World Malaria Day
World Malaria Day is celebrated every 25th of April each year. Malaria has claimed many lives, it is a deadly disease killing almost one million people each year. It spreads by using mosquitoes as carriers.
Today we take a moment to remember those who lost their lives due to Malaria. We also look at the power of understanding the diseases and our world in order to minimize human suffering.
If you travel to countries affected by malaria, protect yourself. Use mosquito netting around your bed, and wear insect repellent containing DEET. If you do get sick, your doctor can prescribe medications to prevent serious complications from malaria.
How Malaria affects the body; it is well understood that after being bitten by a mosquito carrying malaria, a person will not notice symptoms for one week to one month. During this time, malaria parasites multiply in a person’s liver before invading red blood cells in the bloodstream. Once inside a person’s red blood cells, the parasites continue to multiply and spread the infection. Infected red blood cells eventually rupture, causing a person to experience flu-like symptoms that include sweating, high fevers and chills, and nausea. As the disease progresses, a person’s spleen and liver enlarge. Malaria may cause anemia or jaundice. In some severe cases, it attacks the brain and create neurological problems.
Parasites are not a diseases, but they can spread diseases. Endoparasites rely on a third organism, known as the vector or carrier. The vector transmits the endoparasite to the host. The mosquito is the vector used by the parasite. Mosquitoes spread malaria, zika, yellow fever, encephalitis and dengue which is an illnesses caused by a parasite. The mosquitoes don’t cause the diseases themselves but only act as carriers.
A person can also contract malaria during a blood transfusion or organ transplant, or if you share needles with an infected person.
Malaria is deadly, killing almost one million people each year. Africa was mostly affected in the past masculine Pisces age. Most affected regions in Africa are those with poor infrastructure and poor organizational government control. But the main problem is that parasites target the most vulnerable like infants and young children. Women were amongst the vulnerable ones also in the past era but in this age of Aquarius men will be most at risk due to the reverse in the sexes brought about the times in which we live in. We saw how statistically Covid-19 killed mostly men in comparison to women.
A parasite is an organism that lives on or in a host organism and gets its food from or at the expense of its host. Without a host, a parasite cannot live, grow and multiply. For this reason, it rarely kills the host, but it can spread diseases, and some of these can be fatal.
Parasites, unlike predators, are usually much smaller than their host and they reproduce at a faster rate.
According to scientists, there are three main classes of parasites that can cause disease in humans: protozoa, helminths, and ectoparasites.
Protozoa: Examples include the single-celled organism known as Plasmodium. A protozoa can only multiply, or divide, within the host.
Helminths: These are worm parasites. Schistosomiasis is caused by a helminth. Other examples include roundworm, pinworm, trichina spiralis, tapeworm, and fluke.
Ectoparasites: These live on, rather than in their hosts. They include lice and fleas.
The mosquito—tiny, frail, eminently squishable, and yet capable of great destruction. Most people dislike mosquitoes for spreading diseases and not mention their itchy bites and the hellish noise they produce.
The mosquito demons (called suckers) have a chance to drain their victims’ energy source and stamina. Malaria contributes to poverty in the affected regions.
However if a mosquito has lost power over a region or over transformed individual they can become a useful hand for the powerful. It is also true that mosquitoes can have both positive and negative impacts on the ecosystem.
Eradicating any organism would have serious consequences for ecosystems. The mosquitoes purpose in our ecosystem is to provide food and pollination
As part of their useful role, the larvae of mosquitoes live in water and provide food for fish and other wildlife, including larger larvae of other species such as dragonflies. The larvae themselves eat microscopic organic matter in the water, helping to recycle it. Adult mosquitoes make up part of the diet of some insect-eating animals, such as birds, bats, adult dragonflies and spiders. They also help pollinate some flowers, when they consume nectar.
Scientists need to learn the role of mosquitoes in the ecosystem and judge how important they are, they also need to study the role of any other creatures that might be affected by our attempts to get rid of them-: A possible way of eradicating them without killing any other living things.
Malaria infect red blood cells, it also infects the spleen and the liver organs in the human body. The liver belong to the blood it’s element air and it’s season is spring. The spleen belong to the yellow bile, and the element fire and it’s season is summer and youthfulness.
Mosquito cause destruction in the lives of people who doesn’t have pass to enter the 5th and 7th heaven. It is understood that the human body is filled with four basic substances, called humors, which are in balance when a person is healthy. All diseases and disabilities supposedly resulted from an excess or deficit of one of these four humors. These deficits were thought to be caused by vapors inhaled or absorbed by the body.
The four humors are black bile, yellow bile, phlegm, and blood. These “humors” may have their roots in the appearance of a blood sedimentation test made in open air, which exhibits a dark clot at the bottom (“black bile”), a layer of unclotted erythrocytes (“blood”), a layer of white blood cells (“phlegm”) and a layer of clear yellow serum (“yellow bile”). It was at least understood that these were the basic substances from which all liquids in the body were made.
We understand that each of these humors would wax and wane in the body, depending on diet and activity. When a patient is suffering from a surplus or imbalance of one of these four fluids, then said patient’s personality and or physical health could be negatively affected. This theory was closely related to the theory of the four elements: earth, fire, water and air; earth predominantly present in the black bile, fire in the yellow bile, water in the phlegm, and all four elements present in the blood.
This pass into the heavens starting with the 5th heaven is a powerful possession. The names written in the book of life are written in this code called The Chi-Rho code (P and X or P and R symbol). The symbol begins with PR or PX and followed by 5 other letters. Each person must determine their code in accordance to their lives purpose in order to pass into this 5th heaven. Re helps you find your own personal code. The code itself symbolizes the key to power over death 💀This helps us against plagues, diseases, and evils, it shields us from economical runes and natural disasters.
It is specifically the position of Re as the first born amongst the dead, the risen Beacon Of Light (a Messiah or light of the world); The triumphal resurrection. The healer of all diseases. The use of a wreath around the Chi-Rho symbolizes the crown victory of the Resurrection over death.
Before receiving your personal code, using the name of Re in your prayers of faith and standing in the power of her blood will protect you from destruction. It is by the blood of Re and the grace of our Great Mother God that we are healed and saved!