Cause, Spread, and Therapy of Lyme Disease
Recently, I spent my vacation doing research on Lyme disease because of a massive, active infection that I got by bites from huge mosquitos. Using frequency analysis described elsewhere on this site, I went from having difficulty walking from its crippling effects to being symptom free in a few days. Experiencing the full range of symptom patterns, I realized that I had this infection before in 1969 and that it has caused chronic back pain, undiagnosed athletic injuries, and various other sporadic symptoms for almost 40 years.
Erhlicia and borrelia emit neurotoxic proteins that are very debilitating. When eliminating these pathogens it is important to have frequencies that deactivate the neurotoxins. Otherwise you get sicker from trying to eliminate them, the so-called Lyme herxheimer effect. The parasites can be infected with the other Lyme pathogens. Eliminating the parasites can release other Lyme organisms causing reinfection. This makes Lyme very difficult to deal with.
As soon as I was symptom free, my 2 mile running time decreased by more than 10% over the average the month before the mosquito bites. Athletes take note! Particularly runners and bikers who are outdoors a lot have a high likelihood of Lyme infection. This could be compromising performance even if you are in excellent health and in good training. A 10% performance boost could be a huge win!
Most of the article below has been validated by my own frequency research. The mosquitos, and subsequently the bodily fluids of infected people contain more than half a dozen different parasites, borrelia, babesia, erhlicia, and other pathogens. While all of them appear to be there in all infections, most of them may never be picked up in lab tests.
Over 90% of the people I have tested have detectable Lyme frequencies. The infections are typically chronic and lifelong. Most of them are undiagnosed and symptoms are expressed only when the immune system is depressed through injury, shock, disease episodes, cancer or other incidents.
Every person with cancer I have tested has a Lyme infection. It causes aberration of cells and growth of benign tumors. Therefore it alters DNA and is certainly a cofactor in cancer, not to mention the other diseases listed below.
Based on my analyses, I predict that more than 50% of the entire U.S. population is infected with the Lyme constallation of pathogens and many disease syndromes, random symptoms, mysterious diseases, and so-called “psychosomatic” symptoms are actually manifestations of Lyme organisms.
New Ideas About the Cause, Spread
and Therapy of Lyme Disease
by Dr. James Howenstine
Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, July 2004
Lyme Disease was initially regarded as an uncommon illness caused by the spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi (Bb). The disease transmission was thought to be solely by the bite from a tick infected with this spirochete. The Bb spirochete is able to burrow into tendons, muscle cells, ligaments, and directly into organs. A classic bulls-eye rash is often visible in the early stage of the illness. Later in the illness the disease can afflict the heart, nervous system, joints and other organs. It is now realized that the disease can mimic amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, Bell’s Palsy, reflex sympathetic dystrophy, neuritis, psychiatric illnesses such as schizophrenia, chronic fatigue, heart failure, angina, irregular heart rhythms, fibromyalgia, dermatitis, autoimmune diseases such as scleroderma and lupus, eye inflammatory reactions, sudden deafness, SIDS, ADD and hyperactivity, chronic pain and many other conditions.
Biology professor, Lida Mattman, author of Cell Wall Deficient Forms: Stealth Pathogens, has been able to recover live spirochetes of Bb from mosquitos, fleas, mites, semen, urine, blood, and spinal fluid. A factor contributing to making Bb so dangerous is that it can survive and spread without having a cell wall (cell wall-deficient CWD). Many valuable antibiotics kill bacteria by breaking down the cell wall. These antibiotics often prove ineffective against Bb.
Lyme Disease is now thought to be the fastest growing infectious disease in the world. There are believed to be at least 200,000 new cases each year in the US and some experts think that as many as one in every 15 Americans is currently infected (20 million persons). Dr. Robert Rowen knows a family where the mother’s infection spread to 5 of her 6 children1 all of whom recovered with appropriate therapy. It is difficult to believe that these children were all bitten by ticks and seems more plausible that person to person spread within the family caused this problem. Dr. Mattman states “I’m convinced Lyme disease is transmissible from person to person.” In 1995 Dr. Mattman obtained positive cultures for Bb from 43 of 47 persons with chronic illness. Only 1 of 23 control patients had a positive Bb culture. Dr. Mattman has subsequently recovered Bb spirochetes form 8 out of 8 cases of Parkinson’s Disease, 41 cases of multiple sclerosis, 21 cases of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and all tested cases of Alzheimer’s Disease. The complete recovery of several patients with terminal amyotrophic lateral sclerosis after appropriate therapy shows the great importance of establishing the diagnosis of Lyme Disease.
Some very important information has recently become available about the spread and magnitude of the problem with Lyme Disease. The severity of the Lyme illness is related to the spirochete load in the patient. Few spirochetes produce mild and asymptomatic infection. A study from Switzerland in 1998 pointed out that only 12.5% of patients testing positive for Bb had developed symptoms. A German boy developed Lyme arthritis 5 years after his tick bite. Often mycoplasmal infections remain without symptoms until the victim suffers a traumatic event (stress, injury, accident, etc.). These stressing events enable the mycoplasma to begin consumption of cholesterol and symptoms may begin to present. The mechanism of this deterioration is thought to be suppression of the immune system secondary to stress.
Many patients with LD have concomitant infections with other parasites (Ehrlichia in white blood cells and Babesia in red blood cells). Some patients have all 3 parasites. Each requires a different therapy with Babesia being particularly difficult to eradicate. Recently, Artemisinin appears effective in Babesia infections. All co-infections must be eliminated to obtain a successful result. <read more>