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    Ebola Decoded

    This is posted for widespread edification. FYI, it is known in certain informed circles (though not likely in the mainstream medical field) that Ebola is a variant of Scurvy-causing pathogen associated with Lassa Fever and the Marburg Virus (showed up around 1967 around Marburg & Frankfurt, Germany *before* showing up in Africa). Lassa Fever (aka Lassa Hemorrhagic Fever), the Marburg Virus and Ebola have all been associated with internal hemorrhaging associated with accute Scurvy. The bloody bubbles or the like on the skin associated with Ebola are also associated with Scurvy. It might be therefore sound to view Ebola as causing (among other things) "Super Scurvy".

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    (Above image: Petechiae and purpura on the low limb.)

    A petechia (plural petechiae) is a small (1 - 2 mm) red or purple spot on the skin, caused by a minor hemorrhage (broken capillary blood vessels).
    Petechiae may be a sign of thrombocytopenia (low platelet counts) when platelet function is inhibited (e.g., as a side effect of medications or during certain infections), or in clotting factor deficiencies.[1] They may also occur when excessive pressure is applied to tissue (e.g., when a tourniquet is applied to an extremity or with excessive coughing or vomiting).
    The internal hemorrhaging or petechiae associated with both Scurvy and Ebola are said to be due to extreme deficiencies in Vitamin C. Vitamin C itself is important for BLOOD CLOTTING. The link being made here is in that pathogens associated with Ebola, Marburg Virus, etc. seem to cause extreme Vitamin C deficiencies.

    Scurvy is a disease resulting from a deficiency of vitamin C, which is required for the synthesis of collagen in humans. The chemical name for vitamin C, ascorbic acid {or more simply anti-scurvic acid--my addition}, is derived from the Latin name of scurvy, scorbutus, which also provides the adjective scorbutic ("of, characterized by or having to do with scurvy"). Scurvy often presents itself initially as symptoms of malaise and lethargy, followed by formation of spots on the skin, spongy gums, and bleeding from the mucous membranes. Spots are most abundant on the thighs and legs, and a person with the ailment looks pale, feels depressed, and is partially immobilized. As scurvy advances, there can be open, suppurating wounds, loss of teeth, jaundice, fever, neuropathy and death.

    Treatment by fresh food, particularly citrus fruit, was periodically implemented, as it had been since antiquity. However until the 1930s, treatment was inconsistent, with many ineffective treatments used into the 20th century. It was a Scottish surgeon in the Royal Navy, James Lind, who first proved it could be treated with citrus fruit in experiments he described in his 1753 book A Treatise of the Scurvy,[2] though his advice was not implemented by the Royal Navy for several decades
    Scurvy does not occur in most animals because they can synthesize their own vitamin C. However, humans and other higher primates (the simians—monkeys and apes—and tarsiers), guinea pigs, most or all bats, and some species of birds and fish lack an enzyme (L-gulonolactone oxidase) necessary for such synthesis and must obtain vitamin C through their diet. Vitamin C is widespread in plant tissues, with particularly high concentrations occurring in cruciferous vegetables, capsicum fruit including chilli and all colours of bell peppers, citrus fruits (oranges, lemons, limes, grapefruits), and almost all fruits including culinary fruits like tomatoes. The fruit with the highest concentration of vitamin C is the Kakadu Plum with nearly 3000 mg per 100g. Cooking significantly reduces the concentration of ascorbic acid.
    If you think this might be 'crazy talk' let me advise you that Lassa Fever-associated toxicities can scavenge 500 grams per hour of Vitamin C in the body. The result: scurvitic conditions such as bleeding from orifices, gums, internal organs, etc. Intravenous sodium ascorbate is a key countermeasure for Lassa Fever which allows the body to tackle the pathogens.

    Although "Scurvy" has been widely held to merely be a condition of acute Vitamin C deficiency, there is much evidence that Scurvy or Scurvitic conditions can have pathogenic causes. Even during the 1800s and some wondered why Scurvy wasn't as prevalent in the 1600s or 1700s if it was caused only by Vitamin C deficiency.

    Timeline:

    1. Marburg Virus - outbreaks 1967 (Marburg & Frankfurt, Germany -- ala GERMAN RESEARCH LABS areas)
    2. Lassa Fever - 1969 and 1974 (Subsaharan/Central Africa)
    3. Ebola - 1976 (After U.S. Army bio weapons lab built in Kenema, Sierra Leone).
    4. 2014 - Ebola Outbreak at Sierra Leone


    Between the lines: diseases such as AIDS and Ebola are linked with Africa because -> that is where the Nazis have been experimenting all along. It seems rather plausible that Lassa Fever, Marburg Virus & Ebola are variations of the same.

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    Very good! I came upon this article last week which is also discusses this vector.

    http://jimstonefreelance.com/ebola.html

    And this one which discusses specific results of Vitamin C therapy.

    http://www.whale.to/v/klenner3.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    Very good! I came upon this article last week which is also discusses this vector.

    http://jimstonefreelance.com/ebola.html

    And this one which discusses specific results of Vitamin C therapy.

    http://www.whale.to/v/klenner3.html
    http://www.livingherbalfarmacy.com/liposomal-vitamin-c/

    an easy way to make very potent Liposomal Vitamin C.
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    The calls have all been the same in recent weeks: from friends, friends of friends, extended family, complete strangers. All of them have loved ones sick with Ebola and beg him to come quickly. Seven days a week, Mr. Kamara and his crew span Monrovia, Liberia’s capital, in a donated, old American ambulance — with California license plates still attached. “It never stops,” said Mr. Kamara, getting another call the moment he hangs up. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/17/wo...ness.html?_r=0

    Under section 361 of the Public Health Service Act, the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services has the power to take measures to contain communicable diseases from foreign countries into the United States and between states. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (or CDC) acts on behalf of the Secretary in these matters.

    But also under the Constitution, individuals have rights even in quarantine and isolation conditions. Under the rights of Due Process, public health regulations used to impose such conditions cant’ be “arbitrary, oppressive and unreasonable.”http://news.yahoo.com/constitutional...pt=BureoF2GVB/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Joseph View Post
    http://www.livingherbalfarmacy.com/liposomal-vitamin-c/

    an easy way to make very potent Liposomal Vitamin C.
    Thanks for that post. I had almost posted a link to a youtube video for making Liposomal C. Alternative methods exist for using alcohol and a blender if one doesn't have an ultrasonic cleaner. There is also the easy method of making sodium ascorbate worth looking into: 1/2 teaspoon baking soda + distilled or bottled water + 1 teaspoon ascorbic acid powder. The sodium ascorbate is said to be far more useful to the body. After prayer when I was sick once, I had the idea of adding just a wee bit of baking soda (1/8 of a teaspoon or less maybe) to a juice I liked to drink (contains ~50 mg vitamin C per 8 oz). In retrospect, the result was that the vitamin C was being turned into sodium ascorbate. Go figure.

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    "It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honour of kings is to search out a matter." Proverbs 25:2
    Prove all things; hold fast that which is good. Thess. 5:21.

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    Regarding making sodium ascorbate using baking soda + distilled/bottled water + ascorbate powder--avoid using the Emergen-C packets they contain aspartic acid other things. Pure ascorbate acid powder without additives is recommended. Also, I would tend to add to more like 1 teaspoon of ascorbic acid to a little less than half a teaspoon of baking soda. Though I'd have some ascorbic acid left over in the mix , I avoid having extra baking soda lingering in the mix. I intentionally add less than half more like 1/4 to 3/8 baking soda--at least I'd have mostly sodium ascorbate. 1 teaspoon of ascorbic acid powder to 2 oz of distilled water is what the video and many sites recommend. But I've tended to do 4 oz distilled water to 1/2 teaspoon of ascorbic acid + obviously-less-than-half a teaspoon of baking soda and then add some bottled water to that and some juice and drink it diluted (total about 16 oz). That way I can sip it over the course of an hour to help maintain the doses.
    All rights reserved. Without prejudice. No liability assumed. No value assured.

    "The object in life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane." -- Marcus Aurelius
    "It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honour of kings is to search out a matter." Proverbs 25:2
    Prove all things; hold fast that which is good. Thess. 5:21.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chex View Post
    But also under the Constitution, individuals have rights even in quarantine and isolation conditions. Under the rights of Due Process, public health regulations used to impose such conditions cant’ be “arbitrary, oppressive and unreasonable.”http://news.yahoo.com/constitutional...pt=BureoF2GVB/
    N.Y. / Region Under Pressure, Cuomo Says Ebola Quarantines Will Allow Home Isolation. Facing fierce resistance from the White House and medical experts to a strict new mandatory quarantine policy for all medical workers who had contact with Ebola patients in West Africa, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Sunday night that people quarantined in New York who do not show symptoms of the disease would be allowed to remain at home and would receive compensation for lost income. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/27/ny...tine.html?_r=0


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    Quote Originally Posted by allodial View Post
    This is posted for widespread edification. FYI, it is known in certain informed circles (though not likely in the mainstream medical field) that Ebola is a variant of Scurvy-causing pathogen associated with Lassa Fever and the Marburg Virus (showed up around 1967 around Marburg & Frankfurt, Germany *before* showing up in Africa). Lassa Fever (aka Lassa Hemorrhagic Fever), the Marburg Virus and Ebola have all been associated with internal hemorrhaging associated with accute Scurvy. The bloody bubbles or the like on the skin associated with Ebola are also associated with Scurvy. It might be therefore sound to view Ebola as causing (among other things) "Super Scurvy".

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    (Above image: Petechiae and purpura on the low limb.)





    The internal hemorrhaging or petechiae associated with both Scurvy and Ebola are said to be due to extreme deficiencies in Vitamin C. Vitamin C itself is important for BLOOD CLOTTING. The link being made here is in that pathogens associated with Ebola, Marburg Virus, etc. seem to cause extreme Vitamin C deficiencies.





    If you think this might be 'crazy talk' let me advise you that Lassa Fever-associated toxicities can scavenge 500 grams per hour of Vitamin C in the body. The result: scurvitic conditions such as bleeding from orifices, gums, internal organs, etc. Intravenous sodium ascorbate is a key countermeasure for Lassa Fever which allows the body to tackle the pathogens.

    Although "Scurvy" has been widely held to merely be a condition of acute Vitamin C deficiency, there is much evidence that Scurvy or Scurvitic conditions can have pathogenic causes. Even during the 1800s and some wondered why Scurvy wasn't as prevalent in the 1600s or 1700s if it was caused only by Vitamin C deficiency.

    Timeline:

    1. Marburg Virus - outbreaks 1967 (Marburg & Frankfurt, Germany -- ala GERMAN RESEARCH LABS areas)
    2. Lassa Fever - 1969 and 1974 (Subsaharan/Central Africa)
    3. Ebola - 1976 (After U.S. Army bio weapons lab built in Kenema, Sierra Leone).
    4. 2014 - Ebola Outbreak at Sierra Leone


    Between the lines: diseases such as AIDS and Ebola are linked with Africa because -> that is where the Nazis have been experimenting all along. It seems rather plausible that Lassa Fever, Marburg Virus & Ebola are variations of the same.

    Related:
    Interestingly the common cure for all viruses that inhabit the body in the joints (where there is very little blood flow) is to mix sodium chlorite (not chloride) with ascorbic acid. I had only looked at the extra chlorine atom for any therapeutic properties; not the Vitamin C!

    Thank you!

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