Atom’s Blog

Platinum, tin, and lead have more life force than more chemically-active minerals such as zinc, copper, calcium, and magnesium.

These metals are extremely toxic unless taken at certain times of the day in time-appropriate food, and in tiny amounts.

Platinum plus ultraviolet radiation are allies of Time Conscious Eating.

A platinum photographic print lasts for thousands of years.

Platinum is more chemically stable than gold.

Platinum contacts are widely used in everything from airplane magnetos to movie projectors.

Thin coats of platinum protect the edges of razor blades and the nose cones of missiles and spacecraft.

The National Bureau of Standards uses weights forged of platinum because it won’t oxidize.

The electronic pacemaker is made of it, due to platinum’s unmatched compatibility with human tissue.

Cisplatin (cis-platinum) dissembles and disables the DNA of a cancer cell.

Ditto for platinum chloride.

Scientists are experimenting with “the platinization of DNA bases with complexes activated by visible light.”

Bright sunlight and silica-rich spring water detoxify Cisplatin.

Violet light converts toxic platinum salts into non-toxic platinum metal.

Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) said …

“Platinum phases down cancer. If platinum chloride is administered before 11:00 a.m., uterine cancer can be cured. If it’s given later, the patient dies of pneumonia at Bladder Time.”

“Platinum and lead can be used as a laser block.”

“Platinum is a superconductor for the transmission of the light body.”

“Platinum is in yellow crookneck squash.”

“Basil contains platinum for the kidneys.”

Adano recommended drinking basil tea to remove marijuana and tobacco residues from the lungs.

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'Platinum Has More Life Force Than Zinc' have 4 comments

  1. March 31, 2014 @ 7:09 pm atomb

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  2. April 2, 2014 @ 4:28 pm atomb

    Anne M. Curtis, Marina M. Bellet, Paolo Sassone-Corsi, & Luke A.J. O’Neill (“Circadian Clock Proteins and Immunity,” Immunity, February 20, 2014) wrote …

    “Immune parameters change with time of day and disruption of circadian rhythms has been linked to inflammatory pathologies. A circadian-clock-controlled immune system might allow an organism to anticipate daily changes in activity and feeding and the associated risk of infection or tissue damage to the host. Responses to bacteria have been shown to vary depending on time of infection, with mice being more at risk of sepsis when challenged ahead of their activity phase. Studies highlight the extent to which the molecular clock, most notably the core clock proteins BMAL1, CLOCK, and REV-ERBα, control fundamental aspects of the immune response. Examples include the BMAL1:CLOCK heterodimer regulating toll-like receptor 9 (TLR9) expression and repressing expression of the inflammatory monocyte chemokine ligand (CCL2) as well as REV-ERBα suppressing the induction of interleukin-6. Understanding the daily rhythm of the immune system could have implications for vaccinations and how we manage infectious and inflammatory diseases.”


  3. April 3, 2014 @ 12:17 pm gavin

    Hello Atom,

    I’ve got a problem with dandruff and I remember you mentioning something about rancid oils.

    Can you give me something for dandruff..??




    • April 5, 2014 @ 1:35 am atomb

      Eat fresh oils three times a day in their correct Time Zone.

      Foods containing selenium can help, like a Brazil nut (one is enough) in the morning, brewer’s yeast at midday, and vegetable and animal sea food at night.

      Sometimes the lactic fraction of milk is a contributor to dandruff.


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