First off, I'll have to introduce you to a barely known pathogen: the mycoplasma, which is thought to be a species of parasitic, devolved bacteria
whose common trait is the lack of a cell wall. wether this assessment is correct or not remains (imho) open to debate, since mycoplasma can
alledgedly be converted into crystalline form (!) and few if any lifeforms are able to survive complete dehydration.
Now, you may ask, "why is this all news to me.." and i believe it should be obvious after reading the following parapgraph
from article i base this post on
Why Are We Experiencing an Epidemic of Lyme Disease?
I do not have a certain answer to this question.
There are some facts that may be relevant. Several US government scientists including Dr. Shuy-Ching Lo, of the American Institute of Pathology, hold
a patent on a Pathogenic Mycoplasma (mycoplasma fermentans) which has been converted into a crystalline form. In the patent application the diseases
AIDS, chronic fatigue syndrome, Wegener’s Granulomatosis, Sarcoidosis, lupus and Alzheimer’s Disease were mentioned as related to this patented
form of mycoplasma fermentens. The crystalline form of mycoplasma fermentens contains the part of the brucella bacteria that causes disease in
patients. In its crystalline form this mycoplasma can be transmitted into subjects by intravenous administration or injections, spread as an aerosol,
implanted by the bite of an insect, or placed into food or water. There is no laboratory evidence for infection by brucella in subjects who have
received the “crystalline pathogenic mycoplasma.”
There are various sources on the web with similar claims, you be the judge (if you don't mind reading a 36 page pdf, take a look at my sig)
optional links, in case you're interested:
More conspiracy-based article focusing on myalgic encephalitis (aka.
Constant Fatigue Syndrome)
With that out of the way, i will continue based on the example of Lyme disease, which is apparently subject to severe downplay by health officials and
Things you should know which aren't being told, although they're logical consequences of the pathogen's capabilities:
- It is transmissible person to person, even through casual contact - bacteria are ususally contagious, aren't they?
- Symptoms vary wildly, from arthritis to neurodegenerative illnesses, some caused by mycoplasma itself, some by generated toxins
- Period of inactivity is more or less random and in the range of years
- Secondary infections easily conceal the underlying cause
- Vectors include various insects, including mosquitos
Biology professor, Lida Mattman, author of Cell Wall Deficient Forms: Stealth Pathogens, has been able to recover live spirochetes of Bb from
mosquitos, fleas, mites, semen, urine, blood, and spinal fluid. A factor contributing to making Bb so dangerous is that it can survive and spread
without having a cell wall (cell wall-deficient CWD). Many valuable antibiotics kill bacteria by breaking down the cell wall. These antibiotics
often prove ineffective against Bb.
As i wrote in the first paragraph, mycoplasma can be crystallised, which indicates unique durablity of the pathogen, with grave consequences if you
think it over, namely that widely used anti-septic procedures may be ineffective, including pasteurisation. Furthermore, diagnostic tools available
today may be ineffective due to the pathogen's different manifestations (as a normal germ, as a wall-less germ and potentially in crystalline form,
now don't ask me if they can be morphed either way because i have no idea), while the lack of adequate information aggravates the issue as people and
doctors don't know what to look for.
btw, there IS a test and it's alledgedly reliable...
Dr. Joanne Whitaker, a Lyme disease victim from childhood, has developed a reliable test for the presence of Lyme disease. This test looks for the Bb
organism, not antibodies, and is able to identify the cell wall deficient (CWD) form of the spirochete as well as the actual Bb organism. The
test is called Q-RIBb which stands for quantitative rapid identification of Bb. Dr. Lida Mattman has confirmed that Dr. Whitaker’s test is
sensitive because there has been a 100% correlation between a positive culture of Bb by Dr. Mattman’s lab and a positive Q-RIBb test from Dr.
...but keep in mind
There is no laboratory evidence for infection (..) in subjects who have received the “crystalline pathogenic mycoplasma.”
Additional twist of mine, based on the following passage:
Lyme Disease is the fastest growing epidemic in the world. LD is grossly under-reported so there may be far more than the 200,000 cases reported
annually in the US. Drs. Harvey and Salvato estimate that 1 billion persons in the world may be infected with LD. LD is thought to be a
contributing factor in 50% of patients who have chronic illness.
Ok, say you've got 50% postives (let's assume the test is reliable) among victims of chronic disease, does that necessarily mean the rest is caused
by something else entirely? i don't think so, IF this is a bioweapon in field use, you can bet your boots that they had two competing teams working
on the same project... which means that the vast majority of the 50% who test Lyme negative might as well be victims of another strain of