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Why Is California State Water Project Dumping Parasite Infection Into Water

Updated on April 12, 2015
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Dallas W Thompson was born in Bakersfield, California to "Grapes of Wrath" descendants. First born son of three siblings of a preacher

No Cure for T. gondii Parasite

Water to approximately 20 million Californians..
Water to approximately 20 million Californians.. | Source

California Dumping Infectiousness Parasite In Drinking Water

Have you ever wondered where the water you drink and use comes from?

The State Water Project (SWP) - California is the nation's largest state-built water and power development and conveyance system. Over 24 million people drink water from the Delta in the Los Angeles area.

People dump cat litter into toilets. Cat feces also runs into storm drains. T. gondii is a parasite that must live temporarily in a cat's gut. T. gondii changes the rat's behavior where it hangs around cats with no fear. The parasite controls the rats behavior. Rats are infected by the cats feces... Sewage is being dumped by cities nearby to rivers that flow into the Delta. T. gondii comes from cats and has no cure. It is the leading cause of birth defects and the number one cause of food borne infections. It is associated with schizophrenia. For most people, the symptoms are not particularly worrisome, and most cases go unreported. A person experiencing fever, diarrhea, vomiting and nausea may not seek medical attention, especially if the symptoms are gone within a few days. The condition may be self-diagnosed as a touch of flu or blamed on yesterday's spicy lunch. In truth, however, the person may be experiencing an infection acquired from drinking water.

The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit renewal for the Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District’s (SRCSD) Sacramento Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant discharge to the Sacramento River. Federal Regulations mandate that NPDES permits include effluent limitations for all pollutants that are or may be discharged at levels that cause or have a reasonable potential to cause or contribute to an exceedance of a water quality standard, including numeric and narrative objectives within a standard. These models were used to determine the percentage of SRWTP effluent at several locations throughout the Delta. At this time there are no state or federal numeric water quality standards for nutrients to limit biostimulation for use in NPDES permitting.

The discharge is to the Sacramento River within the Delta. The Delta comprises over 700 miles of interconnected waterways and encompasses 1,153 square miles. The California State Water Project (SWP) gets it water from the Delta.

To make matters worse, cities dump sewage into the ocean. It infects everything that is warm-blooded. An example of T. gondii's impact: Most dead seals are infected with T. gondii.

Although it is now impossible to find toxin-free fish in Southern California’s waters, the city and county of Los Angeles show no sign of easing the daily dumping of millions of gallons of sewage offshore. Through the Hyperion treatment plant in El Segundo, the city of Los Angeles contributes 42.5% of Southern California’s daily output of 1 billion gallons of sewage. Of this 425-million-gallon share, only 100 million gallons—less than 25%--receives secondary treatment, which removes suspended solids missed by primary treatment. When suspended solids are removed, so are most of the toxins, which adhere to them.

All 425 million gallons a day are pumped through a common pipe that ends five miles off Santa Monica beach in 180 feet of water. This effluent is only 60% free of toxins because only 25% of it has undergone secondary treatment. If the entire output had received secondary treatment, 90% of the toxins would have been removed.

The most striking evidence of accumulated chlorinated hydrocarbons’ effects on mammals is seen in the massive tumors, cancers and internal abscesses found in stranded dolphins and sea lions on Southern California shores. Not surprising since the county sanitation districts contribute to coastal pollution through the state’s second-largest sewage treatment plant, which spews out 365 million gallons daily only two miles off San Pedro in 200 feet of water.

I discovered this information researching for my book, “Eyes Wide Shut: An Enigma.” It is unsettling…. At the Kettleman off-ramp located on the Interstate 5 in Central California there is a large billboard protesting sewage being dumped into the California State Water Project Canal. T. gondii kills people with immune deficiency problems… T. gondii changes our behaviors’. Most of us are infected. There is no cure… See:

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      Dallas W Thompson 6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA


      Sewage treatment does not eradicate T. gondii. Thanks for your comments.

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      smhassancom 6 years ago

      How to Choose a Water Filtration System

      In water filtration systems sewage treatment Stages

      Following stages are observed most commonly

      Primary treatment

      Secondary treatment

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      Dallas W Thompson 7 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

      World-Traveler, Thanks. Unfortunately, most "bottled water" is straight from municipal water... There are no restrictions, or guidelines... A case in point: "distilled water" cannot be used for contacts lens... It is too "nasty," It causes infections...

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      World-Traveler 7 years ago from USA

      I wanted to comment. The water problem is another reason why more people are buying bottled water and are using water filtration systems in their homes. Great information. Thanks.

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      Dallas W Thompson 7 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

      CMHypno, An interesting side note is in Morror Bay (Mid-Coast California) the city is dumping sewage a mile off-shore. Seals which are the early warning signs (same as a parrot in coal mine - if it dies, must leave because of low oxegen) are dying in greater numbers proportionaley than anywhere else... All are infected with T. gondii... In Pismo Beach 400 pegeons on the pier are spreading bacteria and T. gondii (they live underneath pier). Pismo Beach is among the most polluted in California . Often it is closed due to a very polluted stream dumping into the ocean at Pismo Beach.

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      CMHypno 7 years ago from Other Side of the Sun

      Interesting hub on water pollution. Both individuals and corporations give no thought to what they dump into rivers, oceans and sewerage systems.

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      Dallas W Thompson 7 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

      World-Traveler, I lived in Folsom. I was VP at Bella Vista High School... I remember the "Big" flood! I had a big cruiser on the Sacramento River and it was level with the top of the river banks!!! I enjoyed riding on the American River bike trails to Old Sacramento and back.. about 80 miles... All uphill on the way back! Thanks for stopping by!

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      World-Traveler 7 years ago from USA

      I wasn't aware of this parasite. Very informative.

      I wanted to comment on a comment that you left on one of my hubs regarding whitewater rafting. Incredible, you live near the American River in Sacratmento! I lived in Rancho Cordova and used to run the 3 mile river side trails and on the rocks as well on a daily basis. I was there during the BIG flood. Well, amazing to meet someone on Hubpages that lived where I used to live and that is also familiar with the river. Great!

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      Dallas W Thompson 7 years ago from Bakersfield, CA


      You can treat water and filter it to create "safe water." It is not being done because it is "not economically" feasible...


      It is more than "mortifying," people lives are shortened and suffer from their lack of motivation to change what is.. As noted there is no federal guidelines for sewage dumped into water...

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      tony0724 7 years ago from san diego calif

      As a native Californian this is just mortifying. And at the same time I amnot at all surprised.

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      katiem2 7 years ago from I'm outta here

      I do think about it, I got an off the wall call from a company working on turning trash into drinking water. They were looking for investors. I thought this was just insane... I enjoyed this scary but truthful debate on water.

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      Dallas W Thompson 7 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

      Enlydia Listener,

      One last comment about the possibility of "zapping" bad microbial "bugs" with electricity... Given I am a "lay person," I have no claims of being a scientist (although I was a Science Instructor) I have passed a Broadcast Engineering (FCC First Class) examination (I know and understand electronics),I do know a enough to be dangerous! Ignorance is not "bliss." Having given my disclaimer, I do believe there will in the near future be a "cure" for various diseases via the emanations (broadcasting) of electric energy that has a frequency tuned to the specific resonance of the targeted cell. An example is the opera singer breaking a fine crystal glass with her voice vibrations...


      "We" are... I accept responsibility and I am "madder-than-hell, and I ain't taking it anymore!" It is beyond "horrific." Everyone who has schizophrenia, is infected with T. gondii. It effects our behaviors. People who are infected have more car wrecks, the women are more promiscuous,men are "dumber, (women are smarter! when infected), it is the #1 cause of birth defects. If infected in the latter stages of pregnancy, it can be fatal... T. gondii is the #1 cause of food contamination infection.. There is much more impact....

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      LilianEden 7 years ago

      Who's to blame - people who dump such stuff into the toilet and/or government????

      I did hear that water will be prized more than the oil...It's utterly horrific.

      Great piece to bring to people's awareness...Stop throwing 'things' that don't belong into the toilets!

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      Dallas W Thompson 7 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

      Thanks. I fell strongly about this concern...

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      Enlydia Listener 7 years ago from trailer in the country

      Dallas, that was a very complete appraisal of the Zapper and Hulda Clark...I am really did your homework.

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      Dallas W Thompson 7 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

      ahorseback, Most of our "tap water" is not fit to drink. Nor is bottled water. Bottled water is a HUGE rip-off! It is more expensive than gas and has contaminates in it... It is a world-wide concern. Yet, it is perhaps the same as my heritage who were farmers that had outhouses. When you visited a friend, or relative in a different area, you usually got the "back-door-trots." It was accepted as the norm. Now, we know better, yet we still accept being infected and poisoned... and pay for the privilege of being infected...

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      ahorseback 7 years ago

      Not one state in this country is unaffected by these kinds of polutants are they, each state has it's own problems, Even here in litte old Vermont, Through farming and sewage phosporants are making there way into our drinking water tables. On and on we go Unll the point of no return.....

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      Dallas W Thompson 7 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

      billyaustindillon, I want to scream..! I had no idea what T. gondii was until I researched for my book. It changes entire cultures... Sewer plants do not kill the parasite...


      While the FDA has not approved zappers for use on humans or animals, they do accept that electricity can and does kill micro-organisms that may be living in water based conditions such as water, milk, fruit juices, etc.

      Hulda Regehr Clark (1928-2009) claimed to cure cancer, AIDS, and many other serious diseases. She described herself as an "independent research scientist" with bachelor and master's degrees from the University of Saskatchewan and a Ph.D. degree in physiology from the University of Minnesota (1958). The Register of Ph.D. Degrees conferred by the University of Minnesota of Minnesota July 1956-June 1966, states that (a) Clark received her degree with a major in zoology and a minor in botany, (b) her thesis was titled, "A study of the ion balance of crayfish muscle; evidence for two compartments of cellular potassium," and (c) her University of Saskatchewan degrees were bachelor of arts in 1949 and master of arts in 1950.

      Clark claimed that all cancers and many other diseases are caused by "parasites, toxins, and pollutants" and can be cured by killing the parasites and ridding the body of environmental chemicals. In a videotaped presentation, she said that all diseases were caused by a combination of a parasite and a pollutant. Her book The Cure for All Cancers states:

      All cancers are alike. They are all caused by a parasite. A single parasite! It is the human intestinal fluke. And if you kill this parasite, the cancer stops immediately. The tissue becomes normal again. In order to get cancer, you must have this parasite. . . .

      This parasite typically lives in the intestine where it might do little harm, causing only colitis, Crohn's disease or irritable bowel syndrome, or perhaps nothing at all. But if it invades a different organ, like the uterus, kidneys or liver, it does a great deal of harm. If it establishes itself in the liver, it causes cancer!

      The president of the American Society of Parasitologists noted that if Clark's pseudoscientific claims were correct, "the medical establishment and . . . professional pathologists are guilty of a gigantic and cruel fraud on the public."

      In November 1999, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission announced that it had stopped an Australian company (Raylight Pty Ltd) from advertising that its "Parasite Zapper" passes an electric current through a person's blood and is effective against the AIDS virus, parasites, hepatitis, herpes, obesity, and other serious conditions. The company also agreed to provide refunds to consumers who felt they had been mislead.

      In September 1999, Clark was arrested in San Diego, California, based on a fugitive warrant from Indiana, where she faced charges of practicing medicine without a license. In November, a former patient filed suit accusing her of negligence and fraud.

      More legal troubles...

      In February 2001, Mexican authorities inspected Century Nutrition and ordered it to shut down. According to a report in the San Diego Union Tribune, the clinic had never registered and was operating without a license. In June, the authorities announced that the clinic would be permitted to reopen but could offer only conventional care. The clinic was also fined 160,000 pesos (about $18,000). Both the order and the fine were appealed through the Mexican courts. Clark's attorney told me that the fine was rescinded. However, I was unable to locate any documents to this effect.

      The FTC has taken action against Marvin and Miguelina Beckwith, of Blaine, Washington, who had been selling Zappers and herbs through their "" Web site. Court documents state that the Beckwiths, doing business as Western Dietary Products, Inc., had claimed that their "Zapper Electrical Unit" is effective against Alzheimer's and HIV/AIDS and that various herbal products—including Black Walnut Tincture, Wormwood Tincture, and Cloves Tincture—can treat and cure cancer, Alzheimer's, diabetes, arthritis, and HIV/AIDS and would make surgery and chemotherapy unnecessary for persons with cancer.

      She died from what she claimed she could cure: cancer. On September 3, 2009, Clark died of complications of multiple myeloma, a form of lymphoma in which plasma cells become overabundant in the bone marrow. As their volume increases, they destroy the surrounding bone, which releases large amounts of calcium into the blood stream. They also suppress the formation of other blood cells, which leads to severe anemia.

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      Enlydia Listener 7 years ago from trailer in the country

      I know this sounds outside of the box, but have you ever researched any information on Hulda Clark's Zapper?...supposedly it zaps all different kinds of parasites by electrical pulses. I think the internet has places where you can look up different frequencies for different parasites.

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      billyaustindillon 7 years ago

      And this is in the state that is meant to be the most advanced in environmental issues - what a disgrace - it is getting scarier by the day.