Hidden bacteria diagnosis and treatment of mycoplasma

Introduction

Dear Colleges,

my name is Ron Havenaar, living in the south of Holland near Eindhoven, where I have my practice. I work with the BICOM since 2009 when my sister got breast cancer. At that time I got my degree in Natural Science at the Open University Netherlands, with a section of interest in Nutrition and Toxicology. Because I studied also acupuncture and electro-acupuncture since the 1980’s I decided to buy an electro-acupuncture machine to help my sister. Not knowing what machine to buy I went to several intro­duction meetings and eventually got notice of the BICOM. One of the visitors said to me that he was an acupuncturist and was there to pick up his third BICOM® machine, because of the immense effectiveness of the treatments with that device. Every few years he had to organize an extra treatment room. So I did not hesitate any longer and immediately ordered a secondhand BICOM 2000 inclusive BICOMBICOMmultisoft® Pilot. A few years later I ordered my new BICOM BICOM optima®.

What then happened was unbelievable for us. My sister and I went together to the on­cologist after her second operation and he said to her to put a nylon stocking on her arm because he needed to remove all her lymph glands from her armpit. She would develop (according to him) lymph edema in her arm. Earlier that week I got my first BICOM delivered, so I took my sister to our home and started with all the programs for scars, lymph stimulation, thymus and vitality listed in the handbook. That was all the information I got at that time. Later I followed all the seminars that were available. At the return visit 2 months later in the hospital her oncologist stared at her arm and asked her: “Did I remove all you glands in your armpit?” “Yes, you did.” “Did I tell you that you should develop edema in your arm?” “Yes, you did tell me so.” “Strange … this is the first time to see that someone did not get a swollen arm.” I punched her in the side and said to my sister: “Don’t tell him, he won’t believe it.” After her double OP she got 6 month of chemo and 35 radiation sessions in 5 weeks in the hospital. We agreed, because at that moment I had absolutely no experience with the results of the BICOM.

After the course for BICOMBICOMmultisoft® Pilot and the EAV testing method (still the only method I practice) we could confirm the diagnose of the hospital: Mamma CA intraductal (in­trakanikular). I did use the combination Prog. Thymus 428, Ai, amp. 18x, together with Multisoft Mamma CA in channel 1. After 5 minutes of treatment she suddenly cried and said: „I got an electrical shock from my left breast to my hand.” Since that moment I never have been able to test Mamma CA again. Because of the chemo therapy she was completely out of energy, lost all her hair and became deeply depressed. She felt nearly dead. But after three months of weekly therapy with the BICOM she was able to do her work again for 50 % and after 6 months regained normal strength. After 5 years of hospital medication she was declared 100 pct clean. I see her every 3 months for a test, but she still is in a good condition. We feel that this is also a great hurray for the BICOM.

Because of these results she started to tell others of her situation and several other cancer patients started to ask my help. A few weeks later few new patients stood be­fore our door. Since than I have a growing practice.

But today I would like to introduce to you the diagnosis and treatment of Stealth Path­ogens and especially the Mycoplasmas. The problem with a Stealth Pathogen is: it is nearly invisible, creates no sudden troubles, infection may have happened many years ago, doctors or hospitals nearly never find a diagnosis, anti-biotics have normally no or weak effect, but on the long run are very stubborn against eradication and create chronic conditions.

Types of Pathogens

We can divide pathogens in strong virulent and low virulent. Virulence determines a pathogen’s ability to infect and cause disease.

Strong virulent Pathogens

The most virulent pathogens take an aggressive break-down-and-destroy approach, taking the resources they need and causing significant harm in the body. They are uninvited and must pass through the barriers of the immune system to get what they need. Virulent pathogens are easily identified by the diseases they cause. They can be lethal, but their virulence is often their Achilles’ heel, because they are easily detected.

Because they are so active, modern science has had significant success in defining them and creating tools that work against them — modern sanitation, antibiotics, and vaccines have dramatically reduced the threat of the most virulent microbes. That said, high-virulence microbes are not the ones we worry about with chronic conditions.

Low virulent Pathogens (Stealth Pathogens)

Just possibly the most successful microbes are not the most virulent. Success in the microbe world is defined by the ability to propagate and flourish. Killing or severely disabling the host can be counterproductive. A stealth approach offers great ad­vantage. Persistent warfare is how they win.

Nearly everyone on the planet is exposed to low-virulence pathogens, almost daily. Many of those pathogens never gain access beyond the initial barriers of the immune system and are hardly noticed. Unfortunately some get access to deeper tissues and a trenches war starts between the microbe and the host’s immune system until the microbe is disposed of properly. A common example of this is how a mycoplasma by­passes the immune system and contributes to fibromyalgia.

During an acute infection with one of these pathogens, the degree and nature of symptoms depends on the type of microbe, the site of initial infection, and the reac­tion of the immune system to the microbe. Be aware that totally different low-viru­lence pathogens tend to work together, by example mycoplasmas and fungi.

Under certain circumstances like pH, lack of nutrients, chemi­cals, antibiotics, most bacteria can change or even lose their cell wall. They can become dormant by the excretion of filter­able particles that are resistant to heat (>300 degrees Cel­sius), chemicals or lack of water. The size of these filterable particles can be 0.1 p.m to 0.01 pm. At the time of the early.
The best book I ever found on the market on this topic was the book of Lida H. Mattman: „Stealth Pathogens — Cell Wall Deficient Forms’. It contains a collection of papers on his­toric research and of her own research to explain the pleo­morphic nature of nearly all bacteria known.

research, around 100 years ago, the only way to discriminate between a virus or a bacterium was the size of the particle. In the laboratories they developed ceramic filters with a known size of the pores, like 0.2 p.m. When particles passed through these filters they said ‘it is a virus’. These filterable particles are so small that they can pass also easily through the pores of human cells.

Stealth pathogens can be seen in many different forms: bacterial forms, budding, filter­able particles, fungi-like forms or even can form conglomerates of hybrid combinations of different species. They gave them names like L-forms, CWD (cell wall deficient bac­teria), pleomorphic bacteria, and others.

In this drawing from the book of Lida Mattman we can see the different options that bacteria have to display themselves in totally different shapes, depending on the cul­ture medium. The same bacterium can look like coccoid, rod shaped, virus particles, budding, fungi-like or any other shape. The following drawing illustrates the route that a bacterium can follow to different forms. The result is confusing and makes determi­nation difficult.

 

 

Figure 1— Route Differentiation Options of stealth bacteria, Lida Mattman

The effect from all these different shapes is that many diseases escape from diagnosis. Bacteria can change or lose their cell wall, go intracellular in host cells and hide them­selves from the immune system. Fluids like blood, that were always believed to be sterile, on the contrary is always infected by nature. That has health implications, for example with respect to blood transfusions.

What are Mycoplasmas?

Mycoplasmas are a mollicute (= soft skin) genus of bacteria that lack a cell wall around their cell membranes. That means that they are already pleomorphic or CWD by na­ture. They can be parasitic (intracellular infection) or saprotrophic (eating decompos­ing materials from dead cells). This characteristic, makes them naturally resistant to many common antibiotics such as penicillin or other beta-lactam antibiotics that target cell wall synthesis. Macrolides, such as erythromycin, clarithromycin and azithromycin, are the treatment of choice against for example M. pneumoniae infections. Tetracy­clines have been effective against both Mycoplasma hominis and Ureaplasma urealyti­cum, but resistance is increasing.

  • They are difficult to recognize because of the overlapping symptoms!
  • Approximately 20 % of infected persons have no symptoms!
  • Nearly everybody is infected!
  • Mycoplasma can be a co-infection of a sexually transmitted disease.
  • Mycoplasma is often seen after insect bites like ticks as a co-infection.
  • Mycoplasma can be a contaminant of commercial vaccinations.
  • Mycoplasma can infiltrate cell cultures, including malignant HeLa cells.’

Mycoplasma species are the smallest bacterial cells yet discovered, they can survive without oxygen, and come in various shapes. This makes mycoplasma extremely diffi­cult to find. Therefore they belong to the “stealth pathogens”. Several species are pathogenic in humans, such as M. pneumoniae, which is an important cause of atypical pneumonia, and M. genitalium, which is involved in pelvic inflammatory diseases.

Which organ can be infected?

  1. pneumoniae is a known cause of respiratory tract infections. However, it can also infect organs other than lungs such as the nervous system, joints, skin, kidneys, heart, muscles, eyes and blood. These infections can be seen before, during, or after lung dis­ease or can occur without respiratory illness. That makes it difficult to recognize when testing a patient.
  2. hominis, M. genitalium and U. urealyticum, commonly found in the kidneys, urinary and genital tracts, have also been proven to cause human disease. M. hominis and U. urealyticum have also been associated with pneumonia and respiratory distress syndrome in newborns. They can be a cause of infertility in adults.

Diseases that can be caused by common Mycoplasmas

Mycoplasma pneumoniae can cause a sore throat, pneumonia, and the inflammation of the lungs and bronchi. The atypical nature of the bacterium contribute to the devel­opment of atypical pneumonia. A pneumonia infection more often affects people be­tween 5 and 40 years old, outbreaks are more common in crowded places. M. pneu­moniae is transmitted from person-to-person by infected respiratory droplets during close contact. The signs and symptoms of mycoplasma pneumonia infection vary according to the stage of illness. Usually, there are flu-like symptoms such as sore throat, fever, headache, weakness, chills and cough. Less common, patients may face ear pain, eye pain, joint stiffness, muscles aches, and skin rash. M. pneumoniae can also be a cause of severe infections in other areas as central nervous system, liver and the pancreas.

Mycoplasma genitalium is linked to infections of the urethra, especially when other bacteria did damage the urethra before or when the immune system is weak.

Mycoplasma homini and Ureaplasma urealyticum are known as genital mycoplasmas and can come as co-infection with other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). These species can lead to urethritis and vaginitis in women. In a later stage they can promote anemia. Ureaplasma urealyticum is a mycoplasma that lives on urea and is often located in the genital tract of women. It can contribute to premature birth if she is pregnant and can be transmitted from mother to child. And as a result, an infant may be affected by pneumonia, infection of central nervous system, and lung malfunction.

My first wakeup call

In winter 2015 — 2016 I noticed that a lot of clients came in with a common cough. Not to worry a lot about it, so I believed. But that winter I noticed that at least 60 — 70 % of all people with lung complaints tested positive on M. pneumonia, many of them to­gether with a virus or streptococcus. Until one of the patients said that he believed to know the source. He lives near a military airport and often sees planes with a strange cloud behind them. He told me to look on the internet about “chemtrails”. I am not a follower of all that conspiracy theories, but I have to admit that when someone would like to develop a biological weapon with stealth properties; Mycoplasma is the type he is looking for. If an airplane sprays something in the air and a lot of people die tomor­row: Everybody will try to find the cause and bring the person to justice. But if you got the bug 20 years ago and the symptoms are so different in everyone: no scientist can prove the statistical relationship, so nobody is to be pointed responsible.

In 80 % of the Gulf War Illness patients, who were positive for blood mycoplasma in­fections had only one type of Mycoplasma, in particular M. fermentans, possibly a con­taminant of vaccination. In healthy control subjects the incidence of mycoplasma in­fection was -‘8.5 % and none were found to have multiple mycoplasma species. In 107 family members of mycoplasma-positive Gulf War illness patients there were 57 pa­tients (53 %) that had essentially the same signs and symptoms as the veterans.

My first strange case

A colleague, BICOM therapist, told me that one of his patients was covered with skin rash problems that nobody could find the cause of, but was in a terrible condition. He asked for a visit in my practice together with that patient and then do the test together; he would like to test with the tensor, but I only do testing with EAV. Of course I agreed. So he came with his patient, a man around 35 years old. The man said that he was a medical doctor himself but could not work already for 2 years, because he was too ill. His friend had to take over his practice. The problem was a severe skin rash with a nasty itch. He could not sleep anymore, because he was scratching his skin all night and day. It made him completely mad. He showed me the skin problem that looked like psoriasis from head to feet, on every spot on his body. Strange enough he had already been in a medical research in the AMC, the academic hospital in Amster­dam. They did run all the tests they had in the hospital in the past two years: MRI scans, x-ray, blood tests, urine tests, but no diagnosis was found. That made him desperate.

  1. With the BBC we found within 5 minutes a severe infection with M. homini and U. urealyticum in both his kidneys, his bladder and prostate. Black blocks with [6] everywhere in the graphic.
  2. After seeing this result we decided to try to double-check with the BICOM BICOM optima® and the EAV test. This seemed to be negative. That was a deception. So we decided to first run a zapper with 3.6 Hz on him (5 minutes), drink a cup of herbal tea and then the BICOM BICOM optima® program “intracellular infections” (8 minutes) which is also 6 Hz. From that moment on he showed a response on M. pneumonia and U. urealyticum beyond any doubt. Both the tensor test and the EAV test now were positive. Conclusion: mycoplasmas are really ‘stealthy pathogens’ and need a strong pulse to unmask them.
  1. After the BICOM EAV check we became curious to do the third test. I suggested taking a few fresh blood samples for a checkup under the microscope. Mycoplasma under a darkfield microscope is probably seen as small “fried eggs”. So we did, and within a few minutes we saw them dancing before our eyes. The mouth of the pa­tient did fall wide open, because he could not believe his eyes.

Treatment:

We did run Program 428 Thymus, Ai, amplification 18x, frequency 91 kHz, time

10 minutes, which is a strong defense booster. With BICOMmu[tisoft we connected U. urealyticum in Ch.1 and from the internal substances ‘Immunity Boost’ in Ch.2. We checked again and found that individualization to 94 kHz and adjusting the amplifica­tion factor during the treatment gave good results. Additionally we did run programs like kidney stimulation, liver stimulation, urine bladder infections and skin programs. After one hour he stepped down from the chair and said that the itching was gone. Finally I gave him 30 minutes with a mycoplasma program on a phanotron (plasma lamp), which runs radio frequencies.

I am not always prescribing supplements, but very effective in a case like this is the combination of Cats Claw (Uncaria tomentosa, anti-parasitic) and Cystone (Ayurveda kidney detox formula). The patient was further treated for 3 months with the BICOM BICOM optima® in the practice of the colleague that first brought him in and finally he fully re­covered. He returned to his own doctor’s practice again and went to work as normal.

My second strange case

A lady of around 50 years, husband and 2 children, came to me for treatment of pain in the right arm. BICOM programs were effective for a few days, but pain kept returning. Situation became worse. She put her arm in an arm sling. When she tried to reposition her arm in the bandage, here arm broke. When brought to the hospital, the cause was found to be Multiple Myeloma (aka: Kahler disease). I never had heard of the illness before. M. Myeloma is a form of bone cancer that produces leucocytes with aggressive proteins that destroys bone tissue. Her upper arm bone was already reduced to pencil thin. They removed by surgery the infected bone tissue and replaced it with a metal prosthesis.

The oncologist treatment started with Lenalidomide (trade name Revlimid), which is a chemo therapy with pills. She had no energy anymore and lived for nearly half a year in the home of her mother (83) in a bed in the living room. After one year she was that sick from the side-effects that she asked her doctor to stop the therapy. OK, he said, we do a blood test now, give you 3 months off and redo the blood test after that pe­riod. When CA markers go up again we will restart therapy, when it stays stable we do nothing.

I asked her to save her last chemo pill for me, to put it into the input cup on the BICOM. Returning to my practice she asked to lookup the previous BBC checks, to see if there was something remarkable in older scans. The only thing I could find was he­moglobin and gamma-globulin deviations in the blood section. I checked “Dr. Google” to display the markers of MM. I got the following:

I found in the BBC scan in the blood analysis marked in red: gamma-globulin = +3, so in older scans this was already present but unfortunately I was unaware of the meaning. A decrease in haptoglobin could support a diagnosis of hemolytic anemia, especially when correlated with a decreased red blood cell count.

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Figure 3 — BBC bone marrow tissue testing point, seen on the breast bone in the diaphragm screen

When zooming in with the BBC on the bone marrow I saw scores like 4 on many of her bones, but without any relationship with a known disease. I also looked in the archive of Multisoft, but there is no Multiple Myeloma (or Kahler) digital sample onboard. So I had no chance of finding the diagnosis based on the EAV tests. MM is relatively un­known, but is seen as a rising form of cancer. I found on the web:

Since the early 1990s, myeloma incidence rates have increased by around a third (32 %) in the UK. Rates in males have increased by more than a third (35 %) and rates in females have increased by more than a fifth (22 %).

Conclusion: I felt sorry, but it is no shame to have missed this diagnosis in an early state, because even her GP admitted that MM is fairly uncommon.

Treatment Plan:

  1. BBC: First zoom in on breast bone, there we will find the link to blood cells and stem cells. I treated the blood cells on nearly all bones that show scores of 3 and higher: shoulders, arms, hips and legs. In the output cup we can export BBC scan frequencies with the reprinter option to water. The treated glass of water is placed in the input cup of the BICOM and let it drink afterwards. I noticed that all her bones went down from score 4 back to score 3, in a time span of 6 months. Some bones points even already returned to score 2.
  2. BICOM: Channel 1: Program 428, flex on the sternum, with M. pneumonia and urealyticum in the input cup, Channel 2 (Internal Substances) Immunity boost. Basic Programs that tested positive together with Lenalidomide (her last pill) together with Curcumin capsules. Prepare a chip with the BICOM chip module:

 

program Substance — to Substance: Input cup: The BBC treated water, Lenalido­mide pill and Curcumin capsule. Place the chip on sternum. This method simulates a virtual chemo treatment but at the same time we harmonize the body.

  1. BICOM: Program: Improving Blood Values: 310 and 311, Flex on collar bones, at least covering both acupuncture points Kidney 27. Input cup: Ch1: blood sample, Ch2. Circulation Vitamins from internal substances, Curcumin capsules or vitamin
  2. I found a patient forum on the web writing that: Lenalidomide plus Curcumin combination is more effective than Lenalidomide only. So I prescribed the Curcu­min caps with the strongest concentration of curcuma with black pepper. She uses them additionally. The effect with the BICOM virtual chemo combi treatment is: side-effects are slightly noticeable, but very much tolerable. When side-effects are coming up: Normal Basic and Harmonisation programs and programs for Vitality help her to suppress the tiredness.
  3. Every six to eight weeks I also mix the BICOMBICOMmultisoft® Pilot substance Erypo (EPO, or Erythropoetine) in Step 3 and upload it in the chip module to improve red blood cell production. Sometimes I put the red cable in a bottle of tap water, start Sub­stance to Substance, and give it to her to drink every few hours a small cup.
  4. When checking her blood sample under the darkfield microscope I saw a lot of mycoplasmas after the BICOM session, more than before the session. My prelimi­nary conclusion: May be her bone tissue is infiltrated with mycoplasma, while treatment made leave intracellular pathogens from cells after the correct frequency is exposed.

After the first period of 3 months the hospital was happy with the stabilization of the CA markers. They did not go up. So she got another chemo-free period. After the second 3 months period her oncologist was amazed to see that her CA markers were below measurable (<2)!. After the third 3 months period (9 months) again her markers were below measurable, plus the CT scan showed no special activity in the bones ex­cept for some spots on the skull.

When looking with the BBC on other bones than the breast bone we will find measur­ing points on the arms and legs with problematic scores. But after 9 months of treat­ment we definitely saw the improvement on the BBC. In this case the improvements of the bone scans were in parallel agreement of the hospital scans and blood tests of the laboratories.

Normally I set extra points in the image to see if there is a hot spot somewhere that should be treated more intensively. Therefor the images do not have the same number of points but we can see the progression of healing inside the bone. For me this is an unbelievable result not only for the patient but also with respect to the technology of the BBC scans. The CT scans in the hospital were commented by the oncologist as „good, it seems to be quiet, but it can come back in a few years”.

When we see the following images, it is obvious that she is not yet 100 % healed, but we are on the right track with our method of treatments.

Figure 4 — bone marrow points legs first session, next picture after 9 months

Figure 5 — bone marrow points upper arms first session, next picture after 9 months

The possible cause of Multiple Myeloma

Possible cause of MM: On 6 February 2014, The Scripps Research Institute announced the discovery of a novel protein, which they named Protein M, from the M. genitalium cell membrane. Scientists identified the protein during investigations on the origin of multiple myeloma.

A lot of people suffer from mycoplasma in the prostate or uterus. I have seen it in many of the scans with the BBC. Amazing enough also some other forms of anemia with comparable defects like MM seem to go together with mycoplasma: like aplastic anemia or hemolytic anemia. On the internet I found a lot of information that links Mycoplasma to anemia and several bone marrow diseases. A few samples:

  • Mycoplasma pneumonia Infection: A Possible Trigger for Immune Thrombocytope­nia
  • Isolation of Mycoplasma From Leukemic Bone Marrow and Blood by Direct Culturem
  • Severe Hemolytic Anemia Associated with Mild Pneumonia Caused by Mycoplasma pneumonia°
  • Ultrastructure of a mycoplasma recovered from the bone marrow in systemic Lupus erythematosus.

What is to be said about the origin of blood in the view of the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)?

Blood mainly originates from food essence and Jing (the essence of life associated with the growth and development of the body). First, digested food is turned into food es­sence by the stomach and spleen’s transforming functions. It is then transported up­wards by the spleen to the lungs where it turns into blood with the help of the heart and lungs. Eating a balanced and healthy diet is extremely important, because of the spleen’s role in the production of qi and blood.

A second source of blood comes from Jing, which is stored in the kidneys. Jing travels to the bones where it turns into healthy and strong marrow. The marrow in turn produces the blood. Jing also goes to the liver to be transformed into clear blood.

Conclusion according TCM: if the kidneys are infected (includes also urine bladder, prostate or uterus) the bone marrow can be damaged. Also in Western medicine some researchers found the link between bone marrow defects and Mycoplasma.

Diagnosis

The BICOM BodyCheck (BBC)

Urogenital Mycoplasma in male patients

Mycoplasma in male patients is very often found: Mycoplasma homini and/or Ureaplasma urealyticum is seen in the prostate and/or urine bladder and/or kidneys. The most common clinical manifestation of M. spp. infection in men is that of acute or chronic urethritis, prostatitis, pelvic pain, low quality of semen and infertility. Common allopathic medicines in use are Erythromycin and Azithromycin. Resistance against Azithromycin is coming up and in such cases moxifloxacin has been helpful. Normal anti-biotics are ineffective. Growing resistance to azithromycin and moxifloxacin is being reported for Mycoplasma genitalium in the Asia-Pacific region.

Mycoplasma in the urogenital region can be a co-infection and left-over after the treat­ment of Chlannydia trachomatis or Neisseria gonorrhoeae. The gonococcal urethritis is treated with antibiotics, but is ineffective against Mycoplasma.’ Meaning: the myco­plasma stays intact after standard STD treatment.

Figure 6 — Source: Clinical Infectious Diseases, Volume 35, Issue 10, 15 November 2002

Using the BBC is extremely simple. Put the headphones on and start a manual scan or automatic scan. Normally every 8 weeks I start a next full automatic scan. It happens often that in the past weeks patients pickup a new virus or bacterium. If we only would do a rescan on organs that were treated last time, we would have a lot of missing information.

Figure 7 — BBC scan of the male urogenital region

In this case I found Mycoplasma in the prostate only. When we see a score of 5 or 6 we can draw a line around the bad score point (5) and create a spot measurement. Then we can click on the results:

Figure 8 — BBC scan of the pathogens inside the prostate

Explanation of the numbers: The numbers in the display are compared with the opti­mum distribution, which in this case is 1.687. The optimum distribution is made with a calculation against frequency and concentration. The deviation is the distance related to the mean (vertical line in the middle). The lower the deviation counter, the higher the probability of the conclusion. Here we find Ureaplasma urealyticum at 0.041 on the list in BOLD BLACK font, which is a top hit. Somewhat lower in gradation, but score still smaller than 1.687 we see: Mycoplasma homini at 1.319. Mycoplasma homini would thus be a next candidate, but the probability calculation of the frequency or concentration is lower.

Figure 9 — Probability distribution of possible pathogens

A lot of men suffer from prostatitis, high levels of prostate specific antigen (PSA) which is seen as a marker for prostate CA. This could be related to a chronic low grade infect level of mycoplasma as published on the following links.

  • Association of Mycoplasma hominis infection with prostate cancer
  • Detection of infectious organisms in archival prostate cancer tissues
  • The Prevalence of Ureaplasma Urealyticum and Mycoplasma Genitalium in Patients with Prostate Cancer in Shohada Hospital in Tehran, Iran’
  • Mycoplasma Genitalium: the prevalent, highly drug-resistant new STD nobody is testing for

When the patient claims to have urinating problems or was in hospital for a checkup I will normally do a double check with BICOMBICOMmultisoft® Pilot to be 100 % accurate in the diag­nosis. A 3rd check can be done with a blood sample under the microscope. To illustrate the combination here will follow some of my cases.

Case: Male, 63 years, prostatitis, redirected to hospital to check PSA.

Figure 10 — BBC urogenital area, and blood markers from the hot spot

Case: male, 46 years, prostatitis, urethritis, Mycoplasma homini

Raton list according to decreasing spectral similarity

Figure 11 a, b and c — BBC urogenital area, prostate and blood markers from prostate

Urogenital Mycoplasma infections in female patients Case: Lichen sclerosis

One severe case of a young woman of 34 years old diagnosed in the hospital with Li­chen sclerosus. She suffered from this painful situation already a long time, since she was 14 years old. I noticed on her scan: an ever changing combination of Candida albi­cans, E. coli, Mycoplasma homini and Ureaplasma urealyticum in her kidneys, bladder, vulva and uterus. The combination changes nearly every month. I have to admit that the infection maybe already damaged in the past her organs too much beyond repair. After some time the E.coli infection disappears and pain was relieved, but after 2 months returns. Allopathic medication does not help either. Some hormonal ointment gives a short pain free period but her overall condition is not improving.

Figure 12 — BBC, left kidney and urogenital area

Case: common bacterial STD’s together with Mycoplasma. Woman, 28 years old, was redirected to her doctor.

Figure 13 – BBC, urogenital area and double infection

If this kind of bacterial combination is treated with anti-biotics, the Chlamydia will probably disappear, but the Mycoplasma will survive and needs to be treated later also.

Mycoplasma in Bone Marrow problems

When checking the blood production, the BBC will display the problem especially on the breast bone, located on the diaphragm. At this screen the results often gives a pathology result like: hemolytic anemia, aplastic anemia, Vitamin B12 deficiency.

Case: Aplastic anemia

Once I did a scan on a lady that was already for 2 years in the hospital for anemia. She did not tell me why. But after a full body scan the priority displayed the breast bone at the top of the list and showed: aplastic anemia. Amazed as she was, she said: it took them 2 years in the hospital to find the diagnosis and now you did find the same in no more than 15 minutes. Immediately she took her mobile phone and took a picture of the screen to show it to her husband. Her plan was to follow treatment in the hospital with blood transfusions and stem cell therapy. Also this condition can be related to mycoplasma. Later her husband came together with her to my practice and also on his scan the result was aplastic anemia. So my first conclusion was: maybe it is an in­fection with an unknown pathogen.

She was not the only one that was seen to have the combination between urethritis, Mycoplasma and some forms of anemia.

Case: Hemolytic anemia

Woman, mother of 2 daughters, 52 years old, pyelonephritis, urethritis, Mycoplasma homini and hemolytic anemia. Always tired, concentration weakness, easily in panic.

Figure 14 a, b, c and d — BBC pyelonephritis, hemolytic anemia

Case: woman, 51 years old, urethritis, cystitis, Mycoplasma homini, hemolytic anemia

Figure 15 — BBC pyelonephritis, hemolytic anemia

Her bladder is better now, but her anemia still needs attention Case: Unwanted childless couple

Woman, 40 years, Mycoplasma homini infection in the uterus, chronic fatigue syn­drome, living 12 years with her husband still no children, unwanted childless. She has difficulties with social contacts, goes on the streets not often or with company. Medi­cation: anti-depressants. Lives with her husband in the house of her parents. Hospital gave no diagnosis for unwanted childless situation.

Figure 16 — BBC uterus and Mycoplasma homini

After a single session with BBC and BICOM BICOM optima®: Program “Bladder Infection” with Ureaplasma urealyticum in Ch1, urine input cup, Program Thymus, Program Hormones over foot.

Result: got pregnant within 2 weeks, gave birth to healthy baby in April 2018. EAV with BICOMBICOMmultisoft® Pilot

In the archive of BICOMBICOMmultisoft® Pilot a sample of Mycoplasma pneumonia, and Ureaplasma urealyticum is available. That is very practical when we do a test of patients with:

  • coinfections of Lyme disease
  • lung infections
  • kidney problems
  • anemia
  • bladder/prostate/uterus/ovaria problems

The testing procedure is reduced to a short time, because the BBC, we used in the previous check, already gives us a hint where to look. EAV can be a time consuming method because of the large number of possible acupoints and number of substances we need to do a test for.

The EAV testing procedure

First we check the major acupuncture points with the testing pen and cylindrical hand applicator (blue cables). The EAV method needs a lot of experience to be able to per­form reliable tests. For me the EAV method is the only method I use. Standard value should be 50 on the meter. Higher values indicate acute situation or infection. Low val­ues are low energy or degenerative. The point where we find the largest fallback of the values is our priority point. May be the testing value starts at 60 or 70 but after a few seconds falls back to 40 or below. The location of the acupoint tells us which meridian is under stress.

Activating a test signal from BICOMBICOMmultisoft® Pilot digital substances in the circuit tells us if a specific substance changes the EAV values; that is an indication by example for the type of pathogen: virus, bacteria or fungi, or maybe which therapeutic substance is indicated for therapy. If a substance stabilizes the signal without fallback and let it return to the value 50 it is useful for diagnosis and therapy.

I did a lot of effort to check if we indeed can predict the homeopathic dilutions on the BICOM. Amazingly the homeopathic BICOM programs that are used for dilutions be­tween D3 and D1000 are very accurate.

Figure 17 — The EAV meter on the BICOM

Step by Step EAV testing for Stealth Pathogens

  1. Start with 5 minutes zapping on 3.6 Hz and take a drink, boiled water or herbal tea.
  2. Program 3460 on the BICOM BICOM optima®: 3.6 Hz, 50s symmetric, H=3.2 Di=15, no inter­val, Time 8 minutes. Sometimes I need both step 1 and 2.
  3. Switching off electric equipment as much as possible (some patients can react on mobile phones, TL tube lights or air conditioners)
  4. Testing and treating geopathy and e-smog before continuing when needed
  5. Testing and treating scar tissue before continuing when needed
  6. Testing with the ampoules Mycoplasma pneumonia and/or Ureaplasma urealyti­cum
  7. Testing the group of malignancies (malignancies can also be stealthy)
  8. Testing the group of cytostatica
  9. Testing applicable BICOM programs together with pathogens in Ch1 and herbal formulas in Ch2.

NB.

Step 1 and 2: are using 3.6 Hz. This frequency is needed because it helps to make the cell walls transparent for electromagnetic information. In the beginning I did not un­derstand this, so I missed sometimes my diagnosis. This is especially true related to cases of cancer and Mycoplasma. Mycoplasmas are intracellular infections. I had the experience that a lady in my practice was called in the hospital for a stage 2 tumor in her breast, that I missed in my diagnosis. But Step 1 and 2 made the malignant cells visible for EAV. So Step 1 and 2 need to be a required standard procedure for stealth pathogens or malignancies.

Step 3, 4 and 5: are necessary to prevent negative influences to deviate the results. I noticed that one of the cancer patients got headaches when lamps were switched on. She was right, with EAV I was not able to stabilize a point to 50 without switching off the lights. When testing someone for a burnout I needed to switch off the air condi­tioning in the ceiling. Treat geopathy and scars first, because I had the experience that someone that tested positive for malignant cells at first, was negative after treating the e-smog and geopathy stressors.

Step 6, 7 and 8: A patient can have multiple infections. That can make things more complex and mask the outcome of a test. In that case an E. coli in the bladder can overrule the therapy and needs treatment in the first few sessions. Later a Myco­plasma in the bladder can be found and treated. That is why, by example, a lady with bladder infection is tested at her doctor practice first positive for E. coli, treated with anti-biotics, found to be clean a week later, but her complaints can stay. The underly­ing infection can be a Mycoplasma that escapes from tests. The best option for treat­ment is to include the husband as well. The infection can jump between her bladder and his prostate.

Microscopy

Under the microscope mycoplasmas can be seen with different configurations in fresh blood samples. Expected sizes between 0.9 pm — 0.1 p.m, to compare RBC’s are 7 p.m. Normally they have the shape of a small ‘fried egg’, when rotating in the fluid, it is pos­sible to see them from the side as a flat disc with a bubble in the center (darkfield).

When seen under the microscope the intracellular “filterable particles” can be of any kind. That makes discrimination between types practically impossible, based on mi­croscopy only. We need extra tests for a diagnosis, like BBC or BICOM EAV to tell what kind of pathogen could be present in the sample.

 

Treatment

  • My Favorite Basic programs 150 and 156 can be combined with herbal or chemical
  • Quadrant treatment: 130 — 135, Black cable on EAV high value, red cable on low

Lung infections

  • Lung infection: 423, flex applicator: breast bone, input cup: saliva, mycoplasma pneumonia, Ch2 Lung infiltrate, pain between shoulder blades: 525, flex applicator between shoulder blades, Modulation mat front side.
  • Thymus: 428, individualize up to 94 kHz and amplitude, flex applicator breast bone, input cup: applicable pathogen, Ch2: immune stimulation. Do also testing while running and adjust amplitude.
  • Vitality: 431, 900, flex applicator breast bone, input cup vitamin C, Ch2: Energy
  • Cough: 540, Ch2: Vitamin C, TCM products (probably Cough)
  • Sinusitis: 500, magnet hammer on nose or maxillary cavity, black cable inner connector, red cable outer connector, input cup: sputum, cotton stick from nose, applicable pathogen, Ch2. sinusitis

Urogenital infections

  • Do not forget to test and treat scar tissue: Many ladies have had an operation or cesarean section.
  • Bladder infections 490 and 950, Magnet hammer on bladder, female patient on uterus or ovaria, male patient on prostate, black cable center connector, red cable outer ring connector, modulation mat on back, input cup: saliva, urine, Ureaplasma urealyticum, Ch2: Bladder infection (This is a strong setting: I removed with this method also a cyst on the ovaria of a lady).
  • Males: Prostate programs after testing, settings like bladder infections.
  • Kidney: 480, plus 481 or 482, small flex applicator on infected kidney, input cup: Ureaplasma urealyticum, pyelonephritis ampoule Ch2: kidney (KTT® 5E), when both kidneys infected: repeat on the other kidney.
  • Child wish, Hormonal balance over foot: 980, 981, small flex applicator left foot, hormones female (NB. this is a strong one: you have to warn husband and wife to take a contraceptive method when not in child wish, one lady was warned, she did not believe me, because she got Lucrin from a doctor, which is a 3 months contraceptive injection: the baby is now one year old, she (and her doctor) was shocked but happy…).
  • Thymus: 428, individualize up to 94 kHz and amplitude, square flex applicator on sternum,

input cup: Ureaplasma urealyticum, Ch2: Immunity boost, Small Modulation mat on bladder

  • When needed after testing: Blood circulation in belly 504, Ch2. Circulation/Vita­mins

 

  • Detoxification with finger nails: nails from ring finger (Triple Burner) 516, ring finger left hand inside cylindrical applicator, input cup: applicable pathogen, Ch2: KTT® female genitals/hormones (will detoxify breast tissue and hormonal tissue)
  • When patient gets headaches after treatment, then Harmonization 127, square
    flex applicator on belly, input cup empty, normally 3 or 4 minutes is enough.

Anemia, different kinds of bone marrow defects

  • Energize fresh alcohol ampoule or glass of water on BBC, and place that on input cup of the BICOM
  • Run Basic programs
  • Thymus: 428, input cup: Ureaplasma urealyticum and/or mycoplasma pneumonia, Immunity boost, Revlimid, Curcumin, vitamin C.
  • Kidney: Kidney-Functional Weakness 480, 481, 482, flex applicator on kidney, input cup: blood, Ch2: CTT— Kidney, Bones
  • Blood values improving: 310, 311, input cup blood, small flex applicator on both (K.27 acupoints, collar bones)
  • Prepare water: input cup: Revlimid, Curcumin, vitamin C, Output: red cable in bot­tle of water 1 Liter, no modulation mat, Amplitude = 50 — 60x, no wobble, continu­ous operation, all frequencies, 5 min., drink every hour small cup.

Conclusion

We have seen that Mycoplasma is a type of cell wall deficient bacterium or “Stealth Pathogen”. By nature Mycoplasmas are not sensitive for standard anti-biotics. Some drugs are still effective, like erythromycin, but new strains are gaining resistance again. The size of the bacteria is so small that it escapes normal bacterial tests and because of the bypassing of filtration could be misdiagnosed as a virus. Also the small size of the bacteria is giving them an opportunity to invade other cells. Those intracellular infec­tions can cause a lot of damage to our health because it escapes the immune system and may create a chronic condition. They can infiltrate organs where they live without notice, and the majority of people stay without any symptoms for a long time. When they cause problems in a later stage, it is often overlooked in the diagnosis.

Mycoplasmas can escape from the immune system, but also from our tests with the BICOM if we do not take precautions by pre-running programs with 3.6 Hz that open cell walls for electromagnetic scans and therapy. After proper diagnosis and treatment we find that therapy resistant persons can be treated normally and heal completely. In some cases the infection is very stubborn. Why? Infiltrated human cells can eject their contamination after normal lifetime and the cycle will restart. That means that even after improving the condition of the patient we need to stay alert and respond to new or reoccurring symptoms.

Ron Havenaar

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