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Why Buy the Book, Eyes Wide Shut: An Enigma?

Updated on April 11, 2015

Toxoplasmosis Gondii (T. Gondii) Changes Our Behaviors!!!

Based Upon Facts!

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Ignorance is not Bliss!

What You do Not Know May Effect YOU!

My book, "Eyes Wide Shut: An Enigma is concerned about leadership with hidden agendas. What are “hidden agendas?” Hidden agendas are as varied as there are leaders. The hidden agendas meet the leaders perceived needs. Their agendas may not be in YOUR best interest.

Hidden Agenda Example

Some good leaders become corrupt trying to do the “right thing.” Who determines what the right thing is? Who decides the benefits for the elite at the expense of the “many?” Who determines who are “expendable?”

What would you do if you had a family retreat that was underground, shielded from radiation, bombproof, and capable of supporting 10 people for five years? Your good intentions of saving your family are an honorable one.

Suppose the terrible need arises where you need to retreat to your family safe haven and you must choose only ten family members to save. Your years of preparation was hidden in plain sight. No one knew what you were really planning to do.

When the time came to decide, who lives and who dies… One man decides. One man developed the criteria that decided who lived and who died… No one knew the fate of others was sealed to a horrible agonizing death… because one man decided to save himself and a few select others.

Others had supported the construction and preparation of this safe living facility. They had no idea they would be denied to use this to save their lives. They did not know the real purpose of the facility.

One man determined the fate many at the expense of his chosen survivors. He was not accountable to anyone. He did it in plain sight.

The above example happens more than YOU are aware. One must be aware and alert. Our lives depend on it. The best secrets are hidden in plain sight. The political process is an excellent vehicle to provide hidden benefits for the select few.

The book, “Eyes Wide Shut: An Enigma – Hidden in Plain Sight,” in a fictional setting explores the possibility of a "real world" simple parasite, T. gondii that is ubiquitous with more than half of the world already infected. It may be possible to modify the DNA for defined benefits for a select few. The technology is here...

Toxoplasomis Gondii (T. gondii)

Toxoplasomis Gondii (T. gondii) is a parasite that must live inside a cat’s intestine to reproduce sexually. Nature is clever. T. gondii changes the behaviors of the host. When a rat or mouse eats, something that is contaminated with cat feces, they are infected. Here is the amazing part: the rat or mouse becomes involved in a fatal attraction. They are driven to be around cats. If an infected rat or mouse is given a choice at the same time to eat, drink water, or to smell a cat collar from an infected cat; the rat or mouse will go directly to the cat collar.

All warm-blooded animals and humans are susceptible to T. gondii infection. It changes all of their behaviors. It changes our cultures. It makes infected men seek risk-seeking behaviors. Most motorcycle riders are infected. Infected people have 2.5 times higher car wrecks… It makes infected women become extremely attractive to T. gondii infected men. Brazil has almost 90% infection rate… France has 80% infection rate.

Given the above, T. gondii is an excellent vehicle to design specific behaviors for the elite. An example: E. Coli is a bad bug most of us have. When E. Coli infection is triggered into a mass multiplying within us, we get ill. This is usually from eating E. Coli contaminated food. Twenty years ago scientist were able to genetically alter E. Coli DNA to produce human insulin. Prior to that time insulin was produce from (pigs) and some people were allergic to bovine derived products.

The point is, an existing bad bug was altered to produce a desired characteristics. T. gondii DNA can be modifidd... A single protein was discovered that alters behaviors...

T. gondii is a bad bug that has the capacity to change behaviors. It is associated with brain cancers, schizophrenia, bi-polar, third leading cause of food related deaths and much more…

The book suggests the possibility a “GOOD” leader could produce his desire trait and no one would know.

The Possibility for Military Leaders to Produce the “Perfect Soldier” Exists

Military leaders by necessity work in classified projects with limited “need to know.” If you do not need to know, you will not know. Many Top Secret Projects have classified “Black Box” funding. It is necessary to prevent the “bad guys” knowing about the project. If you do not have the need to know, not even congress would know…

Political boundaries may not be a limiting factor. There can be mutual needs met with the few “elite.”

The possibility to have access to unlimited funding with unaccountable leadership is frightening!

What can YOU do? Be aware and alert. Ask questions. There is no set answer. It is a process. Given security requires the “need to know,” there must be an oversight of every project…

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    • dallas93444 profile imageAUTHOR

      Dallas W Thompson 

      6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

      Happyboomernurse,

      One must be aware and alert!

    • Happyboomernurse profile image

      Gail Sobotkin 

      6 years ago from South Carolina

      Scary stuff. I remember working in an ob/gyn office in the mid 1970's and warning pregnant women not to change the cat litter because of the danger of toxoplasmosis but I never heard of the other things you wrote here.

      Thanks for posting this.

    • dallas93444 profile imageAUTHOR

      Dallas W Thompson 

      6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

      Website Examiner,

      Thanks for your comments. Hindsight provides 20/20 vision... However one must be aware and alert.

      I am aware of the URLS pointed back to HubPages. I did that because HubPages does not want Hubs pointed to a commercial entity...

      Therefor I linked to articles I have written in the HubPage community.

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      Website Examiner 

      6 years ago

      I'm sure you are right, and one has learned to not take things at face value. These agendas tend to become clearer in hindsight, which means that it could be a decade or more before a current leadership is properly understood. Not all decisions are easy to make, no matter who makes them. On a technical note, I observed that the URLs to the project website are actually pointing right back to this hub, so that may be worthwhile looking into. Good luck with the book release!

    • dallas93444 profile imageAUTHOR

      Dallas W Thompson 

      6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

      JT Walters,

      Thanks!

      I look forward to sharing and increasing awareness and others being alert!

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      JT Walters 

      6 years ago from Florida

      HI Dallas,

      This looks fascinating. I look forward to reading it.

      JT

    • dallas93444 profile imageAUTHOR

      Dallas W Thompson 

      6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

      FitnezzJim,

      There is no cure...!

      Although T. gondii awareness began in 1902 (sheep were aborting) ...it was not until 1976 that the danger to pregnant women was discovered. Not until 2000 was there any concern about humans infected with T. gondii. It was thought that after the initial typical response of flu-like symptoms and then a recovery - no big deal.

      In the last two years... major unpleasant discoveries have been made... see my website: www eyeswideshutanenigma dot com or above listed related articles for more details...

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      FitnezzJim 

      6 years ago from Fredericksburg, Virginia

      Scary, but informative.

      So just how do you get rid of it if you get it?

    • dallas93444 profile imageAUTHOR

      Dallas W Thompson 

      6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

      femmeflashpoint,

      Outstanding! Thanks! Feel free to review, quote, or use the book for whatever reason you want!

      Enjoy the process!

      I appreciate your intent!

      Dallas

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      femmeflashpoint 

      6 years ago

      Got it and reading it Dallas, at least the electronic version.

      When the print version comes out, I'll forward it to you for autographing, lol.

      Haven't finished the read yet, but working my way through it and so far, it's great!

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