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West Nile Virus

   Did the Rat Plague that raged across Europe in the 1300s, due to unsanitary conditions in Europe's cities, mark the end of man's ignorance of the cause of disease? Maybe not! In 1999, a new disease called West Nile Virus first appeared in New York City, and the source of this disease was never identified.

   The first known cases of West Nile Virus were recorded in 1937 in Uganda, Israel in 1957, France in the 1960s, South Africa in 1974, and Romania in 1996. In 1999 some cases were recorded in Russia, and in 1999 an outbreak of West Nile Virus occurred in New York City that affected 62 people and caused 7 deaths. West Nile Virus can leave its victims with permanent neurological damage, and its sister diseases, EEE, Saint Louis Fever, and La Cross Encephalitis, spread across the U.S. for decades, but the original host animal for West Nile was never found. All these disease epidemics could have been easily avoided if our medical doctors had just taken the time to observe and identify the changing set of conditions in the animal world that originally fostered these epidemics. It seems we are now in the same position as our European ancestors in 1350 A.D. who failed to realize it was unsanitary conditions in their cities that produced an overpopulation of rats and forced nature to send a disease upon the rats to reduce their population. The Bubonic Plague however, also reduced the human population of Europe by about 30%.

   In spite of the fact that we now live in the 21st century with all its medical miracles, our medical professionals still haven't correctly identified the original host animal for West Nile Virus. They also do not recognize the vital role that disease mechanisms play in God's natural system. If you want to know the correct identity of the original host animal for West Nile Virus, and learn how we could easily have avoided this epidemic, please click on the link below to order a copy of Edward Oliver's book, "Prophets and Frauds."






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