Some of the clues for this are the fact that Parasitic Lung Infection / Parasitic Pneumonia both have nearly the exact symptoms as COVID-19 is said to have.
An even more interesting clue is that the 2 most effective drugs being used so far to 'fight' COVID are both anti-parasitc medications:
Ivermectin (used for Parasites in animals and humans) and Hydroxychloroquine and/or Quinine (an anti-malarial drug used for the mosquito borne parasitic infection that causes Malaria).
Consider these descriptions of Malaria:
"Malaria is caused by Plasmodium parasites. The parasites are spread to people through the bites of infected female Anopheles mosquitoes, called "malaria vectors." There are 5 parasite species that cause malaria in humans, and 2 of these species – P. falciparum and P. vivax – pose the greatest threat."
"Malaria is a serious and sometimes fatal disease caused by a parasite that commonly infects a certain type of mosquito which feeds on humans. People who get malaria are typically very sick with high fevers, shaking chills, and flu-like illness. Four kinds of malaria parasites infect humans: Plasmodium falciparum, P."
Another parasitic lung infection that can mimic COVID is Ascariasis:
After you swallow the tiny (microscopic) ascariasis eggs, they hatch in the small intestine and the larvae migrate through the sor lymphatic system into the lungs. At this stage, you may experience signs and symptoms similar to asthma or pneumonia, including:
- Persistent cough
- Shortness of breath
After spending 10 to 14 days in the lungs, the larvae travel to the throat, where you begin to cough them out.
Ascariasis isn't spread directly from person to person. Instead, a person has to come into contact with infected water or soil mixed with human or pig feces that contain ascariasis eggs.
In some developing countries, human feces are used for fertilizer, or poor sanitary facilities allow human waste to mix with soil in yards, ditches and fields. This produce is then shipped to many countries worldwide.
Unwashed fruits or vegetables grown in these contaminated soils can also then transmit the ascariasis eggs. People can also get Ascariasis from eating under-cooked meat such as pig or chicken liver that is infected.
Small children often play in dirt, and infection can occur if they put their dirty fingers in their mouths where the ascariasis eggs can then be taken up and then swallowed.
It is interesting too that the best defense against ascariasis is good hygiene and common sense - wash your hands! Follow these tips to avoid infection:
- Practice good hygiene. Before handling food, always wash your hands with soap and water. Wash fresh fruits and vegetables thoroughly.
- Use care when traveling. Use only bottled water, and avoid raw vegetables unless you can peel and wash them.
Other protozoal parasites that can infect the lungs are:
- Pulmonary paragonimiasis is most frequently seen in south east Asia but also occurs in central Africa and South America. It is caused by lung flukes
- Pulmonary malaria - Tropical and subtropical areas, Mosquito-borne infection
- Pulmonary babesiosis - Ixodes tick-borne infection
- Pulmonary toxopalsmosis - ingestion, worldwide
The truth is that there are many infectious diseases and their numbers are growing due to a host of factors ranging from mass food production and distribution to lack of oversight and poor hygiene.
In light of this possibility, it is not all that surprising then that they are closing down eating establishments as well as trying to re-make the food production system.
God has given instruction in the Bible against mass food production, and that everyone should have their own well and their own orchard:
"Eat ye every one of his vine, and every one of his fig tree, and drink ye every one the waters of his own cistern;" Isaiah 36:16
(See also Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of this article.)
MAYO CLINIC - https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/ascariasis/symptoms-causes/syc-20369593
*Quinine is an antimalarial drug which is made from Cinchona bark. The mode of action of quinine is similar to chloroquine
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