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American inventor Royal Rife (his real name), in 1934, cured 14 "terminal" cancer patients and hundreds of animal cancers by aiming his "beam ray" at what he called the "cancer virus." So why isn't the Rife Ray in use today? Barry Lynes, in his 1987 book The Cancer Cure That Worked, details how Rife's invention was discredited by Morris Fishbein, the director of the American Medical Association (AMA), after his offers to buy a share of the technology were rebuffed, although this has never been proven and the AMA has denied it. A 1953 U.S. Senate special investigation concluded that Fishbein and the AMA had conspired with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to suppress various alternative cancer treatments that conflicted with the AMA's pre-determined view that "radium, x-ray therapy and surgery are the only recognized treatments for cancer."
Some of the affects it can have on humans are. Men: Less likely to follow social rules. More suspicious. More prone to Jealousy.
Originally posted by Grimpachi
I just read this in a science magazine I have a subscription to. It seems more like sci-Fi but is actually sci-fact. These little parasites can infect your brain and alter your psychology and from reports are fairly common in humans. About 1 in 4 people in the United States is reportedly infected with these buggers.
Parasites that sneak into the brain may alter your behavior and health
In the United States, almost one in four residents over the age of 12 has the infection. In other parts of the world, rates are as high as 95 percent. An unlucky minority of these infected people become quite ill. Most, however, don’t even know that their muscles and brains carry the parasite.
“Where science meets science fiction” is how Michael Dickinson of the University of Washington in Seattle describes studies of parasites that hack into their hosts’ nervous systems. The Journal of Experimental Biology, where Dickinson serves as an editor, dedicated its Jan. 1 issue to this emerging field, dubbed “neuroparasitology.” In those pages and elsewhere, clues to T. gondii’s bizarre biology are emerging. And growing evidence suggests that the hidden parasite may have visible effects.
Studies comparing the infected and the noninfected raise the possibility that the parasite tweaks a person’s personality or ups the risk of suicide attempts, brain cancer and schizophrenia. Studies in people even report links between T. gondii and traffic accidents, greater odds of having sons than daughters, extra height and unusual opinions about the smell of urine.
If so much of what people do turns out to have a touch of parasite about it, then the notion of normal human behavior may have to change. What is “routine” for people might need to encompass not just the activities of a Homo sapiens by itself, but also the doings of Homo sapiens as a walking ecosystem where microbes and mammal intermingle.
Originally posted by beckybecky
Why don't you use the clark zapper or the parazapper or the ultimate zapper to destroy the parasites.
In Ayurveda, a traditional Indian form of medicine, neem figures into treatments for many ailments, including intestinal and other types of parasites.
Melia azedarach (cinnamon) and Azadirachta indica (neem) have a variety of biologically active ingredients against virus, bacteria and protozoan parasites; however, little is known about their action on Toxoplasma gondii intracellular development. Toxoplasma gondii infects all eukaryotic cells, where it establishes and multiplies inside a modified vacuole called the parasitophorous vacuole until the cell ruptures, re-infecting other cells and establishing the infection. There are no efficient chemotherapies for the elimination of T. gondii, minimizing side effects. In this study, we performed in vitro assays with neem and cinnamon aqueous extracts against the intracellular development of T. gondii tachyzoites. After treatment with neem and cinnamon for 24 h, the percentage of infected cells and the number of intracellular parasites drastically decreased. This effect was concentration-dependent. During the incubation of the extracts, progressive morphological and ultrastructure alterations led to intense vesiculation and complete elimination of the parasite from the intracellular medium. However, during the treatment with extracts, no morphological effects were observed in the structure of the host cell. These results suggest that the aqueous extracts of neem and cinnamon were capable of interfering with and eliminating the intracellular development of Toxoplasma gondii.
Originally posted by Zinky
Originally posted by 0mage
someone should check obama and his administration.. they might be 90% parasite...
Do you even realize how much of an idiot such a statement makes you look like?
This topic has to do with health issues - and you inject politics?
You are one of these people who will take ANY topic - be it anything from fast food to the Super Bowl - and you just have to throw politics into it.
A person could be talking about sea horses for Christ's sake - and YOU and your ILK would try to twist it to politics.
Do you NOT realize how GODDAMNED DUMB you look? Do you have ANY clue AT ALL?
And not only are 99.99% of all people SICK TO DEATH of people like you - it weakens your "cause" - whatever it is - and thus NO ONE takes you seriously.
I AM SO SICK OF PEOPLE LIKE YOU.
Also - if "one liners" are removed here - why isn't this type of BS removed as well? It adds NOTHING to the discussion at hand.edit on 25-1-2013 by Zinky because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by stirling
My cat pickd me out and simply moved in.....hmmmmmmmm.......
I have been feeding it and caring for it since as well.......hmmmmmmmmmm
Ya dont think?
Naaw thats too far out.........