HIV - Aids

Type: Virus


thymus - rectum

kidney - renal capsule

index - index (Rsv)

urethra - urethra (Rsv)

gallbladder - gallbladder (Rsv)



Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. It is characterized by a depressed immune system presumebly caused of the presence of the virus called HIV.

It can be asymptomatic for an indefinite period of time or present the typical symptoms such as kaposi's sarcoma or diverse opportunistic diseases (pneumonia). This syndrome affects various systems: respiratory, gastrointestinal, urogenital, etcetera.

First it is necessary to review some terms to correctly understand this condition:

  • HIV a type of retrovirus, supposed to cause AIDS.
  • AIDS acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. It is characterized by a depressed immune system unable to protect the body from opportunistic diseases such as candidiasis, pneumonia, tuberculosis, etc.
  • Seropositivity, positive tests that detect antibodies to HIV virus.

According to these concepts the patient can be seropositive, presumed the presence of HIV in his body and yet not present AIDS "Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome", not having opportunistic diseases. This period of latency can last indefinitely, with patients who in their whole life do not present the AIDS syndrome.

Biomagnetism and HIV-AIDS

In October 1988 Dr. Goiz discovered the first biomagnetic pair, corresponding to the AIDS virus: Thymus-Rectum. The presence of the pair does not necessarily imply a picture of immunodeficiency, since this depends on multiple factors. Since the thymus is the gland responsible for regulating the production of T-lymphocytes, different pairs or situations can alter it. Some special pairs help regulate glandular function, strengthening the immune system such as the pair appendix - thymus or kidney-kidney.

In the positive (straight) pair, the HIV virus lodges and the E-Coli bacteria resonance in the negative pole (thymus). It is precisely the bacteria that affects the thymus gland causing immunodeficiency, resulting in the syndrome known as AIDS. If the inverted pair is found: HIV in the thymus and E-coli in the rectum, the condition will cause alterations in the digestive system: diarrhea, gas, etc.

It should be noted that over the decades Dr. Isaac Goiz has found several viruses of the HIV family such as HIV-2, HIV-3 or HIV-4 that present similar symptoms to HIV-AIDS.

Orthodox point of view.

On April 23, 1984, Dr. Robert Gallo declared HIV as the cause of AIDS. According to their research the main means of transmission are by sexual transmission (body secretions) and parenteral (blood), which is the main risk groups are homosexuals, prostitutes, drug addicts, mainly. Since its discovery, laboratories have spent millions of dollars in research to obtain drugs that will cure the disease or vaccines to prevent it. Intensive campaigns have been launched against the highest risk groups, recommending the use of condoms. Drugs such as AZT have proven to be extremely expensive and have a number of side effects.

Dissenting point of view.

Throughout the decades, the thesis on AIDS and its causative agent, the HIV virus, have caused various controversies by creating a group of people who question the orthodox point of view. They themselves are called Dissidents of the official version, while the media call them HIV-AIDS deniers. Within this group are prominent figures such as its discoverer, the novel prize Luc Montegnier, Peter Duesberg, or the virologist Stefan Lanka who even questions the existence of HIV. Some of this Dissidents have written important books like "Rethinking AIDS" or "If everything you know about AIDS is false?"

Recommended video: 7 truths about AIDS.

  • 70% of patients diagnosed with AIDS due to an immunoglobulin study (ELISA test) are false positive according to the biomagnetic pair (False positive or Daniel syndrome)..


Sexual transmission, by blood (transfusion, infected syringes) or from mother to child at the time of delivery or during lactation.

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