Are we being chemically altered into homosexuality?

Up until this very moment in writing this article I fully believed that people were born and on a genetic level were either inclined to be straight, gay or somewhere in-between. I hold no judgment and don’t believe it is anyone’s business what someone else’s sexual preference is.

 

Now with that said; I have come across information on a chemical called Atrazine. Marketed as a broad leaf grass and weed killer and approved by the FDA it seems harmless enough. After all, we all love a green lawn don’t we?

 

Why am I talking about landscaping and homosexuality?

 

It has been shown in numerous studies that (Triazine) Atrazine, an endocrine disruptor, induces hermaphroditism and over time complete feminization and chemical castration in frogs. All Atrazine exposed males in the control groups had greatly reduced testosterone levels and noticeable demasculinization. It has also been linked to breast cancer and is scientifically noted as a carcinogen, which has been banned in the European Union.

 

Atrazine is one of the most widely used pesticides in the world. It is also marketed as Triazine. Approximately 80 million pounds are applied annually in the United States alone, and Atrazine is the most common pesticide contaminant of ground and surface water.

 

I know I am making a leap here (no frog pun intended) but we, as humans, are exposed to pesticides such as Atrazine without knowing it and without our consent many times. This, and many other chemicals end up in our tap water, the water we shower and bathe in…

In 1991, the US EPA established a Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) for atrazine in drinking water of 3 parts per billion. Industrial chemicals are not tested for safety directly on humans. EPA contaminant levels are established by investigating toxic doses in animals. Human and environmental health advocates criticize this approach for ignoring chronic low-dose and multi-chemical exposures.

 

If this chemical is powerful enough to change the actual sex of a frog and it is in water we are exposed to and drink, I have to ask what is it doing to us as humans?

 

I have wondered many times what is happening to our society, as so many men seem to be becoming more and more feminine, softer, and more and more are coming out as transgender or gay. I had assumed that this was their natural state and they were just coming to a place of self-acceptance. But what if it isn’t actually happening naturally at all? What if these feelings and physical changes are being chemically induced without their knowledge or consent? Their very DNA being changed through the water supply.

 

Why on earth would the FDA or our Government allow this chemical in the water when they have these studies and see the results despite other countries banning it?

 

I am going to guess that this plays right into Agenda 21 and the New World Order. Population control becomes easy if you cannot reproduce and are sterile but even easier if you are chemically altering the males to be attracted to males vs. females, as there is no reproduction possible at all in a homosexual relationship.

 

Believe me, I know how crazy this article sounds… please feel free to do your own research and draw your own conclusions on this… my mind is blown.

 

 

References:

http://www.pnas.org/content/107/10/4612.full

http://www.toxipedia.org/display/toxipedia/Atrazine+-+Effects+on+Human+Health

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1470339/

http://www.breastcancerfund.org/clear-science/radiation-chemicals-and-breast-cancer/pesticides.html

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0166445X08000532

Originally Published: http://blogs.naturalnews.com/chemically-altered-homosexuality/

 

Test Your DNA – Discover Health Clues & Trace Your Ancestry

Thanks to advances in science we are now able to find trace our ancestry by analyzing our DNA. In recent years this has become available via the Internet to the general public. Companies like www.23andme.com, www.dnaancestryproject.com, and www.dna.ancestry.com.

How do they work?

Once you sign up on line they send you a collection kit in the mail. It is essentially a small plastic test tube with a cap. You submit a saliva sample, close up the tube and it punctures the cap and mixes with a liquid that was previously sealed. It is then returned to the company for processing via postage paid US Mail. Once received it can take up to 8 weeks.

These sites will give you a full genetic profile as well as analyze information on heritage and lineage. At 23andme.com they give you access to your data as it is ready. It begins with the analysis of your maternal line (mother’s side), giving you the Halpogroup your DNA is associated with. This traces your history back 40,000 years ago. It also will allow you to see if you have any percentage of Neanderthal in your DNA. Most non-Africans have between 1-4%. You can opt to share this information with others or keep it private.

They are no longer offering medical and health information in order to comply with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s directive to discontinue new consumer access during our regulatory review process. There is, however, a way around that.

Once you have your results, you can download the raw data files and go to http://geneticgenie.org/ to get your free methylation and /or detoxification profile. This site is free and operates solely on donations.

These secondary reports, though they contain some explanation, are still in pretty raw data form for the average person. I found that by poking around on line just doing Google.com searches on individual SNP’s (Single-nucleotide polymorphism DNA sequences) you can decipher some of it, but you really need a geneticist for an accurate read.

One source I found to do that once you have your output www.GeneticGenie.org sheets, you can then have a personal diagnosis and recommendations done through The Center for Proactive Medicine http://proactivemed.org/23andme-1/.

Tracing your DNA can be fascinating or in some cases even life changing.

Disclaimer: Do know that if you find something as a mutation of a gene it is only a notation of a possibility to be aware of and look out for. It is not a final predictor of your future health.

Source: Originally published on http://blogs.naturalnews.com/test-your-dna-discover-health-clues-trace-your-ancestry/