Slow Kill – Why Are The Controllers Poisoning Us?

by Gregg Prescott, M.S.

Our water, air, and food supplies are all being poisoned as the eugenics train moves forward. Why are the controllers poisoning us and what can we do about it?

“When your earnings are exhausted on food and shelter, your labors are no longer viewed as an opportunity for economic advancement, but rather as an act of self-preservation. In the real world, that’s called slavery.” ~ Vincent Happy Mnisi

Our basic rights to exist rely on what we are able to eat, drink, and breathe. If any of these three components are compromised, then so is our health. If organizations such as the WHO, the FDA and EPA are in place to watch over our health, then why are there so many toxins in our air, water and food supplies? For example, after the Fukushima disaster, the EPA raised the toxicity levels of how much radiation is acceptable to the human body.

We are all economic slaves to a broken system of fiat currency. We work 40-plus hours a week, 50-plus weeks a year until we’re old enough to retire but are too elderly to fully enjoy our golden years. The best years of our lives were given to the same global corporations who have kept us financially enslaved.

Ask yourself this: If there was no such thing as money, what would you be doing with your life? After having fun or traveling, eventually you’ll want to do something. Your answer will often lead you to your life purpose.

Eugenics is defined as the study of or belief in the possibility of improving the qualities of the human species or a human population, especially by such means as discouraging reproduction by persons having genetic defects or presumed to have inheritable undesirable traits (negative eugenics) or encouraging reproduction by persons presumed to have inheritable desirable traits (positive eugenics).

Its become obvious that there is a eugenics program in place in order to cull the world’s population through the poisoning of our food, water, and air supplies.

Part I: Water
“When the well is dry, we learn the worth of water.” Benjamin Franklin
While water is the world’s most precious commodity, it is also a basic right for all of humanity. In 2003, a United Nations report predicted that by the middle of the century – in the worst case – 7 billion people in 60 countries could be faced with water scarcity.

Our planet is covered with more than two-thirds of it being water, but freshwater is only about 2.5 per cent of it, while the rest is salt water. Out of the available freshwater, two-thirds of it is locked in glaciers and in permanent snow cover. The available freshwater can be found in lakes, rivers, aquifers (ground water) and rainfall runoff.

How long can you go without water?

As Mahatma Gandhi proved in the 1940’s, the body can go more than three weeks without food but because the human body is at least comprised of 60% water, it needs to water to function properly. At the maximum, depending on the conditions, one week would be the longest period you could go without water but for most people, it would only be three to four days. In the most optimal of conditions where the temperature stayed around 70 degrees (21C), it’s possible that one could survive up to 12 days without food or water. Conversely, if the temperature was significantly warmer, then surviving without water mat only last several days, even if you were to be sitting in the shade.

In extreme heat, the human body can lose up to 1.5 liters of water per hour through sweat.

The consumption of alcohol would cause quicker dehydration due to excessive urination.

But this only addresses the need for water and not what is IN our drinking supply.

In some areas of the United States such as Utah, Washington and Colorado, it is illegal to trap your own rainwater or to divert water from a stream or river into a holding reservoir.

While drilling for your own water supply through the local aquifer would be preferred, most people are reliant upon city drinking water, which does not filter out many of the pharmaceuticals that are in it through urination and limited filtering processes, along with the addition of fluoride to the drinking water in some countries.

In an article published by the Associated Press, it was stated that Pharmaceuticals have been found in 24 major metropolitan cities, including anti-depressant medications, anti-seizure medications, anti-inflammatory medications, painkillers, even caffeine. Additionally, the Associated Press revealed that the drinking water of at least 41 million people in the United States is contaminated with pharmaceutical drugs.

A study by the U.S. Geological Survey published in the journal Scientific Reports, found that birth control drugs were found in unfiltered tap water which could cause a possible widespread infertility epidemic in the coming years.

Big Pharma is not in the business of finding cures because there is no money to be made without repeat business through prescriptions that constantly need to be refilled. The human body absorbs and expels these pharmaceuticals, which ultimately end up in our water supplies. Despite filtration processes at water plants, pharmaceuticals continue to be found in our drinking water.

One has to think about the consequences this has to all forms of water life, both freshwater and salt water, along with anything that consumes tap water, such as humans, pets, and plants.

For many countries, the allowable level of fluoride in drinking water is 1.5mg/l. This is an arbitrary number that has never been proven to be safe. In fact, even trace amounts of fluoride have been shown to be ‘a functional liability to the nervous system.’


As reported by Christina Sarich on NaturalSociety, the CDC states that the “EPA’s enforceable standard for fluoride in public water supplies is 4.0 milligrams per liter,” but this far exceeds any safe amount of fluoride that we should be drinking. A Russian study entitled, “The Effect of Small Quantities of Fluorine on the Human Body” concluded that low concentrations of fluorine in drinking water (1.5mg/l) cause changes to developing tissues, and harms the development of ‘higher neural activity in humans and animals.’

Fluoride is commonly found in water supplies, toothpaste, and mouthwash but you will also find it in processed foods made with tap water. Fluoride is a poisonous waste that is so toxic that it cannot be directly dumped into the ocean or any water supply.

If you look at the back of any fluoridated toothpaste, you will find a warning saying that if you swallow a pea-sized amount of toothpaste, you are supposed to call the poison control center. According to Dr. Bill Osmunson, a “pea-sized” amount of fluoride is found in every small 8 ounce glass of fluoridated tap water.

The following is a brief history of fluoride. While this greatly pertains to the United States, you’ll also see why other countries need to be concerned as it’s also being put in our air supplies.

1931 Fluoride in drinking water is found to be the cause of brown teeth – now known as dental fluorosis.

1931 H.Trendley Dean of the U.S. Public Health Service initiates studies on fluorides under the jurisdiction of Treasury Secretary Andrew Mellon. Mellon is founder of Alcoa aluminum, who is one of the main suppliers of toxic sodium fluoride as a by-product of aluminum manufacture. He publishes a purposely skewed study showing that, at 1ppm, fluoride results in the reduction of tooth decay.

1940 Soviet concentration camps maintained by fluoride administration to inmates to decrease resistance to authority and induce physical deteriorization.

1943 The Journal of the American Medical Association on September 18, 1943, states, “fluorides are general protoplasmic poisons

1944 Oscar Ewing is put on the payroll of the Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA), as an attorney, at an annual salary of $750,000. Within a few months, Ewing was made Federal Security Administrator, with the announcement that he was taking a big cut in salary. The US Public Health Service, then a division of the FSA, comes under the command of Ewing , and he begins to vigorously promote fluoridation nationwide.

A by-product of aluminum manufacture is toxic. Ewing’s public relations strategist for the fluoride campaign was the nephew of Sigmund Freud, Edward L. Bernays. Bernays conducts a public relations campaign to promote fluorine ingestion by applying Freudian theory to induce public acceptance. It was one of Bernays most successful campaigns.

1944 The Journal of the American Dental Association on October 1, 1944 warned that “We do know that the use of drinking water containing as little as 1.2 to 3.0 ppm of fluorine will cause such developmental disturbances in bones as osteoporosis, and we cannot run the risk of producing such systemic disturbances in applying what at present is a doubtful procedure intended to prevent development of dental disfigurement in children. In the light of our present knowledge or lack of knowledge of the chemistry of the subject, the potentialities for harm far outweigh those for good.”

1945 As a result of government propaganda on fluorides, the ten year Michigan study was terminated after 1 year. The fluoride-free control city, Muskegon, was then fluoridated to conceal any differential between the two cities.

1950 Soviets add fluoride to water in prison system to maintain subservience in the inmate population.

1952 The American Dental Association publishes an issue of its Journal instructing its dentists not to discuss their personal opinions about fluoride.

1952 From 1952 to 1956, the cities on the “fluoridation list” began to fluoridate their water supplies. As the process of water fluoridation continued, the cancer death rate of the fluoridated cities began to far exceed the rate of the unfluoridated cities.

1954 A study is published which links fluorides and the development of cancer in animals.
Ref: A Taylor, “Sodium Fluoride in the Drinking Water of Mice”, Dental Digest, Vol 60, pp170-172.

1958 In October 1958, Dr. J.F. Montague, a medical doctor, published material reflecting his growing concern over fluoridation in the Journal of the International College of Surgeons, connecting the presence of fluorine in the human body to cancer.

1960 The American Dental Association issued a pamphlet for public consumption called Fluoridation Facts: Answers to Criticisms of Fluoridation. In defense of the use of toxic fluoride compounds in public water supplies (which is a grievous crime against humanity, since it means mandated involuntary public medication), they used the logic that “people have been known to live to a ripe old age” in areas where the water supply is fluoridated.

Unfortunately, they neglected to mention that the addition of fluoride to the water supply correlated directly with the number of still births, mongoloid children, brittle teeth and enlarged dental root structures, adverse spinal conditions, osteomalacia (softening of the bones) and osteoporosis (abnormally porous and spaced structure inside bone) in the medicated population as opposed to control populations that were unmedicated.

1963 A study is published which links fluorides and development of cancer in animals. Ref: Irwin Herskowitz and Isabel Norton “Increased Incidence of Melanotic Tumors…Following Treatment with Sodium Fluoride”, Genetics, Vol 48, pp307-310.

1971 Germany bans water fluoridation.

1973 Netherlands bans water fluoridation.

1975 Dr. John Yiamouyiannis publishes a preliminary survey which shows that people in fluoridated areas have a higher cancer death rate than those in non-fluoridated areas. The National Cancer Institute attempts to refute the studies.

Later in 1975, Yiamouyiannis joins with Dr. Dean Burk, chief chemist of the National Cancer Institute (1939-1974) in performing other studies which are then included in the Congressional Record by Congressman Delaney. Delaney was the original author of the Delaney Amendment, which prohibited the addition of cancer-causing substances to food used for human consumption. Both reports confirmed the existence of a link between fluoridation and cancer.

1977 The Congressional Subcommitee on Intergovernmental Relations convenes two (2) full Congressional Hearings on the subject of fluorides. During the hearing, it was proven that:
  1. The “scientific efforts” of those promoting fluoridation were fraudulent, and
  2. Other existing studies proved beyond a doubt that approximately 10,000 excess cancer deaths per year could be attributed to fluoridation in the United States.
1977 Congressional representative L.H. Fountain, chairman of the 1977 Sub- Committee Hearings on Fluoride, states that “the carcinogenic nature of fluoride remains unanswered” and orders the U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS – who is in on the fluoride conspiracy anyway) “to conduct animal studies to see if fluoride causes cancer”.

Dr. Herman Kraybill, from the National Cancer Institute (who in 1972 had been chosen by NCI to write a memo saying that fluorides do not cause cancer) was placed in charge of these studies. Kraybill boldly states, “this will be the final study to confirm negativity of fluoride ions in carcinogenesis.” He cites 13 studies having nothing to do with the subject of fluorides and cancer in order to support his claim that “no link between fluorides and cancer existed.” (NCI Director Dr. Arthur Upton later admitted the 13 studies had nothing to do with the subject of the study).

1977 Congressional Hearings were held in which Dr.Yiamouyiannis and Dr. Burk were able to show that the increase in deaths were due to water fluoridation. At the conclusion of the hearings, Representative Fountain and his committee instructed the United States Public Health Service (well known by now for questionable and dangerous medical advisory practices which benefit the medical and pharmaceutical industries) to conduct animal studies to “determine whether or not fluoride causes cancer”.

1979 In order to counteract the tide of truth on fluorides, the American Dental Association (ADA) issues a “white paper” on fluoridation. It characterizes opponents of public water fluoridation as “uninformed, self-styled experts whose qualifications for speaking out on such a scientific issue as fluoridation were practically nonexistent, or whose motivation was self-serving.”

1979 The January 20th edition of the New York Times carries a story in which a child was killed because of a lethal dose of fluoride at a city dental clinic. The parents were awarded $750,000.

1979 On November 11th, up to 50ppm fluoride was dumped into the Annapolis Maryland water supply, resulting in the poisoning of 50,000 people. Many died of heart failure during the week following the spill.

despite all of this, in

1990 The American Dental Association issues a Press Release which states “water fluoridation remains the safest, most effective, and most economical public health measure to reduce tooth decay.”

1990 The National Toxicology Program in February 1990 releases its pathological data tables with a cover letter which, in a turnabout, claims “there has not been any evidence that shows a relationship between fluoridation and cancer or any other diseases in humans”, and “water fluoridation has proven highly effective in improving the nation’s dental health by markedly reducing tooth decay”.

The NTP final report, issued in March, omitted all studies which showed genetic damage from fluorides, and important studies showing that fluorides induce tumors and cancers were ignored.

1990 Dr. John Colquhoun in New Zealand is forced into early retirement in New Zealand after he conducts a study on 60,000 school children and finds no difference in tooth decay between fluoridated and unfluoridated areas. He additionally finds that a substantial number of children in fluoridated areas suffered from dental fluorosis.

Robert Carton, PhD formerly President of the union of Government Scientists working at the US Environmental Protection Agency said: “Water fluoridation is the greatest case of scientific fraud of this century, if not of all time.”

In the journal, Clinical Toxicology of Commercial Products, 5th ed., Gosselin, et al, 1984., it is stated that there is not a single scientific or laboratory study from anywhere in the world which proves that fluoridation reduces tooth decay in humans. There are, however, hundreds of published scientific papers which show that water fluoridation is dangerous to human, animal, plant and aquatic life, which is no surprise, since fluoride is more toxic than lead and only marginally less so than arsenic.

You can find out a lot more about this in the article “The Hidden History Of Fluoride” on

A 2003 study by the nonprofit Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) found that due to a combination of pollution and deteriorating equipment and pipes, the public water supplies in 19 of America’s largest cities delivered drinking water that contained contaminant levels exceeding EPA limits (either legal limits or unenforceable suggested limits) and may pose health risks to some residents. So even though it may test fine at its source, public water may still pick up contaminants on the way to your house.

Contaminants that sneaked into city water supplies studied by the NRDC include rocket fuel, arsenic, lead, fecal waste, and chemical by-products created during water treatment.

Bottled water isn’t necessarily the answer because it has its own issues.

A four-year study conducted by the nonprofit National Resources Defense Council (NRDC) in 1999 found that “bottled water regulations are inadequate to assure consumers of either purity or safety.” Bottled water is regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), while the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) oversees tap water standards. FDA testing for bottled water is more lax than EPA testing for public water—tests are conducted less often, and for fewer contaminants. For example, the FDA does not mandate testing of bottled water for cryptosporidium, a parasite that poses a serious health threat to those with weakened immune systems and the elderly. Tap water is regularly tested for cryptosporidium. The NRDC study authors also tested 1,000 bottled water samples from 103 brands, and found that one-third contained contaminants that exceeded FDA-mandated levels.

The NRDC website states that even when bottled waters are covered by FDA’s specific bottled water standards, those rules are weaker in many ways than EPA rules that apply to big city tap water.

City tap water can have no confirmed E. coli or fecal coliform bacteria (bacteria that are indications of possible contamination by fecal matter). FDA bottled water rules include no such prohibition (a certain amount of any type of coliform bacteria is allowed in bottled water).

Bottled water plants must test for coliform bacteria just once a week; big-city tap water must be tested 100 or more times a month

Cities generally must test at least once a quarter for many chemical contaminants. Water bottlers generally must test only annually.

Cities must have their water tested by government-certified labs; such certified testing is not required for bottlers.

Tap water test results and notices of violations must be reported to state or federal officials. There is no mandatory reporting for water bottlers.

The NRDC found that one-fourth of bottled water is actually just tap water, with or without extra filtration (labeled “from a municipal source.”) FDA rules allow bottlers to label their water “spring water,” even though it may be treated with chemicals or mechanically pumped to the surface. And there’s no guarantee that the spring itself is a pure one: One brand of spring water traced to its source by the NRDC came from a spring that bubbled up into an industrial parking lot, adjacent to a hazardous waste site.

For more information about bottled water standards, please visit the NRDC website.
“Thousands have lived without love, not one without water.” W.H. Auden
In the upcoming years, water could become more precious than gold if we cannot find a way to provide the world with clean drinking water.
“We need a new global culture that finds the existence of millions of thirsty people thoroughly and immediately unacceptable.” Jean-Michel Cousteau
What we can do:

In Kenya, a massive underground lake was found that could supply the country with fresh water for up to 70 years.

In an article published in Science magazine, a huge underground reservoir was recently discovered 400 miles below the earth’s surface that contains 3x as much water as all of our oceans combined.

Additionally, huge fresh water aquifers have been discovered underneath the ocean floors are believed to exist in Australia, China, North America and South Africa.

In a recent development, a team from MIT discovered a way to use solar panels to charge a cache of batteries which powers an electrodialysis machine that removes salt from the water and makes it perfectly drinkable.

So between the aquifers, lakes and reservoirs that are located beneath Earth’s surface, along with the newly discovered invention of converting salt water into drinking water, there should be no excuse as to why clean drinking water cannot be enjoyed by everyone on this planet.

If you don’t have your own well water, then invest in a quality water filter that will removes as many toxic ingredients from your water as possible. There are many different types of water filters, so be sure to get the one that works best for your particular water concerns. There isn’t one specific water filter that will remove every contaminant from your water supply, but you can remove a significant amount of these contaminants with the right filter.

The best type of filter to remove chlorine and its byproducts is a combination carbon/KDF (Kinetic Degradation Fluxion) adsorption filter (not to be confused with “absorption”), which range from shower and faucet filters to sink and whole-house filters. A regular carbon filter won’t remove chloramine, so look for a catalytic carbon filter instead ( such as ones from Sweetwater). You also want to be sure to change your water filter often because these can become a haven for bacteria.

File fluoride complaints on the local and federal levels.

Dr. Masaru Emoto’s research into water concluded that positive thoughts and intentions can physically change the structure of your water.

For example,You can also add ozone into your drinking water for added protection. You may even consider combining positive thoughts and intention with the ozone for supercharged water!

Lastly, activism is one of the best ways to be heard. For example, you can write to your congressman and let him know how displeased you are about the fluoridation of water and alert that particular person about the dangers of fluoride. Call and ask your utility if it uses chlorine, a suspected respiratory and neurological toxin, or chloramine, a suspected blood and respiratory toxin. Chlorine combines with organic elements during the water treatment process to produce carcinogenic by-products.

Stay tuned to and for Part 2: The Poisoning Of Our Air Supply

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Here’s How Many Days A Person Can Survive Without Water;

Heat Stress Awareness Training;

Collecting rainwater now illegal in many states as Big Government claims ownership over our water;

Pharmaceuticals in the Water: Why Medication Contamination is a Danger to Our Health and the Environment (transcript);

Drinking Water of 41 Million Americans Contaminated with Pharmaceuticals;

Pharmaceutical birth control pollution in drinking water could cause fertility apocalypse in U.S.;

National Standard Levels of Fluoride Still Cause Nervous System Damage to Children;

Professional Perspectives: Fluoride in Tap Water;

The HIDDEN History Of Fluoride;

The Facts About Water Filters;

Bottled Water – Pure Drink or Pure Hype?;

A Massive Underground Lake Found in Kenya Could Supply the Country with Fresh Water for 70 Years;

Scientists discover an ocean 400 miles beneath our feet that could fill our oceans three times over;

Huge Freshwater Aquifers Found Under Ocean Floor;

Scientists are turning salt water into drinking water using solar power;

Dr Masaru Emoto On Human Consciousness And Water;

Music Used In Video:

Podington Bear -Swale

Chenard Walcker – Water

Lee Rosevere – Still Water

The Polish Ambassador – Waterhome

Damon Boucher – The Game

Broke For Free – Drop of Water In the Ocean

Sick To The Back Teeth – Fear Of Water

Weirdomusic – Drip drip drip

Anima – The Rain Dance

Kai Engel – Interlude – In Anxious Shadows

The Polish Ambassador – Prayer For Rain ft. Ryan Herr & Lizzy Plotkin

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About the Author:

Gregg Prescott, M.S. is the founder and editor of In5D and BodyMindSoulSpirit. He hosts a weekly spiritual show on In5D Radio and promotes spiritual, metaphysical and esoteric conferences in the United States through In5dEvents. His love and faith for humanity motivates him to work relentlessly in humanity’s best interests 12-15+ hours a day, 365 days a year. Please like and follow In5D on Facebook as well as BodyMindSoulSpirit on Facebook!

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