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Does Fenbendazole help in the treatment of cancer?

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A few months ago, information appeared on the web that Fenbendazole not only cleansed dogs from worms, but also cured people of cancer!

The interesting news is that an Oklahoma resident was cured of cancer using Fenbendazole, an anti-worm drug used in veterinary medicine, mainly to disinfect dogs.This news spread all over the world and, as it turned out, gave hope to many people suffering from cancer.

Fenbendazole is a cheap medicine. The package costs only $ 5 and is usually available at every pharmacy.

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This “discovery” made a particularly strong impression on the people of South Korea. There, this news goes “viral” and thousands of Koreans start buying Fenbendazole. Within a few weeks, they bought all of Fenbendazole’s stock in the country.

Korean doctors and government members vainly warn the public that self-medication with unproven means can lead to many unpleasant side effects, but no one listens to them.

A representative of the Association of Doctors in South Korea said:

“We cannot recommend this medicine in any way, as human clinical trials have never been conducted and its safety for human health has not been confirmed.”

His words were received with enthusiasm, but in a completely different way. People rushed to sign the petition to start clinical trials of Fenbendazole with humans.

Pharmacy salespeople report that they are being contacted by relatives of people with cancer, who consider this drug a last chance for a loved one to be saved. And more of them have to refuse, because it is necessary to take Fenbendazole in the required amounts.

One pharmacist complains:

“Our patients are already very dependent on what they read on the Internet. In recent weeks, we have begun to experience serious difficulties in delivering Fenbendazole. “

Several people in South Korea have already suffered from Fenbendazole overdose, and it’s not just an allergy or a rash. As it turns out, this medicine, without strict dosage, can cause intestinal necrosis.

However, for most cancer patients in South Korea, it is better to “gain” gut necrosis than to die from a deadly tumor. Therefore, the Fenbendazole obsession there doesn’t seem to go away.

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Popular Korean comedian Kim Chul Min, suffering from lung cancer, recently denied the words of the authorities and said he was using Fenbendazole and was really feeling better. His pains were halved, and his tests began to show much better results.

Kim Chul Min said:

“I want to completely cure my cancer with Fenbendazole and become a” signal” to all cancer patients. The words of the government were very negative. “

In addition, reports from other people appear on the network stating that soon after taking Fenbendazole, their cancers began to shrink.

One user writes:

“Even if this medicine is toxic, I think it is no more toxic than chemotherapy and radiation therapy. And instead of intimidating people, it would be better for our government to carry out official tests. “


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Was an Angel filmed over a house extinguished by firefighters?

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Having appeared on the network, this photo caused a lot of comments – from the fact that it really was a Guardian Angel who guarded the firefighters during work, to those who assured that all this was just an illusion, no more complicated than a cloud in the shape of a lamb.

At the end of December 2020, while extinguishing a fire in the Polish village of Maldyty, an Angel hovered over the firemen, or at least something like an Angel. This photo appeared on the Facebook page of the Maldyta fire station and generated many comments.

“This is something that was formed during the last extinguishing of the fire from the ignition of soot in the chimney in Maldyty. Write in the comments your thoughts about it,” was written under the picture on their FB page.

Poles are known to be very religious and there are plenty of people willing to comment on the picture.

Many indeed believed that the Angel oversaw the work of the firemen and, perhaps, even helped them to extinguish the fire. But there were also enough of those who believed that it was all just a random silhouette between clouds in the sky and pareidolia (illusion). The photo was taken by an unspecified person sitting in the cab of a car parked next to the burning house.

“Christians have always believed in the existence of guardian spirits. Some call them Guardian Angels. The Bible confirms their existence,” Pastor Leszek Kozheniecki told reporters, commenting on this photo.

By the way, Kozhenetskiy is a well-known Polish pastor who believes in the existence of supernatural beings.

Three years ago, he told the press that he had driven out the evil spirit that settled in his house in Turza Wielka. One of the firefighters who worked on the extinguishing of the house that night said:

“If we have this kind of protection watching over us, I am pretty calm about safety during work.”

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The skeleton of a mysterious “prehistoric beast” found in Antarctica?

The skeleton of a mysterious "prehistoric beast" found in Antarctica? 104
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Blogger MrMBB333 shared an image of a “mysterious creature.” It was discovered 80 kilometers off the coast of Antarctica in a remote region of Antarctica, according to the Sun.

According to the blogger, the pictures are screenshots from the Google Earth service, which were sent to him by his subscriber and conspiracy theorist under the nickname BONKERS.

They estimate the length of the remains at 3.6-6 meters.I don’t know if it was frozen for thousands of years or appeared recently,- the blogger said.

MrMBB333 believes the skeleton belonged to a dinosaur. He came to this conclusion by examining the front and hind limbs of the creature. His subscribers are sure that these are the remains of a seal.

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A google search for seal skeleton images shows a pretty good match,- one of them wrote.

Other subscribers call the skeleton “suspicious”. They explain that “seals have no hind legs.” Another wrote that the remains belonged to an alligator or some other reptile.

In the comments, conspiracy theorists also expressed their opinion that “Antarctica is full of unexplained phenomena that may be related to ancient aliens.”

It is also believed that most of the “discoveries” made by users of Google Earth can be explained by the unusual shape of ice or other natural phenomena.

MrMBB333 uploaded his investigation video to YouTube on January 5. Since then, the video has been watched more than 200,000 times.

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150 thousand years old Metal pipes in Tibet, contradict the official history

150 thousand years old Metal pipes in Tibet, contradict the official history 106

It is said that there is a mountain in Tibet that contains a network of special formations that extend to the nearest lake. Many researchers believe that this is an artificial pipeline system. But, strangely enough, its origin dates back to the era of the Neanderthals.

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Photo: open sources

This mountain rises about 40 km from the city of Dalingha in the Tibetan Autonomous Region. It is called Baigongshan (White Mountain). In the world, it is better known for the wonderful formations that are in its heart and wide surroundings – they are called the Baigong pipes.

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Photo: open sources

This miracle has been the subject of controversial discussions for many years. Some believe they are a natural formation, but there are many who are sure that someone built them in the distant past to drain the lake. They base their arguments on research results, but there is a catch; the mysterious aqueduct should have appeared 150 thousand years ago. Traces of settlements around the mountain are not even older than 30 thousand years. So who could build metal pipes inside an uninhabited mountain?

There are three caves at the foot of Mount Baigongshan, two of them have already collapsed and are inaccessible, but the largest of them has since been the target of many tourists who come to the area.

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Photo: open sources

The cave looks like it was artificially created by someone. Visibility is enhanced by a massive pipe about forty centimeters in diameter that sticks out of the stone.

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Photo: open sources

Another apparently hollow pipe of the same diameter ran into the cave from the top of the mountain. Another one came from the bottom of the cave somewhere below.

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Photo: open sources

At the entrance to the cave, you can see several other pipes with a diameter of 10 to 40 cm. All this gives the impression of the remains of some ancient system or mechanism. About 80 meters from the cave, Lake Toson sparkles with a large number of scattered pipes on the beach.

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Photo: open sources

They stretch from east to west and have a diameter of 2 to 4.5 cm, these archaeological finds are described by the Chinese scientist Liu-Shaolin:

The unmistakable rust color indicates that they are made of metal. And their craftsmanship showcases advanced attachment techniques. Who could have built such a complex pipe system? Only one who knew well what he was doing and why.

The version that such an engineering miracle was created by the Chinese disappears immediately. The inhabitants of the Middle Kingdom could not build something like that 150 thousand years ago. As the authors of many amazing inventions, bureaucracy became one of them. Therefore, it is simply impossible to imagine that such a large-scale and, without exaggeration, a great construction project was reflected in any ancient Chinese source. Any emperor, during whose reign this happened, would make sure that his great deed was not forgotten by descendants.

Baigong tubes are another unsolved mystery in human history. This find once again refutes the facts of the official history. Where is the true and where is the misconception? Maybe there will be people among the readers who will logically explain the origin of the ancient aqueduct.

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