Filmed on 16 August 2018
Hello, Dear Ones, It’s Alice. I Am of the Stars.
I heard the weirdest astral story just now! I heard from the Martian bacterial colonists of my large intestine that when chlorine was introduced into the drinking water in the cities, in the suburbs, they had to develop a workaround, through recombinant DNA technology, so that they could survive in the GI (gastrointestinal ) tract of human beings, and that they think that this workaround may be affecting the cancer rate in human beings.
I know there has been a big increase in cancer rates; but I am not sure how the issue of chlorine in drinking water would relate to that. And so, I ask that those of you who are in that medical field look into life expectancy before and after the introduction of chlorine into drinking water, in specific locales. A combination of various locales might be best, so as to avoid error in the data, and to improve the strength of the data.
If chlorine in drinking water is in fact correlated with higher cancer rates in humans, one might think of looking at these lines of research …
- Since positive emotions affect longevity, then is it possible that chlorine in drinking water is affecting emotion in human beings?
- Since too much stress affects health adversely, could it be that chlorine in our drinking water affects the level of expression of stress in the body?
- Would these higher cancer rates be because of the chlorine itself, or is it something that the chlorine is killing, in the human colon … something that would otherwise be beneficial for human longevity?
If the chlorine is correlated with higher cancer rates in humans, then I would look into workarounds for that … For instance, might otherwise be beneficial to human beings? Would there be a simple way to neutralize the chlorine in the drinking water in the home, prior to drinking it? Would water filter systems in the homes … maybe even Brita types of filter systems that are available in the large department store chains … would they eliminate the chlorine from drinking water?
Isn’t chlorine a base, so, would there be a way to buffer the water in the home, so that the pH in the water would be more similar to the pH in body itself, and more compatible with the pH requirements of our Martian bacterial colonists of the large colon?
If higher cancer rates are found, and if they are the result of something the chlorine is killing, in the human colon, might that ‘something’ be beneficial bacteria?
I was looking at an abstract just now, that showed use of probiotics has a positive effect on nervous system function, and that use of probiotics can help allay anxiety, depression, autism, obsessive-compulsive behavior, memory impairment …
Link: “Effect of Probiotics on Central Nervous System Functions in Animals and Humans: A Systematic Review,” by Huiying Wang, In-Seon Lee, Christoph Braun, and Paul Enck, in J Neurogastroenterol Motil. 2016 Oct; 22(4): 589–605, Published online 2016 Oct 1. doi: 10.5056/jnm16018 … PMCID: PMC5056568 … PMID: 27413138 … https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5056568/ ..
The abstract mentions improvement in mood, for instance, which might affect stress level. Could it possibly be, then that use of probiotics might allay an as-yet-unanalyzed cancer correlation for those that drink chlorinated water?
By ‘probiotics’ are meant certain types of beneficial bacteria, in particular, Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus. So then, might populations of these bacteria, amongst the gut flora, be those longevity-sustaining gut symbionts that are adversely affected by chlorine in drinking water? And thus, their re-introduction into the gut might reverse the putative deleterious effect of the chlorine?
In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
Link: “Gut Flora,” from Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gut_flora#cite_note-CNS_SystRev_2016-8 ..
Link: “The Martian Archives: Bacterial Colonists of Earth,” by Alice B. Clagett, Published on 9 July 2017; last updated on 25 August 2018, https://wp.me/p2Rkym-7sz ..
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