CI Collaborates with NHFC

CI Collaborates with NHFC

Late on the night of September 23rd, Clifford Carnicom, founder and president of Carnicom Institute, set out by train from Spokane, Washington to attend the 2014 United States Health Freedom Congress in St. Paul Minnesota. He was invited by Diane Miller, JD, Director of Law and Public Policy for the National Health Freedom Coalition (NHFC), and the National Health Freedom Action. These organizations bring together leaders from across the country who are working toward health freedoms and the legislation which can secure these freedoms for people in the United States. Clifford was honored to be invited and to offer a view of his work to people unfamiliar with it. At the same time, he was eager to learn about the work of the other members. I interviewed Clifford upon his return.
Webinar

Webinar

Webinar Topics: 1. Discussion of a recent research paper that discusses an environmental filament sample collected within the last few months. The relationship of the sample to examinations of the "Morgellons" condition will also be discussed. 2. A brief summary of the Carnicom Institute status and needs will be presented. 3. A question & answer session will be provided.
MORGELLONS…  A Natural Medicine Approach

MORGELLONS… A Natural Medicine Approach

Ms. Scott outlines a natural outlook toward the toxins being found in our air, water, land, and food, and offers healthy ideas to help others who want to remain healthy in their lives. One of the things Ms. Scott discusses is ridding the body of toxins using products like diatomaceous earth, which is known to pull metals out of the digestive tract for elimination. Her experience with the Morgellon's condition has led her to understand that rather than seeing the sores common to those who are assumed to have Morgellon's 'disease' as symptoms of the disease itself, but should be seen as a healthy reaction of the body to rid the body of these elements that are believed to be sprayed from aircraft in the aerosol operations that have been observed by so many and so exhaustively researched by Clifford Carnicom. Ms. Scott continues with discussions about doctors who are working in the area of Morgellon's, and that it isn't seen as a disease per se, but rather as the polluting of our bodies with poisons, plastics, metals and salts believed to have been delivered in the aerosol programs. Important health regimens and caveats are included in Ms. Scott's article to keep us healthy and give us a sense that we are on track to understand what we are experiencing. A close relationship between us and our doctors is stressed, as is the idea that our overall health is critical to helping keep these invaders in our bodies at bay.
PHOENIX PROTEST APRIL 29, 2006    SATURDAY : 11:00AM – 4:00PM

PHOENIX PROTEST APRIL 29, 2006 SATURDAY : 11:00AM – 4:00PM

Details are given here for the planned Aerosol Program protest in Phoenix, Arizona on April 26, 2006. Noted activist Rosalind Peterson will be speaking. Carnicom’s note: The following scheduled protest against the aerosol operations is announced to the public; it is recommended that this announcement be distributed to the public as widely as is possible.
LOS ANGELES PROTEST MARCH 23, 2006    THURSDAY – 9:00 AM

LOS ANGELES PROTEST MARCH 23, 2006 THURSDAY – 9:00 AM

Details are given here for the planned Aerosol Program protest in Los Angeles, California on March 23, 2006 at Senator Barbara Boxer’s office. Carnicom’s note: The following scheduled protest against the aerosol operations is announced to the public; it is recommended that this announcement be distributed to the public as widely as is possible.
AIRBORNE FIBERS AGAIN, AND AGAIN – AND AGAIN

AIRBORNE FIBERS AGAIN, AND AGAIN – AND AGAIN

A concerned citizen has written to Clifford Carnicom about an experience he had witnessing fibers falling from the sky on November 13. 2005. This person watched as the fibrous material that fell on the ground dissipated, but he was able to collect some of the fibers and put them in a jar. His wife developed a skin rash when she touched some of the fibers and had to be treated by a doctor who couldn’t determine the cause of the rash. Upon observing them the next day, some two-thirds of the material had disappeared from the jar. This person decided to do some of his own analysis with a microscope, and when he opened the jar, the concentrate from the breakdown of the fibers blew into his face, causing bad burning in his eyes and throat. Once recovered, he was able to take pictures of the material under a microscope, and those pictures are included in this paper. Clifford Carnicom begins this paper with his thoughts on the results of this citizen's work, stating "This report demonstrates that there are very likely significant health consequences that accompany these atmospheric operations. The report also demonstrates that the United States Environmental Protection Agency has completely failed in its mission to serve the public and to protect the health and welfare of our environment."
DOCUMENTARY – FIRST EDITION IS AVAILABLE

DOCUMENTARY – FIRST EDITION IS AVAILABLE

The First Edition of the not-for-profit documentary, entitled "Aerosol Crimes" by Clifford E Carnicom, is now available distributors on this page. The First Edition supersedes and replaces the preview edition that was available throughout 2004. It is requested that all distribution efforts be directed toward obtaining and distributing the First Edition as soon as is practicable. The broadest distribution of the documentary on a global basis is invited and encouraged.
MORTALITY REQUIRES EXAMINATION

MORTALITY REQUIRES EXAMINATION

A concerned citizen has written to Clifford Carnicom regarding death statistics that were found in the San Francisco Chronicle death notice archives for the months January and February in the years 1995 - 2004. The anonymous citizen had wondered if deaths in these years were markedly different after the start of the aerosol programs. As it turns out, the deaths reported in this paper show the death rate for 2004 to be ten times that of the same months in 1995. Though there are shortcomings in this data (only the months January and February are considered, different reporting methods may have been employed in later years, an increasingly aging population, etc.), this data may be statistically significant in showing an increase in the number of deaths in San Francisco during that time from aerosol programs. The citizen makes the case for others to do the same research.