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Are you truly curious? Do you dare looking at something that most find is frightening?...if so try this:

Throughout human history you will find the narrative of a parasite that has infected mankind to be very pervasive. From the gnostics and the old greeks to Carl Jung and contemporary scholars as Dieter Broers and John Lash - we hear the narrative of an invasive parasite that influences our behaviors as individuals, groups and society.

In real terms such a parasite exists and it has infected some 20-30% of the global population. Its name is Toxoplasma, and it aims for you brain. Do you know it ?

Toxoplasma is the most successful parasite in the world. Multiple scientists calls it a “Global Threat” due to its detrimental effects on our health. It’s being associated with cancer, diabetes, bipolar, schizophrenia, dementia, host-control, fear and lowered curiosity. It has infected +20% of the global population. In US and Europe it is even more prevalent with significant variance from country to country. The older you are the higher the probability for being infected - so it's worth investing 15 minutes in getting to know it. Below you will find a compressed version of most of the information on Tg.
[link to medium.com (secure)]

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"The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing. Never lose a holy curiosity. Condemnation without investigation is the height of ignorance." Albert Einstein
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8 minute video on Toxo from CBC.....worth a glance.


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As you might know Toxoplasma is a parasite that can traverse the blood-brain-barrier and thus infect our brains. You might also know that some 20% of us are infected....but do you know that institutions as CDC, WHO, UN and FAO has been issuing warnings for years? Calling for political action and focus from the media. Did you know that there is a huge frustration in the scientific and health-care community that nothing is being done? Do you know that Toxoplasma is being called "a global threat" by several groups of scientists?

Over the last 15-20 years scientists from biology, parasitology, neurology, medicine etc. has developed a deep understanding of what happens when you get infected - and have found that Tg is really dangerous to human beings, and that there might be relation between Tg and a - surprisingly large - number of really serious diseases such as schizophrenia, alzheimer's, depression, brain cancer, diabetes etc. The list is quite long and quite remarkable. Also a lot of research has been made on the mind-altering effects of Toxoplasma, which by itself also is highly remarkable....for instance scientists says that it changes the perception of risk and makes people aggressive and suicidal.

When was the last time you heard of an infection that makes people sick in a number of ways - from schizophrenia to cancer, and that could alter their minds? Ever?

Think about it - Tg is something totally unique, it is in a class of its own, no other parasite/virus/infection resembles it. It is singular. It is something we have not seen before. Ever. And yet, most people doesn't know it.

For years scientists and institutions have been appealing to politicians and the press to deal with the matter. WHO, CDC and UN has explicitly been trying to get this on the political agenda for more than 5 years, but nothing happens....the politicians do not listen, the journalists do not ask questions.

Give you nearest politician or mass media a call - and ask for their opinion on Toxoplasma. Ask you doctor too. Create attention. Try discussing it with friends and family - educate and take action. The problem can be solved and everyone should know the prophylactics to reduce risk of infection. I'm confident that Toxoplasma can be dealt with and that humans can be immunized - but the first step there is to recognize the problem.

Here are some of the remarkable things that scientists and institutions says about the issue:

EC Neurology (2018): “Although latent, chronic infection with Toxoplasma gondii (..) was generally considered relatively benign, the systematic review of the available literature revealed that latent, chronic infection could be a risk factor for a wide spectrum of several neurological and psychiatric manifestations, including altered cognition and behavior as a possible consequence. “

Unit for Gastrointestinal Infections, Robert Koch Institute Germany (2016): "High numbers of seroconversions during pregnancies pose substantial risks for unborn children. Efforts to raise awareness of toxoplasmosis in public health programs targeting to T. gondii transmission control are therefore strongly advocated."

Flegr et al. (2016): "Results of the present cohort study, along with the previous data from many case-control studies or ecological studies suggest that latent toxoplasmosis represents a large and so far underrated public health problem."

WHO (2016): "Toxoplasmosis: greater awareness needed (..) More awareness is needed (..) about the risk factors for infection of Toxoplasma gondii, according to the World Health Organization (WHO)."

Kugler et al. (2016): "Systemic toxoplasma infection triggers a long-term defect in the generation and function of naive T lymphocytes" (.. ) leads to an immunocompromised state that both promotes chronic toxoplasma infection and leads to decreased resistance to challenge with an unrelated pathogen."

WHO (2015): "The disease burden due to most foodborne parasites is highly focal and results in significant morbidity and mortality among vulnerable populations."

Sinai et al. (2015): "…the study has significant implications on the understanding of chronic toxoplasmosis in the brain, a condition suggested to contribute to a range of neurological diseases including schizophrenia in humans" "These findings directly challenge the prevailing notion of bradyzoites as dormant nonreplicative entities in chronic toxoplasmosis and have implications on our understanding of this enigmatic and clinically important life cycle stage. This fundamentally alters our understanding of chronic toxoplasmosis,"

Flegr et al. (2014): "Toxoplasmosis; A Global Threat. Correlation of Latent Toxoplasmosis with Specific Disease Burden.."

Center for Disease Control, CDC, USA (2014): "Parasitic infections affect millions around the world causing seizures,blindness, infertility, heart failure, and even death (..) While parasitic infections can sometimes affect millions of people, they often cause few symptoms and go unnoticed (..) More than 60 million people (in US) are chronically infected with Toxoplasma gondii (..) The CDC experts noted that most parasitic infections can be prevented and many are treatable. But they most often go undiagnosed and untreated because people don't know they are at risk or infected, and many doctors, unfamiliar with these infections, fail to diagnose or treat them properly"

United Nations/FAO (2014): "Despite their huge social costs and global impacts, information is generally lacking regarding just where these parasites come from, how they live in the human body, and ;most importantly;how they make people sick (..) But considering the problems they cause, these parasites do not get the attention they deserve. We hope that by releasing a top 10 ranking we can increase awareness among policy makers, the media and the general public about this major public health issue."

Prime Minister of Iceland (2014): "PM Fears Behavior-Changing Microbe in Imported Meat"

Gary Smith et al. (2014) Up to 1/5 of all schizophrenia related to Tg. "By finding out how important a factor T. gondii infection is, this work might inform our attitude to researching the subject. Instead of ridiculing the idea of a connection between T. gondii and schizophrenia because it seems so extraordinary, we can sit down and consider the evidence. Perhaps then we might be persuaded to look for more ways to reduce the number of people infected with toxoplasma."

Flegr et al (2014) The existence of a strong correlation between the prevalence of toxoplasmosis and health of population (..) suggests that 'asymptomatic' latent toxoplasmosis could have a large impact on public health.

WHO (2013): "Our estimates of the incidence and burden of CT point to a very large global burden of toxoplasmosis. (..) There are also increasing reports of neurological, psychiatric or psychomotor disorders related to "latent" toxoplasmosis, and of a higher frequency of road traffic accidents among seropositive individuals (..) the global burden of disease attributable to toxoplasmosis is considerably greater than suggested by our CT data.".

Professor Jaroslav Flegr: (2012) "'When you add up all the different ways it can harm us,' says Flegr, 'Toxoplasma might even kill as many people as malaria, or at least a million people a year (..)There is strong psychological resistance to the possibility that human behavior can be influenced by some stupid parasite,"

Furtado et al. (2011) "Toxoplasmosis; A Global Threat"

Wiki (2009): Overall, Toxoplasmosis can have extremely detrimental effects on anyone who contracts the disease."

Links to the above in this article: [link to medium.com (secure)]

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How do you currently/fight it?

Another thread mentioned Diomataceous Earth for arthritis and some have suggested it's good for getting rid of parasites. Curious if DE would combat TG.
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Are you truly curious? Do you dare looking at something that fundamentally is frightening?...if so try this:

Throughout human history you will find the narrative of a parasite that has infected mankind to be very pervasive. From the gnostics and the old greeks to Carl Jung and contemporary scholars as Dieter Broers and John Lash - we hear the narrative of an invasive parasite that influences our behaviors as individuals, groups and society.

In real terms such a parasite exists and it has infected some 20-30% of the global population. Its name is Toxoplasma, and it aims for you brain. Do you know it ?

Toxoplasma is the most successful parasite in the world. Multiple scientists calls it a “Global Threat” due to its detrimental effects on our health. It’s being associated with cancer, diabetes, bipolar, schizophrenia, dementia, host-control, fear and lowered curiosity. It has infected +20% of the global population. In US and Europe it is even more prevalent with significant variance from country to country. The older you are the higher the probability for being infected - so it's worth investing 15 minutes in getting to know it. Below you will find a compressed version of most of the information on Tg.
[link to medium.com (secure)]
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Does it matter if you own a cat or not?
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How do you currently/fight it?

Another thread mentioned Diomataceous Earth for arthritis and some have suggested it's good for getting rid of parasites. Curious if DE would combat TG.
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There is a list of medication and suggested alternative remedies in the linked article.
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Are you truly curious? Do you dare looking at something that fundamentally is frightening?...if so try this:

Throughout human history you will find the narrative of a parasite that has infected mankind to be very pervasive. From the gnostics and the old greeks to Carl Jung and contemporary scholars as Dieter Broers and John Lash - we hear the narrative of an invasive parasite that influences our behaviors as individuals, groups and society.

In real terms such a parasite exists and it has infected some 20-30% of the global population. Its name is Toxoplasma, and it aims for you brain. Do you know it ?

Toxoplasma is the most successful parasite in the world. Multiple scientists calls it a “Global Threat” due to its detrimental effects on our health. It’s being associated with cancer, diabetes, bipolar, schizophrenia, dementia, host-control, fear and lowered curiosity. It has infected +20% of the global population. In US and Europe it is even more prevalent with significant variance from country to country. The older you are the higher the probability for being infected - so it's worth investing 15 minutes in getting to know it. Below you will find a compressed version of most of the information on Tg.
[link to medium.com (secure)]
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Does it matter if you own a cat or not?
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No - it doesn't matter. There is a slight overweight of infected among cat owners...but is only marginal.
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This amazing "thing" looks like a molecular machine. It is extremely small and is called a conoid. It sits on the tip of the single-celled Toxoplasma parasite. It is made of so called microtubules and is a fascinating construct. Science has no conclusive explanation as to what purpose it has.

What do you think its used for?

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Here is a schematic diagram of the conoid. Looks like something from the desk of an engineer. Antenna like properties? perhaps electromagnetic induction? It has coils that can be moved back and forth.

Microtubules are proven to hold quantum fluctuations that relates directly to consciousness (Penrose/Hameroff)

Have you seen anything like this before?

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Here is a model of the microtubule structure.

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The most informative post I've read all day, thank you for posting OP.

Officially endorsed medication:
Pyrimethamine, a generic drug that can be produced at a very low cost. Often administered together with penicillin (sulfadiazine) and folic acid
Spiramycin, Clarithromycin, Azithromycin, Atovaquone/Clindamycin also finds usage
Various antipsychotic medication (!)
Suggested alternatives (use own discernment, read the information in the links. No advice given in this article):
Natural antibiotic tonic (turmeric, garlic, pepper etc)
Marijuana/cannabis oil
DMT
Syrian Rue
Chinese herbs (Torilis, Zingiber, Sophora, Astragalus,Scutellaria)
Turmeric (Curcumin)
Artemisinin and derivatives
Black Pepper (piperidine)
Oil of oregano
Garlic
Ginger
Ficus Religiosa
Myhrr/Mirazid
Black Seed
Boiss oli
Brahmi (Bacopa)
Black walnut
Sodium chlorite
Monatomic gold
Tobacco (especially due to elevation of CO in the bloodstream)
Statistical analysis shows that those with Tg infection are less prone to smoke tobacco and marijuana.
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5 star. Bingo.
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aliens are here and have been here.
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aliens are here and have been here.
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It certainly appears alien.... but one should be careful jumping to conclusions as to what actually constitutes the concept of "alien".

Toxo is recognized by our immune system as alien, why Toxo has to develop extremely sophisticated tactics to subvert it.
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Also be sure to cook meat thoroughly, especially if you eat pork! Hunters who eat what they shoot, should be especially careful because the parasite is very prolific in wildlife— hogs, especially.
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Is it of this planet?

Where did it originate and how'd it enter the animal kingdom?

I always thought it came from getting scratched by a cat and caused fever in pregnant women?
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You always hear about how bad it is but there is no cure.
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Is it of this planet?

Where did it originate and how'd it enter the animal kingdom?

I always thought it came from getting scratched by a cat and caused fever in pregnant women?
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Toxo is completely natural, and we understand most of its biology and ontology. The issue here is to consider what "natural" is.

Toxo has developed for at least 10 million years. Parasites has been around since life emerged. Strategies for controlling the host has been around just as long.

Parasitism is an evolutionary strategy.
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You always hear about how bad it is but there is no cure.
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Yes - its bad. Really bad.

Yes - there are many ways to address the problem.

We can reduce its effects, we can lower the risk and we can cure....it is just not being done.

Toxo is a problem that has been solved - and that is such a paradox.
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Toxoplasmosis Gondi is an alien (Atchon) presence, forseen by the Gnostics.


"NOTE: There is considerable discussion of alien mind parasites all over the Internet, much of it relating to pop culture, science fiction, and various fixations and fascinations of the Millennials who are deeply infected but also exhibit in some cases ferocious resistance to the alien mindset.

The expose of Toxo and how to overcome it are not without comic and hilarious features. This is a mirror of Mandela Effect Decoded channel which is an interactive portal for investigation of the Mandela Effect created and developed by John Lamb Lash who invites dialogue and discussion.

The comment section is open to all inquiring persons motivated by a sincere intent to learn and share discoveries."

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]



“Have you also learned that secret from the river; that there is no such thing as time?" That the river is everywhere at the same time, at the source and at the mouth, at the waterfall, at the ferry, at the current, in the ocean and in the mountains, everywhere and that the present only exists for it, not the shadow of the past nor the shadow of the future.”

Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha
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From the above John Lamb Lash video...

(Paraphrase)- Toxo causes sexual arousal from things which are non-sexual....


“Have you also learned that secret from the river; that there is no such thing as time?" That the river is everywhere at the same time, at the source and at the mouth, at the waterfall, at the ferry, at the current, in the ocean and in the mountains, everywhere and that the present only exists for it, not the shadow of the past nor the shadow of the future.”

Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha
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This amazing "thing" looks like a molecular machine. It is extremely small and is called a conoid. It sits on the tip of the single-celled Toxoplasma parasite. It is made of so called microtubules and is a fascinating construct. Science has no conclusive explanation as to what purpose it has.

What do think its used for?

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Cats really are aliens.

I use thr ultra controversial Gum Spirits. I feel alive when I take it.
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Two weeks ago a comprehensive scientific report on Toxoplasma's influence on human risk-taking was published. [link to rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org]

The article has since been the subject of 1.000's of news articles, blog-posts and comments like this one - or this blogpost by the german scholar Dieter Biers (in german). [link to dieter-broers.de (secure)]

Here he states:

"Recent research has shown that the insidious intellectual parasite Toxoplasma gondii has an influence on the social and economic system of previously unknown proportions."

"Anyone who wonders why egocentricity, greed, and lack of conscience have taken such a high profile in society will probably receive a disturbing answer from the ongoing research of various universities."

"The parasite Toxoplasma gondii can hijack both the brain and the immune system. "

"The infection rates and its rate of dissemination are worrying. Every third person carries the parasite worldwide, almost every second in Germany."

"The Great Danger: The real purpose of this parasite is to override the fundamental self-preservation instinct of an infected person. It achieves this by literally attacking the natural self-protection and survival instinct."

...and yet 99% of the population have never heard of Toxoplasma, no programmes are in place to prevent it or remove it.

Do you have any idea why?
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May be the cause of 25 percent of schizophrenia cases.


Yes, a serious threat.

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Wow, very informative thread.

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May be the cause of 25 percent of schizophrenia cases.


Yes, a serious threat.
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Schizophrenia and Toxo has been on the scientific agenda for many years. There are numerous of studies illuminating the Toxo/Schizophrenia correlation and several studies pointing to how it actually affects the brain chemistry.

There also is a huge frustration among these scientists - because they are being ignored...e.g

Gary Smith et al. (2014) Up to 1/5 of all schizophrenia related to Tg. "By finding out how important a factor T. gondii infection is, this work might inform our attitude to researching the subject. Instead of ridiculing the idea of a connection between T. gondii and schizophrenia because it seems so extraordinary, we can sit down and consider the evidence. Perhaps then we might be persuaded to look for more ways to reduce the number of people infected with toxoplasma."

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Here's a new study on how gold nano-particles can kill Toxoplasma.

If you are familiar with the narratives on Tg in general and the way gold plays a central role in the Annunaki narratives - perhaps you can see the interesting correlation too?

[link to www.omicsonline.org (secure)]

Background: Toxoplasmosis caused by Toxoplasma gondii which is an obligate intracellular parasite with worldwide distribution. The use of nanoparticles is of the methods which have recently been applied in the anti-parasitic studies and have showed the acceptable results.

Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the anti-toxoplasma ability of gold nanoparticles in vitro.
Materials and Methods: In this experimental study, the concentrations of 100, 200, 400, 800 and 1000 ppm of
gold nanoparticles at different times of 30, 60, 120 and 180 minutes were separately used to evaluate the effect of nanoparticles on the RH strain of tachyzoite of Toxoplasma gondii. The number of live tachyzoites at each
concentration as well as at positive and negative controls were determined using microscopy method and trypan blue 1%. The data obtained were analyzed by SPSS 18 software using ANOVA test.

Results: The percentage of live tachyzoites was decreased with increasing of time from 30-180 minutes and
increasing of the concentration of gold nanoparticles from 100 to 1000 ppm. The best results were obtained in a
concentration of 1000 µg/mL; so that it was able to destroy 100% of tachyzoite in this concentration.

Conclusion: The results showed that gold nanoparticles are able to effectively reduce the tachyzoites of T. gondii and it can be considered as a viable alternative to treat the toxoplasmosis.
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Dried these suckers up, crush em, and rail em for a reallll mind blowing buzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!
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A new study that is being widely reported by media all over the world shows a correlation between risk-taking and Toxo infection - confirming what has been said by many scientists for years:

Toxoplasma is a mind-altering brain parasite.


"Brain-Altering Cat Parasite's Link to Entrepreneurs Reveals Its Vast Reach"
[link to www.inverse.com (secure)]

What do you think will come next? The political interest in Tg (for instance in US) has changed lately as it approaches the public-political agenda. This new report will accelerate this process. Already, some start to eye a storyline in "Entrepreneur", "Trump" and "Toxo"..... do you believe that this will/can be used in the current state of politics? If it does - it will bring Tg to the top of the agenda in news and politics all over the world. What sort of consequence would that have to the political situation? to the public discourse? to demand for action?

How will the food and agriculture industry mitigate this? (it could be worse that Creutzfeldt Jacobs). How will the health sector cope? How will the state deal with it?

As of now there are no answers to these questions, because the Tg issue seems to be tabu in the system - even after years of vocal warnings from WHO, UN/FAO, CDC and a huge number of scientists from all over the world calling it a "Global Threat" , showing correlations to cancer, diabetes, schizophrenia and a lot more.

How will the public react to the facts of Tg's detrimental effects? How should the political system react? How do we mitigate the obvious issues of fear and disturbance over the notion of a "mind-altering brain-parasite" in humans? How do we solve the problem and eradicate Tg from humans?

PS: My research has shown that it is highly likely that Tg is NOT a "cat-parasite", and that the cat is an innocent victim.
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Re: Are you curious enough to look at Toxoplasma?
Nope, not curious at all

Curiosity murdered the meow meow
The chariots of God are tens of thousands, and thousands of thousands.