Dr. Andrew Hall Cutler passed away from an apparent heart attack a few days ago, at the age of 60 in Seattle, Washington. He is one of many holistic practitioners who have mysteriously passed away in recent years, though his death in particular is not very suspicious.
He had an enormous presence on the Internet, known for helping thousands of people remove toxic mercury from their bodies in his 27,000 strong Facebook group, “Andy Cutler Chelation Support Group.”
He started focusing on mercury chelation, removing mercury from the body, after he had a mercury toxicity problem of his own. He would respond no matter what to anyone in need, via messages, comments, even mailing handwritten letters to people.
Reading from an article titled “Andrew Hall Cutler’s Legacy of Healing” from Through The Puzzle:
“Andy spent years devoted to revealing the truth and truth will always find a way. We will help it, passing it along to anyone who will listen.
So while we no longer have Andy to shoot an email to, we have his books, his words, his wisdom to draw from. We have an amazing group of administrators and moderators at ACCSG and FAW Detoxing Kids. And we have new books coming out and new projects that were started under his guidance that will be finished.”
To be fair, it doesn’t seem like the circumstances surrounding his death are very suspicious, and his girlfriend made it clear that she doesn’t want people hyping up conspiracies about his passing. Perhaps there is a spiritual reason why the good seem to die young (although age 60 isn’t too young).
Andy perfected a specific protocol for mercury chelation (removing mercury from the body, the cause of an array of chronic health problems), usually the result of mercury amalgam dental fillings or vaccines.
He was a bold critic of vaccines, and essentially seemed to believe that a war was taking place against the common people with poison. However, he was also very critical of conspiracy theorists who he did not agree with, and respectably so.
Many attest to his protocol being the least painful chelation process possible. It makes use of many vitamins and minerals, such as selenium, Vitamin C, and magnesium, and mercury chelation chemicals such as DMPS (2,3-dimercapto-1-propanesulfonic acid sodium), and ALA (Alpha Lipoic Acid).
The protocol was explained on a forum post by Russ Tanner:
“The Cutler Protocol (invented by Dr. Andrew Cutler) is a protocol for detoxing mercury. It is probably the most-used mercury detox protocol today and has benefited many.
Bex (a dear friend of our forum) has contributed a detailed yet easy-to-read article describing the Cutler Protocol to make it easy for people to begin using it. This article is posted below. If you have questions or comments about the protocol, please feel free to post them in our “Mercury/Amalgam” forum.”
This protocol is incredibly necessary and will become increasingly so, in this day of mercury amalgam dental fillings, and mercury containing vaccines that are being made mandatory by corrupt governments all over the world.
People who have been poisoned by vaccines or mercury fillings become afflicted with chronic fatigue, depression, suicidal thoughts, anxiety, and other symptoms so often, but so rarely do they properly self-diagnose it and even more rarely do people find a chelation protocol like this.
Even more rare was a down to Earth doctor who would tirelessly communicate with people undergoing chelation, for no one’s benefit but the patient. Andy will be dearly missed.
Do you want to hold the people accountable who are actually responsible for poisoning people? International corporation Henry Schein is responsible for most of the world’s mercury amalgam dental fillings.
To make it more suspicious, an ex-board member of Henry Schein became the highest ranking official at the FDA: Margaret Hamburg. Her parents were leaders in the American Eugenics Society, now titled the “Society for Biodemography and Social Biology.”
To hear him speak, here’s an excellent interview with him from several years ago.
If you ever see someone experience what they call chemical depression or chronic fatigue, ask if they’ve ever had mercury amalgam dental fillings: if they have, refer them to Andy Cutler or his Facebook group. If they listen carefully, they may find the answer to amalgam illness.
(Image credit: Through the Puzzle)