Florida Surgeon General: These Vaccines Are the Antichrists of All Products

Florida Surgeon General: These Vaccines Are the Antichrists of All Products

On Thursday, Florida Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo went on the Steve Bannon War Room Podcast calling the COVID-19 vaccine inoculations – the “Antichrist of all products”

Lapado brought the conversation about vaccines into the religious dimension with his criticism as if it were the mark of the beast.

“I think it probably does have some integration at some levels with the human genome,” Ladapo said, “because these vaccines are honestly—they’re the Antichrist of all products.

Tucker Carlson interviewed the Florida Surgeon General on January 15th about his statements.


So I think it probably does. But I’m not saying it does.

“I’m saying that they themselves have said you should test for it,” he said of the U.S.Food and Drug Administration.

“And that hasn’t happened, and they’ve provided no proof that it’s happened. And that’s so wrong.

You know, it’s just complete disrespect to the human genome and the importance of protecting it and preserving it.

And that is our connection to God.”

Florida Surgeon General Ladapo’s comments come on the heels of the Ron DeSantis appointee who advocated for the discontinuation of mRNA vaccines, citing his belief that they could pose a threat to DNA.

In a statement released January 4th by the Florida Department of Health, Ladapo referred to a Dec. 6 letter to the FDA in which he raised concerns about “nucleic acid contaminants” in the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 mRNA vaccines, and the “unique risks posed by DNA integration.”

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration called Ladapo’s DNA claims “misleading” and “implausible,” saying they have proven to be safe, effective and often life saving.

“The FDA stands firmly behind the safety, effectiveness and manufacturing quality of the approved and authorized COVID-19 vaccines, and respectfully disagrees with the Florida Surgeon General’s opinion.

“It is simply a fact that millions of lives have been saved because of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines, which most Americans undergoing vaccination have received,” said FDA spokesperson Cherie Duvall-Jones.

“The challenge we continue to face is the ongoing proliferation of misinformation and disinformation about these vaccines which results in vaccine hesitancy that lowers vaccine uptake,” the FDA response to Ladapo said.

“Given the dramatic reduction in the risk of death, hospitalization and serious illness afforded by the vaccines, lower vaccine uptake is contributing to the continued death and serious illness toll of COVID-19.”

The Stoned Ape Theory

The Stoned Ape Theory

According to the “Stoned Ape Theory” developed by Terrence McKenna and his brother Dennis McKenna, a community of proto-humans might have consumed the magic mushrooms they found in the wild and eaten them.

After ingesting the psilocybin mushrooms, their brains kicked into overdrive, acquiring new information-processing capabilities, imagination, and a mind-blowing expansion of consciousness. In short, psychedelic mushrooms gave Homo sapiens the mental edge over other hominids and helped them evolve into modern humans.

McKenna was an ethnobotanist, philosopher, psychonaut, researcher and author who devoted his life to studying psychedelics and proposing new ways to view society, spirituality and the human experience. He theorized how psychedelics could have been used by early humans to expand their minds and become more intelligent.

In 1992, Terence McKenna argued in the book, Food of the Gods that what Homo erectus to evolve into Homo sapiens was its encounter with magic mushrooms and psilocybin, the psychedelic compound within them, on that evolutionary journey. He called this the Stoned Ape Hypothesis.

The psychedelic drug opened up an entirely new way of perceiving reality for the early human species. They began to see the world in a way they had never seen it before – and just like that, man became self-conscious.

McKenna said, “Homo sapiens ate our way to a higher consciousness,” and, “It was at this time that religious ritual, calendar making, and natural magic came into their own.”

As humans evolved, the domestication of wild cattle led to time spent around cattle droppings, and because psilocybin mushrooms commonly grow in cow dung, “the human-mushroom interspecies codependency was enhanced and deepened,” McKenna explained.

In his book ‘The Invisible Landscape: Mind, Hallucinogens, and the I Ching’ Terrence McKenna writes:

“I propose that the key to Homo sapiens’ leap from primitive protohumanity to full humanity was a mutation in the control of psilocybin biosynthesis. It is now clear from molecular phylogenetic studies that psilocybin mushrooms are widely distributed in nature.

They appear to be common among the tropical and subtropical fungi growing on dung. It is impossible not to suspect that their presence so close to the lives of cattle and other grazing herbivores is not accidental.” McKenna had written.

No one can say for certain whether or not this theory is true. However, some researchers believe that psychedelics played an important role in human evolution because they allowed our ancestors to think outside the box.

Fungi pioneer, Paul Stamets had substantiated McKenna’s theory at Psychedelic Science 2017 in his presentation, “Psilocybin Mushrooms and the Mycology of Consciousness.” Stamets also claims that consciousness, language, creativity, and imagination all were spurred by exposure to psychedelic mushrooms.

In his talk, Stamets said;

“What is really important for you to understand,” he said, “is that there was a sudden doubling of the human brain 200,000 years ago. From an evolutionary point of view, that’s an extraordinary expansion. And there is no explanation for this sudden increase in the human brain.”

Paul Stamets is a mycologist, author and advocate of bioremediation and medicinal fungi. He is a major proponent of the idea that mushrooms are ‘the earth’s natural internet’, and was awarded the National Geographic Adventurer of the Year award in 2008 for his discoveries of new species of psilocybin mushrooms.

The Stoned Ape Theory has never been tested or proven, but it has inspired several researchers to study the effects of psychedelics on cognitive abilities. In recent years, studies using MDMA, LSD and psilocybin have found evidence to suggest that these drugs can be effective treatments for depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

While I don’t see myself as a mushroom guru or evangelist, I am passionate about educating others about the healing powers of mushrooms. As someone who has suffered from anxiety and depression for many years, I understand the importance of finding alternative ways to manage mental health symptoms.

My experiences with psilocybin mushrooms have inspired me to further research their benefits.

We know that brain development in primates is influenced by environmental factors like diet. We know that psilocybin is one of the most well-studied drugs for its potential therapeutic benefits, having shown promise in the treatment of depression, anxiety, cluster headaches, migraines, addiction disorders, anorexia nervosa, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and more.

We know that psilocybin — the psychoactive chemical in magic mushrooms — causes brain activity to shift from the default mode network (associated with ego and self-centered thought) to the salience network (associated with sensory perception). This allows for a mind-expanding experience where you are more attuned to your senses, lose your sense of time, and find new connections between seemingly unrelated topics.

In a 2003 study at Johns Hopkins, students were given psilocybin and observed while they entered into a trance. The results were astonishing; the students reported having a transcendental experience with mystical/spiritual overtones.

In the study, “psilocybin dose-dependently caused a shift from normal waking consciousness to a broad range of subjective effects including visions, mood elevation, psychological insight, and mystical experience.”

The study also noted that “the volunteers’ ratings of their experiences the day after the session included descriptions of deeply felt positive moods, psychospiritual experiences of emotional significance and reported benefits to well-being or life satisfaction.”

In October 2018, Johns Hopkins University opened The Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research — the first research center of its kind in the United States since 1970s when psychedelic research was criminalized by the Controlled Substances Act. The center’s director Roland Griffiths, has noted “the potential for benefit that psychedelics have for addressing some of the most important public health issues we face.”

A team led by Robin Carhart-Harris at Imperial College London has published new data on how psilocybin affects the brain. The results of their study suggest that psilocybin may just be the trigger that initiated human evolution and consciousness.

The team scanned the brains of 20 healthy volunteers while they were under the influence of psilocybin in an fMRI machine. They found that the drug reduced blood flow in areas associated with higher cognitive functions, such as self-consciousness and identity, as well as ego-orientation.

They also found that the drug reduced connectivity between two key areas of the brain: the default mode network (DMN) and the hippocampus.

The DMN is thought to be responsible for processing information about self-consciousness, while the hippocampus is involved with memory and learning.

The stoned ape theory is just an idea brought to light by Terrence McKennna, who had researched extensively on the topic, and had some statistics and theories to back his statements up. After decades of research since his death by some of the world’s foremost experts, it appears that the scientific studies are validating his claims.

Perhaps in the near future, Terrence Mckenna will be proven right.

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The Secret Science of Humans Created from Clay (Dust)

The Secret Science of Humans Created from Clay (Dust)

We humans have been shaped through our DNA, life, and death that came from the dust and where we will all return. Unbroken chains of ancient DNA that the records of our lost history that can be found in the dust into eternal life.

This secret science of humans created from dust, mud, clay has been written about and encoded into the history of many nations by many of the world’s greatest philosophers, historians, and scientists. From Ancient Egypt to the Phoenicians, Greece, China, and to the Abrahamic Scriptures of the Christians and Arabs, all claim from their earliest of histories that man was made or molded from the earth (dust, dirt, clay, or mud).

To many people who read these creation stories, they appear to be fiction told in the form of a myth. Impossible claims of our human origins that could never be true. But with the advent of modern science and some of the discoveries made in the last five decades, we are learning that these stories told for thousands of years are most likely true.

Even today, hardcore atheists and scientists like Richard Dawkins have suggested human beings were born when mud led to the creation of the famous DNA double helix and life itself. He had written that mud n the form of clay, may have learned to replicate, and eventually the process led to the creation of the famous DNA double helix and life itself.

This statement is coming from a man who built much of his career by criticizing God, religion, and believers who to him, qualify as a delusion, which he defined in his 2006 book, The God Delusion. In fact, he considers faith or belief that is not based on evidence—as “one of the world’s great evils”.

But regardless of Dawkins’ criticisms and his disbelief of religion are the facts that some of the great stories found in the Abrahamic religions are starting to be inadvertently verified by modern science as true. So much so they may cause the worlds’ most outspoken and famous atheist to be forced to do an about-face and recognize the truths found in the Scriptures to become not just a believer, but a knower.

As I explained in my previous article, The History of Humans Created From Mud and Clay, one of the earliest writers to detail this science of what is called Môt was the Phoenician historian and a priest of Byblos (City of the Book/Bible), Sanchuniathon (Phoenician: 𐤎𐤊𐤍𐤉𐤕𐤍), whose works were later translated by Philo of Byblos into Greek. Sanchuniathon refers to a great wind which merged with its parents, and that connection was called ‘Desire’ (πόθος). From its connection, Môt or Mud was produced from the fermentation (putrefaction) of a watery mixture, and out of this came every germ of creation and the generation of the universe including animals and humans.

From the teachings of Môt or Mud by Sanchuniathon, and the various histories from almost all cultures of the world telling a very similar story, we have various philosophers, scientists, and authors who have speculated and commented on this subject. The original belief was that various insects and animals could be spontaneously generated from putrified (fungal colonized/rotting/decayed) matter.

Writing in the 17th century, theologian and historian, Alexander Ross, had said;

“[May one] doubt whether, in cheese and timber, worms are generated, or, if beetles and wasps, in cow’s dung, or if butterflies, locusts, shellfish, snails, eels, and suchlike be procreated of putrefied matter, which is apt to receive the form of that creature to which it is by the formative power disposed. To question this is to question reason, sense, and experience. If he doubts of this, let him go to Egypt, and there he will find the fields swarming with mice begot of the mud of the Nylus [Nile], to the great calamity of the inhabitants.” (Alexander Ross, Arcana Microcosmi, 1652.)

Charles Darwin stated in The Origin of Species that “all the organic beings which have ever lived on this Earth may be descended from some primordial form”. In 1837, Darwin was convinced that “the intimate relation of Life with laws of chemical combination, and the universality of latter render spontaneous generation not improbable” but he rejected the idea that putrefaction of preexisting organic compounds could lead to the appearance of organisms.  As he wrote in 1839 in his Fourth Notebook, “My theory leaves quite untouched the question of spontaneous generation.”

 The German geologist Heinrich George Bronn, who translated Darwin’s The Origin of Species, in , added another chapter of his own to the book discussing spontaneous generation in the context of Darwin’s theory. Shortly thereafter, Bronn published an essay arguing that Darwin’s theory was incomplete until it could account for the origin of life, in which he provided the research of Priestley, Pouchet, and others who have provided evidence of spontaneous generation.

The famous British biologist, Thomas Henry Huxley, also known as “Darwin’s Bulldog” for his advocacy of Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution asserted that life could be generated from inorganic chemicals in his book Protoplasm: The Physical Basis of Life (1869). The British physicist John Tyndall in his “Belfast Address” of 1874 also stated that life could be generated from inorganic chemicals.

What is fascinating as it relates to our modern era is that science has already validated Sanchuniathon’s theory that all life came from the fermentation (putrefaction) of a watery mixture or what we simply call “molds or fungi.” For example, in 2003, researchers at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Massachusetts General Hospital showed that clay helps RNA form. Harvard Medical School Professor of Genetics Jack Szostak said, “It’s exciting because we know that a particular clay mineral helps with the assembly of RNA.”

Today, all living organisms store and transmit hereditary information using both DNA and RNA composed of four kinds of subunits known as nucleotides that determine the sequence of amino acids in proteins, which is the central mechanism in all of biology. (The Origin of the Universe, Earth, and Life)

Experiments conducted under conditions intended to resemble those present on primitive Earth have resulted in the production of some of the chemical components of proteins, DNA, and RNA. Some of these molecules also have been detected in meteorites from outer space and in interstellar space by astronomers using radio-telescopes. Scientists have concluded that the “building blocks of life” could have been available early in Earth’s history.

A 2013 study found that clay (dried mud) might have been the birthplace of life on Earth. Researchers from the Kavli Institute at Cornell for Nanoscale Science discovered that clay forms a hydrogel — a mass of microscopic spaces capable of soaking up liquids like a sponge. Over billions of years, chemicals confined in those spaces could have carried out the complex reactions that formed proteins, DNA, and eventually all the machinery that makes a living cell work, which protected those chemical processes until the membrane that surrounds living cells developed.

The researchers told the journal Scientific Reports that clay acts as a breeding laboratory for tiny molecules and chemicals which it ‘absorbs like a sponge’ and over billions of years the chemicals react with each other to form proteins, DNA and, eventually, living cells.

It is important to understand that it is not the actual particles of dirt or dust that mix with water to become clay that forms all life, but it is most likely the microbes that make up the earth’s soils that create life forms. Dust doesn’t absorb nutrients and or DNA. It is the microrganisms within and that make the dust that are able to absorb all matter aropund them.

This why researchers have discovered that it was most likely fungi that first colonized the surface of the earth leading to the beginnings of a soil system that still functions today. Fungi were some of the first complex life forms on land, mining rocks for mineral nourishment, slowly turning them into what would become soil. Fungi probably colonized the land during the Cambrian, over 500 million years ago, (Taylor & Osborn, 1996).

According to an article published on CBC.ca, “Fungi Are Responsible For Life On Land As We Know It.

“Fungi are absolutely remarkable chemists,” says McMaster University biochemistry professor Gerry Wright.  Fungi produce molecules that humans still can’t reproduce in a lab, and we’re only beginning to scrape the surface of what we can learn from them.

“[Fungi] are the garbage disposal agents of the natural world,” according to Cardiff University biosciences professor Lynne Boddy. “They break down dead, organic matter and by doing that they release nutrients and those nutrients are then made available for plants to carry on growing.”

“It’s how everything is reborn,” says Dunn. “So that this entire web of life is connected and it’s connected through the fungi.”

In short, fungi eat death, and in doing so, create new life.

Fungi hyphae form mycelium that connects trees and plants in an underground fungal highway — called the wood-wide web — transporting nutrients and sending danger signals.”

A 2006 paper published online by the journal Science said, “The evolutionary innovation and expansion of land biota could permanently increase [chemical] weathering intensity and [clay] formation, establishing a new level of organic carbon burial and oxygen accumulation.”

In 2009, a study published by The New Scientist suggested that the building blocks of DNA can form spontaneously from chemicals thought to be present on the primordial Earth and that DNA could have predated the birth of life. The researchers at by the University College London generated RNA using chemicals that probably existed on the early Earth showing that RNA may have formed spontaneously – powerful support for the idea that life began in an “RNA world”.

The New Scientist had stated; “Conventional wisdom is that RNA-based life eventually switched to DNA because DNA is better at storing information. In other words, RNA organisms made the first DNA.

If that is true, how did life make the switch? Modern organisms can convert RNA nucleotides into DNA nucleotides, but only using special enzymes that are costly to produce in terms of energy and materials. “You have to know that DNA does something good for you before you invent something like that,” Switzer says.

He says the story makes more sense if DNA nucleotides were naturally present in the environment. Organisms could have taken up and used them, later developing the tools to make their own DNA once it became clear how advantageous the molecule was – and once natural supplies began to run low.

“Organisms could have used naturally occurring DNA, then developed the tools to make their own”

Early organisms must have scavenged for materials in this way, says Matthew Levy of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City. “The early Earth was probably a bloody mess,” he says, with all manner of rich pickings on offer.

More recently, researchers analyzing samples from muddy sites in the western United States discovered that novel DNA structures appear to scavenge and ‘assimilate’ genes from microorganisms in their environment. These extra-long DNA strands, which the scientists named in honor of the fictional Star Trek ‘Borg’ aliens who assimilate the knowledge and technology of other species.

Jill Banfield, a geomicrobiologist at the University of California, Berkeley, had said, “We started off with a piece of mud and 10 trillion pieces of DNA”.

According to Cal State Berkley, “One sample, taken from the mud on her property, contained a gene-filled stretch of DNA almost 1 million bases long—and more than half the genes were novel. This linear stretch of DNA also had a particular pattern of bases at its beginning and end, distinct stretches of repetitive DNA between its genes, and two places along the sequence where DNA duplication could begin—which indicated the Borg could make copies of itself. Together, this suggested it was not just a random concoction of genes.”

Borgs are DNA structures “not like any that’s been seen before”, says Brett Baker, a microbiologist at the University of Texas at Austin. Other scientists agree that the find is exciting, but have questioned whether Borgs really are unique, noting similarities between them and other large ECEs.

I recently reported on a new study that found bits of genetic code (DNA) in tiny particles of dust that are the building blocks for all vertebrates, including humans. The researchers found that these bits of genetic code have been scrambled and placed on larger chromosomes discovering that these tiny ‘specks of dust’ are actually important building blocks for all vertebrates.

Last but not least, within the dust found in our modern homes is human skin and DNA. In fact, it is one of the main components of all household dust.

A 2008 study found that environmental samples from indoor surfaces of dust are composed largely of human skin cells and have been documented to contain roughly tens of micrograms of total DNA per gram of dust. The researchers found that human DNA was detected in 97% of 36 dust samples.

Humans shed dead skin cells in the millions every day. These decaying flakes of skin land all around you where you live in your home or work that are then fed upon by the various microscopic organisms such as fungi and dust mites whose job is to eat decaying matter.

A newly discarded skin scale is ‘the perfect food for fungi and dust mites who thrive on decomposing organic matter.

Scientists believe that fungi may either constitute a food supplement for mites or may have an indirect effect by decomposing human dander, thus making it more accessible for dust mites. There is a mutual relationship between fungi and HDMs.

Here is an image of fungal hyphae Fungal emerging from house dust mite poop/droppings.

With the above scientific evidence and the history told by almost all cultures around the world of humans being created and molded by the dust, it is difficult to maintain that we are the product of some chemical reaction. Our DNA and the science of all life on earth tell us otherwise.

We are part of the dust.

To put it more accurately, we are the offspring of the organisms within the dust.

Both creators and destroyers who are internally, externally, and eternally connected to the earth’s biosphere molding ourselves and the world around us.

The words are taken from Genesis 3:19, where God told “the man” that he is going to toil, struggle, and sweat trying to get food from the ground. Then he’ll return to the ground, for that’s where he was taken from to begin with—you are dust, and to dust you will return. It seems this message was understood to apply to all of us. As the great Psalmist says,

“As a father has compassion for his children, so the Lord has compassion for those who fear him. For he knows how we were made; he remembers that we are dust. As for mortals, their days are like grass; they flourish like a flower of the field; For the wind passes over it, and it is gone, and its place knows it no more.” (Psalm 103:13-16)

John Hopkins Beast: An Automaton Similar to Bacteria/Fungi

John Hopkins Beast: An Automaton Similar to Bacteria/Fungi

In the 1960s, the Applied Physics Laboratory at Johns Hopkins University built an automaton powered by germanium transistors they had named the “Johns Hopkins Beast.”

The machine was intelligent and the ability to move, consume energy and survive on its own.

The “Beast” wandered the white hallways of Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab seeking the black wall outlets with special photocell optics, and plug itself. After feeding upon its life force electricity, it would resume patrolling the hallways.

The Beast is controlled by dozens of transistors cybernetic whose coordinated actions have been compared to the bacteria hunting behaviors of large nucleated cells like paramecia, amoebae, or what I contend a demonic type intelligent fungi.

Most transistors are made from very pure silicon, and some from germanium, but certain other semiconductor materials are sometimes used. The first semiconductor electronics was based entirely on germanium.

Fungi and their fruiting bodies known as mushrooms contain organic germanium and the earth’s crust, which the electronics industry uses as a semiconductor in transistors and various other electronic devices. Germanium is mainly used for fiber-optic systems, infrared optics like infrared night vision systems and in thermal imaging cameras, solar cell applications, and light-emitting diodes (LEDs). The world’s first transistor computer was built at the University of Manchester in November 1953 by Richard Grimsdale and today they are making faster computers with germanium instead of traditional silicon. (Wikipedia)

JOHNS HOPKINS APL TECHNICAL DIGEST, VOLUME 24, NUMBER 1 (2003) p59

“APL has had a distinguished history in decision support and situational awareness. For example, during the 1950s and 1960s, the Laboratory was critically engaged in the development of weapon control systems and the Navy Tactical Data System (NTDS), and performed the first experiments on commanders’ use of automated decision support systems.

Researchers also began exploring mobile automata, developing two robots affectionately known as Ferdinand and the Hopkins Beast.

Ferdinand and the Beast demonstrated primitive situational awareness as they roamed the halls of APL, avoiding obstacles, stairs, and open doorways, and accurately locating and attaching to electrical outlets to recharge their batteries. Significantly, these devices presaged ideas becoming popular today. For example, a feature of the Army’s Future Combat Systems program is the planned use of small robotic devices that will roam the battlefield to collect information and support combat operations.”

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Meth Demons: How methamphetamine addicts develop parasitic fungal infections

Meth Demons: How methamphetamine addicts develop parasitic fungal infections

This article details the science of how Methamphetamine (METH) addiction has been proven to cause serious fungal infections in users. These fungal infections that addicts develop that I contend are the main reason they engage in socially and morally unacceptable behavior and develop mental illness, which culminates into suicidal tendencies and nihilistic world views.

Often, just in a few short years, they go from looking like normal people to what we can call a demon-like appearance and behaviors. Hence, it makes them Meth Demons who seem to be hell-bent on destroying themselves and everyone around them.

My theory is that it is not just the METH that makes addicts crazy, but it is the fungi/molds that grow within their lungs and gastrointestinal tracts, which has been proven to be our second brain. Various studies have shown how quickly this weakens their immune system from ingesting a drug containing things like battery acid, fuels, antifreeze, and cold medicines combined with horrible eating habits, a severe deficiency of vitamins, a lack of sun, and a lack of sleep.

When you combine all these toxic ingredients with terrible health habits into a daily routine, studies show that METH addicts quickly develop serious fungal infections, and I believe it is these organisms that have turned parasitic within addicts that are manipulating them and controlling their actions via this second brain.

Please think about this.

In my experience, these addicts are humans. Many are good people who may be our sons and daughters who have ignorantly partaken in a deadly drug that can cause a severe medical condition that can destroy their health and steal their personalities and ultimately ruin their lives.

Who would tolerate and still use a drug like METH that destroys how we look, our relationships, how we think, feel, and act and eventually lead to our death?

Are the people who use these drugs still “in control of their bodies and minds” or is their drug use resulting in a “pathogen” that is hell-bent on mind-controlling their victims?

Just like they have done to other animals and insects throughout the world as I describe in my articles, “Lord of the Flies: Fungi controls fly’s mind as it preys and infects other flies,” and “Parasitic mold that controls cicadas mind and forces them to infect other insects.

Before I began sharing my research, I would like you to think about some questions that I believe will give you context to my theory as you read further;

* Did you know that chronic METH use severely increases the chances of a systemic fungal infection in the lungs and brains of users?

* Did you know that both METH and molds/fungi cause biochemical, behavioral, and physiological abnormalities and psychosis?

* Did you know that both METH and molds/fungi can lead to long-term deterioration of attention, memory, and judgment?

* Did you know that both METH addicts and molds/fungi love sugar?

HOW METHAMPHETAMINE USE CAUSES SYSTEMIC FUNGAL INFECTIONS

In the United States of America, Methamphetamine (METH) addiction is one of the worst threats to our society because it adversely changes people’s behavior, making them more prone to crime and carriers of and transporters of various infectious diseases. One of these diseases that METH addicts are highly susceptible to developing and influencing their pathogenic behavior that I would like to bring to your attention is a systemic fungal infection.

It is essential to understand that METH use destroys your immune system and make addicts much more susceptible to infection. Several studies have been done over the last decade, showing the severe impact of methamphetamine on infection and immunity. A 2015 study had shown that as a result of drug use, our bodies create chemical defenses, which increases the pro-inflammatory responses, and the induction of oxidative stress pathways.

This causes significant neurotoxicities to arise, increasing the risk for acquiring transmissible microbes and other opportunistic infections such as systemic fungal infections; this research has been documented worldwide (Plankey et al., 2007; Volkow et al., 2007; Ye et al., 2008; Sutcliffe et al., 2009; Parry et al., 2011; Borders et al., 2013; Eugenin et al., 2013; Heninger and Collins, 2013; Khan et al., 2013; Stahlman et al., 2013; Liao et al., 2014).

According to the researchers in the study;

METH abrogates normal macrophage function, resulting in accelerated disease in murine histoplasmosis (Martinez et al., 2009). METH decreases phagocytosis and killing of H. capsulatum by primary macrophages. METH exposed H. capsulatum-infected mice have increased fungal burdens, increased pulmonary inflammation, and reduced survival.

METH exposure results in cytokine dysregulation, aberrant processing of yeasts within macrophages, and immobilization of MAC-1 receptors on the macrophage surface. Additionally, METH inhibits T cell proliferation and alters antibody production, both important components of adaptive immunity. Hence, it is established that METH alters the immune system of a mammalian host, resulting in enhanced disease (Martinez et al., 2009). (1)

It has been proven by science through various studies that METH has diverse effects on a person’s immunity, and it also stimulates fungal adhesion and biofilm formation in the lungs, which causes dissemination of the fungus from the respiratory tract into the brain. Meaning it provides the perfect environment in your body for molds/fungi to grow, reproduce, and become permanent residents in our lungs and brain.

This is when I believe the fungi become pathogenic and can seriously manipulate an addict’s mind to do its bidding like they have been proven to do in other insects.

It turns humans into walking and talking fungal parasites – AKA Demons!

To document these transformations in their appearance and in hopes to scare other people from using this demon drug, the Faces of Meth campaign was launched in 2004. Their goal was to show before and after pictures of users side by side, which proves the devastation that meth use causes to addicts – sometimes over the course of a few months.

According to a study done in 2013, researchers discovered that METH use has profound implications on tissue homeostasis and the host’s capacity to respond to invading pathogens such as Cryptococcus neoformans (C. neoformans). (2) Meaning, that people who use METH are weakened to the point that they do not have a healthy immune system which allows pathogens such as the microorganism known as fungi or molds in English that causes, or can cause, disease and damage in its host.

The researchers call this an “enhanced fungal invasion.”

According to the lead researcher, Luis Martinez of Long Island University-Post, in Brookville, New York and of Albert Einstein College of Medicine in The Bronx;

Martinez says this greater ability to cause disease in the lung may be due in part to simple electrical attraction.

Their analysis shows that METH imparts a greater negative charge on the surface of the fungal cells, possibly lending them a greater attraction to the surface of the lung and an enhanced ability to form a biofilm that can protect its members from attack by the immune system. The fungus also releases more of its capsular polysaccharide in METH-treated mice, which can help the organism colonize and persist in the lung.

He commented, “When the organism senses the drug, it basically modifies the polysaccharide in the capsule. This might be an explanation for the pathogenicity of the organism in the presence of the drug, but it also tells you how the organism senses the environment and that it will modify the way that it causes disease.”

But the fungus doesn’t stop in the lungs. “The drug stimulates colonization and biofilm formation in the lungs of these animals,” says Martinez. “And this will follow to dissemination to the central nervous system by the fungus,” Martinez says.

The conclusion of the study stated;

“METH promotes C. neoformans colonization of the lungs upon infection and subsequent biofilm formation. Our findings suggest that C. neoformans biofilms may act as a fungal reservoir, shielding single cells from phagocytic cells, which can later disseminate, especially to the CNS. Moreover, the drug causes profound defects in the integrity of the Blood-Brain-Barrier BBB in vivo, increasing permeability, and facilitating the transmigration of C. neoformans to the CNS.

METH-induced alterations to the molecules responsible for maintaining the integrity of the BBB provide an explanation for the susceptibility of a METH abuser to brain infection by HIV and other pathogens. Broadly, METH has diverse and pronounced detrimental effects on host immunity that can also enhance pathogen persistence and proliferation.”

I would like to point out that METH is a drug that acts upon the central nervous system and chronic meth abuse causes detrimental effects on host immunity, which can lead to the fungi/molds proliferating the lungs and the blood brain barrier through the central nervous system.

It is akin to the fungi taking a bullet train to your brain via the central nervous system.

In some people, the parasite-host manipulation from the GI Tract can start happening immediately or within days/weeks causing them to develop psychosis or go insane i.e.: parasite-controlled humans.

METH also causes the massive release of the neurotransmitters like dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin, and blocks their reuptake, leading to long-term deterioration of attention, memory, and judgment. (Downes and Whyte, 2005; Collins et al., 2014). That may be one reason why users make such poor choices repeatedly because they have forgotten how to be human, and the moral codes that govern our societies are swapped by the moral codes of the fungal parasite, of which there seem to be none.

Hence, you will know them by their fruits or, more appropriately, their moldy and decaying fruits.

Along with neuropsychiatric deficits, methamphetamine abusers suffer from mental illnesses such as anxiety, depression, and psychosis being the most commonly reported.

Now, let me turn your attention to the fact that the toxins produced by some fungi/molds are neurotoxins that are poisonous or destructive to brain and nerve tissue, which causes a condition known as neurotoxicity. The term neurotoxicity refers to damage to the brain or peripheral nervous system caused by exposure to toxins and myconeurotoxicity when a person is exposed to mold toxins, which I believe is exactly happening.

When mold mycotoxins cause neurotoxicity, it is called myconeurotoxicity, which refers to any adverse effects of exposure to mycotoxins or byproducts of primary and secondary mold metabolism, including volatile organic compounds (VOCs) on the structural or functional integrity of the developing or adult nervous system. Neuromycotoxic effects may involve a spectrum of biochemical, morphological, behavioral, and physiological abnormalities whose onset can vary from immediate to delayed actions, following exposure to mycotoxins. The duration of effects may be transient or persistent and result in disability in some individuals, while some may have life-threatening consequences. (3)

A November 2015 study of mice titled “Mold inhalation, brain inflammation, and behavioral dysfunction” was developed by researchers to show a mouse model to determine how mold exposure can lead to neurobehavioral dysfunction. The researchers had formed a hypothesis that mold inhalation, like a bacterial infection, activates an innate immune response triggering microglial activation with resultant behavioral dysfunction.

Here is an excerpt from the study:

“Deficits in contextual memory were correlated with numbers of amoeboid microglia and microglial size in the dorsomedial dentate gyrus. Spore inhalation increased the numbers of cells in the hippocampus expressing the proinflammatory cytokine interleukin-1beta (IL-1beta). Increased numbers of cells expressing IL-1beta in hippocampal CA1 were positively correlated with spatial memory deficits and increased fear.

Mold exposure also affected two of the three stages of neurogenesis. Inhalation of EX spores decreased numbers of immature new neurons in the dorsomedial hippocampus expressing doublecortin, while IN treatment decreased numbers of adult-born BrdU-labeled neurons that matured and expressed NeuN. Our data suggest that respiratory exposure to any mold, not just the particularly toxic ones like Stachybotrys, may be capable of causing brain inflammation, cognitive deficits, and emotional problems.” (4)

Immune system disorders and abnormal natural killer cell (NKC) activity was found in patients with chronic toxigenic mold exposure in a 2003 study. The major symptoms reported were headache, general debilitating pains, nose bleeding, fevers with body temperatures up to 40 degrees C (104 degrees F), cough, memory loss, depression, mood swings, sleep disturbances, anxiety, chronic fatigue, vertigo/dizziness, and in some cases, seizures.

The researchers found that the patient’s sleep could be disturbed by mycotoxins and exerted some rigorous effects on the circadian rhythmic processes resulting in sleep deprivation. Depression, psychological stress, tissue injuries, malignancies, carcinogenesis, chronic fatigue syndrome, and experimental allergic encephalomyelitis could be induced at very low physiological concentrations by mycotoxin-induced NKC activity.

The researchers concluded that chronic exposures to toxigenic mold could lead to abnormal NKC activity with a wide range of neurological consequences, some of which were headache, general debilitating pains, fever, cough, memory loss, depression, mood swings, sleep disturbances, anxiety, chronic fatigue, and seizures.

This research correlates with other studies that have focused on mold exposure, brain changes, and neuropsychological problems such as mild traumatic brain injury, dysregulation of emotions, decreased cognitive functioning, short-term memory loss, executive function/judgment, concentration, and hand/eye coordination.

It is important that you understand my theory that it is not the methamphetamine that is causing the mental illness and psychosis, but that it weakens the users’ immune system, leading to a systemic fungal infection, additional infections. For example, it is not just the fungus, Cryptococcus neoformans (C. neoformans) that people need to worry about but other fungi can cause infection, illness, disease, and death in addicts.

METH CAUSES CANDIDA INFECTIONS AND CANDIDA INFECTION CAUSE MENTAL ILLNESS, ITCHING SYSTEMS, AND MEMORY LOSS

Candidemia, a bloodstream infection caused by Candida species and is prevalent amongst IV Drug users of METH. Candidemia is typically considered a health care-associated infection, but injection drug use (IDU) has emerged as an increasingly common condition related to candidemia. Among 203 candidemia cases in the Denver metropolitan area during May 2017–September 2018, 11% of the cases were IV drug users and of which 73% reported using METH, according to research published by the CDC. (5)

Studies have shown that METH facilitates intracellular replication and inhibits intracellular killing of Candida albicans and Cryptococcus neoformans. (6)

Candida is a yeast-like fungus naturally found in small amounts in human digestive tracts, but drugs enhance its overgrowth like METH with its chronic use, poor diet, excess sugar intake, and lack of sleep. Users often report itching sensations and scratch their skin, creating sores sometimes all over their bodies and faces. Users have even made claims of bugs, worms, and or flies crawling underneath their skin.

What is interesting is that Candida infections cause burning, itching symptoms, thrush (rashes in the throat or mouth), and sexually transmittable genital yeast infections in men and women.

Candida infections are linked to mental illness and are more common among those with memory loss.

The same mental issues that chronic Meth users suffer from.

For example, in a 2016 study published in Science Daily, both men and women with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder who tested positive for Candida performed worse on a standard memory test than people with the same disorders who had no evidence of past infection. According to the lead researcher, Emily Severance, Ph.D., assistant professor of pediatrics and member of the Stanley Division of Developmental Neurovirology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine;

“Although we cannot demonstrate a direct link between Candida infection and physiological brain processes, our data show that some factor associated with Candida infection, and possibly the organism itself, plays a role in affecting the memory of women with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, and this is an avenue that needs to be further explored,” says Severance.

“Because Candida is a natural component of the human body microbiome, yeast overgrowth or infection in the digestive tract, for example, may disrupt the gut-brain axis.

This disruption, in conjunction with an abnormally functioning immune system, could collectively disturb those brain processes that are important for memory.

“However, most Candida infections can be treated in their early stages, and clinicians should make it a point to look out for these infections in their patients with mental illness.” She adds that Candida infections can also be prevented by decreased sugar intake and other dietary modifications, avoidance of unnecessary antibiotics, and improvement of hygiene. (7)

SOURCES:

1. Impact of methamphetamine on infection and immunity

2. Methamphetamine Enhances Cryptococcus neoformans Pulmonary Infection and Dissemination to the Brain 

3. The validity of the environmental neurotoxic effects of toxigenic molds and mycotoxins

4. Mold inhalation, brain inflammation, and behavioral dysfunction

5. Candida Bloodstream Infections Among Persons Who Inject Drugs — Denver Metropolitan Area, Colorado, 2017–2018 – 

6. Methamphetamine Inhibits Antigen Processing, Presentation, and Phagocytosis

7. Yeast infection linked to mental illness 

 

Liber Leuitas Animi: The Stimuli of Politickal Ideologies

Liber Leuitas Animi: The Stimuli of Politickal Ideologies

Much of my work over the last few years has focused on the hidden forces within the human body and from without in which we act as Food for the Moon by these organisms that seek to control, shape, legislate, and if needed be, destroy our modern reality.

As part of my studies into the history of the various political ideologies that have helped “mold our modern era” such as the idea of liberalism in Modernity, I came across some fascinating history connecting the current liberal movement to a much more older form of governing the people that can be found in the Ancient Roman Empire.

You see, in Old Rome, the liberals were the plebians who today are called citizens in the West and would-be followers and worshipers of the god Liber who was a god of viticulture and wine, fertility and freedom. Aspects of the cult were considered very un-Roman and asserted plebeian rights to ecstatic release, self-expression, free speech, and a focus for civil disobedience.

The cult was described to have spread “like a plague” amongst the lower classes, morally weak, effeminate males and anyone who may have leuitas animi (fickle or uneducated minds) but even Rome’s elite were not immune.

Today, among many liberals, we see many of the exact same traits and concepts as if they are taking notes from the old days of Rome. Yes, even our so-called elite in the U.S. like in Hollywood and Washington seem to be internally infected, filamentary connected and unphilosophically driven.

To be honest, it feels like we are now in a global Roman replay on steroids where the lead actors upon the fringe are infecting the entire Culture of the decaying Western world.

My children, your children, and everyone’s children are at stake here to this global Liber virus of leuitas animi.

What is interesting to those people who have an interest in the history, science, and psychology that drives political beliefs whose thought-forms appear to travel into the morphic fields of our nations’ party-centric ideologies is that researchers are starting to discover that there are “psychophysiological stimuli affecting these very political ideologies.”

A recent study claimed that “conservatives react with higher levels of electrodermal activity to threatening stimuli than liberals.”

Meaning, for example, a conservative is more alert and sensitive to parasitism which would make them react and or defend against parasitic attacks.

In the study, the researchers “assessed reliably, electrodermal activity in the replications and published studies captures individual differences in the physiological changes associated with attention shifts, which are unrelated to ideology.

In contrast to psychophysiological reactions, self-reported emotional reactions to threatening stimuli are reliably associated with ideology.

Here is a summary of the study and a copy of the PDF below.

The Psychophysiology of Political Ideology: Replications, Reanalysis and Recommendations

Going back to the 1950s, studies in both political science and political psychology have proposed that individual differences in political ideology do not just reflect differences in narrow political considerations but, rather, express broader sets of individual differences pertaining to personality, basic values or broader social outlooks (Hibbing et al., 2014; Jost, 2006).

In particular, a common argument has been that a conservative political ideology is likely to be endorsed by individuals motivated to reduce threats in their daily lives. In this view, so-called “threat-sensitive” individuals find the order inherent in a conservative ideology attractive.

A large range of studies support this basic assertion using diverse methods, including assessing differences between liberals and conservatives in self-reported need to reduce insecurity (e.g., Jost et al., 2009), observing the living spaces of liberals and conservatives (e.g., Carney et al., 2008), assessing personality differences between liberals and conservatives (e.g., Gerber et al., 2010) and investigating the impact of threatening events (e.g., terrorist attacks) on public endorsement of conservative policies (e.g., Merolla & Zechmeister, 2009).

While psychologists have turned towards neuroscience in understanding the biological underpinnings of political ideology, political scientists have turned towards techniques from psychophysiology. Whereas measures obtained via neuroscience methods are expensive and require extensive training, psychophysiological studies are far less costly to conduct (Soroka, 2019).

In particular, this work has focused on the measure of skin conductance or electrodermal activity (EDA), an index of sympathetic nervous system arousal obtained by measuring microscopic changes in sweat production via electrodes on the fingertips (Figner & Murphy, 2011). The seminal finding was established by Oxley et al. (2008) who found that conservatives responded with higher EDA than liberals when viewing images of diverse threats such as spiders, maggots and guns.

Since then, a number of follow-up articles have been published, all using psychophysiology to shed light on the psychological underpinnings of political ideology (Dodd et al., 2012; Knoll et al., 2015; Smith et al. 2011).

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