The Year of Our Comeback! Save the Bees (and Humans) with Shungite!

If the bee disappeared off the face of the Earth,

man would only have four years left to live.”

~~Albert Einstein

Several years ago, I was a novice beekeeper, nervously watching my bees as they landed on top of their hive. One bee in particular caught my eye and I moved closer to watch. This bee was staggering, stumbling and acting as if it was completely intoxicated. It finally managed to make it inside the hive and disappeared. Was it poisoned? Was it disoriented? I didn’t know, but for me that was my clear realization that we have a serious problem.

Did you know that every third bite of food is literally brought to us by bees? We are critically dependent upon the pollination efforts of honey bees for our food production. Yet as we are well aware, our honey bee population has been in a downward trend for some time.

Agricultural chemicals and Electro-Magnetic Fields (EMFs) are two of the main culprits which are increasingly pervasive and increasingly harder to protect against. As a result, the immune systems of our bees are compromised leading to mites and other diseases. Beekeepers are forced to take more and more drastic measures, none of which have been effective to turn the tide.

Bees are not the only ones to be affected by our environment. Humans too, are adversely affected by agricultural chemicals and EMFs. You may not realize it, until you face persistent chronic health problems and the truth is, you may never realize it as it is not something that has been officially recognized by mainstream medicine.

Personally, I know that I am sensitive to EMFs. I know because I can feel the currents flow into my brain, down my arm, body and leg. It used to be that I would talk on my cell phone, feel the energy and over time it would dissipate. But then I reached a point when I had a harder time to get the energy to dissipate and my whole left side felt perpetually tense.

As luck would have it, during this time I was giving a speech and a casual friend of a friend was in the audience and told me about the Shungite necklaces he was developing. He gave me one and the results were stunning! Within 24 hours I felt my symptoms had disappeared by 80%, a within a week they were down about 95%. The Shungite necklace was the only thing I could attribute it to.

What is Shungite? Shungite is a natural mineral that is 98% carbon. It is found in Russia near a small settlement called Shunga. Shungite’s atoms form fullerines and have been shown to attenuate toxins and radiation by reversing the electromagnetic fields to a bio-compatible rotation. In 1991, Science magazine named fullerenes “molecule of the year,” calling them “the discovery most likely to shape the course of scientific research in the years ahead.”

As it turns out Shungite also dramatically helps the bees.  Derek and Maureen Condit have had impressive results with Shungites in their beekeeping. They don’t use chemicals, their bees are 20 miles from commercial crops, in an all-natural EMF and WIFI environment. They place Shungite rocks at the entrance of their hives, they paint the hives with Shungite paint to form a beehive Faraday cage, and some of their bees walk through Shungite powder.

Their results are something to share with complete strangers! They have zero colony collapse, and zero disease in their bees since introducing Shungite. Additionally, they have had exponential growth with one hive growing to eight hives in one season! They are not only reversing collapse; they are exponentially growing the comeback!

**If you are interested in acquiring a Shungite necklace for your own use, I recommend the creations of local inventor and musician, Dino Armendariz. Not only does he make Shungite necklaces, but he adds other supportive elements as well. He can be reached at: armendarizdino@gmail.com.

**If you would like to learn more from Derek and Maureen Condit’s website:

https://www.shungitebeehives.com/about

**If you would like to view a 24 minute interview about the concept and results:

Long live the bees and humans!

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