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Sunday, August 3, 2014

The Current News On The Very Strange Things About The Ebola Out Break-Prophecy In The News

And there shall be pestilence in various places...

I will be posting two articles about whats going on. Let me first say the following facts and questions;

1. This is the worse out break in history

2. It is starting to spread all over

3. The normal protocol Has always been to isolate the affected area, always, ever see the movie, ' Out Break” that is the normal protocol, not this time, why?

4. The Ebola is isolated at once, the CDC, the WHO have even said in spite of it, no trade restrictions or travel restrictions in the worse virus out break of Ebola in History?

5. Could this be THE virus the prophecy came forth about, I do not think so, but it is serious.

Note: It just came to my mind tonight, I am giving advice below as an Herbalist, thus the law requires I say the following.

The information given is for personal use, it is not to advise you not to seek out professional medical help, if you are ill seek medical attention by a Doctor. The advice below n no way is intended to replace seeking out professional medical help in anyway.

Now that I said that, I will say this, were talking Ebola , Ok it has a 90% kill rate, taking the below herbal measures would be highly recommended as by the time you sought medical help, if you could, you would be DEAD. LOL. Many may soon be hearing he words spoken during the European black plague," Bring out your dead".

 

6. The CDC and Who says there is no treatment for this virus, not true, if you have read my advice as a Master herbalist on this site and on the herbal teaching blog, I no longer work on, had to cut things out. I have said and plead, get Oil of Oregano, or Thyme oil, or Cinnamon oil and take it daily as to prevent any bad bugs, but if any out break happened you shift ASAP, to taking tablets of GSE, grapefruit seed Extract, in the books, 'Herbal Antibiotics' and 'Herbal anti virus's', we learn. GSE did indeed stop people in the Congo from getting Ebola, no one could understand it, they later found out, the ones who were not getting it were eating whole Grapefruit, skin, fruit, and seeds, This is what lead medical and herbalist to look into GSE, the only true 100% fruit-herb, seeds, antibiotic known. So again, take these measures now, we have many virus's that are antibiotic resistant in America right now, so do not wait on this advice, please.

7. This virus, the odd and first time ever this has happened in history is Ebola, normally comes and goes very fast, it lays dormant a long time, comes back, but normally last weeks at most, this has been months, a first and we see bible prophecy hands down on this one..and there shall be pestilences.

It is an odd thing indeed, nothing to fear, but due to the fact we are in the birth pains and we see, will see war, pestilence, famine, we must be prudent to take measures to prevent these coming and on going Pestilences. Lastly I was reading on the USGS site, as of July 2014, the world has had more Earth quakes already in 2014, than in any other year since records were kept, yes beloved, we are in the birth pains and it is soon to give birth.

Now the two new articles.

Fighting Ebola is ‘like trying to change a tire in a hurricane’


August 2014AFRICA - West Africa is grappling with one of the world’s most fearsome and elusive adversaries: the Ebola virus. So far, the World Health Organization tallies more than 700 dead, mostly in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea. That includes dozens of local health workers and the top Ebola doctors in Sierra Leone and Liberia. WHO chief Margaret Chan said Friday that the epidemic is out of control. Ebola, transmitted by contact with an infected person’s blood or other fluids, makes those eight excruciating days of high fever, diarrhea and often profuse bleeding from body orifices and even the skin’s pores. “The virus attacks the body’s soft tissues — a process some doctors describe, bluntly, as like watching a patient ‘dissolve,” Tribune correspondent Paul Salopek reported during a 2000 outbreak. There is no cure. No effective treatment. No vaccine. The rest of the world, a plane ride or two away, shudders. As with previous outbreaks, the virus shows no mercy. Ebola kills up to 90 percent of its victims with astonishing swiftness. The average time from start of symptoms to death is just eight days.
What’s going on is unprecedented,” Thomas Hope, a virologist at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, tells us. “Usually these things last two or three weeks and then get isolated.” Not this time. And, Hope says, usually the virus grows less lethal as it passes from person to person, so people get less and less sick from it. Not this time. “That is more than a little unnerving to me as a virologist because it suggests that maybe this strain is a little different or has adapted in a different way to cause disease in humans.” Infectious disease expert Dr. Michael Osterholm of the University of Minnesota tells us that this strain of Ebola isn’t likely to be much different than others, but that international public health and local government officials “were slow to understand how fast the virus was spreading.” That’s why doctors and other health professionals are struggling to contain the disease. “This is like trying to change a tire in a hurricane,” he says.
Ebola staged its first devastating appearance in simultaneous 1976 outbreaks in Sudan and in a Congo village near the Ebola River, from which the virus took its name. It confounded scientists at first because it strikes swiftly and retreats. Researchers collected tens of thousands of tropical plants, animals and insects, including bedbugs, mosquitoes and rats, searching for the virus’ carrier or “reservoir.” In this case, researchers believe bats were the carriers: People eat the bats, or possibly eat food that was contaminated by saliva, urine or feces from a bat. A fearsome disease quarantined far, far away? Maybe not for long. Consider the case of Patrick Sawyer, a naturalized U.S. citizen who worked in Liberia and was supposed to fly to Minneapolis in mid-August to celebrate birthdays for two of his three young daughters, as Michael Daly reports in The Daily Beast. Sawyer had been tending a sick sister in Liberia and had not known she had contracted Ebola until after she died. Sawyer grew ill while on a July 20 business flight. He collapsed at the Lagos, Nigeria, airport and died July 25. Sawyer’s wife told Daly, “I never thought Ebola would break down my front door, and that’s what it did.” Emory University Hospital officials in Georgia said they will treat an Ebola-infected American humanitarian workers airlifted from Africa to the U.S. The hospital played down risks, saying “physicians, nurses and staff are highly trained in the specific and unique protocols and procedures necessary to treat and care for this type of patient.” Yet the stealth and fierce resolve of viruses is an awesome and frightening natural wonder. Just as awesome: the courage of health professionals who don the medical equivalent of hazmat suits to treat patients, knowing they still may put their lives at grave risk. Merely touching an infected person’s skin is perilous. –Chicago Tribune

WHO warns of ‘catastrophic’ consequences of Ebola outbreak: disease is spreading faster than our ability to control it.


July 2014 AFRICA - The director-general of the World Health Organization warned Friday that the Ebola outbreak in West Africa is spreading quickly and the consequences could be “catastrophic” if greater efforts to control the outbreak aren’t put into place now. “This outbreak is moving faster than our efforts to control it,” Director-General Margaret Chan told the presidents of Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Ivory Coast at a gathering in Conakry, the capital of Guinea. “If the situation continues to deteriorate, the consequences can be catastrophic in terms of lost lives but also severe socioeconomic disruption and a high risk of spread to other countries,” she said. The world’s largest Ebola outbreak is in its fifth month and escalating in a poor corner of West Africa. Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia have together reported 1,323 cases, of whom 729 people have died. Neighboring Ivory Coast is at risk if the outbreak isn’t tamed. Also Friday, French authorities recommended for a second day that nationals suspend all travel to West African countries where cases of Ebola have been identified in a bid to prevent spread of the deadly disease to France. The WHO’s Dr. Chan praised the leaders gathered for their concern and political commitment—demonstrated this week with new measures such as deploying soldiers to quarantine stricken neighborhoods in Sierra Leone.
But, she said, “This meeting must mark a turning point in the outbreak response.” The dead include more than 60 health-care workers, she said, and other health-care staff have been infected. They include two Americans who are now believed to be under evacuation to the U.S. for intensive care. Dr. Chan said: “This is an unprecedented outbreak accompanied by unprecedented challenges.” Among them is the fact that it is caused by the most lethal Ebola strain. “Chains of transmission have moved underground. They are invisible. They are not being reported,” she said, “Because of the high fatality rate, many people in affected areas associate isolation wards with a sure death sentence, and prefer to care for loved ones in homes or seek assistance from traditional healers,” she said. “Such hiding of cases defeats strategies for rapid containment. Moreover, public attitudes can create a security threat to response teams when fear and misunderstanding turn to anger, hostility, or violence,” she said. However, she said that Ebola can be stopped with a well-managed response. She said that she would lead an international response coordinated by the WHO. Yesterday the organization said that it was launching such an effort with its member states that would cost $100 million.
The demands created by the outbreak in West Africa “outstrip your capacities to respond,” she told the four presidents. “The situation in West Africa is of international concern and must receive urgent priority for decisive action at national and international levels,” she said. Meanwhile, the French Foreign Ministry warned that travel to Liberia, Guinea, Sierra Leone and Nigeria should be suspended unless absolutely necessary. French citizens who travel to the area should avoid going to the jungles of Guinea and the areas identified in Sierra Leone and Liberia, the ministry said, adding people shouldn’t consume or manipulate meat from jungle animals and should avoid direct contact with body fluids from people suffering from high fever. When returning to France, people traveling from the four African countries should contact immediately emergency health services if they show symptoms such as fever. -WSJ

Note: Sierra Leone, is where the famed, blood diamonds come from.

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