Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 7 October 2023

Parasites by name, by nature, and by origin

Infections of humans caused by parasites number in the billions and range from relatively innocuous to fatal. The diseases caused by these parasites constitute major human health problems throughout the world, and some say that parasites really could be at the root of most chronic illnesses and many forms of so-called mental illness too

Why then are we not being tested for parasites when presenting with ailments that are known to be potentially caused by these parasites? Too often we are simply offered a life-long subscription to big pharma med.

What are Parasites?

The word “parasites” is used in two senses. However, the parasites being referred to today, are, “everything living on you or in you, not just to perch, but to take its food from you” is a parasite according to Dr Hulda Clark, who was an independent research scientist and author of books on alternative health: including “The Cure for All Cancers.” Decades-long research brought her to conclude: that all human disease comes from only two causes: Parasites and Pollution.

Parasites are an integral part of the biosphere and are so diverse and pervasive that they virtually infect every free-living organism, potentially influencing, among other things, host health, behaviour, population size, food web dynamics, and community structure Source.

During their life, parasitic organisms typically go through several developmental stages that involve changes not only in structure but also in biochemical and antigenic composition. Some helminth larval stages have little resemblance to the adult stages (for example, those of tapeworms and flukes).

Some parasitic protozoa also change greatly during their life history; for example, Toxoplasma gondii is an intestinal coccidian in cats but in humans takes on a different form and localizes in deep tissues. Some of these infections can convert from a well-tolerated or asymptomatic condition to life-threatening disease. (source)


Food and water are the most common sources of parasite and invading organism transmission, and as we eat and drink often we are frequently exposed to them, cleaning and cooking methods are not enough to destroy them.The CDC (Center for Disease Control) cites food as the catalyst behind 80 percent of the pathogenic outbreaks in the U.S. According to Dr. Ross Andersen, who says;

“Other prominent physicians agree with me; that in human history, the parasite challenge is likely the most unrecognized of all endemic problems. Because they cannot be seen and rarely present immediate symptoms, they remain invisible as a cause or contributing factor to what can be a serious disorder.”

Our pets and other animals can also become infected internally with parasites and through contaminated water and food, and they can also be infected by organisms on their fur/bodies, due to exposure to infected animal wastes (source). Many parasitic infections are transmitted from animals to humans (zoonotic infections), but the human disease may or may not resemble the disease caused in the lower animal host.

“The most important element in diagnosing a parasitic infection is often the physician’s suspicion that a parasite may be involved—a possibility that is too often overlooked.” I have never heard that a doctor has thought parasites might be involved in an individual’s illness, of course, that is not to say they never do, but I would imagine it to be rare.

Parasitic diseases Have Increased

Yet, it is known that parasitic illnesses have increased. and the most common parasite in humans, Ascaris lumbricoides ( human roundworm) is said to infect approximately 30 percent of the world’s population.

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