[Solutions] Copper

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We need copper: whether we’re combatting nanotech, venom, bio-weapons, fake-viruses, pathogens, or a myriad of chronic diseases… here’s a super simple, cheap and convenient way to get copper back into your diet to fight back against these lying globalists and their “iron deficiency hoax”.

Easy method of getting copper into your diet & the iron deficiency hoax


1.) Kate Dalley, Nanotech steals your copper, Moderna, Ivermectin
2.) Dr Robert Cassar, How to get copper in your diet, ACV, GMOs
3.) Dr Joel Wallach, Turkey Study, 1957, White/Grey Hair copper deficient
4.) Bacteria are rapidly killed on copper surfaces
5.) Tony Pantalleres, Copper needed for Nano-tech Removal and Relief
6.) Morley Robbins, Copper, Retinol, and the “Iron Deficiency” hoax, Glyphosate, myocarditis

Kate Dalley

It’s flu shots, it’s all the shots, it’s the COVID shots, it’s all the shots that you’ve been giving, okay? All of those. What happens is, is nanotech steals your copper, it steals your copper, and it also goes in and basically you’re never going to get a test for copper. They usually don’t do that in the men’s and women’s panels when you go in to get a blood test. You don’t know how much copper you have.

They’re always telling you you get OD on copper, which is a joke, but here’s the deal though, the nanotech, the pathogens in your body live off the iron, and then how does Ivermectin really work? Ivermectin goes and steals the iron back out of the pathogen to starve it to death, and helps to increase copper to get back into the cell. It’s a zinc delivery system in a roundabout kind of a way, not direct, because zinc and copper can work together as well.

So copper controls zinc. Copper is the master. It binds with iron, makes you smarter, boosts mood, burns fat, prevents wrinkles, hair color, heals joints, helps to reduce red blood cells.

Most important detox men’s panel and women’s panel do not give you that copper reading unless you’re going to specifically test for it, and if we had enough copper in our bodies over the last 50 or 60 years without our food supply being stripped of it, of course, and with shots that deplete the immune system out of copper, would they have had a chance with this latest technology that they’re doing to trick our immune system?

Because that’s what Moderna’s Tal Zak’s said. He said that they were “putting the software of life” into your body, right? You already have a software system in your body and they’re going to add to it? And what they’re adding to it is pretty sinister.

How to get copper in your diet.

Copper, this is a piece of wire. Now we need this thing in our body, to be able to actually make a multitude of different types of reaction we call cellular physiology, but not only that, this soft piece of metal actually is one of the best antifungal agents, one of the best ways to be able to maybe get rid of some parasites, okay, skin fungus, different types of healing, wounds, changing your hair back maybe to less of a greyed state. Copper has to do with your metabolism.

Copper is in a lot of foods, but the problem is that, it’s not in the foods a lot of maybe we eat and/or because the foods aren’t grown at all with copper. Remember, when you get food at the store, if it’s especially GMO or just regular conventional food, do you really think it has copper in there? They’re using MPK. That’s three minerals in food, and they say you only need about two milligrams of copper a day. I like to get in five to ten milligrams in your system every day. Copper remember is very, very smart for your body because it makes your body smart. It makes your mind smart.

A lot of people with joint problems have copper deficiency, a lot of people with bone problems, inflammation. So there’s a lot of problems with anaemia. Remember, a lot of people don’t look at copper insufficiency to the body.

So liver would be the number one, if you’re sick guys, and if you wanted to go ahead and replenish a lot of the things inside your body, and you don’t have a way to be able to get maybe copper in your system, possibly at the right ratio. Remember, copper and zinc have a ratio. They work together.

Copper is energetic, and zinc is more of, you can call maybe grounding. Zinc has to do with more of what I would say of the big ratio. You have eight pieces of zinc to one piece of copper. That’s what they say you need. So you need copper in a one to eight, which was zinc ratio.

  • So liver would be number one, organ meets, oysters, shellfish, spirulina has a lot, has about six milligrams for every little dose you take of spirulina, blue green algae.
  • You can get copper in beans, but remember, it’s got to be organic. If it’s not organic, then most likely it doesn’t have the mineral profile, so you’re not going to get boron, you’re not going to get copper, you’re not going to get your minerals that the food is supposed to go ahead and give you.
  • Shitake mushrooms is another excellent form to be able to get copper.
  • Nuts, seeds, but then again, well, you need to go ahead and learn how to soak those.

Copper remember does increase in boost your immune system because it has to do with antifungal. So copper not only makes you have more cognitive and or neural transport, but it also is necessary for maybe for keeping down yeast, mould, fungus, candida to a certain level because the copper remembers antifungal, it’s anti mould.

  • You can get copper and dark chocolate.
  • You can get it in leafy greens, but again, it has to be organic. If not, there’s not enough minerals in the soil.
  • Fruits: You can have guava, avocado, lychee, star fruit, grapes, raspberries, mangoes, pineapples. These all have small amounts of copper

I like to get five to ten milligrams of copper and most people, 75% of the people in the United States and Canada aren’t getting a daily intake of copper. So more of a therapeutic dose or more of a dose, especially if you’re de-mineralized, would be five to ten milligrams, and you can get that in a variety of ways. You can take supplements, but then again, I’m going to show you in a sec how to go ahead and take this copper and put this into your into your food. Real simple.

  • Put some copper in your Wine, raw Apple Cider Vinegar, Fulvic acid
  • Remember, the vinegar, or the acid is going to break down copper, which is alkaline.
  • So you take the acid and you get the alkaline and it starts to go ahead and dissolve.
  • So you can do copper a variety of different ways, but I’m just going to show you in the kitchen

Miraculous changes. Copper excites the cells and nerves. So you do need a zinc and copper balance. So most people, like I said, are copper deficient, so let’s just go with that.

Copper also has a lot to do with your hormones, which is your sexuality, has a lot to do with even losing weight because it has to do with your metabolism. Copper has a lot to do with keeping your skin elastic wrinkles on your skin, okay? Premature aging. So copper has a lot to do with everything.

How to make your own bio-available copper supplements.

So I go to Home Depot and you can buy this copper. This is number 10 copper, just the size of the copper. Like I said, copper is very soft, but you can see this copper is very dingy, it’s because I’ve had it here for a while. This is 99.9% pure copper. You can even buy it on the internet, but it’s only like 20 cents a foot. So this copper is what people use for electricity to pass conductivity. Remember zinc and copper make make a electrolysis. A lot of people use those in showers. A lot of people use those in different types of things to be able to make this electrical reaction. Zinc and copper.

So I’m going to take a piece of copper. All I do is just cut it with a pair of wire cutters, right? Boomp, cut it off, and now I want to clean the copper. So I’m going to take a sponge from my kitchen and I want to use the rough side and all I’m going to do is sand it, or you can use a light piece of sandpaper if you want, and you just rub it until it becomes shiny. Once it’s shiny, it’s clean. So I’m just going to wash that off in the sink, and let’s say I want to go ahead and put this in Fulvic acid.

Now I’ve had this in this Fulvic acid in here for about three months, and you can see how these pieces right here are very small compared to this, and this used to be one piece about this size, about three inches long, and I put that in the bottle of the Fulvic acid. You can see, look, that thing’s just like a needle, and this one’s way thinner. So this is what happens to the copper. It’ll start to dissolve. So here’s how we do it. I’m going to measure the bottle.

Here’s the Fulvic acid bottle, and the Fulvic acid remember, our Fulvic acid that we get designed for us, especially, is about a pH of 2.2, and there’s lots of different ways to use Fulvic acid. Watch our videos on Fulvic acid. Now Fulvic acid can be used for wrinkles. It can be used for moulds. It could be used for taking internally. Remember Fulvic acid is like a dissolving agent. So I cut the copper wire to size, and I’m going to just pop it in. That’s it. That’s all you got to do. Pop it in there. Let it sit. Takes about maybe a week or so until you get a decent concentration in there. It’ll take like maybe six, seven, eight months to be able to fully break that down. So you know, it takes a long time for the for the copper to break down in the acid.

Now you can see the colour. I do the same thing with this vinegar. So I’m going to add this vinegar to my salad dressings. I could add this to water and drink this. It’s green because it’s got copper in it. I put a couple of peppers in, Chipotle peppers, magnesium minerals. I’ve got maybe 20 drops of Silica, maybe half a teaspoon or so. So I make this into more of a mineralized vinegar. So now you’re going to add this to your salad dressings. You could put a teaspoon or this or a tablespoon and 16 ounces of water and drink it down.

So you wind up getting easily your copper back into your system, and this is one of the simplest ways to be able to to get copper back into you. Remember a lot of the fruits – you can try doing it that way – but a lot of the foods again don’t have that much copper, and so you can significantly get in copper easilyfor a few cents, instead of buying expensive… and you have no idea of the copper contents with what you’re buying. It’s easier just to make it yourself.

Again I went to Home Depot and I got myself this copper wire all I did was clean it. I cut it to the size. I put it in the bottle.

I’ve been doing this since I went to the Amazon, this is how they get copper in their body. This is how the medicine men get copper. They don’t have a store down there for them to go ahead and buy maybe a copper citrate or whatever they’re getting in some type of a form.

I just make it myself because I don’t like pills. I don’t like all the the binders and all the different things they use to be able to put in a couple of grains of copper and the rest is some type of a weird filler.

So they use copper in vinegar to clean the house too. You put a piece of copper. This is just cheap white vinegar. I’ll show you how to use this later too. You put a piece of copper in here and this is not to be drank. This is white vinegar. This is to clean the house. So the piece of copper goes in here and makes your vinegar anti-fungal. So you can use vinegar again to wash your vegetables. Put an ounce of the vinegar with a little bit of copper. Remember that piece of copper will take about a week, and it’ll change the colour of the white vinegar to a green, and you take maybe an ounce of that, put it in the sink and wash your vegetables with that.

Okay. That’s it guys. So make sure you get enough copper in your system and the copper that dissolved came from this wire. Again, used to be this size is in the liquids. Okay guys, that’s it and we will see you on the next video and make sure, that you have enough copper in your diet a day.

Remember the foods that I showed you? Most of those foods… and what are you going to eat? A ton of star fruit, a ton of pineapple, a ton of legumes and beans and potatoes and stuff? Well, most of the time, like I said, you’re not getting enough minerals from those foods because when they were grown, they were grown with minimal minerals in the soil. So what makes you think in your wildest dreams that you’re getting any of these essential minerals that need to be in your food? So add it to your diet.

Just one way to be able to sort of bio hack this world that we live in. That’s not only deficient, but it’s very toxic. So learn the earther academy protocols, practices and principles and we’ll see you on the next video. All you got to do, is start your journey. Start doing the skin cleaning. You don’t even have to change your diet. Start doing the thyroid protocols. You don’t even have to change your diet. Start doing the hydration protocols.

Turkey Study, 1957


In 1957 we learned that aneurysms were caused by a copper deficiency. We had a pilot project, 250,000 turkeys, and we made complete food pellets where you put all 90 nutrients in there, and in the first 13 weeks, fully half of those turkeys died. 125,000 died. Farmers were out there every morning picking them up by the bushel basket. They took them to the State diagnostic labs for an autopsy, and they found out that they all had died of a ruptured aortic aneurysm. So they doubled the amount of copper in there, and the next year they tried to raise 500,000 turkeys, and they didn’t lose a single turkey from a ruptured aortic aneurysm. And they ran that experiment in mice, and rats and rabbits and dogs and cats and calves and sheep and pigs, and guess what? They found out that there is a whole series of diseases that are caused by copper deficiency. Grey hair is the first sign. We start getting grey hair, regardless of age, you have a copper deficiency. You get skin wrinkles, because the elastic fibres in your skin are going… those little crows feet around your eyes, facial and body skin wrinkles. (Source)

  • I couldn’t find the exact study he was quoting so I don’t know if he was exaggerating, confusing various studies, or whether I just can’t find the older study :) but I found two relevant smaller studies where turkeys died and the answer was a copper deficiency, the closest study is this one: (Coronary artery rupture in male commercial turkeys, 2004). (01) (02)

The mechanism of an aneurysm is identical to the mechanism of a balloon on a weakened wall of a tire. You know when you hit a chuck hole with your tire and you break the cords, the internal pressure blows a balloon. You overload that tire with weight or heat it up on a highway. It blows out.

Same way with an aneurysm. When you have a copper deficiency, you get a breakdown of the elastic fibres in that artery. The internal pressure, even normal blood pressure will blow a balloon in that artery, and a balloon in an artery is called an aneurysm, and of course if it’s in a strategic place like the brain, cryo-artery, the coronary arteries, the large arteries, the aortopulmonary artery, the renal arteries, they blow out your die suddenly just like you’ve been shot.

Well, they got excited about this. They doubled the amount of copper in these pellets. The next year they tried to raise 500,000 turkeys and they did not lose a single one from a ruptured aneurysm. They went from a 50% loss to a 0% loss just by adding a little bit of copper to those pellets.

So they said, well, maybe the same thing is true for humans, and in 1958 they started looking at copper deficiency in various species of animals and humans, and here’s what they found out.

The very first symptom of copper deficiency is white, grey, and silver hair. Copper is required as a co-factor to manufacture hair pigment. It doesn’t matter if it’s blonde, red, brown, or black hair, and I see a lot of copper deficiency in this room. I can almost tell you which people, men and women who have coloured their hair – you get pretty good at that, being a physician, and you don’t want to be like a medical doctor and just treat the symptoms. If you’re just coloring your hair, you’re treating the symptoms.

You need to do the basic thing and take some colloidal copper, and if you don’t, what’s going to happen is you get a breakdown of the elastic fibres in your skin and you start getting crows feet around the corners of your eyes and your mouth. Parts of your anatomy begin to sag, and you know you’re in trouble when your doctor tells you, look, I’ve got a golf buddy down the hall who’s a plastic surgeon for $10,000 he’ll make you look 20 years younger, but you don’t need a face lift, a booby lift, a tummy tuck.

All you need is some copper, and everything will come back up, just like you have a hydraulic jack under it. They’ll just come right back up. Those elastic fibres tighten right up. People say, “Francine, did you get a face lift? You look great. You look like you’re 20 years younger.”

Now, if you don’t take some action at that point, the next thing that happens is, you get a breakdown of the elastic fibres and large veins of your legs and you get varicose veins.

You don’t take action at that point. You get a breakdown of the elastic fibres and large veins over your exhaust pipe and you get haemorrhoids. So if you have haemorrhoids, varicose veins, things that sag, wrinkles, white, grey or silver hair, the odds are you have aneurysms developing in you somewhere and you don’t want to, of course, die suddenly of a ruptured aneurysm when your body’s been warning you for 10, 20, 30 years.

Just remember, people don’t die suddenly of an aneurysm. It may be you drop and die. Think about old Albert Einstein. He died of a ruptured aortic aneurysm at 68 years of age. What colour was his hair? He was famous for wild, white hair, wasn’t he?

Now, you’d like to think to people who win the Nobel Prize in medicine, but at least live to be 75.5, but they live to be 58 just like other doctors, and of course, that’s because they are trained and they believe and they practice, that you get everything you need from your four food groups. Doesn’t matter if they win the Nobel Prize or not.

Bacteria are rapidly killed on copper surfaces

So I don’t know if our camera can pick that up there. So Professor Kebel, explain what we’re seeing here.

So what you’re seeing here are the individual bacteria sitting on the stainless steel surface. We’ve used a special dye which shows that while they’re bright green, they’re still alive. What we’re hoping to show is that they will fade away as they die on the copper surface, which will be contrary to what happens on the stainless steel.

So it’s just two minutes into the experiment. Let’s take a look at the screens that are linked to those microscopes and see what difference we can see at this point. So Professor Kebel, talk us to what you see.

Well, you can see lots of brightly stained bacteria on the stainless steel surface. Not much change there, and here’s the copper surface. They may not look too different to you, but in fact, if you look very carefully, we’re just starting to see some of the cells beginning to fade out. So these would be the first signs that they’re starting to die on copper.

So it’s incredibly quick.


So we’re now coming up to six minutes into the experiment and let’s have a look at our screens again. So stainless steel, Professor Kebel, a lot of microbes there.

Yes, you can see there’s still as bright as at the start of the experiment, so no effect, and on the copper, you can see there even paler, so very few cells surviving now on the copper surface, even though we put 10 million on there to start with.

Now what is the scientific process that’s happening here? How are these bugs being killed off?

Well, we started to understand that copper works by multiple means and it shuts down the cells biochemistry and physiology.

We’re coming up to nine minutes now. Let’s look at the screens linked to those microscopes, and this is stainless steel and Professor Kebel still looking full of MRSA microbes.

Yes, they’re still surviving very nicely on the stainless steel.

What do you say, very nicely? How long will they stay there for now?

Oh, they could be there for days or weeks.

Days or weeks? Let’s look at the copper.

Well, I think now we’re struggling to see anything on this image.

Copper needed for Nano-tech Removal and Relief

Copper is an essential trace mineral. All tissues of the body need it for normal metabolic functions. However, in organic form as chelates or copper complexes it is excellent for reducing inflammation, strengthening connective tissue, restoring hair colour and the oxidative energy metabolism as well as fighting parasites and cancer and may sometimes improve brain and liver functions. Wow, that’s amazing.

The most effective anti-inflammatory agents are copper complexes. Commonly these are related to salicylic acid. In addition, copper ascorbate has strong anti-viral properties. Copper salicylate has a better anti-inflammatory effect than cortisone but without the side effects. In addition it has also good anti-cancer, anti-tremor and anti-convulsive properties, suitable for treatment of epilepsy and possibly Parkinson’s disease. Children with severe copper deficiency constantly have convulsive seizures. Another feature of severe copper deficiency is degeneration of the central nervous system. There are at least 6 important copper-dependent enzymes in the brain. One of these is required for the conversion of tyrosine into dopamine which is lacking in Parkinson’s disease. A copper enzyme is also needed for the synthesis of adrenalin (epinephrine).

In experiments copper salicylate prevented chemically induced skin cancers. Furthermore, a single application resulted in a 55% reduction in experimental animal tumours in 20 weeks. 

Dr Werner Hangerter, head of medicine at the University of Kiel, successfully used copper salicylates for over 20 years with more than 1100 patients with rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory conditions. Of 620 patients with rheumatoid arthritis 65% became symptom free and another 23% improved significantly, only 12% remained unchanged. With acute rheumatic fever 100% became symptom free.

Old medical books stated that Colloidal Copper is effective against parasites, strengthens the blood and cleans the arteries. In addition it is reported to be effective against aneurysms and preventing strokes. (05)

Rub this stuff on topically, it will give you relief. When I’m pulling out these two inch threads of nano fibres and metal and wires coming out of my skin, I pull-em-out, they have a tendency to want to infect my skin. So since I’ve been using this, I know it’s a big change in my complexion and other parts of me.

Morley Robbins on Copper, Retinol deficiency, and the “Iron Deficiency” hoax

Morley Robbins wrote the book on copper. It’s called Cu-RE Your Fatigue: The Root Cause and How To Fix It On Your Own, and one of the reasons that we are so very unhealthy today, as we’re walking around all consuming pharma every single time and chance that we can, Morley exposes one mineral, the one mineral, the most important mineral, that has been systematically removed from our food.

Back in the 1920s, they did a study on mice. Would you talk about that for just a moment?

Sure. So if I suddenly went rogue, I would want to convince people that they were anaemic, that they didn’t have enough iron in the body, and that they were copper toxic, and that’s the prevailing myth on planet earth, but the studies that you’re talking about were from the same year, two different studies, two different teams.

  • In 1928, they fed rodents, a diet that had no copper in it, and they wanted to see what was going to happen, and what they were surprised to discover is that when there’s low copper or no copper in the diet, iron starts to fill up in the liver, and this has been known since 1928

  • Hart et al, 1928 and Hart et al, 1928 ( Two separate studies) (06) (07) (08) (09)
  • Note: he mentioned another name from same year but I cannot understand the name (something like Micarg et al 1928). Two separate teams.

When two different teams can prove the same thing, that’s when it becomes science. So we’ve known this for almost a hundred years now, and we live in a very different world than we think we do because no one knows about minerals.

No one knows that these lowly little elements on the planet are actually the catalysts that run in our body, and farmers know this – I’m not sure they know as much as they should know, but minerals and their balance, which is so important in our body, is what really drives vitality.

And now today, we live in an environment where much of the world is exposed to glyphosate or roundup. Some people may notice roundup. It’s ubiquitous. It’s everywhere on the planet now, and what people probably don’t know is that this supposed chemical has mineral-chelating properties, and they’re measured on a logarithmic scale.

  • So we know about pH on a logarithmic scale.
  • We know about earthquakes on a logarithmic scale.
  • Well, glyphosate, same scale
    • It chelates magnesium at a two.
    • It chelates zinc at a six
    • It chelates copper at an 11

And why is that important? It means that it’s taking copper out of the soil a billion times faster than it’s taking magnesium, and it’s taking copper 100,000 times faster than it’s taking zinc. So copper’s in the crosshairs, and this process, as you are mentioning it, goes back about a hundred years. So they’ve been boiling the frog. They’ve been boiling the human frog one degree at a time, and we just didn’t know it was happening, playing in the background.

  • I’ve renamed COVID:
    • The COV stands for coppers, vanished
    • ID stands for irons, dysregulated.

So go back to those mice in 1928. Take copper out, what happens? Iron goes wild, and that’s what all of the symptoms COVID are based on – iron dysregulation, hyperferritinemia, hyaluronic acid, and myocarditis. We can go on for an hour describing the symptoms, and they all relate back to these two minerals.

And copper, what happens is, as people are told about iron consistently, “You’re low in iron, you’re low in iron!,” but it hides in the tissues. It’s not in the blood as much as we as we test for it. We never test for copper, but copper has to be in balance with iron.

Absolutely, it has to be in balance, and so the most important thing for the listeners to remember in this conversation:

  • Low iron in the blood does not mean low iron in the tissue. In fact, it’s just the opposite.

Merck manual, all come in on oxidative stress, and if you don’t have bioavailable copper to regulate the iron and the oxygen to prevent the oxidative stress, then nature is just going to take its course, and it’s going to begin to wear us down.

A really important thing for your listeners to understand is that if they’re at all worried about aging. Aging is just short hand for iron accumulation, and there’s some famous papers that have been written about the 9 hallmarks of aging, now superseded by the 12 hallmarks of aging. (10) (11) (12)

Guess what? All 12 come back to this copper-iron conflict, and the creation of oxidative stress. Well, I think that’s important for the public to know. I think it’s more important for the practitioners to know that, but this is a battle for mind-share, and I think what’s really going to change the clinical practice, is when the public stands up and demands a different level of information from the questions they’re going to start to ask.

Because I think it’s time for people to say… they’re told, “Well, you’re anaemic.” Say, “Well, let’s measure my copper status. Let’s exhaust everything we can in my diet to increase my copper, and then we can begin to have that iron discussion,”

It’s really tragic that that doesn’t happen more often, but again, we live in a world of being brainwashed. We’re all very aware of that, and now it’s time, I think, and I appreciate, just your passion and interest in this. I think it’s time for people to awaken.

And the greatest tragedy, Kate, is prior to the First World War, there’s something called “Nutritional Immunity.” Our ancestors knew to stay away from excess iron because it feeds the pathogens. (13) (14) (15)

They’ve known that for millennia, but ever since the First World War, everything changed, and suddenly “we couldn’t get enough iron”, and we’ve never… and they took fat out of the diet because they had to get rid of cholesterol, right? Well, what they were really going after was Retinol – Vitamin A, and what people don’t know is that vitamin A is what activates critical enzymes in our body to load copper into critical pathways – to keep us in balance.

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