Pork the Cause of Multiple Sclerosis?
is Multiple Sclerosis?
Sclerosis, more commonly referred to as MS, is a progressive disease
of the nervous system. In a healthy person the nerve fibres are coated
with a fatty substance, called the myelin sheath. In MS patients,
this myelin coating is gradually broken down by inflamed nerve cells.
As a result nerve signals to and from the brain are disrupted.
of Multiple Sclerosis
symptoms of MS are not unlike those of diabetes and impending stroke
victims. They include vision, balance, speech and urinary problems.
In addition there could be mood changes, and muscle spasms.
HHV-6 Virus as an Immediate Cause
of Multiple Sclerosis.
24th 1997 there was a press release in which a Herpes Virus Strain,
HHV-6, was identified as a “trigger” of MS. HHV-6 stands for Human
believe that there may be a point in time during the progression of
MS when the virus, which lies dormant in the body for years, reactivates
…(and) that the reactivation of HHV-6 virus may be associated with
the breakdown of the protective covering of nerves, called myelin.”
read the full press release
Virus Strain Identified as a Trigger in Multiple Sclerosis”
of the HHV-6 Virus
one year later, on October 19th 1998, ABCNEWS.com announced that there
was a readily available treatment to fight the HHV-6 virus. Moreover
a blood test had been developed to indicate when the HHV-6 virus reactivated.
Marie Brancato was diagnosed with MS last year, her blood test revealed
plenty of active HHV-6. Now, since she’s been taking an anti-viral
drug twice-a-day, there’s no sign of it.”
read the complete article by John McKenzie “The
Key to Multiple Sclerosis?”
Virus Diagnostic Online
later, on November 13th 2000 “ViraCor” published an article in which
the results of a study were reported. The study showed that people
with MS had a significantly higher incidence of active HHV-6 than
the control group.
It was confirmed in the article that the effectiveness of an anti-viral
drug on the suppression of HHV-6 could be monitored by blood sample
to read the complete article
Research in Multiple Sclerosis"
ViraCor” article entitled “What is Human Herpesvirus 6 (HHV-6)?” recent
studies demonstrated that active HHV-6 infections are not seen in
studies have revealed active HHV-6 infections in single, random blood
samples taken from Multiple Sclerosis (MS) patients (56% positive)
and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) patients (39% positive).Normal,
healthy controls were negative for active HHV-6 virus (0% positive).
This is a significant finding and demonstrates that active HHV-6 infections
are not seen in healthy people without these disease associations.”
to read the complete article
is Human Herpesvirus 6 (HHV-6)?"
summary by ViraCor, entitled “HHV-6 and Multiple Sclerosis” is a must
for everyone to read. In this article Vira Cor conclude that:
… a sizeable proportion of patients with MS suffer from active, disseminated
infections of HHV-6, including infection of their CNS. We believe
that this infection may be the fundamental cause of the disease, which
raises the possibility that MS may be amenable to effective treatment
with pharmacologic agents capable of suppressing the replication of
to read the full summary of “HHV-6
and Multiple Sclerosis”
Hope with the Latest Research in the HHV-6 Virus
In a recent email from a friend, Andy Dennis, in the UK dated August
4th 2001, he said:
treatment reported in our press this week shows some promise. The
the Central Nervous System damaged by MS is the covering of the nerves
as the myelin sheath. It has been discovered that the myelin sheath
the lower leg nerves is much tougher than that in the rest of the
Therefore experiments have been carried out where myelin from the
has been used to prepare injections elsewhere in the body with "promising"
Geographical Incidence of Multiple Sclerosis
MS is most
prevalent in South Australia and New Zealand as well as Northern Europe,
the USA and Canada.
Factors associated with the Geographical Incidence of Multiple Sclerosis
It is logical to assume that unless MS is hereditary, any sort of
interference with the nervous system must have an external cause.
Looking at the geography of the disease there must be a common factor
common factors in the geographical distribution are:
The spread of Western Civilization
The spread of Christianity
Since MS was around before atomic radiation, that factor can be immediately
erased as a cause of MS.
Similarly, although it would appear to be a Caucasian disease,
Race as the cause of MS can be crossed off the list because ultimately
MS does not discriminate between Races.
That leaves the spread of Western Civilization, the spread of Christianity
and Diet to be considered as the common factors in the geographical
distribution of MS.
Significantly, each of these factors is linked to the remaining two,
common denominator … Pork!
As outlined above, a lot of research has recently been done into the
HHV-6 virus as the immediate cause of MS. Normally the HHV-6 virus
lies dormant in the body but in MS patients it is reactivated.
As Pork is the common denominator in the geographical distribution
of MS could it just be possible that it is Pork (including Pork products
and/or pork by-product) which is the agent which reactivates the HHV-6
do Christians eat Pork?
Why is that
in places which embrace Western Civilization, and ergo Christianity,
the people eat Pork? After all, in the other major religions of the
world … Judaism, Buddhism, and Islam … the eating of Pork is strictly
prohibited. In Hinduism a vegetarian diet is recommended but not enforced.
Christians inherited many of their beliefs from the Jews, but only
those which suited them. Jews have very strict food laws, including
not eating pork, camel, rabbit or hare … the reason being that they
do not have the three safe attributes:
parteth the hoof, and is clovenfooted, and cheweth the cud among the
beasts, that shall ye eat.”
However the prohibition not only includes the consumption of pork,
it extends for example, to the contamination of clothes, cooking vessels
and water. To break the prohibition means that a person becomes “unclean”,
in other words, becomes ill.
The Jews inherited their food laws from the Ancient Egyptians, who
had many thousands of years in which to document a guide to safe food
eating. When the Ancient Egyptians created the constellations they
did not include the pig. There are no pigs in heaven!
For a full account of the Ancient Egyptian and Jewish food laws see
to learn more about “Ancient
Egyptians and the Constellations”
question remains: Why did Christians decide
to disregard these ancient food laws?
The answer lies in "Acts".
hint of a rejection of the food laws is found in
where it is recorded that Peter visited Cornelius. When Peter went
to prey he became hungry, then fell into a trance. He saw heaven open
and a great vessel descend holding all manner of beasts. A voice bid
Peter to eat but he refused on the grounds that he had never eaten
anything common or unclean. The voice replied: “What
God hath cleansed, that call not thou uncommon.”
The final rejection of the food laws (and indeed of most of the Jewish
Law) is found in Acts
where the meeting of the Council at Jerusalem is recorded. The rejection
comes in response to the Jewish element directing that the Gentile
Christians should be circumcised and keep the Law. However the leaders
of the fledgling Church claimed that they had given no such commandment,
considering that keeping to the Jewish Law was a subversion of the
soul. Instead it was decided:
to lay upon you no greater burden than these necessary things; that
ye abstain from meats offered to idols, and from blood, and from things
strangled, and from fornication …” Acts
The death knell would have sounded for the early Christian Church
had its leaders insisted that their new Gentile members be circumcised
and keep the Jewish Law. They would have left in droves! Thus it was
good strategy on the part of the Council at Jerusalem to rescind the
way was open for Christians to eat Pork!
Side Effects of Eating Pork
The side effects
of eating Pork are well documented and attested. Perhaps the most
famous example is that of the Buddha who died from food poisoning
after eating a pork dinner. Other side effects of eating Pork include:
inflammation, itchiness, swelling, obesity, meningo-encephalitis,
arthritis, focal granulomas or abscesses, body odour, bad breath,
hot or cold flushes, headache, dizziness, heartburn, seizures, stroke,
epilepsy, ocular cysts and myelopathy.
The parasitic Trichinae Worm, which is also referred to as the Pork
Worm, is responsible for some horrific deaths among humans who eat
Pork. From the stomach the worm gradually invades the muscular
system, but the side effects are often attributed to other causes.
Eventually the lava mature into worms, die and calcify, forming cysts.
At this stage the disease is called “Cysticercosis”. However when
the encysted worms are found on any of: the brain, spinal cord, the
membranes enclosing the brain and spinal cord (meninges) or the eyes,
then the disease is called “Neurocysticercosis”.
In an article “Pig Facts” the process of development of the Trichinae
Worm is explained.
“The Trichinae is enclosed in a little cyst or sac, which, when taken
into the stomach, is dissolved by the gastric juice …and … gradually
works its way throughout the whole muscular system.
In five to seven days the larvae mature in the muscles of the human
body. When they finish their life cycle they become encysted into
the internal organs of the host.
The pork worm is unable to be detected with the human eye and most
pathologists have reported that there is a possibility for nearly
half a million of trichinae to be found in each pound of muscle tissue
of the host.”
read the complete article “Pig
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article entitled “Neurosurgery on the Web” Dr. A. Vincent Thamburaj
defines Cysticercosis, outlines the clinical features and diagnosis,
radiological appearance and treatment.
is probably the most common parasitic infestation of the human nervous
system. Humans acquire the infestation by eating infected undercooked
pork (measly pork). Cysticercosis is acquired by ingestion of eggs
… of the pork tapeworm … either by ingestion of contaminated salads
or water, or by auto infection due to ano-oral contamination or reverse
peristalsis. Tapeworm infestation can occur only in nonvegetarians,
but Cysticercosis may occur in vegetarians also.”
to read the complete article
on the Web”
of the Pig
It is not
only the consumption of Pork and Pork products which can be harmful,
there are also the by-products of Pig to be considered. For
example: emulsifiers, soap, shampoos and hair conditioners, liquid
make-up and face creams, toothpaste and shaving cream. All of these
Pig by-products are absorbed into the body, mainly through the skin.
In the case of toothpaste they are taken in through the mouth, and
perhaps like me, you might even swallow the toothpaste rinse water,
using it as a mouth wash.
to learn more about Pig by-products
in the article "Everything
But the Oink"
food laws, which were inherited by the Jews, were rejected by the
early Christian Church. As a result it became admissable for Christians
to eat Pork ... with the dire consequence that Pork is the possible
cause of MS.
In a Westernized
and/or Christian society Pork, Pork products and Pig by-products are
in everyday use. We use them without realising it, we are bombarded
by them. People in non-Westernized and/or non-Christian societies
rarely, if ever, eat Pork or use Pork products, and rarely, if ever,
suffer from Muscular Sclerosis. It makes a person think:
the activator for HHV-6 and Muscular Sclerosis?”
Research into Diabetes
shows that in the past 130 years, there has been a steady increase
in fats and simple sugars in the American diet. And, this increase
mirrors the increase in the incidence of Diabetes. It has been suggested
that the way to stop the epidemic of diabetes is to change the eating
habits of Americans. This would entail a decrease in the fat intake
(meat and milk) and an increase in the intake of complex carbohydrates
(unprocessed fruits and vegetables, unrefined grains … pasta and whole
to read the complete article “Adult
Please email me, especially if you have MS
but know with absolute certainty
that you have NEVER contaminated your body
with Pork, Pork products or Pork by-products.