Man From Antioquia, May Hold Clue to Alzheimer’s Prevention, Media Suggests on May 16 – And a Bit of Real Science

The story goes like this. A man who seemed fated to develop memory loss in his 40s or 50s, based on family history, kept normal function for decades longer than he should have. He seems to have been protected by a rare gene change that enhanced the function of a protein that helps nerve cells communicate.

The man is part of a large family in Antioquia, Colombia, with many members who have inherited a mutated gene called presenilin-1, or PSEN1. Carriers of PSEN1 are almost certain to develop Alzheimer’s disease at a relatively young age.
The man, who had the PSEN1 mutation, did eventually develop memory and thinking problems. He was diagnosed with mild dementia at the age of 72, then experienced more memory decline and an infection. He died of pneumonia at age 74.

But by all indications, he should have had memory and thinking problems decades earlier. When doctors examined his brain after death, they found it loaded with beta amyloid and tau, two proteins that accumulate in the brains of people with Alzheimer’s. However, he had something working in his favor, too. A genetic analysis revealed that the man had a rare change in a gene that codes for a protein called reelin, which helps nerve cells communicate.

Well, first off. The fabricated theory of amyloid plaque build-up as a cause of Alzheimer’s has been severely debunked in recent years, and that theory was the basis for all funding of Alzheimer’s research since 2006. And although debunked, many doctors, researches, and “scientists” are still trapped in that web of complete pseudo-science. Same thing happened with cholesterol being targeted as a bad guy, when all our cells are made out of cholesterol and our bodies manufacture and regulate cholesterol levels, as it is needed for cellular repair. This can only happen if we get enough cholesterol or building blocks for cholesterol, as in animal-based foods. If cholesterol is high, it is needed for healing. If you try to lower it, for example with medication or a retarded low-fat diet, you stop the healing and cause even more damage, shortening your lifespan. Same is true if you consume too little animal fats and cholesterol, as that will lower your cholesterol production and thus your healing abilities.

Now, this article mentions PSEN-1, allegedly a gene that causes Alzheimer’s. Well, although most of the field of genetics and such are pseudo-science, other scientist claim that a malfunctioning or mutated PSEN-1 causes a problem with lysosomes, our body’s ability to break down old damaged proteins and renew them, as in autophagy. And guess what, yes, there are several studies linking autophagy, as in fasting, to improving Alzheimer’s. And what shuts down autophagy? Eating, and especially elevated blood sugar, as in eating carbohydrates. If you eat several meals a day, and close to your bed time, your body will struggle to get any autophagy activation at all, as it is slowly activated once blood sugar is stabilized and then increase in intensity after 8 to 16 hours without food, and reaches its peak after 36 to 48 hours without food. Considering that a large meal can take 6 hours to digest, most people hardly tap into autophagy at all. So, it’s no surprise that younger and younger people develop modern diseases such as Alzheimer’s, because it’s a symptom of your very toxic and unhealthy life style.

Also, we know that a lack of animal fats, as in saturated fats, and also a lack of cholesterol cause brain shrinkage, mental- and memory decline, and mental illness. So, anyone with any kind of brain-related problem or Alzheimer’s should make sure to get plenty of animal fats and cholesterol, and then make sure to fast, as in doing intermittent fasting or even OMAD (one meal a day) and prolonged fasting of 3 to 5 days at intervals until better. That is all you can do, and it will help, it might even completely reverse it, as I’ve witnessed many times.

So, this article by CNN is mostly complete bullocks (as always,) it’s a great sales-pitch for a new totally irrelevant treatment that will make someone a lot of money. And this is very obvious if we look at the coding of the article, which has ugly Jesuit fingerprints all over it.

They claim that the man lived in Antioquia, and this fabricated “discovery” was headline news on May 16th, the 136th day of the year, and a day with 44 and 55-date numerology. Well, ‘Antioquia’ sums to 136 in reverse and reduces to 44 and to 55 in reverse. What an incredible coincidence. Three out of four in the main English ciphers on the date. Impossible odds.

May 16 = 136th day
5/16/23 = 5 + 16 + 23 = 44
5/16/2023 = 5 + 1+6 + (20) + (23) = 55

Antioquia = 136, 44, 55

And with a 55-date numerology, Alzheimer’s and a man from Antioquia is a great topic. Not to mention that this man had an alleged PSEN1 gene mutation.

5/16/2023 = 5 + 1+6 + (20) + (23) = 55

Alzheimer’s = 55
Antioquia = 55
PSEN1 = 55

Now, Antioquia, Colombia, is connected to the Jesuits by the numbers, which is hardly a surprise.

Antioquia, Colombia = 177, 78, 1062
The Jesuit Order = 177, 78, 1062

Antioquia, Colombia = 78
Jesuit = 78

They claim that the man became ill with mild dementia at 72. The number of the Jesuit Order.

Jesuit Order = 72

And that he died at 74, the GOD-number also representing the killing of Jesus on the cross. We’ve seen this in many rituals where the Jesuits, aka., The Society of Jesus are involved. How appropriate.

Killing = 74
Jesus = 74
Cross = 74
Masonic = 74

The “scientist” named in the article is referred to as ‘Arboleda-Velasquez,’ a very fitting name for a fabricated fake story and a Jesuit ritual.

Arboleda-Velasquez = 69, 78, 93
The Jesuit Order = 69, 78, 93

And yes people, this is how “science” works on the World Stage. That is, the fake science that get recognition and lay the foundation for further studies and research, as with the fake amyloid plaque theory, all while real science only get published in some journal (at best,) and then is forgotten.

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