Quorum Sensing and Sensory Overload

In this article I will attempt to pull my latest findings together.

If you have not watch Bonnie Bassler’s TED talk on Quorum Sensing please view it now.

If you were unaware that herpes is a lipid coated virus please read here and candida is a lipid coated fungus please read here and also here.

Candida Albicans occurs naturally in your gut, but our carb heavy acidic diet have given candida room to grow and flourish.  Candida has a natural harmonic just like herpes and tuberculosis of 1552 Hz.  I know this because my Doug Coil Rife Machine causes vibrations in my gut, liver, and tail bone and I’ve been researching this for 15 years.  Now, this natural harmonic will not kill candida or herpes, but it is great at detecting it.

If 80% of our immune system is in our gut, doesn’t that mean 80% of our illness is in our gut?” – Me, 2015

What does candida, herpes, and quorum sensing have to do with why I have chronic herpes?

First, our bodies know perfectly well how to eliminate the herpes virus but our immune systems cannot handle a virulent onset meaning the immune system is overwhelmed by too many of the virus.  Does this mean that through quorum sensing millions of infected cells automatically explode sending billions of herpes virus cells into our system?  That is one take and may have some influence on initial outbreaks, but I believe long-term, chronic herpes is caused by Candida Albicans overgrowth.  Through lipid hemi-fusion herpes binds to Candida Albicans creating a fantastic symbiotic relationship.  Fungus grows in oxygen, viruses don’t.  Fungi have incredible defense mechanisms including a cyst state where they curl up into an impenetrable ball to avoid swings in pH.  Fungus can unfurl  to create an enormous interwoven mesh and penetrate billions of cells (arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF)).  Now, picture candida biofilm covering the entire lining of a colon (small & large) and the herpes virus clinging to it for dear life.  It might look something like this at a microscopic level:



This is how herpes survives and produces chronic virulent onset.  Valtrex removes herpes from the human cells using phosphorylation quite well, yet at my worst, if I stopped Valtrex for a day I’d have issues, burning, outbreak, etc.  And, herpes can’t build an army overnight – so where are the billions of herpes viruses needed to create virulence all hiding out.  They are hiding in the gut as noted by my Doug Coil Rife Machine.  When I pass this machine over my back at 1552 Hz my intestines vibrate indicating I have herpes and candida.  As you might imagine, shaking the bush causes the release of the berries and this leads to an outbreak the next day or two.

Thus to treat chronic herpes, I had to treat candida.  I started with essential oils with good success, but not even 75% of the candida was gone.  Next I moved to fermented S. Boullardii drink for about 6-8 months and that maybe killed 85%, however, my gut was still showing signs of candida and so was my liver.  Doctors in the U.S. refuse to treat with anti-fungals due to the liver damage it causes (which I believe is from too much fungus in the liver to begin with) and the rapid drug resistance that funguses form.

My final question is this, can I flood my gut with so much good bacteria and good fungus that there is too much quorum traffic?  Can I interrupt the communications of the bad bacteria and bad fungus by having too much good bacteria and good fungus in my gut.  If there are too many neighbors, will the bad bacteria and fungus hide out in a non-virulent state until the body can eliminate them.

I was on Valtrex for about a month at 1 gram per day, but the arthralgia and arthritis pain it caused was too much.  I’ve been off Valtrex now for 2 months and everything seems to be going very well.

I continue to drink Yakult probiotic drink, take probiotics, take S. Boullardii and drink fermented S. Boullardii and I try to eat a large salad every day to help the gut heal and provide my body with the nutrients it needs.


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