This information taken from "The Cure and Prevention of all Cancers" book is valid also for HIV cases and other diseases
There are two kinds of water in the USA and in the world. The world is patterning after the USA in its water processing and delivery. Hopefully, this will be investigated very carefully by all nations trying to sanitize their food and water.
One kind has the cancer-causer, the other kind does not.
Water should be pure and free of bad bacteria; it should bring us minerals, some oxygen, a proper magnetic polarization (to be discussed later) and it should even taste good. The Federal Drug Administration (FDA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and even the Department of Agriculture have shared the responsibility for good water quality and have done their utmost to keep it so. They could not prevent the universal contamination of our water with hundreds of solvents, metals, pesticides and other chemicals. They could not prevent the tragedy that we now see in an explosion of illnesses beginning in childhood. We already have a generation of sick children. There was no reason to suspect the water, which we all, sick or healthy, have come to rely on. It is regularly tested, though not for the correct items.
It is not ordinary water contaminants that make the difference we are searching for. The ordinary ones are present in both waters and consumed by all people and are already being tested. In spite of being undesirable, these do not make the decisive difference between getting cancer or not…although they do for many other diseases.
Water is usually treated with aluminum to help it filter clear of sediment as it is passed through sand beds. It is then disinfected with chlorine gas. This is done in nearly all water treatment plants. Chlorine gas bubbled through water produces assorted harmful and even carcinogenic chemicals, but, again, most people have been drinking such water and do not get cancer. It is not chlorine gas or aluminum that causes cancer.
After the water leaves the treatment plant it is tested for its "free" chlorine level at certain checkpoints, because this level tends to get lower and lower. A certain level needs to be kept up, a few parts per million (ppm) of active chlorine. This is what kills bacteria.
Adding more chlorine gas on a small scale, if the total-chlorine were low, would be prohibitively expensive at these numerous small checkpoints. Chlorine gas is also very dangerous to handle.
Consequently, technicians have been trained to calculate how much liquid chlorine (bleach) needs to be added at any one checkpoint. This is much less expensive or dangerous. They have been taught which bleach has the EPA registration number and the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) stamp to legalize its use in drinking water, and where to buy it. It comes in double strength concentration, large bottles, and 4 bottles to a crate, a most unwieldy package! It also comes in larger containers for manufacturer's use and other big consumers. A plastic crate is the only legal way to transport this rather hazardous fluid because it contains 12% chlorine instead of the 6% that we are accustomed to handling. The bottles must always be carried in this crate or returned that way for safety's sake. It is not suited to engineers and workmen who must often speedily repair pipes. It is certainly not convenient for housewives, farmers, or the average citizen.
All the detailed requirements for allowing bleach to be added to the public's water were expected to lead to a carefully protected process of adding a food-grade substance to our drinking water. But it did just the opposite.
Bleaches Are Not Equal
Somewhere a myth got started that "bleach is bleach" and any bleach would do. Advertising blurred the difference intentionally. Government memos do not specify the food grade varieties for contact with drinking water. It would justify stopping at the corner store for a bottle of bleach—to fix a water pipe, to pour down a well, to wash tables in a restaurant, to rinse dishes or mixers in a drug manufacturing plant. Before there were many kinds of bleach on the market, perhaps such a myth did little harm. Now that many kinds of bleaches are on the market, it does a great deal of harm. The new bleaches arriving in the supermarkets in the past few decades have changed considerably. Some have "whiteners and brighteners" added, which implies "dyes and metals". The words "ultra", or "super", or "regular" make no difference. Many have other additives. It was already known generations ago that adding "bluing" to your laundry made it appear "whiter". Old-fashioned bluing was a cobalt compound and methylene blue, a heavy metal and a dye. Now laundry bleaches have a huge assortment of dyes, and the heavy metals include barium, lead, lanthanum, nickel, cadmium, chromium, cobalt, ruthenium, and yttrium, for example. There is no set recipe for these, suggesting they are some other industry's wastewater. They were never meant to be drunk, of course, only applied to clothing and bathrooms.
The Syncrometer® typically finds about 20 heavy metals in a sample of popular bleach. All have many azo dyes meant for cloth and paper, not food. Most have asbestos and shocking solvents. Shocking, because their PCBs, malonic acid, benzene and isopropyl alcohol are well known to contribute to cancer. Shocking to have motor oil and even wheel bearing grease and a high level of radioactivity. Compare this to the legally designated, NSF grade bleach meant for drinking water (see table on page 62).
Just which brand of bleach is being used can easily be discerned. Bleach varieties only resonate with themselves using the Syncrometer®. So if you test water samples for the presence of local supermarket varieties of bleach, you can tell which one you are inadvertently drinking. You can also find which variety is used in your water filter or softener and on the produce in your supermarket.
Through a simple-minded error of using laundry bleach instead of NSF grade bleach, your water can receive the stamp of cancer.
Modern bleaches contain extremely toxic dyes. Being used for laundry, we could not expect these to be safe, edible dyes. The Syncrometer® detects those already banned 50 years ago in food. Some are legally allowed. The Syncrometer® always finds Fast Garnet, Fast Green, Fast Red, Fast Red Violet, Fast Blue, Dimethylaminoazobenzene (DAB, or butter yellow), Sudan Black, in fact, the entire list on page 644.
Unknowns In The Drinking Water
I do not know the source of the dyes, asbestos nor heavy metal ingredients shown in the table on page 62. I do not know the source of the malonic acid, motor oil or wheel bearing grease. I do not know the source of the isopropyl alcohol or even the potassium ferrocyanide. The polonium, cerium, and promethium could be expected in any large body of water. They are everywhere in the air.
The water with laundry bleach disinfectant does not look different from healthful water. It is clear and sparkling, tastes good, and meets all the requirements of the water regulators. The requirements do not include tests for the ingredients I found. Such non-NSF bleach also appears to be allowed in water filters although water in contact with a filter is meant to be drunk!
Maybe the activated carbon (filter) makers believe the carbon will filter itself when in use. It does not. It contaminates all the water passing through it, instead. Was this not tested?
Water Softeners Contaminate
Maybe the water softener manufacturers believe that their softener salts will obediently keep to one side of the kitchen faucets and that nobody will use the hot water faucet to cook with, or make instant tea. But they do. And softener salts do not keep to one side. They contaminate both sides, in fact, all the water pipes. It is tempting to justify this belief on the basis that the crossing over of chemicals from the "hot" faucet to the cold faucet must be very small. Indeed it "must". But if we were dealing with plutonium or are dealing with polonium we should certainly apply a much more stringent standard than ever before! These are some of our most toxic elements.
Project of 1999
My project in 1999 became "which one of the ingredients in laundry bleached drinking water made the difference between getting cancer or not in all cases?"
I had already found the PCBs, benzene, asbestos, set of azo dyes, set of heavy metals, malonic acid, isopropyl alcohol, motor oil and wheel bearing grease to distinguish the 2 bleaches. But not one of those was present in 100% of cancer cases. Those that were a part of sets or in the form of compounds seemed unreachable in their vast numbers and many were unavailable as test standards.
24 Common Solvents
Nevertheless, I tested each of a set of 24 common solvents, about 40 more metals, 14 lanthanide elements, and a few radioactive elements (radon, uranium, americium, thorium, and radium). None of these were 100% associated with cancerous tumors. None was present in the water sample of each cancer patient. The task looked infinite, requiring more time than might be available for me (age 72).
Amateur Radio To The Rescue
The clue came by accident. A fellow amateur radio operator had used his old military Geiger counter and found a higher level of radioactivity than normal "background". He had tested the skin surface of his wife who had just been diagnosed with lung cancer. He implored me to revisit such a study with a similar Geiger counter he had loaned me a number of years earlier. My first data looked surprisingly high in radioactivity. Could it be? The Geiger counter is not meant for a skin study. Most of the radioactivity would get missed! Then why were his wife's readings higher, especially over the bones in special "hot spots"? I immediately tested 2 lung cancer cases myself. The readings seemed exceptionally high, but it would take much too long to reach figures that were statistically significant. I invested in an automatic counter with timer. Meanwhile my colleague's measurements had to stop when his wife, Julie, died. From diagnosis to death was a scant month. The tragedy was unspeakable. His mourning turned into action and spurred mine.
A New Geiger Mueller Counter
With my new counter and samples of water, food, even the very walls of a house, potting soil, softener salts, potassium supplements, fertilizers, the picture soon became clearer. We are not suffering from average spreading of radioactivity from postwar bomb testing. We are suffering from surprising indiscretions, right now. Our chlorinated water, grapes, strawberries, tomatoes, citrus fruit and raisins are much higher in radioactivity than the background! Our dental supplies including caps, composite, anesthetics are much higher and will become permanently attached to the inside of the body as they solidify. The amalgam itself, and porcelain, or veneers are much higher, too! How could we put the toxins we fear most, such as spread of contamination along with nuclear capability, right in our mouths?
Moreover, our 2 kinds of drinking water had 2 kinds of radioactivity.
There is radioactivity all around us…from outer space, from underground, from our houses, even from ourselves. It all adds up to an average amount. So when you wish to measure the radioactivity in some potting soil you must know what is "normal" for that spot first and then subtract it from the gross count. It is called "background".
The radon-family, often called "daughters", was often present in the saliva of a cancer case, but not always. In fact, polonium, the most suspect, could not be studied for lack of a pure sample. Two lanthanides were present much too often, cerium in cancer victims and promethium in healthy people. These results brought more questions than answers.
Pure Polonium Passes All Tests
Eventually, I obtained very small samples of rather pure radioactive elements (within legal limits). They included promethium as well as polonium. Fortunately my "Maybe polonium" did possess the true element and a year's data was saved.
The difference between cancer-causing waters and NSF water is polonium, in a complex with cerium (a lanthanide), followed by potassium ferrocyanide instead of the NSF PoCe-potassium ferricyanide. This time there were no exceptions. Every cancer case had the ferro chemical. Others had the ferri variety. Was the bleach company putting in the wrong chemical to prevent scaling and save the water pipes?
"Scaling" refers to the deposit that settles on the inside of a water pipe, making it pass less water. Chemicals can be added to reduce this. Of course, you drink the chemicals along with the "loosened" "scale".
Maybe it does little harm to rub the polonium-cerium-ferrocyanide bleach against your skin after doing the laundry. But the Syncrometer® sees the cancer-complex being absorbed by the skin and passing right through to a deeper organ. I suspect it causes our skin cancers, as well as metastases. Skin cancer is so common now that it equals all other cancers combined. It is not even counted in the statistics regularly given for cancer. Skin cancer is blamed on the sun! Added to your drinking water, the following dozen toxins do incredible harm: PCBs, benzene, asbestos, a heavy metal panel, azo dye set, isopropyl alcohol, malonic acid, wheel bearing grease, motor oil, dissolved plastic and rubber, iron cyanides, methylene blue. Children suffer greatly from such water, getting kidney disease, lowered immunity and poor appetite.
The bleach variety in your kitchen water makes the difference between those who get cancer and those who do not.
Legitimate food-grade bleach, the kind stamped with the NSF mark and given a registration number has none of these dozen toxins (categories), nor the cancer-complexes. But it does have radioactivity—no doubt from the buffers used to manufacture it, which are mainly phosphates. It does have the disease complex: PoCe-potassium ferricyanide. This combines with other parasites if MUSTARD oil is present. This is how we get our non-cancer diseases.
All the cancer patients seen in the last 7 years, including many not seen but merely tested, had these same dozen toxins and potassium ferrocyanide together with popular laundry bleach in their drinking water. The same set was seen in their saliva, lymph, organs, and tumors. This comes to a very large number of patients, well over a thousand. Not a single cancer case was missing this set in their bodies. But a few patients had the evidence only in their tumors or lymph, not saliva. These persons had recently moved to a new home and luckily found good water so the body was already detoxifying itself.
Distilled water or filtered water is very hungry water! It has no minerals in it. It will try harder to pull the metals from the pipes. If you have copper pipes it will pull copper and lead (from solder joints) from the pipes much more than before. Position the filter so this can't happen. Change at least the pipes to the kitchen, hot and cold, to PVC (or the new POLYETHYLENE PIPE) as well as the pipe to the water heater. Best is to change all your pipes to PVC at the same time. It is very inexpensive and therefore fought by the plumbing industry.
From: "The Cure and Prevention of all Cancers", page 53-73; Copyright notice)