What About Rabies?


What is rabies really!?


Addendum to our post 


Pasteur invents a rabies virus


The animal experiments in which the pathogenic properties of the rabies pathogen (so-called lyssavirus) and the tetanus pathogen were allegedly proven are more than contemptuous of our fellow creatures. For the alleged detection of rabies, a certain amount of an extract was injected into the brain of a mouse; if the animal survives and foams, rabies has been detected. Tetanus is detected in animal experiments by injecting the bacterial extract into the abdominal cavity. If the animal twitches like "crazy", tetanus has been proven. 

Veronika Widmer writes about this in her book "Impfen - eine Ent-scheidung die Eltern treffen" (2007): "Now you might think - well, maybe that's how it was done in the 19th century. That's exactly what I thought when I first heard the descriptions. However, a biology student shortly before her state examination affirmed that it was still the same procedure today..."


With the knowledge of universal biology, a diagnosis of rabies or tetanus (or epilepsy) is a seizure that usually affects the function of the muscle*. It revolves around a motor conflict with the conflict content of "not being able to escape" or "not being able to hold on". 

* Muscles consist of two parts. There is the substance of the muscle (= transverse striated musculature; it is controlled by the cerebral medulla) and the function of the muscle (controlled by the cerebral cortex). 

In the conflictive phase, a reduction in function takes place gradually and progressively in the musculature. 

Only in the first recovery phase (WP1) can the affected muscle be so flaccid due to the swelling that the person no longer has the strength to use it or contract it. In this process, no pain is felt. In the reversal phase (UP), the seizure takes place. If foaming at the mouth occurs during an epileptic seizure or rabies, it is because there is also twitching of the tongue. The tongue movements make the saliva foamy and this foam comes out of the mouth. 

After the spasm, the strength gradually returns. 

A kind of muscle soreness does not occur until hours or a day after the seizure. The muscle soreness occurs because the striated musculature (= substance of the muscle) was also tense during the seizure. 


Examples of motor conflicts, "not being able to escape" or "not being able to hold on":

- The dog bit me, I couldn't run away.

- A woman is afraid that the youth welfare office will take her children away. 

- When you are in the forest, you are afraid of a wild boar attack. 

- You can't run away from a bad diagnosis.

- One cannot run away from restrictive regulations (abrogation of fundamental rights).

- A man could not hold (catch) his child, because of this he fell off the slide.


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