With the dire nature of the situation at Fukushima slowly emerging, we now know that what Billy Meier was told by Ptaah, within days of the initial disaster, was absolutely accurate. In fact, it would seem that what Ptaah told him, “And the occurrence of the now-threatening, ultra super worst-possible-case-scenario, as you call it, is only a question of time,” is actually now upon us.
This video, along with not yet substantiated reports of two very recent (December 30, 2013) earthquakes in the region, supports such concerns. (Meier has already said that Tokyo will have an earthquake but he didn’t give the date.) Of course there’s going to be unnecessary sensationalism surrounding an already bad situation and I don’t want to add to it. The reality of it is most likely beyond our immediate comprehension as it is.
It would certainly also not be true to say that there are any magic recipes for remaining completely unaffected by the existing and ever-worsening situation.
In light of that I want to suggest a couple of measures that may provide some protective health benefits. So I encourage you to do your own research.
I’m providing the following information about supplementation because it now seems quite obvious that optimum levels of essential nutrients, including those that may assist in this situation, are no longer present in the majority of foods, despite current propaganda negating the value of supplements.
From all of the online reading I’ve done I’ve learned that one of the major problems is the huge amount of deadly strontium 90, which can be absorbed by the bones, teeth, etc., and create cancers, leukemia, etc. Here is one, brief article about that and there are plenty more online for you to research. You’ll find that a calcium deficiency allows the absorption of strontium 90 but not so much can be absorbed where calcium is abundant.
There is also much pro and con about calcium supplements and in my reading it seems that proper absorption of calcium from supplements requires sufficient amounts of vitamins D2 and K2. One product that contains calcium, D2 and K2, as well as other synergistic vitamins and minerals, is Bone-Up, made by Jarrow. You can find it sold at discounted prices on various sites online.
Obviously, I feel a little funny about “selling something” pertaining to this situation. But since there are reports that the government has looked into buying 14 million doses of potassium iodide, and Modifilan (which is the only supplement I’ve sold for years) is a natural alternative with many additional benefits, I offer it to you for its specific applications:
“Modifilan is said to have unique anti-carcinogenic, cholesterol-lowering properties with documented ability to remove both radiation and heavy metals from the body, along with other valuable health benefits for people with thyroid conditions, etc.
Modifilan was first developed in the Russia in the late 1960’s after radioactive fallouts occurred at nuclear labs and power plants. Russian scientists found that brown seaweed – Laminaria japonica had the strongest healing effect for treating radiation poisoning. It has perfect group of elements (ionic iodine, laminarin, alginates and selenium), found in one natural source.”
While the individual bottle price is very low, the fact is that if one wants the ongoing benefits of this product for themselves, their family and friends, obtaining it by the case is the best way to go. This is especially true also taking into account the present and future levels of radioactive contamination, the unpredictability of future availability of Modifilan due to transportation, environmental and/or other unforeseen considerations.
With all that in mind, I have made an arrangement with the manufacturer to also get the absolutely lowest possible prices, including for case prices, which also include shipping within the U.S.
Please contact me for more information.
*The mainstream press is finally beginning to acknowledge what many of us have long already known. This article, while it’s from Alex Jones’ website, which is often viewed as “conspiratorial” in nature, was linked from the front page of the (somewhat right-wing, anti-environmentalist, climate change denying) mainstream Drudgereport.