Don’t Drink The Water!
Good hydration is the key to life and health. Your body needs at least 1/2 your body weight in ounces every day. So why do I say “Don’t drink the water”?
Have you heard of Water Cremation or Alkaline Hydrolysis? Water cremation is also sometimes called aquamation, biocremation, flameless cremation, chemical cremation, liquid cremation, and others. Legally, states and regulators use the following terms for the method: cremation, dissolution, chemical disposition, and alkaline hydrolysis (AH).
20 states have laws that allow for dead bodies to be dissolved in a chemical bath, disposed of like sewage, and spread all over food crops as “biosludge.”
The practice known as “alkaline hydrolysis” essentially liquefies corpses through “water cremation” using a mixture of water, heat and chemical agents. The only thing left behind are the bones, reports indicate.
Cremationists typically use either potassium hydroxide (KOH) or sodium hydroxide (NaOH), or a combination of the two, as their alkaline agents. KOH is commonly used as drain cleaner and NaOH is also know a lye.
Many of us have seen crime shows where the criminal attempts to dissolve a body using these chemicals. It’s just gross. But here’s where the drinking water comes in.
Once liquefied, these human remains are then dumped into the sewer system or boiled off, while the bones are crushed and deposited into an urn. But we don’t drink sewer water, you say. Well not directly, but several drought ridden cities over the past 10 years have been recycling treated wastewater into the drinking supply, including our own city.
Now, I have no problem with recycling in general. God calls us to be resourceful with all He has given us to take care of, but recycling humans just goes to far!
Water cremation is legal in about half of the United States. Regulators have approved and accepted alkaline hydrolysis in the following states:
- North Carolina
Texas is also currently considering allowing alkaline hydrolysis as a legal form of cremation.
There have also been reports that the sludge left over from the treatment is converted into ‘fertilizer’ for our food crops, which means liquid human remains are now being spread all over food crops too.
On top of all the chemicals that are being introduced into our food and water supply, we now have technically forced the population into cannibalism. Talk about sickening!
“We must treat the remains of all human beings, no matter how long they lived or how they died, with dignity, charity, and respect,” the Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops stated in 2019 after numerous attempts were made to legalize alkaline hydrolysis in the Lone Star State.
“Chemical digestion of the human body fails to follow this simple principle.”
“If you’ve been paying attention, and connect the dots, it’s very likely states and the freemasons and Jesuits who rule our lives are expecting mass death,” wrote one LifeSiteNews commenter about this sudden push for legalized alkaline hydrolysis.
“It shouldn’t be surprising to anyone considering Doctors and scientists have been predicting mass death in the coming months and years. What a wonderful way to eradicate any evidence of humanity.”
To learn more about toxic biosludge and how it is spread over food crops, visit Biosludge.news.
The headline reads something like this… (this is from the tax payer funded PBS)
Time Machine Turns Human Waste and Decayed Bodies Into Drinking Water
While 13 percent may not seem monumental, when it’s multiplied out to reflect the world’s current population, it means over 947 million people are without clean water every day.
As early as 2003, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation pledged funds to address water, sanitation and hygiene issues worldwide. Recent projects include reinventing the toilet. But that latest invention out of the Gates Foundation is a new contraption that will give new meaning to “eau de toilette.”
The Janicki Bioenergy Omniprocessor converts sewer sludge into water, electricity and fertilizer.
To create water, the omniprocessor boils wet sewer sludge. The collected water vapor is purified into drinking water. For electricity, the dry, boiled sewer sludge is burned, creating steam. The steam collected drives a generator that not only powers the machine but sends electricity back to the grid.
“The sanitation system as we know it in the developed world cannot work in developing countries,” said Doulaye Koné, the foundation’s senior program officer. “…what we need in developing countries is a very simple system.”
Here’s Bill Gates himself explaining the system and testing the water himself:
The Gates Foundation has not been the only organization to address safe water access. Two years ago, the UN declared 2013 the “International Year of Water Cooperation” to raise the profile of “cooperation in water management.”
There were successes. At the end of the year, an agreement between Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority freed up waters in the Middle East. But, making clean water available to small communities remains a problem.
The Janicki Omniprocessor supposedly pays for itself by selling electricity it creates back to the grid. As for the water?
“The water tasted as good as any I’ve had out of a bottle,” wrote Bill Gates on his blog, adding, “…having studied the engineering behind it, I would happily drink it every day. It’s that safe.
And we know….
- That Bill Gates could not keep us safe from computer viruses
- That Bill Gates does not know how to code
- That Bill Gates lied his way into the contract that put him on the map with IBM
- That Bill Gates is always trying to play Superman and save the world
- That Bill Gates could not keep us safe from a flu virus
- That Bill Gates is a divorced, untrustworthy, unsecure and probably insecure, blogger