Acidic Blood Crystals and Aflotoxins From Mold
"YOU DON'T Get OLD YOU MOLD!"
Robert O. Young - www.drrobertyoung.com
In the above micrographic of a live human blood, magnified under phase contrast microscopy, you can observe solidified acids of lactic acid (green) and aflatoxins (white) produced mold called, Aspergillus and Fusarium.
These molds are wrapped in a heterogenous symplast of bacteria, yeast and a wall of citric acid crystals.
The black and brown crystals seen scattered throughout the Fusarium mold are made up of carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, iron, copper and aluminum indicating the exposure of graphene oxide which is cytotoxic, genotoxic and magneto toxic.
For the Life of ALL Flesh is the Blood" Hosea