Some Basics about the current Pneumonia outbreak – McKana

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Some Basics about the current Pneumonia outbreak

DECEMBER 4, 2023 9:06 AM
December 2, 2023

Proverbs 3:5-6(KJV)

Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.

In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.


Yesterday, as revealed by the Lord, I posted a message about a “Pneumonia outbreak in Ohio.” In the vision, unusually, I saw the state as “white” like sand white. No greenery and no specific terrain that attract attention. I was wondering why I see a state with no other clues. I have no prior knowledge about the Pneumonia outbreak in the state. After sending the message to be posted, I started searching out for the news and examine the literature review I made about the outbreak in China on November 2, 2023.

True to the vision, there have been 142 reported cases of pediatric pneumonia, reported in Ohio.

Like the initial stages of Corina the pandemic, the media is downplaying this outbreak and the international community is waiting to brand it as a Pandemic until it fulfills their criteria.

China come to the news again. The authorities and the media can say whatever they want. According to what is observed this current outbreak in Ohio and some cases in Massachusetts fulfil the conclusion that this is the same disease like the outbreak in China. There are reported cases of high number of hospital admissions and daily infections of many thousands. Enough trouble to disrupt life.

Even though this is a bacterial infection, the incubation period is long enough to spread fast unnoticed. The same was with Corona. It is not relatively a killer as Corona but it in enough to alarm the society and the coming few days will tell the truth. Unlike a viral disease, mutation is not a concern but bacteria can develop drug resistance if whatever antibiotics used is not administered properly.

As you will see below It affects mainly children ages 5 to 9 years.

In the short basics given bellow, you will find that this miniature nasty bacteria produces Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) and superoxide radicals (O2–). You can imagine how painful Hydrogen peroxide can be, specially on soft tissue like the epithelial lining of the lung. The enemy doesn’t want us to breath fresh air. Killing us with every chocking virus and bacteria.

I remember a drop of concentrated Hydrogen peroxide on my skin to crack open it “white.” Doing an experiment, I didn’t notice I touched the chemical. It wake me up with a painful white crack on the back of my little left finger.  The “white” given by the Lord in the vision is explained here and they gave it a name a white lung’ syndrome”

  1. Pathological agent-Mycoplasma pneumoniae
  2. Nature of the disease causing Bacteria.Mycoplasmas are spherical to filamentous cells with no cell walls. Mycoplasmas are the smallest self-replicating organisms with the smallest genomes (a total of about 500 to 1000 genes). The mycoplasma cell contains the minimum set of organelles essential for growth and replication: a plasma membrane, ribosomes, and a genome consisting of a double-stranded circular DNA molecule.Unlike all other prokaryotes, the mycoplasmas have no cell walls, and they are consequently placed in a separate class Mollicutes(mollis, soft; cutis, skin).”
  3. The disease it causes.Mycoplasma pneumoniae infection is a disease of the upper and lower respiratory tracts. Cough, fever, and headache may persist for several weeks.
  4. PathogenesisMycoplasmas are surface parasites of the human respiratory and urogenital tracts. Mycoplasma pneumoniae attaches to sialoglycoproteins or sialoglycolipid receptors on the tracheal epithelium via protein adhesins on the attachment organelle. The major adhesin is a 170-kilodalton (kDa) protein, named P1. Hydrogen peroxide and superoxide radicals (O2–) excreted by the attached organisms cause oxidative tissue damage. Pneumonia is induced largely by local immunologic and phagocytic responses to the parasites. Sequelae of M pneumoniae infection (mainly hematologic and neurologic) apparently have an autoimmune etiology. Several fastidious mycoplasmas may act as cofactors in activation of the aquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Macrophage activation, cytokine induction, and superantigen properties of some mycoplasmal cell components can be considered as pathogenicity factors”
  5. EpidemiologyMycoplasma pneumoniae infection occurs worldwide and is more prevalent in colder months. It affects mainly children ages 5 to 9 yearsIt is spread by close personal contact and has a long incubation period.”
  6. Signs and symptomsSymptoms include trouble breathing, a severe cough and a high uncontrollable fever.”

It is easy to speculate what is next-a “vaccine.” Our past experience has given us a good warning and the time is worth watching. At this time, the Lord and only the Lord is to be trusted, no one else, no one, no authority, nothing. Basic hygiene is the best protection.

Save the Children Lord!

My Experience.

Just exactly one year after 9/11(September 11, 2001), on September 11, 2002, I experienced something strange. I was doing fermentation in a 5 liter Bioreactor. The fermentation system has an installed remote monitoring system. I finished the work of the day, left the fermenter run overnight. I monitored the progress from home with “PCAnywhere,” a system on my home computer and noticed something strange. The expected growth parameters have gone aurei and I have to rush to the laboratory past midnight. The whole of the fermentation vessel has turned pink red, blood red. I didn’t panic. I arrested the fermentation and autoclaved, killed the invaders and left for home. The next day, we examined these invaders under the microscope to find out the invading bacteria are the same as indicated in the picture above. It was a contamination of the preculture we prepared b environmental Mycoplasma of different strain. What a coincidence.


Health warning after ‘white lung’ syndrome outbreak reported in Ohio children.


Mycoplasmas – Medical Microbiology – NCBI Bookshelf.

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