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"Artist Vincent Van Gogh Was Heavy Metal Poisoned, Not Crazy nor Autistic"

Posted Apr 04 2012 12:59pm
I have heard for years that Vincent Van Gogh wasn't crazy, that he was autistic. As it turns out he wasn't autistic nor crazy. As Dr. Adrienne Sprouse found he was poisoned by the heavy metal fumes in the paints he used to create his masterpieces.

Oil painting takes a long time to dry, even years and in fact there are paintings from the middle ages that underneath the layers, have been found to still be wet. Imagine being in a confined space breathing the vapors like Vincent did in his little room filled with fresh paintings.
Van Gogh is considered the greatest Dutch painter after Rembrandt. He produced all of his work (some 900 paintings and 1100 drawings) during a period of only 10 years before he succumbed to mental illness (or was it). In his last 70 days of life, he did a painting a day. People like to romanticize everything and lie to themselves by saying that Van Gogh was a great artist who had autism, but he didn't, he was poisoned! He was a great artist, not because of his illness, but in spite of it.
Now imagine all those heavy metals, arsenic, led, cadmium, mercury, aluminum, that Van Gogh was exposed to, are used today in vaccines. Then we wonder why Alzheimer is going up at the same rate as Autism and 50% of American children are diagnosed with a learning disability and why the autism rate keeps going up each year, with 1 in 88 children and 1 in 54 boys being diagnosed at the current rate. It is estimated that by the year 2022, 1 in 9 American children will develop autism.
*****************************************************"Passion and Poison - The Vindication of Vincent Van Gogh" 
"There has been much speculation regarding the 37 year life of painter Vincent Van Gogh and just as much controversy and discussion surrounding the circumstances and illness that lead to his demise. For the first time, over 120 years after his first admission to a hospital, Dr. Adrienne Sprouse, a 21st century physician takes on this 19th century patient. After years of exhaustive research and as one of the leading Environmental Medicine physicians in the world, Dr. Sprouse is able to make the provocative statement "I know why Vincent Van Gogh died. He wasn't crazy." And she can prove it".

"Passion and Poison - The Vindication of Vincent Van Gogh" Pitch Piece from Passion And Poison on Vimeo .


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