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Mycoplasma, an Invisible Nano-Parasite
Mycoplasma is a microorganism that has almost no cell wall structure, and is the smallest living being that can reproduce itself. It is an air-borne pathogen, unless it is introduced inadvertently as a contaminant within a vaccine. A great many people have it without experiencing more than just minor symptoms, however it can also become the basis for very severe health problems.
Several current species of mycoplasma that we are experiencing now have been derived from the bacteria Brucella, made into crystalline form. When it is inhaled as a dust particle, it dissolves in the blood, so that it becomes undetectable by medical measurements. Then it precipitates out as a parasite-like organism as soon as it attaches to a target cell structure, and forms a biofilm to protect itself from being detected by the immune system scouts.
Mycoplasma often presents as a chronic cough or lung infection that doesn’t respond to the usual remedies we have come to rely upon. In the course of its life process, it creates an acidic effect that builds up in the surrounding fluids. This encourages secondary acid-dependent illness to take place, and leads to irritation in many areas of the body, and a diminished uptake of oxygen.
Since mycoplasma has a sterol deficiency within its protoplasm, to reproduce itself it needs to pull sterols out of the nearest cell wall of its host. Cell wall structures must contain cholesterol to maintain their flexibility and integrity, and are seriously damaged when a mycoplasmic invasion appropriates their protective cholesterol. Unless the wounded cell can repair itself, eventually the cell will open up and spill its contents into the surrounding tissues, leaving scraps of cellular structures behind.
William and Donald Scott, in their book AIDS, the Crime Beyond Belief, proposed the possibility that the amyloidosis (plaque that accumulates in the brain) of Alzheimer’s patients may really be composed of accumulated cellular structures that have been destroyed by mycoplasmic action. The Scotts suggest that amyloid plaque may be composed of the same substance as that of a prion protein. Amyloid proteins have been identified as prions in other contexts. If amyloid accumulations are really the hard-packed remains of discarded cell walls, this implicates mycoplasma as the likely basis for prion diseases such as Mad Cow disease, Creutzfeldt-Jakob, and others. This opens up a whole new arena of mycoplasmic culpability.
It has been observed by many investigators that Alzheimer’s patients have quite low cholesterol, and people with higher cholesterol do not seem as susceptible. Given that assumption, if the total cholesterol falls much below 190 this may be hazardous. Whether the cholesterol became low as a result of the illness, or whether these patients started out with low cholesterol before it showed up, is not clear, nor is it clear why a higher cholesterol level would be protective in the first place.
A single miniature mycoplasma cell is not much bigger than a virus. It shows the characteristics of a parasite when it enters the host cell, and sequesters itself within a biofilm. This is how colonies maintain themselves in secrecy, and spread into various places over time, as the body’s natural defenses can’t detect the presence of these tiny hidden invaders when they are hiding.
Sometimes the mycoplasma capture the host’s self-identification markers, and pull the markers around themselves. By doing so, they expose the body’s cells as unprotected. This generates an effect that appears to be an “autoimmune” situation, since it looks as though the immune system were attacking its own cells. The healthy cells of the body have become targeted—but this happens only because they have lost their self-markers. When the markers are gone, the immune system perceives the cells as non-self, and attacks them, just as they attack every cell that is not marked with the body’s specific self-signature. Whenever you hear about an autoimmune disease, check for mycoplasma.
It is difficult to treat mycoplasmic infections by pharmaceutical methods. Even though they are considered medically to be bacteria, they do not yield readily to antibiotics. Treatment by antibiotics sometimes takes upwards of nine months to a year, and that length of continuous exposure to disruptive drugs can eventually take its toll on the body’s system. After all that, the person could easily be re-exposed, so the treatment would have to be started all over again for another several months.
Our approach for helping the body to eliminate a mycoplasmic infection is to create a venue for it to be revealed to the immune system, so that it can be identified. Once that happens, the body will do the rest quite quickly, usually in just a few weeks. We have been offering special formulations of medicinal mushroom remedies. Sometimes a tincture made from herbs, roots, or bark from the Amazon rainforest comes up as the best thing, depending on how the body’s biofield responds. The healing supplements we engage in this process are food substances, rather than foreign chemicals, so they do not disrupt the normal functioning of the body. Repeated exposures may be inconvenient and annoying, but this method of self-release is ultimately not harmful.
There are several species of mycoplasma. These do different kinds of damage, depending on what species they are, and what tissues they are drawn into. The scope of their health effects is quite diverse. Without realizing their original source, these illnesses are ascribed to other sources, and many are considered incurable. Some are designated as autoimmune, and given immuno-suppressive drugs that actually allow the organisms to flourish and spread. If the medical people were to consider that mycoplasma is at the root of some of these diverse afflictions, they could get a better grip on the new “mysterious” diseases that have been surfacing over the last twenty years or so.
A research microbiologist, Dr. Shyh-Ching Lo, working with a grant given to him by the US Army, applied for a US patent—and received it—for his invention of a pathogenic form of mycoplasma called Mycoplasma fermentans. Dr Lo’s patented organism is responsible, by his own unabashed admission—stated within the text of the patent—for chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s chorea, multiple sclerosis, sarcoidosis, Alzheimer’s, and as a co-factor in the development of AIDS.
Some years ago, William and Donald Scott, medical researchers in Sudbury, Canada, detected Mycoplasma fermentans as the major player in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. The Scotts suggest that this specific form of mycoplasma may have been included in the vaccines that were given to the military. They believe that ALS, and related neurological illnesses of mycoplasmic origin, have played a significant role in Gulf War Syndrome. These patients have also been identified as having been injected with Squalene, which has been shown, in itself, to be inflammatory to the nervous system, and may be a major activator for neurologically targeted mycoplasmic infections.
At the Balancing Center we have observed that mycoplasma can be the source of difficulty with the ears, the eyes, skin eruptions, insulin dysfunction, myelin sheath erosion, lymphatic and blood pH disturbances, as well as blockages in the brain neuro-transmission. We ask the body-consciousness to choose, from an array of herbal options, which ones would reveal these invaders to the immune system. Then the body will take corrective measures.
Without naming it, we intervene as effectively as possible, while the client is unaware that there might have been a health disaster in the making. Knowing this potential, and knowing that mycoplasma and other pathogens have been distributed experimentally by Chemtrails in Australia, Europe, the United States, and throughout the world, when we detect mycoplasma in our clients we become concerned lest it develop into something quite dangerous and distressing.
Since we are not in a legal position to diagnose, or to suggest or predict a diagnosis, we simply engage the body’s innate ability to release it. Then we follow up in a month or so to see if the potentially threatening organisms have really gone away, and we ask the client’s body-consciousness to tell us whether it has been completed, or whether it would like to continue as before, or take different action.
Various varieties of mycoplasma require somewhat different remedies, and we have also found that sometimes the mycoplasma is not there just by itself, but has been bioengineered in a way that has embedded it into another pathogen. The combination functions as an independent organism, but in this case two remedies must be offered, one to address the mycoplasma part of it, and another to address the other organism that has been bonded with it. Unless both remedies are received together, the new little nano-parasite combo is likely to continue to create health problems that defy a cure.
Other Microorganisms: Erlichia, and Spirochetes
In this article I don’t want to imply that mycoplasma is the only elusive microorganism that shows up as a result of Chemtrail spraying. There are other organisms aside from mycoplasma that can set up joint pain, blood dyscrasia, various disruptive organ effects, blood pH changes, and neurotransmission invasions.
Erlichia is a microorganism, different from mycoplasma, that can set up a number of distressing health effects. The symptoms that we observe with Erlichia are muscle weakness, fatigue, headache, inadequate immune response, and forgetfulness. What we see happening, biochemically, is that Erlichia invades hemocytoblasts in the bone marrow where white cells are manufactured, causing the white cells to be imperfect and unable to function well. They then become too numerous, because the hemocytoblast tries to make more, to compensate for the damaged ones. We had one client whose doctor said he was very puzzled, it looked as though she had leukemia but clearly it wasn’t really leukemia, and he had no idea how to interpret it. For us, it came up as Erlichia.
Another effect we have observed is that Erlichia prevents the entry of ammonia into the urea cycle, so that NH4 can’t be converted into harmless urea—then a certain amount of free ammonia, (released from the normal transamination of proteins,) continues to circulate in the blood. This pushes the blood pH toward alkalinity, and causes on-going headaches and mental fogging. Another thing it does is to block the construction of the enzyme that allows methylation. Then tyrosine can’t be made, folic can’t be converted, thyroxine drops, and dopamine is inhibited.
Erlichia leaves behind a toxic residue that in itself is difficult to detoxify, because it has the effect of disrupting the mitochondria in the kidney, which minimizes the detoxification process. Unless this is handled, then even after the Erlichia is gone the residue remains, and continues to recirculate. At the same time, the residue interferes with the synthesis of the enzyme that creates acetylcholine. This can cause muscle weakness, and in combination with reduced dopamine, causes forgetfulness.
The remedy that has been coming up for this, rather than medicinal mushrooms, is a special formulation made from a plant called Osha. To release the toxic residue, alpha lipoic acid seems to help.
If the body-consciousness suggests that there is an invasive organism present that is showing a spiral shape, we are seeing a spirochete. Everybody’s first thought, when they think of spirochetes, is Lyme disease. However, there are many kinds of spirochetes. We can’t tell, by our form of testing, exactly what variety we have come across.
It is more important to recognize that the client’s biofield has identified something unfavorable, and can vibrationally select whatever it needs to address it. We are here to facilitate the body’s healing process by responding to whatever it chooses, and we encourage it to repair whatever damages may have occurred.
None of these organisms are easy to identify by the current methods of medical testing, nor do they yield easily to current pharmaceutical options. Most physicians are not in a good position to offer precise or effective natural remedies. Unless they are integrative physicians, this arena of health care is not part of their training. Some people feel frustrated or annoyed when they find that their doctor isn’t “up to speed” and doesn’t know something that they expected him or her to know.
Keep in mind: Nobody can know everything. Naturopathic doctors, chiropractors, and others who have had training in non-medical skills may be better equipped to address these tiny invaders. Everyone in the health field has a unique form of expertise. We each have something to contribute, and our patients/clients are best served when we collaborate supportively in their behalf, as part of a team.
If you are a Balancing Center client, you may have observed that we hold the sample of a parasite remedy high up above your body to test it. In that way, we can contact your own biofield by itself. When we test the sample close to your body, the smaller biofield of the parasites can detect the remedy, and they will answer by telling us that this is absolutely the “wrong” remedy, because they perceive that it would pose a serious threat to them.
If we want to find out about more them, we can touch within their field and ask them to convey information about their form, their habits of attachment, and whatever else they perceive to be their form of success. They will talk to us as long as we don’t inadvertently project an image of our ultimate goal, which is of course the image of getting rid of them. As soon as they suspect that, they’ll stop talking.
The major combinations we have detected, so far, are mycoplasma attached to a virus, or to a fungus, or bacteria, or a spirochete, or other combinations among them. We believe that when we detect a spirochete that is attached, it can be easily released.
If it acts as a separate organism, and says that it is forming cysts, the body could be showing us the vibration of Lyme disease. If we ask, they can’t answer that question, since they don’t know the vocabulary that would let them identify themselves. All they can tell us is what they look like, and what they are doing. There are many kinds of spirochetes. When an organism projects the image of itself as a having a spiral form, it may not necessarily be Lyme’s. To get a definitive physical answer about their identity, you would need a medical diagnosis.
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