Can Aluminum in Vaccines Cause Autism?

The more information that comes out about vaccines proving how “unavoidably unsafe” they are, the more there is push back from “media” outlets. Let’s get this perfectly clear, the “media” are ON THE PAYROLL of the pharmaceutical industry. Let that sink in for a while. Now ask yourself how reliable someone is who gets paid to say something proven in US Supreme Court to be “unavoidably unsafe” is actually safe? You can’t trust that person, because they are being paid to lie. Period.

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Can aluminum adjuvants in vaccines cause autism? Is there a link between autism and aluminum?

The CDC made their claim that vaccines don’t cause autism decades ago and shut the door to more research. Yet, independent research on vaccines and vaccine ingredients is ongoing.

As a toxicologist and a mother of a child who was developmentally delayed and exhibited all the signs and symptoms of autism, this issue has been deeply important to me to consider in my own research.

This is what I’ve found:

👉🏻 Autistic children are known to accumulate/harbor aluminum. One study found enormously high levels of aluminum in the brains of individuals who died with autism. (We also know that this happens with individuals who die with Alzheimer’s, a neurodegenerative disease.)

👉🏻 Another study found that 98% of autistic individuals have at least one MTHFR mutation – which means they struggle to detoxify and eliminate neurotoxic…

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This whole “Inspired to Abundance” adventure is proving to be so much fun! I love that as the sums get larger, I must be more creative to imagine ways in which I would actually and realistically spend that much. This is great! Stay tuned for how the remaining sums will be allocated by myself and Family.

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There are so many places to see! 

The sum to spend is $50,000:

$18,500 – Return Airfare to Udaipur, India, for 8 People

$2,500 – Villa Rental for a Month

$21,000 – Food, Entertainment, Sightseeing, Transportation, Tips, Etc.


With a bonus sum of $50,000 at the ready, I would take my whole Family to Udaipur, India, for a month, with the intention of visiting the Kumbhalgarh Ruins and see the Great Wall of India. There are so many places I want to see, and India is one of them.

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Getting on the road and ready to go!

The sum to spend is $25,000:

$17,000 – Used Car in Excellent Condition

$6,000 – Insurance for 1 Year as a New Driver

$2,000 – Gas Card


∴ With a bonus sum of $25,000 at the ready, I would get a used car that was in excellent condition, cover my insurance for a year, and get a hand dandy gas card to make the tootling around with my Family possible. Woot!

Inspired to Abundance Exercise  ♥

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