Pale Faces & Black Mouths

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

Native Americans commonly called white settlers “pale faces.”

They also called them “black mouths.”

Mouth breathing (as opposed to nasal breathing) is responsible for numerous diseases, not just dental and facial ones.

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George Catlin (Shut Your Mouth and Save Your Life, Ninth Edition, 1891) wrote …

“There is no animal in nature, excepting Man, that sleeps with the mouth open; and with mankind, I believe the habit, which is not natural, is generally confined to civilized communities, where he is nurtured and raised amidst enervating luxuries and unnatural warmth, where the habit is easily contracted, but carried and practised with great danger to life in different latitudes and different climates; and in sudden changes of temperature, even in his own house.

“The physical conformation of man alone affords sufficient proof that this is a habit against instinct, and that he was made, like the other animals, to sleep with his mouth shut — supplying the lungs with vital air through the nostrils, the natural channels; and a strong corroboration of this fact is to be met with amongst the North American Indians, who strictly adhere to Nature’s law in this respect, and show the beneficial results in their fine and manly forms, and exemption from mental and physical diseases, as has been stated.

“The Savage infant, like the offspring of the brute, breathing the natural and wholesome air, generally from instinct, closes its mouth during sleep; and in all cases of exception the mother rigidly (and cruelly, if necessary) enforces Nature’s Law in the manner explained, until the habit is fixed for life, of the importance of which she seems to be perfectly well aware. But when we turn to civilized life, with all its comforts, its luxuries, its science, and its medical skill, our pity is enlisted for the tender germs of humanity, brought forth and caressed in smothered atmospheres which they can only breathe with their mouths wide open, and nurtured with too much thoughtlessness to prevent their contracting a habit which is to shorten their days with the croup in infancy, or to turn their brains to Idiocy or Lunacy, and their spines to curvatures — or in manhood, their sleep to fatigue and the nightmare, and their lungs and their lives to premature decay.”

According to the same source …

“The Registrar-General shows an average of over 700,000 infants born in England per annum, and over 100,000, which die under one year of age – 12,738 of these from Bronchitis, 3660 from the pains of teething, and 19,000 of convulsions, and says, ‘suffocation in bed, by overlaying or shutting off the air from the child, is the most frequent cause of violent deaths of children in England.'”
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    'Pale Faces & Black Mouths' have 5 comments

    1. January 27, 2020 @ 5:16 pm Atom

      A tooth’s sensitivity to heat is generally a more serious problem than its sensitivity to cold.

      Alternating between hot and cold is worse than hot or cold alone.

      Furthermore, eating an ice cream after sipping hot coffee is more of a problem than sipping hot coffee after eating an ice cream.

      http://solartiming.com/store–e-books.php#Dead-Dentists-Dont-Lie

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    2. May 8, 2020 @ 11:24 am Atom

      “Spitting out” our words keeps us from “swallowing” them.
      “Swallowing our words” imprints words (Ether) into liquid (Water) and solids (Earth).
      Editing the Spoken Word after the fact is more difficult and prolonged.

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    3. May 8, 2020 @ 11:25 am Atom

      Many homeopathic practitioners believe water “remembers” whatever was dissolved in it.
      Adano Ley kicked it up a notch, claiming that whatever we say is electrically “imprinted” into our saliva.
      Unless we spit three times while repeating, “Cancel! Cancel! Cancel!”, we’re committed to live out the Spoken Word.

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    4. May 8, 2020 @ 11:26 am Atom

      Adano Lay criticized the “overpacified and tranquilized,” saying, “I’m the [bleep] Nitty-Gritty.”
      He advocated tempering things with the middle finger to “achieve vibrancy.”
      Nitty-Gritty proclaimed, “There are two types of disciplines — the holier-than-thou and the shitty Nitty-Gritty type.
      Adano told us …
      “You are the sheep. I am the crookstick.
      “Charan Singh is the shepherd. But the crookstick comes in very handy when you get trapped in a ditch.
      “The crookstick will pull you out.
      “There will come a night when it will be very cold, and you will need me again.
      “You will burn the crookstick to keep warm.”

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    5. May 8, 2020 @ 11:27 am Atom

      Re: Polysorbate 80 is an is antifertility agent. Used in a host of vaccines.
      Yep, and that’s exactly how it grows hair back on a billiard-ball head … and why the mercury used in vaccines is no more toxic than polysorbate 80, phenol, benzethonium chloride, 2-phenoxyethanol, etc. Chest suspensions and body piercings are ancient ways of exposing the body to the “antigens” of specific and multiple “pathogens.” Most pain-killing drugs are immunosuppressive … and detoxing lowers our status on the evolutionary food chain. No pain, no gain

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