Saturday, March 5, 2011

Chemtrails, Earthquakes, Solar Activity, Tornadoes, Dragon's Triangle, Lyme Disease

Are chemtrails protecting us from the magnetic field reversal?  According to this author, chemtrails are not only being used for cloud seeding, but to help protect us from dangerous solar particles from a weakening magnetic field.  He also says that we are being lied to about the magnetic pole reversal.  That may be why there is no any coverage of the magnetic pole reversal in mainstream media, as well a chemtrails.  Do you believe there is something sinister at work in the government regarding chemtrails and the changing of the magnetic poles?


I've been continuously inquiring as to whether the scientific community has a theory on the new quake zones, such as Arkansas, among many others.  I have still not received any answers to my inquiries.  If any of you have sources that have answers (theories) on the question of these quakes, please let me know.  I'd love to hear from you!

World Recent Earthquake Map

Solar Update:

There are active geomagnetic storms in the low latitudes, as well as the high latitudes.  Also, there is a 45% chance that there will be an M-Class solar flare within the next 48 hours.

"BIG SUNSPOTS: Sunspots 1164 and 1166 are so large, people are noticing them at sunrise and sunset when the sun is dimmed by clouds and haze. The dark cores of these regions are many times wider than Earth, so they are conspicuous even from a distance of 93 million miles. Readers who monitor the spots using properly-filtered backyard telescopes are likely to see flares in action; sunspot 1164 in particular has a delta-class magnetic field that harbors energy for X-class eruptions."


US 'tornado' smashes town of Rayne in Louisiana

Debris was left littered throughout the town of Rayne
A suspected tornado has ripped through a town in the US state of Loiusiana, killing one woman and injuring 11 other people.
More than 100 houses were damaged in the town of Rayne and a number destroyed. Hundreds of people were evacuated amid fears of gas leaks.
The devastation was caused as a violent storm moves through Louisiana and on to Mississippi and Alabama.
The 21-year-old woman who died was killed when a tree fell on her house.
One of the injured was in serious condition.
Rayne, in Acadia Parish, has a population of about 8,500.
Electricity pylons were pulled down, trees felled and a postal truck flipped over.
"There are houses off their foundations," State Police Trooper Stephen Hammonds told Associated Press.
Map"There are houses that have been destroyed."
Those evacuated were taken to a temporary shelter in a fire station.
The storm has caused a number of events in the New Orleans Mardi Gras to be postponed or cancelled.
read more here
The "Devil's Sea" and the Dragon's Triangle located in the Philippine Sea off China's eastern coast is known for vanishing ships and seamen similar to the legendary Bermuda Triangle. While sensational theories for the mysterious disappearances speak of extraterrestrials and lost kingdoms under the sea wreaking havoc, others believe that the region displays the same magnetic anomalies as the Bermuda Triangle. The area, which can be marked off on a map by connecting Japan, Taiwan, and Yap Island, has become known as the Dragon's Triangle after a centuries-old Chinese myth. According to the myth, dragons live deep beneath the surface and their movement can suddenly churn up waves, whirlpools, thick fog, and sudden storms.
In 1950, Japanese officials declared the triangle a danger zone for shipping. In 1952, a research vessel, theKaio Maru No. 5, sent by the Japanese government to investigate the troubled waters, vanished without a trace, and 22 crewmen and nine scientists were lost.
Like the Bermuda Triangle, the Devil's Triangle area may be volatile, subject to sudden weather changes and ocean swells not yet understood. Undersea volcanoes are believed to influence the area's sudden environmental changes. Others cite mikakunin hiko-buttai, Japanese for UFOs.
read more here

Lyme Disease:
Nematode Spirochete Farmers 

In 2000, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that over a billion people are at risk for parasitic worm infections (filaria). 120 million people are infected with parasites in more than 80 countries (Africa, Asia, Central and South Americas, and the Pacific Islands). Of those infected, 44 million suffer filariasis symptoms. 

Nematodes are parasitic worms which receive nourishment and/or shelter from hosts. There is a theory that nematodes ‘farm’ smaller organisms like the Lyme Borrelia spirochetes, similar to the way we humans farm cows or chickens, feeding and protecting them so we can later eat them. Nematodes may live symbiotically with spirochetes in humans! 

Ticks and other vectors harbor numerous parasites: large ones referred to as worms (filaria) and microscopic bacteria, viruses, protozoa, fungi and microfilaria. Ticks in Connecticut and New York do carry nematodes according to Doctors Willy Burgdorfer, Eva Sapi, and Richard Ostfeld. 

Can worms destroy American health, as in WHO’s reported 80 countries, or as in our American pets? The answer to the question, “Can nematodes wreak havoc as human parasites?” is supposedly unknown, at least in the USA. Well, can nematodes prevent recovery from “chronic” Lyme and tick-borne diseases? Puppies are de-wormed soon after they are born. Dogs typically and quickly recover from Lyme disease after antibiotics, perhaps because of their early-life and subsequent regular de-worming; there are no nematodes harvesting spirochetes in their canine bodies.

If nematodes work against antibiotics by protecting and increasing spirochete population, then antibiotic therapy may eradicate ‘loose’ spirochetes but not those under nematode farmers’ protection. If a nematode-Borrelia symbiotic relationship exists, Borrelia can screw its way out, escape the nematode farm, free to wreak havoc on us.

If nematodes are present, then a huge amount of antibiotics over a long period of time may only suppress bacterial growth. Symptoms will be somewhat relieved, a modicum of health will be maintained, but there is no cure while nematodes live to raise new spirochetes. 

So for the duration, surviving nematodes will keep on farming. Can this proposed process explain the cyclical nature of Lyme in certain cases? Antibiotics destroy spirochetes, some nematodes starve and die, but survivor nematodes still farm. A human host might suffer a relapse or flare-up if a bountiful harvest releases excess spirochetes into the body. 

Antibiotics relieve our symptoms by killing spirochetes. Antibiotics also decrease the nematode’s food supply resulting in nematode starvation and death. If enough spirochetes are destroyed and enough nematodes die of starvation, eventually there might be no one left to run the farm. A patient recovers.

However if nematode filaria causes some chronic Lyme, it might be more prudent to stop the farmer. Ivermectin causes starvation and death of nematodes by interfering with their ability to eat/digest. Although antibiotics have been our primary defense, a doctor once told me Ivermectin was the best medicine for Lyme disease. Interesting to note that since 1982, filariasis victims in WHO’s reported 80 countries were given millions of free doses of Ivermectin as part of a Global Health Initiative, but in the USA and Europe, it is typically not prescribed. A surging idea is that all we need is to live healthy and take vitamins and supplements but I suspect that what would CURE chronic Lyme would be a remedy for the cause! 

Other causes may be virulent Borrelia, Mycoplasma, Morgellons, Candida, other Fungi, Molds, XMRV, (Xenotropic Murine Retrovirus) and/or other microbes or filaria. 

The average chronic Lyme patient suffers a gradual decline into poverty and a lifetime of pain and debilitation. Find the cause, treat and have compassion. 

Eva Haughie

1 comment: said...

There's no doubt, the dude is absolutely just.