E t i o l o g y

Ah yes.  More of the medical mafia’s secret language.  Let’s define etiology.  From the Greek, meaning “cause.”  Definition number one:  “The assignment of a cause — or the cause assigned.”  Definition number two:  “The science of causes or origins.”  Definition number three:  “(a) the science of the causes or origins of disease.  (b) the causes of a specific disease.”

I came across the word while looking up what McGraw Hill’s Lange 2009 Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment (48th Edition) had to say about Morgellon’s Disease.

Zip.  Nichts.  Nada.

Next frame.  I dove into Taber’s Medical Dictionary (F.A. Davis Co., Philadelphia, 2005).  Nothing there either.

Okay, next frame:  CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia).  Their recorded telephone announcement indicates that this unacknowledged disease is enough of an issue to address the public about it.  The man’s voice announced that a CDC study on Morgellon’s Disease began in May 2008.  And for “distressing symptoms,” to see your local doctor. (CDC Morgellon’s phone line:  404-718-1199)  Yet the latest medical books have nothing to say about it.  Why is that, Mr. White Coat? 

As I look over the text from CDC’s “field studies” in Sub-Saharan Africa (spanning 1976 to 2007), I am reminded how their clip-board notes were taken by scientists who are identified by surname and first initial only.  They were protecting their identities — but why and from whom?  What was it about their work that merited secrecy?  If somebody publishes a medical journal article, for example, they use not only their names, but professional titles and academic credentials.  So why all the cryptic secrecy when it comes to field studies about Africans kicking out the symptoms of hemorrhagic fevers?

These medical observers stood around, taking notes, watching people die and then published their findings to others in the medical community.  I found it curious how they happened to know where this disease was “breaking out” and then got there in time to watch people die from it.  Considering that these viruses kill fast and “broke out” in remote sites like the Congo Basin.

On 25 February 2009, I wrote CDC with a list of questions to which they never responded.  I think they are important questions so I will list them again for your lucid consideration.  My text to them went as follows:

Greetings Mr. ******,

We spoke on the phone recently and you recommended that I send my questions via this vector.  My questions are borne upon study of your Center’s articles, tables, data, documents and manuals that are posted on your web site.  My annotated, documented odyssey has given birth to many questions.

I will appreciate succinct, direct answers to the following questions from the expert in his field.  Forward this e-mail to as many CDC/HHS/NIH/WHO (or whomever) points of contact as you deem appropriate.

I limit my questions to the foremost and salient as follows:

1.  In your fever chart (http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvrd/spb/mnpages/dispages/ebola/ebolatable.htm) there emerges a pattern of disparity between indigenous Africans  and non-indigenous medical personnel.  Why did the indigenous Africans die in such large ratios while all of your exposed medical staff survived?

2.  Based on the above chart, whose medical fingers are on the pulse of this remote 3rd World region and why?  How are you informed of these Sub-Saharan “outbreaks?”

3.  Based on the above chart, there was a new strain of this disease  documented last year in which 37 Ugandans died.  What new strain is this?

4.  Based on the above chart, what do the parenthetical numbers mean next to the death-count?

5.  Based on your ebola documents, it is not easily conveyed from animals to humans, nor from humans to humans, saving exposure to “copious amounts of blood, vomitus and feces.”  Your traveler’s advice document states that it is remote that one would contract this fever.  Yet according to the above chart, great numbers of people have died from ebola in African outbreaks — ones that apparently have been observed by enough medical staff to write your manuals and documents.  And who have seen “copious amounts of blood, vomitus and feces.”  Please explain the duplicitous nature of your documentation thereby.  Why does it state that ebola is not easily contracted by travelers and yet the above chart documents people dying of it en masse spanning 1976 – 2007?  Is this disease a victim-selective microbe?

6.  In your A-Z list of bioterrorism diseases, why was your web page designed to yield microscopic print font?

7.  In one of the documents listed on your site, Messrs./Ms./Drs. E. Johnson, N. Jaax, White and P. Jahrling lethally infected monkeys via aerosolized ebola virus in 1995.  This indicates that plenty of home-made terror is cooking in your labs.  For what perceived impending foe could such a fever spray of mass destruction be warranted?

8.  Based on my extensive study of your web site and by your organisational charts, I am compelled to infer that the biological warfare sector of the War Department (now called the Department of Defence) has been absorbed by the “health and human services/centers for disease, etc.” side of the house.  Is my inference correct?

*******(end of cited text)*****************

So you can see how I am prompted to question and investigate a new disease when old ones are surrounded by such peculiarities.  Especially one that the medical industry refuses to acknowledge but yet is taking notes.  They have gone so far as to imply that victims of Morgellons are imagining the disease.  Photographs I have seen look real enough.  Be wary of the fabricated things, however.  The government and their partners appear to be cranking dis-info/psy-op/mock sites galore.  This is done when people publish truth that threatens to upset apple carts.  Dis-info campaigns are launched to inundate and confuse.

Remember dear readers, truth has a flavor.  If you are here, you already have a taste for it.  Keep reading.  And I’ll keep writing.  Dam the torpedoes.

As for what they are calling Morgellons disease, the company line has a familiar ring to it.



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