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The Importance of Animal Disease in Biological Warfare: An Endless Reservoir for New Human Pathogens

Updated: Dec 16, 2023

By: A. W. Finnegan

animal disease and biological weapons
animal disease as a rich source of disease to create biological weapons

In the secret history of stealth biological warfare which I cover in my ground-breaking book, The Sleeper Agent: The Rise of Lyme Disease, Chronic Illness, and the Great Imitator Antigens of Biological Warfare, using published scientific research and official sources of evidence, I show that animal disease plays a central role in the development of new biological weapons made into human pathogens. The vast reservoir of animal disease from the animal kingdom provided people like Erich Traub the ability to take what were once diseases of animals and turn them into human pathogens through selective animal passages that brought about desired mutations to adapt them to new species and humans. I covered this in a previous article, Animal Passages & Biological Warfare: The Means and Methods of Bioengineering in the Days Before Recombinant DNA.

Hiding nefarious biological weapons development under agricultural problems gave the perfect cover for biological weapons work, and more importantly it provided endless possibilities for the adaptation of animal diseases to man. To do this, Erich Traub often used chicken eggs and allowed the agent to also take to humans more readily due to the similarities of the bird and human mucosal immune system. Many animal diseases can be turned into human pathogens with just a few modifications and the advantage of using animal diseases to make new human pathogens would confuse diagnosis and often go undetected or misdiagnosed as something else. During the 1950s, many USDA workers were infected by Traub’s modified Vesicular Stomatitis Virus (VSV) causing illnesses and encephalitis in workers at the USDA and the University of Wisconsin.

During World War II, Traub adapted the Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus to chicken eggs by mixing 10 strains of Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus in one egg and alternated passages between the egg and the guinea pig to get it gradually used to the egg, and once it was adapted to the egg, it had high potential for human pathogenicity. He had also adapted the Foot-and-Mouth Disease virus to mice, making it neurotropic, that is, it no longer caused outward manifestations like blisters on the skin, but instead it attacked the central nervous system and brain, often stayed clear from the blood, making diagnosis very difficult.

There were also avian influenza viruses that could be changed with mouse passages, to attack the brain and central nervous system, because, again, mouse passages imparted neurotropic qualities. Traub wasted no time in mutating these viruses to that effect. There was also the highly neurotropic Borna Disease Virus (BDV) that caused severe neurological problems and psychiatric disorders, and Traub also worked on this virus, which later could be found in human patients with severe mental illnesses. He could do the same with the devious horse lentivirus, Equine Infectious Anemia Virus (EIA), the HIV of horses, and in my recent book, many new revelations about the HIV virus come to light.

In short, many animal diseases thought only to affect certain animals could be changed and mutated to become novel, new human pathogens never before seen in humans. The advantage of this is obvious, and it would make diagnosis very challenging for an average physician, and it would cause torment and suffering with severe disease to the afflicted. It was a diabolical art, a dirty business that Traub and other colleagues made a fine art out of, but of course, it was the global superpowers he worked for that asked for it to begin with.

Buy a copy of my new book, The Sleeper Agent: The Rise of Lyme Disease, Chronic Illness, and the Great Imitator Antigens of Biological Warfare, and learn the history of stealth biological weapons that Erich Traub pioneered and mastered. In the book, the story of the mysterious Erich Traub is presented for the first time, based on in-depth study of all of his published scientific work, declassified intelligence reports, testimony from former military intelligence officer and Justice Department federal prosecutor John Loftus, who held a Q Clearance, among other official sources. Learn the story of a diabolical art that seeded the world with stealth biological weapons that caused slow, chronic diseases lacking antibodies and outward inflammation that attacked the brain and central nervous system, reactivating latent viruses already within the host, and avoided detection by physicians and healthcare providers.



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