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posted 20 August 2006 02:54 PM      Profile for Snuckles   Author's Homepage        Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
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August 21, 2006

MADONNA and her husband, Guy Ritchie, have been lobbying the British Government and nuclear industry over a magic cleaning solution.

The couple, both followers of the Jewish spiritual movement Kabbalah, approached Downing Street, Whitehall and British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) promoting a scheme to clean up radioactive waste using a "mystical" liquid tested in a Russian lake.

"It was like a crank call ... the scientific mechanisms and principles were just bollocks, basically," one official said.

But public servants at the Department of Trade and Industry and scientists at BNFL were obliged to take the celebrity couple seriously.

It is understood that the couple, who live in London and Wiltshire, were promoting a water-based solution that had allegedly proved successful in neutralising dangerous nuclear waste in Russia.

The Kabbalah Centre, which is based in California, believes water is a uniquely important substance that can be given magic healing powers through "meditations and the consciousness of sharing".

Madonna is said to have approached Downing Street, before being directed to the DTI. "She relentlessly pursued people," said a former DTI public servant. "She wanted to get this Russian scientist to explain this to civil servants."


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