Autistic boy plays Für Elise on the piano after taking organic sulfur


Ethan is a 10 year old boy who was diagnosed as autistic. After taking organic sulfur for about a year, he began to express a newfound interest in playing the piano. By simply logging onto YouTube and observing and hearing others perform Beethoven’s well-known composition called Für Elise, Ethan taught himself how to play this classical piece, as evidenced in this video (notice the casual hand and foot movements when he plays the piano). What’s truly amazing is that Ethan has never received musical training, can not read music, and has never taken any piano lessons.

Ethan’s mom gave her approval to post her son’s video and offered this insightful commentary:

I am now realizing that Ethan would benefit even more from sulfur if he takes the right dose. I have been giving him a small dose, only 1/2 teaspoon once a day. I will start giving him 1 teaspoon two times daily. I am really excited about what the future holds. I truly believe the sulfur will help him even more.

On his weekly radio show heard over the American Voice Radio Network, my organic sulfur supplier, Patrick McGean, asserts that there are 7 million children worldwide who are vaccine-damaged and this number appears to be growing with each passing day. Moreover, he says he knows of 32 cases involving Cellular Matrix Study members where organic sulfur has helped children (including Ethan) regain their communication skills and escape from the clutches of autism. Right now, I am consulting three sets of families who are administering organic sulfur to their autistic children.

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