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I was having a conversation with Don Croft, and we were discussing parasites. He sells and distributes a device called "The Zapper" based on Hulda Clark's principles that Ionization destroys unhealthy human body tissue including parasites.

A lot of diseases and medical ailments currently are being misdiagnosed.

One thing the Psychiatric community doesn't take into consideration is that Mental Health related illnesses maybe an effect of Parasites, and not necessarily related to Genetics or Experience.

Some people will make the claim that all mental health issues maybe related to Parasitism. Nice theory, but scientists have discovered and isolated certain genes responsible for Schizophrenia and other Dopamine related situations within humanity. Perhaps these genes make the host more susceptible to Parasitism if indeed they are responsible.

There is anecdotal evidence to suggest that the cocktail of Dopamine and Serotonin within the human brain as being a feeding source for these brain parasites.

Chemical treatments only kill certain known parasites. Even highly advanced Parasitic labs are not well suited to diagnose the thousands of species (20,000+ different creatures) that infect you. Chemical/Medicinal treatments are still very effective, however.

Ionization on the other hand supposedly destroys all parasites. From the inside out. Which is why i've been interested in Clark's Zapper.

As far as the human brain... It is easy to understand how the neurotransmitters would be the direct link between a Symbiote and a Human Being.

If a Parasite like T. Gondii can infect possibly 50 million Americans... It leads me to think that they have the ability to feed on the Neurochemicals in the brain and manipulate behavior.

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[link to www.livescience.com]


Something to think about. Also, there is another big correlation, a lot of modern day medicine prescribed for Mental Health or Sexual dysfunction is anti-parasitic by nature when you break it down in Medical Engineering principles. However, it is not marketed, and relatively unknown unless you look at the manufacturing and molecular structure of certain treatments.

Seems interesting that some Medications used in Psychiatry have similar molecular structure to Anti-Parasitic herbs or compounds discovered previously in nature or science... Now ask yourself why that is...? What is the Medical Community not telling you? Most doctors don't even know how drugs are created...

The idea of a parasitic symbiotically attached to your body is a idea that makes just about all people cringe. However, looking further into this matter maybe the most beneficial decision you make for your long term health.

Tom Cruise might have been correct when he said Mental Illness doesn't exist... But unfortunately brain parasites do exist. Get yourself tested for Toxoplasma gondii. Chances are you might have it.

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Jim Humbles MMS breaks the blood brain barrier.That would be the cheapest way to kill the buggers
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Jim Humbles MMS breaks the blood brain barrier.That would be the cheapest way to kill the buggers
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I dunno if just crossing the blood brain barrier would be an advantage or disadvantage...Lots of Minerals cross the blood brain barrier... Even a banana has minerals and transmitters thst cross the barrier..

Interesting, I never heard of Jim Humbles, but his website looks pretty crappy. Chlorine Dioxide Ion. Interesting,,,
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Parasites in the Brain?

At a recent evening lecture at the California Institute of Technology, a neurologist was explaining the ins and outs of new brain-imaging technology to an audience composed of Caltech professors, students, and members of the general public. The audience was rather quiet, lulled by the technical tone of the lecture. But when the neurologist mentioned in passing that the disease afflicting one of his patients was caused by a brain parasite, the whole room sat up and made a collective noise of disgust and alarm. Brain parasites!

But, in fact, parasites infect us all the time. They live in our bodies, even in our cells, and most of the time we do not even know that they are there. The brain can provide a pleasant, nurturing environment for parasites, because it has structures that prevent many of the immune system’s cells from entering, at least in the early stages of infection. Add to that plenty of oxygen and nutrients, and the brain seems like a rather nice place to live.

Despite its seemingly idyllic home, a brain parasite’s life does have its hardships. To begin with, the parasite has to find a way into the brain. Invasion of any organ is difficult, but the brain is an especially tough nut to crack due to a protective barrier between the bloodstream and brain fluid, called the blood-brain barrier. This barrier is made up of cells that make a tight seal along any blood vessels so that most stuff from the bloodstream (including brain parasites) can’t leak into the brain. If the parasite does manage to successfully enter the brain, it then has to deal with the attack of the immune system. The cells of the immune system act together to rid the body of any foreign organisms. In humans, the immune system is highly organized and efficient; parasites’ evasion mechanisms have evolved to be good enough to thwart the immune system, at least for a little while. Unfortunately, the most effective parasites are the ones we really have to worry about.

In fact, millions of people worldwide are infected by these efficacious brain parasites. If you haven’t heard about them before, it is probably because most infected people live in nonindustrialized countries, where living conditions are not very sanitary. Many of these brain parasites cause debilitating conditions and sometimes even death. So, in addition to being interesting biologically, brain parasites are also important in the context of human disease.

Two parasites with disease-causing capabilities are the pork tapeworm, Taenia solium, and the amoeba Naegleria fowleri. In addition to their medical importance, these two organisms illustrate the many ways that brain parasites are able to affect their hosts through their methods of invasion and survival.

Tapeworm: From Pork Chops to the Brain

The pork tapeworm is one of the most common disease-causing brain parasites. This parasite infects over 50 million people worldwide, and is the leading cause of brain seizures. It is usually contracted from eating undercooked pork, and once in the gut, it attaches to the intestine, and then grows to be several feet long. Under certain circumstances, these worms can also invade the brain, where thankfully they don’t grow to be quite so large.

Why does the worm sometimes attach to the intestine but at other times travel to the brain? It all depends on what stage of its life cycle the worm is in when it is swallowed. In its larval stage, the worm will hook onto the intestine; however, if eggs are swallowed, they hatch in the stomach. From there the larvae can enter the bloodstream and eventually travel to the brain. But in order to reach the brain from the bloodstream, the larvae must traverse the blood-brain barrier. Unfortunately, researchers still don’t know exactly how this happens. Many scientists think that the larvae can release enzymes that are able to dissolve a small portion of the blood-brain barrier to allow the parasite to get through into the brain.

Once the larvae reach the brain, they cause a disease called neurocysticercosis, by attaching to either the brain tissue itself, or to cavities through which brain fluid flows. (Brain fluid carries nutrients and waste to and from the brain, and acts as a cushion to protect the brain against physical impact.) Once attached, the larvae develop into cyst-like structures. The location of the cysts determines the symptoms exhibited by the host. If the larvae attach to the brain tissue, then the host often experiences seizures. This occurs partly because the presence of the larvae causes the activity of the brain to become wild and uncontrolled, thereby causing a seizure. On the other hand, if the larvae attach to the brain-fluid cavities, the host experiences headaches, nausea, dizziness, and altered mental states in addition to seizures. These additional symptoms occur because the flow of the brain fluid is blocked by the larvae. Often, the presence of the larvae also causes the lining of the brain-fluid cavities to become inflamed, further constricting the flow of the brain fluid. Since the cavities are a closed system, blockage of the cavities exerts pressure on the brain. This increased cranial pressure forces the heart to pump harder in order to deliver blood to the brain area, increasing the pressure on the brain even more. If the condition is not treated, the heart eventually cannot pump enough blood to the brain, neurons begin to die off, and major brain damage occurs.
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This shit is scary...how do you know if you've been infected with a parasite?
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Jim Humbles MMS breaks the blood brain barrier.That would be the cheapest way to kill the buggers


I dunno if just crossing the blood brain barrier would be an advantage or disadvantage...Lots of Minerals cross the blood brain barrier... Even a banana.

Interesting, I never heard of Jim Humbles, but his website looks pretty crappy. Chlorine Dioxide Ion. Interesting,,,
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I do or have read its effective with mad cow.Ill see if I can find the link
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Yup, I googled it and there even a utube thingy about it
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Yup, I googled it and there even a utube thingy about it
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It says this parasite makes women look sexier and men more stupid. I don't consider myself dumb but...

Damn, that's a horrible thought that anyone woman you're attracted to is infected with parasites!
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This shit is scary...how do you know if you've been infected with a parasite?
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Hahaha. Sorry. This topic of discussion usually makes people cringe.

I think being aware of your own actions and behaviors is probably key. There is not enough research or application in Medical Science yet to determine if you're a host to a brain parasite. In some occasions it becomes apparent. Brain scans and stool samples are not exactly very accurate diagnostic methods.

I think actions and behaviors will be a key determining factor in the future for investigating these bugs.

I think some companies, especially in the Mental Health field, already know a Parasite is responsible for the illness, instead of a cure though, they seem to tweak molecules around to become long term treatments.

I really do question Eli Lilly, who's main cash crop narcotic is derived from a anti-parasitic compound in Nature, but passed off as a treatment for BiPolar disorder and Schizophrenia. Eli Lilly also markets the compound for all kinds of health disorders... Hmmmm....
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I strongly feel parasites are behind every illness
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List of Human Parasites (and info):

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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I strongly feel parasites are behind every illness
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Yup. Same here.

I think parasites do not just reside in the 3dimensional biological world... but extend into the other 4d and etheric realms where other parasites live and feed off of humans.

The parasitosis in 3d reality, leaves you vulnerable in other dimensions... like a long link and chain. However, if you break yourself free, the chain of symbiosis is destroyed. Something to consider....

If a parasite infects your brain in 3d and manipulates your behavior and emotions... there are certain creatures who thrive off that emotional energy your auric body and etheric body create...

I also strongly feel parasites are behind every illness, so you are not alone in your presupposition.
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List of Human Parasites (and info):

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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This freaks me out the most:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

lol.

If you go to your General Practitioner telling him you think you're being invaded by parasites, you might get diagnosed with a mental illness lol.

I am sure there are extreme cases where it is based on delusion. It seems odd to create a DSM-4 category for Delusional Parasitosis. The description of that is like something from a Horror Sci Fiction movie.
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There is anecdotal evidence to suggest that the cocktail of Dopamine and Serotonin within the human brain as being a feeding source for these brain parasites.

...

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So much on this site is straight from Stargate....or maybe the other way around....
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List of Human Parasites (and info):

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Blah, there are so many.

People should be tested for all of them before they are diagnosed with diseases and illnesses which maybe symptoms of any of those Human Parasites.

I doubt that is feasible. Each Parasite probably needs to be individually tested. And you would need a cornucopia of drug treatments for them all.
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Why the Immune System Can’t “See” Tapeworm Cysts

The interaction between the immune system and the cysts is quite amazing; it is a great example of how evolution can produce two complementary systems. The immune system is seeking to find and destroy the parasite, while the parasite is attempting to stay hidden and alive. One way that the cysts are able to “hide” from the immune system is by degrading the antibodies that attach to them. There is some evidence that the antibodies are used as a food source, and that the cysts are able to coax the immune system to make more antibodies. The cysts can even disguise themselves as part of the host’s body by displaying proteins on their surfaces that identify them as part of the host—much as Wile E. Coyote hides from Sam Sheepdog in a herd of sheep by wearing a sheepskin. Finally, the location of the cysts is itself conducive to escaping detection by the immune system. The brain is not easily accessible to the cells of the immune system due to the presence of the blood-brain barrier, and so the parasites are partially protected from random encounters with the body’s defenders. Only when the immune response is in full swing can the immune cells enter the brain in large numbers.

Besides hiding from the immune system, the tapeworm parasites are able to prevent the immune cells from killing them by using several strategies. For instance, the parasites are able to prevent the complement proteins from attaching to their surfaces. The tapeworms can even release molecules that act as decoys, tricking the killer proteins into leaving them alone. The cysts also release other proteins that are able to protect them from being eaten, although how exactly this is accomplished is still unknown. There is some evidence that these proteins are able to prevent phagocytes from accurately targeting the cysts. One of the ways that phagocytes are able to go to the right place in the body during an infection is by following a chemical trail. This trail is produced by other immune cells at the site of infection. Some of the proteins released by the cysts are able to obscure this chemical trail so that the phagocytes become lost on their way to the infection. Cysts are also thought to release a second set of proteins that decreases the activity of new phagocytes. These proteins affect another group of immune cells that control the activity of new phagocytes; these regulatory immune cells then decrease the number of active phagocytes. Finally, a third set of proteins released by the cysts is thought to be able to prevent phagocytes from producing the proteins necessary to kill the cysts.
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I strongly feel parasites are behind every illness



Yup. Same here.

I think parasites do not just reside in the 3dimensional biological world... but extend into the other 4d and etheric realms where other parasites live and feed off of humans.

The parasitosis in 3d reality, leaves you vulnerable in other dimensions... like a long link and chain. However, if you break yourself free, the chain of symbiosis is destroyed. Something to consider....

If a parasite infects your brain in 3d and manipulates your behavior and emotions... there are certain creatures who thrive off that emotional energy your auric body and etheric body create...

I also strongly feel parasites are behind every illness, so you are not alone in your presupposition.
 Quoting: Tryptamind



I agree! Parasites can manipulate thought and behavior to sustain and propagate themselves.

BTW, I've been using a Terminator Zapper for 8 yrs now and STILL have not been sick once since then.
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List of Human Parasites (and info):

[link to en.wikipedia.org]



This freaks me out the most:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

lol.

If you go to your General Practitioner telling him you think you're being invaded by parasites, you might get diagnosed with a mental illness lol.

I am sure there are extreme cases where it is based on delusion. It seems odd to create a DSM-4 category for Delusional Parasitosis. The description of that is like something from a Horror Sci Fiction movie.
 Quoting: Tryptamind



This is what Morgellons disease was classified as until just recently.
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Just recently lost my favorite cat to what two Vets disagreed on(after he was misdiagnosed 4 times, for like you said, other more common ailments.!
One said FIP(Feline Infectious Peretinitis-also commonly know as mutated Corona Virus)
The other (who is the leading expert in FIP (practicing in the UK)said ToxicPlasmosis(parasitic-the one pregnant women can contract from changing kitty litter).
Never did get the answer. The Vet Hospital here refused to change treatment!
The other two cats are doing OK now.
One started showing some symptoms of not feeling well and I started giving them the Colliodal Silver Solution(ionically charged negative like the blood) I sell. They're both doing OK now. After reading what you posted I'm starting to understand why!
Same thing, T-ghondi, that you were mentioning. It's a parasite that often gets mistaken for other things because of the simularity in appearance to other bacteria.

I only found out it would work on that a few days after my cat died hf

Wondering about the diagnosis of MS that my daughter was just given by brain scan. She donated one of her kidneys a year ago, and would be susceptible to TP which can mimic MS.
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Ken Kesey on Saddam Hussein and the Mind Parasites

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[link to www.humaworm.com]
greatest thing out there...
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Jim Humbles MMS breaks the blood brain barrier.That would be the cheapest way to kill the buggers
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Yes! And this stuff is amazing! I take it myself and have never felt this good my whole life. And it only costs $20 for a year's supply!

It makes cells healthy. And parasites, bacteria and viruses cannot live in healthy cells, so the unhealthy cells die off to be replaced by the good guys. And the invaders die off with the cells. They tend to argue a lot before they go though...;-)
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One thing the Psychiatric community doesn't take into consideration is that Mental Health related illnesses maybe an effect of Parasites, and not necessarily related to Genetics or Experience.

Some people will make the claim that all mental health issues maybe related to Parasitism. Nice theory, but highly dubious since scientists have discovered and isolated certain genes responsible for Schizophrenia and other Dopamine related situations within humanity.
...
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I believe the link is actually a link between the presence of certain genes and a person having schizophrenia. That does not imply the genes directly causes schizophrenia. The gene could be responsible for creating elevated dopamine levels and other associated chemicals which in turn provides the ideal environment for a particular parasite to thrive, which in turn then causes schizophrenia.

So the theory involving parasites as the main causal agent of schizophrenia is not high dubious but imo rather likely.
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and the worms ate into his brain
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and the worms ate into his brain
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Reminds me of joe walsh on Whose Line is it?
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Good discussion people.

Parasites and parasitic conditions should be high on the agenda for today's Medical Students, if you ask my opinion.
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Fresh grated Tumeric roots, similar to ginger in usage.

I wonder if growing it would be illegal, not yet prolly huh ..

get thee a medicinal knowledge, plants will be your only pure source of material .. get busy .

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Fresh grated Tumeric roots, similar to ginger in usage.

I wonder if growing it would be illegal, not yet prolly huh ..

get thee a medicinal knowledge, plants will be your only pure source of material .. get busy .

Save a life, even your own !
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A prudent person foresees the danger ahead and takes precautions;the simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences-Proverbs22:3
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For the last couple of years I've felt a lot of pressure in my forehead but no pain.

I am also suffering from depression and tiredness.

Do you think I might have a brain parasite?


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