Buy Physical Honey Bee Pollen, Not Paper
Silver Vigilante, Chief Editor
With rampant fiat devaluation as a policy of virtually each nation-state on the planet at the behest of demise-of-the-state globalists who hide behind the keystone transnational corporations, precious metals lure people as a means of protecting their savings. But, in this day-and-age, financial collapse is not the only thing against which one is forced to hedge if they have the means.
There are numerous natural crises plaguing the planet, also generally due to the policies of the aforementioned transnational corporations. Alongside exploitative industrial practices in numerous fields, such as the Oil Industry which directly benefits from the “Washington Consensus” or full-spectrum dominance of the military-industrial complex, the food system is also in crisis. Not to mention, for just over a year Fukushima has been spewing radioactive materials into our atmosphere and oceans.
Further, the bee population appears to be in steady decline. This is no surprise considering recent swathes of animal die offs across the world. Albert Einstein once said that as soon as the bees died, human civilizations would be on the brink.
That’s why food is an investment. As chemtrails line the sky dropping nano-aluminum and barium salts to strip natural systems of their nutrients, cell phone towers and HAARP send frequencies into individuals made into antennas from the heavy metals with which they are bombarded, such as the aforementioned nano-aluminum. All animals and plants experience these same attacks, and it affects them in the same manner as was intended for the human population by the PPP (psychopaths in power).
The mainstream media oftentimes touts the precious metals as “alternative investments” for strange and paranoid people. They generally don’t consider investments into the barest of resources: food. Food for the dominant culture is something you pick up in a jiff from the neighborhood supermarket or restaurant. Many families do not have enough food at their homes to last them a day in the event of mass closure of food outlets. They expect the supermarket to always be full and open for business. In reality, though, both from the perspective of price and your own personal longevity, investing in food is one of the smartest exercises for an individual.
Today at my local farmer’s market I visited the Sunflower Organics booth in Encinitas, Ca., and made the ultimate strange and paranoid investment: I purchased ten 16oz. jars of honey-bee pollen which I intend to store for the long-term storage. I know that honey keeps forever, and in the ambrosia I purchased – a hybrid of bee pollen and honey –I purchased a formula that will help me battle allergies and will give me my nutrients for a full day, if not the calories or water. One tablespoon of the stuff, according to many who tout bee pollen as very beneficial to one’s health, and I have my nutrients for a day. Of course, calories are a different story.
Bee pollen contains vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, lipids, and protein and comes from the pollen that collects on the bodies of bees. Bee pollen may also include bee saliva.
Dr. Mercola states that bee pollen is 40% highy assimilable protein and is “one of Nature’s most completey nourishing foods.” Bee pollen provides a high content of the nucleic acids RNA and DNA.
Moreover, in 1992, Steven Schecter, N.D., senior professor at the Alternative Medicines Research Institute and director of the Natural Healing Institute stated that bee pollen could be used to significantly reduce the usual side effects of radium and cobalt-60. He also reported that bee propolis had been documented to be effective in clinical stages of radioepithelitis, the inflammation of epithelial tissues due to radiation.
And so, precious metals are not the only investment one can make to protect themselves from perceived chaos. The bees are apparently screwed, so buy physical honey. Do not buy honey ETFs, as if you do not own the honey in your possession, then you basically don’t own the honey at all. I highly recommend looking into Sunflower Organics for their ambrosia hybrid of honey and bee pollen if you are in the southern California region. Otherwise, be on the lookout for a formula that was concocted within your vicinity for best results.