Unveiling Them

 

 

The organisms for cell replication, renewal and protection, as intended by our Creator, are being used to destroy the body with manmade particles and low copper status. Organisms are intended to generate and maintain healthy cells. Organisms and associated enzymes are copper dependent, as copper neutralizes and removes metals and the particles they are bound to. Manmade particles, (amino acids, fatty acids, vitamins) are bound with reduced metals to deplete and replace copper.

 

Intracellular organisms (IOs) are the smallest: for cell replication, renewal, AKA viruses.

Bacteria are micro-organisms: associated enzymes, larger than IOs, protect cells by neutralizing & removing manmade nano-particles with reduced metals and associated harmful gases.

Fungi are micro-organisms and larger: associated enzymes, larger than bacteria, cell protectant that removes compounds of manmade particles and associated harmful gases -- carbon.

 

Organisms become destructive (pathogenic) in an environment of low copper and manmade particles, indicated in metabolite production. Metabolites are the result of failed attempts by the body to completely neutralize and remove manmade particles and compounds, due to low copper status. (Examples: serotonin & histamine) Metabolites gravely damage tissue and organs.

Swine organisms are virulent in humans: Swine bacteria & fungi in humans accelerate copper depletion and metabolite production, quickly destroying tissue and organs. Swine IOs (measles) destroy tissue and organs by accelerating cell replication assembly of surrounding (accumulated) manmade particles into host cells.

 

Bacterial infection requirements (Blood types A/B/O in all infections):

Bacteria transitioned to pathogen and swine bacteria propagated by gas, food or water; supply of rubber NPs (tryptophan, phenylalanine & tyrosine), essential for adhesion to host cells; iron to supply oxygen to the pathogen; and low copper status. Intestinal bacteria generates numerous metabolites of rubber NPs that cause bacterial infections, nine of which are known to cause sepsis.
Fungal infection requirements: fungus transitioned to pathogen, rubber NPs, iron, low copper.

Viral infection requirements: swine IOs, rubber (for adhesion) & plastic NPs, iron, low copper.