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amals et.ali.

Posted by LurkerSince95 @ 23:23 on January 25, 2020  

i have solutions that i bought from my dentist:  the one dentist sells  ‘oxyfresh’  fresh breath mouthwash with oxygene &zinc;  great tasting  stabilized chlorine dioxide   (he says “great for preventing gum disease”

the second  dentist requires all patients to rinse with his  ‘oracare’    activated oral cleanser   two part  solution that turns into   active chlorine dioxide. he says this rinse “KILLS ALL MOUTH VIRUS”

so he does not get the flu or cold from his patients.

use these instead of mms  which you swallow……..

maybe why the water companies disinfect water supplies with chlorine gas………

anyhow:  best if you keep immune system 100%

another preventive is an asia formula you sip in the morning: 1/2 cup water +1/4 cup apple cider vinegar+1 tbsp honey ; boil 1 minute add juice of 1 lemon +sprinkle 1 tsp cayenne and 1 tsp zinger

it works

prayer works too

amals @ 22:33 – MMS

Posted by Maya @ 23:07 on January 25, 2020  

Please read the book for accurate ‘refresher’.  I admit to not having used it in a long time.  It is basically a mineral solution with indeterminate shelf life.  Should not be exposed to sun.  Dried solution left in sunlite may spontaneously combust… like if left in a car in the sun.

I used to be an advocate of a strong dose to shut down an infection, but it is brutal on the stomach and frequently results in a ‘Puker”.  Then you are disinclined to repeat the dose.  Now I advocate smaller doses… like two to four drops… every four to six hours.  It is easier to tolerate.  Do it on an empty stomach.

As I recall, you need five drops of 10% citric acid per one drop of MMS solution.  In a pinch you could use vinegar in place of citric acid.   Let the solution ‘acidify’ for three minutes.  It turns lime green and smells horrid.  DO NOT SNIFF!!

Pinch your nose and add a few ounces of water to the mix and chug it down.  Keep your nose pinched as you drink another glass of water to wash it down before you cautiously inhale thru your nose.

The stuff is nasty like a blowtorch on your sinuses if you sniff it…. and you may instantly blow chunks.   Don’t do it.

The usual disclaimer:  This is not medical advice and I am not a Doctor MD


Posted by amals @ 22:33 on January 25, 2020  

I have some that I bought years ago–maybe ten, I don’t remember.  Any idea about shelf life?  I’ve never used any; bought it “just in case”.  Also, would you care to give us a refresher course on how to mix and use it?  I have the book around here somewhere but never even mixed up a batch.  I know I bought a bunch of the little green or blue bottles to keep it in.

Look for antivirals and start taking them now.

Posted by goldielocks @ 20:03 on January 25, 2020  

Here’s a list look for the strongest antivirals like the ginger.

Coronavirus? Mass immigration? Thanks To Globalization and Promiscuous Business Activity.

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 19:45 on January 25, 2020  

What next? We got infested with the Asian Long horn beetles from China, many beautiful maple trees had to be cut down. Also past couple of years weird looking Camel Crickets or spider crickets.

We also lately have a teams of burglars, organized crime from Chile on tourist visa, renting expensive cars to not look out of place as they rob very wealthy neighborhoods. Their take is in the millions I hear.

This is the human form but seem to be displaying same symptoms as far as some is mild some is severe.

Posted by goldielocks @ 19:36 on January 25, 2020  

You got both quick replication of virus and immune reaction cytokine storm.
Most of us are past age of best immune system. If you want to boost your immune system do it before to try to prevent getting it but you’re immune system in the one case where lower lungs are infected will go into overdrive attacking cells too.
If you have the lower more severe form you’ll need to be hospitalized and given certain drugs. Like Ards “ acute “ sudden” respiratory distress syndrome. “
If it’s in your lower lungs or displaying symptoms get to the hospital.

Pathogenic human coronavirus infections: causes and consequences of cytokine storm and immunopathology.
Review article
Channappanavar R, et al. Semin Immunopathol. 2017.
Show full citation
Human coronaviruses (hCoVs) can be divided into low pathogenic and highly pathogenic coronaviruses. The low pathogenic CoVs infect the upper respiratory tract and cause mild, cold-like respiratory illness. In contrast, highly pathogenic hCoVs such as severe acute respiratory syndrome CoV (SARS-CoV) and Middle East respiratory syndrome CoV (MERS-CoV) predominantly infect lower airways and cause fatal pneumonia. Severe pneumonia caused by pathogenic hCoVs is often associated with rapid virus replication, massive inflammatory cell infiltration and elevated pro-inflammatory cytokine/chemokine responses resulting in acute lung injury (ALI), and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). Recent studies in experimentally infected animal strongly suggest a crucial role for virus-induced immunopathological events in causing fatal pneumonia after hCoV infections. Here we review the current understanding of how a dysregulated immune response may cause lung immunopathology leading to deleterious clinical manifestations after pathogenic hCoV infections.
PMID 28466096 [Indexed for MEDLINE]

Maya and Richard

Posted by goldielocks @ 18:47 on January 25, 2020  

Thanks Maya on the tip. I had a bottle of it before never used it don’t have it anymore.

Richard that was Maya who suggested the chlorine. Be careful it can make you sick. See instructions from Maya if I remember it’s used in juice.

Like H1 N1 and other kind of bad flu’s like bird flu I’m interest to know what major age group are dying from this and of the information is being caused strictly from the virus or causing a cytokine storm that attacks lung tissue. Do not take aspirin. Esp children it can cause Ryes but with lung inflammation or other organs you don’t want aspirin.
I want to know the exact symptoms do can see what homeopaths can subdue they symptoms.
Respiratory distress esp if not bacterial a certain anti inflammatory protocol should be given.

Goldi–thanks for the tip about chlorine….the herbs I mentioned are the worlds top immune system boosters

Posted by Richard640 @ 18:04 on January 25, 2020  

Harvard researcher warns=this ought to be good for a 2000 pt GAIN on the DOW

Posted by Richard640 @ 18:01 on January 25, 2020  

“Thermonuclear, Pandemic-Level Bad” – Harvard Epidemiologist Warns Viral Outbreak Might Get A Lot Worse


possibly an unchecked pandemic that the world has not seen since the 1918 Spanish Influenza. Let’s hope it doesn’t reach that level but we now live in the modern world 🌎 with

Goldi – coronavirus

Posted by Maya @ 17:57 on January 25, 2020  

This is a new ‘novel’ form of coronavirus.  I have read it possibly originated in swine… or possibly snakes… in the Wuhan area.  This coronavirus attacks lung cells, resulting in a viral pneumonia.  The ‘pneumonia shots’ we get as seniors (13-valent and 23-valent) are for known bacterial strains of pneumonia and are not effective against coronavirus.

At this point there is no vaccine, and nothing but support care for infected individuals.  The immune system has to handle this one.  Immune compromised patients will be the worst hit.

Isolation, boosting your immune system, and antiviral remedies to prevent infection are your best bet.  I have used MMS  (Chlorine Dioxide) to successfully treat the onset of influenza virus, and would do the same if I suspected coronavirus infection.  I don’t know that colloidal silver would be effective against a viral infection, but it would help prevent secondary bacterial infections if mist inhaled to the lungs.


Posted by goldielocks @ 15:54 on January 25, 2020  

People should know what strain of the virus is being spread or if it’s multi strains.
Coronavirus human form been out there for awhile. Have to look into the animal forms. Overpopulation crowed spaces spreads it faster. Natures overpopulation balance.
The bat type caused MERS-CoV a more dangerous form.
There is talk about both bats and snakes.
The more you know about what it is the more you know what to watch for and how to treat it.

FOX Reports

Posted by Buygold @ 14:02 on January 25, 2020  

The State Department is evacuating US citizens from Wuhan.

I imagine they’ll be quarantined when they get here.

Here we go they for the most part wouldn’t be a long positions

Posted by goldielocks @ 13:06 on January 25, 2020  


Ya can always count on Charley to deliver good Doom Porn

Posted by Richard640 @ 13:05 on January 25, 2020  
Authored by Charles Hugh Smith via OfTwoMinds blog,
Don’t be too sure that the coronavirus will blow over and have no effect on global growth.
If there is anything that characterizes this moment in history, it’s complacency: everyone’s so sure that current trend lines will continue, onward and upward, and risk has been tamed for the foreseeable future.
Don’t be too sure.

Who knows

Posted by ipso facto @ 11:57 on January 25, 2020  

R640 – Thanks

Posted by Buygold @ 10:30 on January 25, 2020  


I saw a ton of carnage back in 2001. Looking back, there’s so many names I would’ve loved to have owned right now. 🙂

So, with Gold at $10K and Silver at $150 we should be able to get a lot of cheap shares right? Course milk might be $20 a gallon..


Buygold–OK–I’ve put a post it on my bulletin board…..

Posted by Richard640 @ 9:41 on January 25, 2020  

Looking at some charts this am

Posted by Buygold @ 9:39 on January 25, 2020  

because all you Oasis dwellers know I’m a renowned and faithful T/A believer. 🙂

The only thing I found of the stuff I watch on a daily basis that’s maybe a little oversold is GLD. The RSI is at 72, although it did correct from close to 90 just a couple of weeks ago. SLV only has an RSI of 59, so no worries there, most of that came yesterday.

In terms of the shares, the silver shares for the most part have plenty of room to run, some more than others – a lot more.

Looks like we are positioned pretty well for more upside next week, especially if the SM takes a dump.

Well R640

Posted by Buygold @ 8:01 on January 25, 2020  

If Von Greyerz ends up being right (which would be a first) and the SM loses 95% of it’s value, I have a buy target on AMZN of $100 and AAPL at $40.

So don’t let me forget. 🙂

a similar range would likely propel the VIX to levels above 40~45.

Posted by Richard640 @ 7:01 on January 25, 2020  


This Weekly VIX chart highlights the consolidation of volatility that set up in late 2017 and late 2019.  Pay special attention to how broadly the VIX spiked in early 2018.  This spike happened because of the consolidation of volatility near lower extremes over the past 16+ months.  Given the recent volatility throughout 2018 and 2019, a downside price move of a similar range would likely propel the VIX to levels above 40~45.  Price would need to collapse below our expected range in order for VIX to spike above 50.  A move of this nature would suggest a downside price move beyond 25% to 30% – pushing the SPY below $240.

Again, our research team believes this is an unconfirmed price pattern setup.  We want you to be aware of what we are seeing in the chart and be prepared if it confirms in the future.

there are real risks of a price reversion event setting up in the markets right now.

Posted by Richard640 @ 6:49 on January 25, 2020  


Another interesting aspect of this setup is the correlation to the PUT/CALL ratio on the chart below. Every instance of the Put/Call ratio that fell below 0.80 for an extended period of time (2014, 2018 and now), prompted a downside price reversion of -10% to -15%.  Additionally, each instance of this setup (2014 and 2018) prompted an extended period of price volatility and rotation.

In 2014, the initial downside price reversion prompted a -13% to -15% price correction followed by nearly 8 to 10 months of extended price rotation before finally entering a new bullish price trend in late 2016.  Additionally, in 2018, the initial downside price reversion event wiped out nearly 12% of the value on the initial downside price move from this event.  Subsequently, over the next 12+ months, a second downside price move wiped out over 20% of the value from the SPY.

The current setup suggests any potential downside price reversion resulting from this setup we are alerting you to could easily target -12% to -15% on an initial reversion event.  Ultimately, the rest of 2020 could result in a very volatile year of price rotation if history teaches us anything.

Remember, this is not a confirmed trading trigger.   This is a warning that a price and technical setup is occurring in the markets that may become of real value to you in the immediate future.  The combination of these three charts, the SPY, the VIX and the PUT/CALL ratio, should be enough for you to understand there are real risks of a price reversion event setting up in the markets right now.  All we need to confirm this setup would be for a broader market breakdown event to begin to take place. Then, we would watch what happens to the SPY near the $295 to $300 level.

“Billionaire investor Paul Tudor Jones said the stock market today is reminiscent of the latter stages of the bull market in 1999

Posted by Richard640 @ 6:26 on January 25, 2020  

January 21 – CNBC (Yun Li): “Billionaire investor Paul Tudor Jones said the stock market today is reminiscent of the latter stages of the bull market in 1999 that saw a giant surge that ultimately ended with the popping of the dot-com bubble. ‘We are just again in this craziest monetary and fiscal mix in history. It’s so explosive. It defies imagination,’ Jones said… ‘It reminds me a lot of the early ’99. In early ’99 we had 1.6% PCE, 2.3% CPI. We have the exact same metrics today.’ ‘The difference is fed funds were 4.75%; today it’s 1.62%. And back then we had budget surplus and we’ve got a 5% budget deficit,’ Jones added. ‘Crazy times.’”

1-25–Credit Bubble Bulletin– Weekly Commentary: Coronavirus and the End of Boom and Bust

Posted by Richard640 @ 6:24 on January 25, 2020  

Noland: I’m always fascinated when highly intelligent market professionals say peculiar things. I’m still not over Ray Dalio’s concept of “beautiful deleveraging” from some years back. When I first heard Prince’s comments, I thought immediately of the eminent American economist Irving Fisher and his infamous, “Stock prices have reached what looks like a permanently high plateau” – just days ahead of the great 1929 stock market crash.

But there is an analytical framework behind Prince’s view worthy of discussion. I’m with him completely when it comes to, “Cycles in growth are caused by the boom and bust in Credit.” In a historical context, I can accept “those expansions and contractions of Credit are largely driven by changes in monetary policy.” I agree “you’re not going to get a tightening of monetary policy.” Prince says central banks are “in a box,” while I prefer “trapped.”

But it is as if Mr. Prince is suggesting there is now some type of equilibrium condition that precludes a boom and bust dynamic. I would counter that central banks are locked in a position of administering extreme monetary stimulus, fueling a runaway boom that will end in a historic bust. Markets clearly expect ongoing aggressive stimulus (QE) from all the major global central banks.

And I don’t buy into the “rates are near zero because of stagnation” argument. The Fed cut rates three times in 2019 due to market fragility and the risk of a faltering Bubble – that had little to do with U.S. economic performance. Global rates are where they are because of acute global Bubble-related fragilities and resulting extreme monetary stimulus. Low global market yields (and negative real yields) are more a Bubble Dynamic than a reflection of deflationary forces. A historic boom/bust dynamic has global bond markets anticipating enormous prospective central bank bond purchases (QE).

The critical question: Can runaway booms descend into busts without a tightening of monetary policy? The answer seems a rather obvious “absolutely”. I don’t believe the Fed’s timid tightening measures in 1999 and early 2000 precipitated the bursting of the Internet and technology Bubble. The Fed was cutting rates aggressively into 2002, yet that didn’t arrest the bust in corporate Credit. I would strongly argue the Fed’s even more cautious 2006/2007 rate increases were not the catalyst for the bursting of the mortgage finance Bubble. In reality, in the face of strengthening Bubble Dynamics, financial conditions loosened significantly as the Fed tiptoed along with its so-called “tightening” cycle.

The Fed emerged from the 1994 tightening cycle recognizing that contemporary finance – with its hedge funds, speculative leverage, derivatives and Wall Street securitized finance and proprietary trading– carried an elemental propensity for excess and instability. That was effectively the end of Federal Reserve policy tightening cycles. From then on, it was cautious little “baby steps” to ensure the Fed wouldn’t upset the markets.

The “tech” and mortgage finance booms were left to inflate free from central bank restraint. Uncommonly painful busts were inevitable. Today’s most protracted all-encompassing global boom has not only been left free to inflate, central bankers continue their multi-trillion spending spree to pressure nonstop inflation. I do agree: when this fiasco runs its course, it certainly won’t be boom and bust “as we know it.”

OROREEF–I always have colloidal silver at home

Posted by Richard640 @ 6:01 on January 25, 2020  

along with bottled extracts of  alcohol free echinacea-astragulus—black elderberry—tablets of zinc and selenium—and Gary Nulls powdered-strawberry flavoed vitamin C—and b-complex tablets—also green tea exract

What would happen to Silver

Posted by Ororeef @ 4:15 on January 25, 2020  

if this new virus was killed by Silver ,Colloidal Silver ?  …..just asking !

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