23 November 2008
The American Lyme Disease Foundation publishes a map of Lyme disease risk showing the gradual spread of Lyme disease across the United States. Over 50% of the people I now test are positive for Lyme organisms, although many of them may temporarily be asymptomatic. Merck researchers observe Lyme mycoplasma in over 95% of the population.
Lyme disease is unlike any other syndrome on the planet. Alternative practitioners note that it is more difficult to treat than cancer. The reason for this is that it is a complex of thousands of viruses, parasites, fungi, mycoplasma, and other organisms. There is enough published circumstantial evidence to conclude that it is designed to be undetectable in the early stages, untreatable, and eventually, permanently disabling. It is also gets worse if treatment is attempted, a phenomenon observed in the Herxheimer reactions noted by those who try to treat their Lyme disease. Frequencies need to be carefully designed to avoid these reactions as much as possible.
During 1991-2002, the reported incidence of Lyme disease nearly doubled. Most cases continued to occur in northeastern, mid-atlantic, and north-central states, and the largest population of cases continued to be reported among persons aged 5-9 years and 50-59 years, possibly as a result of greater exposure than other groups to infected ticks, less frequent use of personal protective measures, differential use of health-care services, and/or reporting bias. For additional information, visit CDC's web site at http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvbid/lyme/index.htm.
Analysis of hundreds of people and animals with Lyme disease have produced the latest Frequency Foundation Lyme Disease Version document which has now grown to a small book of over 100 pages. In the latest version, frequencies are published in ready to run F165 programs which can be modified to run on any device. The frequency set is certainly not finished as new Lyme organisms or updates to older frequencies are discovered on a daily basis.
Lastest Upgrade to Lyme Frequencies
Refinement of frequency sets are based on work with hundreds of people and animals on a daily basis for many years. Several new programs and major updates to previous programs are included in the latest version:
• Lyme heart viruses – a group of Lyme viruses tend to proliferate in the heart and cause pain and palpitations in some individuals.
• Lyme stealth organisms – certain organisms take years to detect and are very persistent. Some of them have crippling effects. These have been packaged into a separate program.
• Lyme insects – funded research on insect frequencies has led to the creation of a Lyme insect program. Most of these frequencies are tick frequencies.
In addition, previous programs contain hundreds of new frequencies.
• Lyme mycoplasma – the core of Lyme disease is a mycoplasma bioengineered from weapons grade brucella at Plum Island laboratories .
• Lyme viruses – many of these are crippling. Many of the most dangerous viruses in the world were brought to Plum Island for experimentation, the Rift Valley virus from Africa, for example.
• Lyme babesia – there are hundreds of strains of the babesia parasite.
• Lyme parasites – there are many other parasites, many of which are released after killing babesia
• Lyme cells – the Lyme mycoplasma get inside cells and cause genetic mutation. These aberrated cells often cause pain and some can progress to cancer.
• Lyme bacteria – many of the bacteria in Lyme emit neurotoxins. These are what physicians typically treat with antibiotics. Paradoxically, these are the easiest to eliminate with frequencies. Lyme is a much bigger problem than spirochetes which many have discovered after their physician pronounced them cured.
• Lyme rickettsia – variants of this organism cause Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and other diseases.
• Lyme fungus – these are very difficult to get rid of without frequencies. Some produce toxins which get into cyclic biochemical pathways that prevent elimination without frequencies or special treatment.
• Proteus mirabilis – another pathogen always found in Lyme.
• Gnathastoma spinigerum – another pathogen always found in Lyme.
While sets of the Lyme frequencies can be manually run on any device, they are best run with programmable frequency generators like the F100 series from Atelier Robin due to the length of the programs. Frequency octaves can be created for any device as described in the documentaiton
The latest version of Frequency Foundation Lyme Frequency Sets are provided to subscribers along with regular updates. Click on the link on the side of this web page to order a subscription to all previously published frequency sets plus all new sets and updates for one year.
11 November 2008
23 published studies report an association of reduced IQ with high fluoride exposure. Click here for complete summary.
In the summer of 2008, the following two reports reviewed the published studies reporting an association of high fluoride exposure and reduced IQ. The fluoride levels in water in these studies range from 0.88 – 9.4 ppm.
Connett M, Limeback H.
Fluoride and its effect on human intelligence. A systematic review.
International Association for Dental Research 83rd General Session and Exhibition. Toronto, Canada.
Poster 2205. July 4, 2008.
Tang Q-Q, Du J, Ma H-H, Jiang S-J, Zhou X-J.
Fluoride and Children’s Intelligence: A Meta-analysis.
Biol Trace Elem Res. 2008 Aug 10. 2008.
The Tang et al. study cites 16 studies, including 5 Chinese studies that we did not know about. FAN plans to have them translated.
The Connett & Limeback review, published prior to Tang et al., found 18 out of 20 studies reporting an association to fluoride exposure and lowered IQ.
The Fluoride journal published 6 of the translated Chinese studies on fluoride's impact on IQ in its April-June 2008 edition (Qin-1990, Chen-1991, Guo-1991, Liu-2000, Hong-2001, Li-2003) and will publish more translated studies in later editions.
Twelve (12) the human/IQ studies were originally published in Chinese. Julian Brooke translated these studies into English under contract with Fluoride Action Network.
In their review of the toxicology of fluoride, the committee who authored the 2006 National Research Council of the National Academies report on fluoride (NRC), cited only 3 of the 23 studies in its 'Findings on Human Cognitive Abilities', and cited 6 of the 23 studies in its references (Yang et al., 1994; Li et al., 1995; Lin et al., 1991; Zhao et al., 1996; Lu et al., 2000; Xiang et al., 2003). 5 studies (including one untranslated Chinese study) were published after the NRC was released. The NRC report stated:
Human Cognitive Abilities.
In assessing the potential health effects of fluoride at 2-4 mg/L, the committee found three studies of human populations exposed at those concentrations in drinking water that were useful for informing its assessment of potential neurologic effects. These studies were conducted in different areas of China, where fluoride concentrations ranged from 2.5 to 4 mg/L. Comparisons were made between the IQs of children from those populations with children exposed to lower concentration of fluoride ranging from 0.4 to 1 mg/L. The studies reported that while modal IQ scores were unchanged, the average IQ scores were lower in the more highly exposed children. This was due to fewer children in the high IQ range. While the studies lacked sufficient detail for the committee to fully assess their quality and their relevance to U.S. populations, the consistency of the collective results warrant additional research on the effects of fluoride on intelligence. Investigation of other mental and physiological alterations reported in the case study literature, including mental confusion and lethargy, should also be investigated.
Ref: bottom of page 220 to page 221
The NRC report also stated:
On the basis of information largely derived from histological, chemical, and molecular studies, it is apparent that fluorides have the ability to interfere with the functions of the brain and the body by direct and indirect means. To determine the possible adverse effects of fluoride, additional data from both the experimental and the clinical sciences are needed.