If you are familiar with the product known as “MMS,” the sodium chlorite solution that was introduced and popularized by Jim Humble, it’s possible you’ve stumbled upon something that I’ve written or produced about the product since my first introduction to it in 2007. In some respects I have helped the public’s acceptance and understanding of the product through the many articles, interviews, and video documentaries that I’ve done. As such, while I choose not to be part of, or party to Jim’s health ministry network, my appreciation for the significance of what MMS means to humanity has grown, and my regard for its chief ambassador is the highest.
Much of my special regard for MMS can be attributed to new insights that I’ve learned just recently through my ongoing and deepening conversations with Grant, the Canadian connection who has such a passion for unveiling the liberating power of truth. When he calls, I listen, and learn.
He called today just as I finished editing the third audio conversations into a video (below). He was concerned about a recent video that Jim’s organization posted on YouTube titled, “Removing the Bad Taste of MMS (MMS1) with Baking Soda (Sodium Bicarbonate)”
The video shows Jim along side Ron Neer, editor of a newsletter titled, “Voice of MMS,” explaining how to soften the unpopular taste of a day’s intake, which was prepared by adding 24 drops of MMS (sodium chlorite) to 24 drops of the citric acid activator. (This is to facilitate, in a single preparation, a 3-drop per hour course, incrementally taken over an 8-hour period.)
After waiting 30 seconds for the two ingredients to combine and become what Sarin et al (1971) referred to as “chemically stabilized chlorite matrix.” This is a fundamentally different animal to the chlorine dioxide (ClO2) that we have grown accustomed to discussing. The chlorite matrix has always been the end product and active ingredient to MMS, created using one or more very specific light acids, and is distinguished chemically by ClO2-. That barely noticeable “minus” (-) sign behind the “2” means that it is a negative ion, and hence, a detoxified molecule.
In actuality, there is no “chlorine dioxide” (ClO2) present.
I originally believed that concentration was the distinguishing factor between how much chlorine dioxide can kill versus that which can heal. To some extent, it is still a factor. However, charge polarity is a more relevant distinction that should now be factored in. Negative ions are always positive, if taken in appropriate concentrations. Standard chlorine dioxide, which is positively charged, is never helpful, period.
With regard to Jim’s “sodium bicarbonate to MMS” video, Grant called with a warning to NOT do it, under any circumstances. The chemical changes that occur literally turn the product into what the FDA was warning the public against. In other words, it takes away the negative ionization of the chlorite matrix, leaving chlorine dioxide.
Below is a 10 minute conversation we had on the subject.
There’s more. Afterwards, he called back after doing a more thorough chemical analysis. That conversation lasted 80 minutes, and ties in several other related subjects.
While not an “end all” solution, MMS is on a short list of items that eradicate another item discussed in the second conversation mentioned above. Namely, the HeLa cell.
You may know little or nothing about the HeLa cell, but it has impacted your life, and very likely, is doing so right now. This is the video that I was preparing to upload when I received Grant’s call, and more is on the way.
The medicine industry’s now maniacal use of vaccines has gone far beyond any genuine appearance of concern for human health or life, and must now be considered as direct factors in the rise of many disease pathologies that were unheard of prior to Henrietta Lacks’ death from cervical cancer in 1951. Although there are many more, ones that immediately come to mind are autism, Alzheimer’s, Morgellon’s disease, and virtually any other pathology that you can think of, especially every form of cancer.
The thing you should know here, is that the chlorine ion, defined as “ClO2-” (with the minus sign) will, as the EPA stated in Chapter 4 of its Guidance Manual (1999), “become the dominant species in drinking water.” If it will do so in drinking water, it will do so in water, period, including the aqueous environment inside the human body.
If Jim Humble hadn’t brought MMS to our attention, it would have remained an obscure, little used, if ever approved, expensive drug, called WF10. But you should know that adding baking soda to MMS will turn it, chemically, into something that can indeed do harm. I will likewise post that conversation, which describes the chemistry in greater detail. Soon.