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These articles have been written in response to our clinical experiences over many years at the Balancing Center. Our comments and discoveries are not presented as the result of scientific research, since we do not perform double-blind cross-over controlled studies with placebos, single-nutrient deprivation, or animal experiments. However, we have come across some useful discoveries that we have verified, over time, on an individual basis in our clinical practice.
Every now and then we will present a new article describing something we have observed that may be of interest to health practitioners, researchers in nutritional biochemistry, and people with health questions who are searching for non-medical health information.

Mycoplasma, an Invisible Nano-Parasite

There is a group of miniature invaders that are not being publicized and have not become part of the medical repertoire. According to some sources, these microorganisms are alleged to have been released, and continue to be released by aerosol plumes, from the high-flying planes sent by the Geoengineering weather modification program. This program is quasi secret, information is publicly available but at the same time, public acknowledgment is discouraged. There is a rumor that this information is not necessarily being withheld from the medical people, but downplayed, so there is very little knowledge of it, and when unidentified symptoms show up they are advised to minimize the presenting problem, and suggest that their patients are over emphasizing these sensations, perhaps fantasizing health problems for emotional reasons. This may or may not be true, but there are many reports from patients who have experienced dismissive comments from their doctors when they have asked for help for their unidentifiable complaints.

However, after observing this for a few years, information has been infiltrating into public awareness, and some of the medical people are acknowledging it. Even though people who have spoken up have been ridiculed and marginalized, it is still true that there are really some very difficult unexplained illnesses that are showing up. The alternative people are the ones who have attempted to find out what this is about, and are attempting to address these problems.

The major ones we have become aware of are mycoplasma, Lyme spirochetes, usually initiated by a bite from an infected tick—but not always—and the co-infections that often accompany Lyme disease, mycoplasma, babesia, Bartonella, and Ehrlichia. These are distinctly different microorganisms that can occur separately, not necessarily as co-infections. They are difficult to identify with current medical methods, and they do not respond well to pharmaceutical intervention, so medically they are still considered “marginal,” and their patients are still frustrated. However, practitioners who can draw upon a broad array of natural remedies have been successful in addressing these little beings. We will start with the most familiar one, the mycoplasma.

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 had been 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. There are some excellent remedies that are available to non-medical practitioners that cannot be revealed or used within the current arena of healthcare that is dominated by the pharmaceutical cartel.

Various species of mycoplasma have been derived by extracting genetic material from the bacteria Brucella, and made into crystalline form that then emerge as a separate organism, no longer related to bacteria. When these infinitely small crystals are inhaled as dust particles, they dissolve in the blood, so that they become undetectable by medical measurements. They precipitate out as parasite-like organisms as soon as they attach to a target cell structure, and they form a biofilm to hide behind. The biofilm partially protects them from the immune system scouts, but enough is detectable so that the immune response creates an inflammatory process.

Inflammation is a buzzword in the health world, spoken of as though it were a disease, in itself. It seems to be used a vague explanation for nearly every unidentified problem. Inflammation is not a disease. It is a symptom. The source could viral or bacterial, this we can understand. But when it is apparently without cause, it just “happens,” it is usually a microorganism that hasn’t been medically identified. When you hear about inflammation, check for mycoplasma or other little unidentified microscopic beings. Whatever is behind this symptom needs to be identified and addressed. Although it eludes physical testing, it can be identified with vibrational testing, i.e. accurate muscle testing.

One species of mycoplasma presents as a cold that lasts too long to be a regular cold, or chronic cough or lung infection that doesn’t respond to the usual remedies we have come to rely upon. A different species erodes the myelin sheaths around the axons, and injures myelin nerve protection in the brain, resulting eventually in Multiple Sclerosis. This species also alters the structure of the substantia nigra and can affect α-synuclein, precipitating Parkinson’s. Another subspecies hides out in the synovial fluids, etching away the cartilage, causing inflammation in the joints that we identify medically as Rheumatoid Arthritis.

In Alzheimer’s, there is a severe shortage of available acetylcholine, since its transmission is blocked by plaque, and neurofibrillary tangles. This occurs when a mycoplasmic infection in the brain removes cholesterol from the cell walls. The brain cells collapse, and the empty left over membranes cling together, contract, and gradually building up as beta amyloid plaque. The mycoplasma that develops plaque can be stopped by the mushroom formula, and established plaque can removed by a compound of maitake mushrooms. Tangles can be released by your homeopathic aluminum remedy. Then, given organic food, clean water and coconut oil, acetylcholine can be expected to resume its normal pathways. Unless there has been irreparable damage, the confusion, despair, and fatigue that this dreadful disease causes can be released.

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 bioweaponized form of mycoplasma he 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, Crohn’s, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, multiple sclerosis, sarcoidosis, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and as a co-factor in the development of AIDS.

Autoimmune Disease is an elusive category that includes countless different illnesses. As you can see in Dr. Lo’s list, he and his colleagues in the bioweapons lab have created numerous illnesses by developing various forms of mycoplasmic infections. Their work indicates that an autoimmune-like process is contingent upon a mycoplasmic intervention. An autoimmune illness can hit you “out of the blue” quite literally, if it comes from the aerosol plumes that filter down into the air we breathe, from the high altitude planes sent by Geoengineering. Wherever it comes from, the mycoplasmic out pouring of toxic microorganisms been so concentrated, and these pathogens are so light and so prevalent, that it is nearly impossible to keep them out of the vaccines during their manufacture. The second most common source probably comes from those that were inadvertently included in vaccines, since direct injection into the blood is a more definitive exposure than just breathing.

The association with vaccines is accurate. It’s certainly true that illnesses that appear to be autoimmune are coming from the vaccines. The immune confusion that the combination vaccines, each with diverse viral substances and inflammatory adjuvants, would be enough to set up incorrect signals to the immune system responses. The immune signaling confusion is likely to create susceptibility. Then the mycoplasma plays its own significant role, and needs to be considered as a factor in the etiology of what appears to be an immune system dysfunction.

Every cell within the structure of every living being contains a self-identification system. It is a unique self-protection protein that is attached to the outside of each cell. It is the personal signature of that organism. The immune system is coded to the host’s signature, will protect every cell that carries it, and capture and destroy any cell that does not carry its own self-marker. Even similar organisms each have a different code, which is why transplanted organs are at risk, at first, until they become acclimated to the new signature system.

Mycoplasma creates an autoimmune-like effect by removing the host’s self-identification markers, and pulling these markers around themselves, to look as though that they belonged to their host’s body. By wearing the host’s self-markers, they avoid detection by the immune system. The signal the immune scouts see tells them that these organisms belong to the body, so these masked mycoplasma cells are quite safe. By removing the markers from the neighboring host cells, the mycoplasma has now revealed the body’s own cells to the immune scouts, without their self-identity. They will be signaled as unmarked prey to the scouts. This generates the effect that appears to be an “autoimmune” situation, since it certainly looks as though the immune system were attacking its own cells. The immune system does not perceive those cells as ever having “belonged,” they are now perceived as foreign. Specific cells of the body have been stripped by the mycoplasma, and are being targeted.

Your immune system doesn’t turn against you and attack you! Its job is to protect you. Removing unmarked cells is how it takes care of you. By that interpretation, there is really no such thing as an “autoimmune” disease.

Whenever you hear about an autoimmune disease, check for mycoplasma. It could have been included in a vaccine, and could have come just from breathing the air.

It is difficult to treat mycoplasmic infections by pharmaceutical methods. Even though they are spoken of medically as bacteria, they are not bacteria, and do not yield readily to antibiotics. Treatment by antibiotics sometimes takes many months, and that length of continuous exposure to disruptive drugs takes 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. Doxicycline is the antibiotic of choice, but it is a lengthy course of treatment and not as precise as it would have been if alternative expertise had been available, rather than depending exclusively on pharmaceutical expertise.

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. Our remedies don’t “kill” the mycoplasma, or “cure” the client, they give the body a way to identify it and intervene. From there, the body knows what to do. 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, or a perhaps a metaphysically enhanced formulation is best of all, combined with a mushroom, depending on how the body’s biofield responds.

With accurate muscle testing, the body-consciousness can identify the remedy that would work best. This is how a practitioner can test a client accurately: Hold the remedy far away from the client’s body to test it. If you hold the remedy close to the body, your test will reflect the opinion of the microorganisms, whose biofield is just a few inches above the body. They will say “NO don’t give her that, that’s not the remedy,” but if you hold it far enough away, the biofield of the client reaches beyond that, and will say “YES I like it, thank you, that’s the right thing.”

If you are testing a remedy for a microorganism on yourself, don’t hold it in your hand, they will sense the remedy in your hand, and defend themselves. Put the remedy on the table, back away, then point to it, and ask your pendulum to tell you if it is the right one. Then you will get useful information.

The supplements we engage, in this process, are foods and herbal substances rather than unfamiliar chemicals, so they do not disrupt the normal functioning of the body. The intention of non-medical expertise is to facilitate the natural healing ability of the body, and trust that its inner knowledge knows how to make the correction.

The intention of pharmaceutical intervention is often to stop a process perceived as disruptive, by keeping the body from doing something that is causing a symptom, and substituting a chemical either to engage a process or prevent a process that could either delay or prevent the symptoms of a disease.

Mycoplasma has a role in fibromyalgia. In the course of its life process, mycoplasma creates acidity that builds up in the surrounding fluids, so it affects the blood, the lymph, and the interstitial fluids. This shorts out several enzyme reactions that can take place only in a neutral medium, encourages secondary acid-dependent illness to take place, and leads to a diminished uptake of oxygen.

Specifically, if mycoplasma has invaded the muscle tissue, it generates an acidic ambience where the pH needs to be neutral. This is experienced as pain. The client will feel pain upon moving, and experience much more pain upon exercising. This often happens along with symptoms of chronic fatigue, since sometimes both are caused by the same microorganism. Chronic fatigue, to oversimplify it, is ordinarily a shortage of ATP. This involves thyroid action, and the presence of nano-aluminum, another unwelcome verified gift from the aerosol plumes of Geoengineering.

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: Ehrlichia, 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 aerosol spraying. There are organisms other than mycoplasma that can set up joint pain, blood dyscrasia, various disruptive organ effects, blood pH changes, and neurotransmission deflection.

Ehrlichia is a microorganism, different from mycoplasma, that can set up a number of distressing health effects. The symptoms that we observe with Ehrlichia are muscle weakness, fatigue, headache, inadequate immune response, and forgetfulness.

What we see happening, biochemically, is that Ehrlichia 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 Ehrlichia.

Another effect we have observed is that Erlichia prevents the entry of ammonia into the urea cycle, so that NH3 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.

Ehrlichia 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 Ehrlichia is gone, the residue remains and continues to recirculate. At the same time, this residue interferes with the synthesis of the enzyme that creates acetylcholine, causing muscle weakness, fatigue, and reduced cognitive clarity.
The remedy that has been coming up for this, rather than medicinal mushrooms, is a special formulation made from a plant called Osha.

The Lyme Spirochete is quite well known by now, and a source of great fear, it can be devastating unless it can be caught in time, and there are not many practitioners who know what to do for it.

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, and most of them are quite neutral, and don’t cause harm. We can’t tell, by our form of testing, what variety we have come across.

If we talk to it and it says that it is forming cysts, the body is probably showing us the vibration of Lyme disease. If we ask its name, it might not know the name that would identify them. If any organism projects the image of itself as a having a spiral form, this is a clue that needs to be followed up.

Symptomatically what we have been seeing, as result of what we believe may be indicative of Lyme disease, is that the capillaries get constricted, so the small vessels are not functioning freely or transmitting the oxygen required. This put the heart at risk, as the contraction of the capillary beds in the heart muscle are more of a threat than plaque in the coronaries, since the coronary arteries can rebuild alternative routes. There is considerable muscular and joint pain, and cognitive dysfunction to some degree, along with depression and complete exhaustion. Other things can cause these symptoms too. Other microorganisms may also be present, perhaps causing synergistic effects, so they have to be sorted out.

We have been detecting double organisms, combinations where two are bonded together, and act quite differently from either one that they had once been. So far, the major combinations we have detected are mycoplasma attached to a virus, or a spirochete, or could be attached to a metal. Babesia might attach to a fungus, and a bacteria or virus could be linked with a Bartonella molecule. In case of a double organism, we have to offer two remedies, one for each part of the organism, or the body will not be able to release it.

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 had 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, and are experienced with the unacknowledged health issues that have been showing up recently, may be better equipped to identify and address these microorganisms.

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.

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None of the statements in this commentary have been reviewed or approved by the FDA nor by any recognized scientific forum for evaluation, and none of the statements in this commentary are intended to diagnose, or offer treatment for any disease. If you have a health problem, see your doctor.

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