Is Your Cat Making You Stupid & Emotional?
Cats cause Mental Disorders with Brain Parasite Toxoplasma Gondii
New studies have discovered a terrible fact: Cats have a parasite which is making humans stupid, and causing mental disorders, even in some cases causing Schizophrenia.
The parasite is called Toxoplasma gondii. It’s a single-celled organisim.
This parasite gets into mice when the cat eats them, and takes over their brain. In order for the parasite to continue its life cycle, it needs to go from mouse to cat, so it forces the mouse to totally change its behavior, and to do life threatening actions. It removes all fear of cats from the mouse, so the mouse leaves its safe home and lets a cat eat it.
The parasite controls the mouse so much, that it even makes it think that the smell of cat’s urine is alluring! Talk about turning an animal into a zombie!
This is unique. No longer does a parasite simple cause health problems. It causes massive behavior change and mental disorders! Really, really bad ones! Not surprisingly, new research shows that it can cause reckless behavior in humans as well as mice.
Even months after infection, when parasites are no longer detectable, the effect can remain. This raises the possibility that the microbe causes a permanent structural change in the brain.
Toxoplasma gondii also infects other mammals including pigs, dogs and humans.
It will be hard to know all the effects that Toxoplasma is having on people, but one study found that girls who were infected scored 11% less in their reading test than those who were not, and boys who were infected scored 7% per cent less. They were also found to score less well in memory tests.
It is thought that 30-70% of people have this parasite! This is frightening; cats have been in people’s homes for decades, and only now are these facts being discovered! What more will they learn? We may never know how much it has damaged the lives of people. Even cats that never go outside can have Toxoplasma gondii, because they could have got it from their parents.
One frightening fact about this brain-changing parasite is that, even now when it is known to cause behavioral changes, the alarm has not been sufficiently sounded.
DISCOVERIES ABOUT TOXOPLASMA GETS WORSE & WORSE!
“About 40% of the world’s population is infected with Toxoplasma gondii, including about eight million Australians.
Until recently it was thought to be an insignificant disease in healthy people, Sydney University of Technology infectious disease researcher Nicky Boulter said, but new research has revealed its mind-altering properties….
“Infected men have lower IQs, achieve a lower level of education and have shorter attention spans. …
“On the other hand, infected women tend to be more … promiscuous.”http://www.smh.com.au
You can bet that it is affecting your spirituality as well – but they won’t ‘prove’ that for another 100 years!
I love animals. I have been vegetarian for 12 years. I grew up with all kinds of pets, including cats. My mother bred them and once won Best Cat at the Sydney Royal Easter Show in Australia.
However, now that I know about Toxoplasma gondii I am very grateful that I have not lived with a cat for 30+ years.
While I used to love cats something happened to cause me to believe that people should not have them as pets; I was around 20 years old, on our farm in Australia, near Bathurst. I saw the ‘mice’ that the cats killed. I was extremely upset after I looked at their teeth to investigate what kind of species the cats were killing; and discovered the ‘mice’ were not pests at all, and not even rodents. They were marsupials, wrongly named as “marsupial mice”. These are really cute, and insectivores. Many small animal species in Australia are threatened with extinction due to feral domestic cats.
Then, one day, I saw the most beautiful blue kingfisher on a gate next to the house. I had always wanted to see a kingfisher! It was probably a sacred kingfisher:
The next day one of our cats killed it. I was appalled. I realized then that people should not have cats.
The next thing I am going to say is going to shock some people, so before I say it, please know that researchers at the University of Reading found that pet cats could be responsible for killing up to 10,000 small animals annually per square kilometre in urban areas.
Also, know that other animals have to die to feed your cat; and most of those animals lived with physical and mental torture their whole lives before they were killed on the factory farms.
I said all this to encourage you: If you have a cat, to protect your brain and especially the brains of any children who come in the house, your cat needs to be taken to the vet and put to sleep.
Once the cat is gone, the next thing is to do what you can to heal the damage. The scientists seem to think that the effects can’t be undone, but I doubt this greatly; These are the same people who are paid by the Medical Mafia to help bring in $3 trillion a year (many times the defense budget) by promoting ways to keep people unhealthy. One way they do this is by not telling people about the power of good nutrition and other natural health methods that don’t enrich the Medical companies.
Another thing they won’t tell you is that parasites can be killed with safe electronic means. Please research the Hulda Clark zapper, and have a look on ebay.
Remember that Toxoplasma gondii TAKES OVER THE BRAIN of mice and makes them LIKE cats – their MURDERERS. That is deep programming. It is very possible that this parasite is affecting people’s minds and taking over their spirituality: people are not being themselves and would act quite differently without it.
OTHER SOURCE OF TOXOPLASMA GONDII
- Pig meat (Bacon, sausages, ham, pork)!
“Infected pig meat is a source of Toxoplasma gondii infection for humans and animals in many countries….
Currently used molecular and histopathological methods are insensitive for the detection of T. gondii in pork because of the low concentration of the parasite in meat destined for human consumption.”
Note: Pigs are Cleaner & Smarter than Dogs. They live lives of great cruelty in factories. Do not eat them.
From a post on a forum: “It’s not just cats, you can also get it from the soil (where infected animals have defecated), eating undercooked meat of an infected animal, or from blood, saliva or fecal contact of an “active infection” animal or person.
I have a close family member who was diagnosed over a decade ago. Worked directly with the CDC to try and get treatment and learn how to cope with the issues it causes.
Long story short, they told me I am likely infected also, but refused to test me as I am “functional”. Treatment was not given to my family member as the parasite has reached a sort of symbiosis and does not appear to be actively spreading anymore- sort of a remission of sorts.
However, periodic brain scans are still given to the infected family member to verify that the parasite has not spread.
I recall the CDC also told me that the “official” numbers for infected are likely far lower than the actual infected judging by the symptoms displayed by the general populace. When I pushed them for more info about numbers and “just how bad is it?”, I got a shaky voice explanation of around 80% of the populace estimated infected rate…possibly more, as the newer mostly moderate strains of Toxo have a slow progression rate.”
- After you have got rid of the cat, research the benefits of killing parasites by electromagnetic means, such as the Hulda Clark Zapper.
Since eating meat is a source of Toxoplasma, become a vegetarian. The health benefits are enormous, especially if you do it the right way. For a full program, read You’re not fat, You’re Toxic.
Warnings from WHO, UN, CDC and a host of scientists regarding Toxoplasma gondii
Unit for Gastrointestinal Infections, Robert Koch Institute Germany (2016):
“High numbers of seroconversions during pregnancies pose substantial risks for unborn children. Efforts to raise awareness of toxoplasmosis in public health programs targeting to T. gondii transmission control are therefore strongly advocated.”
Flegr et al. (2016)
“Results of the present cohort study, along with the previous data from many case-control studies or ecological studies suggest that latent toxoplasmosis represents a large and so far underrated public health problem.”
WHO Europe (2016)
“Toxoplasmosis: greater awareness needed (..) More awareness is needed in Europe about the risk factors for infection of Toxoplasma gondii, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).”
Kugler et al. (2016)
“Systemic toxoplasma infection triggers a long-term defect in the generation and function of naive T lymphocytes”
(.. ) leads to an immunocompromised state that both promotes chronic toxoplasma infection and leads to decreased resistance to challenge with an unrelated pathogen.”
“The disease burden due to most foodborne parasites is highly focal and results in significant morbidity and mortality among vulnerable populations.”
Sinai et al. (2015):
”Led by Anthony Sinai, professor at the UK College of Medicine, the study has significant implications on the understanding of chronic toxoplasmosis in the brain, a condition suggested to contribute to a range of neurological diseases including schizophrenia in humans”
“These findings directly challenge the prevailing notion of bradyzoites as dormant nonreplicative entities in chronic toxoplasmosis and have implications on our understanding of this enigmatic and clinically important life cycle stage. This fundamentally alters our understanding of chronic toxoplasmosis,”
Flegr et al. (2014)
“Toxoplasmosis – A Global Threat. Correlation of Latent Toxoplasmosis with Specific Disease Burden..”
Center for Disease Control, CDC, USA (2014):
“Parasitic infections affect millions around the world causing seizures,blindness, infertility, heart failure, and even death (..) While parasitic infections can sometimes affect millions of people, they often cause few symptoms and go unnoticed (..)
More than 60 million people (in US) are chronically infected with Toxoplasma gondii (..) The CDC experts noted that most parasitic infections can be prevented and many are treatable. But they most often go undiagnosed and untreated because people don’t know they are at risk or infected, and many doctors, unfamiliar with these infections, fail to diagnose or treat them properly”
United Nations/FAO (2014):
“Despite their huge social costs and global impacts, information is generally lacking regarding just where these parasites come from, how they live in the human body, and – most importantly – how they make people sick (..) But considering the problems they cause, these parasites do not get the attention they deserve. We hope that by releasing a top 10 ranking we can increase awareness among policy makers, the media and the general public about this major public health issue.”
Prime Minister of Iceland (2014):
“PM Fears Behavior-Changing Microbe in Imported Meat”
Gary Smith et al. (2014), Up to 1/5 of all schizophrenia related to Tg:
“By finding out how important a factor T. gondii infection is, this work might inform our attitude to researching the subject. Instead of ridiculing the idea of a connection between T. gondii and schizophrenia because it seems so extraordinary, we can sit down and consider the evidence. Perhaps then we might be persuaded to look for more ways to reduce the number of people infected with toxoplasma.”
Flegr et al (2014)
The existence of a strong correlation between the prevalence of toxoplasmosis and health of population (..) suggests that ‘asymptomatic’ latent toxoplasmosis could have a large impact on public health.
“Our estimates of the incidence and burden of CT point to a very large global burden of toxoplasmosis. The burden is even greater when various conditions and problems related to toxoplasmosis are considered. For example, toxoplasmosis is known to cause chorioretinitis in healthy adults and especially in people who have immunosuppression. (..)
There are also increasing reports of neurological, psychiatric or psychomotor disorders related to “latent” toxoplasmosis, and of a higher frequency of road traffic accidents among seropositive individuals. Even if toxoplasmosis accounts for only a small fraction of these problems in the population, the global burden of disease attributable to toxoplasmosis is considerably greater than suggested by our CT data. In addition, since much toxoplasmosis can be prevented, at least in theory, by observing appropriate food hygiene, the disease deserves a higher profile in GDB studies and should not be subsumed into other disease categories, such as “congenital disorders”.
Professor Jaroslav Flegr: (2012)
“’When you add up all the different ways it can harm us,’ says Flegr, ‘Toxoplasma might even kill as many people as malaria, or at least a million people a year.’”
“There is strong psychological resistance to the possibility that human behavior can be influenced by some stupid parasite,”
Furtado et al. (2011)
“Toxoplasmosis; A Global Threat”
Overall, Toxoplasmosis can have extremely detrimental effects on anyone who contracts the disease. Although most immunocompetent patients are able to combat the parasite, many individuals who are either suffering from a disease that renders them immunocompromised, pregnant women, or individuals whose medication weakens their immunity might find that Toxoplasmosis has more of a negative impact on their bodies than expected.
Thus, it is very important to practice prevention of the disease, so that treatment does not need to be employed.
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