Minerals that Remove Radiation From Your Body: Zeolite, Bentonite & French Green Clay
"The First Thing I'd Put in My Bug Out Bag"
Forbidden Knowledge TV | Apr 21, 2011 | Alexandra Bruce
Forbidden Knowledge TV
April 21, 2011
This clip isn't ideal production-wise but there is very important information, here.
Ingesting clay and taking clay baths has been repeatedly observed to draw out all forms of radiation faster and more effectively than other approaches.
When you add a teaspoon of either of these three minerals to a glass of purified water the ionic properties of these is such that they electromagnetically attract and bind with heavy metals, toxins and radiation particles in your blood, through the cells in your intestinal walls and are then passed out of the body. You can also decontaminate your drinking water and milk from radiation with these minerals. The finer-ground the mineral is, the more effective it is. The finest ground is called "colloidal."
Iodine pills will NOT protect a person from uranium, cesium or plutonium radiation exposure.
French Green Clay (i.e., Montmorillonite) and Zeolite were both taken internally after Chernobyl. Chocolate bars and biscuits containing French Green Clay were distributed to the exposed population. Sandbags of Zeolite were dropped into the seawater near the Fukushima nuclear plant to adsorb radioactive Cesium that was present there in high levels.
[Note: Absorption is the incorporation of a substance in one state into another of a different state (e.g., liquids being absorbed by a solid or gases being absorbed by a liquid). Adsorption is the physical adherence or bonding of ions and molecules onto the surface of another phase (e.g., reagents adsorbed to solid catalyst surface)].
"Zeolites have uses in advanced reprocessing methods, where their micro-porous ability to capture some ions while allowing others to pass freely allow many fission products to be efficiently removed from nuclear waste and permanently trapped. Equally important are the mineral properties of zeolites. Their alumino-silicate construction is extremely durable and resistant to radiation even in porous form. Additionally, once they are loaded with trapped fission products, the zeolite-waste combination can be hot pressed into an extremely durable ceramic form, closing the pores and trapping the waste in a solid stone block. This is a waste form factor that greatly reduces its hazard compared to conventional reprocessing system." --Wikipedia
This is how the French nuclear industry processes its nuclear waste, which is then buried in holes bored into solid granite mountains, far removed from any tectonic plate boundaries. The US has yet to manage the problem of its nuclear waste. Much of it has been pumped into the ground and has destroyed vast aquifers. The nuclear munitions plant at Hanford, WA has contaminated the Columbia River Basin, a topic that is covered in tomorrow's hair-raising video. You'll probably want to revisit this page after you've seen the clip I'm broadcasting tomorrow!