Monday, September 29, 2008

Severe Strains of Clostrium Difficile

SCOTLAND must brace itself for an increase in new and severe strains of the Clostridium difficile superbug – and the infection could also become more resistant to the drugs used to treat it, experts have told The Scotsman. Fears were also raised that C difficile could become less sensitive to the antibiotics currently used to treat it.

Fortunately, I am not a doctor - nor am I a scientist. I am a person who understands that we are an undivided part of NATURE, and this means that the laws of nature apply to everything that we do.

To understand what I am about to say next, you have to understand what antibiotics are, and you have to understand why bacteria in the colon (intestine) would benefit from the root antibiotic elements scientists play around with, as they create drugs to combat infections.

Antibiotics - In modern usage, an antibiotic is a chemotherapeutic agent with activity against microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi or protozoa. Modern science claim that anti-biotics kill bacteria... and Natural Health studies warn that anti-biotics kill the beneficial friendly colon bacteria essential to the proper functioning of the digestive system and the immune system.

On the sub-atomic levels the antibiotic and fungi organisms are related to one another. This means that on the sub-atomic level fungi and bacteria are inter-relate in form and function. The bacteria are not becoming resistant to antibiotic medications, they are one and the same. Their root functions are one and the same. Fungi and bacteria are closely related, and their basic functions are closely related. This means that on a sub-atomic level we humans are adding deadly forms of fungi and bacteria into an inner climate of ill health, forming a cocktail of substances we barely understand.

Bacteria and fungi are not at war, they have an intimate relationship that modern humans have not even begun to understand. The symptoms are not the result of resistance, but are the result of co-operation. The beneficial human colon bacteria are being devastated by antibiotic drugs, creating the internal ground upon which the process of decay leads to extreme physical illness or physical death. This is what fungi and bacteria do - they break down physical matter and reprocess it into its sub-atomic parts. As does radiation... and what life forms benefit from radioactive contamination? Fungi, yeast and mould!!

Fungi thrive on dangerous radiation
"Our findings suggest that [the fungi] can capture the energy from radiation and transform it into other forms of energy that can be used for growth," said microbiologist Arturo Casadevall from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University in New York, USA. Silent Spring

These elements we call fungi, yeast and mould carry the keys that unlock the energetic cohesion of physical matter. This means that when a plant, tree, animal or human radiates signs of energetic decay (or depletion) the basic elements of fungi, yeast and mold begin to unlock the physical cohesion of the cells.
The Response of Yeast to Radiation

Keywords: Candida & Antibiotics