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Dangers of pollution in rivers, etx

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Jimfarmer:
From the Zetatalk newsletter or May 8, 2011, at http://www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/issue240.htm

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Water born pathogens or pollutants are something citizens of industrialized countries are rarely concerned about. Their tap water comes from deep aquifers or well water, long filtered by nature and without any nutrients by which pathogens can sustain themselves. Or the water is purified by various means before distribution. But during the Earth changes accompanying the 7 of 10 scenarios, flooding fills the wells with dirty water, and mountain building destroys pipelines. This is a situation that will only increase in all parts of the globe, bringing diseases such as Cholera, Dysentery, Polio, and Hepatitis which are all water borne diseases. During the sinking of the plate tongue holding Indonesia, the lack of clean drinking water has produced a crisis for many. And as the top of the S American Plate rolls westward, breaking water pipes for many communities along the plate border in Venezuela or in the mountain building regions, the citizens simply take to the rivers to collect drinking water, not thinking of the consequences.



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Per the Zetas, who have long preached about the necessity of distilling drinking water to remove heavy metals and kill pathogens during the process, this is not a small matter!

ZetaTalk Comment 4/30/2011: This is an immense problem. In populated areas, sewage water will mix in, or the surface water will be contaminated with sewage simply because doing it in the bushes will be the handy toilet. Numerous human diseases are spread in this way, with cholera and dysentery topping the list, though various virus infections such as hepatitis and polio can likewise be spread via human feces, living outside the body for a time. We have stressed that heavy metals will be found in groundwater due to cracks in the ground where magma has forced up, and due to volcanic ash that has washed down with the rain. Distillation resolves all these pollutants and infectious agents and should absolutely be used.

What was done in the past? There are those in the sinking zones in Indonesia who are cooking today with muddy water, as their fresh water sources have become contaminated. This is not an issue that is merely historical, something that was done in the past, as history will repeat itself. Humans survived, during past pole shifts, primarily in regions where volcanic ash was not heavy, or where fresh water emerged from aquifers where heavy metals had settled out over the econs and infectious agents died from lack of nutrition in the aquifer. It was luck, and location, location, location that allowed those humans to survive.
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The newsletter also contains excerpts of news articles about water pollution in Java, Borneo, and Venezuela.

redhairedgirl:
thanks, Jimfarmer for this post. I am in the process of buying a small farm - there are several good rivers here, most parcels/farms have irrigation ditches and private wells. Being originally an urban girl, I face a learning curve here. This post has helped.
redhairedgirl

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