Over 95% of the world’s population has health problems, with over a third having more than five ailments
Rudolf Steiner: Rudolf Joseph Lorenz Steiner (Austria 1861) was an Austrian philosopher, writer, architect and pedagogue. He has become known as the founder of anthroposophy and its practical applications.
Bruce Harold Lipton (born October 21, 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist best known for promoting the idea that gene expression can be influenced (via epigenetics) by environmental factors i.e. people have a greater impact on their health than genetic research has previously determined. He is the author of the book, The Biology of Belief, and is a former researcher at Stanford University’s School of Medicine.
There are 18 minerals that are essential for the proper functioning of our body, but there are 4 that determine the entire balance in our body. The minerals we are talking about are Calcium, Magnesium, Iron, and Copper.
A number of myths have been sent into the world about these 4 minerals. Few people, even medical science, know exactly what is actually happening in our bodies, because almost everyone is saying the same things about the working over and over again. Most of us are stunned by the idea that if everyone says something, it must be true. But what if the information is based on assumptions rather than thorough research or perhaps has been distorted because this would be better for certain agendas? Ultimately, there is currently a huge increase in people suffering from memory loss and concentration problems (Alzheimer's is now number 3 in the top 10 public diseases), stiffness in muscles and joints (Arthritis is already found in very young children) and there is a huge increase in tumors in particular. What is going on here?
This is precisely what Rodina the Non-profit knowledge center is focusing on. We find out through our own independent research and supplemented by our own experiences of its members, how things actually work. Our ultimate goal: to improve, optimize and increase well-being and prosperity.
Rodina's volunteers have started a large-scale study into the effect of minerals and the effect on our well-being, but also the effect on the life of flora and fauna. There is much to explore and much to discover, but fortunately, we are not alone. Much has been researched by others over the past hundred years. A few had access to a laboratory due to their professional background and/or job in order to test their findings experimentally. We gratefully use their research to continue our own search.
From Rudolf Steiner* early 20th century, we have learned that every mineral represents a spirit. Thus come’s the spirit of iron from Mars and the spirit of copper from Venus. Mars is seen as male energy and Venus as female energy. The behavior of a man is different from the behavior of a woman. Father has a different role than the mother. Could it be that the decline of copper in our food, in particular, has changed the behavior of men and women in recent decades?
We learn from Bruce Lipton * that 95% of people have good genes and 5% have only one possible genetic disorder. This means that 95% of humanity should be healthy and happy.
From these assumptions we read the following in a published article in Science Daily * on 08-06-2015: that in 2013 (so more than 5 years ago) it was established that; "Over 95% of the world’s population has health problems, with over a third having more than five ailments.”
Do you still understand this? Again what is going on here?
Within Rodina, we can only conclude that, as a society, we are missing essential information. It is time for us, the people of earth, to investigate ourselves and take responsibility for the quality of our own future and that of future generations. Are there solutions that we have overlooked so far? And where should we start our investigation?
From Linus Pauling 2x noble prize winner (1958) we learn that every disease, pain complaint or ailments comes from a lack of minerals, but also recently Morley Robbins and Dr. Carolyn Dean actually says something similar. Enough reasons to investigate this further.
Why is there a lack of minerals? Can't we just get our necessary minerals through our food?
The answer is NO, since our soil has been containing fewer and fewer minerals since 1900. Rudolf Steiner already warned mankind about this in 1920 and it has not improved since, because of the progressive industrialization of agriculture. Victor Schauberger, too, has long ago indicated that humanity does almost everything 'wrong' with regard to agriculture and, unfortunately, we have continued to use pesticides, artificial fertilizer and deep plowing of the earth, so that we have all the microbes destroyed in the earth by exposing it to the destructive rays of the sun. As a result, the upper layer of the earth has been destroyed and dried out and there is insufficient bacterial culture present and the minerals are no longer available and the plants can no longer absorb these minerals. In short there can no longer be an exchange between plants and mother earth and us of vital “information”.
Today, many fruits and vegetables come from greenhouses, and these fruits and vegetables have seen a limited spectrum of our sunlight. For example: A tomato from a greenhouse contains just 40% of the minerals compared to a sun-ripened tomato. If we take a moment to consider the function of a sun-ripened tomato, which protects us naturally against sunburn, you immediately understand why many people nowadays burn faster during sunbathing. By eating greenhouse vegetables we hardly have any natural protection any more. Hippocrates wrote in 460 BC: "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food."
Another reason why certain minerals are hardly or no longer present in our soil is due to deforestation on a large scale, worldwide. The natural water cycle has been disrupted and because of that when rain is falling out of the sky the bare ground that no longer is protection by the shade of trees including their root system that can contain tons of water in the ground, the soil can’t absorb the water anymore, water is simply washed away. As a consequence our groundwater level is affected, not filled up again, and with such a "half cycle" the minerals will not become available. As a result, our soil becomes increasingly depleted and dehydrated. (This has been explained in detail in the work of Victor Schauberger).
All in all, the soil is highly depleted and with it our food and therefore our intake of minerals has become insufficient. We all experience the consequences and most of us will not immediately think of a lack of minerals when we are sick. There is more to be said and explained. This is just the tip of the iceberg. We may elaborate on this in a subsequent blog.
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Why has there so much nonsense been published, about mineral deficiency in our bodies?