Thursday, June 07, 2007

Is mercury toxicity a phantom?

June 11, 2007, is the date when Thimerosal in vaccines is going to be on trial. The many parents who are banking on justice for their autistic children are most likely going to be disappointed in the outcome by what I know of the conflict-of-interest-ridden pharmaceutical/medical community. The more and more politically oriented judges are more likely to side with the current science-averse government than with facts that have been known probably longer than written history: Mercury is a poison. Alfred Stock wrote in one of his reports an adaptation to an old Roman saying: "Quem Mercurius perdere vult, dementat prius". Maybe that is why there are so many "experts in mercury" who have a really casual attitude towards one of the worst poisons on earth. They have worked with mercury too much and they have lost their senses. It seems as soon as mercury in connection with Thimerosal is mentioned, mercury becomes harmless, a toxin with a faceless mask, a phantom. Mercury is haunting us all. But some of us still have our wits. Others are not so lucky.

It is worth remembering that ancient Rome, according to historians, gradually lost its power due to its excessive use of lead. Caligula was most likely demented because he was fascinated by the mirror-effect of mercury in the lighthouse he had built. The same goes for the Spanish kings who used lead-paint and mercury-gilded mirrors. Mercury is a poison. Why do current mainstream scientists take exception? It's smoke and mirrors. It's a phantom poison.


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