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Terramin Clay Isn't Cauterized

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[2006]

[Aajonus]

Terramin clay. A lot of people are upset because of the high aluminum. I tell them that Terramin clay is not mined at a low level where it was cauterized or molten. It was from an aqua bed, not a lava bed.

[Attendee]

Natural products that are transformed by man are highly toxic. My heat, electricity, electrical separation becomes toxic. The lead in the ground is not the same lead in the battery of a car. When you separate the aluminum in the ground in the manufacturing of aluminum, you heat it to 1900° - 2000°, you hit it with 18,000 to 20,000 volts. You separate out other metals. That's when it becomes toxic.

[Aajonus]

Right. That's what I say. This is non cauterized, was not even affected by volcanic activity. There was a thermal bed and they don't mine it where it was 700°.

They mine it at an area where it didn't approach anywhere around 97°, 96° degree, and none of those minerals, except for phosphorus are affected at 98°.

Phosphorus is altered, cauterized at 98 degrees, but that is the only mineral that's affected at that low of a temperature.

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