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"Parasites" in the model?

Hulda Clark: every and all diseases involve parasites (she actually said parasites were the 'cause', but then said there are other things involved). 
Kerri Rivera, Dr Andreas Kalcker, others:  get rid of the parasites, autism often completely disappears. 

It those are true, and with maybe about 2B people on the planet having problems with parasites, how/ where do parasites fit in in this model?  
Are they related to those 'bugs' in the PC?  something else?  
What emotion(s)/ trauma(s) allows them to come in?  

Is this the next step in PS healing?  

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  • edited January 14
    Hi David.
         You can read about the pathogen problem in our Subcellular Psychobiology. Briefly, there are many types of human pathogens (viral, bacterial, fungal, prion, ameba, tapeworms, etc). Some infect us during our lives, like Lyme or tetanus. Other pathogens infect us before we are born, like cytomegalovirus (CMV), toxoplasmosis, rubella, etc. Different pathogens have different effects on people, and treatments vary from type to type as well as from species to species in a given type. 
         Relevant to our treatments, we found a lot of different kinds and species of pathogens live inside the primary cell, and they can cause generally different physical symptoms, emotional problems, or both. In fact, many diseases whose causes are unknown ("diseases of unknown etiology") are caused directly or indirectly by these pathogens. Most of them we get from our parents before we are born; they infect the sperm, egg, fertilizing ovum, or fetus. 
         Our older psychobiology techniques treated symptoms in various ways. 1) by affecting a single pathogen that was causing symptoms; 2) getting rid of our reaction to the pathogen, to eliminate symptoms; 3) but only in one case, the silent mind technique, were we able to eliminate the (fungal) pathogen. It wasn't until last year that we made the breakthroughs required to give us a technology that could eliminate any targeted pathogen species. Most of our time now is spent in refining this new 'psycho-immunology' technology - and treating disease by making the client immune to the causing pathogen.
         Over the last 20+ years, our discoveries built on each other, and Shayne McKenzie gave a great talk at our 2021 symposium about this. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGF1_RgtPVA). Our sequence of discoveries also shows up in our research website navigation bar: peak states; then psychobiology; then psycho-immunology.
         We are in the process of figuring out how to apply the new PI approach to diseases like diabetes, covid, autism, etc. We are also revisiting old stuck projects to see if the new PI approach can solve them. For example, the Beauty Way state is almost impossible for people to get - is this due to one (or more) pathogens? 
         All my best,
         Grant
  • Thanks for the comment, Grant.  Great progress!
  • Curious...  So when you see the bugs in the PC, do they all look the same, or different?  Are some much more common than others?  How many types of "species" have been seen?  Does anyone's PC contain two of the same "species"?  
  • Different bug species all look different. But all species look bug-like. Their outer exoskeletons are made of metal of different sorts (on a species basis); the metal usually has a coating, similar to enamel. Back a decade ago, we thought we'd compile a list of bug species, but there were so many we abandoned that and just make note of key features on whatever disease we're working with at the moment. They range from mosquito shaped, to beetle shaped, to ant shaped, etc. One species is definitely more common, as it is the one that clients usually get symptoms from - fortunately, there is an easy fix for this type. Generally, there are lots of any given species, since they are generally very small in comparison to the size of the primary cell, so lots of room for them. Incidentally, we're pretty sure these 'bugs' are actually called prions in the medical literature. They are not tiny bugs, they just look sort of like them.
  • Even more interesting, thanks. 

    Also, parasites surround themselves with heavy metals as an armor to keep our bodies from attacking them.  

    Do "bugs" always show up when there is a disease?  

    How many things/problems have the prions been linked to, or correlated to?
  • David, dr Grant gave an amazing talk about human prions during Symposium, here's a link for you 
    https://www.facebook.com/peakstatestherapy/videos/387211159652689

    There are a lot of great insights on bugs/prions. Hope that helps! 
  • Yeah, that was a great talk!  My favorite so far.  (Still listening...)  Interesting comment/ question from Antonella.  
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