turated animal fat, and cattle were fed through grazing. Both of these events changed the ratio of N-6 to N-3 fats in our diets.
When cattle graze on grasses, they are consuming some alpha-linolenic acid, an N-3 oil. This healthy oil is incorporated into their tissues, which ultimately ends up in the meats we consume. In addition, people ate more vegetables, usually freshly grown in their own gardens. With the formation of more and more corporate farms, feeding methods and growing methods changed.
Increasingly, cattle were fed grains devoid of N-3 fats and often higher in N-6 fats. Corporate farms utilized fertilizers devoid of most of the essential minerals needed by plant foods and crop rotation began to disappear. As a result, soils became more and more depleted, while at the same time they became more contaminated with herbicides and insecticides.
Many pesticides contain mercury and fluoride. With each year's application, soil contents of these contaminants increased. Crops grown in these soils were not only devoid of major nutrients, but also contained high levels of fluoride and other toxic metals.
With the growth of interstate trucking on a large scale, locally grown crops were displaced by regional crops that were then picked and shipped across country. Today, we have international shipping of crops that line our grocery shelves. To be able to have these transported crops arrive fresh, they are picked before the foods are fully mature, which translates into even lower nutrient contents.
If all this was not bad enough, dyes area added to many foods to make them appear healthier--apples and tomatoes redder, peppers more colorful, and strawberries deeper red. Newer biodegradable pesticides are now more toxic and are applied to certain vegetables with waxes that make it impossible to avoid this dangerous additive (called Auxigrow). Ironically, MSG has been shown to stimulate hunger by lowering blood glucose, something that elates the food industry.
Health and Nutrition Secrets (that can save your life), Dr Russell L. Blaylock, MD
in hormone which is considered the "happy hormone" the more you have the happier you will be- Produces melatonin hormone which is considered the "hormone of darkness" great for deep revitalizing sleep- Produces DMT (dimethyltryptamine) which is known for spiritual experiences, not necessarily of this world- The synthesizing of DMT causes neurons to fire- During meditation, the pineal and pituitary glands have been shown to vibrate in unison- Pineal gland got its name because it resembles a pine cone- Vatican City has a large statue in the shape of a pine cone in the Courtyard of the Pine Cone, maybe 15 feet tall - Pineal has the second highest blood flow in the body next to the kidneys- Most fluoride in the body accumulates in the pineal and this is one reason for its calcification- On the back of the US one-dollar bill is an image of a "third eye"- It's outside of the blood-brain-barrier which technically makes it not in the brain- Has a lens, cornea, and retina like your physical eyes. - Bioluminescent, so it is stimulated and activated by light- ELF waves (extremely low frequency) adversely affects the pineal gland- Unplugging all electronic devices (ELF devices) while you are asleep will help increase dream recall, lucidity, intuition, telepathic abilities, astral projection & things yet to be discovered- Herbs like mugwort, wood betony, alfalfa, parsley, and gotu kola are great for the pineal- Alkaline and distilled water help decalcify the pineal
TPS was created in 2011, in time for our first 9/11 Truth Marathon. Many thanks to Jim and SkyBlueEyes for helping with the background design and layout and Sky, BP, IC Freedom and others for all the hours spent in the Conference room for our Popcorn & Movie Topic Nights.