PYRO-ENERGEN for Tetanus – A Testimony
This incident occurred to the relative of our employee on May 25, 2006. One of our staff members informed us that he wants to take a week off to care for his brother, who is in a serious condition of tetanus in a provincial hospital.
According to medical information, tetanus is a serious and often fatal disease caused by the neurotoxin tetanospasmin which is produced by the Gram-positive, obligate anaerobic bacterium Clostridium tetani.
Infection usually originates from a contaminated wound, often a cut or deep puncture wound. Common symptoms are muscle spasms in the jaw, followed by difficulty swallowing and genetal muscle stiffness in other parts of the body. Tetanus can also refer to a state of muscle tension.
Tetanus was first recorded dating back to the 5th century BC, as mentioned in medical books. However, the etiology of the disease was not discovered until 1884. Shibasaburo Kitasato, a Japanese physician obtained a pure culture of it in 1899. Passive tetanus immunization was first implemented during WWI. Since then, the infection can be prevented by proper immunization, as well as by post-exposure prophylaxis.
Tetani can be found in soil especially agricultural soil, and the omtestomes feces of horses, sheep, cattle, rats, dogs, cats, guinea pigs, chickens and other animals. The spore is found in manure-treated soil, skin surfaces (of both animals and humans), under nail-beds, and in contaminated heroin, as stated in medical books.
There are four different clinical forms of tetanus: local (uncommon), cephalic (rare), generalized (most common), and neonatal (a common cause of infant mortality in underdeveloped countries). Generalized tetanus accounts for 80% of tetanus cases according to medical books. It says that the incubation period for tetanus is 3 days to as long as 15 weeks with the avarage being about 8 days. Most of the time, the further the wound is from the central nervous system, the longer the incubation period. Incubation period length and likelihood of death are inversely proportional. A deep, contaminated wound that allows the bacteria to flourish and causes a quick, aggressive infection is much more life-threatening than a shallower, less-contaminated wound that causes milder symptoms to appear days or weeks later.
Although tetanus is believed to be often associated with rust, especially rusty nails, but this is somewhat misleading. Rust itself does not cause tetanus or contain more C. tetani bacteria. Objects that accumulate rust are often found in the outdoors or places that generally contain more bacteria. Since C. tetani is an anaerobic bacterium, it will thrive in an environment that lacks oxygen. Therefore, stepping on an old forgotten nail in a stable could easily result in tetanus, partly because C. tetani is found in animal feces (which is rather abundant in a stable) and the puncture wound would effectively create an ideal breeding ground for the bacteria (because of the lack of oxygen). Such an old nail would likely be rusty, but a lack of rust would provide no protection. On the other hand, someone scratching themselves against a rusty fire escape ladder in an urban setting would have a much lesser chance of getting tetanus since fire escape ladders do not often come into intimate contact with soil, dirt or organic waste and the wound itself (a scratch) does not create an oxygen-poor environment.
Tetanus is a global health problem since Clostridium tetani spores are ubiquitous. The disease occurs almost exclusively in persons who are unvaccinated or inadequately immunized. Tetanus occurs worldwide but is more common in hot, damp climates with soil rich in organic matter. Tetanus, particularly the neonatal form, remains a significant public health problem in non-industrialized and poor countries, causing an estimated 300,000 to 500,000 deaths each year.
The first sign of tetanus is a mild jaw muscle spasm called lockjaw, followed by stiffness of the neck and back, and difficulty swallowing. The stiffness and spasming of muscle expands throughout the body inferiorly, and can be so powerful that they cause muscle tears and even fractures. The case of the relative of our technician exhibits these exact symptoms.
The family of the man, who is a relative of our technician, initially thought that he had something like malaria, as malaria is prevalent in their tropical province. Even the provincial doctor who first attended to him believed that the man was suffering from malaria or a flu-related illness.
We were informed about the incident 9 days after it occurred. Since the doctor in the province was unable to do anything, our staff suggested transferring him to a city hospital. The sick man was immediately transferred to a city hospital and diagnosed with tetanus, in critical condition with a 50/50 chance of survival. Our staff called our office for financial assistance. We suggested using PYRO-ENERGEN, so one of our technicians rushed to the province. He arrived at the hospital after 8 hours. It was midnight and 10 days had passed. A nurse secretly informed him that the sick man had practically no hope left, as he was unconscious, with a very stiff and somewhat paralyzed body.
Our technician placed the PYRO-ENERGEN by the sick man's bed. After a few minutes, the sick man started to cough and spit out a lot of phlegm. The PYRO-ENERGEN was used 4 times, with each treatment session lasting about 30 minutes. Amazingly, early in the morning, the tetanus patient started to open his eyes occasionally, although there was no reaction at all. The following evening, the man began to speak and his stiff body started to move.
When the doctors and nurses entered the room, they were astonished and asked what our men had done. When he showed them the PYRO-ENERGEN, they were surprised and expressed interest in having the unit in the hospital as well.
Fifteen days after being hospitalized, he is still receiving injections of Ringer's solution because his food intake is very limited. However, he is recovering from the illness. According to the doctors, he can leave the hospital in a week's time.
All of us, especially the family of our staff member, are overjoyed to learn about this, as they thought they were losing him. Thanks to the power of PYRO-ENERGEN. From this incident, I have come to believe that tetanus is also caused by negative energy.
Q: Tetanus is a bacterial disease, but how did PYRO-ENERGEN work for it?
A: Tetanus is believed to be a bacterial infection according to medical knowledge. However, I didn't believe exactly what it said, just like the BSE and Bird Flu theories I know. Finally, I found that tetanus is very much involved or associated with negative energy. It is the main reason the disease can be avoided with vaccination, and doctors have difficulties treating this kind of sickness.
I can say that tetanus is therefore caused by negative energy and associated with bacteria. I knew and felt that tetanus is not only caused by bacteria but also by negative energy. However, I didn't have any patients within my reach to prove it for quite a long time. This is the first time my man was able to see two tetanus patients in the same Region II hospital in northern Philippines. My technician was able to gather some data with the help of doctors in the hospital where the patients are confined.
At this point, I have come to the conclusion that tetanus is first caused by negative energy, and then bacteria is produced (appears), just like in the case of Bird Flu and BSE. Bird Flu and BSE are first caused by negative energy, and each virus will be produced (appear) later.