LEAD POISONING ATTACK OF WOMEN
by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© May 2019, LD Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is solely the opinion of the author and for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
At this time, May 2019, we are seeing some rather bizarre rogue attacks. We believe this is because the rogues are being cleared from the earth and are very angry.
Among the attacks is a type of attack upon women in which the rogues spread lead dust throughout their homes, on the steering wheel of their cars, and elsewhere.
The women become very angry and oppositional or argumentative. This seems to be directed mainly at women who are mothers or wives. If you feel this might include you, we can help you clean up and get well by getting on a development program and asking for help.
CLEANING THE HOUSE
If this is going on, here are some hints for cleaning up the house. Note that lead has a somewhat metallic smell and looks and is a grayish powder that the rogues are able spread around one’s home, car and more.
NO GOING BAREFOOT. Always wear socks and shoes.
WEAR LIGHT-COLORED CLOTHING, preferably white. This makes it much easier to see the grey dust.
WIPE THE CAR STEERING WHEEL with a rag, soap and water each time before you get in the car. Do not use a baby wipe because these are being poisoned, as well.
CLEAN CARPETS OFTEN.
SHOES – Wipe them out every day before putting them on.
WASH THE KITCHEN OFTEN. Wear white kitchen gloves to clean, such as the white ones from Mr. Clean. If they break, get new ones.
The lead affects objects more than it affects the air. However, you can get an ionizer/ozonator air purifier, and clean it once/month.
BED SHEETS need to be cleaned at least once or perhaps twice a week. Get cleaning help
ARMRESTS ON COUCHES need to be removable so you can cash them easily.
SILVERWARE. Keep out only what you need for your family. Put the rest away in a covered container for parties and gatherings.
SEAL UP EVERYTHING.
CHECK THE WASHING MACHINE, although this is attacked less than objects one touches more often, such as the REFRIGERATOR DOOR HANDLE AND STOVE CONTROLS.
WASH OFTEN ANY OBJECTS YOU TOUCH. This includes purses, keys, wallets, credit cards, hairbrushes, toothbrushes and more.