Engineered Diseases – What You Need To Know

Engineered Diseases – What You Need To Know

Would it come as a surprise if I told you that our government has engineered many different diseases – some as biological weapons and others as common, every day diseases. Bioterrorism is a phrase some of us are familiar with – remember the Anthrax scare of 2001 – where various letters were sent via USPS to several Government and Federal buildings just 1 week after 911? The white powder that escaped once the letter was opened carried Anthrax – a bacteria known as Bacillus Anthracis, which can cause deep skin sores, that often become infected, and respiratory distress that if untreated can lead to death.

The “secret” use of infectious agents to alter a population isn’t a new idea – the US Government intentionally distributed thousands of smallpox infested blankets to the Native Americans in 1763 in an attempt to lower the Native American population as they were seen as a threat to civilization in the early US.

Recently there was an investigation into Lyme Disease and its prevalence in the US. This past week, the House called on the Pentagon to investigate whether the Department of Defense (DOD) released ticks as a biological weapon/experiment on the US population. There has been a significant increase in the number of cases of Lyme in the US and NJ Representative Christopher Smith launched a campaign after crossing documents suggesting that the DOD commissioned to experiment with ticks and spiders in the 1950s and 1970s. There is some speculation that large amounts of these insects escaped with “biologically engineered/altered strains” of Lyme disease that is now matching those seen in the newer cases in the US.

A book titled “Bitten: The Secret History of Lyme Disease and Biological Weapons” by Kris Newby suggests deeper evidence that government research weaponized ticks in Maryland and New York. The book includes interviews with Willy Burgdorfer, who is credited with discovering the bacteria that causes Lyme disease. Those opposed with this understanding state that Lyme disease wasn’t discovered and named until 1977, when two women in Old Lyme, Connecticut, reported symptoms of arthritis. Thus, the name of the disease emerged. It was Mr. Burgdorfer who was able to identify the bacteria that caused it. Advocates of the theory point out there were no major cases before 1977 which suggests the leak of infected insects in the 70s experiment.

Acute Lyme vs Chronic Lyme
Acute Lyme is associated with the immediate symptoms associated with a recent exposure to the Lyme bacterium/parasite. This includes a diagnostic rash, known as the “Bulls’ eye rash” simply due to its appearance of concentric red circles like that of a range target. Cyclical fatigue is often the next symptom which comes in a classic “waxing and waning” pattern – on for 2 weeks and then off for two weeks. The fatigue is usually accompanied with severe headaches, often described as point or stabbing, dizziness and fever that leads to night-sweats. Untreated it can eventually lead to severe sensitivity to light and sound as well as visual loss and neurological decline. Medically, if diagnosed early enough, antibiotics are given with the hope of destroying the bacterium. However, recent research is suggesting that only 20-30% of people infected express symptoms such that it raises concern and leads to medical attention.

The human immune system will detect the bacteria and mount its own defense, which often cause the Lyme bacterium to alter its shape into a cyst or biofilm. This is what makes Lyme such an ominous condition – as once this happens it now becomes “chronic Lyme” – i.e. able to remain dormant in the body for many years. Chronic Lyme can represent with the astute symptoms which will cause a misdiagnosis and missed treatment. Chronic Lyme often presents as severe fatigue, restless sleep, join pain, aching muscles and joints, swelling in the knees, shoulders, elbows and ankles, decreased short term memory and difficulty speaking.

Lyme Disease and Other Conditions
Unlike other infectious diseases, which typically only have a specific set of symptoms associated, Lyme Disease can mimic and even cause other health issues.

According to the National MS Society, 90% of patients with diagnosed Multiple Sclerosis would fit the symptoms of chronic Lyme – even though they have been “diagnosed” medically with MS. I use “ ” simply to point out that a diagnosis is not definitive of the root cause – rather, it’s simply an attempt to put a name to a conditions such that appropriate treatment can be applied. But what happens when the diagnosis given doesn’t match the treatment? Obviously, things continue to deteriorate. This is the current state of most MS patients – medications offered are not a cure – rather they simply prolong the inevitable. Considering that Lyme also produces the same symptom profile, and that most doctors are trained only to look for the acute Lyme symptoms (rash, fever, etc.) – it comes as no surprise that it’s a majorly overlooked cause. In fact, most MS patients who have gone into remission are those who expanded their therapy types which more than likely naturally addressed their undiagnosed chronic Lyme.

According to www.FedUpWithFatigue.com both CFS (chronic fatigue syndrome) and Fibromyalgia can be connected (caused by) undiagnosed chronic Lyme. The author of this site points out her personal experience and frustration with the medical community’s inability to give her an explanation as to what was causing her symptoms – in one portion of the site she even mentioned they would tell her over and over again – you have fibromyalgia – just get over looking for the cause as we don’t know what causes it!

Because the Lyme bacterium can change its shape from a spirochete (active, i.e. eating) to cyst (inactive/dormant) to even a bio-film (integrated with other conditions) the symptoms often come and go – most severe in the active state when the bacterium is physically consuming neurological and other body tissues, and least severe in the inactive phase. A bio-film is even more complicated to diagnose because it usually co-exists with another infection – often viral or parasitic (EBV/CMV of mononucleosis / intestinal rope/roundworms)

In general, if you have moderate to severe fatigue that isn’t resolving with natural methods (sleep, energy supports, etc.), joint and muscle pain, numbness and tingling, digestive issues, vision and hearing sensitivity, pain in pinpoint areas of your body (neck, shoulders, back, hips, legs, feet) you are not “losing your mind” or a “hypochondriac” – you probably have a misdiagnosed case of chronic Lyme disease thanks to the art of bio-engineering disease.

Overcoming Chronic Lyme Disease Naturally
An MD will simply throw antibiotics at Lyme, simply because it’s a bacteria. However, once it goes into a cyst/bio-film, the Lyme is immune to antibiotics. A 100% functional immune system with proper detox pathways will be able to recognize and remove the lyme in either state. Often this requires a combination of therapies including Chiropractic, Acupuncture, nutritional supports/supplementation along with, in moderate to severe cases, energy therapies including PEMF (Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Field) and RIFE (electro-frequency) as well as oxygen therapies (Hyperbaric/Ozone/H2O2). Various supplements can also assist in the removal, including Mimosa Pudica, TUDCA (Tauroursodeoxycholic acid) and Ultra High Dose Vitamin D3 therapy.