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There's a reason they don't want humans taking de wormer and it would shock most of you. Any guesses

Is it possible many human behaviors are finding their motivations in internal parasites and worms?

We see worms as something small and mostly not worthy of consideration. However, a piece of software can be very, very small, but when properly downloaded into a system that software can have the ability to issue commands to the point the point where it is controlling the entire system.

There is a Futurama episode where Fry's personality completely changes due to him contracting internal parasites seems to be an interesting hidden reveal to me.

The ending was uncanny.

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Either your body treats nano bots as ‘worms’ or the gut-brain connection

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There's a reason they don't want humans taking de wormer and it would shock most of you. Any guesses

Is it possible many human behaviors are finding their motivations in internal parasites and worms?

We see worms as something small and mostly not worthy of consideration. However, a piece of software can be very, very small, but when properly downloaded into a system that software can have the ability to issue commands to the point the point where it is controlling the entire system.

There is a Futurama episode where Fry's personality completely changes due to him contracting internal parasites seems to be an interesting hidden reveal to me.

The ending was uncanny.

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This is what I was thinking. They (especially since they're in the gut and the gut and brain are so connected) allow those infected to be controlled by the borg. That or DNA changes.

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There's a reason they don't want humans taking de wormer and it would shock most of you. Any guesses

Worms being the reason of degeneracy in society?


All parasites share a common plane where that which affects one affects all.
Welcome to the Free Thought Movement.

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There's a reason they don't want humans taking de wormer and it would shock most of you. Any guesses

Worms being the reason of degeneracy in society?


All parasites share a common plane where that which affects one affects all.

It harms the (((parasites)))?!

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There's a reason they don't want humans taking de wormer and it would shock most of you. Any guesses

here's 2 things no one has brought up:

Ivermectin and reptiles are not well studied, but the few studies they have done haven't shown great results.  Ivermectin is mostly used in Africa and India - places Reptilians like to visit (and grab a few kids) and leave.  Repetitive use of IVM in reptiles may prove to be fatal. 

Early experiments in the early 80s (when ivermectin first came out) on tortoises left the tortoises paralyzed or dead.
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The Atlantic Coast Veternary Conference from 2001 does not recommend using any IVM on any reptiles. 
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Ivermectin (Equvalan). Contraindicated for use in chelonian species.
Turtles given low doses may become paretic in the hind limbs and deaths
have been reported. Doses for snakes and lizards range from 200-400
micrograms/kg IM and repeated in 2 weeks. Will kill nematodes and may be
effective against ticks and mites. USE CAUTION WITH THIS DRUG, EVEN IN
SNAKES AND LIZARDS, SINCE THE KINETICS IN REPTILES HAVE NOT
BEEN WELL STUDIED!
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Some vets use a mild spray to kill snake mites (similar to killing rosacea causing skin mites!) but are very cautious in this action not to overexpose the reptile to too much IVM.
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A well known cause for dermatological problems in reptiles are parasites, especially mites. In snakes Ophionyssus natricis is typically diagnosed, in lizards Hirstiella trombidiformis. Often the disease is subclinical, but clinical signs include pruritus, nervousness, secondary bacteriological dermatopathies, and anaemia. Diagnosis is made by detection of mites, which macroscopically are visible as small red dots. Treatment is with topical application of ivermectin as a spray in a concentration of 5 mg/l, which is applied three to four times at weekly intervals. Parenteral ivermectin application is also possible (0.2 mg/kg sc, repeat in 10 to 14 days). Beware that ivermectin is toxic in tortoises and indigo snakes (Drymarchon corais).
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One of the abstracts presented at the World Small Animal Veterinary Association Congress in 2018 involved ivermectin poisoning in 19 chelonians. They developed inappetence, weakness, pronounced lethargy and paralysis. Eighteen of them survived with supportive care.

Lizards and snakes tolerate ivermectin in therapeutic doses but it is contraindicated in chelonians and crocodilians. Secondary poisoning has been reported in snakes after they were fed mice that died of ivermectin overdose (Hahn A, D’Agostino J, Cole GA. Vet Rec Case Report 2014;2:1 e000053). The individual response is variable and the signs reported above are typical of ivermectin toxicosis in reptiles. Treatment is supportive and recovery can take days or weeks.

The WSAVA abstracts are available online.

Reference: Dewi Y. Ivermectin toxicosis in chelonians. Proceedings of the 43rd World Small Animal Veterinary Association Congress and 9th FSAVA Congress, 25-28 September 2018, Singapore.
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although Chelonians are in Dr.Who (You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login), the common definition is it is a classification for turtles + tortoises.
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Second thing no one has mentioned:

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The observation that mosquitoes feeding on individuals treated with ivermectin have a shorter lifespan, inspired the innovative idea of using the drug as a “weapon” against malaria-transmitting mosquitoes. The BOHEMIA project, also led by ISGlobal, will test the impact of giving ivermectin to entire communities, and their livestock, on mosquito populations and malaria prevalence in two highly endemic areas for the disease.
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How can you have weaponized mosquitos if the population all takes Ivermectin and that kills your weapons? 

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There's a reason they don't want humans taking de wormer and it would shock most of you. Any guesses

here's 2 things no one has brought up:

Ivermectin and reptiles are not well studied, but the few studies they have done haven't shown great results.  Ivermectin is mostly used in Africa and India - places Reptilians like to visit (and grab a few kids) and leave.  Repetitive use of IVM in reptiles may prove to be fatal. 

Early experiments in the early 80s (when ivermectin first came out) on tortoises left the tortoises paralyzed or dead.
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The Atlantic Coast Veternary Conference from 2001 does not recommend using any IVM on any reptiles. 
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Ivermectin (Equvalan). Contraindicated for use in chelonian species.
Turtles given low doses may become paretic in the hind limbs and deaths
have been reported. Doses for snakes and lizards range from 200-400
micrograms/kg IM and repeated in 2 weeks. Will kill nematodes and may be
effective against ticks and mites. USE CAUTION WITH THIS DRUG, EVEN IN
SNAKES AND LIZARDS, SINCE THE KINETICS IN REPTILES HAVE NOT
BEEN WELL STUDIED!
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Some vets use a mild spray to kill snake mites (similar to killing rosacea causing skin mites!) but are very cautious in this action not to overexpose the reptile to too much IVM.
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A well known cause for dermatological problems in reptiles are parasites, especially mites. In snakes Ophionyssus natricis is typically diagnosed, in lizards Hirstiella trombidiformis. Often the disease is subclinical, but clinical signs include pruritus, nervousness, secondary bacteriological dermatopathies, and anaemia. Diagnosis is made by detection of mites, which macroscopically are visible as small red dots. Treatment is with topical application of ivermectin as a spray in a concentration of 5 mg/l, which is applied three to four times at weekly intervals. Parenteral ivermectin application is also possible (0.2 mg/kg sc, repeat in 10 to 14 days). Beware that ivermectin is toxic in tortoises and indigo snakes (Drymarchon corais).
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One of the abstracts presented at the World Small Animal Veterinary Association Congress in 2018 involved ivermectin poisoning in 19 chelonians. They developed inappetence, weakness, pronounced lethargy and paralysis. Eighteen of them survived with supportive care.

Lizards and snakes tolerate ivermectin in therapeutic doses but it is contraindicated in chelonians and crocodilians. Secondary poisoning has been reported in snakes after they were fed mice that died of ivermectin overdose (Hahn A, D’Agostino J, Cole GA. Vet Rec Case Report 2014;2:1 e000053). The individual response is variable and the signs reported above are typical of ivermectin toxicosis in reptiles. Treatment is supportive and recovery can take days or weeks.

The WSAVA abstracts are available online.

Reference: Dewi Y. Ivermectin toxicosis in chelonians. Proceedings of the 43rd World Small Animal Veterinary Association Congress and 9th FSAVA Congress, 25-28 September 2018, Singapore.
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although Chelonians are in Dr.Who (You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login), the common definition is it is a classification for turtles + tortoises.
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Second thing no one has mentioned:

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The observation that mosquitoes feeding on individuals treated with ivermectin have a shorter lifespan, inspired the innovative idea of using the drug as a “weapon” against malaria-transmitting mosquitoes. The BOHEMIA project, also led by ISGlobal, will test the impact of giving ivermectin to entire communities, and their livestock, on mosquito populations and malaria prevalence in two highly endemic areas for the disease.
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How can you have weaponized mosquitos if the population all takes Ivermectin and that kills your weapons? 

You are a well of information!

I did not know that ivermectin has properties harmful to reptiles.

Do you have any thoughts on garlic?

We’ve been told garlic harms vampires. Could that not also be a reference to internal parasites?

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On the topic of parasites

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You are a well of information!

I did not know that ivermectin has properties harmful to reptiles.

Do you have any thoughts on garlic?

We’ve been told garlic harms vampires. Could that not also be a reference to internal parasites?

POSSIBLY, In a round about way.

From the early times, garlic was thought of as a demon/ evil entities/ black magic repellent.

With science, we understand that parasites (especially fungus aka Candida / mold)  can alter the cognitive ability of humans.  Previous generations may have blamed some of the behavioral and verbal changes seen in affected humans on evil possession instead of fungi (see: Salem Witch trials). A very strong dose of garlic would kill most of the fungus that has possessed the person, and garlic would be the hero. 

This blog was quite interesting in regards to the early usage of garlic to ward off demons, and later, vampires.
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It seems that term “vampire” appeared for the first time as “upir” (in Old Russian, 1047) in an old note written by a priest who transcribed a book of psalms. There he referred to “the evil upir”. It is also assumed that the word “upir” comes the Tatar word “ubyr” which means “witchcraft”. Another mention of the eleventh century goes back to Saint Gregory who talks about the pagan worship of the “upirs”.

Legendary healer Melampus and Theophrastus (c.371- c.287 BC) both suggested in their writings the Greeks’ belief that garlic protects people from witchcraft and vampires. Yet, if you go far much deeper and search the literature, you will realize that the term “vampire” was never actually used in the Antiquity’s texts. True, in the ancient texts across the world there are many references to supernatural creatures who feed on blood or human flesh. Vampires were presented as demons or malefic spirits.
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So it may have been associated with vampires in a general sense category, since garlic seemed to fend off all bad things.


As for garlic working on other parasites (worms, protocol, etc)...

It has been mentioned before when a plant is cut, it screams. They also have defense mechanisms that they release when injured. Normally we eat the plants anyways... but it's a little odd to think we are eating screaming plants that are frantically throwing their poisons out at us to defend themselves.
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When garlic is cut/ smashed, etc, it releases an enzyme called allicin. This is the sulfur filled enzyme that is stops the parasites, fungus, and bacteria.  It also can stop cancer cells from multiplying.

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The mechanism for biological activity of garlic and onion appears to be related to the amount and the profile of sulfur-containing compounds. It is most likely that vital substances inside the parasitic cell, like trypanothione reductase, are inhibited through disulfide bond formation between SH groups of vital redox compounds and sulfur-containing secondary metabolites.
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It acts as an inhibitor to block the parasites from growing, but it also works to stop and destroy biofilm.
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Biofilm is like a mucus/ slime layer that bacteria/ fungus/ etc eject to build a shield layer of protection around themselves. It often contains dead cells.  When you wake up in the morning and have white goo on your teeth, that's biofilm.  Not all biofilm is bad ofc; we have colonies of good bacteria in us that build good biofilm protective layers to block the bad bacteria etc from harming us. 

There is a theory that cancer is often tied to biofilm. When you have worms, they shed their skin. Bad bacteria eat this skin and form a protective biofilm around the worm; this symbiotic relationship allows both of them to thrive. The theory is that cancer caused by worms isn't necessarily from the worm itself, but from the biofilm that is formed. Your body spends time sending resources to fight it rather than destroying the naturally forming cancer cells. And then the cancer cells multiply. 

That's surely more than you wanted to know, but biofilm and its connection to cancer is of great interest to me. So any biofilm destroyer and inhibitor is also of interest.

Garlic seems to be the top natural parasite destroyer, but it's not the only one.

One thing I have often noticed is that each region of the world has natural products that act similarly.  It didn't matter where your community was on earth, there would be a product nearby that could help you.
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Sulfur is what garlic is known for. It's not the only product garlic has that acts to kill parasites, but it's the top one.  Sulfur is found all over the earth, ofc, but space seems to have a great deal of it.

This is interesting.
 
Sulfur = Brimstone (aka "Burning Stone")

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It was the same as happened in the days of Lot: they were eating, they were drinking, they were buying, they were selling, they were planting, they were building; but on the day that Lot went out from Sodom it rained fire and brimstone from heaven and destroyed them all.
Luke 17:28-29

Related:
The isotopic abundance and content of sulfur in meteorites
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Also something random...

When plants are attacked, via a woodcutter or insect, birds can sense this attack by picking up the VOCs that are emitted. They fly to the plant hoping they can get an easy meal.

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Great thread.  I haven't finished it yet.  I remember the OG one from years ago.

The biggest hesitation that I have with his protocol is 2 months of daily oregano oil.  It's a short term med, and definitely a "hot" med. For many people, 2 months of OO is too much.  Two weeks max would be better for those folks.

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I've been on the protocol for 4 weeks. Kills candida. But has side effects for me, especially the Oregano Oil. Whenever I post this (on 4chan) I get accused of being a Jew or a shill or a glowie. The CDF thing is turning into a bit of a cult where you can't question anything anymore without accusations.

On week 1 it dropped my blood pressure which is normally perfect into low levels, I was almost feinting when standing up from sitting, and just felt terrible.
On week 3 I had issues with liver pain and eye pain and I had these black lines all over the white part of my eyes, eyesight blurry etc.

Lately I've been just doing the protocol in the morning and skipping the evening dose.

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I've been on the protocol for 4 weeks. Kills candida. But has side effects for me, especially the Oregano Oil. Whenever I post this (on 4chan) I get accused of being a Jew or a shill or a glowie. The CDF thing is turning into a bit of a cult where you can't question anything anymore without accusations.

On week 1 it dropped my blood pressure which is normally perfect into low levels, I was almost feinting when standing up from sitting, and just felt terrible.
On week 3 I had issues with liver pain and eye pain and I had these black lines all over the white part of my eyes, eyesight blurry etc.

Lately I've been just doing the protocol in the morning and skipping the evening dose.

A lot of this stuff is very dangerous IMO, they're very sophisticated at getting people to poison themselves (partially proponents do it unwittingly due to the placebo effect - which is unbelievably powerful). I would stay away from this protocol personally (having experimented with every substance it mentions). NAC makes me violently ill. Oregano oil has caused me tremendous issues in the past (powerfully disrupts digestion and gut biome - and for me - for the worse). Black seed oil seems to be useless personally and a huge waste of money.

I'm eating meat (beef or chicken) organic, cooked at home, low fat, rice and/or organic sourdough with beans (pinto) and basic fruits (bananas and apples).

Never been better (and kicked a decades worth of issues). I've tried it all. So much misinformation out there - even stuff I've recommended here. I've even taken garlic (more as a supplement/therapeutically) and noticed it does more harm than good (massive gut/digestive disruption, ulcers, etc.). Everything in moderation and everything has effects (doseage makes the poison - and learned the hard way you should NEVER overdue supplements/drugs thinking if some is good, more is better).

The only supplements I take are:

Potassium Chloride (sparingly, as supplemental potassium is very dangerous)
Magnesium Chloride (topical) - this can literally heal metabolic syndrome/pre and possibly full diabetes
Zinc
Molybdenum
Selenium

The last 3 are small dosage and I monitor through a few different methods (in addition to titrating up very slowly to find optimum doseages).

I truly believe most issues (parasites, auto immune, etc.) are mostly just poisoning issues - which have downstream effects. Certain "negative" things like bacteria, parasites, "viruses" or degenerative conditions seem to be an inability with coping (removing) these poisons, and are methods of assisting us so we don't die. Also diseases/injuries can clearly be miraculously healed, and often have root in emotional trauma.

Outside of that - having a purpose trumps all. Nothing can stop you if you truly have a purpose - not even hyper intelligent alien fungi trying to turn the world into a techno tranny.

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This has been my experience too somewhat.

I notice lately the posters of the protocol are saying medicinal mushrooms like chaga, turkey tail, reishi etc should also be avoided... yet they are not dimorphic parasitical mushrooms, they have been used for centuries for their immune response promotion. Disinfo I think.

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