Stealth Virus, Bacteria and Fungi
Infections cannot be separated from the conditions that invite
pathogens to proliferate. This seems to boggle the minds of orthodox
medical scientists who seem to be able to only focus on one thing at a time.
The field of infectious disease is unable to treat a broad range of chronic diseases that are plaguing humanity because of blinders that prevent it from addressing yeast and fungi invaders as well as the simplest most primitive bacteria and viruses. The majority of allopathic doctors resort to antibiotics, which are only effective for a narrow band of pathogens with the further detraction of devastating the body in a range of ways. Their other weapon of choice is vaccines to prevent viral infections and this opens a murky door to vaccine injury of one type or another. Neither of these weapons lays a finger on a broad and threatening range of fungi and does even less to alleviate what are called L-bacteria or mycoplasmas which take up residence inside our cells and cause havoc from within.
Mycoplasma infection is respiratory illness caused by Mycoplasma
pneumonia, a microscopic organism related to bacteria and fungi.1
We live in a dangerous world and anything that throws us out of balance invites pathogens to take up residence in our bodies. Modern medicine has to come to grips with its ineptitude, with its reluctance to deal with the full gamut of pathogens as a physicist has to deal with the full range of the electromagnetic spectrum. Medicine is even worse at looking at some of the primary root causes of pathogen overload like mercury, which is an ever growing threat to humanity that has already contaminated the earth.
A pertinent point comes from Dr. Isaac Pessah at U.C. Davis. His work showed that even very low concentrations of thimerosal (mercury) damaged the immune system. It happened in this way: Dendritic cells are the kingpins of the immune system. Each dendritic cell controls 200-300 T cells. When dendritic cells are affected by mercury, they first begin to send aberrant signals to the T-cells and when further damaged, they cease to send signals. Perhaps T cells in the brain are unable to function normally after mercury affects their controllers. This would give bacteria and viruses that reach the brain (including those introduced thru vaccines), the opportunity to do damage.
Mercury is invading humanity not only in vaccines2 but in the air we
breathe, the water we drink, it’s in our foods as well as in our dental fillings.
Scientists at Arizona State University tell us that antibiotic use is known to almost completely inhibit excretion of mercury in rats due to alteration of gut flora,3 and even with the known fact that antibiotics are creating powerful resistant bacterial strains does not stop doctors from using them to their hearts and pharmaceutical companies content. In this chapter we will employ iodine (imbedded in a protocol) as the correct broad spectrum anti-pathogen capable of taking out all foreign proteins that do not belong in our bodies.
Infections can lead to induction of autoimmunity.
Rocken, Urban & Shevach, 1992
On March 4, 2004 Fortune Magazine wrote, “$200 Billion dollars spent on cancer and they have done nothing. Billions more on diabetes – what is going on?” The field of infectious disease does not consider cancer or diabetes to be in part or in full infectious diseases though main stream oncology admits that infections are a cause of up to 40 percent of cancer. Now we find that enteroviruses have been found in pancreatic tissue from 60% of children with type 1 diabetes, but not in children without the disease.4 UK researchers have also found that 40% of adults with type 2 diabetes had signs of the infection in insulin-producing cells.
Every first year med student knows that until you
know what’s causing a disease it’s very hard to treat it.
Dr. Alan Cantwell
The latest research, published in Diabetologia, was made possible by a pathologist in Glasgow who for 25 years collected tissue samples from children across the UK who had died less than 12 months after being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Dr Alan Foulis believed that enteroviruses – a common family of viruses which cause symptoms such as vomiting and diarrhoea – would be present but until recently the technology was not sensitive enough to detect them.
Enterovirus infection can trigger the immune reaction
that kicks off the destruction of beta cells in the pancreas.
Professor Noel Morgan from the Peninsula Medical School, said the results showed the underlying infection with enteroviruses were not “rare events“. Karen Addington, chief executive of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, who funded the research, said the findings were important as the incidence of type 1 diabetes is increasing every year and there is currently no way to prevent it, which of course is not true. What she meant was that allopathic medicine has no clue how to prevent or treat type one diabetes.
A person with Type 1 diabetes may be offered some hope when they
learn that some researchers were able to halt the onset of Type 1 diabetes
by using an antifungal drug within four months of the onset of the disease.
Dr. A.V. Constantini, former head of the WHO Collaborating Center for Mycotoxins in Food and pulmonologist and clinical professor at the University of California has spent 20 years studying and collecting data on the role fungi and mycotoxins play in devastating diseases. In his research he found a number of mycotoxins that demonstrate specific toxicity to the pancreas. In his findings he states that the fusarium toxin fumonisin, T-2 mycotoxin and diacetoxyscripenol, all common in corn and its products, produce pancreatic cell damage. Fumonisin contaminates corn with the greatest frequency and is present in corn in particularly high concentrations. Virtually all corn is contaminated with mycotoxins of one type or another 5 and now we find out that corn oil is contaminated with mercury because of the way it is processed.
Fungi and their mycotoxins manipulate their hosts on the cellular level,
and prevent us from defending ourselves by subverting the immune
system. Fungi perform around 350 different hormone conversions.
It is suspected that this may be a prime reason for the epidemic of diabetes spreading through Latin American countries, due to their use of corn as a major staple in their diets. According to the CDC data on prevalence of diabetes in the USA, overall, the age-adjusted diabetes prevalence among Hispanics was approximately twice that among non-Hispanic whites, and at age 45 or older, the prevalence of diabetes is 1.4 to 2.3 times as frequent in blacks as in whites. 35% of all white children today will have diabetes by 45-50 and over 50% of hispanics and non-whites will have this disease.
Information on mycotoxins, mostly coming from corn products,
and mercury now being found in HFCS hi fructose corn syrup
is dire for what they may together be causing in our civilization.
A treatment program called the Marshall Protocol is a medical treatment being used by physicians worldwide to treat a variety of chronic inflammatory and autoimmune diseases including (but not limited to) sarcoidosis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, fibromyalgia, Crohn’s Disease, and rheumatoid arthritis. The Marshall Protocol is a phase II community-based internet study that is monitored by the FDA and is based on the hypothesis that chronic diseases (termed Th1 illnesses), are the result of infection by an intraphagocytic, metagenomic microbiota of chronic bacterial forms that are often referred to as the Th1 pathogens. The term intraphagocytic refers to the fact that these bacteria have developed the ability to remain alive and proliferate undetected inside the cytoplasm of the cells they infect. These cells include macrophages, the very cells of the immune system that the body uses to kill invading pathogens. Once inside these cells, they cause our own cells to release inflammatory cytokines (proteins that often generate pain and/or fatigue).
Pathogens act in ways which cause them to evade the immune system and once they
gaine a foothold, disrupt the mitochondria, leading to low cellular energy, which makes
them even more vulnerable to pathogen invasion and heavy metal accumulation.
Many of the Th1 pathogens are also postulated to be in a chronic state referred to as the L-form. L-form bacteria simply represent part of the natural life cycles of classical bacteria. Under certain conditions, they mutate from classical bacteria, losing their cell walls in the process. Also known as Mycoplasmas L-forms are a specific unique species of bacteria – the smallest free-living organism known on the planet. The primary differences between mycoplasmas and other bacteria is that regular bacteria have a solid cell-wall structure and they can grow in the simplest culture media. Mycoplasmas however, do not have a cell wall, and like a tiny jellyfish with a pliable membrane, can take on many different shapes which make them difficult to identify, even under a high powered electron microscope. Mycoplasmas can also be very hard to culture in the laboratory and are often missed as pathogenic causes of diseases for this reason.
The accepted name was chosen because Mycoplasmas were observed to have a fungi-like structure (Mycology is the study of fungi – hence “Myco”) and it also had a flowing plasma-like structure without a cell wall – hence “plasma”. The first strains were isolated from cattle with arthritis and pleuro-pneumonia in 1898 at the Pasteur Institute. Although researchers have known about L-form bacteria for over a century, up until recently they have not fully understood their role in causing chronic disease. Because they lack a cell wall, many antibiotics are unable to kill them directly and they cannot be detected by standard laboratory tests.
Mycoplasmas, unlike viruses, can grow in tissue fluids (blood, joint,
heart, chest and spinal fluids) and can grow inside any living tissue
cell without killing the cells, as most normal bacteria and viruses will do.
Dr. Leslie Taylor
Mark Sircus Ac., OMD
Director International Medical Veritas Association
Professor Sircus (honorary doctor of Oriental medicine) is the Director of Natural Allopathic and Oriental Medical studies at the DaVinci College of Holistic Medicine, which is accredited by the Complementary Medicine Association in the United Kingdom and a member of the International Association for Distance Learning.
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1 There are over 100 recognized species of the genus Mycoplasma. Without a cell wall, they are unaffected by many common antibiotics such as penicillin or other beta-lactam antibiotics that target cell wall synthesis.
2 Barthelow Classen in The Open Endocrinology Journal shows a 50% reduction of type 2 diabetes occurred in Japanese children following the discontinuation of a single vaccine, a vaccine to prevent tuberculosis. This decline occurred at a time when there is a global epidemic of type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome, which includes obesity, altered blood cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, and increased blood glucose resulting from insulin resistance. Classen proposes a new explanation for the epidemic of both insulin dependent diabetes (type 1 diabetes), which has previously been shown to be caused by vaccines and non insulin dependent diabetes (type 2 diabetes). Upon receipt of vaccines or other strong immune stimulants some individuals develop a hyperactive immune system leading to autoimmune destruction of insulin secreting cells. Other individuals produce increased cortisol, an immune suppressing hormone, to suppress the vaccine induced inflammation. The increased cortisol leads to type 2 diabetes and metabolic yndrome.https://www.reuters.com/article/pressRelease/idUS88745+04-Apr-2008+PRN20080404
5 Corn refiners use shelled corn which has been stripped from the cob during harvesting. Refiners separate the corn into its components — starch, oil, protein and fiber — and convert them into higher value products. Americans rely on corn for the majority of all the nutritive sweeteners they consume. Corn refiners produce three major classes of sweeteners: corn syrups, dextrose, and fructose . Another mainstay of the industry and of the U.S. economy — is Starch. Americans rely on corn refiners for over 90 percent of their starch needs. Corn refining is America’s premier Bioproducts industry, with increasing production of amino acids, antibiotics and degradable plastics adding further value to the U.S.corn crop. In addition to starches, sweeteners and ethanol — all made from the starch portion of the corn — refiners produce Corn oil and a variety of important Feed products. The mycotoxins, unregulated in the US, are in these products we are ingesting everyday. It is deplorable that even the American Diabetes Association ignores the available information and lists recommendations and recipes using these products on their website, claiming they are beneficial to diabetics! The origin of many diseases that are referred to as having an unknown etiology or idiopathic is that it is in the “food” we eat and the many mycotoxins found in our daily diet. Currently the FDA only monitors Aflatoxin. Mycotoxins that affect the nervous system, attack cells and manipulate our DNA (transversions, translocations, apoptosis etc.) are ignored. Fungal infections and mycoses are not even a CDC reportable diseases. Professor dr. M. J. Dumanov, ScD., Mycological Institute FMHH
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