Dr. Ilya Sandra Perlingieri

The late Dr. Ilya Sandra Perlingieri was an environmental writer, educator and the author of the highly acclaimed book “The Uterine Crisis”, the result of 15 years of independent research linking women’s reproductive illnesses with invisible environmental toxins. For decades, Dr. Perlingieri wrote about the links between chronic exposure to environmental toxins and dramatic increases in illness. Her cross-disciplinary lecture at the Consciousness Beyond Chemtrails conference in 2012 was streamed live to over 30 countries.

In addition to her graduate academic degrees, she also had formal herbal training and studies in the US, London, and Italy. With a background in both science and art (and a deep love of music) Dr. Perlingieri took a cross-disciplinary approach to all her research.

Sadly, Dr. Perlingieri passed away in October 2013. Rest in peace, “Dr. P”.

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Connecting the Dots: Solutions to America’s Invisible Health Crises

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America’s Invisible Crises – Connecting the Dots (Part 3)

“First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.”

- Mahatma Gandhi

This is the first time in human history that we face a constant, deliberate, and multi-pronged assault on our health. There are 100,000 chemicals on the market today. Most have never been tested for human and/or animal safety. So, we continue to be un-informed guinea pigs for military and governmental hidden agendas.

Added to these are chemical-based hormone disruptors, brain excitotoxins, and the now chronic exposure to the EMF spectrum and aerosol Chemtrails. These are ALL implicated in and destroying our ability to be healthy, to think clearly, and to function well. There is no place on our beleaguered planet that is safe.

There are also three more poisons that I want to include briefly: fluoride, chlorine, and nuclear radiation.

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