Lyme bacteria Cyst formation with detail Same as other cyst video. Slo-Mo and details at the end of the video. Two large "double spirochetes" Bb31 in BSKII agar with penicillin solution wicked across live slide prep. Lower right bugs. A perfect double spirochete. Double only forms one "cyst". Not sure why, maybe because they are still attached. If separated I think they would form two. Depending on which side of the lyme controversy you stand on. Dead bug or Dormant bug. lyme bug bacteria borrelia burgdorferi micro microbiology cells disease
Darkfield - Normal, Candida, Spirochete, Tubule / Parasite 1. Healthy Blood or close to it (my sons) 2 & 3. 2006 epstein barr, erlichia, lyme, faint/weak cell walls - anemia, low weight, food intolerances allergies discovered. health and wieght regained after medications such as doxycycline, herbs, probiotics and diet changed. medications also noted to work better when gut healed for son as well (dx celiac but youe see his healthy blood in the beginning of video 1.) 4. 2008 tubule=parasite. this is BLOOD not POO for anyone who thinks so, duh. there also is a lot of 'stuff' in there. dr said it seems i am not digesting well, and had noticed do have more intolerance to complex proteins and sugars becoming tired or dunk feeling after meat or sugar. enzymes, herbs, and other recommended as well to bring this to another qualified doctor to review. the tiny things that spin quick are the spirochetes. the big fat white things are white blood cells several months later, just recently passed a liver fluke. it was painful like passing a stone. at least now i hope another doc can give an antibiotic if it can be indeed identified. initally when i finnaly did get to another doctor they did not believe me, then later brought the video and a liver fluke sample. if you are brave enough to look at it, it is here, also possibly raundworm in another pic: s734 parasites in the USA (a few of many links found) www.cdc.gov liver fluke tied to raw fish thai m.nih.gov www.electroherbalism ...
Borellia burgdorferi spirochete in motion This is video of spirochetes and biofilm found in infected ticks throughout BC from Dr. Kindree and Dr. Banergee from the BC CDC. This video was given to Dr. Murakami by Dr. Kindree.
ALS & Borrelia burgdorferi, the Lyme disease spirochete-1 ALS & Borrelia burgdorferi, the Lyme disease spirochete
Lyme disease spirochetes under darkfield microscopy What the biowar researchers don't want you to know: Lyme victim Mark Stroud easily built his own darkfield microscope and filmed these little suckers in his own blood after receiving bogus diagnoses! See for yourself! To build a darkfield microscope yourself go to www.lyme- JUST GIVE US THE TRUTH AND A CURE
Lyme disease spirochetes under darkfield microscopy 3 Lyme victim Mark Stroud's 3rd home video of his own blood-- proving that his cells are infested with spirochetes. Visit his site to see how to build yourself a dark field microscope to film your own hungry spirochetes!!! www.lyme-
Spirochaetae and Diatoms Lead a Busy Life This film was made using a Swift FM-31 Field Microscope and Sony DSC-W7 Cybershot Camera, viewing a sample taken from a San Francisco Bay Salt Marsh pond at 800X magnification. The "snake-like" critters are Spirochete bacteria and the "boat-shaped" ones are Pennate Diatoms. Diatoms are algae in glass [silica] shells. That means they are tiny photosynthetic plants, using sunlight for energy. The role of the Spirochetes in this pond community is not known. Of the many millions of species of bacteria, only a very few are pathogens and even fewer are human pathogens. These little guys probably make their living digesting the remains of plant and animal material in the pond. The water in salt marsh ponds is often very salty, being as much as 5% salt.
Electromagnetic frequencies stun spirochete bacteria Video brought to by courtesy of Dr. William Nordquist, DMD. In this video we see 1000 Hz cause slowed activity of Lyme disease spirochetes. Observation at 1000X, oil immersion, phase contrast. The spirochetes in this video are not (as far as we know) Lyme disease spirochetes - they are oral bacteria which Dr. Nordquist finds in the mouths of many patients with periodontal disease. IMPORTANT Note that in this video, there are many other moving organisms and substances. These other substances will not be effected by the frequencies. Focus ONLY on the spiral shapes, the spirochetes, in the screen. The slowing of their motion is subtle but after you watch the video several times it will be unmistakable. This researcher will be working on additional videos like this one. He is also publishing a book, due out in January, entitled "The Stealth Killer: Is Oral Spirochetosis the Missing Link in the Dental and Heart Disease Labyrinth?" Look for the book at in January of 2009. Video courtesy of Dr. William Nordquist, DMD.
Lyme disease spirochetes under darkfield microscopy 2 Mark Stroud's second home video of his own blood's friendly neighborhood spirochetes... Mark built his own darkfield microscope and started filming the hungry critters gobbling his blood cells! Lyme biowarfare researchers want you to believe that these spirochetes are impossible to see and to find in human blood!! Another Lyme Lie exposed by an angry layman tired of mendacity! See how to build your own dark field microscope at Makr's site: www.lyme-
Spirochete in the Weep Sample from the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Reserve, Weep site. Videomicrograph at 1000x magnification, Hoffman Modulation Contrast optics. See "Spirochaetes" in Wikipedia.
Dr. Eva Sapi - Bacterial Biofilms and Lyme Disease This video is a 10 minute clip, part of a 70 minute interview with Dr. Sapi from the University of New Haven. She is credited with being the first researcher to demonstrate that Lyme spirochetes can actually create their own complex biofilm community to survive indefinitely within their hosts; both human and animal. Interview excerpts & videos with Bacterial Biofilm Experts (doctors & researchers): The documentary web site:
nasty bugs in your mouth—spirochetes Clustering spirochetes in a child. Spirochetes cause disease in man. Oral spirochetes have been found in the brains of alzheimers patients, in the plaques of heart disease patients, and are perhaps the link between gum disease and heart attack. The spores of spirochetes have been found in virtually all coronary artery plaques.
Spirochete Investigates Purple Non-Sulfur Bacteria See the Purple Non-Sulfur Bacteria colony. Next to the Purple colony, see a Spirochete wriggling in its awkward way. These critters are part of the hidden ecology of Micro-communities in salt ponds out on Heron's Head Park Salt Marsh, San Francisco Bay.
HOW TERMITES DIGEST WOOD First a video of a Western Termite [at about 10x magnification]. Then we cut to the Termite's gut and look inside - first at 200x magnification, then at 1000x magnification. What you see is not a nano-machine, it is a Protozoan symbiont that lives in the Termite's gut. It actually digests the wood the Termite eats. Then it excretes sugars and nutrients that the Termite can use. The details get a little more complicated, because the Protozoan has its own symbiont, a Spirochete bacterium. At this point you may want to GOOGLE the words "Hypermastigote", "Trichonympha", "Termite symbiont", and "Termite spirochete".
Spirochete: The Spins, White Matter in the Frontal Lobe, Bitten Choreographed by Meg Van Dyck Danced by Christie Clovis, Johnny Di George, Cyndal Ellis, Vida King, Ukoiya Mastin, Brooke Paige, Meg Van Dyck Music: Radiohead & Original Composition Written and Performed by D. Hayward, Bass
Lyme Spirochete - Live blood ***ysis Spirochete seen in my blood during live blood ***ysis using dark field microscopy.
Treatment of Oral Spirochetes with a Nd:Yag laser Dr John Lin and Dr. Bill Nordquist are treating oral spirochetes with a NdYag laser. They came up with some unusual results. Dr. Nordquist's book, "The Stealth Killer: Is Oral Spirochetosis the Missing Link in the Dental and Heart Disease Labyrinth?" is available from . You can keep up with Dr. Nordquist's latest work on his blog: .
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Darkfield microsopy of Treponema pallidum syphilis spirochetes STI outpatient clinic GGD Amsterdam Live Treponema pallidum spirochete, the bacteria that causes syphilis. Wet mount preparation from peri*** condyloma lata scrapings, darkfield microscopy 1000x magnification. STI outpatient clinic Municipal Health Service (GGD) Amsterdam, The Netherlands
borrelia burgdorferi in Culture Lyme borreliosis Borrelia burgdorferi spirochetes In Laboratory culture Additional images of Borrelia including Cystic forms, granular forms and cell wall deficient forms are posted on the website
disease caused by spirochetes.MOV A diseased mouth infected with spirochetes. 90% of our patients are infected with these creatures which are able to do remarkable things. Lyme disease and syphilis both very debilitating illnesses are cause by a spirochete. Why had dentistry chosen to think of the sulcus as a unique habitat somehow divorced from the body? This thing
Oral Spirochetes and Parkinson's disease Patient with Parkinson's disease has oral spirochetes
Spirochetes that cause Lyme Disease Video of spirochetes. www.lyme-disease-research-. The Lyme Disease Research Database is an on going database of lyme research, articles, news, therapies and lifestyle support resources.
Bleb dynamics mycoplasma? This is a sample of prostatic fluid taken from patientX; indications of prostatitis Micrograph is approx. 1600X phase contrast. The object is easily overlooked due to transparency. The unknown organism is displaying excystation qualities similar to spirochete bacteria. There are no spirochetes observed in patient. The object emerged from macrophage.
Canadians first to illustrate Lyme disease bacterium July 2, 2008 CTV National News Canadian researchers are the first in the world to use high-resolution, 3-D imaging to create dramatic new footage of the bacterium that causes Lyme disease as it moves through the bloodstream of a living host. See Follow-up interview: "July 3, 2008 - Understanding Lyme disease"
Jittery Spirochete Also Leads A Busy Life This Spirochete bacterium is from a salt pond in the Heron's Head Park Salt Marsh, San Francisco Bay. It was shot with a Swift FM-31 Field Microscope at 800X and a Sony DSC-W7 Cybershot Camera. The jittery movement may appear odd, but this little guy normally lives in the viscous water/mud interface underneath a thick mat of Cyaobacteria. Spirochetes have internal flagella, anchored at intervals along the filament. These flagella spin, creating the jittery movement.
Spirochetes through the microscope B&W Recording of Oral Fauna as observed through microscope.
Spirochete in New Chicago Salt Marsh This Spirochete was found in a sample from a floating Mat. The role of such Spirochetes in the Salt Marsh economy is not known.
Lyme Disease in Europe Lyme live spirochete, microscope, ticks, transmission, initial symptoms, chronic Lyme disease symptoms, types of Lyme disease in Europe, cancer.
The Return of Count Spirochete (1973) This video was shared on DOD's Armed with Science blog: go.usa.gov Produced for the National Naval Medical Center in 1973, The Return of Count Spirochete is a delightful animated cartoon dramatizing the medical facts about venereal disease. As the story begins, we join the (probably) world famous "Communicable Disease of the Year Award" ceremony, which acknowledges the one disease that has "done the most effective job of contaminating others." Smallpox, diphtheria, tuberculosis, and the common cold are all serious contenders for the coveted "Fourth Horseman." However, in a surprising turn of events, the award goes to Count Spirochete (aka syphilis), much to the chagrin of the other contestants. In response to their outrage, the master of ceremonies then proceeds to explain in graphic detail the various reasons why Count Spirochete is deserving of the award. For more DOD science and technology, visit DOD's Armed with Science blog at science.dodlive.mil.
Spirochete Spirochete as imaged using CytoViva's enhanced resolution capabilities
the spirochete blues stephen and i were playing with my phone and then this happened. trying to make the most out of every second that passes by. lyme disease in high def.
Acute necrotizing gingivitis. Spirochetes in the gingival sulcus of tooth #8 in ANUG. These poor people will have many systemic manifestations of spirochete disease in later life. Dentists are for the most part ignoring these killers.
Spirochete Spirochete is a new life form. Only because of Lyme disease has their been adequate research time put into it
Treating Lyme Disease With Hyperbaric Oxygen It was shown by Austin that the spirochete could not survive if transferred in air to another host, but would survive if transferred in a gas mixture of 4% oxygen. This demonstrated that the spirochete could not survive in an oxygen partial pressure of 160-mm Hg (the partial pressure of oxygen in air), but could survive in a partial pressure of 30-mm Hg (which is the partial pressure of 4% oxygen at 1 atmosphere, absolute (ground level pressure). Therefore, it seems clear that a lethal level of oxygen for the spirochete falls somewhere between 30 mm Hg, and 160 mm Hg. It also is known that while the inspired partial pressure of oxygen is approximately 160 mm Hg, at the tissue level, the partial pressure of oxygen normally is approximately 30-35 mm Hg. Thus, it would not be expected that breathing air at ground level would cause any damage to the spirochete. However, if the patient were placed in a hyperbaric chamber and the pressure increased to 2. 36 atmospheres, absolute (ata), the total barometric pressure would be 1794 mm Hg. If the patient were then to breathe pure oxygen the inspired partial pressure of oxygen would be 1794 mm Hg. Inspired oxygen is diluted by carbon dioxide and water vapor in the alveoli, so that the arterial blood would be exposed to an oxygen partial pressure of approximately 1700-mm Hg, and the tissue oxygen would be between 200 and 300 mm Hg. This clearly would be above lethal oxygen levels for the spirochete since ...
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Spirochetes in Spinal Fluid from Patient with Dementia Darkfield microscope image of living motile spirochetes ( presumptively Borrelia species) in cerebrospinal fluid from a patient with dementia -
Skin Problems and spirochetes Patient's skin clears after getting rid of oral spirochetes
Lyme disease vocab Spirochete Lyme disease definitions for dummies: spirochete.
Lyme Bacteria: Morphology and "Cysts" Death or Dormant Two large "double spirochetes" Bb31 in BSKII agar with penicillin solution wicked across live slide prep. Lower right bugs. A perfect double spirochete. Double only forms one "cyst". Not sure why, maybe because they are still attached. If separated I think they would form two. Depending on which side of the lyme controversy you stand on. Dead bug or Dormant bug.
Lyme Spirochete in Red Blood Cells, Borrelia Burgdorferi, Bb Brought to you by - This video was provided to me by a chiropractor who sees these spirochetes in the blood of his patients often. He says the trick to seeing the spirochetes is to let the blood sit out for a while. As the red blood cells die and the pH, temperature, and o2 content of the blood changes, the spirochetes venture out and can be seen with the microscope. I am looking for someone to help me observe spirochetes in this manner with a microscope and apply rife electromagnetic frequencies to them to observe their responses. If you can help with this, please contact me at the website provided at the beginning of this video description. DISCLAIMER I (Bryan Rosner) am a journalist, not a doctor.
Spirochete in a PMN This video shows an oral spirochete inside a dead PMN. If these creatures can kill a PMN they can probably kill any other cell.