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Washington Congress on Anti-Radiation & Confront
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You’ve Never Seen it. But You’ve Known it.
„The ability to confront is the ability to have space. You have to have space in order to have a universe. And space is freedom!“ —L. Ron Hubbard
The „Cold War“ between America and Russia was heating up. And with world leaders demonstrating their „power“ to each other, with ever increasing tests of nuclear bombs, they were also creating consequences they couldn’t conceive. For while a nuclear test in Russia may seem to have nothing to do with an auditing session in Florida, when Ron discovered there was a link—he acted. That is, quite in addition to its obvious physical effects, radiation was slowing processing and clearing. Moreover, it wasn’t just in the geographic locale of nuclear tests, but virtually planetwide.
What followed was the call for an „Emergency Congress,“ in a location that couldn’t have been more appropriate—the Hall of Nations in Washington, DC, overlooking the White House itself. Whereupon Ron first unveiled his research to find any means of addressing the effects of radiation on the body and his discovery of startling effects of nicotinic acid (niacin). Here’s the full story of what Ron described as the „educated“ vitamin, and the original breakthrough that underlies the technology of the Purification Rundown.
Even more, here is the greater story of radiation as not just a present‑day problem, but an aberrative factor in practically every incident on the whole track. From that revelation came a flood of breakthroughs applicable to virtually all of life—from the bottom‑line solution to psychosis, to new technology for raising a being on the Sub-zero Tone Scale—capable of confronting anything. And that’s just a glimpse of what this congress contains—bringing solutions to problems as old as time itself, and as current as today’s headlines.