Japanese bleeding from eyes

Multiple Japanese people reported sudden bleeding from the eyes at once.



Japanese bleeding from eyes


Bleeding from eyes. didn’t do anything, why ?! (From Ishinomaki city Miyagi = Disaster area.)





My eye started bleeding all of a sudden yesterday. It was my first time to get on an ambulance. They say the blood vessel of eyelid was cut. thought I was going to lose my eye sight. so scary. The reason is not known.(Tokyo)




  1. cesium attacks the eye Coronea. I thinkl, as for Chernobyl. all these people will have glaucoma and loose their eyesight. It seems to be worst than Chernoby because I never heard of eye bleedings around Chrnobyl (but maybe there was some).

  2. If we thought radioactive sulfur affecting men’s testicles was a hot button…think again. The prospect of being blinded by radiation will just terrify citizens. Having blind victims would strain the medical support facilities to the breaking point. And chaos, mass exodus and revolt would be the natural progression of events. Scary stuff. You din’t want to mess with prople’s eyes.

  3. I guess you have also read the following tweets from May 11 — one day before you posted this bullshit (https://twitter.com/#!/charomam/status/200838695585198080). It is crystal clear that what was reported here is called hyposhagma (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subconjunctival_hemorrhage) and has absolutely nothing to do with radioactivity. The person from Miyagi whose report you cite stated that he can not understand at all how and why his harmless tweet was connected with radioactivity.
    What do you intend by publishing such irresponsible rubbish? Make people run away from Japan? What a noble end!
    Media blackout, as you call it, is a bad thing. But mental blackout is even worse.

    1. Blutung der verschiedenen körperliche Organe, zum von Strahlung zu begleiten hat immer. Sicher kann man plötzliche mehrfache Krankheit als wahrscheinliches Resultat der Strahlung annehmen.

    2. Highly unlikely that numerous people would randomly contract this at the same time unless it was an environmental cause.

    3. In more severe cases of radiation damage, the endothelial cells die, and the vascular channels become occluded, leading to capillary dropout and ischemia. As areas of capillary loss become confluent, cotton-wool spots are seen clinically. These subsequently fade as large areas of retinal capillary nonperfusion develop.9 Later in the course, larger vessels become affected, possibly related to thickening of the vessel walls from a deposition of fibrillary or hyaline material10 (see Fig. 2B). Retinal ischemia, presumably mediated by vasoproliferative factors, leads to neovascularization of the retina and optic disc (see Fig. 2C), vitreous hemorrhage, and neovascular glaucoma


    4. Media blackout, as you call it, is a bad thing. But mental blackout is even worse.

      -> Media blackout is worst thing. mental blackout is not that bad.

  4. Six months after 3-11, a vitreous hemorrhage occurred inside my right eye, causing blurred vision. I had been in Seoul, Korea, for five months immediately after the meltdown. Vision has not yet returned completely to normal.

  5. To Reinhard Zöllner,

    The Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

    Radiation Injuries

    As pointed out in another section of this report the radiations from the nuclear explosions which caused injuries to persons were primarily those experienced within the first second after the explosion; a few may have occurred later, but all occurred in the first minute. The other two general types of radiation, viz., radiation from scattered fission products and induced radioactivity from objects near the center of explosion, were definitely proved not to have caused any casualties.

  6. IORI, could you indicate how many people are suffering from eye bleeding? Did this occur in one particular area?

  7. Could the bleeding eyes be Pterygium?


    “…Symptoms of pterygium include persistent redness, inflammation, foreign body sensation, tearing, which can cause BLEEDING, dry and itchy eyes…”


    “Br J Ophthalmol 1984;68:343-346 doi:10.1136/bjo.68.5.343
    Research Article

    Pterygium and ultraviolet radiation: a positive correlation.
    D J Moran and F C Hollows

    Pterygium has long been believed to be an environmental disease, Ultraviolet (UV) radiation playing a major role in its development. In examination of more than 100 000 Aborigines and non-Aborigines in rural Australia a strong positive correlation between climatic UV radiation and pterygium prevalence was found, providing further evidence of a causal relationship…”


    This article may be reprinted free of charge provided 1) that there is clear attribution to the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, and 2) that both the OMNS free subscription link http://orthomolecular.org/subscribe.html and also the OMNS archive link http://orthomolecular.org/resources/omns/index.shtml are included.

    Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, May 14, 2012

    Fukushima Radiation Release is Worse than You Have Been Told

    by Steve Hickey, PhD; Atsuo Yanagisawa, MD, PhD; Andrew W. Saul, PhD; Gert E. Schuitemaker, PhD; Damien Downing, MD

    (OMNS May 14, 2012) People have been misinformed about the tragedy at Fukushima and its consequences. There is a continuing cover up, the reactors have not been stabilized, and radiation continues to be released. The Japanese College of Intravenous Therapy (JCIT) has recently released a video for people wishing to learn more about how to protect themselves from contamination by taking large doses of vitamin C.

    Part 1 : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rbm_MH3nSdM

    Part 2 : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j4cyzts3lMo

    Part 3 : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYiRo2Oucfo

    Part 4 : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51Ie8FuuYJw

    ALL FOUR PARTS of the video are also available here http://firstlaw.wordpress.com/. Readers may link to, embed in their webpages, and make copies of the video for free distribution.”

  8. Eyes are extremely susceptible to radiation.

    “Radiation retinopathy is a predictable complication following exposure to any source of radiation. It was first described in 1933 by Stallard and appears clinically as microaneurysms, telangiectases, neovascularization, vitreous hemorrhage, hard exudates, cotton wool spots and macular edema…”

    PLEASE watch the FOUR VIDEOS in my previous message – they are very important and were put out on the internet by the Authors so that people could quickly find the information necessary for them to

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May 2012