My most recent two radio programs have been on MMS. Last week’s show covered the new protocols, dubbed Protocol 1000 and Protocol 2000, taken right from Jim Humble and the workshop video itself.
This week’s podcast is a monologue where I cover what I am calling “Alternative Theories” on MMS. A few of my interpretations differ from the current thinking about what is behind its effectiveness, which I have begun to outline here. They don’t contradict anything that has been explained. Instead, I believe they clarify. The hour wasn’t enough time to say it all, but it was a good start.
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Waking Up to Chlorination
Part of my alternative theory on MMS and chlorine dioxide has to do with the condition that chlorine dioxide leaves water in versus the effects of chlorination.
While we have become complacently secure in the “safety” of chlorination and the wisdom of its use as a disinfectant (and oddly, the FDA is not concerned about it being, by their definition, a “bleach”), I believe it is one of the elephants in the room that medical and conventional science has refused to see. Whether it is by design or not is for others to speculate, but it is incumbent on the public to become aware that chlorine IS a danger, while the FDA warns, incorrectly, that when used as recommended, MMS may be one.
Chlorination traumatizes water, leaving it energetically impaired; a hydrological retard. Retarded water is not going to be effective at hydration or waste removal. The indiscriminate attack on everything that is “organic” for the sake of the look of purity, inhibits water’s ability to function optimally. However, it will effectively increase the trihalomethane (THM), which includes the chloroform loads that we carry. The constant exposure to these painless dosings come at a price, which can vary from person to person, thereby providing copious deniability.
A little about chloroform from the National Institutes of Health:
Chloroform may be absorbed into the body through ingestion, inhalation, and through the skin. The largest source of human exposure to THMs in the U.S. is from the consumption of chlorinated drinking water. Besides consuming water, other water uses in the home may contribute significantly to total chloroform exposure both from breathing in chloroform vaporized into the air and from it passing through the skin during bathing. One study observed that a greater percentage of chloroform passed through the skin when bathing water temperatures were increased.
How many people do you think these routines apply to?
Let’s look at some of the effects of chloroform exposure:
In addition to central nervous system effects, chloroform anesthesia was associated with cardiac arrhythmias and abnormalities of the liver and kidneys. Inhalation exposure experiments with animals revealed that high levels are toxic to the liver and secondarily to the kidneys. Skin contact with undiluted chloroform may cause a burning sensation, redness, and blistering.
Chronic oral exposure of humans to chloroform at high doses results in adverse effects on the central nervous system, liver, kidneys and heart.
In studies of human populations using chlorinated drinking water in which chloroform is the predominant THM, small increases in the incidence of rectal, colon and bladder cancer have been consistently observed, with evidence strongest for bladder cancer.
As if that weren’t enough, fertility and reproductive health is affected:
Reports in the scientific literature in which chloroform was administered to animals indicate that chloroform has the potential to cause birth defects, miscarriages, and delays in fetal development. Results have generally been inconclusive regarding exposure to THMs and adverse developmental or reproductive effects in humans. However, the results of a recent study suggest an increased risk of early-term miscarriage from high levels of THMs in tap water, particularly BDCM.
With all this evidence, plausible deniability still reigns, enough that the practice isn’t banned, even though a significant portion of the population is experiencing the very pathologies outlined above.
Of course, there is a lot of “junk” in water these days. The predominant water treatment methods are ineffective at the most fundamental level; i.e., the level of vibration and information.
Chlorination is the foundation of a long list of chemical pollutants that masquerade as treatment aids.
Another is fluoridation.
A friend sent me a link to a movie that is online, about how fluoridation became an accepted part of water treatment.
Along with the link to the film was the following quote:
The history of medicine and government in the United States is littered with corruption, crime, and fraud.
Make no mistake. All of us have been placed in position to believe lies that would ordinarily be rejected by those less educated that we. But for some reason, we go on believing these lies as if to do otherwise would place us in jeopardy of ridicule.
This link delivers unbelievable proof of what I have been saying for the last 5 years..FLUORIDATION IS DEADLY.
These chemicals are deadly only if we don’t take measures to nullify them. I believe that MMS (chlorine dioxide) is one such way.
I’m sure the story of how chlorine continues to be chosen over chlorine dioxide is just as compelling.