Lymphatic human parasite – part 2a

This information is part of a series published by Dmitry Mylnikov, in his website: mylnikovdm . I used google translate to copy and reproduce the material in english. This material covers the lymphatic system which acts more like a parasite for the human body that feeds from us, not only physically. Please draw your own conclusions and study forward.

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Hydra. Part 2a

October 15th, 2015
The work on the second part of the article about “hydra” took longer than I expected. It immediately became clear that there was not enough information and understanding of the “chemistry of processes”. To figure out what was happening, I had to reread many different articles. As those who are referenced, and found independently. I sat down several times to write a sequel, but the work did not go. It was not clear what to write about, how to write, what conclusions follow from all the information on this topic, which fell upon me after the publication of the first part. The total number of comments to the article exceeded three hundred, plus a few dozen e-mails. And quite a lot of them contained some interesting or important information, including links to various materials that needed to be read and thought out.
First, I would like to once again express my gratitude to all readers who responded to the first part of the article and sent some interesting facts, information, or simply shared their own feelings and thoughts on this topic.
Secondly, I want to apologize to those who did not respond to their letters or addresses, or did not answer immediately. Unfortunately, I simply do not have the physical ability to respond to every message or letter. It would take too much time. In addition, some letters contained questions, such as “how to get rid of Hydra?”, The answers to which I, alas, do not yet know. They have yet to be found together.
We also reached an agreement with Konstantin Khvatov, who is the author of the source materials, which served as the basis for the first part of the article, that I can report on his authorship. I think that many who read the first part saw a lot of his comments on the first part both on the Kramola portal and in the Live Journal.
At this point I finish the brief introductory part and turn to the main part, in which I am going to present my vision of this topic at the current moment.

Lymphatic system

After reading a lot of different articles on the lymphatic system, I eventually came to the conclusion that it is not actually a “hydra”, that is, some kind of completely foreign formation, although, up to a certain point, I had this impression. It is part of our body, including because most of the tissues that make up the lymphatic system consist of cells that are generated by the body itself and have the same DNA as all other cells. But it is likely that it was modified to perform some other or additional functions, relative to the initial purpose. Therefore, we dwell on this topic in more detail in order to dot the i .

At first glance, which was voiced in the first part of the article, it seems that the body does not need any additional excretory system. Remember how we were taught in school? There is a pool into which water flows in through one pipe and flows into another. If the pipes are the same and the same amount of water flows through them, the water level in the pool will be constant. All substances in the body’s tissues come only through the blood. The dimensions of the arterial system through which blood flows, and the venous system, through which blood flows, are almost identical. That is, we have “pipes” of approximately the same “diameter.” Then why did it take to complicate the body and create an additional excretory system?

Find the answer to this question, which gives the official science, was far from immediately. In many articles about the lymphatic system about it really does not say anything. But some say that some proteins, including those formed after death and destruction of cells, allegedly cannot pass through the walls of blood capillaries and larger vessels, therefore a separate excretory system is needed to remove them from the body. In particular, this is stated here :
“The main function of the lymphatic system is to remove from the interstitial space of those proteins and other substances that are not reabsorbed in the blood capillaries. “(How reliable is this statement about blood capillaries, is it a separate question, the same lymphocytes, which have a sufficiently large size, quietly penetrate through the walls of blood vessels).

In other words, when cells begin to die and collapse inside the cells, the lymphatic system deals with the removal of the products of their decomposition, primarily proteins. It also reports that the lymphatic system also works when destroying various foreign microorganisms and viruses that enter the extracellular space, where they are captured and destroyed by lymphocytes, that is, they are again destroyed and transformed first into a set of proteins, and then into even simpler organic connections.

Interestingly, in most cases, further decomposition of proteins excreted from the body into simpler compounds occurs even in the lymphatic system itself, in particular in lymph nodes, where several lymphatic ducts from surrounding tissues converge. From the lymph node there is one excretory channel through which the decay products are removed into larger lymphatic vessels and ducts. It is also interesting that the lymph does not flow back into the venous bloodstream in many places, as one would expect. After all, it seems that the lymph nodes have already destroyed proteins to simpler compounds, which can already be safely transferred by blood. But in fact, the lymphatic channels from the lymph nodes eventually converge to the two large lymphatic ducts, the central thoracic trunk and the right thoracic duct, from which the lymph is already poured into the right and left subclavian veins. In the diagram below, the direction of the lymph current is indicated by red arrows, and the places of discharge of spent lymph into the veins are indicated by blue arrows (just below the neck).

So, the first answer of the official science to the question of what it took to create an additional system of elimination in the body is that it removes those substances that cannot for one reason or another be removed through the capillaries of the circulatory system. But if we return to our analogy with the pool and pipes, then another answer suggests itself. We may need additional pipes in order to quickly drain off the excess water in some emergency situation. Moreover, this option also fits well with the function of the lymphatic system declared by official science, since we can deal with the disease of the body in such an emergency situation when we need to remove an additional amount of toxins and cell debris from the body. And here we come to another interesting point. The fact, that the human lymphatic system always works, that is, even in those cases when he is healthy and it seems that it is not necessary to use the “backup tube” to drain the excess. Moreover, a violation of the lymphatic system immediately manifests itself in the form of edema and tissue inflammation. At the same time, during many serious diseases, when an emergency toxin withdrawal system seems to be triggered, it suddenly turns out that its power is not enough for this. Lymphatic vessels swelling and other problems begin. BUT when it seems that an emergency toxin withdrawal system should work, it suddenly turns out that its power is not enough for this. Lymphatic vessels swelling and other problems begin. BUT when it seems that an emergency toxin withdrawal system should work, it suddenly turns out that its power is not enough for this. Lymphatic vessels swelling and other problems begin. BUTIn one of the articles there is such an interesting fragment:
“High efficiency of excretion of poisoned lymph from the body through the catheterized thoracic duct (for various types of intoxication, burns, liver and pancreas lesions, for thrombosis, peritonitis, myocardial infarction, extreme and terminal states ) proved both in the experiment and in the clinic. ”
And just below: ” Stimulation of lymphatic drainage of tissues is assessed as one of the principles of pathogenetic therapy for the most diverse (especially serious) diseases x. ”

On the one hand, everything seems to be logical. Since lymph collects the decay products of dead cells, with serious injuries to the body, creating conditions for faster removal of toxins from the body will help it to recover more quickly and will remove the additional burden on the kidneys, liver and pancreas. On the other hand, it turns out that the capacity of the lymphatic system itself is not enough to be an emergency system of the body. Especially considering the fact that all toxins and other decomposition products of organic compounds are returned back to the blood, creating a strain on the blood purification organs, although it would be more logical and rational for the emergency system to immediately remove these substances from the body to the outside.

By the way, here I would like to note that the statements of some of the commentators that the lymphatic system has findings through the skin in the armpits and the groin area have not been confirmed. In these areas, there is only a large number of sweat glands. At the same time, toxins and even lymphocytes captured by the sweat gland from the intercellular space can be secreted through the sweat glands from surrounding tissues, but this has nothing to do with the work of the lymphatic system directly, since the sweat glands are not connected with lymphatic capillaries and vessels directly.

The same applies to the statement that the lymphatic system has exits in the mucous membranes, for example, in the urinary tract, in the respiratory tract, etc. This information has also not been confirmed. On the mucous membranes there is indeed an increased content of lymphocytes, especially in various diseases, but they get there not through the ducts of the lymphatic system, but through the circulatory system. Outgoing channels from the lymphatic system on the mucous membranes are absent. If something gets into the lymphatic capillaries, then it cannot get to the mucous membranes.

The statement that the lymphatic system serves to supply tissues with nutrients has not been confirmed either. This is not true. All lymphatic vessels have valves inside themselves that prevent the lymph from moving in the opposite direction. In this case, the entire system of lymphatic channels in the body is unidirectional. The lymphatic system does not have a second set of channels, such as the arterial in the circulatory system. So through the lymphatic system, no nutrients in the tissues of the body can not come in principle. There is information that in some cases lymphocytes are involved in repairing damage, forming tissues that tighten wounds. But these lymphocytes do not come through the lymphatic system, but precisely through the circulatory system, since blood contains many different types of lymphocytes in a sufficiently large number.

It turned out that the intestine has a rather dense network of lymphatic vessels and a large number of lymph nodes adjacent to it. Lymphocytes are actively involved in the process of digesting food. It has been established that when eating fatty foods, there is a large number of lymphocytes, which are swollen from the fact that they have absorbed droplets of fat, which ultimately also leads to swelling of the lymph nodes in the intestinal area.

The official explanation is that the intestine is an area where there is a high probability of invasion of various foreign microorganisms, including pathogens, therefore, in this area, the body needs an increased concentration of lymphocytes, as well as lymph channels and nodes. That’s just how the lymphocyte swallowing droplets of fat can help the fight against hostile microorganisms and viruses has not yet been determined. The only thing that can be said with confidence is that, based on the general structure and topology of the lymphatic system, these fat droplets are not exactly intended for delivery to other human tissues. Consequently, they are used and disposed of in one way or another precisely within the lymphatic system.

I want to draw the attention of readers to another strange point, which I did not pay attention to before starting to study this topic. Official science claims that the lymphatic system is designed specifically to combat diseases, viruses, and hostile microorganisms. Consequently, if the lymphatic system is the key system of the body for this struggle, then it is in the lymphatic system that the traces of the causative agents of various diseases must first be found. Now remember your personal life experience. All of us many times in one way or another had to go to hospitals and take a lot of different tests. At the same time, in many different ways, blood is taken for analysis, smears from different mucous membranes are taken, and in special cases bone marrow puncture is taken, exposing a person to a rather complicated and painful procedure. Also, studies can take sections of various tissues, including cancers. But with all this variety of different tests, I have never in my life heard that someone should take lymph from an lymphatic system for analysis! I do not claim that this is not done anywhere and never, but if it is done, it is very, very rare. At least I could not find references to such analyzes. And in itself it is very strange. The argument that lymph is very difficult to analyze, since the lymphatic vessels are very thin, does not look very convincing. First, there are quite large lymphatic vessels and ducts in the body. Secondly, if the literature mentions the use of lymph drainage in the treatment of certain types of lesions of the body, What prevents the same way from taking lymphatic fluid for analysis? I strongly doubt that such a procedure will be much more difficult than taking a bone marrow puncture, especially since in the case of lymph no bone need be pierced. Or is such a procedure not practiced massively by modern medicine precisely because it can dramatically increase the chances that something can be found in the lymph that should not be there?

So, we can make the first conclusions from the above information. The lymphatic system is not a completely foreign formation, while it actually performs the function attributed to it, that is, removes the decomposition products of organic compounds from the body. But at the same time, from the available facts it also follows that the lymphatic system performs some other functions, about which official science says nothing. In particular, there is a process that is very similar to the absorption and digestion of nutrients, including proteins and fats. At the same time, the substances captured by the lymphatic system are definitely not intended for feeding the body tissues. Consequently, someone else feeds on them.


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