Our Bodies Rot, Why?


Numerous people in their midlife years, me and hubby included, come to realize that our biological timers have passed six o’clock and midnight gets nigher. My take is that candida — along with a rich variety of micro- or macroscopic bugs — are the main causes for this aging disease. Should radically change my lifestyle, eating habits, exercising and, most important, kill the stress factor as deep as I can? Yes, and I know too well how hard it is.

But let me share with you an opinion of Don’s — warped perspective as you might guess. He compares this, and not only a particular disease but an entire specter of infection-based conditions, to the Goa’uld of Stargate. Yes, yes, I know it sounds crazy, so is my man! Still, I adhere to the reality beneath, regardless if we express it in pretentious medical slang or in other nutty words.

Our human bodies, being targeted by numerous infections, since infancy, turn into hosts for diverse bacterial colonies. WE are ecosystems for those tiny bugs. Our only friends of that hidden world are the probiotics, such as Lactobacillus and its relatives. These are feeding on other bacteria that is harmful to us because it’s feeding on our flesh. The enemy of my enemy is my friend. But, above all the guts politics, our Creator installed an amazing immune system into our bodies.

However, if we eat pork, crustaceans, any food that Moses mentioned not to eat, plus the chemical novelties of our industrial world, what we eventually achieve is to weaken our immune system; we also manage to decimate the good bugs in our guts, with less probiotic friends (indiscriminately destroyed by antibiotics) and MORE bad bugs, because “bad” is also resistant and elusive to antibiotics (and not only), we become even more vulnerable to attacks.

Sugar is the main food for those bad bugs. Guess that you know this already, if not, please review the Science of Sugar. But have you considered that there are also larvae? The worms in our guts plant larvae. At some point, more likely with the greater numbers of worms and bugs, the larvae escape our bowels through the blood stream and they end up nesting in tissue, muscles, liver, lungs, brain, any organ, at random. Our immune system sniffs them and surrounds them.Commences a long standoff. This years-long siege will gradually develop a Korea DMZ-like conflicting spot (inside us). In one well-known word: inflammation.

According to the wiki page about Sarcoidosis:

Granulomatous inflammation is characterized primarily by accumulation of monocytes, macrophages and activated T-lymphocytes, with increased production of key inflammatory mediators, TNF-alpha, IFN-gamma, and IL-12, characteristic of a Th1-polarized response (T-helper lymphocyte-1 response). Sarcoidosis has paradoxical effects on inflammatory processes; it is characterized by increased macrophage and CD4 helper T-cell activation, resulting in accelerated inflammation, but immune response to antigen challenges such as tuberculin is suppressed. This paradoxic state of simultaneous hyper- and hypoactivity is suggestive of a state of anergy. The anergy may also be responsible for the increased risk of infections and cancer. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarcoidosis

Sounds like our immune system has been containing the kim-jong-commies without definitely dealing with them. Remember that a dying Goa’uld would kill his human host altogether. It’s maybe why our immune system didn’t take the war to completion, preferring an armistice: inflammation with “paradoxical effects.” There are no paradoxes outside of our understanding.

The bad guys are still nesting in you and me. Hidden at random in organs or showing up through skin rashes. We still have to wash them out. Day in, day out. It is a constant of our life, sort of a more profound hygiene: understanding the rotting process, tracking the inflammation spots, knowing what causes them (the Goa’uld, remember?), confidently taking these spots into more serious consideration and always applying a cleanse method to our bodies, be it external or internal. In fact, before we die we can’t clear our bodies 100% of all these buggers, if we could then we’d cure the aging disease. What we can do is slow the process down as much as possible.

The excellent news is that your body warns you, through the inflammation process, so that you know where to look. Subtly, our Lord speaks to us in simple terms. All we need is listen, learn to listen. He gives us time to take appropriate measures. Such as.

1. Finding a God-fearing doctor to guide us through the cleansing process. And radical lifestyle change process.

2. Gathering red beets to make shakes out of them, according Dr. Breuss recipe, and thus cleanse our bodies by fasting with only red beets juice.

3. Gradually replacing GM foods with organic.

4. Ditching all junk food!!! (I cannot stress this enough).

5. Running away from stress because half of your problems are created by stress.

And many more. I’ve picked just a few, general ones. Oh, good to know that each individual is unique and special. There’s no such thing as a universal cure even if the main set of general rules applies to everyone (wash your hands, don’t eat sugars and processed foods, etc.), there is a fineness in the detail that only you (aided by a good professional) may discover and use to your advantage.

After all the ups and downs, after adopting a new lifestyle, after embracing nature and beauty, at one point we’re gonna die. The point is to die healthy and happy not sick, sad, connected to robots via plastic tubes: a suffering prisoner of your own rotting flesh.

The extreme opposite to any of us mortals is a woman who lived and slightly aged but never rot, not even after passing away, because her body has been moved out of this bug-infested planet. It happened this day, time ago…

The cosmic background dipole anisotropy, image from map.gsfc.nasa.gov

The cosmic background dipole anisotropy, image from map.gsfc.nasa.gov

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