The Blue Green Revolution Toward One Organism

The old models are failing because they are based on the incorrect assumption that nature can be controlled. Whether they are political, financial or environmental models when they ignore natural laws they are doomed.

Ignorance isn’t bliss, it’s death.

There is a psychological movement to return to the ancient wisdom of our ancestors, a blue green revolution toward one world organism.

Today evidenced based science is confirming an undeniable interconnectedness between all ecosystems environmental and biological, no matter how big or small.

It’s become obvious that corporate greed has forgotten the value of the individual, but first it left behind the respect for the sacred. The human race has a long history of exploitation of indigenous societies and natural resources. The good news is for every problem we create there is a built-in solution. Albeit we have extreme problems requiring extreme solutions and we will need a new way of thinking outside the constructs that caused them.

The current management system seems unwilling to change and it’s hurdling for disaster. The water tables are dropping, vast ice formations are disappearing and the quality of our world is deteriorating in exponential proportions. We are experiencing the hottest temperatures on the planet in 1 million years and more than 100,000 species become extinct annually.

We the people need to control our thinking and demand a new world curriculum. The first thing we need to do is secure our position at the top of the food chain. We must support global stewardship by “properly managing” all ecosystems starting with the smallest, simplest source of life and moving upward.

I propose starting with the most nutrient rich food source on the planet . . . phytoplankton.

I’ve found more than 100 references from scientists all around the globe suggesting a single-celled blue green algae called spirulina could solve 70% of the worlds hunger and health issues.

This easy to grow food source has verifiable anti-viral activity that inhibits HIV-1 replication in human T-cells, blood cells and Langerhans cells. Spirulina is a rich source of vitamins, minerals and proteins, as well as newly recognized “super-sugars” called glyconutrients. In fact another study showed these same “super sugars” in spirulina inhibited the replication of several viruses.

Here’s a short list of viruses this simple food inhibited:

  • HIV-1
  • Herpes simplex virus type 1
  • Human cytomegalovirus
  • Measles virus
  • Mumps virus
  • Influenza A virus

Extracts were taken from about 600 strains of algae, representing some 300 species and approximately 10% of them caused significant reduction in the effect of viruses on cell health.

Keep in mind that Spirulina contains more protein by weight than meat and contains large amounts of vitamin B6. With 30,000 people dying from starvation everyday, I propose funding global initiatives to reverse this silent holocaust with Spirulina micro-farms.

Let’s look a little closer . . .

One thing is for sure, the mainstream media won’t tell you the benefits of these miraculous blue green algae. If they did pharmaceutical companies would simply go out of business.

Here’s another miracle . . . spirulina has anti-cancer qualities! That’s right it has the ability to reverse oral cancer (leukoplakia).

An Indian study revealed complete regression in as many as 57% of their subjects. This was the first study testing chemo-preventative potential of spirulina; we need more of these types of studies.

If the evidence is so astounding why doesn’t the FDA allow us to announce it? Well maybe it’s because the drug companies have them in their pockets. “They” tell you only drugs can cure, prevent and treat disease so you’ll buy their products . . . it’s that corrupt.

Meanwhile millions of people are dying from starvation and diseases caused by under-nutrition, everyday.

Here’s a list of 12 major problems we can help solve with this simple blue-green miracle:

  1. Cancer prevention
  2. Viral infections
  3. Diabetes reduction
  4. Hypertension reduction
  5. Anemia prevention
  6. Kidney function
  7. Liver function
  8. Digestive function
  9. Immune function
  10. Radiation protection
  11. Heart disease prevention
  12. Malnutrition reduction

Mama Nature has the solution!

Scientists estimate spirulina has been a vital planktonic food source for more than 3.6 billion years and many people haven’t even heard of it. It’s full of beneficial phytonutrients, antioxidants and key functional nutrients. Plus it is the most ecologically efficient crop providing more nutrition per acre than any other food. 1 gram of blue green spirulina has more nutritional value than 100 grams of spinach.

Composition varies but the profile of spirulina reveals an “average” of 54% protein, 23% carbohydrates, 8.6% lipids, not to mention the vitamins, enzymes, minerals and glyconutrients . . .

The United Nations World Food Conference in 1974 applauded spirulina as the “best food for the future.”

So while the old school systems are crumbling all around us we need to prepare a new foundation for a better world, but first we need a paradigm shift of awareness. The solutions are all around us . . . all we have to do is begin to show “genuine care” for ourselves, and the connections that make us one world organism.

I’m ONLY here to help,

Tod Faassé

The botanical guru


1 Comment

  1. Hi Todd,
    I am impressed and amazed by the absolute versatality oh blue green ALGAE SPIRULINA.You have very aptly succintly and effectively elaborated the benefits of spirulina.As a matter of spirulina should have PANACEA as appropriate synonym.Pls give your email id so that i continue to have a meaningful interaction with you.

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