Parasite Crime Families

Eventually, you may come around to the idea that you have a parasite. Just one… But it’s a starting point. In fact there were so many different parasites at the root of what typically looks like one parasite that you might as well have a whole crime family of parasites.

This information will be relevant to anyone in the world who in the difficult search for health has not only exhausted avenues such as supplementation, candida, probiotic deficiency, mysterious viruses, heavy metals, bacteria and autoimmune disease but who has also addressed the most obvious parasites in their bodies (roundworm, tapeworm, etc) and yet still isn’t feeling any better. If there were still some parasite at the root of your health conditions, which one could it be? This is the question everyone wants to know the answer to.

Which parasites do you have and how do you treat them? Is there only one or more than one? A somewhat unknown fact is that when there are multiple parasites, each will need it’s own treatment in the same way that multiple combination locks will each need different numbers to open. This is why herbal anti-parasite cures are never cure-alls. 

Finding Your Parasites

It is clear that standard stool testing analysis isn’t effective at any level. I outline the reasons why in this article. Finding your parasites is the first step in eliminating them, and without that step you’ll get no further. It was largely as a response to this scientific impasse that I saw the need to develop a science of parasite identification using a muscle testing analysis.

What made the most sense to me was to build on the existing science of pharmacology, since there were already established medicines that are known to treat specific organisms. At the outset it went smoothly: if the stomach tested for tapeworm medicine, there was probably a tapeworm in the stomach. If large intestine tested for fluke medicine, there was probably a fluke in the intestines. The people who elected to take these medicines felt better, and some of them passed parasites in their subsequent bowel movements. All of this reinforced the decision making paradigm. At that stage it appeared simple.

But over time it became apparent that a portion of the people who tried the medicines still didn’t feel any better. The only reasonable conclusion was that there was still a parasite, or parasites at the root of their symptoms. But which one (or ones) and why wasn’t the medicine helping? Perhaps the dosage wasn’t high enough?

I started testing higher dosages of medicines, dosages that weren’t precedented in any pharmacology textbook and to my initial delight, I started to find evidence of parasitic organisms that were indicated for by these higher dosages. However, safe but high dosages didn’t work even when they were consumed and very quickly the dosages being tested for surpassed the quantity that it would have been safe to take. This seemed to create an even greater impasse than the initial problem of not knowing which parasites one had, since now there was clearly the evidence of a parasite but medicine wouldn’t work on it. So again, why wasn’t the medicine working even at the higher dosages? This is a question everyone in the world will come up against. What follows is the answer to that question.

Uncharted Territory

When medication was the only treatment option, it appeared that all possibilities had been explored, so the only reasonable conclusion based on the data at hand was that there must have been some super-parasite hiding away in the background, like some evil Professor Moriarty, bringing down everyone’s immune system and causing a whole host of symptoms in different organs: e.g. pancreas (diabetes), lungs (COPD or asthma), bladder (bladder failure), heart/circulatory (heart attack, blood pressure), brain (stroke, hair loss, tinnitus, vertigo and cognitive issues), bones (various forms of arthritis and gout).

Most people were testing for extremely high doses of fluke medicine in their organs and blood stream, so from that perspective it made sense to wonder if there was a some unidentified species of fluke at play. A Moriarty fluke. For those of you who have a frame of reference with the pharmacology end of things, I will quantify this problem as I saw it: different organ points were testing for praziquantel, which is tapeworm and fluke medicine, but while 2x600mg (e.g. 1200mg) of praziquantel is tailored to treat a tapeworm, and 11x600mg treats an intestinal fluke, the fact is that many people will test for 20x, 40x and even 60x600mg of praziquantel. These dosages aren’t precedented in any pharmacology textbook, medical abstract, case study or report and at the higher end (e.g. 40x to 60x600mg) it’s not a safe dosage to take so it wasn’t possible even to experiment. This was completely uncharted territory and there was no way to find the answer, no one to consult since pharmacologists don’t know muscle testing and muscle testers don’t know pharmacology.

So many people exhibited this pattern (roughly 25% of all the people I was testing) that it became apparent as a pattern.

The Pattern

There was a pattern to the symptoms. It was as if I could see the shadow these parasites were casting, but couldn’t make out the organisms themselves. Over a two year period it was finally possible to piece together what they were. I did this by various means, but one of the more obvious was to observe and keep in contact with hundreds of people who exhibited the pattern, and catalogue which parasites they inadvertently passed in the toilet from time to time. This might sound like an odd thing to keep track of but as it turned out, it was highly relevant.

For example, someone who had already been treated for common roundworm would then pass common roundworm months later, meaning they still had common roundworm despite the treatment. It would have been impossible for them to reacquire the common roundworm they had passed because the size of the roundworms they were passing (8 to 10 inches) indicated mature, 10 to 20 year old specimens, and they had already been treated for it in the last 3 to 6 months making that impossible. Ascaris takes years to fully grow. The only reasonable conclusions were that either: 1) common roundworm in general doesn’t respond to the standard medical treatment (e.g. mebendazole 100mg) or 2) there was a specific species of common roundworm that didn’t respond to the treatment. Since 75% of people who received the standard treatment for common roundworm felt much better, and experienced an improvement in symptoms, particularly a reduction in stomach pain and acid reflux, the ‘second strain’ theory makes more sense.

But the pattern wasn’t simply a common roundworm issue, it actually turned out to be quite complex. In discovering the pattern, it now makes sense that this information will apply not only to the people I have consulted with, but to anyone else who has come up against the problem of their body not seeming to be helped by parasite medication: simply put, this is the pattern: many parasites are resistant to medication. We’ve all heard of the growing concern about antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that there are anti-parasite medication-resistant species of parasites. Interestingly enough, the organisms that for whatever reason are resistant to medications are also resistant to sound therapy, which is a fascinating alternative to medicines but inconsistent and ineffective in treating any of the cases outlined below.

It then becomes necessary to piece together which parasites are resistant to medication and how to find them, since finding them is the necessary precursor to treating them. What follows then is not a list of which parasites you are likely to have (that information is found in this article) but rather, which parasites you are likely to not know that you have, not be able to find by any traditional means and which wouldn’t respond to medication even if you muscle tested it and took the dosages you were muscle testing for.

These 3 groups of organisms, which I will outline below are at the root of our societal lack of understanding of health and are, I am convinced, the primary basis for the misconceptions we have about autoimmune conditions, cancer and disease in general, since in the absence of being able to find and eliminate these parasites over time, we have built up an elaborate system of excuses to explain why the body seems to otherwise spontaneously get sick and self-combust.

In summary, what looked like one pattern was in fact 3 major crime families of parasites in every person who exhibited the pattern of seeming to be resistant to parasite medication:

Parasite Group 1: Common Roundworm

Ascaris Lumbricoides or the human common roundworm is the size, thickness and length of cooked spaghetti. Because pasta is traditionally Italian cuisine and because Italy is known for its mafia, it makes sense to compare ascaris to the mafia. They have some things in common: like a mafia that charges you for protection from other mafias, ascaris gives you protection against getting more ascaris by excreting a chemical message in it’s feces that prevents new ascaris eggs from hatching in you so it can have you all to itself. You’ll never look at spaghetti the same way again. It even enjoys tomato sauce, which is why many people think they have a tomato allergy. Interestingly, ascaris is the main cause of wasting disease, where there is sudden, dangerous weight loss. Wasting disease is thought to be caused by a tapeworm but only a high density of ascaris could consume enough of your calories to cause the kind of deficit that results in weight loss.

Ascaris lives in the stomach and small intestine and when you have it, those are the organs that will chronically test as being “off” in a muscle testing analysis. It is thought to be treatable by mebendazole 100mg, either as a single dose or twice a day for 3 days, but there is a second strain of ascaris that is completely resistant to mebendazole, and for that matter to any other medication.

In a clinical setting, around 25% of all people test for this mebendazole-resistant strain of ascaris and until the development of electrode therapy (which is the process of muscle testing a frequency against the organ which hosts the parasite and transmitting it via pulse wave directly into the body via electrodes) there was no way to treat this organism. It accounts for some stomach issues, back pain, shoulder pain and food allergies, but surprisingly, ends up being a smaller contributor to the overall set of symptoms than parasite groups 2 and 3.

Parasite Group 2: Flukes

Many people I bring this up with haven’t heard of flukes. They’re actually the biggest family of parasites a human can get. They’re a relative of the tapeworm but inches long instead of feet long. If a roundworm is like the mafia, the flukes are like a biker gang that moves into town. But they’re an organized biker gang, they keep a low profile, get involved in everything, cause trouble you can never pin on them and then hide away when you look for them. In short, they’re real troublemakers. Flukes by far outnumber all other human parasites in their diversity and ability to live in various organs.

When we think of parasites we think of the intestines and you can get flukes in the intestines (intestinal fluke is the leading cause of celiac), but the fact is that flukes can be in other organs and glands as well: pancreas, bladder, ovaries/prostate, kidneys, liver, lungs, gall bladder, spleen, heart, esophagus, blood and the brain.

Flukes are thought to be easily treatable by praziquantel, and this is usually prescribed based on body weight: 60 to 75 mg per kg per day for 1 to 2 days. However, it is a misconception that this dosage is effective in all cases. Technically, it is the fluke that needs to be dosed, not the host, so the host’s body weight is irrelevant.

Once it is understood that the fluke itself needs to be dosed, patterns become apparent: intestinal flukes muscle test for 11 pills of praziquantel 600mg, esophagus flukes test for 18 pills, etc. These numbers are roughly consistent with the recommended dosage but may explain why treatment is only partly effective in those cases.

However, once we start muscle testing the number of pills of praziquantel a fluke needs, two problems become apparent:

  1. While there are flukes that tests for praziquantel 11 x 600mg and 18 x 600mg, which is a safe if high daily dosage, there are also flukes that test for every number of pills of praziquantel from 5 to about 60. Does that mean there are 55 different types of flukes that can inhabit the body? Well, yes. That’s what makes them such a diverse species, they are adapted to live in every body region. But those numbers of pills are not all safe to take. Anything more than 33 x 600mg of praziquantel per day is a dangerously high dose. The good news is the body’s innate intelligence kicks in and vomits up the pills, so even if you wanted to take that many pills (e.g. 55 per day), you couldn’t. So there will be a scenario where someone is testing for a number of pills but can’t take them, meaning they have a fluke but they can’t treat it.
  2. Some of the flukes that test for quantities of praziquantel are resistant to the medication. There is one that gets into ovaries and kidneys that tests for 9 pills which doesn’t seem to be dead even after 2 day of dosing and there are a dozen other examples like this. So there will be a scenario where someone is testing for a number of pills but when they take them, the pills don’t work, meaning they have a fluke but they can’t treat it.

So there are two problems with the fluke family, besides the obvious problem that they’re turning your body into a red light district: some of them can’t be treated because the dosage requirement is too high, others can’t be treated because they don’t respond to any dosage.

If you get enough flukes in enough places, your whole body will start testing for praziquantel, but if you take it, you’ll only get sicker. This is like poking a bear and making it angry: the flukes you didn’t take a high enough dose to kill, or the ones that can’t be killed by medication will release toxins as natural defence mechanisms and you’ll feel considerable misery. The more flukes you have, the worse you’ll feel.

The development of electrode therapy solves this problem at a technical level, since some higher frequency ranges are capable of eliminating these hard-to-kill flukes in around 5 minutes each, as outlined in this article. The troubling realization that comes of this development is that it turns out the average person has 5 species of fluke, spread across multiple organs and glands and doesn’t even know it. Sick people have as many as 10 to 15 species of flukes. Added in with the other parasites we fall prey to (hookworm, pork roundworm, cow roundworm, common roundworm, giardia, amoeba, tapeworms, dwarf tapeworm, etc) this puts the average sick person’s parasite count at 10 to 20 species, if we assume that a bladder fluke is a different subspecies from a intestinal fluke. This estimate is consistent with my analysis in the article titled Parasite Your Personal Parasite Thermometer, where I suggested that 10 species was low and 30 was high.

Parasite Group 3: Neurological Parasites

Neurological is a fancy term for the brain, and to parasites the brain and spinal column are fair game. While it is a horrific thought to us that a parasite could be in our brains, I don’t know if the parasite even knows it’s in a body. I think it just crawls and chews and poops, and probably doesn’t know up from down. If you’ve got a leg rash you’ve probably got one in your leg, if you’ve got a migraine you’ve probably got one somewhere in your brain, that’s just how it works.

However, in keeping with the theme of this article, brain parasites need to be classified as the most insidious of all criminals, the white-collar criminal that steals your money without leaving his office. Except that it’s not your money he’s stealing, it’s your memory, coordination, concentration, hearing, vision, sleep, emotional balance, cognitive capacity and sense of smell and taste.

Consider that whichever symptom you’re getting, it could mean there’s a parasite in that brain region. If you’re getting buzzing in the ears, that’s indicative of the auditory cortex, if you’re losing your eyesight, that’s the occipital lobe or the eyes themselves (or both). If you’re losing your memory, that’s the hippocampus area, if you’re constantly in a bad mood, that’s involved with the amygdala. If your hair is falling out, that can always be traced back to one or more neurological parasites. 

The offending organism can be any of the following: roundworm (pork roundworm, for example, as identified by the neurosurgeon in this video although it’s a bit laughable that the news station suggests it comes from not washing your hands), hookworm, strongyloides and definitely one or more than one of the fluke family. Overall you can have anywhere between 5 and 15 of these organisms in your brain, and in severe cases, possibly more.

The problem in treating neurological parasites is that in my experience, none of them respond to traditional parasite medication. This may be because the medications aren’t adequately fat-soluble: extensive experimentation has confirmed that if a brain point is testing for a parasite medication, taking that medication will not help (e.g. the brain point will still test for the medication after the dosage regimen is completed). Since the dosages tested for do sometimes work on those parasites in the visceral organs, it seems reasonable to conclude that once a parasite gets into the brain it develops some kind of resistance to traditional treatment or that the brain itself is resistant to being medicated.

Electrode therapy has proven to be effective in numerous cases now, although even here a much longer duration is needed than in the intestinal tract or organ tissue. What takes 5 minutes in the stomach could take a half hour or more in the temporal lobe. Besides the time required, the challenge in effectively eliminating a neurological parasite using a muscle testing analysis with electrode therapy is finding it: you have to use the correct muscle testing indicator point and this can involve some trial and error. It is an expanding science and there will always be new distinctions being made in this area. Astrophysicists tell us that we know more about the rest of the universe than we do about the human brain, although I’ve always assumed that is because they’re using telescopes and not microscopes…  Either way, the difficulty in diagnosing brain parasites through traditional methods leaves a muscle testing analysis as really the only way of locating them and electrode therapy as the only way of eliminating them. It is a complex situation that comes at the end of an already complex lineup of issues.

In the same way that it becomes apparent why crime is difficult to eradicate, it is apparent why parasites are difficult to eradicate.

Difficult, but not impossible. It is a misconception that getting all your parasites out is a simple matter, but it would be an equal misconception that you should give up and let them chew at you. So what if you have 45 different species spread throughout your entire body? Each one can be found an eliminated. So what if it’s difficult? Lots of things are difficult but this is worth the effort. If you’re focusing on parasites, at least you understand the true root causes of your illness and at least there is a light at the end of the tunnel.


At those numbers it’s easy to find 10 species of parasite in one person, it’s possible to find up to 30 or more and it explains why no single treatment was working.

After 15 or so years of intensive research, it has become apparent that the only simple solution to this complex issue is electrode therapy, which I had to re-develop from the ground up since the preexisting method of using frequencies (electrical or sound) was inconsistent, and in the cases of the parasites outlined above, universally ineffective. What I’ve realized is that it’s not the device that’s needed but an understanding of how to use the device.


  1. Rife frequencies don’t work. If you know what those are we need to clarify this right at the outset or you’ll get lost in 20th century conspiracy theories. I’ve tested all of Rife’s proposed frequencies against actual parasites in the body: they don’t work. This is because preset frequencies in general don’t work, each number needs to be tailored to the host like a combination lock, using a muscle testing analysis.
  2. Where parasite zappers are sold online, it should be understood that most of them come with preset Rife frequencies, so they don’t work either.
  3. The most popular frequency range is 460 Hz and that is generally the wrong range to kill parasites. It definitely won’t work on brain parasites.
  4. Decimal places in the frequency are needed which can only be muscle tested because the human body is a non-linear system (e.g. the number will always appear random).
  5. The correct duration is needed and will vary from one organism to another.
  6. The placement of electrodes is in some cases specific to the parasite.

There are simply too many variables for you to read this and do-it-yourself and remember that without an understanding of how to use an electrode therapy machine, the machine itself won’t help.

So how do you get electrode therapy? If you know me, or have access to one of my clinic locations, we can now set this up as a treatment. Also, if in the past we have spoken about a health condition that seemed like it had some unknown parasite at the root of it, (causing symptoms ranging from dizziness, vertigo and hair loss to digestive issues, neurological disorders, headaches, memory and vision issues to abdominal pain, food allergies and skin conditions, as well as all forms of arthritic inflammation, blood sugar, blood pressure and other skeletal issues) this should clarify things somewhat.

If you’re one of my international readers, it probably won’t be practical to meet up, I’m based out of Canada and at this point am not traveling to the US or Europe for clinic visits. So a solution will be needed that doesn’t involve me, but it will need to involve the electrode therapy.

How to Do it Yourself

You have to start somewhere. Short of knowing a practitioner that can help you with this, these are the variables you will need to get right to do it yourself. As you will see below, this will not be a simple matter, but I’ll outline the variables as best I can.

  1. Correctly find and muscle test the organ location that is “off”. That’s where the parasite will be. This requires you to understand muscle testing at the level an applied kinesiologist does. Remember that with the brain this will be a challenge since the neurological points aren’t obvious.
  2. Muscle test various parasite medications to see which one you need (quantifies which family of parasites you have)
  3. Do quantity testing of the pills within that medication to see which organism you have (since the numbers of pills indicates the specific organism). You can try taking the pills but eventually you’ll come up against the hard fact that the really bad parasites don’t respond to medication, and the ones that don’t also won’t respond to sound frequencies, and for the same reasons.
  4. If it makes sense to progress to this point, wire yourself up with electrodes, which need to be placed correctly.
  5. Attach the electrodes to a function generator, use the pulse wave form. This probably means you will need to buy an entry level digital function generator, so bear in mind that if it already says “parasites” on it, it almost certainly won’t work the way you’re hoping, and almost certainly will cost 2 to 3x as much as getting one that simply says “function generator” on it. It needs to be digital, not analogue, as you’ll need to be able to enter decimals.
  6. Find the correct frequency in Hz (e.g. the Hertz range goes from zero to infinity). This can vary from one organism to another. You’ll need to play around with this as there are many options and many of them work in specific cases. This frequency needs to be muscle tested against the organ that contains the parasite until the frequency variant turns a negative organ test back to a positive.
  7. Make sure you muscle test to at least the 1st decimal place, whole numbers don’t work on parasites.
  8. Continue to muscle test to make sure you get the duration right (e.g. continue applying the frequency until the parasite is dead).
  9. In each case, you will need to test the same organ location with the same parasite medication the next morning to ensure the parasite is actually gone, since one of the many technical aspects of using electrical frequencies to eliminate parasites is that sometimes the frequency can produce a masking effect, so the parasite looks like it’s gone for 12 to 18 hours but isn’t actually gone. For the record it took me thousands of hours of experimentation to sort this specific issue out, it’s extremely complex and the masking problem comes up quite a bit: your parasite can only be said to be gone if it is still gone 24 hours later.
  10. Finally, do this with each 30 to 60 of your parasites, and be right at each step of the way in each case. If you’re still getting a symptom, you’ll know you’ve missed one or more than one, since all symptoms can be traced back to a parasite.

I am being open about the fact that it is unlikely that in doing it yourself, you will be able to get all of these steps right, which underscores the fact that health is complex and getting rid of parasites is even more complex. That’s why it’s a science, not a simple process. Unlike many of my other posts, this post is addressed to people who have direct access to me, specifically those I have already consulted with.

However, in general, if you’re looking for whole crime families of parasites, you’re on the right track, while if your mentality is that you think you’ve found THE ONE, you’re probably not looking hard enough. No single parasite causes a major imbalance, that takes a group effort. Happy hunting.

For those specific people I referenced at the beginning of this article, who I am posting this for, you know where to find me and you can book in here as of now.

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