Despite terms of the Nuremberg Code and what happened in Nazi labs, the United States Government with a small army of scientists and physicians chose African American men as test subjects for research projects on syphilis. The disease was prevalent in females too, including African American females, yet government scientists concluded there was nothing to be learned from studying females and syphilis. The source of the blue light was in Y chromosomes. The Germans discovered this law of genetics. X chromosomes are mere receptors of the light, never keepers of it. The key was in man. The Y chromosome held the key.
Pure genetic strings are necessary to unleash the warlike power of syphilis bacteria. Initially it was thought that human test specimens from the African continent held the most untainted form of blood, reaching unscathed to our beginnings. It was learned decades later that the color of skin has nothing to do with linking one in a direct route to Adam. Little variety in family strings over generations made the connection to the light possible. The light, where we all go eventually.
Josh was pure in blood, or so it seemed to scientists who believed they found a way. He, like African American men in Tuskegee, was placed in a controlled governmental study without his formal consent.
Penicillin was an effective treatment during the period the study was conducted (1932-1972), yet during the Tuskegee Project, modern antibiotics were never used. Death afflicted participants of the Tuskegee Experiment in torturous ways, in the name of God and country.
“You have bad blood,” doctors informed poor Black farm boys in regards to their treatment. The men were totally unaware of the scope of the non-therapeutic tests being conducted, acts that were outlawed in the Nuremberg Code.
Demonic cries filled the swamps of Alabama. Twenty-eight men were permitted to die without humanistic care. Their bodies were to be dissected, lights within them harvested for the purpose of a greater good, or so it seemed.
It was the insanity associated with stage three of Syphilis that scientists hoped to monitor and witness firsthand in Tuskegee. Chimps and rats cannot talk, but psychotic men do, and there was so much to learn of the bacteria.
Crosses. White crosses formed in the pupils of their eyes. Sure this was a sign. So much had to be learned, yet not even the Tuskegee project was enough. More would have to be researched in regards to sexually transited diseases. The true face of syphilis as it relates to super intelligence was reveled. Thousands of human test subjects would be needed.
HIV was unleashed as a form of national defense following the Tuskegee experiments. It was all that could be done to slow the progress of the evil following the Tuskegee meltdown.
Biological warfare is suicide. The use of such weaponry is like that of the hydrogen bomb– fallout for all is inevitable, yet, for countries like the United States, it was essential to have an understanding of the tiny bacteria that goes unnoticed for so long. They were playing with fire, but we were all burned.
Syphilis mimics characteristics of other skin afflictions. To scientists at the time, the bug appeared to be a bacteria with intelligence! Like any living reptile, fish or mammal, using the trick of camouflage, the appearance of infection generated by the bacteria takes on characteristics of other diseases affecting men within the core of their genetic strings. In AIDS, the ancient bacteria went wild, creating a firestorm within all of us that will go unnoticed until the very end.
The government never considered that one of their test subjects would not die in post Tuskegee studies. Control of the tiny demon seemed impossible. Josh was the one they hoped for– a key to harnessing the energy. A storage tank.
Josh had XXY chromosomes in each of his cells. Most have just two sets– XX for females, XY in males.
He was unlike others who died during the trials. The second round of Nazi experiments ended in far worse turmoil than the catastrophe in Alabama.