what causes Flukes and Solvents

Non Painful Diseases

what causes Flukes and Solvents

The explanation I have found for two of these flukes is the

presence of solvents in our bodies. The presence of isopropyl

alcohol is associated in 100% of cancer cases (over 500 cases)

with reproduction of the intestinal fluke stages in a variety of

organs causing cancers in these organs.

The presence of benzene is associated in 100% of HIV cases

(over 100 cases) with reproduction of intestinal fluke stages in

the thymus.

The presence of wood alcohol is associated in 100% of diabetes

cases (over 50 cases) with reproduction of pancreatic fluke

stages in the pancreas.

The presence of xylene and toluene is associated in 100% of

Alzheimer cases (over 10 cases) with the reproduction of intestinal

fluke stages in the brain.

Much more work needs to be done to examine the relationship

between fluke reproduction, the solvent and the chosen organ.

But it seems probable that the solvent allows it all to

happen. And our intelligence, to save us, must find a solution.

Stopping use of these solvents seems to me to be the most

urgent advice. Finding which foods and products are polluted

with them is the first step. It is imperative that you test everything

you use or eat for solvent pollution. The Syncrometer makes that

an easy task. Ideally, we should all pool our results, adding to the

body of knowledge I have begun.

In my observations, when the big sources of solvents are

stopped, the body's levels go back to zero. In other words, the

minute amounts that we inhale here and there do not accumulate

to the point of serious damage. We have to eat, drink or absorb

them on a daily basis to injure us! So where can they come from?

The sources of benzene and propyl alcohol that I found are

given in special lists (page 354 and 335). The sources of wood

alcohol are not as well known, but include commercial beverages,

cold cereals, artificial sweetener, vitamins, and drugs.

Other solvents are even less studied. But a pattern is emerging:

foods and products that require sterilization of bottles and machinery

to fill these bottles are polluted with propyl alcohol or

wood alcohol. Foods and products containing flavorings or oils

are polluted with benzene. Let the buyer (you) be wary! Test your

own products if possible. If not, do not purchase them.

There are many other flukes and many other diseases. Are

there other fluke/solvent/disease trios? Has fluke disease been

going on for a long time or is it a recent phenomenon? Certainly

cancer is 100 years old, so is the use of propyl alcohol. Diabetes

is quite old as an illness, too, and so is its associated solvent,

wood alcohol. But HIV, AIDS and Alzheimer's are recent diseases.

Should we conclude that benzene, xylene and toluene were

used much less in the past?

Fluke diseases could be eradicated with some simple actions:

monitoring of solvents in foods, feeds and products.

Hopefully, this will begin. It is in the interest of the consumer to

have her or his own independent way of monitoring too.

Chemical ways can be devised, besides the electronic way presented

in this book. Imagine a small test strip like a flat toothpick

which turns color when in contact with propyl alcohol. Keep a

pack in your pocket and never be unknowingly dosed again...all

in tomorrow's world.

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