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Beasts of the Earth . . .

Updated: Oct 17, 2021

#Parasites #Toxoplasma #Tgondii #BeastsOfTheEarth #AnnaPerdue

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Revelation 6:8 And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and with the beasts of the earth. Did you know the deadliest beasts are the tiniest beasts? They are called parasites.


Half of the world's human population is infected with parasites in the body—and the brain. Toxoplasma gondii is a common parasite found in the guts of cats; it sheds eggs that are picked up by rats and other animals that are eaten by cats. Toxoplasma forms cysts in the bodies of the intermediate rat hosts, including in the brain.

Since cats don't want to eat dead, decaying prey, Toxoplasma takes the evolutionarily sound course of being a "good" parasite, leaving the rats perfectly healthy. Or are they? Oxford scientists discovered that the minds of the infected rats have been subtly altered.

In a series of experiments, they demonstrated that healthy rats will prudently avoid areas that have been doused with cat urine. In fact, when scientists test anti-anxiety drugs on rats, they use a whiff of cat urine to induce neurochemical panic. However, it turns out that Toxoplasma-ridden rats show no such reaction. In fact, some of the infected rats actually seek out the cat urine-marked areas again and again. The parasite alters the mind (and then the behavior) of the rat for its own benefit. If the parasite can alter rat behavior, does it have any effect on humans?

Dr. E. Fuller Torrey (Associate Director for Laboratory Research at the Stanley Medical Research Institute) noticed links between Toxoplasma and schizophrenia in human beings, approximately three billion of whom are infected with T. gondii:

Toxoplasma infection is associated with damage to astrocytes, glial cells which surround and support neurons. Schizophrenia is also associated with damage to astrocytes.

Pregnant women with high levels of antibodies to Toxoplasma are more likely to give birth to children who will develop schizophrenia.

Human cells raised in petri dishes, and infected with Toxoplasma, will respond to drugs like haloperidol; the growth of the parasite stops. Haloperidol is an antipsychotic, used to treat schizophrenia.

Dr. Torrey got together with the Oxford scientists, to see if anything could be done about those parasite-controlled rats that were driven to hang around cat urine-soaked corners (waiting for cats). According to a recent press release, haloperidol restores the rat's healthy fear of cat urine. In fact, antipsychotic drugs were as effective as pyrimethamine, a drug that specifically eliminates Toxoplasma.

Are parasites like Toxoplasma subtly altering human behavior? As it turns out, science fiction writers have been thinking about whether or not parasites could alter a human being's behavior, or even take control of a person.

In his 1951 novel The Puppet Masters, Robert Heinlein wrote about alien parasites the size of dinner plates that took control of the minds of their hosts, flooding their brains with neurochemicals.

Still not sure that parasites can manipulate the behavior of host organisms? Consider these other cases:

The lancet fluke Dicrocoelium dendriticum forces its ant host to attach to the tips of grass blades, the easier to be eaten. The fluke needs to get into the gut of a grazing animal to complete its life cycle.

The fluke Euhaplorchis californiensis causes fish to shimmy and jump so wading birds will grab them and eat them, for the same reason. Hairworms, which live inside grasshoppers, sabotage the grasshopper's central nervous system, forcing them to jump into pools of water, drowning themselves. Hairworms then swim away from their hapless hosts to continue their life cycle. [1]


Could microscopic parasites have the ability to take control of a human being? Scientists are starting to think so.

A third of the world's population may have a parasitic infection that scientists believe to have an impact on human behavior. This toxoplasma gondii parasite has long been considered to be an "asymptomatic" parasite in humans. But lab tests and a new report suggest that it may cause or intensify severe forms of schizophrenia, could have an impact on how human hormones are secreted in the brain, and may cause personality changes.

The CDC estimates that more than 60 million Americans carry the single-celled parasite. Most people get it from infected, undercooked meat or from cats. According to the agency, "of those who are infected, very few have symptoms because a healthy person's immune system usually keeps the parasite from causing illness." But scientists are starting to rethink that theory. [2]


Infection with the common parasite Toxoplasma gondii is associated with mild cognitive impairment in otherwise healthy individuals, new research suggests. Investigators reviewed and conducted a meta-analysis of 13 studies that encompassed more than 13,000 healthy adults and found a modest but significant association between T gondii sero-positivity and impaired performance on cognitive tests of processing speed, working memory, short-term verbal memory, and executive function. The average age of the persons in the studies was close to 50 years.

Findings show that T gondii could have a negative but small effect on cognition. The study was published online July 14 in JAMA Psychiatry. T gondii is an intracellular parasite that produces quiescent infection in approximately 30% of humans worldwide. The parasite that causes the infection not only settles in muscle and liver tissue but also can cross the blood-brain barrier and settle quiescently in brain tissue.

It can be spread through contact with cat feces or by consuming contaminated meat. Previous research has shown that neurocognitive changes associated with toxoplasmosis can occur in humans, and meta-analyses suggest an association with neuropsychiatric disorders. Some research has also tied T gondii infection to increased motor vehicle crashes and suicide attempts. There is a connection between T gondii and schizophrenia.

Some years ago, Mental health consequences of T gondii infection have “several interesting associations,” i.e., people with mental health disorders more often get infections.

Scientific investigators analyzed studies that examined specifically cognitive functioning in otherwise healthy individuals in relation to T gondii infection, “because reverse causation would be less likely in this population and a grasp of global impact would become clearer.” The researchers conducted a literature search of studies conducted through June 7, 2019, that analyzed cognitive function among healthy participants for whom data on T gondii seropositivity were available.

The studies were of “high quality,” and there was “little suggestion of publication bias was detected.” Although the extent of the associations was modest, the ubiquitous prevalence of the quiescent infection worldwide…suggests that the consequences for cognitive function of the population as a whole may be substantial, although it is difficult to quantify the global impact.

“We know the parasite forms cysts in the brain and can influence dopaminergic neuro-transmission, which, in turn, affects neuro-cognition. Alternatively, it is also possible that the immune response to the infection in the brain causes cognitive impairment. This remains an important question to explore further. A big plus is that the researchers assessed several cognitive domains, not just one.

Although the data showed “mild effects,” the findings could be important on a population level. Because 30% of the world’s population are sero-positive for T gondii, and a potentially large number of people are at risk for cognitive impairment.

If you look at the United States, perhaps 10% to 15% of people might test positive [for T gondii], but in Germany and France, the number comes closer to 50%, and in other places in the world — especially countries that struggle economically — the rates are even higher. So, if it can affect cognition, even a small effect is a big deal. [3]

Of course, the scientists are already trying to scramble to get another venom concoction ready to combat this parasite. Is this T gondii parasite yet another lab created disease to instill more fear in the population to race for yet another poke in the arm? Is the T gondii parasite just the ticket these mad scientists are looking for to conjure up some good fear to get folks racing up to their corner drug store? I ask these questions all the time.


Or, you may consider another much better way to stay healthy rather than allowing synthetics to run through your veins. I would love to tell you about the method, but I can’t. But you can do a simple search on Jim Humble, and it will lead you to a world of freedom for your health. You will learn this is a very simple formula, discovered by Jim Humble, who successfully treated thousands of malaria cases in Africa with it.

It kills pathogenic bacteria and viruses, and removes heavy metals. This unmentionable alternative is basically activated chlorine dioxide. Chlorine dioxide is the basic ingredient of Clorox bleach, without all the additives. Instead of succumbing to the fear put upon us for so long, read and study the information you find on Jim Humble and more. This is even very effective against cancer. [4]

[5] Then there is the Papimi device which is a pulsed magnetic field generator. The application of the Papimi pulsed magnetic field is not only limited to treatment / rehabilitation, but it also supports maintenance of health and wellness. In addition, it improves athletic performance, as it has been repeatedly confirmed by scientific research and thousands of users worldwide.

Papimi nano-pulses do not simply treat the symptoms but further affects the deeper source of health problems identified at the cellular level. The unique magnetic nano-pulses, boost the transmembrane potential of the cells by increasing permeability to ions, and therefore improving energy supply to them. This results in the overall restoration and enhancement of the normal operation of the body. [5]

Parasites are generally acquired from consuming contaminated food or water, but people with imbalanced gut flora, leaky gut syndrome or a weakened immune system may be more susceptible. Some can also be spread through the bite of a mosquito or sand fly, or transmitted to humans from animals such as cows and pigs that are infected with parasites like Cryptosporidium or Trichinella.

One potential cause of parasites is eating pork, especially if it’s undercooked or raw. Pork can carry parasites and worms due to the poor conditions that pigs/hogs are typically raised in, so if this type of meat is regularly included in your diet, there’s a chance that you may be susceptible to carrying one.

In reference to the T gondii parasite, if you suspect you may have a parasitic infection, there is a natural way to treat it. It’s called a parasite cleanse. A parasite cleanse involves eating a diet that’s free of foods that can feed parasites (such as sugar and grains) and consuming more of the foods that are anti-parasitic, such antioxidant-rich foods. It’s pretty close to a Paleo diet, which provides you with essential nutrients from things like probiotic foods, herbs, vegetables and more. Supplements can also be helpful for supporting your gastrointestinal and immune systems while you recover on a parasite cleanse.

Here are the top herbal supplements for a your very own parasite cleanse:

Black walnut (250 milligrams 3x daily) — Has been used historically for the treatment of parasites.

Wormwood (200 milligrams 3x daily) — It’s known for its anti-parasitic properties.

Oregano oil (500 milligrams 4x daily) — Oregano oil has both antibacterial and anti-parasitic effects.

Grapefruit seed extract (take as directed) — Has been shown to have antimicrobial properties against a wide range of organisms.

Clove oil (500 milligrams 4x daily or 4 cups of tea) — Contains high amounts of eugenol, a compound that has been shown to help kill harmful organisms.

Probiotics (1 or 2 capsules daily) — These “good guy” bacteria help repopulate the gut with microbes that support digestive health.

In addition to those above, other supplements that may be helpful include: anise, barberry, berberine, mint, and goldthread.

Most experts recommend you do about two weeks of a parasite cleanse, taking the supplements mentioned, then take a week off. After your one-week break, jump back into the plan for two more weeks. The protocol itself is an important part of your treatment, just as much as taking the supplements. Try to adhere to the timing of the plan to get the best results.

Dr. Axe recommends that you limit your fruit intake or eat no fruit whatsoever. So rather than a berry smoothie, drink a coconut smoothie with coconut milk, chia seeds and protein powder.

For lunch, do a big salad, and for dinner, prepare organic meat and double the vegetables, staying completely away from any form of grains or sugar, including fruit.

Another food that can be very healing when fighting harmful organisms in your GI system is pumpkin seeds, as well as pumpkin seed oil. Pumpkin seeds support gastrointestinal health because they contain certain antioxidants and other protective compounds, such as tetracyclic triterpenes and cucurbitins, that can paralyze worms and make it difficult for them to survive in the intestinal walls.

Eat up to one cup of pumpkin seeds a day — for example, by adding some to a smoothie in the morning and another half a cup in the afternoon, or you can make pumpkin seed butter, throwing this into something like a blender along with pumpkin seed oil that most health food stores should carry.

Here are some other top anti-parasite foods:

Garlic and onions – Both of these immune-boosting vegetables have anti-parasitic effects due to their sulfur compounds and antioxidants that can destroy pathogenic organisms.

Herbs – Certain herbs, like oregano and ginger, can have antibacterial and antiparasitic effects because they help increase the production of stomach acid, which can kill parasites and prevent infections.

Pineapple, papaya and their juices – These fruits contain compounds that can help decrease production of pro-inflammatory cytokines that can result in colon inflammation. Their juices can also have anti-parasitic effects. Coconut oil – Coconut oil has antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.

Probiotic-rich foods – Consuming high probiotic foods like kefir, sauerkraut and yogurt can keep parasites in check and improve the health of the gut.

Apple cider vinegar — Helps restore healthy pH balance and can generally improve digestion.

Other fresh vegetables — These are rich sources of protective compounds that help nourish the gut, and they provide fiber, which encourages regular bowel movements.

Here are the foods you want to avoid:

Added sugar – Can feeds harmful organisms in the gut and contribute to inflammation.

Processed foods – Do not support immune health and may be hard to break down.

Alcohol – Does not allow for proper immune system functioning.

Wheat – Many grains, especially those containing gluten, can break down into sugar quickly and cause intestinal inflammation.

Pork – Of course, can potentially be contaminated with parasites. I’m required to tell you that if you that if you think you have an illness, you should consult your local physician. However, I can’t promise I would do that personally given the reports I’ve received lately.

Still, what I’m required to say and what I believe don’t necessarily jive.

Recently, Joe Rogan announced a very simple treatment that healed him from a very controversial sickness. Look that one up too. Most of you listening know exactly what I’m talking about. Sadly, I can’t say. But what I can say, is if we start to take ownership of our bodies, we can rise above the fear and cloud induced diseases imposed on the world today. We DO NOT have to succumb to the games they play.

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