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Lyme Disease

   We've all heard about the Bubonic Plague epidemic of 1333 AD that wiped out approximately one quarter of the world's population. The plague ravaged quickly through many European cities due to unsanitary conditions in those cities that produced an overpopulation of rats. But in our modern world we don't have to worry about something like that ever happening again, or do we?

   In the early 1970s doctors in southwestern Connecticut struggled with hundreds of new cases of "Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis" in young children, but the cause of this crippling disease always remained a mystery. Then in 1975, a sudden increase in cases in the small town of Lyme, Connecticut caused doctors to launch an investigation into finding a cause for this epidemic. Doctors first noticed that most of the cases were occurring in children who played near wooded areas. It was soon determined that in all cases, the children had been bitten by a tick just prior to the development of the disease. Lyme disease is caused by a type of microbe known as "spirochetes" that also cause diseases such as Syphilis and Leptospirosis which can lie dormant within the body for many years, damaging the body's organs over time.

   Lyme Disease was mistakenly labelled as "Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis" for many years because doctors failed to take notice of ecological changes happening in the natural environment of southwestern Connecticut. In spite of numerous technological advances in modern medicine, it's an unfortunate fact that modern medical professionals failed to take notice of the fact that all modern plagues were actually caused by man's ignorance of the laws of nature. Doctors still do not recognized the vital role disease mechanisms play in God's perfectly balanced ecosystem. If you want to know the identity of the original host animal for Lyme Disease and learn how Lyme Disease actually began, click on the safe link below and order your copy of Edward Oliver's book, "Prophets and Frauds."






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