How can antimony affect my health?
Exposure to antimony at high levels can result in a
variety of adverse health effects.
Breathing high levels for a long time can irritate your
eyes and lungs and can cause heart and lung problems,
stomach pain, diarrhea, vomiting, and stomach ulcers.
In short-term studies, animals that breathed very high
levels of antimony died. Animals that breathed high levels
How might I be exposed to antimony?
o Because antimony is found naturally in the environment,
the general population is exposed to low levels of it
every day, primarily in food, drinking water, and air.
o It may be found in air near industries that process or
release it, such as smelters, coal-fired plants, and refuse
o In polluted areas containing high levels of antimony, it
may be found in the air, water, and soil.
o Workers in industries that process it or use antimony ore
may be exposed to higher levels.
The World is Now Demanding Answers and Accountability…
As an introduction to this article, we will first cover information to familiarize the uninformed readers as to the core facts and information so that a more complete understanding is possible, given this complex issue.
In the report Sen. Johnny Isakson was interviewed on the subject of chemtrails saying quote:
“That is a theory that some people have, but there is no evidence this is happening. This is not happening.”
It looks as if members of the government’s upper echelon and even members of the Senate will go to extreme lengths to suppress this vital information from reaching the American people.
Not to mention they signed off on the multi-billion dollar per year budgets in an economic crisis, with little to no transparency to the public.
In regards to aerosol spraying into the earth’s atmosphere, a recent update to data assembled by The Carnicom Institute reveals the chemicals used and their respective levels of concentration. The toxic levels that are being used in these aerosols goes beyond shocking – it would appear that these levels are indeed criminal by EPA Standards.