Auto-Bacteria Play a Causative Role in Human Depression: A Case ReportAuthor(s): Ming-Hua Fu
The cause of depression is not clear. To find out the causative agent for depression, I, as a true case, combined the QiGong practice with clinical examination, laboratory tests and microbiology studies. In 1990, when I was 28 years old, and had practiced QiGong for one and a half years, I experienced sudden attack from the air and inside of my body at late night on my way to home. I saw shadows and images in the air, heard voices, and sensed pushing and forcing from inside. I handled the condition with QiGong method. In the hospital, X-ray examination of the internal organs, CT examination of my brain and laboratory tests showed I was physically normal. I sensed something could move in and out of my skin, stay in my body and try to influence my thinking and behaviors. There is no history of these manifestations in my family. Microbiology study revealed they were auto-bacteria, Staphylococcus gasomobilis, which were gram-negative and had special abilities and behaviors. I have treated the condition with QiGong for thirty years and I have been well. These results suggest that autobacteria play a causative role in human depression and other related mental disorders. It is urgent to develop effective strategies to prevent the bacteria from further damaging our life.