Sunday, September 16, 2012
Recently there was a episode on CBS talking about Alzheimer's disease. Many years ago William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, addressed this issue. I realize that this may be at odds with conventional thinking of medical science but I am offering for you reading because we have found that their information has never failed in its accuracy.
Questioner: There is such an increase in this disease called Alzheimer's. Is this related in anyway to the hormones they are giving animals?
The Council: Look more to a metal product.
The Council: Yes. You are taking in more aluminum into the body than you have ever in the past.
Questioner: Through cookware and what else?
The Council: Through cookware, through body preparations.
Questioner: Such as deodorants?
The Council: Yes.
Questioner: The aluminum chlorhydrate in deodorants?
The Council: Yes, you are spraying such things directly on the skin. It is being absorbed by the skin and taken into the system. It is collecting in the brain tissue itself.
Questioner: I have a question about the aluminum. What about the blood-brain barrier and what about the fact that within a family that lives together, eats together, has the same diet, one will have Alzheimer's and five won't?
The Council: Well, it depends on the individual system, first of all. There are blanket statements that can be made as a point or an example, "let's look." Do you understand? But each individual will have its own tolerant level or level of tolerance, and each individual then will be able to deal with whatever conditions establish a disease according to their own level or on an individual basis. Do you understand?
Questioner: Yes, I understand all that, but what I am getting at, is there some reason that aluminum will cross the blood-brain barrier in some people and not in others? Or doesn't that have anything to do with it?
The Council: Let us put it this way, the aluminum has an affinity for brain tissue. If you take a look at the composition of brain tissue, you will find a strong draw between the molecular structure of aluminum and the structure of brain tissue. Not only that, it being of a heavier nature or a more dense nature, it does not wash out of the system as readily. It is not as instantaneously destructive as other heavy metals, such as mercury or lead or what have you. They can do their damage in other organs of the body and do it quicker where the aluminum is an element that works slower and it works on a cumulative basis, up to a point. So you must look at these situations and what is the affinity of certain elements to the body, to the structure of the body. If you can find that relationship, it would be very easy then to be able to produce a serum that would negate that relationship, thereby eliminating the problem, but you would also then have to backup that with care in seeing that such a product would not be introduced in the system in some other way or continue introduction into the system.
If you consider the, how can we put it, the activity of the amino acid on the transference of hormones from the brain to the body. Do you understand what we are talking about?
Questioner: No, but keep going, maybe I'll catch up.
The Council: If you understand how amino acids can cause a transference or activate hormonal changes from the brain to the blood system. If you can understand that, the aluminum oxide, if you would understand better, it will be transferred in a similar method. There is a need for carriers. So if you think along those lines and consider then possibly some sort of vaccine that would break that attraction, you would be able to eliminate to a certain degree the accumulation of the aluminum. Further challenges or investigation could come up with a leaching of that aluminum out of the brain tissue. Before a certain amount of damage is done, if this were instigated, then the final effects of the Alzheimer's disease could be eliminated.
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