Mental Illness: Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Manipulative Extraterrestrials

From The Canadian

Canada’s Alzheimer’s Society acknowledges that: “At this time, we do not yet know what causes Alzheimer’s disease or how to stop its progression.” Apparently researchers have at least discovered that “it is not a part of normal aging; and that it “affects both men and women”; and “is more common in people as they age”. Researchers have also apparent concluded that it is “not caused by hardening of the arteries”, and is also “not caused by stress.” LINK

Alzheimer’s spawns Dementia that is broadly associated with a decline of reasoning, memory, and other mental abilities (the cognitive functions). This decline eventually impairs the ability to carry out everyday activities such as driving; household chores; and even personal care such as bathing, dressing, and feeding. A report from the learned Lancet publication indicates that a “new case of dementia arises every seven seconds, with the number of people with dementia set to double every 20 years.

Dr. Michael Salla’s work in Exopolitics seeks to inspire humanity to appreciate pathological conditions like Alzheimer’s and Dementia within a broader context of Extraterrestrial activities, which have been repressed from a vital body of human knowledge. Dr. Salla and his colleagues seek to disclose insight and awareness of Extraterrestrial activities that are potentially having profound effects on the quality of human survival, and human sovereignty on our planet Earth. Dr. Salla specifically documents Manipulative Extraterrestrials that use mind control weapons technologies, that interfere with human cognitive functions. Could Alzheimer’s be a side effect of an alleged interference in human cognitive functions?

From The Canadian


One response to “Mental Illness: Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Manipulative Extraterrestrials

  1. I am blown away by this article.

    I have been working with dementia patients for over 10 years.

    It is estimated that 50 percent of all people over the age of 85 will be diagnosed with Dementia.

    I just read an article about a family in Columbia where almost all family members start having symptoms of early onset dementia in there late 40’s to 50’s.

    Early on-set dementia (before age 65) seems to be growing as well. Which is now affects approximately 1 in 1000 people.

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