interfere with proper neurological function.

“It has been theorized that when the immune system forms antibodies against gliadin, these antibodies cross react with self-structures within the nervous system,” writes Sayer Ji for about the process. “Known as molecular mimicry, this breakdown of immunological self-tolerance can contribute to a wide range of neurological problems including neuropathy, ataxia, seizures, and neurobehavioral changes including mania, schizophrenia and autism.”

“Anti-gliadin antibodies are therefore a possible cause of autoimmune neurological damage,” he adds.

In other words, many of the symptoms exhibited by individuals diagnosed with autism could actually be the result of an antibody response caused by exposure to wheat gluten. Regardless of whether or not the blood markers of actual Celiac disease are present, wheat gluten appears to greatly elevate levels of this anti-gliadin antibody within the body.

“A subset of children with autism displays increased immune reactivity to gluten, the mechanism of which appears to be distinct from that in Celiac disease,” wrote the authors in their conclusion. “The increased anti-gliadin antibody response and its association with GI symptoms points to a potential mechanism involving immunologic and/or intestinal permeability abnormalities in affected children.”

Eliminating wheat has helped many people with autism

The obvious takeaway from all this is that eating wheat is probably not a good idea if you fall anywhere on the autism spectrum, and especially if you suffer from GI disorders. Though conventional wheat is technically not good for anybody, it appears to be distinctly harmful for people with autism, and something worth avoiding.

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Spam Email: Stop Your Inbox From Getting Littered!

This is great advice from Susan Dolan. You would be surprised how many people don’t know this!

I often wonder how much time every day is spent by people in the world checking through their emails. Then I think how much of that time is actually wasted sifting through your Inbox to find the “real” mail you need to focus on. Junk emails, unsolicited mail, unwanted bulk messaging – whatever you call it, we all seem to receive it.    SpamEmail_StopYourInboxFromGettingLittered

Spam email – promoting diet pills, male enhancement products and dating websites, among other things – may be distributed in record-breaking quantities by America (18.3% according to surveys conducted by SophosLabs earlier this year), but this does not necessarily mean that these emails originated in the United States. Many spam emails originate in overseas hard drives but use American email accounts (often hijacked) for content delivery.

So how can we prevent ourselves from receiving all of this spam email that we really never wanted in the first place?

First, there are a few simple steps you can take to prevent spam emails from landing in your Inbox:

  • Be sure before you share your email address. Unless you really know the person or organization that you’re giving your email address to, keep it to yourself! Chat rooms and social networks are great for connecting with people, but not a place to be sharing your email address.
  • Have two email addresses. A personal one that you give to family, friends and work associates, and a second one that you use when subscribing to newsletters, shopping online and for creating a profile on a website. Hotmail, for example, has a great anti-spam filter built in so you can easily see which emails are spam and which are not.
  • Watch out for the check boxes! When you sign up for something or buy online, make sure you read the small print and opt out of receiving information by email. Quite often your information will be shared amongst a number of third parties, leaving you at risk of being spammed.
  • Never “reply” to spam email to ask to be unsubscribed. By replying you are letting them know that your email account is active. Instead use the link provided at the bottom of the email to unsubscribe your address from their list.
  • Use anti-spam software. Norton Internet Security, for example, filters any spam email into a Junk Mail folder separating it from your legitimate email. You may need to check the folder occasionally and tell the filter if anything in there is not spam, but once “trained” this software can really work for you.

Next, there are things you can do to stay safe online, avoiding a violation and breach of your cyber privacy by spam email. Here are a few hints and tips to ensure you cover yourself and stay secure online:

  • Set up a second email account to receive your password reset information. If your primary email has been compromised, you don’t want the reset information to be sent to it. Setting up email accounts is free; have two and use them to back each other up.
  • Don’t use your email to send sensitive information and data. If you do, delete the email from your Sent mail immediately, and then your Trash folder as well.
  • Connect to your email address through an encrypted connection. This simply means utilizing the SSL tool (the lock can be found in your web browser) for Gmail and Yahoo accounts. For other accounts, a secure protocol such as IMAP or POP3 can be used. Be sure to do this on mobile access ports, as well as on your PC or Mac.
  • Use very strong passwords with 15 or more characters. For example, use your home address number, college or pet name, with an anniversary date – something you can remember, but others (including people who know you) won’t ever be able to figure out.
  • Use strong password retrieval questions. There is little point in using your favorite film or meal as your password retrieval question, and then writing about it on your preferred social media platform. Although innocent in your intentions, you are potentially giving others access to your email.
  • Use the two-factor authentication tool on Gmail. This email provider has set up a two-factor authentication system, whereby the user not only provides their password, but also a secret code, heightening the security of the account.

Learn how to regain control over your email in case it is compromised. Plan the procedure ahead. Be sure you know who to contact or which number to call, and also what information you will need to provide the customer support services. It is far better to have this planned ahead than to find yourself rushing around to do it.

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Denver to start charging groups who do yoga or fitness in public parks

Fitness groups that hold classes at public parks, green spaces, and other multi-use public areas in Colorado’s capital city of Denver could soon have to pay user fees to the city in order to continue using them, according to new proposals. Paid exercise programs like CrossFit and yoga that involve large groups of people are taking over public spaces intended for general use, say city officials, and should thus have to gain proper use permits in order to hold their classes in public.  Diabetes-Yoga

Following the lead of Santa Monica, California, which recently proposed taking a cut of the revenues generated by fitness classes held in public parks, Denver officials are essentially trying to curb a growing trend that is changing the way public parks are used. Since many outdoor fitness classes are led by paid instructors, they are technically businesses operating on public property, say officials, which means they are technically in violation of city ordinances.

“A lot of these groups really are businesses that provide their goods and services in the park,” says Jeff Green from Denver Parks and Recreation, as quoted by CBS Denver. “If they don’t have a permit, they’re kind of breaking the law. We want people to enjoy our parks and this is kind of balancing the needs and wants of the commercial operators with the way that regular citizens and general park visitors use the park.”

When we covered this issue back in January with regards to the city of Santa Monica, it appeared as though officials were merely trying to generate more revenue at the expense of the more athletic among us. But officials have a good point — how many times have you tried to use a public park for a family picnic or a game of pickup football, only to discover that a body sculpting boot camp or yoga class was taking up all the lawn space?

Are paid fitness classes entitled to the same use of public parks as non-paying members of the general public?

On the other hand, fitness classes, regardless of whether or not they charge people for their services, are technically still taxpaying contributors to the park system just like the rest of the general public. From this perspective, fitness classes have the same rights as anyone else when it comes to using public parks for recreation. And with so many overweight individuals in America today, it seem somewhat counterintuitive for city officials to meddle with public park usage.

“We live in Colorado. This is beautiful. Why shouldn’t we be out here?” asks Tonia Seidl, a member of a local boot camp that uses Denver public parks, as quoted by CBS Denver.

“We should never discourage exercise. We need to encourage exercise (and) remove every barrier possible,” adds Chris Lindley, her trainer.

Still, if paid fitness classes obstruct the use of public parks by others who want to use them for free, should they receive priority? Or is the city of Denver merely trying to preserve the intended use of its parks by restricting the use of public parks for profit purposes? What do you think about the issue of paid fitness instruction taking place in public parks?

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Pricing Your Items To Make Fingers Hit The “Buy” Button

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My experiences with pricing go way back. I’ve personally been through the same things you have encountered or are currently dealing with – the dollar amount decision, the anxiety of being wrong, and the fear of NO purchases!

With any business, it’s important to make sure that your offer and your pricing are both competitive and valuable. Since a person’s “perception” is their reality, if your perceived value is too low (by being underpriced) you’ll lose sales. If your perceived value is too high, you’ll also lose sales. Pricing is a “fine line” decision for both the seller and the buyer.   51efde132dd50567dcf18a1b

When I wrote my first informational book and created a TV commercial to sell it, I tested my pricing at $19.95, $24.95 and $29.95. To my surprise, I sold the most books at the highest price because there was a “perceived” value placed on the information. That perceived value was enhanced because I had the foreword written by world-renowned author and speaker, Tony Robbins… even though, with or without Tony’s contribution, the information inside the book was exactly the same!

This shows that testing is a vital component in creating the pricing that will give you the most profit. My results could easily have been that I sold more books at a lower price and then made up the difference with volume. But the market placed its own perceived value on what I was selling – and without testing I would have short-changed myself and never even known.

Before you create your offer and test your pricing, you need to do research. This is essential for giving you better clarity on your market and audience needs, as well as what any competitors are doing. But don’t make a career out of research… do it, analyze it, then make a decision. Always remember that research is meant to help you make a profit.

When you start pricing your products and/or services, it’s important to know what the current market value and price is in your specific niche. It’s crucial to know what your industry average pricing is. For example, if your product is priced at $99, and the current going value is $29, it’s obvious that it’s not going to sell well. You can’t let greed or need (the need to make money) be your decision-maker.

Alternatively, if the current market price is $99 and you are trying to “give it away” at $19.97 (because of need) you will get a lot of “freebie customers” grabbing your low-hanging price – but in the long run you may end up losing credibility and future sales.

Can a low pricing strategy ever actually work in your favor? Yes – when you are seeking to do lead generation to attract “qualified” customers.

For example, here at Showcasing Women we may offer a report, or even a series of reports, for a mere $7 each. The charge is low enough to be a great lead generator, attracting women to purchase and opt-in to our mailing list. And because someone was willing to pay $7 versus simply opt-in to a free download, they become an ideal customer for future purchases. Again, this is the fine line of pricing and strategies, combined with how you “message” your offer.

One of the greatest problems women have is underpricing. When you are priced far below what your competitors are offering, you will be perceived poorly and not taken seriously.

Beware of the price drop! It is one thing to offer a short-term, one-time-only or a limited-time price discount. BUT if you price your product or service too high, and then decide to drop the price because your sales are low, you’ve now set a perceived value of, “It isn’t selling so they dropped the price, so it must not be that good… so I’m not buying it, either.”

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The facts on glyphosate, ‘Satan’s molecule’

The most widely used pesticide chemical in the world, glyphosate has been a target of environmental protection and human rights groups alike for many years now. And rightly so, as glyphosate, which is widely marketed and sold under the Monsanto-owned brand Roundup, is linked to causing cell damage, genetic mutations, miscarriages, behavioral disorders, reproductive damage, immune Danger-Harmful-Chemicals-Symbol-Signdisease, cancer, and death.

All of this and more is revealed in a 2004 paper published in the Journal of Pesticide Reform, which highlights many of the dirty little secrets about glyphosate that you will never hear about from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), or any other regulatory authority for that matter. While the EPA and others are busy arbitrarily declaring glyphosate to be safe enough to eat, real scientists are uncovering the many horrors associated with exposure to this pervasive chemical.

Glyphosate was created to kill life

By its very nature, glyphosate has been designed to squelch life before it can even begin. Monsanto’s own background and marketing materials for glyphosate explain how the chemical blocks plants from producing the nutrients they need to survive, effectively killing them. And this chemical solution is being indiscriminately spread across tens of millions of acres of crop land every single year in the U.S., which is leading to massive dead zones of lifeless soil and polluted earth.

“Glyphosate blocks the activity of an enzyme used by plants to make certain important amino acids,” explains the glyphosate fact sheet. “Without these amino acids, the plant cannot make proteins required for various life processes, resulting in the death of the plant. Glyphosate is a broad spectrum herbicide, so it kills most types of plants.”

Did you catch that? Taken literally, this succinct description reveals glyphosate to be nothing more than a life-destroying poison. Natural, living organisms, in other words, do not stand a chance when it comes to being exposed to this chemical – only genetically-modified (GM) plants that have been artificially programmed to resist glyphosate are able to survive, and this at the monumental expense of the greater ecosystem in which they reside.

Commercial glyphosate formulas contain dozens of highly-toxic ‘inert’ ingredients

But glyphosate itself is not the only major cause for concern when it comes to the chemical’s use. As it turns out, Roundup and many other commercial glyphosate formulas are also loaded with all sorts of so-called “inert” ingredients that are not indicated on the label. As highlighted in the glyphosate report, these inert ingredients typically carry with them their own toxicity, triggering many of the same harmful side effects as glyphosate in isolation.

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Nanosized aluminum being sprayed in the atmosphere, causing degenerative disease

Back in the 1960’s, quiet scientific dialogue began about global climate change and how it can be manipulated. What might have turned into a productive discussion of responsible protection of Earth’s climate and ecosystem had eventually evolved into a mad, controlling science experiment. By the 21st century, jumbo jets were being deployed to drop billions of dollars of nanosized Jumbo-Jet-Airplane-Fly-Sun-Blue-Skyaluminum and other particles into the skies. In attempts to reflect sunlight away from the Earth and cool climate temperatures, this science experiment has exploited populations of people to mass amounts of airborne metals that are literally raining down and poisoning everyone, slowly, subtly.

According to neuro-surgeon Russell L. Blaylock, the nanosized aluminum particles found in chem-trails are contributing heavily to degenerative disease today.

Like in bio-engineering, where scientists rewire the DNA of crops, creating genetically modified foods, geo-engineering is the global attempt to manipulate the sun and Earth’s climate. In both mass engineering operations, “professionals” try to play “God,” but it’s a given – nature and natural processes cannot and were never meant to be controlled. Hence, we see the unintended consequences of degenerative disease occurring today due to GMOs and geo-engineering. All the disease statistics are neglected, however, as controllers justify their means.

Essentially, there needs to be a massive public outcry against geo-engineering similar to the outcry against genetically modified crops.

As the reality of geo-engineering takes hold and as the consequences mount, it’s never too late to stop the madness and work together for real grassroots environmental conservation. As these geo engineering experiments utilize military jumbo jets to unleash massive amounts of nanosized aluminum, strontium, and barium particles into the atmosphere, many may wonder if the global warming debate is just political distraction to gain public acceptance for the geo-engineering tactics. Many people are beginning to feel that these chem-trails are secretly employed to control and depopulate. After all, millions of unknowing people have become victims to these mass sprays, as they’ve become like fish in a bowl. Check your skies for chem-trails.

The effects of greenhouse gases are real, but when did any group, government, or billionaire gain the authority to use jets to pour massive amounts of elements on unsuspecting populations of people? As much as their research sounds accredited, they have no moral authority and they have no idea what they are destroying as soil and plants soak up the mass sprays falling on them.

The desire to experiment with the skies

When quiet discussions about climate change erupted in the 1960’s, scientists began tossing around ideas to combat global warming. By introducing sunlight-reflecting particles into the atmosphere, they could increase reflectivity slightly, counteracting heat-trapping gases, and thereby cooling the planet.

Colombian Dr. Broecker’s idea was to introduce sulfur dioxide into the stratosphere in the 80s. By 2006, Dr. Crutzen, a Nobel laureate from the Max Planck Institute began publishing reports on how that might work to cool the planet.

One of the main inventors of the hydrogen bomb, Edward Teller, thought that, “Injecting sunlight-scattering particles into the stratosphere appears to be a promising approach and wrote to The Wall Street Journal, “Why not do that?”

The consequences of mass spraying, according to neurosurgeon Russell L. Blaylock

According to neurosurgeon Russell L. Blaylock, degenerative disease, especially neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s are growing at an alarming rate, due in major part to the mass spraying of nanosized aluminum into the atmosphere.

According to medical literature, nanosized particles are “infinitely more reactive and induce intense inflammation in a number of tissues.”

Dr. Blaylock states, “Of special concern is the effect these nanoparticles have on the brain and spinal cord, as a growing list of neuro-degenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s dementia, Parkinson’s disease, and Lou Gehrig’s disease.”

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