The light and the gravitational pull of the Moon affect the behaviour of organisms, like you and me!
One of the most obvious ways the Moon affects Earth is by pulling on the oceans and creating tides. Studies of certain animals have shown that even when kept in a lab under constant light and temperature, the animals are still most active at the times that the tide would be out.
Moonlight alters animal behaviour, such as when marine organisms move up and down in the sea in accordance with the level of moonlight, in order to keep their light levels constant. On land, some nocturnal animals come out on a well-lit night to hunt, while others stay hidden so as to avoid predators.
The effects of the Moon on humans remains a source of constant debate.
Some health workers and police believe that they are busiest on nights when the Moon is full. This suggests that crimes, visits to the emergency room and births are highest at those times of the month. As yet, science has been unable to prove any link between the moon and its influence on animal behaviour. The female menstrual cycle, as well as disturbed sleeping patterns are affected by the lunar rhythms, according to scientific documents on the matter.
The above text is excerpts from various sources I found on Internet. There are lots written about this topic. A reliable, comprehensive resource can be found on the Wikipedia site.
I find the lunar effect very interesting and believe many of us are affected because of bacteria and parasites which reside in our bodies. The Moon is thought to have formed about 4.5 billion years ago. The ancestors of modern bacteria were the first forms of life to appear on Earth, about 4 billion years ago. Modern Homo sapiens evolved about 200,000 years ago. Thus bacteria have 20,000 times more experience with lunar cycles than humans.
Budo has a golden rule stating any technique is not fully mastered before accomplished 10,000 times. “Fear not the one who has practiced 10,000 kicks once. But fear the one who has practiced one kick 10,000 times.” – Bruce Lee.
Bacteria are super masters in sensing the lunar effect. At full moon their activity sparkles inside our bodies and we get so-called moon madness.
If you believe in my unqualified scientific theory, then have your blood examined if you are affected by full moon. My blood has been examined in three different labs:
Borreliose Centrum Augsburg Clinic found no antibodies for Borrelia, Bartonella, Babesia, Chlamydia, Ehrlichia and Mycoplasma. But they found Borrelia Burgdorferi DNA by a multiplex PCR test. Infectolab also sent my sample to IGeneX, California for validation, and yes indeed their multiplex PCR also revealed the DNA. Further the German lab result pointed out that my CD57+ NK was extremely low.
Himmunitas, Belgium also didn’t find any antibodies but positive PCR for Bartonella and Borrelia was confirmed by sequencing. Further they also confirmed my CD57+ lymphocytes to be extremely low. Other results were; Nagalase activity increased, total anti-oxidant capacity abnormal, C3a very low, C4a mildly increased, soluble CD14 increased, cytokines in the serum increased mRNA for IL-10 and TGF-beta1, elastase normal and urine neurotoxin test positive 3+.
These tests were performed more than a half year after I had Ceftriaxone IV treatment for twelve consecutive weeks. Some say these tests are weak and based on pseudoscience, others say they are the best so far.
So if the results are for real, then:
- I have an infection with Bartonella and Borrelia at least
- My immune is too weak to produce antibodies
- Three months Ceftriaxone had imposingly no effect
- The CD57 count indicate how heavily I am infected
But if the PCR tests are wrong then what about CD57+ Natural Killer cell count? Could it indicate that my ALS is caused by an unknown virus?
I believe ALS is a toilet bowl diagnosis for a variety of diseases and there are probably hundreds of different strains caused by hundreds of different factors. Bacteria, fungus and virus could as well be factors.