Major Update: Swine Flu 2011 Version 3.5
CDC flu statistics continue to rise for the 2011 flu season. The flu is a variation of the swine flu from last year. It appears to have evolved in the wild and picked up many new organisms.
The flu is transmitted by dozens of strains of microscopic airborne parasites. In Japan, infected persons wear a face mask to avoid transmitting the flu from expelling these airborne parasites which a loaded with viruses, bacteria, fungi, and other organisms.
Recent research on school children shows the flu expands in networks of friends, not so much in families or even between children sitting next to each other in school. This is likely due to the fact that the virus itself is not the main route of infection. Parasites are transmitting mainly by talking with one another face to face.
A severe, lingering flu was initially experienced in London in October and multiple clients began reporting the same symtoms in various parts of the U.S. and Europe. Constant travels through major airports in the world in November-February expanded this frequency set. It is now in all major airports. The people in my office call it the flu that never ends.
Almost two dozen strains of cytomegalovirus (HHV-5) have been identified. They have been broken out into a separate program.
Dozens of strains of parasites have now been broken out into a separate program.
chronic fatigue syndrome virus
tuberculosis – now including XDR-TB
1918 swine flu strains including several new strains of swine flu
ukrainian swine flu (black lung)
cytomegalovirus (HHV-5) – many strains
epstein barr virus
cocksackie B4 virus – several new strains
superbugs (some from chemtrails and including MRSA)
lou gehrig virus
many parasites (some from chemtrails)
avian flu strains 1,2, 3 and new strain 4
herpes simplex virus (HSV2)
borna virus strains 1, 2, 3
candida – multiple strains
many other lyme viruses
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