How long preexists trichomoniasis as immunoerosing factor in metazoa

Short sketchy history of coevolution of Trichomonas genus and Homo erectus


All the three now etablished Trichomonas species of Trich genus: pathogenic Tr vaginalis (urogenitalis) and the two extraurogenital species, Tr hominis (intestinalis) and Tr tenax (ororespiratorius), although imunogenic and still considered as commensals, could equate with enigmatic, immunologically recognized, unspecified symbionts. (Ewald P). Seeing evolutionary, in phylogenetic sence, all three trichomonas species harboring humans, have a single precursor which later evolved into three species adapted to  microecological conditions in systemic organs: genitourinary, gastrointestinal and respiratory tract.

Tr species was present in/near the multicellular organisms through the whole evolution of metazoan world of animal species. It is certain that their close vicinity must cause antiparasitic structural solutions in evolution of metazoan organisms. As a large portion of the genomes, cause crossed, common antitrichomonad immunity against the all three trichomonas sp. of related Genus. Evolutionary emerging of placentals with sexual hormones lead to speciation of genital species of Trichomonas Genus.

By vertebrates the primary position  of glandular secretory organs have the drains in the lowest part of the secretory organs so that gravity facilitates their discharge, while at the same time it hinders ascension of parasites. Iconsiredn Homo erectus, these things are haevily deranged, because most of the intestinal subepithelial immune barriers, compared with other tetrapeds, has rotated by 90 degrees from the primordial horizontal line. This is very unfavorable physiological position for the function of the immune belly´s mechanisms which naturally allows intimate contact of contaminated content in the intestinal lumen and Payer´s patches. Mucous cells are distributed near the end of discharge channels of digestive, urogenital and respiratory organs.

Mucous glands in excretory organs by presensitized hosts, in later contact with protozoa mechanically immobilize them by sticky mucus, similarly as spider does it with his victims with the help of secretion of cobweb. In previously sensitized host the mucus is more dense, sticky and charged by immunoglobulins, similarly to infected invertebrate Sipunculus Nudus (Bang/Bang 1972).

From the anthropological point of view, it is incredible that prehistoric and prereligious man have not had suspected or, at least, instinctively felt the existence of such contagious paleopathogens, with devilish ability, particularly in situations of high healthrisk connected with sexual life, birth, puberty, pregnancy, illness and finally by death.

The worldwidespread rituals, in most tribes and nations often coincide with the daily, lunar, solar and possibly with Venusian ciclus of biological rhythm (of parasitic reproduction and the immune host capacity.

Due to the aforementioned healthrisks which was recognized around the world by different tribal shamans and medicine mans of peoples of different written religious and unwritten procedures, rituals, which have not only antidemoniac or only commemotative but also anti-parasitic suignificance. Such is the case with all Asian religions including Taoistic medical system under name "Three worms", buddhistic worms medical sytem, vishnuitic demon´s Mura medical system, tibetan Buddhist worms medical concept (Dr Yesh Donden 1988), Sumerian, Egyptian, Babylonian, Zoroastrian (Ahrimanian), Abrahamic Near Eastern religios medical systems, including Behemoth large size whose meat and dairy products as well as dirty water can damage men.