The Associated Press did an investigation in March 2008 and discovered that all 24 major US cities public water supplies they tested had pharmaceuticals in them, AFTER treatment. See the AP article here:
This was no news to leaders in the water purification industry, since it’s well known that undigested pharmaceuticals have been flushed down toilets in large quantities across the globe for many decades. Well, the plot thickens. The AP has continued their investigation and has now found that hospitals and nursing homes are dumping millions of pounds of unused drugs into the US water supply:
Now of course the press and governments are trying to minimize this information, citing the small concentrations of drugs in the water. But what these sources miss is the fact that water is a homeopathic solution, meaning that water is a carrier of information in its atomic and subatomic structure. Water picks up energetic signatures in its atomic structure of whatever it is exposed to. This can lead to either a disease response or healing response in the body when ingested, depending upon what frequencies are imparted into the water. This is the basis of homeopathy, or using super diluted water-based supplements such as Bach flower essences to trigger healing responses in the body. If that sounds like nonsense to you, check out Dr. Martin Chaplin’s extensive hard core physics and chemistry of water here:
Dr. Chaplin is but one reputable source.
Okay, so we have this problem, what can we do about it? Well, one school teacher got the bright idea to collect the drugs and rather than flush them down the toilet, burn them:
Okay, so at least we’re poisoning ourselves a little slower that way. Mmmm, seems like a strong case to radically reduce the use of pharmaceuticals, but since the world public has been mind-controlled into drug use and the drug companies are not yet close to collapsing, it’s not likely the root of the problem will radically change soon. Fortunately, there are nontoxic solutions, but the powers that be won’t like them because they threaten status quo industries. There is a technology known as Brown’s gas that burns with a blue flame just like with a gas stove or welder. However, this flame has very amazing properties. It will weld anything to anything, melt just about anything, and yet the flame is cool to the touch:
The fuel does not explode when combusted, but rather implodes from gas form back into liquid water. Back in the mid-1990s I worked with the inventor Yul Brown briefly and tested a Brown’s Gas welder for a few weeks. Because it alters the atomic structure of materials it burns, it can be used to convert matter from one form to another (yes, alchemy). So for example, you can burn or weld nuclear waste and it will convert the waste into nonradioactive material, with no toxic side effects. This is not conjecture, I’ve seen it done and welded materials myself. (Congress was shown this technology and some of them had it squashed.) The same thing can be done with waste of any kind; the millions of pounds of unused drugs or billions of pounds of chemicals on this planet can be neutralized with this implosive force technology. Implosive force technologies mimic natural energy systems and do not leave any toxic side effects, in fact, they clean up the environment (see works by and about Viktor Schauberger on Amazon.com and elsewhere).
There are other solutions as well; polluted water is being remediated with probiotic (”friendly”) bacteria by companies like Natural Plus Plus, and Sustainable Community Development. Like photosynthesis, fermentation is an alchemy that changes materials fundamentally at the molecular, atomic, and quantum mechanical levels, creating the ability to make toxic materials nontoxic.
In the meantime, don’t be fooled into thinking you can just install a good water filter and everything will be fine. Despite claims by water equipment manufacturers, I have yet to find a system that will truly clean municipal water, not just chemically but also homeopathically and energetically. Reverse osmosis won’t do it, the John Ellis system won’t, distillation won’t, Aquasana, Grandeur, etc. won’t. It takes multiple techniques and time. The solution unfortunately at this time is not simple, and I am working on solutions. In the meantime, if I were on a municipal water supply, I would either switch to a well or drink bottled spring water that has not gone through reverse osmosis, and treat that water as well to bring it back to life.
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