Multiple sclerosis (MS) is not a disease at all!

We received an article in English (“Multiple sclerosis is Lyme disease: Anatomy of a cover-up”) that is hard to beat in terms of explosiveness. This article explains that the true cause of multiple sclerosis (MS) is infection with Borrelia pathogens (Bb s.l., Borrelia burgdorferi).

Lyme multiple sclerosis 

It is meticulously listed here that this fact has actually been known since 1911 and has been confirmed again and again by independent studies worldwide. But these results seem to have been systematically suppressed by the medical-industrial complex, and instead research has been steered in other directions, where it has not produced any results to date. MS is only a symptom of Lyme disease! In fact, Lyme spirochete pathogens have been found in the brain of every MS patient.

But it gets even more violent: “…There are very hard facts proving that fibromyalgia (soft tissue rheumatism), Parkinson’s disease, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), lupus, Crohns disease, front-temporal dementia (FTD), Alzheimer’s disease and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS ) are also triggered by these spirochete bacteria. …14 of 16 Alzheimer’s patients would have live Treponema spirochetes in their brains….”

If we now add the previously known reports that Borrelia was further developed by the Nazis as a bio warfare agent, suddenly completely different dimensions open up. The Amys took all the records, researchers and materials to the US after WWII as part of the “Paper Clip” operation and later the first pathogens were released in the Lyme area intentionally or negligently (that’s why it’s called Lyme disease).

This explosive article would explain, on the one hand, why these neuro-degenerative diseases have only been spreading like an epidemic for the last 50 years and, on the other hand, why conventional medicine has been groping in the dark for 50 years with all of the above diseases, finding no causes, which supposedly lead to infirmity and premature death as if set in stone. A veritable El Dorado for symptom-relieving drugs!

However, once the true cause is identified, there are always simple ways to fix it. Very promising are studies showing that MS and ALS patients respond to antibiotics (see below), as this further confirms the infection hypothesis.

Now we realize why there are so many success stories with Jim Humble’s MMS/Chlorine Dioxide for these above diseases. Only with the oxidation of heavy metals and the aluminum alone this was difficult to explain. So there are pathogens that MMS/chlorine dioxide can kill. Also, the approval of sodium chlorite as a drug for ALS now takes on a deeper meaning. On the one hand, the non-activated sodium chlorite has immune-stimulating as well as immune-modulating, on the other hand, it is activated in the stomach by the stomach acid (hydrochloric acid) to chlorine dioxide and this quickly kills the pathogens. Incidentally, almost all of the above neuro-degenerative diseases have to do with an overactive immune system that attacks and breaks down its own body. Immunomodulating means that an overactive immune system is shut down by sodium chlorite administration and no longer destroys itself (e.g. muscles or nerves).

Instead of antibiotics we would carry out a newly developed CDS-MMS alternating cure according to the protocol CDS-1000 with 1-2 times a day administration of classical MMS over several months. More on this soon in an updated edition of our free e-book “Healing with MMS?” (log on to to download). We are also working on a very promising new method to accelerate these healing processes. More on that here shortly too!

And here are some more recent of the studies cited:

1986-USA Relapsing fever/lyme disease – Multiple Sclerosis Archives
2000-Poland Lyme borreliosis and Multiple sclerosis: Any connections? Archive
2001-Norway Association between Multiple sclerosis and Cystic structures in Cerebrospinal Fluid Archive
2004-Switzerland Chronic Lyme borreliosis at the root of Multiple sclerosis Archive
2009-Romania Controversies in late Neuroborreliosis and Multiple sclerosis Archive
Study: Patients with ALS and MS respond to antibiotics Archive
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