a reply to: wishes
Our health and personal observations in every single store I went to and talked to the women behind the counters, because I am having mobility issues.
And these very issues were impacting nearly 100% of the women, or their close friends and families, under 50, or around 50. And then the young
woman at the IGA.
Now Chilliwack gets very bad air conditions, though in the country near the end of the fraser valley. But the pollution blows over Vancouver and
funnels down into that area, so we got a major dump.
I don't think they attributed their problems to the Fukushima, think most people are in the dark. I hope when the fur starts to fly there will be
some major law suits and criminal charges brought against the authorities who really didn't have it so hard after all, paid enormous salaries and
pensions with really good dental plans, to do their job, manage things that serve and protect all people and their freedoms, not so hard, they're
hired for it.
And it wouldn't stop raining from September to April since just prior to 2011. It was speculated the non stop rain, even beyond normal for the coast,
was due to the ash from the volcanic erruptions in iceland.
So that started fall of 2011, in happy preparation for a dump of plutonium and strontium.
When you're looking symptoms, the problem is that its not just radiation sickness, but the actual way the various isotopes work in the body.
Strontium and Pu go to the bones.
We've moved to the dry sunny interior but am having quite the problems with mobility and taking pain killers for my legs.
I am going to make up my first batch of lipsomal C and see if this helps and have tried off and on detox's, but I can't stand taking things nonstop,
prefer to sail in and out of health rememdies.
This particular case sounds like strontium/pu to me too.
edit on 18-4-2014 by Unity_99 because: (no reason given)