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Are you curious enough to look at Toxoplasma?

 
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Try to google "Wolf spider"...and compare it with the picture above....
"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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Try to google "Wolf spider"...and compare it with the picture above....
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The image of Neith is 'lifted' above the frame in the membrane allowing passage of the spider to 'access' the tachyzoite. It also illustrates a temporal 'pause' in ST whereby either predators, host cell or em-field bias the affectation. Em-field bias is either brain field or external bias.

Let's consider the known mechanism in which tachyzoites develop within a feline gut. If one 'sees' the light of cell fusion at oocyst creation, then an entanglement link would exist between the host feline gut population and that of ultimate carriers. If one perceives the ability of such organisms to be able to transduce RF or sense vibrations, then the hive mind notion also arises. As does sample and control I/O.

Bee melittin, a-helical cationic peptide, is an antiparasitic peptide from Apis.

e.g.: "Melittin triggers apoptosis in Candida albicans through the reactive oxygen species-mediated mitochondria/caspase-dependent pathway", [link to academic.oup.com (secure)]

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Try to google "Wolf spider"...and compare it with the picture above....
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The image of Neith is 'lifted' above the frame in the membrane allowing passage of the spider to 'access' the tachyzoite. It also illustrates a temporal 'pause' in ST whereby either predators, host cell or em-field bias the affectation. Em-field bias is either brain field or external bias.

Let's consider the known mechanism in which tachyzoites develop within a feline gut. If one 'sees' the light of cell fusion at oocyst creation, then an entanglement link would exist between the host feline gut population and that of ultimate carriers. If one perceives the ability of such organisms to be able to transduce RF or sense vibrations, then the hive mind notion also arises. As does sample and control I/O.

Bee melittin, a-helical cationic peptide, is an antiparasitic peptide from Apis.

e.g.: "Melittin triggers apoptosis in Candida albicans through the reactive oxygen species-mediated mitochondria/caspase-dependent pathway", [link to academic.oup.com (secure)]

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 Quoting: just a dude


Really interesting. Esp. wrt the temporal pause and hive mind. No doubt that there is a strong logical/computational aspect - which also influences causality. Please elaborate further if you please - it is highly interesting and illuminating.
"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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In viewing the radome structure, the conoid, replete with bundles of microtubules, structurally compresses between apical and polar rings to allow for microtubule insertion. Microtubules, being as inner space bundles, are seen to have characteristics of pseudo-BEC. This allows for a situation where the tachyzoite nucleus being in or near the null or neutral potential zone and the rings being rich in electrons a negative potential gradient develops. The base, in the neutral can be biased in this arrangement.

The radome structure can serve a similar purpose as that of a missile radome; namely, to provide an appropriate filter to the world in relation to the propice moment in the process of injection - epignetics.

Neith // goddess of weaving // Nurse of Crocodiles // Endodyogeny
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Spam. That explains many backward things in Hawaii...
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The Neith door as an 'open sesame' trick, whereby prey's intent in communion/infection in the neutral zone is 'open,' revealed to All and subject to All.

Prey is syncing with host. The moment propice where Universe takes note of the 'infringement.'

So my question is a loop back to one of the first things I asked; namely:

Would it make a difference if you Loved the organism?

Prey loves synergy - sync with your internal clocks to link via RF.
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Spam. That explains many backward things in Hawaii...
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demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy

Couldn't post some of the material that led to this, must be a sensitive topic. Sloughingly so.
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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?

apical2
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alien engineered microscopic life form for human mind control?
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5G antenna!
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All of the above perhaps?

Kinda looks like a drill too.


Great thread OP
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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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Just get your cat tested as well as yourself. Simple antibody test.

On that note, apparently I am antibody negative. I have no cats and never have.
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Would it make a difference if you Loved the organism?

Prey loves synergy - sync with your internal clocks to link via RF.
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Is an egret sitting on the back of a rhino in a predator prey relationship with the rhino? Do you know what a triphala is?

Suppose everything is being born, and nothing is dying?
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Spam. That explains many backward things in Hawaii...
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demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy

Couldn't post some of the material that led to this, must be a sensitive topic. Sloughingly so.
 Quoting: just a dude


End result of making sun. Too much mercury.
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"Effects of Recent Methylmercury Exposure on Acute Toxoplasmosis" explains all. Its a complex world. I hope Apple can clean some of it up.
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Would it make a difference if you Loved the organism?

Prey loves synergy - sync with your internal clocks to link via RF.
 Quoting: just a dude


Is an egret sitting on the back of a rhino in a predator prey relationship with the rhino? Do you know what a triphala is?

Suppose everything is being born, and nothing is dying?
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Yet the 'infected' cell occupants increase in number and cell eventually dies. Data is lost to entropy.

Predator - prey was an example. At the organism level, to 'observe' requires an energy tap of the observed. Lowering the observee's entropy while increasing that of the observer. The extent to which 'observation' proceeds determines the entropic extent.

In looking at some of the micrographs of infected cells, of particular interest are rosetta formations with linked posteriors. A superconducting ring -- Josephson effect and EM-sensing.

Thanks for the triphala mention.
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Rosette image: [link to www.hindawi.com (secure)]


"The MNN has been considered as a tubule connection system between parasites and the PVM for exchange of nutrients and/or molecules between the host cell and the parasite [1]. The MNN consisted in tubules that keep connections between each daughter tachyzoites keeping them in close proximity to the PV [19]. Data obtained with RH and _GRA2 strains indicate that the MNN is an important structure involved in the maintenance of internal parasitic cohesion within the PV and that, somehow favors replicative cycle synchronization." article: [link to www.hindawi.com (secure)]


Also: ethanol causes secretion (Conoid extrusion induced by incubation with ethanol)
[link to emc-proceedings.com (secure)]

So who is the conductor with drunkedness? Are jekyl/hyde types ceding to parasites?
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Rosette image: [link to www.hindawi.com (secure)]


"The MNN has been considered as a tubule connection system between parasites and the PVM for exchange of nutrients and/or molecules between the host cell and the parasite [1]. The MNN consisted in tubules that keep connections between each daughter tachyzoites keeping them in close proximity to the PV [19]. Data obtained with RH and _GRA2 strains indicate that the MNN is an important structure involved in the maintenance of internal parasitic cohesion within the PV and that, somehow favors replicative cycle synchronization." article: [link to www.hindawi.com (secure)]


Also: ethanol causes secretion (Conoid extrusion induced by incubation with ethanol)
[link to emc-proceedings.com (secure)]

So who is the conductor with drunkedness? Are jekyl/hyde types ceding to parasites?
 Quoting: just a dude


Interesting. Also there are images of how the microtubules connect between the tachyzoites in the rosetta formation. Could be some sort of amplification?
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Interesting. Also there are images of how the microtubules connect between the tachyzoites in the rosetta formation. Could be some sort of amplification?
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[link to www.researchgate.net (secure)]

Nuclei in a round-robin ring.
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Egyptians and cats

I see an ankh in a protozoan.
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Relationship between Toxoplasma gondii seropositivity and acoustic startle response

-T. gondii infection associated with higher magnitude of acoustic startle response.
-Startle latency was longer in participants with PTSD compare to those without PTSD.
-Major depressive disorder was inversely correlated with T.
gondii seroprevalence.
[link to www.sciencedirect.com (secure)]


Gold nanoparticles – against parasites and insect vectors

-Gold nanoparticles (Au NPs) are considered for a wide range of applications in parasitology and entomology.
-Au NPs show high toxicity on insect vectors, trematodes and cestodes.
-They are toxic to Plasmodium, Leishmania, Toxoplasma, Trypanosoma, Cryptosporidium and microsporidian parasites.

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

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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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Could be why the church used to kill all the cats they could and called them the instruments of witches
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Hmm a human enslavement parisite commonly carryed by cats intresting.
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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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I've heard this is the only truly effective way.

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I believe that this Toxoplasma is responsible for a lot of unnecessary deaths and relationship problems. They've talked about it on the Rogan podcast. It will make mice unafraid of cats, therefore they will run in front of a cat and get eaten. I've also heard in a high percentage of motorcycle deaths, the parasite can be found in the rider. Same concept they lose their fear and get reckless.

Also try dating someone raised around cats. No offense to cat lovers. But they can be very difficult to deal with. They will lose the ability to rationalize.

This is one of the world's problems that doesn't get enough attention, sadly.
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I owned cats and developed a bout of schizophrenia when a young child. Thru lots of Omega oils and herbs I got over it. It was a scary time

Today I tell everyone not to own cats and I love cats but toxoplasmosis is not worth the risk.
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Professor Sapolsky discusses Tg. A must see!


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Very good interview. After what Professor Sapolsky has learned studying parasites, he has a very hard time believing that everyone has equal freewill. We need more understanding of a lot of things and as much compassion as we can muster up.
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May be the cause of 25 percent of schizophrenia cases.


Yes, a serious threat.
 Quoting: Adytum


I had a niece diagnosed with schizophrenia, she heard voices and such.

Her young life was filled with cats and dogs who weren't properly cared for. Litter boxes not kept clean, etc.

That cone resembling an antenna strikes me as a possible reason schizos hear voices...

I do believe smokers have less parasite troubles, nicotine kills/repels most critters.
Diatomacious Earth is known to kill most internal parasites, even those found in the blood, can't hurt to use it long term either.
 Quoting: oiko


Could be why the establishment attacked smoking so relentlessly. A more unstable chaotic population is more desired to prop up the mental health, prison and medical industry $$$
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TG lives inside macrophages & multiplies therein
-> done when dysregulates signal transduction in macrophages

target: chromatin (signal to chromatin remodeling) + activate transcription factors -> nuclear translocation

[link to www.slideshare.net (secure)]


Toxoplasma gondii TgIST co-opts host chromatin repressors dampening STAT1-dependent gene regulation and IFN- mediated host defenses

We concluded from these data that the TgIST repressor effect on STAT1 activity coincided with phosphorylation of STAT1, a modification that could increase STAT1 ability to associate with chromatin.
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We concluded that the TgIST inhibitory activity on STAT1 involves the stable association of STAT1 with the promoter region of the IFN- regulated genes in a way that protects the DNA-bound STAT1 molecules from dephosphorylation while promoting S727 phosphorylation.


[link to jem.rupress.org]

(de-)phosphorylation - activate/deactivate enzymes

A notable occurrence of dephosphorylation is the conversion of ATP to ADP and inorganic phosphate.( [link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

ATP4- + H2O --> ADP3- + HPO42- + H+ (30.5 kJ/mol)

Dephosphorylation employs a type of hydrolytic enzyme, or hydrolase (phosphatase), which cleave ester bonds. Phosphatase removes phosphate groups by hydrolysing phosphoric acid monoesters into a phosphate ion and a molecule with a free hydroxyl (-OH) group.
...
Excessive dephosphorylation of the membrane ATPases and proton pumps in the gastrointestinal tract leads to higher secretory rates of caustic peptic acids.
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The microtubule-associated protein tau is abnormally hyperphosphorylated when isolated from the brain of patients who suffer from Alzheimer's disease. This is due to the dysfunction of dephosphorylation mechanisms at specific amino acids on the tau protein.
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Dephosphorylation has also been linked to cardiac disease, particularly the alteration of actin-myosin interactions that are key for providing the underlying force of a heartbeat.
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Research has also suggested that modifications to dephosphorylation impact physiological processes implicated in Diabetes mellitus.

Dephosphorylation can play a key role in molecular biology, particularly cloning using restriction enzymes.
(precisely what TG does in macrophages, clone desired behavior via nuclear translocation. Like patching ROM.)


So, what of the strike anywhere matches?

A phosphatase is an enzyme that uses water to cleave a phosphoric acid monoester into a phosphate ion and an alcohol... Whereas phosphatases remove phosphate groups from molecules, kinases catalyze the transfer of phosphate groups to molecules from ATP.

Sugar phosphates are major players in metabolism due to their task of storing and transferring energy. Not only ribose 5-phosphate but also fructose 6-phosphate are an intermediate of the pentose-phosphate pathway which generates nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate (NADPH) and pentoses from glucose polymers and their degradation products. The pathway is known as glycolysis where the same carbohydrates are degraded into pyruvates thus providing energy. [5] Enzymes are catalysed for the reactions of these pathways. Some enzymes contain metal centers in their active site which is important part of the enzymes and as well as for the catalysed reaction.
( [link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)] )

Molecular cloning, expression analysis and iron metal cofactor characterisation of a superoxide dismutase from Toxoplasma gondii

Alignment indicated that it is a FeSOD, a type only found in bacteria, protozoa and chloroplast of higher plants.

Antibodies raised against the purified recombinant protein detected SOD protein in both bradyzoite and tachyzoite forms suggesting this SOD might be essential for the intracellular growth of both developmental stages.

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



Fe-SOD

Let that sink in. Between fools' gold, cerebral biomagnetite, solar iron ionization, pretty soon that cassette tape resembles proteins... And heads are like magnetic pickups.
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Warping in Neutral Water


NH3 - high pH

Fe+ +2S- == FeS2

Fools gold

sun: as an Fe-S-Carbonate metamaterial CaCO3 calcium carbonate

cube: as 'box'

there you have it, you have this 'shit' in your brain cells

your cerebral fields are warped because it aggregates in the brain cells and thus we See through the axon walls at sulfide suns and borg cubes. All the while captain kirk told y'all about the parasites that go in your ears and take control of the brain, lmao.

Crazy shit!!!

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Iron-Sulfur Clusters: Nature's Modular, Multipurpose Structures

Iron sulfur cluster proteins function in electron transport during oxidative phosphorylation and metabolism, but can also serve as iron and oxygen sensors.


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bane of humanity. increases risk for mental illness, suicide and accidental deaths/car accidents. Lowers IQ, who knows what else it does, i mean, the thing drills freaking holes in your brain.

Also its contagious, spreads through semen; there was a study done on rabbits and its confirmed they transfer the parasite to each other through sex. It if happens in rabbits then guess what probably smae for humans too.
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Eliminating the parasite apparently eliminates the desire for anal sex!


curezone.org/forums/fm.asp?i=2320639

Article is called

"Turpentine cured me from being gay."

Turpentine is a natural cure for toxoplasmosis, apparently.

fascinating...
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When I was just surfing the web and other GLP threads, my cat has been in the corner just minding its own business, licking its inner leg, curling up into a ball, etc.

AS SOON AS I CLICKED ON THIS THREAD THE CAT LOOKED UP.

It has been giving me a VERY HARD AND THREATENING LOOK as I write this.

wtf 10