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The Role Of Aluminum In Changing Human Biology To Accept The Ionized Atmosphere We Live In: Part 1 Vaccines

BY ANDREW CHEETHAM ON 31 AUGUST 2017 GMT
https://www.davidicke.com/article/425243/role-aluminum-changing-human-biology-accept-ionized-atmosphere-live-part-1-vaccines





‘Is there something so “in our faces” going on that we don’t recognize it for what it is, plus apparent calculated and long-range motives? What I’m talking about is the ubiquitous presence of aluminum, aka aluminium.

Aluminum is number 13 on the Periodic Table of Elements and makes up about 8 percent of the Earth’s crust, the only place where it truly belongs. Furthermore, it is not as inert as consensus science in various sciences, especially pharmacology and medicine, would like us to believe. More and more, medical research is pointing to its implication in central nervous system damage and diseases affecting the brain such as Dementia, Alzheimer’s and Autism. Biochemically, aluminum is known as a neurotoxin, which does not belong in the human body, but is finding its way there from various innovative sources and applications humans should be questioning extremely closely, in my opinion.

Aluminum is a great thermal and electrical conductor, which probably is why it’s being used even for surreptitious reasons, I suspect, such as conductivity to change the atmosphere with the intent of fashioning humans into what eventually will become transhumans—a new breed—based upon transhumanism science—a cross between technology and Homo sapiens. ‘



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