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Re: Anyone ever use ORMUS products? by #67299 ..... Ask Trapper

Date:   5/6/2008 1:36:52 PM ( 13 years ago ago)
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meh. is it that mono-atomic gold stuff? gold is not a vital nutrient, migrates to the hypothalamus and stays there.

i quote;

"While you expanding your knowledge base, you might look into the connection detailed in the books of Dr. Hulda Clark about the link between gold and prions and prion related disease (like it says in the song: "you can't have one without the other"). Or the connection between gold and salmonella infection (again "you can't have one without the other")

Did you know that gold migrates to the hypothalamus--and stays there? Do you have any suspicion that it might cause you a TEENY bit of trouble from that TEENY little master gland in the brain? Are you aware of an oncovirus associated with EVERY case of cancer, or pre-cancerous lesions, or HIV called SV-40 that MUST have gold in it in order to survive in the body?

Ever hear of a bacteria called Pseudomonas aeruginosa? It's well known in hospitals that treat patients with lung related infection and disease. Extremely common and extremely hard to kill-except if you deny it gold. It too MUST have gold to survive in the body. I could list other examples, but I'm sure this is boring you.

Well, maybe I should add one more: Gold will knock off or replace a metal required by certain enzymes in the body and thus prevent those enzymes from functioning correctly. Every enzyme molecule requires a particular metal to function correctly, However, certain metals, like gold, not normally found in the food chain (or the human body) and because of its place in the Periodic Table of Elements, will replace those NEEDED metals. When that happens, the enzyme can no longer function in its intended role and the substance that the enzyme was intended to break down and assimilate into the body, won't get broken down or assimilated."

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