Solve the Unsolved Cancer Clusters
Unsolved U.S. cancer clusters:
The 15 locations listed below are a small sample of the unsolved cancer clusters in the U.S. They have all been tested for contaminants in the drinking water and soil, but nothing above EPA acceptable safety levels have ever been found.
Fallon, Nevada – unsolved cancer cluster with multiple aquifers below – See the USGS factual data
Sierra Vista, Arizona – unsolved cancer cluster with multiple aquifers below – See the USGS factual data
Middleboro, Massachusetts – unsolved cancer cluster with multiple aquifers below – See the USGS factual data
Acreage, Florida – unsolved cancer cluster with multiple aquifers below – See the USGS factual data
McCullom Lake, Illinois – unsolved cancer cluster with multiple aquifers below – See the USGS factual data
Fairhope, Alabama – unsolved cancer cluster with multiple aquifers below – See local and USGS factual data
Clyde, Ohio – unsolved cancer cluster with multiple aquifers below – See the USGS factual data
New Castle County Delaware has 6 unsolved cancer clusters: Wilmington area; New Castle area; Bear; Glasgow; Middletown and Odessa – all with multiple aquifers below – See the USGS factual data
Millsboro, Delaware – unsolved cancer cluster with multiple aquifers below – See local and USGS factual data
Kenton, Delaware – unsolved cancer cluster with multiple aquifers below – See the USGS factual data
However, these 15 cancer clusters all have one thing in common:
Multiple aquifers flow directly below each cluster location. And because of this, adverse energy (geopathic stress) rises into the homes and offices in these areas. Each victim listed in these cancer clusters will be found to have been affected by geopathic stress a great deal of their time.
In addition, residents living in these areas know there is a high amount of other types of diseases too – not just the type of disease which gave the area its specific cancer cluster designation. And of course, that is a major clue. When the body is affected by this stressful energy for long periods of time, and the immune system becomes compromised, disease can develop anywhere in the body.
The method authorities use to determine if a cluster is present makes no sense:
The criteria currently used to determine if a cluster is present: A cancer cluster is defined as a greater-than-expected number of cancer cases (must be a specific type of cancer) that occurs within a group of people (certain age group) in a geographic area over a period of time.
In other-words, if 100% of the people in one town (or community) developed cancer, it would not be considered a cancer cluster unless there were a greater than expected number of one specific type of cancer.
Between 1961 and 1982, the Center for Disease Control used a much different criteria to determine if a cancer cluster was present – they counted every type of cancer in one area, not just one specific type as they do today. See the history of cancer clusters and the reason why they changed this criteria.
Anne Arundel County, Maryland:
Information recently released to us from the county health department listed 12 residential communities that had been investigated as potential cancer clusters since 1998. The residents of these communities reported high rates of cancer and other diseases to the county health department. Although the rate of disease was disturbingly high, there were not enough cases of one specific type of cancer for the communities to be labeled as a cancer cluster. So the investigations stopped.
Upon our recent inspection, and in all 12 cases, multiple aquifers flow below each one of these communities.
Authorities won’t find a cause until they move beyond contaminants:
In regards to the above cancer cluster investigations (and the many more not listed), the investigations were limited to testing for hundreds of contaminants in the drinking water and the soil. But no elevated levels of contaminants were ever found.
Testing for contaminants is certainly important, but it is only part of what they should be looking for.The energy released from the movement of water in aquifers (geopathic stress) will cause a stress reaction in the body, and stress hormones are released as a counter measure. If the problem is not corrected and continues for an extended period of time, the defense and immune system will weaken. Now even low levels of contaminants are dangerous.
Cancer is not new – it existed long before contaminants became prevalent in our Society:
Humans have, no doubt, battled cancer throughout their existence. One of the first written descriptions of cancer/cancer treatment is found in an Egyptian papyrus dating from around 3000 B.C. – See the history of cancer
A cancer cluster caused by underground aquifers was discovered in January, 1929:
This man showed an entire town that the location of a person’s bed has a lot to do with whether they develop cancer or not. Learn about the man who linked bed location to cancer.
11,000 case studies from 14 countries – and in every case study, two things were present – 1). Each person listed in the case study had a health issue; and 2). They were living over aquifers and this adverse energy was attacking their body on a daily basis.