There has been tons of stuff out there about Ebola but once again everyone over looks the obvious.
Low moisture Farming techniques were being taught by persons to help these nations cultivate vegetables in low moisture environments using mulches,
EM1, Cow manure and Bat guano.
The first step is to take food waste, leaves and grasses and compost them using EM1, cow manure, bat guano and a small amount of water to help in the
breakdown of the organic materials. This mixture is is turned every few days and covered with a black plastic to keep it moist and hot. Temperatures
reach up to 110 degrees Fahrenheit in the day and stay at a steady 87 degrees Fahrenheit at night, this is a perfect natural chemical lab that
combines bacteria and virus strains and allows them to incubate and because of a lack of food for Ebola to eat it goes dormant so that by the time the
compost reaches its third stage an anti-biotic kill off of bacteria, the Ebola virus that is dormant remains unharmed.
Once the compost is taken and mixed with plant and tree mulch, this is where it comes in direct contact with more people, who then spread it along
furrows in which they will plant seeds, they use a small amount of water (usually about a tablespoon) for each seed and then cover the furrow with
banana tree husk and leaves. Then each night the dew factor allows the mulching to suck moisture from the air and keep the furrow warm and moist with
a temperature around 85 degrees Fahrenheit.
The Ebola virus (from human or bovine source) had time to cultivate with the rabies virus found in the bat guano and mutated to a new strain of Ebola
then went dormant. When the humans handle the compost and mulch wipe their heads or eat without washing the new strain was introduced to a human host.
I had spoken in another thread and on curezone about the over use of EM1, with pig and cow manure as a means of cultivating harmful bacteria that
become anti-biotic resistant and the creation of Swine flu virus as well as other viruses and flesh eating bacteria.
Dr Higa's 7 formulas were never tested outside the laboratory before being approved by the FDA, and Higa himself said that unless all 7 formulas are
used together the compost would create bad bacteria, even if it smells good. Remember each meter of land contains different bacteria and that changes
from location to location around the world. Since the approval of EM1 for use in commercial and private farming in the late 1970's, all diseases
including cancers, cysts, UTI and other bodily infections, as well as flus and Ebola have increased exponentially across the board where ever EM1 was
It was only a matter of time before this would happen. It has already happened with the swine flu CDC was contacted with this and they ignored it.
Chickens do come home to roost.
edit on 11-10-2014 by ChesterJohn because: (no reason given)