Radioactivity is one of a number of major factors in the causation and development of all cancers. In fact, radiation is so high in cancer patients that it can be detected with a Geiger-Muller counter. This is highly unusual because, since Geiger-Muller counters are not designed to detect radioactivity through the skin, most of the radioactivity emitting from cancer patients goes undetected. The fact that radioactivity is detected in such high amounts in cancer patients (especially over the bones in certain “hot spots”) demonstrates just how high the radioactivity in cancer patients is.
The radioactive element integral to causing and developing all cancers is polonium, a product of the radioactive decay of uranium. Polonium is highly-reactive with a lanthanide element named cerium. Cerium is often found in rubber and plastic. Polonium, cerium and a number of other substances combine to cause all cancers.
Carcinogens in Our Drinking Water?!
Another carcinogen which combines with the cerium end of the polonium-cerium complex is potassium ferrocyanide. This element is a component of common laundry bleach. (Polonium can be found in laundry bleach, too.) Because polonium and potassium ferrocyanide are found in laundry bleach, they are also commonly found in our drinking water. This is because laundry bleach is often (illegally) used as a disinfectant for municipal water supplies. (Cyanide in our drinking water?! Apparently it is added to reduce the amount of corrosion or “scale” that can build up inside of water mains.)
Many municipalities use chlorine gas to disinfect drinking water. This is perfectly fine. However as the water flows through the mains, the chlorine levels diminish. So at the last pumping station before the water reaches the customer, the municipality is allowed to boost the chlorine level using liquid chlorine. The problem is, there are two different types of liquid chlorine. The one which is supposed to be added is food-grade liquid chlorine approved by the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF). The other one is regular laundry bleach. Unfortunately, regular laundry bleach is often added to the water because it is cheaper than NSF bleach, it is much more accessible, and the containers are much easier to handle.
The problem with adding laundry bleach to our drinking water is that it contains a number of carcinogens, including polonium and potassium ferrocyanide. (NSF bleach does not contain potassium ferrocyanide.) This is the reason that cancer rates are so high. In the not-too-distant future it is projected that one out of every two individuals will develop cancer! (All of the carcinogens in laundry bleach is also the reason that skin cancer rates are so high. Bleach is used on our clothes, our bedding, our towels, etc. These in turn contact our skin for extended periods of time, and voila-skin cancer! Skin cancer rates are so high that they are not even counted in regular cancer statistics anymore!)
Another way in which these carcinogens get into our drinking water is via the filters installed in our water systems. Some water filters are also disinfected with laundry bleach rather than NSF bleach prior to sale. Some accumulate laundry bleach from the drinking water after they are installed and then slowly release it back into the water. Even if the municipality were to correct the bleach problem, the filters would still contaminate the water.
Other Ways That Radioactivity Enters Our Bodies
Another way in which radioactive polonium can get into our bodies is via metal amalgam tooth fillings. Metal amalgam fillings typically contain up to 40 different elements. One of the elements allowed by the government to be included is radioactive uranium. When uranium decays, one of its by-products is polonium. This polonium locked into our tooth fillings is a constant source of radioactivity, which can perpetuate any cancers we may already have or help to create new ones.
Other sources of radioactivity in our mouths are porcelain and other dental composites. Apparently the government allows radioactive elements to be included in these in order to allow them to show up better on x-ray scans. The radioactivity also allows them to phosphoresce (glow) like our natural teeth do.
On a cautionary note one should not allow his dentist to remove his metal amalgam fillings by drilling them out of his teeth. This is because the action of the dentist’s drill can embed radioactive particles in the soft tissues of the mouth. From there those radioactive particles can also perpetuate any cancers we may already have or help to create new ones. You can learn how to identify radioactive tooth fillings and have your dentist safely remove them from your mouth. You can also learn how to locate radioactive particles in the soft tissues of the mouth and have your dentist safely remove them if the amalgam fillings have already been drilled out of your teeth.
Virtually everyone these days is inundated with radioactivity. In addition to the above-mentioned sources, we can also pick it up from many of the foods and beverages we ingest because radioactive drinking water is used to process many of them. We can also pick up radioactivity from radon gas. This typically enters our buildings through the cracks or holes in our foundations or via water pumped into our houses from drilled water wells. (A lot of radon gas is inhaled as people shower with radon-contaminated water.)
Our Bodies Have a Mechanism for Removing Radioactivity
Fortunately, our bodies have a mechanism for removing radioactivity from them. Unfortunately, radioactivity instantly depletes our immune systems of one of the essential supplements they need in order to remove radioactivity whenever they come into contact with it. However by ingesting ample amounts of this supplement and others, we can optimize our immune systems to remove all radioactivity. You can learn how to accomplish this.
We could greatly reduce cancer rates or eliminate cancer altogether if bleach manufacturers would stop adding potassium ferrocyanide to bleach; if municipalities would stop adding laundry bleach to drinking water; if water filter manufacturers would stop disinfecting their filters with laundry bleach; if dentists would stop installing radioactive dental supplies in our mouths; and if we would prevent radon gas from entering our homes. If we were to accomplish each of these goals, we could go a long way toward eliminating cancer before cancer rates reach 100%!
Source by Steven A. Swan