The Mineral Power for Your Body’s Electrical Supply | Stephanie Seneff | TEDxNewYorkSalon

The Mineral Power for Your Body’s Electrical Supply | Stephanie Seneff | TEDxNewYorkSalon



I want to first say that what I'm going to talk to you about today is theory not yet fact it's my best interpretation of what's going on in the body with water collaborating with light to do magical things it's not yet proven but I'm hoping research in the future will in fact verify that I'm right so I want to start with a little bit of a metaphor you look at a street in streets but provide the highways they connect the houses together people can travel you deliver goods but there's also power lines along the edges of many streets we don't see them we don't really aren't aware of them but they're of course providing electricity to all the homes and the businesses when you get into the house you see the walls they're providing structure for the house but the power lines are coming in and going inside those walls and they're going over to a plug where you plug in a computer and charge it up you take that for granted but the walls they're providing structure but they're also providing there the path by the conduit by which the electricity reaches the plug and therefore your devices it there's something similar going on in the body the body of course has this massive blood network that supplies Goods takes away waste products does very important things for the body but it's also a supply of the electrical circuit for the for the body and each individual cell has a cytoskeleton this is gives it structure gives it strength so it doesn't get smashed but that cytoskeleton is also a source of electricity the electricity coming in off of the network traveling through the cytoskeletal fibers to provide electricity to the internal of the cell so here's a schematic of a simple cell and this cell you can see these plus signs throughout going along these cytoskeleton pathways and those are protons and they're coming in from the outside but who's making those protons be available that's the structured water it surrounds the cell and the cell works very hard to maintain that structured water and when there's sunlight it will grow and that will make more energy but the plus signs are gathering along the edge along the interface of the structured water with the unstructured water outside of it and they can be channeled up into these caviola these little caves and then brought right into the cytoskeleton to provide those positive charges to certain organelles in the cell that need positive charge and in particular one of those is the lysosome lysosomes need to be extremely acidic in order to do their job and their job is to clear molecular debris very very important get rid of the garbage as they draw in these plus signs these protons they get lowered lower pH and now they can do their job if that electrical circuit is not supplying enough protons they can't do their job the debris gathers up and you get things like Alzheimer's disease from amyloid beta plaque there's also the mitochondria those are their source of energy for the cell they make the ATP and they also depend on protons to supply a lower pH in their intracellular membrane compared to the pH in the interior world they need that pH drop to drive the generation of the ATP that supplies energy for the cell what I'm saying in the most important thing in this talk is that structured water that is maintained outside the cell it's a special gel form of water it's not liquid it's not solid and it also induces this charge separation that creates a battery and what happens then is that the cell uses those protons to go into the cytoskeleton to supply the positive charge and the electron stay inside the structured water and they provide energy for another very very important purpose probably other purposes as well but one that I'm very focused on is the synthesis of sulfate and the reason why this is important is because a sulfate actually maintains the gel each cell decorates its exterior with lots of sulfates that are attached to these extracellular matrix sugars outside the cell and those sulfates are really important for maintaining this structured water so it's circular they're made by the energy that the structured water creates when it responds to light and then they maintain the structured water so when that system falls apart lots of bad things happen so here's a picture a very schematic of red blood cells traveling through capillary they're very crowded in the capillary it's a very tight squeeze they decorate themselves with sulphate outside their cell and they deliver that sulfate as they pass through the capillary they shed it and they're if they're for shedding negative charge and that negative charge is then building up along the capillary wall and it's very interesting because as they do this by the time they get to the vein and all of them are shedding their negative charge this creates a battery between the artery and the vein which then actually propels the red blood cell through the artery through the capillary because it's attracted to the venous side because of this battery it's attracted to the cathode and that will pull the red blood cell through so that the heart doesn't have to work so hard to pump and furthermore these layers these sulfated layers along the wall of the capillary very slick thick jello the red blood cell can just slide through almost frictionless effort to get through that capillary when these things break down the red blood cell gets stuck and you have a no flow situation so basically this folded change that's created by the red blood cell itself actually drives the red blood cell through the capillary and makes the blood flow properly so here's a schematic from a paper that I've written with colleagues and what's really interesting is that when you think about a red blood cell negatively charged moving through a region that's going to create an electromagnetic field and the body can use that as a signal and in fact the body does very very important signal the wall of the capillary and of the arteries releases nitric oxide these little guys over here nitric oxide nitric oxide is very important in the blood because it relaxes the muscles and allows the blood to flow so it's really interesting that as the red blood cell moves it triggers the release of the nitric oxide which encourages further movement really interesting process so here's now a capillary cross-section of a red blood cell we're getting a little bit more into detail here we have a bunch of things that were pointing to you can see the negative charge surrounding the red blood cell that's actually cholesterol sulfate cholesterol is an important part of what makes the sulfate work and the red blood cell has these cholesterol molecules in its membrane with sulfates sticking out that gives it that negative charge and they shed it sheds those cholesterol sulfate molecules as it goes through they hop over to the other side and go into the endothelial cells providing them with both cholesterol and sulfate you can see I have these little sulfate molecules showing around the interior we've got a few endothelial cells wrapping it around and then they have this complicated glycosaminoglycans in their extracellular matrix that's all these little strings there that's the sugar chains those things have sulfates attached to them and that's what's making taining that structured water that easy water that's going to make everything work very very well and then of course you have the protons gathering along the inside there and you have this battery created within the structured water that can provide energy to the so this is my provocative proposal cholesterol sulfate supplies oxygen sulfur cholesterol energy and negative charge to all the tissues very very important list of things sulfate has four oxygen molecules so this is another way that the red blood cell can actually deliver oxygen to the tissues you know it has the oxygen bound to the hemoglobin but it can actually deliver the oxygen in the form of sulfate and of course the negative charge and then the energy are very very important sulfate is synthesized in the skin and in the red blood cells and in the platelets using the energy of sunlight so if you look at the veins on the back of your hand hold those up to the sunlight you'll be making lots of sulfate and that will be combined with cholesterol to make cholesterol sulfate and then that will end up making your cells very very happy and them and we believe the molecule that does this is the same molecule that makes the nitric oxide which is very very interesting that we have written two papers now this group claiming that endothelial nitric oxide synthase Eno's a very very interesting molecule can make can oxidize both sulfur and nitrogen and it chooses which one to oxidize based on the situation in the current environment is constantly monitoring the signals for example the electromagnetic signals to decide which one to make on a case-by-case moment-by-moment decision so the skin then is a solar-powered battery and we are able to use a sunlight for energy just as the plants are but we do it in this very different way that's actually going to provide us with you know what animals have which is mobility and a brain we have a nervous system plants don't have that they use the sunlight very differently so this is my bold claim deficiencies in cholesterol and sulfates applies to the blood and to the tissues of the most important factor behind modern diseases and I have looked at many many modern diseases and I can see that in many cases what's happening is the body is attacking a particular organ or an organ system in order to get at the sulfate that's there in order to give that sulfate to the blood because the blood is deficient if the blood doesn't flow the body doesn't work so that becomes a number-one priority and various organs get sacrificed and that will explain different kinds of diseases like rheumatoid arthritis and Alzheimer's and Otto so Eno's unfortunately is very vulnerable and this is why we face a problem right now it has a lot of dependencies it depends on vitamin b12 which is cobalamin that means it depends on cobalt it depends on iron because it has a heme group it depends of course on sulphur there's a zinc Maalik is in Katamon there of course oxygen glutathione the anti antioxidant glutathione and of course sunlight and so because enos is vulnerable to many different environmental toxins as well such as mercury aluminum and particularly glyphosate which is the one I've studied the most which is in the pervasive herbicide roundup that's pervasive in our environment in our food in our water roundup i think is causing a serious problem for enos which is causing us to have this massive sulphate deficiency so enos in fact is a site it's a member of this class of enzymes called cytochrome p450 enzymes which both aluminum and glyphosate have been shown to suppress so how to stay healthy eat a strictly certified organic diet my husband and i have been doing this only for the last three or four years when we first found out about glyphosate it has done wonders for our health we totally believe in it get lots of dietary sulfur that means great foods like broccoli garlic onions seafood liver for example if you can get a healthy liver get out in the sunlight as much as you can I love to take walks on the beach in the water you're getting everything there you're getting the grounding you're getting the sunlight and fresh air so really really useful to take a walk on the beach in the sunlight in summary the human body uses sunlight to make sulfate which maintains gelled water surrounding cells that gel water induces charge separation and that supplies electricity to the tissues sulfate is essential to prevent a no flow situation in the blood that's why the red blood cells can scoot through so so easily through the capillaries makes the heart sing because it has it doesn't have to work nearly so hard enos is a magical protein that makes sulfate in response to sunlight but it's hardly highly highly vulnerable to both deficiencies in certain nutrients and poisoning from various toxic chemicals especially roundup so the path to good health includes a sulfur rich organic diet loss of sunlight exposure and frequent grounding and then two things that I would like to see happen these that need to happen in my opinion of course there are many but these are my two top picks one is to confirm that I'm right about eNOS making sulfate because so far it's just a theory we have a detailed written up account of why we think this is happening but it hasn't been proven Nino's oxidizes both sulfur and nitrogen and depends which one on the environment to be able to control the blood flow and give the blood just right to be able to move the second one which I haven't mentioned but which I feel is very important I believe that glyphosate is getting into proteins by mistake in place of glycine glyphosate is a glycine molecule with an extra thing attached to the nitrogen I've written papers about this and I feel the evidence is really compelling but it has not been shown and I believe that chemists ought to be able to design an experiment which would show that this is in fact happening thank you very much

31 comments

  1. Thank you you are quite right electrical conductivity is essential for cell health and is why I avoid Fluoride because it is non conductive and causes poor cell health.

  2. Elegantly simple understanding of biology and health. This woman is an courageous truth seeker and teller.

  3. This beautiful woman reminds of me of my own beautiful…smart and amazing mother who through her love of bio science…passed this love onto her own children!

  4. What she said about RBC's moving through and triggering the release of NO2 is exactly what we were told in college about aerobic exercise. It makes sense that cardiovascular activity can lower blood pressure, if it stimulates NO2 release.
    Brava!

  5. The so called jelled water she is referring to is actually known as the "4th" phase of water, i.e liquid #1 , solid #2, gaseous #3, jelled #4. Love her talk and info just the same , water is LIFE !!!!

  6. You say that sunlight is an essential pert of your theory to maintain sulphate levels in the body. In the absence of sufficient sunlight what function of the body takes over sulphate production? I am thinking of those who work at night, those living in areas of the world where there is little sunlight where what sunlight there is is at a low angle and possibly barely beneficial.
    Additionally, I did not notice what part of the sunlight spectrum you feel causes the claimed bodily changes and how much depth of penetration is necessary to produce sufficient reaction. Does the small area of skin generally exposed when out and about produce sulphate that can be transported by, presumably, the blood stream, to cells which may even never be in direct sunlight and, if so, what regulates the take-up in each cell?

  7. I think if she wants to be taken more seriously she should lose the ”crackpot scientist” persona and SLOW DOWN when making representations.

  8. Thank God for brilliant people like her with a heart. Naturally her message "flys in the face" of conventional wisdom, AKA the status quo. Tough.

  9. You’re re brilliant. God bless you and your predictions will happen. I’ve always taken a lot of sun, I feel great and energetic when I do it . And, of course a plant based diet strictly organic. All the happiness and long years ahead.

  10. I love Stephanie Seneff's work on glyphosate, round up as well. But I noticed that YouTube deleted her video on that they must be in bed with the pharmaceutical companies, I.e. Bayer… which bought Monsanto. Roundup is extremely dangerous

  11. What a beautiful mind and soul.
    Oh, how I wish I had just one teacher like you when I was in school…you are such an inspiration!

  12. BRILLIANT — LEADING EDGE — WORTH HEARING !!!! — THIS IS TRUE SCIENCE LOOKING FOR NEW ANSWERS !!!! THANK YOU.

  13. Great and wonderful lecture. Plenty of meaning. Useful information. It all matches quite well to Chinese medicine.

  14. This lady knows a lot more than she is "ALLOWED" to say by TED Talks. Suggest you go to her website and look up her work, especially if you or loved ones have a disease, any disease…….

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