I know that a lot of you who follow my blog suffer from chronic illnesses so hopefully this will be a beneficial post for you!
How would you react if I told you that almost every disease shared a similar root cause that has been covered up for years? Including cancers, multiple sclerosis, parkinsons, als, fibromialgia, cfs/me, digestive diseases and other complex neurological and autonomic diseases. Intelligent design anyone? I feel like I’m about to discuss the big bang theory but…the cancer edition! Bang! Cancer happened! LOL…Okay, I digress.
The thing that I find concerning is the fact that a lot of diseases already have pharmaceutical medicines out there marketed for those with chronic illnesses. So imagine, one day you get diagnosed as having cancer. Instead of treating the root cause so you don’t get it again, you spend thousands of dollars on cancer related drugs (anti-nausea meds, pain meds etc) chemo, and the cancer comes back with a vengeance. What happened here? Why did the cancer come back? Your cancer came back because you were treating the symptoms, not the causative agent that gave you cancer in the first place. So, in my humble opinion, why should we take these big pharma meds, knowing they aren’t going to get at the root cause for several diseases but rather just put a bandaid on some symptoms.
This is going to be controversial *dodges stones*, because the problem goes to the notion that government and big pharma intentionally put profits over people. Yes, Big Pharma and the government are wanting to make money off of those who are sick. They make money off of you. Chronic illness brings in “chronic money” and constant research looking for a ‘cure’ for these chronic conditions bring in billions of dollars a year. So if there was a known cure, that dealt with the causative agents of many illnesses, big pharma would no longer be selling chronic medications to those with chronic illnesses. This means all of the chronic sufferers who once needed dozens of pills to manage their symptoms wouldn’t need them after getting proper treatment tackling the root cause of why they got sick in the first place. Also if there was a cure, research foundations would not be able to make billions of dollars in research because…there would already be a cure, meaning there’s nothing else to research. I also think that the governments want to keep people sick because this world is getting too “overpopulated” apparently. Disease is the perfect ‘soft kill’ you don’t need guns, or concentration camps, only biologial warfare, but that’s a whole other story. (If you’re inquisitive look up project paperclip)
There have been several scientific studies that point to microplasmas being the causative agents in causing cancer and other illnesses. By Microplasma, I mean bacteria that invades a persons body. There are over 200 different species of microplasma’s which means the effects on one’s body is endless. Anyone who suffers from LYME disease will understand this concept very well. Because we know that the lyme bacteria can get into our organs, joints, brain, causing problems which can lead to neurological disorders if not treated properly.
There have been scientists who have linked Borrelia Burgdorfi (and other related borrelia), to be the cause of M.S, Parkinsons, ALS and other neuro-degeneritve diseases all which don’t have no “known” cause at the moment.
This notion makes sense because a lot of people who are currently sick used to be completely “healthy”. To know that something else is reaking havok on our bodies makes sense. It also makes sense if certain illnesses are deemed hereditary because the bacteria can pass from the mother to the child during pregnancy.
So if a baby is born with bacteria invading it’s system with an undeveloped immune system and then paired with high doses of toxic metals from vaccines ….are we really wondering why mental illnesses like autism, cerebral palsy, and growth diseases are on the rise? Childhood cancers?So let me end with this: If we look at disease through a scientific lens we will see that every illness generally has a “bacterial or viral” cause. Just think about polio, scarlet fever, syphillis, aids, TB, pneumococcal pneumonia, the common flu, measles and the mumps.
Shouldn’t we be finding ways to treat and cure people of different microplasma attacking their systems then? What say you? Thoughts?
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