Q. Not much is understood about prion, a protein that is responsible for many neuro disorders like mad cow disease, Alzheimer's , Jacobs syndrome. The mechanisms of how this protein destroys neurons is not well understood. Please shed some light on this.
A. I first need to disclose I am not a doctor and have not studied medicine, and everything I get is from an intuitive perspective. Having said that...
I get that "prion" is a factor, but not the only contributor to these neurological conditions. I see that nerves within the nervous system have a very specific protein coating. In my mind it looks golden and glistening. As this protein called "prion" is created (looks like your body makes it in response to an environmental toxin) it seeks out the specific protein that coats the nerves, much like a magnet will attract to another. I also get that you can have a genetic predisposition to react to this "prion" so some people in similar situations by never react to the "environmental toxin" (that appears to be metallic in origin).
After the prion adheres to the nerve "coating" it slowing eats into the coating, creating a microscopic hole allowing the prion to enter. This process can take weeks to several years to occur.
Once the prion enters into the nerves, it starts to "scramble" the way messages are given, received and the subsequent reaction to a message. It doesn't look to attack all the nerves, but rather focuses on certain nerve bundles. For example, if it goes to the brain, it could manifest as mad cow. The nerves become very confused, and I get that pain may not interpret as pain, or if you see an object it could be difficult to verbalize what it is you are seeing.
Keeping the body detoxed is one of the best ways to counteract this. Even if you are in the early stages of prion production, keep your body flushed and don't allow the "neuro-toxin" (as I hear it in my mind) to build up. I see that meds can slow down the prion production, but don't seem to attack the root cause (purging the toxin).
In the future I see some major advancements with this. They still may not fix the root cause, but they are able to somehow create a med that attaches to the nerves changing the signal the "coating" is giving off and breaking the magnetic attraction. Prion will float in the body, but not attach to the nerves (that is why flushing it out is so important or it will just displace in fatty deposits).
And that is all I have for this reading. Thank you. Love and light-