Viruses: energy packages without physicality – the dangers of deep-space travel
I have said in many of my teachings, a man in the space will not die much of bacteria and infections, but man will die of viruses – the energy packages without physicality. Energy packages which have the DNA strength of the body of the man and in that process, they will interact with the man. The energy packages which have the strength of the soul of the man and in that process, they will interact with DNA of the soul of the man. In a way, it can be said that they become a leech onto the leech. They become leeching onto the entire structure.
They don’t have physical characteristics, they don’t have physical entity but they have gravitational magnetic field strength in part of their composition that matches one of the pieces of the amino acid of the man; or it matches the elements that are connected to it, be it the Iron in the blood, be it the Copper in the muscle, be it the amino acid itself, they can have a field strength of the Carbon so, they lock in. And once they are locked-in, since they do not have a physical dimension, they carry a massive amount of energy. Because they are made in that way they do not have the wasted jam of physicality. Viruses in the plasma technology are the package of energy which mankind needs to understand.
We have not managed to handle the simple viruses of this planet, those energy packages which have no physical dimensions to what we call amino acid, but they carry energies of the amino acid.  It can be explained similarly as the food cup experiment, also known as the Orange experiment. When you put the CO2 in a tube. When you are making the CO2 the combination of materials of the air makes the amino acid, you put it in another tube, becoming the basis of life. In a third tube, we put CH3, which is a sugar. Positioned around a glass with water, between them you create gravitational magnetic fields which pulls down the gravitational magnetic fields of the essence of the orange into the water. Because it has a protein base, then it connects to the body of the man, the protein of the man, so it feeds you the energy of the substance. It is the transfer of the energy of the plasma, you receive all the attributes, the energy, the taste, the smell, everything. You put the orange on the top of the cup and you transfer the energy of the orange and the taste of the orange in the water contained by the cup. There was no need for the physicality of the orange. But when you drank the water you tasted the orange. It means it is the energy transfer. It means confirmation through plasma structure and confirmation through the orange amino acids. Hydrogen in it is equal to the Hydrogen in the water of the cup, according to the mixture of the GANSes you have introduced.
These are important details and man must start looking into it. We have started interacting with the world of Medicine in a unique way, in a very fast way and as we see many scientists around the world are following the teachings, analyzing, and gradually starting researches on it.
The current approach in the medical world
We maybe have a first ground to expand on. When we get touched by viruses on this planet we go into mayhem and panic because we don’t know what to do. If you have HIV if you have Ebola when the viruses hit humankind, we panic with it. We see different cases of flu coming from birds, from pigs, from a combination of animals and there are no solutions for them. The nations surrounded with such cases can only wait to see who gets hit.
If you have an infectious disease caused by bacteria or microbes or similar, the current medicine has at once tablets, injections, something can still be done. But at the viruses, they stand back, and when you go to a doctor, it says there is nothing they can do, they have to see what happens. In the present world of science of man, the biggest dilemma is viruses. It is so bad that it is just ignored. There is no solution through the current medicine for it. You walk with the virus infection into the office of a doctor, it tells you “Sorry, you have a virus. I do not have medicine for it, for you. If it was an infection or bacteria I would give you something. This is a virus, you have to wait until it goes out of your body.”
If, as you wait, a virus can go out of your body or goes out through its cycle, it means it has an energy level. You must wait for that energy level to be spent on the rest of the cells of the body of the man, by its division of itself, by adding to the others. It does not mean that it disappeared. It means now it has spread its energy, but it does not have that effect. It does not mean it will not be there but at the same time, if it stays dormant and another energy finds itself near, the virus comes back up again. It shows itself again because now it absorbed more energy of itself. It multiplies in energy pack difference division but still exists because it has gotten that link to the amino acid or to the salt or to something which allows it to stay in that level.
Figure 1: Monoatomic silver [Ag] as Nanomaterial, spherical plasma effect Being asked to explain how the colloidal silver and the oxide chlorine works with the viruses we can only offer the following knowledge and understanding.
Figure 2: Dusted Nanomaterial field state
The colloidal silver does not work on every virus. Silver has an affinity of the common denominator field effect. What is called silver is a monoatomic even is in the matter state, it is a Nanomaterial.
A Nanomaterial has their own field. This is how the silver works. If you look at it as a plasma, it is represented spherical - Figure 1, but when you look at your nanomaterials you dusted - Figure 2 - it still had a field. When you convert in the GANS is not a matter of state, it is a field state only. But when it is in the Nano state and what we call silver is a Nanomaterial, it has a sphere of effect. It does not work on all viruses because it is limited to given strength.
With the chlorine dioxide, it is a different thing. Chlorine is a cleaning agent that has an affinity in a different direction to the bonding. We have it in our body. That works in a separate way; silver and chlorine they are totally different. One works on the nanotechnology, one works on the chemistry.
How to understand viruses through Keshe Plasma Science and Technology
In the Keshe Foundation, we understand viruses are packets of energy which in a way leech themselves into the structure of the physicality of the matter state of the body or what we call the GANS state of the body of the man. Man, in space will lose and have more problem with this kind of energy packages than anything else. As we travel with the highest speed across the universe we will be touched by many more. Our own spacecraft in interaction with the different field strengths of the universe, like the way Earth in the interaction of the Sun creates different lights, will create different energy packages, that is some of it. Might and could be at the strength of the amino acid or the amino acid strength of the soul of man’s plasma direction.
What do we do in this case? How can we handle the viruses, these energy packages? How do we come to understand them more? How do we evaluate? How do we measure them that we say OK, this is the strength of this and this is what I need to do? When it comes to the viruses we go back, we call them energy packages, they are dynamic energy packages.
To the present world of science, the viruses are a menace, there is no solution to remove them. To the scientists of the Keshe Foundation viruses are as anything else. Any virus, any entity which has a dynamic plasma, has a funnel. Any virus has a dimension of the dynamic plasma. It is energy packed and it has a structure in it. The plasmas structure, CO2 or any other, usually it is the same as the plasma of a virus - it has a strength capacity. As a first step, we have to find out what this strength capacity of the virus is. if we can measure its strength, we develop technologies which can measure the strength of it, all we need to do is to develop a system which works the opposite - gravitational to magnetical - to drain it, to reduce the virus strength or one of the factors of the strength in it which, for example, match into the amino acid Hydrogen strength. We see instantaneously that any viruses are reversible.
The beauty of the plasma technology which we have developed is made directly for viruses. One of the reasons we brought up the entire technology of the plasma through GANS, was as a tool for space technology, for a deeper space travel. It allows the man to learn in time all that we call different strengths of it, to apply where it is needed. If the world of medicine and especially knowledge seekers who are in this field, start working on this pattern, understand the process, there should be no problem for any of us to handle any kind of virus infection. It does not matter what it is.
We have to find the way the virus travels, we have to find where it nests, we have to find what is its strength in gravitational and magnetical and in the body of the man when you have viruses which attached itself to one of its amino acids, then you can use any of the GANSes which is presently in the possession of man. Some of the viruses we had have a different strength.
We must look into the elements of the universe, not only the elements of the planet, in order to understand the strength of them. The man has only seen a fraction of the magnetic-gravitational field strength. How many elements do we have on the periodic table currently? Take that number and multiply it by millions. It just needs the condition for it to manifest itself in a matter state of itself. It has a link to the amino acid of it.
If you have the soul of the amino acid - COHN - which is created on this planet and you enter in another dimension where you want to manifest yourself, but in that planet the structure does not allow you to manifest yourself yet it has a connection to one of the amino acids of the soul of the man and you want to manifest yourself as a being on that planet, that strength could be a virus to you. It could be a virus to the soul of the man. Or, once you manifest yourself in that dimension, in that physicality, you create the access to your soul through your body to deliver viruses to it. That means it changes its characteristics, it changes its energy.
When we change the name of a virus to energy packages of gravitational-magnetic fields with structure but no physicality, we see a body, we call it an alien. In a comparable way, the virus has not managed to manifest itself in physicality but has a dimension of the soul which has an energy and dimension. Then we can handle it and we can understand it. Then we can create another system which matches it that it can drain its system or add to its system that it passes the level it attached itself to.
Coronaviruses are species of virus belonging to the subfamily Coronavirinae in the family Coronaviridae, in the order Nidovirales. Coronaviruses are enveloped viruses with a positive-sense single-stranded RNA genome and with a nucleocapsid of helical symmetry. The genomic size of coronaviruses ranges from approximately 26 to 32 kilobases, the largest for an RNA virus.
The name "coronavirus" is derived from the Latin corona, meaning crown or halo, and refers to the characteristic appearance of virions (the infective form of the virus) under electron microscopy (E.M.) with a fringe of large, bulbous surface projections creating an image reminiscent of a royal crown or of the solar corona. This morphology is created by the viral spike (S) peplomers, which are proteins that populate the surface of the virus and determine host tropism.
Coronaviruses were first described in the 1960s from the nasal cavities of patients with the common cold. These viruses were subsequently named human coronavirus 229E and human coronavirus OC43. Two further members of this family have been identified (HCoV NL63 in 2004 and HKU1 in 2005) and they have been involved in more serious respiratory tract infections. As of January 2020, deaths from China have risen to 17 with more than 540 cases confirmed. It is suspected to originate from illegally-traded wildlife.
Replication of coronavirus begins with entry into the cell. Upon entry into the cell, the virus particle is uncoated, and the RNA genome is deposited into the cytoplasm.
The coronavirus RNA genome has a 5′ methylated cap and a 3′polyadenylated tail. This allows the RNA to attach to ribosomes for translation.
Coronaviruses also have a protein known as a replicase encoded in its genome which allows the RNA viral genome to be transcribed into new RNA copies using the host cell's machinery. The replicase is the first protein to be made; once the gene encoding the replicase is translated, the translation is stopped by a stop codon. This is known as a nested transcript.
There are seven known strains of human coronaviruses:
- Human coronavirus 229E (HCoV-229E)
- Human coronavirus OC43 (HCoV-OC43)
- Human coronavirus NL63 (HCoV-NL63, New Haven coronavirus)
- Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), previously known as Novel coronavirus 2012 and HCoV-EMC.
- Wuhan coronavirus (2019-nCoV), also known as novel coronavirus 2019/2020 (Wuhan pneumonia)
Following the high-profile publicity of SARS outbreaks in 2003, there has been a renewed interest in coronaviruses among virologists. For many years, scientists knew about only two human coronaviruses (HCoV-229E and HCoV-OC43). The discovery of SARS-CoV added a third human coronavirus.
By the end of 2004, three independent research labs reported the discovery of a fourth human coronavirus. It has been named NL63, NL, and the New Haven coronavirus by different research groups. The three labs are still arguing over which one discovered the virus first and who has the right to name it.
Early in 2005, a research team at the University of Hong Kong reported finding a fifth human coronavirus in two patients with pneumonia. They named it Human coronavirus HKU1.
The 2019–20 China pneumonia outbreak in Wuhan was traced to a novel coronavirus, which is labeled as 2019-nCoV by WHO.
Severe acute respiratory syndrome
In 2003, following the outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) which had begun the prior year in Asia, and secondary cases elsewhere in the world, the World Health Organization (WHO) issued a press release stating that a novel coronavirus identified by a number of laboratories was the causative agent for SARS. The virus was officially named the SARS coronavirus (SARS-CoV).
Over 8,000 people were infected, about 10% of whom died.
Middle East respiratory syndrome
In September 2012, a new type of coronavirus was identified, initially called Novel Coronavirus 2012, and now officially named Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV).
The World Health Organization issued a global alert soon after. The WHO update on 28 September 2012 stated that the virus did not seem to pass easily from person to person. However, on 12 May 2013, a case of human to human transmission in France was confirmed by the French Ministry of Social Affairs and Health. In addition, cases of human to human transmission have been reported by the Ministry of Health in Tunisia. Two confirmed cases seem to have caught the disease from their late father, who became ill after a visit to Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Despite this, it appears that the virus has trouble spreading from human to human, as most individuals who are infected do not transmit the virus.
By 30 October 2013, there were 124 cases and 52 deaths in Saudi Arabia. After the Dutch Erasmus Medical Centre sequenced the virus, the virus was given a new name, Human CoronaVirus-Erasmus Medical Centre (HCoV-EMC). The final name for the virus is Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV).
In May 2014, the only two United States cases of MERS-CoV infection were recorded, both occurring in healthcare workers who worked in Saudi Arabia and then traveled to the U.S.. One was treated in Indiana and one in Florida. Both of these individuals were hospitalized temporarily and then discharged.
In May 2015, an outbreak of MERS-CoV occurred in the Republic of Korea, when a man who had traveled to the Middle East, visited 4 different hospitals in the Seoul area to treat his illness. This caused one of the largest outbreaks of MERS-CoV outside of the Middle East.
As of December 2019, 2,468 cases of MERS-CoV infection had been confirmed by laboratory tests, 851 of which were fatal, a mortality rate of approximately 34.5%.
Coronaviruses (CoV) are a large family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS-CoV). A novel coronavirus (nCoV) is a new strain that has not been previously identified in humans.
Coronaviruses are zoonotic, meaning they are transmitted between animals and people. Detailed investigations found that SARS-CoV was transmitted from civet cats to humans and MERS-CoV from dromedary camels to humans. Several known coronaviruses are circulating in animals that have not yet infected humans.
On 31 December 2019, the WHO China Country Office was informed of cases of pneumonia of unknown etiology (unknown cause) detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province of China. A novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) was identified as the causative virus by Chinese authorities on 7 January.
On 10 January, WHO published a range of interim guidance for all countries on how they can prepare for this virus, including how to monitor for sick people, test samples, treat patients, control infection in health centres, maintain the right supplies, and communicate with the public about this new virus.
Common signs of infection include respiratory symptoms, fever, cough, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties. In more severe cases, infection can cause pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome, kidney failure and even death.
Standard recommendations to prevent infection spread include regular hand washing, covering mouth and nose when coughing and sneezing, thoroughly cooking meat and eggs. Avoid close contact with anyone showing symptoms of respiratory illness such as coughing and sneezing.
Based on currently available information, WHO does not recommend any restriction of travel or trade. Countries are encouraged to continue strengthening their preparedness for health emergencies in line with the International Health Regulations (2005).
WHO advice for international travel and trade in relation to the outbreak of pneumonia caused by a new coronavirus in China
10 January 2020
On 31 December 2019, a cluster of pneumonia of unknown etiology was reported in Wuhan City, Hubei Province of China. On 9 January Chinese authorities reported in the media that the cause of this viral pneumonia was initially identified as a new type of coronavirus, which is different from any other human coronaviruses discovered so far. Coronaviruses are a large family of respiratory viruses that can cause diseases ranging from the common cold to the Middle-East Respiratory Syndrome and the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).
The clinical signs and symptoms of the patients reported in this cluster are mainly fever, with a few patients having difficulty in breathing, and chest radiographs showing bilateral lung infiltrates. Some cases were operating dealers or vendors in Huanan Seafood Market. From the currently available information, preliminary investigation suggests that there is no significant human-to-human transmission, and no infections among health care workers have occurred. More information is required to better understand the mode of transmission and clinical manifestation of this new virus. The source of this new virus is not yet known.
International travelers: practice usual precautions
While the cause of the pneumonia seems to be a novel coronavirus, transmission potential and modes of transmission remain unclear. Therefore, it would be prudent to reduce the general risk of acute respiratory infections while travelling in or from affected areas (currently Wuhan City) by:
- avoiding close contact with people suffering from acute respiratory infections;
- frequent hand-washing, especially after direct contact with ill people or their environment;
- avoiding close contact with live or dead farm or wild animals;
- travelers with symptoms of acute respiratory infection should practice cough etiquette (maintain distance, cover coughs and sneezes with disposable tissues or clothing, and wash hands).
Health practitioners and public health authorities should provide to travelers information to reduce the general risk of acute respiratory infections, via travel health clinics, travel agencies, conveyance operators and at points of entry.
If a traveler on board of an aircraft/a ship has signs and symptoms indicative of acute respiratory infections, the model of Maritime declaration of health (Annex 8 of IHR) or the health part of the aircraft general declaration (Annex 9 of IHR) can be used to register the health information onboard and submit to POE health authorities when required by a State Party.
A passenger locator form can be used in the event of a sick traveler detected on board a plane. This form is useful for collecting contact information for passengers and can be used for follow-up if necessary. Travelers should also be encouraged to self-report if they feel ill. The cabin crew should follow the operational procedures recommended by International Air Transport Association (IATA) with regard to managing suspected communicable disease on board an aircraft.
International traffic: no restrictions recommended
Wuhan city is a major domestic and international transport hub. Currently, there are no reports of cases outside of Wuhan City. Given the heavy population movements, expected to significantly increase during the Chinese New Year in the last week of January, the risk of cases being reported form elsewhere is increased.
WHO does not recommend any specific health measures for travelers. It is generally considered that entry screening offers little benefit, while requiring considerable resources. In case of symptoms suggestive to respiratory illness before, during or after travel, the travelers are encouraged to seek medical attention and share travel history with their health care provider. WHO advises against the application of any travel or trade restrictions on China based on the information currently available on this event.
As provided by the International Health Regulations (2005) (IHR), countries should ensure that:
- routine measures, trained staff, appropriate space and stockpile of adequate equipment in place at points of entry for assessing and managing ill travelers detected before travel, on board conveyances (such as planes and ships) and on arrival at points of entry;
- procedures and means are in place for communicating information on ill travelers between conveyances and points of entry as well as between points of entry and national health authorities;
- safe transportation of symptomatic travelers to hospitals or designated facilities for clinical assessment and treatment is
- a functional public health emergency contingency plan at points of entry in place to respond to public health events.
There have been three cases in Thailand, one in Korea, one in Japan and one in Taiwan. Although only about 500 cases have been confirmed, calculations by scientists at the MRC Centre for Global Infectious Disease Analysis at Imperial College London suggest there are 4,000 people sick with the virus in Wuhan.
How to protect yourself from getting infected
WHO’s standard recommendations for the general public to reduce exposure to and transmission of a range of illnesses are as follows, which include hand and respiratory hygiene, and safe food practices:
- Frequently clean hands by using alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water;
- When coughing and sneezing cover mouth and nose with flexed elbow or tissue – throw tissue away immediately and wash hands;
- Avoid close contact with anyone who has fever and cough;
- If you have fever, cough and difficulty breathing seek medical care early and share previous travel history with your health care provider;
- When visiting live markets in areas currently experiencing cases of novel coronavirus, avoid direct unprotected contact with live animals and surfaces in contact with animals;
- The consumption of raw or undercooked animal products should be avoided. Raw meat, milk or animal organs should be handled with care, to avoid
- cross-contamination with uncooked foods, as per good food safety practices.
What do we know about the virus?
The virus originated in a seafood market in Wuhan that "conducted illegal transactions of wild animals", authorities said. The market has since been shut down.
There is also evidence of human to human transmission with the new virus spreading to family members and healthcare workers.
But understanding how easily and how often the virus spread between people is one of the major outstanding questions in this outbreak.
The virus infects the lungs and symptoms start with a fever and cough. It can progress to shortness of breath and breathing difficulties.
SARS and the new virus behind the Wuhan outbreak are highly related, both belonging to a family called coronaviruses. Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses, some of which cause illness in people, while others circulate among animals, including camels, cats, and bats.
Four months after the SARS outbreak started in early 2003, research teams in Hong Kong tested racoon dogs, palm civets, and badgers and discovered close relatives of the SARS coronavirus—the first evidence that the disease existed outside of humans.
The discovery kicked off a rush of viral sleuthing in wildlife, which would ultimately point to Rhinolophus horseshoe bats in China as the likely source of SARS. Global surveys would ultimately reveal that the ancestors and relatives of SARS had been circulating in bats across Asia, Africa, and Europe for years. Bats are now considered the original source of all major coronaviruses.
“The genetic sequence of the virus itself can lead you back to the source,” Olival says. “In Wuhan’s case, the closest match is other SARS-related coronaviruses that are found in bats.”
Wildlife surveys conducted by EcoHealth Alliance in China and elsewhere in Asia show the highest prevalence of coronaviruses tend to be extruded by animals through feces, or guano in the case of bats. Coronaviruses not only spread via the air and the respiratory tract, but also if fecal matter comes in contact with another creature’s mouth. Bats aren’t exactly clean, so if one nibbles on a fruit, the food may get contaminated with fecal matter. If the fruit drops to the ground, then it can serve as a viral crossover point for farmed animals like civets.
As with SARS, all of this fuss appears to have emerged due to wildlife trade, and virologists aren’t surprised. That’s because both SARS and the new outbreak are zoonotic, meaning these diseases started in animals before spreading to humans. Zoonotic diseases rank among the world’s most infamous. HIV, Ebola, and H5N1 influenza, for example, all percolated in wildlife before close interactions with humans spawned international outbreaks. With SARS, food preparers and people who handled, killed, and sold wild animals made up nearly 40 percent of the first cases. The earliest episodes were also among people who were more likely to live within walking distance of wildlife markets.
Health officials first reported the new outbreak on December 31, citing a flush of pneumonia-like cases connected to a seafood market in Wuhan City, a transit hub in central China with more than 11 million inhabitants. But CNN reported that the “South China Seafood City” market in Wuhan peddled more than seafood, obtaining video that allegedly shows racoon dogs and deer housed here inside small cages.
But why might such conditions create a breeding ground for zoonotic diseases?
“When you bring animals together in these unnatural situations, you have the risk of human diseases emerging,” says Kevin Olival, a disease ecologist and conservationist at the EcoHealth Alliance. “If the animals are housed in bad conditions under a lot of stress, it might create a better opportunity for them to shed virus and to be sick.” 
The area where the virus can potentially spread first.
The most well-known coronaviruses: what they have in common and how they differ.