Minerals, Genetics & Long-term Effects of Cesium 135, 137, Iodine & Strontium 90 | Richard Olree

After the stunning connection was made linking the 64 sequences (or codons) with a specific mineral, the absence or presence of minerals in the human diet has helped to explain both degenerative disease and optimal health. An understanding of how minerals direct the three- dimensional structure of amino acids is explored along with the laws of physics as they relate to minerals. This in turn affects how DNA becomes RNA and how RNA creates three-dimensional proteins.

The relationship of minerals to subatomic particles as it ties in to the constant flow of magnetic energy in the human body will be explored. Understanding the constant flow of energy as it pertains to the circadian rhythms, acupuncture, and gene expression entanglement will be introduced. An understanding of what are the most important minerals to keep the human gene code working will be explained.

Aubrey Keith Brewer (1893–1986) developed a theory of the High pH Cancer Therapy with the mineral cesium and this grew out of his understanding of the physics of the cell membrane. Later studies by Dr. Marilyn Tufte confirmed uptake of cesium by cancer cells. “Alkalize or Die” is a saying in the alternative health industry in reference to cancer treatment and cesium is at the center of the therapy that Dr. Brewer was utilizing in an effort to control the proliferation of cancer cells. The cesium that is used in alternative cancer procedures is referred to as cesium chloride and vibrates or resonates at different frequencies to that of radioactive cesium.

The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster has provided the entire Northern Hemisphere with an abundant amount of cesium in the form of cesium 137 and cesium 135. The consequences of such widespread radioactive particles affect the genetic stability of DNA-based life forms. What are the consequences of the other radioactive minerals such as strontium 90, iodine 131, xenon 131, 133, 135, 137, and 138, tellurium 129, chlorine 38, cesium 134, 136, and 137, arsenic 74, yttrium 91, and lanthanum 140?

The fallout effect on plants is also documented. Fasciation, or cresting, in plants is a rare disorder marked by abnormal growth. It is predominantly caused by a mutation in the meristematic tissue. Plants in the Northern Hemisphere are showing increased signs of fasciation and radioactive stress. As expected, fasciation is more common now in Tokyo, Japan, where it affects dandelions so readily that it is becoming “common”. Increased levels of fasciation are occurring even in our country, but to a lesser degree.

Cesium follows the potassium, sodium, rubidium, and lithium pathways in the human body. Any alteration to cesium can and often does affect these other pathways. Proper mineralization through a change in diet or via supplementation can help prevent or mitigate the fallout effects. Mineralization can help to prevent genetic mutation or fasciation in our biological society and the reasons why will be discussed.

Bio: Dr. Richard N. Olree JR. is a 1981 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic. He has been in private practice as a Doctor of Chiropractic for over thirty years. Dr. Olree owns and operates a health food store and has his own line of mineral supplementation. He is also the co-author of the book Minerals for the Genetic Code. Dr. Olree travels the country lecturing to organic farmers and alternative healing practitioners about minerals, genetics, and remineralization of the human genome.

Recorded at the 31st annual SSE Conference in 2012 at the Millennium Hotel in Boulder, Colorado, USA.

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Published on November 14, 2018