I first read "The Cure For All Diseases" by Dr. Hulda Regehr Clark, Ph.D., N.D. in
1995 the year it was published. The book was in most health supply stores in
Saskatchewan. I was amazed at the depth of her explorations with her home build
Syncrometer. She was finding contaminants at the billionth of a gram level with
Radio Shack technology. She was finding the causes of all the modern plagues and
following up with real solutions. I was not surprised she could no longer practise
her trade in California and had set up shop in Mexico. She was revealing truths many
corporations wished to remain hidden.
A bottle of Lugol's Solution was shipped in from Montana as none was available in
Regina. We rinsed lettuce and other veggies in a pail of water with three drops of
Lugol's and the lettuce did not wither for two weeks. What was really impressive was
the restoration of bunch of grapes. In the same pail we placed shrivelled grapes.
The next morning we pulled out plump fresh grapes and they were some of the best
grapes I ever tasted. Iodine should be the first choice as a food preservative.
I remember my mother placing iodine on scrapes and cuts in 1955. It stung and left a
brown stain on the skin. Later, Mercurochrome became the topical antiseptic of
choice. It did not sting and left a red stain on the skin. It was pulled from the
pharmacies when someone realized mercury and chromium were bad for children. In 1960
a non-staining spray antiseptic with Novocain replaced iodine and it did not sting
at all, it numbed the skin. It too was taken out of the stores. Pharmaceutical
companies were looking at ways to get iodine away from people.
Table salt has been iodinized for a century. Goitre, the swelling of the thyroid, is
due to a lack of iodine. I have been off table salt for a long time having switched
to sea salt. A lot of people are on low sodium diets. I have heard of a lot of
thyroid problems in our area. Iodine is in kelp, radishes, asparagus, carrots,
tomatoes, spinach, rhubarb, potatoes, peas, strawberries, mushrooms, lettuce,
bananas, cabbage, egg yolk and onions but I suspected that I, and many others are low on
I talked to Roland Rigg on the telephone and he used Lugol's to calm hyperactive
children and he recommended a website:
Another concern is that I live 400 miles due north of the old and leaky Hanford
Washington Nuclear Reserve and sometimes the winds blow our way. Iodine is needed to
protect the thyroid. I find it interesting iodine was pulled from the marketplace at
the time before the Test Ban Treaty of 1962. Were the available supplies of iodine
being redirected into "fallout pills" for nuclear preparedness? With all the
tactical nukes exploded above ground in the past 20 years and the use of depleted
uranium bullets and shells everyone should be taking extra iodine especially men and
women returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Iodine was of strategic importance 200 years ago as it made gun powder fuses and
detonators go bang with greater regularity. The British Navy sent ships to kelp beds
in all the oceans looking for the source from which kelp draws its supply of iodine.
No iodine was found in seawater nor in the dredging of the seabed beneath the kelp
beds. It did show up in seawater near the kelp bed from rotting kelp. Eventually
iodine ores were found containing more iodine than could be gathered by seaweed
extraction and currently most iodine is processed from natural gas.
Chemists believed iodine was not an element but a molecule made of two or more other
elements. This belief kept it from its place in the halogen column as element number
53 until 1910.
The kelp mystery was solved by C. Louis Kervran in "Biological Transmutations" 1966
following up on the 1928 work of Freundler and 1946 work of Baranger. Tin was
transmuted into iodine by kelp.
I have taken four drops of Lugol's Solution in the past two weeks. The first drop
caused a buzz throughout my body, I felt stronger immediately. The second drop fed
the cells in the skin and I felt whole in a way I had not felt for years. The third
and fourth drops continued the feeling of wholeness. I felt nothing in the thyroid
itself. A fifth drop was applied to the skin after the removal of a wood sliver.
Within a day the brown stain was absorbed through the skin into the bloodstream.
Hulda Clark uses up to six drops at a time to clear internal infections. She uses it
similar to colloidal silver. She recommends users make sure the Lugol's Solution is
not contaminated with benzene and explains in her books how to make Lugol's from scratch,
using distilled water, granular iodine, and potassium iodide crystals. I purchased my Lugol's from a
licensed formulating pharmacy in Kerrisdale Vancouver BC.
Working on the belief the human body can transmute whatever it needs from the air,
as proven by thousands of Breatharians over the millennia. I feel the thyroid can
transmute its own supply of iodine. Walter Russell in 1928 in Bell Labs was able to
transmute many different elements with a magnetic quadrapole and a tone enerator.
The quadrapole held the starting samples and the various tones triggered the
transmutations. With each tone a different element was generated. The thyroid is
overlaid by the fifth chakra in the next dimension. The chakra acting as a
quadrapole and the tone is generated by the voice box the body is able to produce
what it needs and not just iodine.
Could kelp have assistance in transmuting tin into iodine? Where does the tone come
from? Whale song?
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