12/14/2013 — ☢ HIGH LEVELS of Radiation ☢ 81.4CPM in the Snow – St. Louis, Missouri

Published on Dec 14, 2013 by dutchsinse

PLEASE SHARE AND GET THE WORD OUT ! I can legitimately say, don’t eat the snow.

Alert level is 100CPM. Today we are at 81.4CPM and 74.9CPM, plus a steady return on the CDV (civil defense) beta counter.

This means small particles of radioactive material are indeed coming down in the precipitation. Past tests show around 30CPM in the same spot on a nice day with no precipitation.

Several past snow storms have produced similar results.. from 80CPM to 110CPM !! Last year in 2012, did multiple tests of the snow showing alert levels were reached last year.

See ALL my previous video tests at this location ( and other areas around the United States) here:


8 thoughts on “12/14/2013 — ☢ HIGH LEVELS of Radiation ☢ 81.4CPM in the Snow – St. Louis, Missouri

  1. HERE IS WHAT I WOULD DO HENRY AND OTHERS HERE ON THE SITE I WOULD GO AND GET MISO SOUP FROM THE GROCERY STORES THEY COME THREE TO A PACKAGE. IT PROTECTS THE THYROID AND FLUSHES IT OUT LOOK AT http://www.enenews.com now for the latest stories out of japan and whats happening in the ocean. Here is what I found out about MISO SOUP

    In 1945 after the bombings in Japan, Dr. Tatsuichiro Akizuki fed his staff and patients a strict diet of miso, brown rice, seaweeds and other food to help prevent radiation sickness from radiation exposure. He saved everyone in his hospital, while many others in the area died from radiation sickness. Apparently none of his staff or patients contracted leukemia later.

    Protective foods include sea vegetables, dark greens and yellow squash, fermented soy products such as miso, natto, soy sauce, etc., and whole grains.

    Read more: http://vanilla.com/miso-soup-provides-some-radiation-protection/#ixzz2nYgA3q2y

    1. Hi Mark, Thanks for mentioning miso. I knew that it was used successfully against radiation back then. If you cannot tolerate soy, tho, it’s a problem. So I was just looking on-line and found that at least two companies make an organic soy-free miso out of chickpeas…One is “South River” and another “Miso Master”. South River also makes a garlic, red pepper miso. Soy free, gluten-free and non GMO. I’m going to see if I can find them in a store. Sound like possible good alternatives.

    1. also iodine to help radiation flush. Hey #1 I took your advice and am doing ala now, and also administering to my wife who has goiter, of which i am giving her iodine for. God bless you, and others on this site for your knowledge. I feel i have found a very good source for truth here.

      1. Thank Henry & Laura for providing this forum.

        I’ve never felt as welcome on any other site. But then, Henry does a great job of keeping the trolls out, so that helps keep the heated arguments (wasted time, usually) down.

        I’m just thankful that I’ve been able to put my education to the best possible use, through FTT.

        Thanks again, Henry & Laura. You’re the best! 🙂

        1. Hey #1 i concur. from the short time i have frequented this site, i have nothing but praise. I have been searching for a truth source for years, and have found it here. Henry & Laura are REAL people. You do not see that much anymore. there are other sources i have found down through the years that i go to, but this one is the ultimate one for me. If I had the wherewithal, i would see to it that Henry and Laura would never have to worry about a thing for the rest of their lives.

        2. Yes #1, I couldn`t agree more. I always have said that FTTWR is the very best out there. Yep, a big thank you Laura and Henry – geeze, like I always say, “women first” 😎

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