|MORGELLONS DISEASE FACTORS (2009 - REVISED 2010)|
- Bio-Pesticides + Evil Patents -
- Pheromones and sweat -
- Stress kills you slowly -
- Pesticides makes you weak and sick -
- GMOs and GM food - a ticking time bomb -
To understand more about bio-insecticides click on the link below!
Is Morgellons a biopesticide?
Maybe, but then it must be a bacteria (e.g. Agrobacteria) used as bio-pesticide. Most are fungal bio-insecticides (mycoinsecticides) that can be involved beside other molds e.g. Aspergillus niger or Metarhizum anisopliae which is a typical model organism. The strain Metarhizum anisopliae-52 is especially interesting.
What is not known by many is that this type of fungus can take over foreign DNA and produce pheromones to attract insects (Batko). It causes a white mat, which later turns green, to cover an insect. That mat rapidly produces toxic enzymes and destruxins inside the insect, which causes death.
There are many strains used of Metarhizum anisopliae, and some of them are highly virulent and produce different mycotoxins. Other strains, if genetically manipulated, do not express toxins. But many do, and they are even crossed with spider or scorpion genes to make them more toxic or virulent. Several companies use extremely virulent strains of B. bassiana, M. anisopliae and Veicillium lecanii.
Veticillium lecanii, is a fungus that completely covers larva with conidia and colonizes the tissues. The germ tube penetrates the cuticle of the insect by enzymatic action. And certainly we should include entomopathogenic fungi, such as Beauveria bassiana and Beauveria brongnartii. There are about 750 species of these fungi. They are usually filamentous, have definite cell walls and live on dead organic material and forms protoplasts, which have amoeboid movement, same as amoeba. All these types of fungi have been found in the lungs of rodents and the nasal passages of horses and humans.
And last but not least, lets say, that the complementary organism to Metarhizum, regarding natural DNA transfer, is the model organism Agrobacterium tumefaciens, which can transfer DNA to other cells. Metarhizum anisopliae can be used also to take over foreign DNA delivered from Agrobacterium tumefaciens bacteria. There have been also cases of Morgellons afflicted with infection of A. tumifaciens.
What happens next, if you stick these two organisms together by genetic modification? Probably a real nasty and dangerous life form then emerges. Keep in mind that one can take over, and the other can transfer DNA to other cells!
Are there already such DNA crossings going on with these organisms? Yes, indeed, open links below!
Up till now, there is no proof that this Morgellons life form is toxic, and also no typical higher level of mycotoxins (aflatoxins, etc.) could be found when examining blood samples of afflicted persons.
Most of the worst symptoms of Morgellons syndrome are related more to bacterial or viral infections, such as Borrelia burgdorferi, chlamydia, mycoplasma, babesia, bartonella, or with some opportunistic coinfections, such as Epstein-Barr virus or Cytomegalovirus.
As a reader or brave consumer you may say now, "But these bio-insecticides cannot be dangerous to us, if they were previously tested or approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency or the FDA and sold for so many years now without any problem."
Well, also chemical pesticides were approved formerly by the FDA or EPA (as with AGENT ORANGE, PCB or DDT), and we have had health problems with these chemicals ever since.
For many years, many companies and farmers have used tons of different biological insecticides, even genetically manipulated organisms (GMOs), to fight all kind of pests in the U.S.
All insecticides, even the really dangerous ones, have been approved without any problem from the FDA or EPA. The FDA governs only human pathogens, and the EPA governs external, environmental microbes. Now that the pesticide industry mingles these, are the lines of legal liability blurred? Will anyone have legal authority or recourse when man-made organisms create new human afflictions?
Are bio-insecticides harmless, or not?
Are there any proofs or medical reports of affected humans or animals from bio-insecticides to underline these reproaches? Yes, there are many cases that occur more and more, but nobody looked for them. In addition are these types of rare fungal infections not called "Morgellons" by scientists or physicians who found and examined such fungal afflictions!
To determine anything, of course, many different specialists are needed, such as entomologists, mycologists, dermatologists and laboratory specialists, all of whom must work in an interdisciplinary fashion, together, to find out more. Open links below!!!
A regular physician will not have any answers or will find absolutely nothing, declaring the patient as DOP. Carrying out the usual cheap yeast cultures and blood tests, a doctor would not find any proof of such rare mycotic infections nor recognize as a consequence any disease caused by them. These doctors, and most people, do not even know that such fungi or GMOs even exist.
Scientists and physicians also claim that certain soil-dwelling life forms, such as collembola (springtails), millipedes (Nopoiulus kochi), or phoride flies, cannot survive inside the human body. They just have no experience with it. I know from many sufferers that they did have these infestations in the U.S. and especially in the U.K.
Perhaps these scientists work only with such organisms IN VITRO, or they are just living in a parallel universe, unaware of what is going on around them. Nature has changed but they have not recognized it yet! It is understandable that nobody would get any help from such ignorant scientists.
These pictures of phoride flies, eggs and larva were sent to me by a nurse (Louisiana)
All these specimens were found in stool or were extracted by skin scraping
Also this ant-like object was extracted by skin scrabing (USA, MA)
What kind of bio-insecticides are used now?
Most commonly used bio-insecticides are fungi, bacteria, nematodes, viruses, and in the southern U.S, to fight the fire ants, even phoride flies have been used. These are triggered by insectal pheromones. Read more about this in the feature "Pheromones and sweat".
Also GM nematodes could be applied by spraying actions on the plants to fight crop pests. Nematodes contain bacteria known as symbionts, which are deadly for some insects. Later, modified fungi, such as Esteya vermicola or Meria. coniospora, are dispersed as crystals or powder to fight then these GM nematodes and some last remaining insects.
Is it just a coincidence that many of the Morgellons sufferers have infections from exactly those organisms that are used by pesticide industry?
Usage of fungi as bio-insecticides?
The GOLD STANDART for fighting insects or arthropods is the entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizum anisopliae or M. acridum and M. majus from the order Entomophthorales, which is a predator and natural opponent (antagonist) of insects. Also used are entomopathogenic fungi, such as Beauveria brongnartii and Basidobulus, depending on the pest being fought.
These type of fungi (predators) are very effective in killing insect pests. When their fungal spores come into contact with the insect body, they germinate and penetrate with their hyphae (germ tube) the cuticle of an insect and aided by the release of their exo-enzymes (chitinase, protease).
The fungus then develops inside the insect body and kills the insect after a short time by eating it up internally. After that process, the spores leave the dead body and spread by wind, other insects, or other natural means to complete their life cycle all over again.
Note: The same process happens in the human body, but then it is called "Morgellons syndrom"!! To penetrate the human skin these fungi use enzymes called, "Chymoelastase", Keratinase", "Protease - Pr1" and "Liptase".
They have known about Metarhizum, which grows naturally in soil throughout the world, for almost 100 years, but it was used less in the last century, until now. Some other bio-insecticide, such as Bacillus thuringiensis, were introduced in the U.S. in the 1950's.
Metarhizum and other natural insect antagonists had their renaissance approximately 30 years ago, due to increasing resistance, pollution, and failure of many chemical pesticides, and many complaints from the public.
The pesticide industry, therefore, was forced to change its tactics. Pesticide, herbicide and fungicide manufacturers are now increasing production of biological pesticides. From this trend, we might say, it is not a bad thing to fight pests, but there are many more tests to be carried out and time needed before releasing them into nature.
Every new life form introduced in an already existing complex environment, called nature, is somehow chaotic and causes a change or collaps of old, resident life forms. For example, there is a similar scenario with the growing problem of rabbits and toads in Australia.
Many of these organisms used as insecticides can mutate and become even more resistant or virulent. They can survive and be found on the crops and fields not just for one season, but for many years further when rinsed by rain into soil.
But also, due to their high adaptability, they can mutate, become resistant and be found still active, mainly as spores, even after chemical treatments, on cotton, corn, wheat, tobacco, vegetables, fruits. Further treatments from consumers, such as washing, cooking or boiling, also have no effect on them, and as consequence can affect immunocompromised humans or animals.
If this Morgellons life form was originally a bio-insecticide, we can assume it is no longer that original life form as it was released before, but a mutated form of it.
It is very likely that in different countries, subspecies of Morgellons exist. Morgellons could be a mixture of Metharizum or other mycoinsecticide, perhaps combined with local occurring molds (Aspergillus?). Note that Metarhizum is actually a mold from the class Zygomycetes and the order Entomophthorales!
Or perhaps it is a mixture of different fungi or fungi-related organisms, or it may be comprised of organisms closely related to amoeba or other protozoa from protist kingdom, which alone can carry intracellulary, different kinds of bacteria, leading to further coinfections.
I do not mean exactly that amoeba, which can signal and find each other, swarm and aggregate, and literally sticking together, so they can later become a new life form called slime mold (Dictyostelium discoideum).
But other protozoa, or something similar to microsporidia (Nosema?), which also has coiled spores or fiber-like threads enclosed in a blob, egg, or ball-like sporangium. Microsporidia is a highly diverse phylum with approximately 150 genera and over 1200 associated species.
Microsporidia are unicellular, obligate intracellular parasites of eukaryotes, formerly classified as protozoa and now considered as fungi or fungi-related. Also within the Microsporidia class we find Nosema, an unicellular parasite used as bio-insecticide. Antibody titters against Encephalitozoon species, such as these, may reveal more clues of a possible infection.
Several years ago, I investigated cellular slime molds, including Dictyostelida or Acrasida, because there are many similarities between their habits and some aspects of Morgellons morphologies. Notable commonalities were the macro forms of amoeba and similarlooking hyphae or fibers from Acrasida.
Slug or blob-like forms on human hair with kind of pseudopodia for amoeboid movement
But I left aside the theory of cellular slime molds, because many other properties of this life form point rather to nematicidal and entomopathogenic fungi used by the pesticide industry.
Additionally, if slime molds feed on bacteria or viruses, why have all Morgellons sufferers had, or why do they still have, bacterial and viral infections from their disease? Furthermore, there has never been any simple slime mold infection or epidemic registered to date.
But I do not exclude some kind of amoeba or perhaps chytrids fungi completely. Certainly, they can be a part of the Morgellons life form.
Only DNA sequencing and phylogenetic analysis can reveal involvement of bio-insecticides and prove this reasonable theory. At minimum, laboratories can do an immunofluorescence test to prove the presence of chitin, which is a part of this life form cell walls!
One could say that this reasoning is far-fetched, as there are apparently no precedents for claims that Metarhizium anisopliae or similar fungi show natural mutations/combinations based on DNA exchange. Well, then open the link below.
During my research, I contacted a few mycologists. They all responded that entomopathogenic fungi cannot survive inside the human body at 37 degrees Celsius (98.6 degrees Fahrenheit) and do not harm mammals.
I understand these scientific statements and that no mycoinsecticide infections have ever officially been registered. If this is so, however, I do not understand why there are already so many cases of mycoinsecticide infections among immunocompromised people worldwide, and why nobody talks about it?
Read my email conversation with one of many mycologists, below:
Sent: Monday, June 08, 2009 7:34 PM
>> Marc wrote:
>> Dear Marc!
After sending him the medical reports about fungal infections caused by bio-insecticides, I received no further replies from him or other mycologists. Are they just ignorant or are they involved? Do these mycologists have vested interests in the development of fungi in bio-insecticides?
Do corporate contracts or funding arrangements silence them? These questions should be asked by journalists and consumers alike. Form your own opinion about it!
Furthermore, in case of slime molds, how is it possible that some single amoeba can parasitize mammals, such as Acanthamoeba (affecting the eyes) or Entomoeba histolytica (affecting the guts), and other variants that can even eat away the brain, causing severe symtoms, while an accumulation of amoeba in slime mold cannot survive inside the human body? The claims of scientists sound a bit illogical to me now, knowing also, that scientists can manipulate amoeba too.
Since parasites adapt also to their hosts, their behavior and morphology can change within the hosts, which are their food. You are what you eat! This applies also to parasites, especially to fungal life forms that can synthesize human substances into their own chemical or anatomical structures (e.g. cell walls).
This means that the parasites’ chemical make-up, hyphae, protoplasm, and spores change chemically, and they look different from the original forms. In short, if we compare it a little with human biology, you cannot completely relate all characteristics and the appearance of a child to those of the parents. There are obvious differences!
So, we cannot compare the parasites completely with the original version of suspected life forms. After awhile, their own compositions grow closer to the human ones, to avoid recognition by the human immune system.
This certainly applies also to their wax-like protective layer, which mimics, or is later even based on, human proteins. This and other factors make it more difficult to recognize all the life forms that may be contributing to Morgellons.
Parasites get their names in relation to the host that they infest. In this case, Metarhizium is the fungal parasite, and Anisoplia austriaca is the beetle host that they parasitize.
In the case of human infection (Entomophthoromycosis), it now could be called Metarhizium humanae.
What definitive information do we have now, and what can we conclude?
First, there are many cases of immunocompromised people afflicted by these bio-insecticides!
Second, we know that these bio-insecticides mutate in nature!
What must come next are laboratory tests from proper, independent laboratories or institutions, to prove these statements or to exclude these bio-insecticides as a cause of the Morgellons disease!
This disease has existed for so many years, yet not even one of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the EPA, FDA, CDC, or any other governmental authority wanted to perform the appropriate testing or fund research on what are, by now, bio-insecticides running rampant.
The implication of the status quo is that these agencies are all involved either in cover ups or conflicts of interest. These agencies historically gave their permission to manufacturers to produce and sell these types of insecticides and introduce them into nature. Now they want to hide the facts, even while cognizant that the insecticides do enormous harm to thousands of victims of this disease.
The pesticide industry has been using industrially manufactured fibers for a long time. Hollow or porous fibers (light- and pH-sensitive polymers) of plastic, lignin, cotton, or cellulose are used to carry or to coat and protect unstable bio-insecticides against UV-light, heat and other environmental factors that might degrade them.
These polymers, functionally, are carriers or payloads and are recognizable as short colored fibers, spun and cut. They can be filled or covered with fungal biofilm, other kinds of microorganisms or GMOs to fight insects to protect crops or dangerous parasites, including ticks, mosquitoes, and fleas, that can cause infectious diseases.
Can these fungi take over the bacteria of ticks (Borrelia, Babesia, Bartonella, to name a few) once absorbed their intestines? The answer is probably yes, which explains why most people afflicted with Morgellons worldwide have concurrent infections of Borrelia (Lyme disease) and other parasites typically transmitted by ticks and other insects.
Patents of polymer-coated bio-insecticides
Below is another abstract version from one of many patents of polymer-coated bio-insecticides.
From the U.S. patents 4,844,896 and 4,948,586, (1995)
(Translated from German patent)
Viral, bacterial or fungal pathogens with pH-sensitive polyacrylates and various colorations and other conventional light-absorbing materials are well known. The PCT application no. 89/07447 discloses polymer-coated bacteria, the polymers dextran, starch, gelatin, alginate, carrageenan, polyoxyethylene bis(amine) or chitosan are used that are permeable to the digestive enzymes of insects with an alkaline pH level.
The composition of the present invention comprises an active ingredient and a lightabsorbing material based on lignin. The active ingredient and the light-absorbing material are not encapsulated in a lignin based on pH-sensitive polymer. The active ingredient is typically present in the form of solid particles or particulate matter and may also consist of a mixture with other solid particles. Such is usually the case, for example, if active ingredients are produced by fermentation or by in vivo cultures.
For these cases, fermentation media, nutrients, insects, etc. are also available. In the encapsulated pesticide composition according to the invention are the solids in the active ingredient with the exception of the viruses contained preferably in an amount 20-80 wt -% of the encapsulated particles. Such a high percentage is allowed by the provisions of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Unstable insecticides, for which this invention is particularly useful, are those that lose under the influence of sunlight effectiveness. These include bacterial insecticides, viral insecticides, fungal insecticides, prozotoa, and chemicals, such as Avermectins and Milbemycins. Furthermore, there are also regulators of insect growth, which are unstable in the presence of UV radiation, useful for the invention.
Examples of bacterial insecticides include B. thuringiensis variants of the bacillus, such as israelsensis, kurstaki, berliner, san diego, aizawa, galleriae, morrisoni, tenebrionis, tolworthi, darmstadiensis and kyushiensis, as well as Bacillus sphaericus and Bacillus Popillia and other bacteria, the disease for the target insect or other target organisms. In most cases, the active ingredient of the pesticides is a protein toxin, which is produced by the bacteria and not the bacterium itself.
The preparation of the bacterial pesticide must contain the endotoxin. Examples of viral insecticides are baculoviruses, including viruses with polyhedral core (NPV), granulose virus and non-occlusive baculovirus. Examples of NPVs are Heliothis zea NPV, Autographa californica NPV, Anagrapha falcifera NPV, Spodoptera frugiperda NPV, Trichoplusia ni NPV, Anticarsia gemmatalis NPV, Orgyia pseudotsugata NPV, Lymantria dispar NPV, Neodiprion sertifer NPV, and Choristoneura fumiferana NPV. Examples of granulose viruses are the granulose virus Cydia pomonella (codling moth, whose larva is the common apple worm), Agrotis segetum, Pieris rapae and Erinnyis ello.
An example of non-occlusive baculoviruses is the baculovirus Oryctes rhinoceros. Fungi typically penetrate over cuticular routes in insects. However, the infection can also be done on food intake. Examples of insect fungi are Aschersonia aleyrodis, Beauveria bassiana, Hirsutella thompsonii, Metarhizium anisopliae, Verticillium lecanii, Conidiobolus obscurus, Erynia neoaphidis, Erynia radicans, Beauveria brongniartii, Paecilomyces fumosorosea, Hirsutella citriformis, Metarhizium flavoviride, Nomurea rileyi and Paecilomyces lilacinus.
Useful insect controls include protozoa and flagellates, or ciliates, Amoeba, Coccidia, scale insects, Haplosporidia, Neogregarinia and Microsporidia. Of particular importance are Microsporidia and that of the genus Nosema, such as Nosema locusta. Lignin-based, pH-sensitive, light-absorbing polymer material stays in close contact with the active ingredient before it is exposed to an alkaline pH, like that found in the gut of an insect.
Typical pH-sensitive polymers are insoluble solid particles in neutral or acidic aqueous solution. In order to dissolve at least partially at a pH above about 5 to 9, pH-sensitive polymers or non-pH-sensitive polymers also can be diluted and mixed, as long as the latter are not based on lignin. Examples of encapsulated polymers as they are used for the invention are polyacrylamides and phthalate derivatives.
Laboratory tests on rodents:
The usual test procedure to find out if these insecticides are effective pests killers or harmful to nature takes approximately 27 days in a lab, where they test for fungal or bacterial spores or other microorganisms, mostly and only on rodents, such as rats or mice.
Without using guinea pigs or whatever else which have a similar skin make-up to humans, they use rats. Furthermore, rats have fur, do not sweat (which would trigger certain parasites), and unlike humans, have fewer or almost no sweat glands (the data on this differ).
This raises enough concerns, without even elaborating on possible worst cases, including tests with pregnant, stressed, or sick and immunocompromised rats, or those that have a higher or lower hormonal level, and so on.
Also, because rats cannot pant like a dog with their tongue stuck out, they are also disadvantaged in this form of heat regulation. They support the increased cooling system by breathing faster or using their saliva. Licking then the hairless parts of the body or taking a cooling bath somewhere helps to cool them down.
Most pathogens tested on the rats likely would not even grow on the rats' skin or fur, because certain environmental triggers are necessary for specific fungi to germinate.
It is very obviously clear, why these pesticides companies have used tests mostly on rats and no other animals to prove the positive or negative effect of such bio-insecticides in nature.
They certainly are aware that immunocompromised organism can be harmed from such bio-insecticides, and even more from their GMOs. But these profiteering companies, such as Bayer Cropscience, Astrazeneca, Dupont or Monsanto (Gentech), etc., just do not care about this low percentage of possible affected humans, animals, plants, or beneficial insects (e.g. bees).
Everyone who becomes aware of these products from pesticide industry (with new ones appearing daily) and doing further research introduces himself to a shocking new world or dimension of dangerous new techniqes, GMOs, corruption and money-addicted and careless companies which nobody should really want to know about.
Compare it like a parallel universe of man-made pathogens that are even more numerous than all the inhabitans of New York. Most people do not even know that such dangerous bio-insecticides exist, much less that they come in contact with them every day through usual items as dairy products.
Pheromones and sweat:
In the case of the Morgellons afflicted, it is not the composition of sweat alone, including nitrogen, salt, butyric acid, amino acids, carbon dioxide, lactic acid, smell of skin`s resident bacteria, fungi, etc., but very likely also pheromones in sweat that telegraph the information of fear (i.e. stress-related responses).
Pheromones, which are actually odorless, can affect humans, animals and even insects. They can have an attractive or repellant effect on other organisms or species, and they are mostly present in urine, saliva, secretions and perspiration.
You can ask any cowboy about this, and he probably will tell you, "Never ride a horse if you fear it. The horse will smell it, get nervous, and start a rodeo with you."
In ancient times, the common practice of kissing both the left and right cheeks was introduced. Can you guess why? With this gesture, people doing business together could smell whether one another were nervous or fearful.
If fear were present, no business could be established, due to lowered confidence. The same gesture in the form of shaking hands was introduced in the same period, enabling a quick check of sweating hands as a sign of anxiety. Today these gestures are normal human behavior, even if many do not know the origins.
For this very reason, the deodorant industry produces sprays with substances to camouflage these odors, to actually cover up your private nervous status.
Briefly, stress also means that someone fears something. The body is expressing over pheromones this fear information, and passing it on to other life forms, which could have a completely different interpretation of this smell or information. Mammals need a special organ called the vomeronasal organ to perceive these pheromones.
What for humans is offensive might be for animals or insects a delightful and attractive odor. There is a lot of information in odors, but we just have forgotten how to interpret it. Animals have not forgotten. They need the complex information in odors for survival in nature. In nature, it is extremely important to transport certain information about physical conditions through odors, even over long distances.
Nature had something in mind when it created these different pheromones to pass information of internal body processes by air. Pheromones are enormously important to the survival of some animals by attracting sex for reproduction. Deer and elk, for example, need the smell of their female partners during the season of fertility, or rut.
The animal with the highest number of olfactory receptors (millions) is not the dog, but the bear. They can smell prey or food from 30 miles away. This capability is necessary if prey is scarce and widespread over the bear’s territory.
One could say even in a quite secular way that pheromones are the ethereal information of hormones, which are the messengers of the body system. Skin releases oily or greasy secretions embedded with pheromones from the apocrine glands and covering hair in order to prolong the transmission of their information.
Without hair, secretions and expressed pheromones (information) would evaporate very quickly. There a few types of pheromones produced by these hormone-related apocrine glands, the most important function of which is the expression of sexual chemicals to attract opposite gender for reproduction.
Sweat, which the skin produces over the actual sweat glands (eccrine glands) to cool itself, is not the same substance produced by the apocrine glands. The latter is called hormonal sweat. Evolutionarily, the apocrine glands were there first, and our hair evolved simply as desiccated outgrowths of these hormonal glands.
The glands that produce sweat as we know it emerged much later, when Homo sapiens stood upright to become a hunter. At that time, man lost most of his hair or fur, because he had to sprint faster and further to chase prey. Running long distances with a coat of hair, hunters would have overheated rapidly, resulting in circulatory collapse.
Animals with fur can run only short distances before they must cool down again by panting. With the loss of most of his body hair, man gave himself an advantage over non-human primates and other animals. Man could run longer and cool down the heated body by sweating through the skin.
Nature produced therefore the sweat glands and sweat to regulate the body temperature (homeostasis) under the supervision of the hypothalamus. These sweat glands are somehow also involved, to some degree, in carrying forward the pheromones produced from the hormonal apocrine glands.
Of course, some hair remained on humans, such as on the head, chest, armpits or genital area. This hair growth, however, is produced only by the apocrine glands, which are related to sexual hormones, and exists to keep physical odors present. Technically, hair is not necessary for humans, except as a display of vanity, just as feathers serve the peacock in attracting a mate.
Some genotypes of humans could probably, through generations, delegate hand, forehead or underarm sweat even to other skin areas (feed, skalp, back), to hide from the others certain treacherous signs of bodily emotional expressions.
In a lie-detector test, this plays no important role, because during stress or lies, the skin always releases some sweat, though sometimes only to a small degree. This is sufficient to measure the conductivity of the skin and to interpret a person’s truthfulness.
Is it even possible to smell emotions or mentality?
Humans and animals can and do, especially some dogs, and they probably know all about you by smell, probably even your character.
In the U.S., a dog lives in a hospital and actually belongs to hospital staff. This dog has become famous, because he could even smell approaching death. Every time a patient died, staff found this dog lying in the room of the dying patient on the day prior to death. He anticipated the event with unerring accuracy, while no human had knowledge of the imminent deaths.
Presumably, this dog smells certain odor molecules, perhaps exuded by dying cells after apoptosis. Most likely this odor is similar to that produced by people under stress, or by cancer patients, as there are dogs that can smell cancer in humans.
The human body can express emotion not just by facial expressions, gestures or verbal emphasis, but also unconsciously with odor. This expression of biochemical conditions, of current physical and mental status, can be passed on to the environment by different pheromones, which other organisms can perceive.
For example anger, rage, hate, sexual desire, sadness, anxiety, stress, fear, mistrust, agony, and even fertility and illnesses of the body can be telegraphed via pheromones.
Animals smell odors with included pheromones consciously, but most people smell them unconsciously, in modern times. For humans, odors are not as important to survival as they once were to primitive peoples.
Humans tend instead to interpret facial expressions, images and language, instead of odors, as non-visual cues can be so well camouflaged nowadays.
Every emotion has its own individual scent pattern that can be expressed by testosterone, estrogen, copuline, oxytocin, adrenalin, cortisol, and so on. In general, emotions can trigger certain biochemical mediators or processes, and in return, biochemical messengers can trigger certain feelings.
Many people can relate to that infamous, disgusting hospital smell that can cause old memories and feelings to flare up, or just imagine a juicy lemon fruit and your mouth will instantly overproduce saliva. Babies can smell their mothers’ and other female breasts and glands surrounding the nipple that produce odors. It is very important for a baby to perceive that odor of the breast, because it enables the baby to find the mammary gland and the expected food.
Can odors manipulate people or influence them positively or negatively?
Probably yes, but not quite, as the author Patrick Süskind described in his book, and film of the same name, "Perfume." The story’s protagonist tries constantly to extract the unique smell, the basic essence of all people, for his obscure, manipulative purposes. In the end, he even created an odor that led a crowd of people, completely unconscious that they were in thrall to scent, into a mass orgy!
Promiscuous people, who need a lot of sex or love, produce massive sex pheromones to attract potential sexual partners. The allure of a person depends on the length of sexual abstinence, as more sex pheromones are produced over time.
The body may believe that, for promiscuous people, there is urgency to find a sexual partner for reproduction and to secure their own race. The body then literally cries out for sex by increased production of sexual pheromones. Other people can perceive this, though they may ignore it.
Vamps and womanizers have high expressions of sexual attractants and so are extremely attractive to other people. The physical appearance of such persons plays a minor role in attraction, but their smell, charisma, or sex appeal comprises their dominant allure.
Of course, this is probably a bit far-fetched, but certainly you can manipulate living beings with odors. Synthetic sex attractants, which are distributed via sprays or perfumes, are already sold by the cosmetics industry.
But also newly developed clothing with mood enhancing aromas is sold now.
Also, the latest statements by the textile industry respond that they are developing bio-active fabrics on a cellular basis using biological microfibers. These implanted mobile bio-environments in cloth fibers, which are porous or hollow, contain inside genetical manipulated bacteria and mammalian cells in order to generate and replenish chemical coatings and chemically active components in the clothes to repel attacks with bio-agents.
The pesticide industry also exploits odor with pheromone traps, sold to attract first, and then decimate, insect pests.
Also the military has been experimenting for a long time with fear pheromones, tracking human stress perspiration with insects that can bite subjects and thereby inject all kinds of pathogens.
One could produce, in this way, parasites that infect only humans who, for instance, use the perfume “Chanel No. 5,” or perhaps attack only the types of people who have certain biological pattern or evaporation (stress hormones - adrenaline, cortisol, etc.).
In other words, mostly the lower social classes are targeted, exposed daily to the stress of surviving, now more than ever. The smell of fear could mean to some kinds of insects that you are weaker than others and therefore more vulnerable to attack. If you have a higher evaporation of testosterone, you might have fewer problems with parasites.
Phoride flies attracted by fear pheromones
Pheromones also play a role when phorid flies are used to eradicate fire ants. There are cases in Texas and Louisiana of phorid fly infestations underneath the skin (larvae and flies), so we have to examine what fire ants and these afflicted humans have in common. Some common characteristic is likely, because the same fear pheromones are involved.
This smell or specific pheromone must be unique or universal among different species. The phorid flies that are used by the pesticide industry as a natural enemy of the fire ants react to fear pheromones from the ants. If one ant recognizes an enemy of the colony, it produces a pheromone signaling danger to the other ants. One by one, other ants produce the same signal to alert the entire colony.
This collective production of pheromones attracts even more flies. The smell of fear has a different meaning for the phorid flies: they get sexually excited by the smell of fear in the fire ants. After short copulation with a male fly, the female fly stings the ants in the neck inserting thereby her eggs. The whole process takes just a few seconds. The eggs later develop into larvae that devour the ant from the inside.
If humans also have infestations of phorid or other flies (myiasis), then they must be nervous persons, producing the same fear or stress pheromones. Today, in these stressful times, it is no wonder that people have more stress or fear of the future. The fly probably does not care whether the prey is an ant or a mammal.
There may not have been many recent cases of such infestation among humans, but lately, with the increased use of such flies in southern U.S. states, more human infestation cases are arising.
Exactly this transfer of information of internal body conditions by pheromones is the key to recognizing why some parasites prefer one host more than another. Generally, I would say that they prefer hosts with a common lower iron and hormonal level, and if so, hosts with more estrogen than testosterone. This may be why more women are afflicted (71%) by Morgellons than men, and why men who have this disease have extremely low testosterone levels.
By the way, the opposite would be to not fear anything or anybody. That can happen if you are still young and a dreamer who fears nothing instead of being older and wiser knowing more about the daily dangers of life. Furthermore, being fearless can also be a result of someone suffering from an infection caused from Toxoplasma Gondi.
A protozoan which is manipulating with its toxins the brain chemistry of their hosts and perhaps reducing also the adrenalin and cortisol level. That causes mice and rats to experience no fear which can be fatal if a cat passes by. Scientists have found out that the Romans also had Toxoplasma Gondi infections which were transmitted over their cheese.
At that time the milk was not sterilized according to Pasteur. That might possibly be the reason why the small size Romans built up a giant empire which lasted thousand years without fearing anybody, not even the huge Germans called Barbarians...
Morgellons skin symptoms and hormones
Most of Morgellons skin symptoms are located exactly where these hormonal apocrine glands are found in large concentrations, such as on the face, scalp, chest and wherever body hair exists. The extent of these skin symptoms underlies daily or monthly hormonal fluctuations.
Every time the body has a hormone boost, Morgellons and perhaps some other microorganisms are driven out on the skin’s surface. Some microorganisms may like hormones too, but not in higher doses. This could be why bodybuilders always get a kind of acne or flush, if they take high doses of steroids. Perhaps the same applies for puberty and its related acne?
All kind of parasites, and especially Morgellons, could migrate to the skin’s surface or pores during hormone boosts, but with Morgellons usually without even causing blemishes. These arise more, however, if they repenetrate the skin, with help of their exo-enzymes (keratinase, protease, liptase) to dissolve skin tissue, to return back underneath the skin.
Actually, you can compare the skin to a sponge that can absorb and release water again. If the skin is more or less soaked with Morgellons biofilm or protoplasm, sometimes, even slight pressure on the skin and lymph system is enough to press them out.
Additionally, they cover or surround the hair with protoplasm and tiny fibers (down to the hair root) and slowly grow out with the hair. This causes also some crawling sensations. The parasites move on or around the hair shaft slightly, the hair registers the movement immediately and passes it on as a nerve signal. (see lower picture)
Fibers on hair
The Morgellons infection certainly has to do with hormonal levels, especially with a higher estrogen level in the skin, then surely we must take into account that many skin creams can increase these levels. Many creams have estrogen-like substances as ingredients.
Also, if a person is overweight, then more androgen (testosterone) is converted to estrogen by the enzyme aromatase in relation to fat cells in the skin. The more fat you have, the higher the conversion rate, because aromatase increases estrogen in the peripheral fat tissue.
In addition, the Morgellons life form produces its own pheromones to attract insects. Inside the human body, it still produces these insect-attracting pheromones (chemotaxis), which means that people who have Morgellons disease contract all kinds of other parasitic infections too. This Morgellons organism even exploits the human apocrine glands and sweat as amplifiers to propagate its pheromones, and one can smell this unpleasant and sharp odor too.
Stress kills you slowly:
People who have experienced constant stress or traumatic conditions, such as “the broken heart syndrome," during their lives are more susceptible to acquiring Morgellons disease than those who were more relaxed.
Most Morgellons sufferers are very sensitive, intuitive and creative people, and among them, one can find actors, painters, singers, writers, and artists. But one also finds many nurses, physicians, business people, philosophers and academicians.
The main reason people acquire Morgellons by skin infection is because stressed people perspire a bit more. They may even have hyperhydrosis or thyroid problems. This means that they may have more alkaline (salty) skin flora than the naturally acid flora that help to repel parasites.
The connection is that damp and alkaline pH levels, along with human odor, activate this life form, causing its germination and outgrowth from spores or the industrial polymer carrier/coating (visible as protoplasm bubble on the tip or the middle of spores or colored fibers). (see lower picture)
This smell or alkaline level (human gut + skin) can trigger this life form because it could be very similar to the chemistry (ph level) or smell of the gut or the hemolymph of insects or arthropods, which they actually eat. In the human body where a higher alkaline level is present, the Morgellons symptoms or settlement is increased!!
Common ph values of the human body:
Gastric acid, 1.2 - 3.0
Pancreatic secretion, pH 8.0
Secretions of liver and gallbladder, pH 7.1
Intestines, pH 8.0 or higher
Blood, pH 7.35 - 7.45
Also these industrial pH-sensitive polymer coatings are made to react on a higher pH level, in order to dissolve at least partially at a pH level above about 5 to 9 to release the pathogens which they carry.
Read also the patent in the feature above, "Bio-insecticides."
Many life factors, such as constant stress that keeps the body in permanent tension and unfavorable chemical conditions, can lower the immune system and hormonal levels (steroids). Traumatic experiences, surgeries, diabetes, malnutrition, and pesticide exposure could be other ways immune defenses are severely impaired and lowered.
Stress is a huge factor in the creation of illness and acceleration of aging (related to microorganism overgrowth?). In these modern times, you cannot run away from stressful situations or physically fight, as we did thousands of years ago. All you can do is to learn how to handle stress. If you do not, you have to internalize it; however, to do so damages the body along the way.
The first symptoms of internalized stress are thyroid disorders, because, under stress, people need higher amounts of iodine. If you do not furnish your body with iodine under higher stress periods, the thyroid glands try to grow, in order to absorb more iodine from the blood.
Furthermore, the heart and blood pressure, the hypothalamus and neuroendocrine system begin to malfunction and remain out of balance. The hypothalamus, as main regulator of homeostasis, is very important for temperature or hormonal regulation and the whole vegetative nervous system. This is the beginning of the end of good health. Malnutrition and malabsorption conditions can ensue, contributing to the body’s inability to recover.
Certainly not everyone with a stressful life or immunodeficiency is affected. One must have DIRECT contact with infectious spores, protoplasm, or the industrial polymer fibers, which today is just a matter of time!
Pesticides makes you weak and sick:
We are all contaminated by many years of chemical toxin exposure that comes mostly from the chemical or pesticide industry.
Chicken, turkey, cattle, pigs, dairy products, vegetables, fruit and seafood are contaminated with pathogens and accumulations of toxins, such as mercury, plastic, DDT (dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane) and PCB/Dioxin (polychlorinated biphenyls).
These chemicals enter the food chain and eventually accumulate in higher animals over the years, causing immunodeficiency, reproductive malfunction, Alzheimer’s disease, birth defects, retardation and autism and much more. Is there anything left that we can eat without getting sick?
Important health effects research regarding common pesticides are reported in the medical journal.
Traditional chemical pesticides, and now the newer biological ones, are culpable in many old and new emerging diseases or syndromes. Chemical pesticide poisoning over long periods, including from daily ingestion, is the primary culprit in destruction of the immune system, which plays an important role in resistance to the Morgellons or other parasitic diseases.
A chain of illness sets in once the immune system is weakened. Links in this chain can accumulate gradually and imperceptibly to make one ill with not just one particular toxin or small amount of it, which the body can manage naturally, but many toxins and the increased amount, accumulated over the years, causes a toxic overload.
Immune system attritions and potential illness outbreaks are additionally promoted by malnutrition, unhealthy lifestyles, mold infestations of the home or other environment, extended periods of stress, diabetes, invasive surgeries, and so on.
As more of these and other parameters converge, whether simultaneously or over time, the more certain it is that one can become extremely ill with any disease.
Nature is and was always highly polluted with many types of industrial chemicals. These chemicals now, however, are accelerating die-offs of many species, damaging their immune systems and making them more susceptible to secondary infections by parasites.
We have already seen such mass species die-offs in many frogs and bats, and it is still going on with many other species!!
The worldwide bee die-off (Colony Collapse Disorder) continues. Among many reasons, the main causes of this die-off are the bio- and chemical insecticides products of Bayer CropScience, such as Clothianidin, and Monsanto’s BTI-insecticides or MON810 maize (Bt maize).
In Germany, there was recently a trial. At this trial, one honeybee farmer complained that his bees were contaminated by MON810 pollen and were producing genetically modified honey. The court’s verdict was that this farmer could not sell his honey as “non-GMO” anymore by law. Monsanto emerged without penalty from this trial, ostensibly “proven” not to be a polluter, because the legally mandated 300 meters’ distance from non-GMO fields been respected.
For nature, however, those 300 meters are absolutely meaningless. Not only chemicals, but also the agrobacterium B. thuringiensis (as in Bt maize) may contribute to bee die-off and many other pathogens without causing them directly.
It may cause die-off indirectly by reducing and weakening the immune system of the bees through the cell walls of their GI tract. Bees then die later from secondary infections caused by parasitic intruders, such as bacteria, Nosema, Varoa mite, virus and fungi. (Reported from Jena University, Germany)
GMOs and GM food - a ticking time bomb:
Eating GM food (genetically modified) or food treated with GMOs (genetically modified organism) can be really harmful, because DNA fragments (Plasmids) of A. tumefaciens (the model organism for natural DNA-transfer) or other agrobacteria with active promoter genes can pass through the stomach and body intact and later influence or change the genome of other species.
This statement from food-watch organizations is contrary to statements from gentech companies that these GMOs cannot survive such conditions to harm mammals and other creatures.
Big corporations seek to rule the world and control food markets with GMO patents, degenerated, low quality food and cheap meat. What about consumers who must eat these travesties? Most consumers' minds are changing now, because most people do not need or want mass-produced meat.
Nobody wants to eat steaks or cheeseburgers every day. Deforestation (also for palm oil), the greater application of drugs for growth (bovine growth hormone), antibiotics to keep cattle alive, higher methane gas emissions, and damage to nature have reached their limits and are irreversible.
Furthermore, also GM crops and the risks of these genetically manipulated foods is no longer wanted or accepted by most inhabitants of this planet. Nobody knows what kinds of new diseases could be created from GM food over the years.
Profiteering gentech companies, such as Bayer Cropscience, BASF, Astrazeneca, Dupont, Monsanto, Ecogen, Mycogen, Repligen, Zoecon, etc., which are dividing a big profit, are the main contributors to environmental destruction and misery on Earth.
McDonalds contributes to this disaster too, because a third of the worldwide corn harvest serves only as food for cattle, implicating the burger industry. Another third is cultivated as bio-fuel, and the remaining one-third of all corn is for humans, leaving less for the world to eat and already causing worldwide hunger and high prices.
Could GM corn be the food of the future to resolve these problems? One hopes not, because a growing majority of people are beginning to realize that nobody needs cheap but destructive GM products from these companies.
High quality GM food from Monsanto, or the "Nouvelle Cuisine" à la USA. You are what you eat, and if the food you eat is degenerated dirt, what are you then??
A good appetite and no brain is the best sauce! If you only knew what you eat, you might not want to eat it!!
Are U.S. food companies even outsourcing food production now, simply to make more profit?
Food companies enrich themselves while making you sick and stupid, which is that what they really want!!
Are there hidden goals??
GM Food - No Risk - No Fun?
In a just-released position paper on GM foods, the American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) states that "GM foods pose a serious health risk" and calls for a moratorium on GM foods.
Citing several animal studies, the AAEM concludes, “there is more than a casual association between GM foods and adverse health effects” and that “GM foods pose a serious health risk in the areas of toxicology, allergy and immune function, reproductive health, and metabolic, physiologic and genetic health.”
The report is a devastating blow to the multibillion dollar international agribusiness industry, most especially to Monsanto Corporation, the world’s leading purveyor of GM seeds and related herbicides.
Humans, plants, animals and insects can be affected by GM food or GMOs, but there are also social implications from their use. On average, 1,000 farmers in India each year commit suicide, due to Monsanto’s seed policy. This is a human disaster.
Because most farmers in India have no choices. They can only buy the expensive Monsanto seeds or die, because systemic corruption prevents access to alternatives, such as the less expensive seeds formerly sold in India.
In addition, U.S., Chinese and Indian cotton farmers did not see a higher crop yield, an increase in profits or a reduction in pests (insecticide improvements) after cultivation of transgenic plants. Certain parasites were reduced, but other resistant parasites appeared, which had to be treated increased with the old insecticides.
These products have caused worldwide the death of humans and animals, also because the GM modified feed crops have developed their own toxins.
Also many US farmers, who had cultivated soy, maize corn, or genetically manipulated cotton, are now complaining about these products manufactured and promoted by Monsanto (also Roundup Ready). All farmers are very dissatisfied customers now. Many people worldwide are fighting now against Monsanto.
Investigators revealed more about the Monsanto conspiracy. Lawyers and others formerly employed by Monsanto subsequently worked for the FDA, issuing and falsifying licenses to approved businesses. Former Monsanto scientists even claims that GM products may cause diseases and even development of prions, the same proteins known to cause the Mad Cow Disease (BSE).
This universal conspiracy of genetic manipulation proliferates, continually, aggressively and carelessly, without concern for the environment, focusing only on maximum profit and greed, without respect for nature or humans.
These and other stories have been reported by the media again and again, in print and on television. Greenpeace and other organizations have documents listing dangerous GMOs, and there are volumes, but still there is no action or public outcry to curtail the practice of genetic modification.
Why not? Because of the enormity of corruption involved. There are countless countries, universities, corporations and governmental authorities involved in unleashing bioinsecticides and other industrial chemicals, yet there are no laws to protect the innocent. The U.S. policy is simply laissez faire, as the current thinking there is that legislative intervention "hinders creativity."
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