XMRV, Lyme Disease, and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – CFS. MMS WILL TREAT.


As everyone may or may not be aware of the fact that I have lyme disease, specifically chronic lyme disease.  I did a posting on this a year or two ago and how I believed lyme to be linked with the “XMRV” virus before researchers even made the connection (my entry dates back, before the research).

I want to get tested for the XMRV virus (it is said to cause lyme disease, fibromylagia, chronic fatigue syndrome – CFS, ms, etc).  It is the root cause of these chronic diseases.  Unfortunately there isn’t a standardized test for XMRV yet, not that the government will pay for anyway.  There is an excellent lab by the Whitmoore association, but the test costs $600.  As I stated, it is not covered under insurance.

I have had a return of lyme, or “XMRV” symptoms since I stopped taking the MMS… the MMS was the only “drug” (all natural) that seemed to keep my CFS/lyme/XMRV under control… I am going to once again resume taking it, every single day for 5-8 hours per day.  I also would like to get my follow-up lyme test that I have been talking about, but I cannot afford that, either, which is also out-of-pocket, $200.00, tests #188 and 189.

A lot is going on in my life right now, and the health issues are once again surfacing.  My most recent blood test, from 6/11/12 states:

Hematocrit 47.0 H
MCHC 31.7 L
MPV 10.8 H
Neutrophils 40 L
Lymphocytes 51 H
Thyroid TSH .05 L

My results are once again, since I have stopped taking MMS, out-of-whack.

Anyone who would like to connect with me is welcome to send me a Facebook message.  Search for “Emily Anne Cox,” or emilyacox@aol.com.  I won’t approve your friend-request without a personal message.  I also have a youtube series “MMS- Magical Mineral Solution.”  My username is Not2bforgot10

I look forward to hearing from you!

I will continue to advocate for my health and learn more about my condition and ways to improve my health.  I will be resuming my MMS – Magical Mineral Solution A.K.A. “Water purification drops” to treat my lyme/fibro/XMRV.

March 13th, 2011. Lyme times.


I am tired and exhausted because I had chosen to stay up late last night reading about the XMRV virus in connection with my lyme disease.  I was proud to have discovered that a connection has been made because the last time that I looked up XMRV in the fall of 2010 it had only been linked to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.  It’s good to see advances!  And of course Dr. Joseph Burrascano is on top of the research.

At any rate, I am tired today.  I am excited to start my new regime soon and structure –structure more or less; the regimen itself is going to be very difficult to follow seeing as how I eat carbs every single day, often three, if not four times a day.  The lyme diet is very strict.  I have been told it’s somewhat like the Atkins diet and that it’s also similar to the Gerson diet used to treat cancer patients.

At any rate, I am excited to incorporate my new structure and to apply the discipline to achieve it.  I think that with adequate sleep I may very well be able to accommodate it and live it out successfully.  Of course there will be challenges, which I believe I can overcome as long as I can identify them, and also through the grace of God.  I do have belief in a spiritual power despite my anguish and triumph.

I trust that there is a “plan” for me.  I will be honest, there are moments –many, where I feel completely helpless, and I am angry, bitter, and sad that this is happening to me, but I just remind myself that there will come a time when things are “better.”  I will hold true to that.  I have heard of many lyme disease patients committing suicide because life doesn’t seem worth living; I hope to not get to that point.

I honestly believe that I have a purpose on this earth to serve and help make a difference.  I believe that I have what it takes inside to overcome and to be a part of the “greater” plan.  I believe that I have what it takes to succeed listening to the Creator.  I strongly believe that there is a chosen path for me.  –that is not to undermine or underestimate good will, or personal will, as I do believe that we have and are given choices, but I believe that through this suffering I will become a stronger person, and I will trust with all of my heart that I can pull through this.

My “friend” is the night.  The “night” and its stillness and silence is my companion.  The stars.  The trees.  –the things that I cannot see right now because I am so far away from them, but in my heart, they stay, as well as the vision that I hold for myself and my life.  I will overcome.  I will believe.

I think there is beauty and richness all around us.  I think that when we stop and breathe and take a moment to see the richness and beauty that life has to offer we can appreciate.  Life is beautiful.  I love life.  I love people.  I love the gifts that I have been given and the unique gifts that others share.  I want to see the world a better place.   I want to see people make a difference –to see people happy.  We are meant to live out our lives with purpose, conviction, and integrity.  To master unknown truths, but to know when to surrender.

“There is ‘beauty in the breakdown'” Dido once said.  I will be broken down, each of my defenses, whether I like it or not until I learn my “lesson” –this I wholeheartedly believe.  There is a “lesson” for that I just cannot see yet.  There is truth in the unknown.  There is a lesson here, and a magical healing and renewed spirit.  We will prevail.  We will walk together.  We will know each other.  We will love, respect, and tolerate one another.  We will cherish one another.  This is not a “utopia.”  Change starts with us –with the self.  I will walk through the fire if I have to, and by the water.  I will try and rest and calm my body to the best of my ability, creating a good balance.

I will eat healthy foods, mediate, sleep, love, and pray.  I will try and moderately exercise.  I am going to do my best to overcome this dis-ease and sickness.  Amen.