As I know, it is also still the case today that the immune system is largely, not solely, the factor that determines whether the human being falls ill or dies from the epidemic. If you, as a doctor, can say something about the immune system for once, I am sure it would be instructive for all those who read our talk reports?
Ptaah: I can gladly do that and say that the immune system of the human being and all those living beings that have it is the factor that largely determines the health of the whole body, but is not absolutely responsible for providing a complete defence against every infection in full effectiveness. This is because other decisive factors besides the immune system are important for a pathogen to penetrate and cause an infection. However, I am not allowed to give more details about this, because this would violate our directives, which do not allow us to interfere in any way with the course of any development in any field, science or other branch, etc. This has nothing to do with such things. It has nothing to do with giving advice on one thing or another. So just by mentioning a certain technical term I would be violating our directives, but I cannot do that in a certain way, so I will limit myself to a more detailed explanation concerning the immune system, which is universally of equal value.The body of the human being as well as of all life-forms is constantly exposed to attacks from environmental influences, parasites, bacteria, viruses, fungi, microbes and toxins, etc., which lurk everywhere. Without the body’s own defence system, the majority of all life-forms would be defenceless against the attacks of these disease influencers. The immune system acts defensively against the attackers and prevents infections, normally rejecting the pathogens that could enter the body from the outside and make it sick.The body’s immune system is mainly distributed among the cells and organs, each of which has specific tasks in the complex system and the defence against pathogens. The following can be mentioned:
- The mucous membranes are mainly endangered by the penetration of pathogens, i.e. the causes of infections, but also the throat, the nose and the intestines, and ultimately also the skin.
- The organ spleen has to fulfil functions of immune defence, namely with regard to the multiplication of white blood cells, the so-called lymphocytes, whereby overaged red blood cells are also secreted via the spleen. But it also stores defence cells, which are then supplied to the body when an immune defence is necessary.
- A few defence cells are also produced as precursors in the bone marrow.
- Then the tonsils also have an initial defence function against externally invading pathogens.
- The lymph nodes and lymph node tracts simultaneously form a collection point for defence cells and antibodies.
- Above the heart is the primary lymphatic organ, the thymus, or glandular tissue, which, as part of the lymphatic system, stores the mature defence cells or T-cells.
The immune system has 2 different types of bacteria and lines of defence for the defence against pathogens, firstly the body’s own immune system, which is based on 2 pillars or 2 lines of defence, namely the natural immune system and secondly the immune system learned and acquired by the body. So there are the 2 following systems:
- The natural immune system resp. adaptive resp. non-specific immune system, which is inherent and innate to the human being, as to every other life-form carrying an immune system.
- The 2nd specific immune system has to be learned and trained by the human body, but this requires an initial contact with any pathogens, whereby the body then uses its ability to form antibodies.
An early warning of the immune system is given by the so-called branched cells, whose task is to alert a system of early warning of the immune system, immediately after the registration of a foreign invader in the body.
Protective means of the adaptive immune system are mechanical and chemical barriers, whereby the adaptive or innate immune system is the first to come on the scene as soon as pathogens make themselves felt and seek to find their way into the body. The early warning system usually identifies all foreign bodies and pathogens on first contact. This system, however, is divided into external and internal perceptions, which can be explained as follows:
- The external protective function is formed by the skin and the mucous membranes, which in their function and existence are also called mechanical barriers, which protect the human body purely mechanically.
- The inner protective function, on the other hand, is exercised by the chemical barrier.
This external barrier consists of body fluids as well as the body’s own chemical substances that prevent the deposition of invading pathogens such as bacteria and viruses by immediately directing or flushing them away from the body. The main substances of this chemical barrier are:
- cilia of the bronchial tubes, but also the intestinal musculature, which, due to their constant movement, are responsible for ensuring that no bacteria or other pathogenic germs can be deposited in the bronchial tubes or in the intestines.
- Eye fluid,
- Vaginal fluid,
- Gastric Juice.
The substances that are available to the chemical barrier for defence or to prevent the invasion of pathogens are the phagocytes and killer cells, which are naturally given. Both types are constantly active in the cellular defence within the scope of their capacity, consequently they directly take up pathogens and foreign bodies, destroy them or transport them away.
- phagocytes belong to the leucocytes or white blood cells, which eat up the pathogen, after which what remains of it is transported to the cell surface, where the specific immune system then also carries out the further immune defence assigned to it.
- killer cells become active in a different sequence, particularly in the case of viruses and tumour-like cells. If they recognise such cell types, then a production immediately occurs to create special cell poisons, which then destroy the viruses or tumour cells.
If the specific immune system is explained in more detail, then it is to be said that it fights specific pathogens in a very targeted manner. It is important to note that if it is to do its job well, it must first ‘get to know’ the pathogen, which means that identification is necessary. A direct ‘confrontation’, so to speak, takes place between the immune system and the pathogen, whereupon, after identification, the immune system responds by producing special defence cells that serve to destroy the pathogen. This means that the immune system’s reaction takes a little longer, because the first contact with a pathogen actually requires clarification as to what kind of invader it is. As is common everywhere, once something has been recognised or experienced, it is also the case with the immune system that on further contact with the same pathogen, it is recognised, consequently the system reacts more effectively and immediately takes countermeasures against it. The reason why the specific immune system protects the human body against certain diseases in this way is that the symptoms of the disease are significantly weaker or do not appear at all in the event of further contact with the pathogen. The immune system, which has learned everything it can about a pathogen through the first attack, then continues to work with the help of 2 types of cells, namely:
- with the T-cells or T-lymphocytes, which the human body has in the bone marrow, but which migrate from there to the thymus to mature and are then deposited in the tissue. In their fight against pathogens, the T cells perform 3 different tasks, namely as:
T-helper cells, which basically initiate the defence reaction in the body,
T-killer cells, which recognise and destroy infected cells and also tumour cells,
T-memory cells, which ensure that the specific immune system directly identifies the specific pathogen already infected once on the next contact and can react quickly against it.
- B cells or B lymphocytes are also formed in the bone marrow, and they remain there to mature. Like the T-cells, the B-cells also have names from the place where they mature. The B-cells are always targeted at a particular pathogen, but they only form on that pathogen when the body has contact with it. The B cells are also activated by the T helper cells, and this happens when the pathogen enters the body and matches the B cell. The T-cells in turn then sound the alarm, causing the B-cells to multiply rapidly and transform into plasma cells, which in turn produce numerous antibodies or immunoglobulins/proteins within a very short time that render the pathogen harmless.
While the innate immune system attacks everything that crosses the body’s barriers, the learned immune system is targeted and specialised to specific pathogens. T- and/or B-cells specifically attack a pathogen with specially targeted antibodies, and do so more efficiently even when an initial immune response takes more time because the learned immune system works more slowly than the innate immune system during initial contact with the pathogen.
The immune system can also be strengthened or weakened by a wide variety of influencing factors. For example, many external factors have both positive and negative influences, such as an unbalanced diet, alcohol, nicotine and everyday stress. On the other hand, the immune system can be strengthened by a balanced diet and also by a targeted supply of the necessary micronutrients. The body’s own defences, which are thus addressed, require micronutrients, which are extremely diverse and vital, but which, in contrast to macronutrients such as fat, carbohydrates and protein and other substances that the human organism has to take in as plant and animal food, do not provide the human body with energy, which enable it to be energised and strong, but rather keep it healthy and able to defend itself against disease by means of a functioning immune system.
The abuse of alcohol and cigarettes weakens the human beings’ immune defence and makes them more susceptible to pathogens and infections of all kinds, which is due to the fact that the antibodies for the defence against foreign substances and pathogens resp. immunoglobulins cannot be formed or can only be created very sparsely. The result is, for example, that a wound becomes inflamed very quickly or that wound healing is significantly slowed down, as well as that serious complications can be caused.
Very rapidly, however, these symptoms are intensified, for example, by the duration of the addiction to smoking, how long it has lasted and whether arteriosclerotic vascular changes have already developed that affect the blood supply to the skin, which has a further negative effect on the course of wound healing.
Alcohol is harmful to the entire immune system in a similar way as smoking; it even leads to an overreaction of the immune system, whereby the production of immune cells increases greatly, but later an opposite effect occurs and the killer cells of all kinds decrease and at the same time permanently limit the activity as well as the effectiveness of the immune system.
A human being who is an alcoholic or who frequently and carelessly consumes alcohol in excess will fall ill much more quickly, e.g. with pneumonia, than a human being who thoughtfully and sensibly restrains himself from alcoholic beverages so that neither an addiction nor a state of intoxication or simply a habit of drinking alcohol develops. In any case, alcohol is harmful either way if it is supplied to the body on a daily basis, but is not enjoyed sporadically in small amounts and in a way that is not harmful to the body.
The micronutrients take over key functions for the immune competence, namely in such a way that the supply of the body with all necessary substances or vitamins, minerals, trace elements and secondary plant substances functions, whereby e.g. vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, folic acid or vitamin B9, then also vitamin B12, vitamin D, zinc and iron etc. are significant and important. These have a positive effect on the immune system, whereby vitamin D and zinc are of particular importance for the immune system, because both are of special importance for the normal function of the immune system.
Other essential micronutrients that provide for the immune value of the human body are substances that have a decisive importance for the maintenance of the immune system through a healthy and balanced diet. The most important prerequisite for this is therefore a balanced diet that is such that the immune defence system can function optimally. In this context, overweight or underweight of the body is also to be avoided, which is why care should be taken that:
- the body is supplied daily with sufficient vitamins, minerals, trace elements and secondary plant substances, which is usually done through the diet. However, since natural foodstuffs have long since lost their value on Earth due to the application of chemicals and other toxins for rapid growth in the entire agricultural economy and also in the private sphere, even before the middle of the last century, since their invigorating naturalness for real nourishment has lost its value in a comprehensive way due to the use of chemicals and other toxins, the assistance of food supplements in the form of additional micronutrients has become necessary and supportive.
- overweight or underweight of the human body is in any case and without exception harmful to health, because first of all overweight increases the susceptibility to infections, while underweight, on the other hand, is usually accompanied by a nutrient deficiency as well as a mineral deficiency, which negatively affects the immune system.
- Furthermore, a high-fat diet is to be avoided, because this impairs the function of the immune system and thus increases the susceptibility to infections dramatically and uncontrollably.
- Care should be taken to ensure that sufficient omega-3 fatty acids are always consumed, which are contained in high quantities in fish as well as linseed and rapeseed oil, among others.
- It is a matter of course in a healthy diet that the diet should be varied and that one main food should not be used repeatedly within 12 days. This is because a diet that is too little varied is completely unable to provide the necessary natural minerals, which impairs the immune system and the general health of the body and thus promotes overweight or obesity.
If this is adhered to and what is learned is trained by the immune system, thereby strengthening the body’s own defences, only then can it function correctly. The immune system itself is a complex system formed by different organs, cells, tissues and signalling substances, which is also constantly alert to ward off any threats from all kinds of germs immediately and as quickly as possible. However, in order for this defence mechanism to really function smoothly, it is necessary for the human beings to pay attention to and do what is necessary.
The immune system is dependent on help and strengthening from the outside, consequently the human being should support it himself, among other things with:
- a truly balanced diet, which is varied and appropriate,
- as well as with necessary food supplements, which can also consist of tried and tested home remedies.
The intestine in particular, as part of the immune system, has a very great influence on the body’s own defences and thus also on health. The intestine, which is around six to nine metres long in normal human beings and also has a total surface area of around 400 square metres, is responsible for 77 to 83 percent of the immune defence in the entire body of a normal human being. The intestine decides what the intestinal barrier allows to enter the bloodstream and what not. The good bacteria are distinguished from the bad, just as pathogens are denied entry into the bloodstream. The intestine, which is part of the immune system and thus has a very great influence on the body’s own defences, is not only very important for human beings, it is vital. Thus the intestine, with its influence on the immune system, is the most important organ of all in this respect.
The brain is important for the immune system, because it is – but you are not to mention this later, as you are not to mention various other things, but which I will mark specifically so that you know what to keep quiet when you call up our conversation, but which you yourself can of course know, which is why I will also mention it – with regard to … responsible for … and the blood-brain-…, because … the immune cells … in …, which means that the brain has a very important influence on the immune system. … A human being – like you, you are aware of this because we have already talked about this in detail when you suffered a left-sided stroke – whose brain has been damaged by a stroke, is consequently more susceptible to infections caused by pathogens, and this is especially the case when the left hemisphere of the brain has been damaged. It is also worth mentioning that left-sided brain damage has a negative effect on the immune system of the intestine. …
It is also to be explained that in human beings, in animals, as well as in various other living beings, certain genes have an influence on the immune system, and also on various brain functions of various brain areas. Immunological diseases are also able to negatively influence the memory function of the memory and the vegetative nervous system. This is because permanent stress also influences and damages brain activity in the same way as two very important nervous systems are influenced by the brain, namely the sympathetic nervous system, which as part of the autonomic nervous system supplies the intestines in particular, and the parasympathetic nervous system, which belongs to the involuntary autonomic nervous system and is responsible for relieving tension and regeneration, whereby the respiratory rate and heart rate flatten out. Permanent stress can cause lasting damage to the immune system, because stress, like certain other nerve stimuli, is able to penetrate directly into the immune cells in the brain, thus influencing the brain and thus the immune system negatively or positively. In this case, stress in particular is one of the influencing factors that have a very negative effect. The two nerve cords sympathetic and parasympathetic, starting from the brain and running through the whole body, correspond to a necessity that is extremely vital with regard to consciousness and the psyche. They also supply important organs and cells, including the spleen and the lymph nodes, where parts of the immune system are located.
To explain this with regard to the immune system is the most important thing that actually every human being should know.
That is really steep, but whether the majority of Earth-humans really grasp it and really understand it is probably too much to ask. The majority would rather believe in a delusion of God than think for themselves and do what is correct.
But what about recognising, as I learned from Sfath, that there are living beings in the air as well as in the water that have nothing to do with the plankton beings or aeroplankton beings, such as algae, spores, plant seeds and viruses, pollen, thunderstorm beings, bacteria of the canopy spiders, etc.? Living beings, in other words, that have not yet been discovered by scientists because they lack the apparatus and instruments to do so. Is it fair to assume that findings will soon be made in this regard?
That will take a very long time, because the life you are referring to is the finest bioaerosols or the tiniest micro-organisms, which cannot be investigated with the equipment etc. that exists on Earth today, let alone fathom them. These are many times tinier than anything that the scientists responsible for this have been able to find out and determine with their apparatus and devices, because these are still very primitive and far removed from what would be useful to find out what is necessary.
And yet they think how clever they are and that they have eaten all knowledge with the shovels. So it is not, as Sfath said in the 1940s, that what already exists in the new millennium is only a beginning of what must be brought into existence, and that is much more than the earthling could ever imagine. All the technical achievements, which, moreover, will only be brought about from the 21st century onwards, are practically only a drop in the ocean, which can only be touched with gloves, because first everything has to be invented, which will take a long time into the 3rd millennium, and before that is possible – provided that it is possible at all due to overpopulation. This because this had already laid the foundation stone at the beginning of the new millennium for the fact that … … …
But you should …
… of course, you’re right. But if I want to talk about something else, it occurs to me that I have been asked about the biblical giant Goliath, as well as Gog and Magog Enag. Unfortunately, with Sfath I only saw Goliath, who was actually no taller than Danel, who measures 250 cm. But as for the others, I don’t know if they really existed?
I’m afraid I don’t know that either, because I didn’t travel around in the past to find out whether they were real or not.
The tallest giant I know personally, that is Andron, who is 550 cm tall, who Bruni also saw when he was leaning comfortably against the roof skylight at the house. Then, on the way to the air tower, the army night watchman who cut down young trees for more than 3,000 francs saw him. His reaction was completely idiotic, because he ran down to the guardhouse in fear and shot himself.
I am aware of that.
What do you think or what do the Plejaren think about sportsmen and sportswomen playing sports for money instead of doing real work?
The same thing I wonder about concerning football, tennis and other kinds of popular stupidity and that through the stupidity of the spectators and fanatics the players etc. can ‘earn’ a lot of money and live on it in joys and glory, as you often say in other relation, because they get millions through the stupidity of their followers belonging to both sexes, I find that disgusting. We Plejaren do not have such things, if only because we do not know money. And as for the stupidity of the followers, whose enthusiasm often corresponds to fanaticism, these human beings would do well if they were to take a job or a hobby on their own initiative.
Then something about neonicotinoids, which penetrate into the plant cells, as well as other insecticides. In total, all these poisons have already wiped out about 75% of the insect world, as you said, but practically humanity is also being treated with these poisons and exposed to diseases or death. This without the majority of earthlings really caring. Only a few environmentally conscious people are doing something about it, but what they are doing is something like a drop in the ocean, so their efforts are actually useless. Also, according to your measurements, there is much more fine plastic in the air, in the water and in all possible and impossible places on meadows, in forests and everywhere else, that the Earth is really contaminated with all kinds of toxins with plastic. We are mainly talking about plastic that is as fine as dust and is therefore not perceived by human beings, but which is deposited in the lungs and intestines through inhalation and even gets into the brain and thus ultimately impairs its function. This is not yet known to those of our scientists who are concerned with environmental pollution, whereby plastic is also brought up, but not in a form that really corresponds to what you have fathomed with certainty.
Already about 7 years ago we talked privately about the fact that microplastics organically change human beings and their brains, this among other substances, as you said. I also remember that you explained that very fine plastic particles etc. also change the thinking and mentality of human beings, through plastic particles and other material particles that are as fine and small as dust. But the organism of animals and all living beings in general is also affected by this, as you said. But we also talked about the fact that the mentality of the majority of humanity, as well as their general behaviour, could no longer escape dumbing down. Human beings will no longer be able to cope with life properly, which in time will reach global proportions and increasingly bring the psyche of many people into such turmoil and disorder that many suicides will be committed, human beings who have gone crazy will commit murders unexpectedly out of the blue and for incomprehensible reasons, and they will also be mentally ill for the rest of their lives.
Since about the second half of the last century, all the poison spread by the chemical industry has had an effect on all natural foodstuffs and also on the human being’s brain, and thus also on his thinking, and also on the animals, the creatures, the fish, birds and creepers, and on all genera and species of walking beings in general, and also on all genera and species of all other living beings. Consequently, countless living creatures have died up to the present time, and this will continue to be the case from now on and in the future. The application of all kinds of chemicals for many decades has also led to many plants being poisoned and wiped out with chemical poisons, as well as many wild creatures finding no or only scarce food and thus migrating from their traditional areas and settling in new areas, where they may cause damage. Wolves, for example, look for new habitats because in their previous home ranges the hunters have largely shot down their prey. But the same thing is also happening to other life-forms, such as deer, whose young are being killed by irresponsible farmers by ruthlessly mowing down meadows without first searching everywhere in the grass to see where young deer are lying and ensuring that they do not meet a cruel death at the hands of the mowing machines. But many farmers and managers of large agricultural enterprises don’t care, because they are only interested in making money. The fact that a lot of wild life is killed and thus more and more wild creatures are wiped out is of no interest to the money-grubbers.
Many ecological areas and other areas have been destroyed beyond repair by chemicals, and the chemical companies that produce the chemical poison have earned and continue to earn themselves silly with it, unconscionably shovelling billions upon billions. This is also the case with the waste of useless or dangerous substances in general, such as partly with ineffective Corona vaccines, to which many human beings have fallen victim and through which many more human beings will die, because certain vaccines used have not been sufficiently tested or are useless or simply unsuitable in their effectiveness.
And this has been manifesting itself on a daily basis for a long time. We first noticed the dumbing down, as you call it, of young Earth-humans back in 1984. They have also become dependent and fanatical and in many cases without control, also the adult human beings of both sexes, especially from sports fanaticism, which is related to the activities of those who practice sports for financial gain. Earth-humans have also allowed themselves to be enslaved by technology, whereby communication technology in particular has led to a lack of personality, i.e. to the loss of personal relationships between human beings. Connections of a personal nature have developed to the point of insignificance, and marital unions have become dependent on very large financial assets, as well as on the degree of public awareness of the persons.