We revisit Alzheimer’s – the mercury connection in this article with new information about aluminum.
Over the years, lone voices citing the harmful effects of mercury fillings and aluminum and their role in Alzheimer’s have been heard and ignored. Although, current research focuses more on plaques and tangles, there may be a nugget of truth in these warnings.
Read and decide for yourself, your clients, and family. Whether you choose to believe or not; at least, be aware of something I was unaware of–chemtrails.
Written in 1991, Beating Alzheimer’s is author Tom Warren’s account of being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and then taking steps to eliminate the toxins in his life until he beat the disease.
If I were diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, as my father and aunt (mother’s sister) were, I would buy a book that tells me how I can beat a death sentence. Yet for those of us who have read the entire book a questionable picture emerges.
Given the advances in diagnosing different causes of dementia, I question whether Warren really had Alzheimer’s. I wonder if the brain fog he describes is more of his own body’s allergic reaction to the toxins in our environment. Just as some suffer from asthma while others glide effortlessly through pollen-rich fields, my impression is that Warren’s immune system was more susceptible to the environment and reacted adversely.
The second half of Beating Alzheimer’s are appendices featuring resources and contacts, plus a 60-page manual on Proper Amalgam Removal, which addresses root canals and the careful removal of mercury fillings.
I asked my dentist since I’ve had a lot of dental work. He informed me that far less mercury is used today and added that mercury levels were small enough years ago not to be harmful for most of us. I asked if he had any in his mouth. He opened his mouth. Sure enough, he did.
Resources like these open our eyes. They make us aware enough to ask questions. For those who are hyper-sensitive to toxins, Beating Alzheimer’s could be a life-saver. For most of us, I’m not so sure.
While on book tour in 1999, the first question a Las Vegas television anchor asked me was, “Does aluminum cause Alzheimer’s?” At that time and still today, research studies vacillate on whether or not there is a connection.
Recently, a former caregiver, realtor, and activist, Carmen Scherubel sent me an email about “chemtrails.” Living in the High Desert of Southern California–the epi-center of aerospace where planes are constantly being tested, I often see “contrails.” Unsure if she had misspelled the word, I asked her for clarification.
She sent me a lengthy email about chemtrails.
For those of us who have only heard of contrails–those rapidly disappearing condensation trails behind high-flying planes; chemtrails involve seeding the skies with aluminum, barium, and strontium according to reports. This practice known as geoengineering attempts to gain control over our weather–often with unintended consequences.
Contrails that don’t disappear.
When contrails linger, pilots explain it’s the result of atmospheric conditions. The producers of two documentaries, What in the World Are They Spraying? and Why in the World are They Spraying? argue these lingering contrails are actually chemtrails. Scientists, farmers, foresters, geoengineers, a weatherman, a commodities trader, a senator, and a retired representative of the USDA offer perspectives of the environmental impact and how financial interests are involved.
Is it possible that while we limit our focus to soda cans, aluminum cookware, and deodorant, that a mist of aluminum fragments are falling from the sky? Is it possible that this is the link between aluminum and susceptibility to dementia for some of us? Could all this crazy weather we’re having be the result of worldwide geoengineering to control weather, crops, commodities prices, while furthering the interests of some corporations?
Only you can decide.
For more information watch: “WHY in the World are They Spraying?” Documentary HD (1H 13m) and WHAT in the World are They Spraying (1H 38m)
- Just how toxic are the chemicals we breathe in and ingest through our food?
Are toxins in our environment to blame for the cancers and incidents of dementia and even autism?
How do the chemicals added to our foods affect our health? Some of these are non-food chemicals to make our processed food look nice, taste good, and have a longer shelf-life.
- What role does mercury have in causing dementia…if at all?
I remember breaking a mercury thermometer then playing with the balls of mercury that fell to the ground. So did other Boomers. So far, we seem to be hanging in there.
- What impact if any do chemtrails have on our health?
If we eliminate the toxins in our lives, will we have a better chance of reducing incidents of Alzheimer’s and other causes of dementia?
Keep asking questions. Keep your eyes and mind open to the answers. One day, these diseases and illnesses will go the way of polio.
Brenda Avadian, MA