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Does copper cause AIDS?
Sep 27, 2002

Would you agree, that AIDS as well as many other diseases are caused by the metals of our internal circuitries such as Copper? Copper is one of the oldest metals on this planet the highest producer of heat and electricity, most certainly enough to activate any dormant virus. A virus will always find a heat spot to attack which in turn will effect tissue. Heat creates pressure and force which can cause tissue to disconnect exposing metallic nerve strands which than begin to shift, cross wire and knot, but they can also wrap around tissue strips causing deadly entrappments. Exposed metals of course are toxic, consequently metallic poisoning will occure rapidly. Internal coloured lights will begin to flash and memory will project photo imagery from early childhood, based upon reversal of time.

Response from Dr. Dezube

I do NOT believe that AIDS is caused by copper. I have never, ever read anything of a credible nature that would support such a theory.


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