Perhaps it’s not too much to say that one of the paramount medical questions of the 20th and 21st centuries is: What causes autism? As the rate of autism skyrocketed throughout this period, medical researchers have been busy trying to solve the autism puzzle. But it just may be that they have been looking for answers in all the wrong places.

Now a new study has been approved for publication by the Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology. And the results are likely to send shock waves through Big Pharma.

The study is called “Aluminum in brain tissue in Autism, ” and it doesn’t take a medical genius to know that this report points the finger at what’s been suspected all along: vaccines.

The Culprit

The study conducts a post-mortem analysis of brains of autistic children that shows the highest aluminum level ever detected in a human brain. Here are a few pearls from the report that should interest even the most casual observer:

The aluminum content of the brain in autism was consistently high.

These are some of the highest values for aluminum in human brain tissue yet recorded, and one has to question why, for example, the aluminum content of the occipital lobe of a 15-year old boy would be 8.74 (11.59) μg/g

These findings should strike fear into the hearts of anyone in Big Pharma who has ever made and distributed a vaccine for children. It could mean class-action lawsuits will be cheaper by the dozen. Currently, there is legislation that gives these companies immunity (their own vaccine of sorts.) But it’s more than possible – perhaps likely – that the law will not stand given that Big Pharma had to know aluminum was a neurotoxin and that the safety claim of vaccines is fraudulent.

Fraud vitiates everything in the U.S. legal system. And this kind of science will back up all the vaccine-injured plaintiffs – of which there are millions.

Dr. Christopher Exley—one of the world’s leading experts on aluminum toxicity—has shown that chronic intoxication with myriad forms of this “ubiquitous and omnipresent metal” is exacting a high price on human health. Dr. Exley and other aluminum experts such as molecular biologist Dr. Lucija Tomljenovic have confirmed that aluminum readily and actively traverses the blood-brain barrier to selectively accumulate in brain tissues, where it induces unwelcome changes in brain biochemistry. As Dr. Exley has noted, “There are no ‘normal’ levels of brain aluminum,” meaning that “its presence in brain tissue, at any level, could be construed as abnormal.”


Could the aluminum come from elsewhere?  Environment? Nope. It is generally tightly bound to other substances and not available to biologic organisms.   The only realistic source is vaccine adjuvants. Adjuvants are used to make the vaccine more effective and contain aluminum. Uh oh.

It’s widely acknowledged that aluminum can enter the brain and disrupt its functions.   Thus, shockingly high levels of aluminum found in these brain samples is a real problem. We know that aluminum is brutally neurotoxic especially when combined with mercury. If this is the case, then the epidemic of autism and pervasive developmental delay that the nations of the world have been experiencing can be laid at the feet of these two toxic metals. This is nothing less than a crime against humanity.

Compare a child in 1940 who receives four vaccines before the age of two with never more than one per visit, with one today where they get 49 doses of 14 vaccines by the age of six.  Today, American children end up getting a grand total of 10,250mcg of aluminum if they receive all recommended vaccines (source:

Following the Clues

The study authors mention “clues” as to the source of this aluminum.  To avoid a firestorm, the study authors are being coy.  There is only one reasonable source. And that is the many aluminum-containing childhood vaccines now on official pediatric schedules. American children are routinely subjected to a whopping 10,250 micrograms of aluminum from vaccines. Indeed, this might well constitute a “clue.”

Incidentally, this presence of aluminum and its neurotoxic effects also negates the genetic hypothesis of autism.  So, mother and fathers worldwide may finally be able to let go of the guilt that somehow a roll of the genetic dice was the cause of their child’s autism.  Common sense dictates that an autism epidemic that takes shape over three or four generations can’t be genetic in nature.

The brain is not just made of neurons. It has many support cells collectively known as microglia. In referring to the microglia, the study has this amongst its comments: “Dr. Exley observes that “microglia heavily loaded with aluminum…will inevitably be compromised.” Would it be reasonable to believe that such a toxic hit could damage a child’s brain into an autistic state?

This study points the finger at a toxic metal put in injections during the most delicate time of a child’s life as the most likely cause of autism.  In light of this, the current pediatric vaccine schedule becomes the only logical reason for an autism rate of 1 in 50 children today.  It is a violation of logic and common sense to think otherwise.


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Lorraine C. Silvetz, MSW is Director of iSynchrony based in Oakton, VA and Executive Director of Global Stress Initiative a program for the treatment of veterans and their families launched in 2010 under the auspices of the International Committee Against Mental Illness (ICAMI) which is led by Robert Cancro, MD, Chairman Emeritus of NYU Langone's Department of Psychiatry.
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