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Kacper Maciej Postawski has been the front-man for various scam products, most recently a relaunch of the Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS) cure-all in 2016. However MMS is not his first "water purifier" product: he previously sold "Adya Clarity", a substance which has the approval of Fenestra Research Labs.
In addition to having the cure for "97%" of the diseases afflicting humanity, (via MMS), Kacper has the solution to the world's energy problems via “free energy devices”, of course suppressed "quantum" technologies are involved.
In the naughties Kacper promoted self-help books such as "A Thousand Fingers Pointing At The Moon", and perhaps his only effective product: a book on how to cure insomnia, as reading it would put anyone to sleep.
- Kacper Postawski's main website
- The 2016 re-boot of the MMS scam, fronted by Kacper Maciej Postawski.
- USB memory-stick containing videos of Kacper explaining MMS only costs
- A doomsday-prepper package of "Adya Clarity" water-purifier from Kacper
- A 2017 interview where Kacper confesses his "Adya Clarity" sins to this "hero" Mike Adams.
- Beware Brits: Kacper created a "quantum" company in the UK in 2016.
- YouTube of Kackper in 2010 selling another cure-all product:"7 Ancient health secrets",
- Kacper demonstrates the consequences of consuming the products he promotes.
- Kacper Maciej Postawski fronts the 2016 “MMS” re-boot
- Kacper Postawski pushing “Adya Clarity” in 2014
- Fenestra Research Labs clinical-trial of "Adya Clarity" water-purifier.
- Kacper says MMS cures 97% of disease.
- Kacper claims devices "that produce an unlimited amount of energy" are possible.
- Kacper Postawski claims suppression of "quantum" technology.
- Kacper Postawski owns "www.everquantumpossibilities.com"
- Kacper recommends 5 types of hair-testing
- archive copy of "www.thousandfingers.com".
- An archive copy of "www.wonderfulsleep.com".
- Kacper tells you what "they" don't want you to know.