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Thursday, September 1, 2016

FROM HORSE TO HUMAN BEING


Horse anemia is a disease of horses causing intermittent fever, anemia, emaciation, weight loss and often results in death.

Horse anemia is a disease of horses causing intermittent fever, anemia, emaciation, weight loss and often results in death.


The virus of infectious Anaemia of horses used once again as war strategies. Research during World War II till now a taboo



Research work by the German armed forces on infectious Anaemia horse was already targeted towards its transmission to human beings at an early stage. Already towards the end of World War I, the first tests in this regard were obviously successful. 

According to Luhrs, the army veterinary surgeon in charge of the Animal Epidemics Research Institute from 1917 to 1999, meat from anemia horses was fed to pigs, dogs, without these animals suffering from Infectious Anaemia Horses.

Even people can eat such cooked meat without a problem, as has been proved by several experiments carried out on a large number of soldiers and myself personally, Luhrs claimed in his report. The indirect warning of eating uncooked food leads one to assume that there must obviously also have been experiments uncooked meat from anemia infected horses. 

Shortly after the end of the war, Luhrs was able, in his capacity as a research scientist in the military veterinary academy in Berlin, to report on new tests involving the Infectious Anaemia of Horses complex. It was now necessary to clarify how the human being reacted to the horse virus when administered in the form of a healing serum.

"Corresponding tests are being carried out and would soon provide us with a statement," he announced, one can take as a test result the statement made by this veterinary surgeon that he himself was infected with the causing agent of Infectious Anaemia of a horse.

The external symptoms of the disease according to Luhrs, persistent diarrhea with traces of blood, weakness, headache, zoster on both sides in the stomach skin area and the reduction of white blood cells. 

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