Dr. Mercola recently put out an article about Rhumatoid Arthritis which got me connecting dots.
In this article he reports how Dr. Brown believed that RA was caused by mycoplasmas and used tetracycline rather than prednisone, the drug of choice for RA back in the 40’s and 50’s. He eventually modified his treatment which included Minocycline and brought over 10,000 patients into remission. Mercola used his protocol and also had impressive results but eventually abandoned antibiotics in favor of a more natural treatment.
This led me to ponder Dr. Garth Nicolson’s work with Mycoplasma.
He discovered that high numbers of inmates and guards of a Texas prison came down with strange neurodegenerative conditions. After testing them, he discovered they were positive for Mycoplasma fermentans, and a weaponized version at that, that caused more severe symptoms, was more virulent and persistent. He believed biological experiments had been conducted on these inmates. In time, the guards became ill, then their families, and then the greater Huntsville, Texas area.
What Nicolson discovered next would make for a great thriller. When the prisoners with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) died, they should have been sent to the University of Texas at Galveston for an autopsy, but that’s not what happened. He discovered that private autopsies were being performed on these inmates at a US Army base, and were then were sent to a private crematory at a secret location in Central Texas where all prisoner records were destroyed against state law.
For full details, read the pdf above; however, it’s important to note that genes part of the HIV-1 envelope were found in these Mycoplasmas, which in a nutshell means that a person may not get HIV but they may get some of the symptoms. It is also important to note that while military personnel were likely exposed to the Mycoplasmas from weapons in the Gulf War, they were also exposed through vaccinations. For more information, please refer to the article I wrote on vaccines and understand that there are many who are now stating that contamination with various pathogens through vaccines is almost certain:
Nicholson had tremendous pressure put on him and his lab was threatened with being shut down frequently. All of this is explained in the book Project Day Lily.
The pdf goes through all the symptoms Mycoplasma, but they are remarkably similar to Lyme. The troubling issue is they lack a cell wall which makes many types of antibiotics ineffective. There are over 100 known species of which approximately 6 are known to be troublesome to humans. They prefer a low oxygen environment and live inside cells which evade the immune system. They are obtained by fluid exchange and are easily spread via air.
90% of evaluated ALS patients had Mycoplasma. 100% of ALS patients with Gulf War Syndrome had Mycoplasma and nearly all of those were specifically the weaponized M. fermentans incognitus.
*One of the hallmark symptoms of Mycoplasma is fatigue*
And the bad news for us is that Nicholson’s experience has found Mycoplasma to be the number one Lyme coinfection, and similar to other coinfections can be supposedly cleared for years only to reappear when conditions are right.
He recommends a 6 month course of treatment with no break followed by several 6-week on, 2 week off antibiotic cycles. Antibiotics include: Doxy, Azith, Mino, or Clarith, with combinations often required as well as switching the antibiotics at least once. The addition of Flagyl may benefit as well. (remember many of these antibiotics have generics). Also, some doctors have suggested antivirals as Mycoplasma has viral characteristics.
He also suggests oxidative therapies, NT Factor, Mycoplasma-specific transfer factors, Raintree Myco, Raintree A-F, and Raintree Immune Support. Since the frequencies for Mycoplasma are too similar to normal cellular frequencies he does not recommend Rife therapy. Anything that strengthens the immune system is helpful and might include chelation of heavy metals, probiotics, a no sugar, no gluten diet, well as various various supplements – making sure they are absorbed well.
It is amazing what can be discovered when we are willing to connect dots. I wonder what Dr. Brown would think of the discoveries made in the world of Mycoplasma? In reading about all the various co-infections, it is interesting to note that most are not new and have been written about in the past; however, they all seem to be tougher, harder to treat, take on more complicated forms, are more easily spread, and in a nutshell, are pathogens on steroids.
We need to keep connecting dots.