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Postby London » Sun Feb 12, 2006 9:40 am

Lynn,

Yes, I read everything you write! The reason I did not respond to the mycosis article was because ( been there, read about it) plus
Lord TamTam at the time ( when I thought he was our leader), well he said...."No" > which could very well mean "Yes" Lol. I will go back and take a look.

Hey, I also will forward any PM's that I write to you too.

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Postby London » Sun Feb 12, 2006 10:41 am

oh goodness, now besides all the other stuff I had that I wanted to share with you, here's this popping up again.....


Uranium!


http://starbulletin.com/2006/01/06/news/story06.html

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Postby London » Sun Feb 12, 2006 10:46 am

JJill, Yes, I knew that phi 174 rang a bell when you posted on it the other day. I found my file on it ( in Dec. file) but, I will read thru the other ones and see if they sound good and or revealing. I'm so glad you opened this back up!

http://nar.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/full/33/6/e55

PS: Ever read about the Simion Virus or S-40 anyone?

Hey, have you guys heard of the mousepox disease; it's similar to the smallpox, Here ya go...[/color]

http://www.cnn.com/2003/HEALTH/10/31/bi ... usepox.ap/


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Postby Linn » Sun Feb 12, 2006 2:33 pm

London wrote:oh goodness, now besides all the other stuff I had that I wanted to share with you, here's this popping up again.....


Uranium!


http://starbulletin.com/2006/01/06/news/story06.html

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uranium?
the aliens use that too :lol: 8)

no seriously, why do you think this is significant to the symptoms?
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Postby London » Sun Feb 12, 2006 3:37 pm

Lynn,

Uranium = 1978, same year a helluva lot went down in the science field.

smallpox phi X ( original, etc.,)

and I can't keep up with everybody> who got what when, etc., Sorry to have left you out. So, what's your thinking?

Love to hear it-

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Postby Linn » Sun Feb 12, 2006 3:51 pm

uranium
only significance I can think of is causal agent of immune system dysfunction.
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Postby Skytroll » Sun Feb 12, 2006 6:00 pm

London,

You mentioned about Simian S-40. Some of us born in the 50s could have been given this.

"It is now suspected that some of the vaccine that was used in the original polio trials and immunizations were grown from the kidneys of monkeys infected with something called Simian Virus 40. SV40 is suspected of causing some rare forms of cancer. Would we have been so quick to immunize had we known that our children might pay a price in the future for safety in their youth?".......

Info here....

http://www.teachspace.org/lauren/polio/conclusion.html

The links on left have more about vaccines.

1955 when most got the first vaccine, I was missed.
They did 5 - 9 year olds on first administration of this vaccine, from dead polio virus, not live. I was four so did not get it until after the next round of vaccinations, and this could have had the S-40 in it.
I do have extreme muscle, upper neck pain and use heat on it, but, I do wonder about this.

My brother, who has MD was born in 1956. I wonder the connection between his muscle disease and the possible bad vaccines that were given.

Sister Kenny thought it was more muscle related than nerve related.

And now they have put it back together in a lab here in US somewhere, I read a while back.

I will see if I can find more.

I came down with Morgellons in 1991. I think whatever this is, I might have contacted there, after a 3-week visit. They used some kind of spray for misquito out there. The papers were destroyed, but, I do have some info on that.

My mother lived in that specific county and I do believe she had this. She had sores, itching, got pneumonia a lot, and she suffered with what they called Alzheimers, but, I wonder. Her kidneys failed in the end.



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Postby London » Sun Feb 12, 2006 8:45 pm

Lynne,

You seem bored, I need to send you some of my documents to read thru for us- I got some good ones too! :)

Sky,

Thanks for sharing your personal story. I miss having you as
an ally!

You know, I have some very, very good documents on it ( Polio)
and I posted about 5 of them on L.B. about two weeks ago. Kerry
wanted me to post some. And you know those cloning photos I was able to dig-up? Well, some show Rooservelt??? The Prez in those days, stricken w/ it.

I read your article and it was good too. But let me dig up one I have on polio-polymolitis(SP?) and all, it is soooo good. I found it around first to middle of Jan. so, I think I will be able to find it if I search there.

and somehow it goes along with the smallpox as well.

Okay, here's what I don't get....I have sooooo many articles that just fit, yet they are all on different things. Heck, look at it.....This could be the one for Valleyfever, and also the one I'm thinking right now is the foot and mouth disease. (sick rabbits, cattle-any animal) which I believe would also fall under the one I'm betting it will end up being called....

The human papyro-I can't spell it> the one that means warts; which causes cervical cancer.>>>( they do want to have control on "their" population, you know) but I believe if we come down diagnosed with this,then it will have stemmed from the swine giving it to us, or another animal vector.

They have this thing so bound up tight! Dotted I's and crossed T's!

I know I read somewhere ( and have it saved too) but I only printed a couple of sentences of this article due to my computer running out of ink, but anyway, i had totally forgotten about it until I saw the piece of paper
other day. Okay, your thinking what??? Well, it was saying how they were going to create this disease by 2002 and then by year 2004 (or something llike this), they would call it so & so....and then it said at the time of that document, there was not currently a name chosen to call it.

Is this not some crapola?? My paper does not have the website listed on it and I knwow it was around the first of January. ( I group my stuff by dates-don't ask me why, then I forget to go back and read them the next day) Real smart, eh?

But I know I've told you that I had that Royal University "saved to favorites" already plus a few more European universities too. If my memory serves me correct, I remember tricking the computer into some type of pasword to gain access to Universities stuff > back up here: I probably googled some weird stuff and boom, it led me into finding info out, I really can't remember, but the point is I am pretty sure that is where I got the above document. I know for a fact it is a Brittish University. I remember vividly how strange it was to finding which link on their site would take you where; seems as if they even had this secret? nestled into hidden places.

I know I'm probably boring the socks off most reading this, but as you can probably decipher, it was a good one that I'm eager to find.

Last thing, Since we all have different symptoms except for that black fiber, maybe that is what they did- different strains of pathenogens.
(smallpox, polio, chagus, influenza, malaria, leprosy, etc.,) it's got to be it. And I did see one article out of about 5 on Leprosy, where it caused these strange skin lesions like ours. ( Yes, I'm aware of all the other heinous skin symptoms that go along with leprosy) but this one was in addition to those.

I may sound aloof and all over the place but "IT" is so all over the place!
I still with a 75 to 80 percent gut feeling think it is possibly some form of anthrax. You know how some of us get thatblack flakes around lesions that maybe resembles black mold? (I'm talking under the scope here) well, that is the COAL! This is what anthrax does.

From all the above possibilites to Satanic groups having access to this
stuff, the possibilities are endless.

Have a great rest of day you guys~

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Postby London » Sun Feb 12, 2006 9:28 pm

Here's one on Cyanobacteria and how it helps alzheimer patients but ALSO how it helps a lot of other diseases as well:

http://www.rxpgnews.com/research/aging/ ... 3080.shtml


and here's another scool ( american) that I blieve is big-time guilty...

http://mediswww.meds.case.edu/

and please, I hope no one gets upset that I post my beliefs and feeings of
people, places and things that I believe are somehow involved int the making of this horrible illness. ( if I'm srong I will happily eat my words and apologize) but if I get "slammed" for this, well that just might provoke me into posting the " whole lot of them" and there is a lot!

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Postby Skytroll » Sun Feb 12, 2006 10:15 pm

London,

Cyanobacteria as treatment for Alzheimers?

How absurd. Cyanobacteria or mycocystins can kill a dog, if they get near it.

It leaves infections on peoples skin.

It is dangerous. Why would they use it for Alzheimers?

Are they trying to tell us that only bacteria now can be used to heal us? I hope not.

I guess if you have a bigger bacteria to eat a smaller bacteria, then you have healing, but you are left with the second bacteria and the biofilm that is produced by the two bacterias, that may not fight each other but join in harmony.

Are we supposed to live with the insects and they live on us. Such harmony. Flowers blooming out of our noses, bugs flying out of our ears.
Our eyes as sensors telling our arms to lift in flight
and our brains going along for the ride?

What are we becoming? I do not want to be a plant, but, it might be cool being a butterfly.

I prefer the irridescent blue one. Quite elegant, wouldn't you say?

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Postby RANDY » Sun Feb 12, 2006 10:26 pm

I love the S-40 idea but then how it is contagious?

My 80 year old mom who moved in with me caught
this she went to visit my brother in LA who aslo caught this and he in turn have three close friends who spend time at his home who have also caught this. My two cats died of this and one almost died of it but massive doses of pediatric ...brain fog....starts with an s......darn! I will remember it later...cured her and a huge mucous looking plasenta type thing was found in her litter and then she was fine. Honest engine. So..the contagious aspect has to be considered.

Since many of us are women between the ages of 40- 55 it sounds like something that I would love to hold on to as a possible theory but it does not explain the contagious aspect.

Keep up the good work...I am gonna check that tidbit of info out.

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Postby RANDY » Sun Feb 12, 2006 10:42 pm

Cyanobacteria and other marine natural products have been increasingly found to be a promising source of drug candidates for fighting a variety of human diseases, including cancer and bacterial infections, but their chemistry has been largely unexplored, experts say. Now, a common marine organism could lead to yet another potential health benefit, says study leader Karl Gademann, Ph.D., an organic chemist at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zürich. Gademann's lab specializes in identifying, synthesizing and studying new bioactive compounds from natural sources.

Is this not what he said is killing us and causing our disease? Hummmmm IF I am wrong..please someone correct me.. I am waiting to be ocrrected..Tam? You gonna defend yourself? CIlla..gonna step in?
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