Astonishing! One Cause For all Diseases?

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Can you imagine, one possible cause of all diseases?
Can it be that gall stones, kidney stones, arthritis arteriosclerosis, emphysema, enlarged heart, obesity, glaucoma, cataracts, constipation and diabetes and many more... all stem from one common cause? Unbelievable?

Can This Shocking Information Be True?

Definition of good health: Good Health is The Maximum Postponement Possible Of Death

From an infant's first cry, to the aged person's dying breath – we all use it every day. Water! The one element we all need to survive, yet, it's the one substance, we suspect the least. If you are shocked by this, don't be, as millions of people throughout the world are still oblivious of this “culprit in the aging process”, and continue to freely indulge in it. Millions of people are suffering from the above diseases yet they are unaware that the very cause of their condition, could lie in the water they are drinking.

All the pain pills, vitamins and special diets, only produce limited relief. The arteries get a little harder, the arthritis gets a little worse, the eyes a little dimmer, kidney and gall stones get a little larger, the hearing a little fainter, digestion slows down, sugar starts appearing in the urine, constipation requires stronger laxatives – and waist lines get a little larger. It's a steady downwards spiral of feeling just a little worse than the previous day.

There Is Light At The End Of The Tunnel.

Cheer up!, there is incredibly great news in store for you – one hundred years of life – even much more awaits you. Your stiffened, arthritic joints will start loosening up. Your arteries start becoming more elastic, blood pressure starts normalizing, heartbeat action starts getting stronger, your lungs can fully expand again, kidney and gall stones start to disappear overnight, those stomach aches and pains vanish.

In his Book: “The Choice Is Clear”, Dr. Allen E Banic, an optometrist in Kearney Nebraska, U.S.A. who had an insatiable quest to trace all diseases, fatal and chronic, to one common cause. He also had a keen interest in the provocative study of old age. His research efforts took him to the tiny region of Hunza in the Himalayas, where he was to discover, one of the world's biggest shocks, a true link to the secrets of longevity, “Water”.
“From the very first page to the last word, I will attempt to show facts about water that will startle you. And from now on, until the day you draw your last breath, you will remember what I have written on these pages,” he wrote.

Among other fascinating facts about water, Dr. Banik writes about two amazing case histories, that of Dr. Brown Landone an associate who lived to the splendid age of 98 and Captain Diamond, His patient, who lived vigorously to the fantastic age of 120 years.

Doctor Landone had a heart condition at the age of 17. in our modern times, it would have required a transplant or some other dangerous kind of corrective surgery. His doctor had given him three months to live. His heart chambers and valves were coated with mineral deposits called plaque. This substance is similar to the buildup found on teakettles. Dr. Landone was determined to live. After devising a special treatment, which will be mentioned later, and which forms the basis of this article, he returned for his second heart examination, two years later. His doctor pronounced his heart perfect. Glowing with vitality of life, Landone enrolled in a medical college and received a degree as Doctor of Neurology. He practiced professionally for 50 years, then took up writing. His average working day was from between 18 to 20 hours.
At the age of 98, he could have been mistaken for a man of 50!

While practicing, he had a patient referred to as Captain Diamond, who had been bed-ridden with arthritis and hardening of his arteries at the age of 70. Dr. Landone suggested his treatment and five years later, he was teaching physical culture classes. At 103 he walked from Sacramento to New York. At 110 he danced all night long with a 16-year-old. He eventually died at the amazing age of 120!

Beware! All Water Is Not The Same.

In his book, Dr. Banik writes: “ There are at least nine different kinds of water. Some kinds can harden your arteries, form gall stones and kidney stones, bring on early senility, and all the diseases I mentioned earlier. He then writes: “ Let me classify these nine kinds of water. They are hard water, raw water, boiled water, soft water, rain water, snow water, filtered water, de-ionized water and distilled water. All are kinds of water,” he writes, but remember this: only one of these nine kinds of water is good for you. He describes the characteristics briefly.
Hard water: is water is water containing excessive lime salts, that is, carbonates and sulfates of calcium and magnesium. Any water that has run over or through the ground is hard water. The longer it filters through the ground, the harder it gets and the more harmful it can be for you.

De-ionized water: is water that have had the minerals effectively removed by filtration through resin filter beds. However, it becomes a breeding ground for bacteria, pyrogenic matter and viruses. It also cannot remove synthetic chemicals like herbicides, pesticides, insecticides or industrial solvents like benzine and turpentine.

Every year the earth's rivers carry to the sea, about ten billion tons of dissolved minerals and several other unnumbered billions of tons of carbon compounds and industrial pollutants and that is also why our fish resources are rapidly declining.

Mineral water: is water from certain springs – well known for their medicinal effects. Practically all kinds of “bottled” water are hard water. The reason this so called medicinal effect exists, is because the human body starts rejecting these foreign deposits invading it. Actually a type of dysentery exists, as the organism tries to expel this alien condition.

Raw water: is water which has not been treated in any way. It may be hard or soft – as hard as lime water or as soft as rain water. Raw water contains millions of viruses and bacteria, and is densely inhabited in every drop.

Boiled water: is recommended by many health authorities. Boiling removes none of the inorganic minerals although if boiled for 20 minutes, it does kill bacteria. However, the dead bodies of these germs are carried into our digestive systems where, mixed with ever present living germs already inside the body,starts the growth of other kinds of disease germs.

Note: While raw water is an aquarium filled with deadly micro-organisms, boiled water is a cemetery of dead germs.

Rain water: is water that has been distilled by the heat of the sun, should contain no mineral matter and no germs. But when it falls from the clouds as rain, it falls through air that is filled with bacteria, dust, smoke, chemicals, mud and minerals. By the time it reaches the earth, it is saturated with decaying matter, dirt and chemicals that even its color becomes a yellowish white.
Note: Rain water left to stand becomes infested by organisms from the rotting animal matter in it.

Snow water: is melted snow, it, too, picks up minerals, chemicals and radioactive fallout such as Strontium 90. Snow looks white and clean, but every snowflake contains some form of pollutant.

Filtered water: is water that has passed through a very fine strainer, activated carbon or some mechanical barrier. This system can trap many suspended substances several synthetic chemicals, but no filter exists that can trap or stop bacteria or viruses from getting through its fine meshes.

Distilled water: is the miracle of all water! It is water that has been turned into vapor, so that practically all its impurities are left behind. Then by condensing, it is turned back into “pure” water.
Distillation is the single purest form of water. It is God's water for the human race.
It is odorless, colorless and tasteless. The divine purpose of water, is to regulate temperature and to act as a solvent. In nature, water in evaporation is so fine that your eyes cannot see it as it is drawn up into the clouds. As a solvent, it dissolves rocks and soil. It acts as a conduit for transporting nutrients into plant life.

In the human body, water fulfills similar functions. It regulates the temperature of the body by helping take off extra heat from an intake of 3000 calories of food every day, keeping it from burning up. It also carries waste products from the body. Distilled water is the greatest solvent on earth – it is the only one that can be taken up into the body without fear of damage to the tissues

An Appalling Truth

Adding up the cups of coffee, tea, soft drinks, food and water, at this rate, solids entering the body via this route, from humidifiers, air conditioners and kettles, amount to 450 glasses of minerals in a lifetime. Not only is this a problem, but we must also add the deadly nitrates and anthracenes which are seeping into our lakes, rivers and wells. The sewer wastes, and factory pollutions, detergents included, travel upstream underground at the rate of a kilometer every six months.

My Personal Problem Solved
According to government statistics, 10 parts per million of nitrates in water can kill a newborn baby. This is serious! To put up filtering plants in our cities, would cost billions of dollars. The quickest way would be to distill and bottle water for delivery to our homes.
Alternatively, we should take the initiative and purchase domestic stills from reputable companies of which several can be found on the internet.
I will provide several links for your convenience below.

I personally contracted a local scientific laboratory to manufacture a small home unit producing 25 liters of pure distilled water per day. The health benefits are immeasurable.

Definition of good health:

“ It Is The Maximum Postponement possible, Of Death .”
(Andre' Hartslief”)




Source: http://www.purifiers.co.za/files/The-choice-is-clear.pdf


http://www.road-to-health.com/news/36/distilled.htm

http://www.eves-best.com/books-on-water-for-health.htm

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As Andre' Hartslief, I strongly believe, that In life, there are no justified resentments.”We the old legends will become relics and fade away, while new giants emerge in our world of sobering truths.

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author avatar Retired
12th Aug 2011 (#)

Interesting and informative...thanks for sharing......

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author avatar Tranquilpen
12th Aug 2011 (#)

Thank you Starrleena, as controversial as it sounds, it checks out. Obviously authorities will never admit this. It's like cars still using fossil fuel while a fantastic electric model was tested, approved and built in the US and in Japan. Several 1000 EV's were made and put on trial. Some well known people tried them out they were perfect, 100%. Suddenly they were withdrawn and shredded!

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
12th Aug 2011 (#)

Great article Tranquilpen. How expensive are good home distillers?

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author avatar Tranquilpen
14th Aug 2011 (#)

Hello Steve,These distillers are the highest quality and the most economical models you will find
http://www.steamdistiller.com/

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author avatar Retired
12th Aug 2011 (#)

I personally hate the 'taste' of bottled water. Rarely do I find good water these days. One hint I can pass to anyone looking for really good healthy water is that it will taste like really good healthy water. If it leaves you thirsty or nauseous then somethings wrong.

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author avatar Tranquilpen
14th Aug 2011 (#)

Hello Elaine, chronic toxicity is very difficult to assess, especially when more than one contaminant is involved. The fact is, the volume of research needed to assess drinking water risks has just not been done, because no one knows where to start.
Risk assessment is a complex process. It can be done, when effects appear soon after exposure. But uncertainty becomes greater, the longer the period of time between exposure and appearance of symptoms, especially when more than one contaminant is suspected. Risks involved in bottled or tap-water consumption may never be fully assessable, largely due to the overwhelming numbers of toxins that are now seeping into water supplies. And EPA has established "safe levels" for many toxins without analyzing the cumulative risk. Only in acute outbreaks of poisoning do the dangers of drinking bad water come to light, for a time:-))

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author avatar Carol Kinsman
12th Aug 2011 (#)

I knew this about distilled water and when I lived on the coast I would have distilled water delivered to my home. Now that we live in the mountains it is very expensive to have it delivered to our home. I wonder what home distillers cost? Nice article. Thank you for the reminder, Andre.

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author avatar Tranquilpen
14th Aug 2011 (#)

Helo Carole, Living in the mountain affects the quality of your water as you know as there is an abundance of minerals contained water from those regions worldwide.Here is a company that has some great prices, thank you for reading this article, please tell others about it, Andre'
http://www.steamdistiller.com/

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author avatar Delicia Powers
12th Aug 2011 (#)

Very interesting and informative,thank you Tranquilpen!

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author avatar Tranquilpen
14th Aug 2011 (#)

Hello Delicia, thank you for stopping by, and for your positive comment as well:-))

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author avatar Neha Dwivedi
13th Aug 2011 (#)

great info Tranquilpen....thanks a lot fr sharing.

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author avatar Tranquilpen
14th Aug 2011 (#)

Hello Geeta, you are most welcome and thank you for your comment:-))

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author avatar Songbird B
13th Aug 2011 (#)

Congrats on the Star page, and what an informative page this is, Andre! How I love your articles...and this one was a real eye opener..wow!

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author avatar Tranquilpen
14th Aug 2011 (#)

Hello Beverley, You have a wonderful gift, to always project positiveness my friend, thank you so much, would you kindly tell others to read it as well :-))

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author avatar Vernazoa
21st Aug 2011 (#)

What a great pen-name. Excellent article! You work should go everywhere.

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author avatar Tranquilpen
21st Aug 2011 (#)

Hello Vernazoa, how very nice of you to say that about my pen name.I sure wish my work goes everywhere.Thank you:-))

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author avatar Maria Malone
24th Aug 2011 (#)

Thanks for the informative and well written article, very interesting, I always thought distilled water was for steam irons and vaporizers lol

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author avatar Tranquilpen
24th Aug 2011 (#)

Sounds surprising I know Maria but when I was at the point of losing my life to Gangrene infection, my wife put me on distilled water, I still lust my leg, but the gangrene was completely halted and I pulled through. I often wonder what might have been, had we known about distilled water earlier. Do yourself a huge favor and get the FREE booklet above at "The Choice Is Clear, and be prepared to be shocked. I even had a laboratory technician make me up a distiller for $3000. Off course, nowadays a home still can be bought for about $100.
Thanks for reading:-))

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
19th Sep 2011 (#)

Two most wonderful things I learnt from this article:

"Good Health is The Maximum Postponement Possible Of Death" I could not realize this fact until I gave a deep thought to this definition, and any illness is a stepping stone towards Death.

"Distilled water: is the miracle of all water! ...It is God's water for the human race." But it's very difficult to use distilled water in the daily routine usage!

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author avatar Tranquilpen
19th Sep 2011 (#)

Hello Rathna, not too difficult. there are simple homemade distillers made with a four meter hose covering the hole where the valve usually sits. Use a quarter pot of tap water, and as soon as steam comes out put the pipe into a basin of cold water and the other end should produce a steady trickle of water, distilled water. This is from memory, you need to Google: simple diy water distillers, there are dozens of clever ideas.

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author avatar Tranquilpen
4th Nov 2011 (#)

GOOD HEALTH= THE MAXIMUM POSTPONEMENT OF DEATH

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