Germs and viruses according to biodescodification

Germs and viruses according to biodescodification,

Autoimmune disease

In autoimmune disease the biological meaning may be:

  • “One part of me wants to kill another part of me.”
  • “One part of me does not agree with the other part”.

All autoimmune diseases have one conflict in common, it is devaluation, guilt and helplessness. One part of me feels guilty, the other part feels helpless.

In auto-immune disease, there is always this feeling of schizophrenia, there are two characters inside me that are at war with each other and it is expressed by the fact that there are cells that destroy other cells of myself. This questions one’s own identity. We do not know if we are on one side or the other.

The first work that is done in the face of an autoimmune disease is going to be about devaluation. It is a guilt that turns against me and destroys me. Guilt is the rust of our organism.

The viruses

They are devoid of a cellular organization.

Are living beings reduced to some essential components, but are incapable of ensuring by themselves their complete existence because to live they need a host cell. They are much smaller than bacteria visible only through the electron microscope.

We think they arrived later because the electron microscope is quite modern.

Viruses are composed of RNA (ribonucleic acid) or DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) wrapped in a protein capsid called a capsid. In a way, they are on the borderline between living and non-living.

When they are in the air or on a surface they are inert, even fragile. Heat, alcohol and bleach can easily destroy them. They only become dangerous when they come into contact with a cell and not just any cell, a proper cell.

For reproduction, they will divert to their advantage, the metabolism of the cell that corresponds to them, by penetrating their genetic baggage.


They have two means.

They are made to pass through a nutrient substance and are absorbed by the cell or their coat is fused with the cell coat. A match is needed between the cell that is going to receive the virus and the virus itself.

In the next stage, it will insert its DNA, its genes, into the cell that will receive it. The viral genes will duplicate themselves.

The genes carry information. In Biodescodification, it is believed that viruses allow the modification of certain information in the cell.

A conflict exists, a piece of difficult information on something and the body takes care of this conflict and expresses it.

The repair will take place with a virus, a microorganism capable of giving certain information, not just any information. For the microorganism to enter the cell, the cell has to agree in some way.

We are at an important point here, because viruses can be lethal, in some cases, but this does not prevent their role from transforming the information that is inside the cell.

Exotic diseases

One example is the so-called exotic diseases. Our brain is not prepared to adapt immediately to the microbes that are in this exotic area.

The harmless measles that we went through during childhood when it arrived in America thousands of adult Indians died, but not a single child died.

They indeed carried the virus, but let us not forget that only a person who has gone through the corresponding conflict and who at that moment is in the healing phase becomes ill.

In the case of measles, the basic conflict, which affects the nasal and oral sinuses, is: “this smells bad”, “this stinks”.

Maybe when the conquistadors arrived in America this was the conflict: “what is happening smells bad to me, the people who are coming”. Children, in their innocence, did not experience it that way.

What do we do when we work in Biodescodification?

We try to modify the resentment. The resentment is our deep information. It is as if viruses were here to help us change this information.

Children of 6 years old sometimes find it difficult to learn to read. If they have measles, they can have a physical and learning change. When they go back to school, they have grown up, they have changed physically and suddenly learning to read is no longer a problem.

It’s as if other information has entered them and allows them to free themselves intellectually.

Viruses can lead to death

It’s true that there are viruses that can lead to death, but I don’t think that’s the goal.

Perhaps it is an objective in a clan because our first survival program is the survival of the species. It’s possible that, within a clan, the survival of the species may come through the death of an element of the clan. This is something we should reflect on.

The real role of this virus in the organism is to modify this cellular information, which is inside the nucleus and the DNA of the nucleus is going to be modified with the help of RNA.

Inside the nucleus is the DNA, the static molecule. There are only some coding parts, that is, the cell can read them and translate them into something. The translation is that, from these coding parts, a copy is made into messenger RNA inside the nucleus, by an enzyme that can convert DNA into RNA.

This comes out of the nucleus and, thanks to the ribosomes, is translated into a protein, which are the functional molecules of the body.

The Ribosomes

These are membrane-less organelles responsible for assembling proteins from the genetic information transcribed from DNA in the form of messenger RNA (mRNA). They are only visible under the electron microscope, due to their small size.

The viruses are incomplete beings, they need a cell to work. What they do is use the metabolic machinery of the cell to make copies of themselves. It requires the replication of its nucleic acid which can be DNA or RNA and the proteins that form the capsid.

The virus provides the enzyme reverse transcriptase to be able to go from RNA to DNA.

Gene therapy makes this pathway reverse, from RNA to DNA. To modify the cell’s information, it must be done with DNA. In gene therapy, cDNA or cDNA, which is the coding DNA, is used.

The Hepatitis Virus

There are several forms of hepatitis. The liver belongs to the group of organs associated with the brain stem, due to its endodermal origin. It is associated with this notion of “catching or spitting out the morsel”.

The hepatic channels are ectodermal. Therefore it is a conflict that has to do with territory. It is to live the conflict in digestive tonality, but territorial.

The liver is indispensable in the function of digestion, in the function of nourishment. Around the liver is associated with the notion of lack: “the fear of lacking something”, because one function of the liver is to store.

Transforms sugars into fatty acids and stores them to transform them back into sugars, in case of need.

This storage function has a great logic about: “I am afraid of lacking something” because, if I am afraid of lacking something, I will store it. Therefore, I will multiply the liver cells to make them more efficient.

The notion of hepatitis is a bit different

The liver also has the function of purifying the organism, in case of poisoning and also as a filter for food. It is rather in this function that we are going to frame hepatitis.

This disease is associated with the conflict of serious threats to the individual as if an external poison could affect me. The function of the liver is to manage this poison.

Poison, in real language, may have to do with mushrooms or poisonous plants. But with our cortex, we hear many different languages from our biological unconscious.

Often hepatitis does not refer to a real language. If we eat a poisonous mushroom, it is normal to be sick or very sick. But it is the same if we get the impression that we are: “eating poisonous information”. We are going to manage this emotion in a digestive plan.

The different hepatitis is related to this notion of: “poisoned information”. There are hepatitis A, B, C and D and there are different shades. It should be noted that in principle, it is this notion of mental, intellectual, or biological toxicity, which is going to be around this disease.

The difference is going to be:

  • “I know this toxicity,” this is going to trigger hepatitis A.
  • “I feel that something is toxic, but I don’t quite identify where it is coming from”, here we will be more in a hepatitis B.

Hepatitis is related to threats. In the cortex, when there is a threat in the territory through the air, it can affect the sinuses. The difference between a threat to affect the sinuses or the liver is our personal history.

It is how we connect what we experience with our organs and it is interesting to listen to people’s predicates.

Whether a person says, “This person I can’t swallow!”, or “It stirs me up!” We will be affecting the digestive tract.
if a person says: “this person can’t even smell!”, it will be related to the nose, to breathing.

Listening to the person we can understand the organ that is experiencing the problem. Hepatitis is associated with the idea of threats in the territory, experienced in a digestive way.

The best thing to do is to listen to the person’s resentment and be able to get to the conflict to decode it.

In generating everything that we do not support, that we do not tolerate, that smells bad, that we do not swallow, that we do not assimilate, that we do not like … and a long, etc. may be sending the corresponding emotion to an organ and affecting it without knowing it.

So a work of reviewing everything that unbalances you and understanding that everything you retain “has” you, can help you to release and thus release your organs and tissues.

Ask yourself: If I don’t take care of my body, where will I live?

This article was adapted and translated by the author: Monsalud Luque

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