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Forced Tapeworm For Constipation

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[2006]

[Aajonus]

So, I forced myself to get a tapeworm on it and I had had constipation for 57 years. Even on a raw diet, I'd move every day, but that first part of my bowel would be very dry and it would rip my rectum. And before I went on a raw food diet, I only went every 3 - 5 days and it would tear my rectum completely and there was always blood. I bled for 50 some years, and when I forced myself by eating the fermented milk with the mocha and the fermented sugar cane juice, I got a tapeworm from it. I kept the tapeworm for about three months, passed about 85 feet in two separate movements.

[Attendee]

85 foot long tapeworm?

[Aajonus]

Yes, 85 foot long. About 45 feet one time at 45 and 40 the other.

[Attendee]

So, you didn't attempt to release it? It just?

[Aajonus]

No, it just- well, I got a craving for onions and I just ate a half of an onion in a sitting and said the hell am I doing? And the next morning that evacuated 45 feet of the tapeworm.

I thought, oh shit, I worked all this long to get a parasite and here I knocked them out with the onion because I could smell 'em coming out with onion juice.

So, but then I saw, a week later, I saw little sections coming out again here and there, and I said, okay, he's still around. So then about a month and a half later, I passed another 40 ft.

[Attendee]

Did it take care of your constipation?

[Aajonus]

Yeah, I haven't had constipation since. They never come out larger than, let's say that, instead of the size of my fist.

[Attendee #2]

And what was the mechanism and why the tapeworm.

[Aajonus]

Tapeworm just changed the environment?

[Attendee #2]

How?

[Aajonus]

I don't know. It's like Joel Westock, he gave the people with inflammatory bowel syndrome who'd been suffering from 10 to 32 years no mitigation from it and if you know anybody's had inflammatory bowels syndrome...

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