The Differences Between the Woman of Three Generations
The present essay was written with data obtained during the years of 1974 to 1977, collected during research on Indian groups of the Kaingang and Guarani tribes of the South of Brasil, amongst whom degrees of acculturation vary, and from civilized women from the city of Curitiba - Paraná.
We concluded that Indian women are thinner, didn't have the habit of using high-backed chairs, although this is rapidly changing; they walk a lot and live in contact with nature. Three generations ago they breathed the pure air of the forests, were fed from the land, drank water from the rivers, planted cereals and cured themselves with herbs.
From these women’s life history, we conclude that they menstruated 120 times at the most.
Civilized women are fatter, sedentary, live in closed environments and menstruate 370 times or more.
When they wake up they wash their faces, also with water from a river, but this water is treated with aluminum hydroxide, chlorine and lime, in a sink disinfected with benzene-chloride compounds, among other chemicals, that smell like a pine forest.
They use soap composed with nitrosamides, they paint their mouths and eyes, wear perfume, deodorants for armpits, vagina and feet, with all the products mentioned above, plus heavy metals like Thallium, which is also used as a rat killer; aniline is used on shoe shine, soft drinks and foods; insecticides; pigments; benzene is also used in fuels, lacquer and detergents.
She uses talcum-powder, with Zinc and Bismuth which is responsible for 100% of the soap found in the USA. In our population, this has not yet been proven.
They brush their teeth with colorful pastes that contain hexachlorophene, and bathe with many other chemicals, known causers of bladder cancers and also of leukemia and mesenquinones from the bronchus to the cervix. All this after having slept with facial creams that promote the maturation of the vaginal epithelium, and having sprayed the bedroom with insecticides so that the mosquitoes will not bother them.
They put a watch painted with radioactive paint, take a hormone pill, some of them also take an appetite suppressant drug and others take tranquilizers - the use of which grows with age.
Her colorful food, literally refined, abundant or not, is full of other chemicals, fertilizers and residual insecticides. The pasta and the eggs also contain aflatoxins.
They eat radioactive food, in well-scoured plates, cleaned with some of the mentioned detergents, and left with the remains of steel particles from the scouring pads.
They breath products from incompletely burned fuel, Benzatracene, Benzopirene, Benzofluorentene, Indenopirene, the smelly nitrogen compounds, Asbestos, Cadmium, Chrome, Isopropyl Oil, Nickel, Cobalt, Plumb, etc., mixed with the air, all well known as causes of acute intoxications with repercussions all over the body, including bone marrow and nervous system.
We cannot estimate how many cases of leukemia, psychosis, lung and stomach illnesses are around, without also questioning their origins.
Those are the main changes that our comparison indicates.
Let us look at the possibilities of carcinogenesis:
A carcinogen in big doses causes acute intoxications that can lead to death from cancer. In small isolated doses nothing happens. It is necessary to have a promoting agent, that, isolated by itself, would not cause any repercussions.
The hormonal environment of today's women is completely different, with a higher amount of estrogens, which, by itself, does not explain the increase of breast cancer cases.
In the city of Tenente Portela, state of Rio Grande do Sul, 100 km from the Argentinian frontier, on the period of 1975-76, we have researched two cases of death from breast cancer and choriocarcinoma. We diagnosed one carcino-sarcoma of the body of the uterus and one invasive carcinoma not much differentiated of the cervix, in approximately 200 Indian women that represented the population studied.
We have also found the intensive use of organochlorine pesticides, with repercussions in the entire environment, resulting in 30% of the cases examined daily by the Medical Service for the Rural Workers. The products found are all carcinogen.
Today (1972) 600.000 chemical products are made and employed by man. The list is growing at the proportion of 500 per year.
We don't know what these different doses of chemical products are causing in living organisms.
Those chemicals can be combined among themselves ad infinitum. Even those that we don't suppose to be carcinogenic can become so, in their trip through the feeding chain, with enzymatic reactions in the living organisms.
"The impact of chemical products on food, water and air is mere conjecture and not a proven fact."
A carcinogen can stimulate the production of calculus and result in pre-neoplasic or neoplasic lesions. As an example we take the organochlorine (BHC, Aldrin, Paration, etc.). The scale insects, of the Hemipteran order, come into parthenogenesis, filling the leafs with insects, when they are sprayed with insecticide. To destroy those insects, it is necessary to employ a combination of various chemicals. As additional information, with their destruction, the plant louse increases in number, since it is controlled by the first.
An example of the combination of chemicals is given by fertilizers that result in the freeing of growing quantities of nitrites on the soil as intermediate products from the nitrification of the bacteria. Metabolites of plants and bacteria appear on the soil, as well as secondary amines. Other aminosamides are brought by the agricultural chemicals. In soils with that composition, nitrosanilines were added and those chemicals were found in young plants.
Other aspects to be considered are the radiations present all over the globe, as consequence of the atomic explosions, accidents in nuclear plants, radio-diagnosis and radioactive treatments.
The radioactive products ionize the water and the living beings, that in turn receive a new charge ingesting that water and other foods. This contamination is present in all living beings.
An example of the way the radioactive carcinogens work is made experimentally with Lithium, a substance similar to Strontium 90. When it is excreted it damages the basal membrane of the bladder, which is continuous in all mammals; this causes the toxic substance, that should be eliminated with urine, to come back to the blood flow, fixing itself on the bones, having a structure similar to bone Calcium, and also on other tissues.
And what about viruses? It would be difficult to believe that they didn't exist one century ago.
Their number is infinite, and they can act as a promoting agent or carcinogen, but, surely, they must not be considered the scapegoat of our ignorance.
Where is the logic?
We diagnose minimal lesions with a 1013 cell population, with methods that may cause the disease themselves (isotope diagnosis, radio-diagnosis, etc.). The treatments are also achieved with means that cause the disease, again radiations, chemotherapies like the Mustard Bomb that causes lung cancers, and its descendant, the cyclophosphamide, which is a proven cause of bladder cancer.
We must keep in mind that, after a period of evolution, when there has been a successful treatment of a curable lesion with a "bombing" of the cancerous continent of cells, we then diagnose again, and precociously, the same process that we have provoked with our treatment.
The emphasis given on radical mastectomy or lumpectomy are unfocused details of a problem that, in order to be better resolved, must be seen as a whole, focusing obligatorily on prophylaxis and on the neutralizing of the 600.000 chemical agents and numerous radioactive products that already are in our fat tissues and infest our environment.
We need to dismantle the biggest laboratory of experimental carcinogens existing today, which is planet Earth itself.
LESION OF 1 CM 1013 CELLS
I. Koss – SP, 1977.
90 RADS = CANCER
Abreugraphy must be done once a year by the students.
To obtain the equivalent of 10 spoonsful of refined sugar, it would be necessary to eat 1,5 Kg of sugar cane. That means a proportion of 12:1.
100% of the population of the U.S.A.
It is linked to mesenquinomes of the lung and gastric cancer in Japan.
STRESS - LUSCHER'S TEST
In 200 pregnant women.
60% had significant alterations.
In 200 cases of breast cancer there was an average ingestion of 1,5 medications per patient, varying with origin and age, with the following as the most frequent: Hormones and Tranquilizers - C.P.V.I.C.B.M - Campinas, 1977.
Indian Women – maximum number of menstruations: 120
Women in Curitiba (1976) – average number of menstruations: 348
“In the airs, waters and places.” Hippocrates.
“Men, in order to survive, will have to combat noises such as anger.” R. Koch - 1910
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