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Martian Archives: Human Defecation and Martian Despair . by Alice B. Clagett

Written on 16 August 2018; published on 26 September 2018
Previously titled: Martian Archives: Human Defecation, Rectal Intercourse, and Martian Despair

  • HUMAN DEFECATION AND MARTIAN SURVIVAL
    • The Martian Manner of Individualization
  • HUMAN DIARRHEA AND MARTIAN DESPAIR
    • Recreational Drug Use and Martian Despair
  • RECTAL INTERCOURSE AND MARTIAN DESPAIR
  • INTERSPECIES COMMUNICATION: HOW CAN WE LIVE IN HARMONY WITH OUR SYMBIONTS?
    • What Makes Our Martians Happy?
      • On Avoiding Diarrhea
      • On Avoiding Rectal Intercourse
  • THE IMPORTANCE OF THE HUMAN LARGE INTESTINE
  • Correction: Diarrhea and Recreational Drugs

Hello, Dear Ones,

I discovered some stuff while swimming yesterday. I think someone else heard it too, and hopefully they put out the news before me. But just in case, and in case my understanding is different, I thought I would say what I remembered from yesterday’s swim.

HUMAN DEFECATION AND MARTIAN SURVIVAL

It has to do with the Martians and their fears, their feeling of life slipping away, when humans defecate. Now, I am talking about the Martian bacterial colonists of the human form, because, as you may know, they live in humans as well as other mammals … in the large intestine, mostly … and because they lose some of their numbers when we defecate.

The Martian Manner of Individualization

But it is a fact of life for them, and not so much a concern as it is for us, when we lose people from our numbers, because the Martian form of individualization is different from ours. It is not based on one physical form, but on a line of beings that consist of one individual. As I recall, they have five separate, individual lines, to do with the original pioneers that arrived from Mars. And I have written about this priorly.

HUMAN DIARRHEA AND MARTIAN DESPAIR

But anyway, they do have an experience of loss, or despair, when we defecate … especially unexpectedly, or in an unusual way. If the astral airs are correct about the fact that one of the side effects of cocaine use is the extreme desire to defecate, resulting in diarrhea … [not true; it could be that Datura, a poisonous local herb, is being passed off as cocaine. Ingestion of Datura can cause diarrhea.] … then that might account for instances of despair and suicide among users, especially young users … because, in the gut brain, there are about 10 Martian bacterial colonists for every cell in the colon.

And so, the feeling of despair would be 10 times magnified by the feeling of the Martians there. And that might lead to rash acting out … kind of a gut brain short-circuit that results in suicide, or in other acts that are symbolic of suicide, such as ‘cutting’ (cutting off bodily parts).

Recreational Drug Use and Martian Despair

If people are determined to be cocaine (Datura?) users, then my suggestion is, to avoid those issues … those instances of acting out of feelings of despair … that Western medicine might come up with something to prevent the side effect of defecation. For instance, maybe taking Pepto-Bismol  might help, and that might cut down on Martian despair, and maybe influence human acting out.

I am not at the end of unravelling that knotty malware that is involved in this situation. But I do have one more answer to add to the understandings that have come forth in the past.

RECTAL INTERCOURSE AND MARTIAN DESPAIR

The issue to do with homosexuality I think, more broadly, has to do with rectal intercourse. We have talked before, about the normal quality of the large intestine being to eliminate feces in a kind of a regular way … a little bit every day, right? And this is what our Martians count on: This regular process of digestion and elimination.

So the coursing, wavelike action of the muscles of the large intestine is to push food downward towards the rectum and out of the body, through an action called peristalsis. When an act of rectal intercourse is performed upon one person, that person experiences an upsurge of energy in the opposite of the normal direction. Further, it can be that the feces in that area are compacted.

The effect on the Martians in that area is what concerns me. I feel they may feel … in a concerted mass of feeling … a compacted mass of beingness … that the natural order of things in their Universe (which is the large intestine) has been violated. They may feel a concerted, great wave of despair.

INTERSPECIES COMMUNICATION: HOW CAN WE LIVE IN HARMONY WITH OUR SYMBIONTS?

So we are looking, here, at human actions that cause Martian reactions. And we are trying to find a solution, in an interspecies communication way … in a study of the culture of exobiology, we are trying to find out what will work for this relatively closed system. We are trying to find out what will work for the human body, which has a continuing planetary exobiological interface; which has a need to create interplanetary harmony … because, cohabiting within us, and influencing our own bodily functions for the better … and in fact, without which we may not live, in many instances … are beings from various planets, such as Mars.

What Makes Our Martians Happy?

So we need to know what makes our Martians happy. We need to know what increases the likelihood that they can perform the life-sustaining functions that are their contribution to the life of the human body on Earth.

On Avoiding Diarrhea. Consumption of cocaine {nix, Datura], or of any agent that causes diarrhea might be a consternational issue for the Martians, and might cause them to not function as well, in their contribution to the digestion of our food.

On Avoiding Rectal Intercourse. Then, as to the act of rectal intercourse: I feel that resultant compaction of feces might be injuring some of the Martians. I also feel that it would put them into closer proximity to each other, and so the feelings that they have might be magnified by that proximity. The reaction of the gut brain (the ‘Lower Mental Body’) … which consists of both human large intestine cells and about 10 times as many gut flora unicellular beings, mostly bacteria … might be more intense than usual, during the act of rectal intercourse as a recipient. In other words, the person upon whom rectal intercourse is performed may be cast into the pit of despair, as it were.

Of course, it is important to keep in mind that recipients of rectal intercourse are both men and women. It could be that a man is cast into despair by this repeated act; or that a woman or child is cast into despair by that act of being sodomized rectally.

THE IMPORTANCE OF THE HUMAN LARGE INTESTINE

Overall, in mulling over this discovery while swimming yesterday, I am impressed with the importance of the large intestine. I am impressed with the importance of paying attention to the rhythm and the volume of elimination of fecal matter from the large intestine, and of becoming aware of routine and regular activities that promote health maintenance of the large colon … such as moderate exercise, for instance; and the right kind of diet.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

Correction: Diarrhea and Recreational Drugs. I just now did some reading on side effects, and did not see diarrhea listed. I did see reference to abdominal pain and ‘bowel decay’ as a long-term side effects of cocaine use. Then, I saw that withdrawal from heroin or morphine may cause diarrhea. And that a side effect of use of Ecstasy can be diarrhea or constipation. Also that alcoholism can cause diarrhea. Use of Datura apparently can cause slowing down of the action of the bowels, and ulcerative colitis, or conversely, diarrhea; most significantly, as a poison it can cause death. Here is a reference on gastrointestinal effects of recreational drugs …

Link: “Health Consequences of Drug Misuse: Gastrointestinal Effects,” from NIH: National Institute on Drug Abuse … https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/health-consequences-drug-misuse/gastrointestinal-effects ..

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Toxoplasmosis and Risk-Taking: Suggested Clinical Trials . by Alice B. Clagett

Published on 26 September 2017

  • TOXOPLASMA GONDII INFECTION MAY MAKE HUMANS MORE RISK-TAKING
  • SUGGESTED CLINICAL TRIALS
    • The Risk-Taking Subtype of Antisocial Personality Disorder Patients and Toxoplasmosis
    • Delinquency or HIV / AIDS and Toxoplasmosis
    • Smoking, Alcohol Addiction, or Recreational Drug Addiction and Toxoplasmosis
    • Bad Driving and Toxoplasmosis
  • FUTURE TOXOPLASMOSIS TESTING AND TREATMENT PROGRAMS

Dear Ones,

TOXOPLASMA GONDII INFECTION MAY MAKE HUMANS MORE RISK-TAKING

I was just reading about our commensal micro-organisms, and I found out there’s a Protozoan called Toxoplasma gondii that is found in 22-84 percent of humans. (1)

In the United States, about 11% of the population is infected with Toxoplasma gondii (2), whereas in France, the infection rate is 84%. (3) Incidence is higher in developed countries.

Apparently, infection with this Protozoan makes humans more risk-taking (less risk-averse). (1)

SUGGESTED CLINICAL TRIALS

The Risk-Taking Subtype of Antisocial Personality Disorder Patients and Toxoplasmosis

One subtype of antisocial personalities is ‘risk-taking’ …

Subtype: “Risk-taking antisocial (including histrionic features)”
Features: “Dauntless, venturesome, intrepid, bold, audacious, daring; reckless, foolhardy, heedless; unfazed by hazard; pursues perilous ventures.”

–from Link: “Antisocial Personality Disorder,” in Wikipedia … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antisocial_personality_disorder … WP:CC BY-SA ..

Thus it might be good to run a clinical trial on patients diagnosed with Antisocial Personality Disorder, Subtype Risk-taking to determine the incidence of toxoplasmosis.

Delinquency or HIV / AIDS and Toxoplasmosis

I’ve read that in HIV / AIDS patients, toxoplasmosis can cause serious or even fatal illness. (3)

There is some association of HIV / AIDS infection with delinquency and risk-taking. (4)

For instance, I’ve read that various stages of HIV / AIDS are associated with different levels of risk-taking with regard to the disease. For instance, high risk behaviors precede testing positive. Once there is a positive test, then risk reducing behaviors may take place. If the disease is quiescent, then a patient may, to some extent, resume risk taking behaviors. Then if AIDS is diagnosed, risk reducing behaviors may resume. (5)

If the disease of toxoplasmosis itself contributes to risk taking, and contraction of HIV associates to risk-taking, then there might be a personality trait of risk taking, and a disease producing risk-taking behavior that aggravates the underlying personality trait.

Thus, theoretically, if HIV / AIDS patients also have toxoplasmosis, treatment for toxoplasmosis might prolong their lives by ceasing to aggravate the risk-taking personality trait.

Thus It might be helpful to run a clinical trial on incidence of toxoplasmosis among delinquents, and among HIV / AIDS patients, to see if there is a higher incidence in these populations.

Smoking, Alcohol Addiction, or Recreational Drug Addiction and Toxoplasmosis

It would make sense to run a clinical trial on addicts, whether to nicotene, to alcohol, or to recreational drugs, to determine whether toxoplasmosis plays a role in these risk-taking behaviors.

Bad Drivers and Toxoplasmosis

On the assumption that bad drivers may be people with risk-taking personalities, it might be good to run a clinical trial on this population, to see if toxoplasmosis plays a role in bad driving.

FUTURE TOXOPLASMOSIS TESTING AND TREATMENT PROGRAMS

If any of the above populations turn out to have a higher incidence of toxoplasmosis, then testing and treating them as needed (6) might be undertaken in future.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

For a complete list of my blogs and compendiums on HIV / AIDS see … Link: “Compendium: HIV / AIDS Pandemic,” by Alice B. Clagett, published on 2 March 2019 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-bPl ..

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FOOTNOTES

(1) See Link: “The Organisms That Make Us Who We Are,” in IFLScience … http://www.iflscience.com/health-and-medicine/organisms-make-us-who-we-are/ … see the subheading: “Organisms that Can Alter Your Behavior?”

(2) See Link: “Parasites – Toxoplasmosis (Toxoplasma infection),” by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) … https://www.cdc.gov/parasites/toxoplasmosis/epi.html ..

(3) See Link: “Toxoplasma gondii” in Wikipedia … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toxoplasma_gondii ..

(4) See Link: “AIDS knowledge, condom attitudes, and risk-taking sexual behavior of substance-abusing juvenile offenders on probation or parole,” by Robertson A …, Levin ML. in AIDS Educ Prev. 1999 Oct;11(5):450-61 … https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10555628 ..

(5) See Link: “Changes in Transmission Risk Behaviors Across Stages of HIV Disease among People Living with HIV / AIDS,” by Lisa A. Eaton and Seth C. Kalichman, in J Assoc Nurses AIDS Care. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2013 Jan 31. Published in final edited form as: J Assoc Nurses AIDS Care. 2009 Jan-Feb; 20(1): 39–49. doi:  10.1016/j.jana.2008.10.005 … https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3560412/ ..

(6) See … http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/toxoplasmosis/diagnosis-treatment/treatment/txc-20338305 ..

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