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Postby London » Fri Apr 07, 2006 2:23 pm

Lynne and all,

Sorry but I made a mistake in my post above to you. Please replace Mesoplankton with Mesozooplankton!

I was v. tired when I posted that-

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Postby London » Fri Apr 07, 2006 2:49 pm

OMG.......

TamTam are you saying the CMV?

They used anitibiotics in every animal they fed.....The Cattle, the swine, the poultry and of course the fish and shrimp (brine).

Here's an article Documenting this hideous event they have been doing to us.....

I'm guessing the flea is involved!!!!
The Vets!????? I hope I'm wrong.

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Postby juju » Fri Apr 07, 2006 3:13 pm

A synthetic vector does exist.

Data transfer makes geografical postion (as actual epi center) less important.


I wonder why there is so many cases in Texas and California then??
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Postby London » Fri Apr 07, 2006 4:01 pm

I will admit that I am stuck......

For the last month I just knew the mesozooplankton or either the GM-
Mesozooplankton was the culprit. Well, I know it is- at least part of it.

I bet there are at least 4-5 parts total......the organism(s) , the plant,
possibly a nerve agent, Light and magnets......NEVERMIND- god this is driving me nutzo.......

Regardless, I still am shocked in this CMV and the animal human antimicrobial connection they did to us.....So yeah, this time I will say that it will fall into place with the Mesozooplankton theory as well!

Check this horror out:

ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE IN ZOONOSES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR HUMAN HEALTH (Just snippets)

The use of antibiotics in veterinary medicine and in animal husbandry, role in the appearance of antibiotic resistance in
human pathogens is bothcontroversial and of global importance. use of
antibiotics has consequently resulted in the rapid emergence of antimicrobial resistance in both human and veterinary
pathogens with resistance mechanisms having now been described for all known antibiotics currently available for human
clinical use. Although the spread of clonally related resistant organisms poses a hazard in itself, if the resistance genes are
chromosomally encoded in these organisms then they are contained within that bacterium
. Protocols should, in this instance,
be implemented that would eradicate the resistant organisms before they reach humans
. Of equal or greater concern is the fact
that in recent years a number of resistance genes have become associated with mobile DNA elements such as plasmids,
conjugative transposons, and integrons.talk will concentrate on two
examples of antibiotic resistance arising in animal bacteria, and suggested to have human health implications.
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Postby Cilla » Fri Apr 07, 2006 4:41 pm

Hi all,

To those who have sent personal messages, thank you, and I will certainly try to include the 'general gist' of these into any conversations I have with various doctors known to me, including the one with a specialist interest in neurological illnesses.

My hope is that sufficient interest will be sparked so that he would consider making contact with this doctor, or at least initially read any contributions made by this doctor to the professional literature.

This UK doctor, with whom you have made an appointment, certainly comes highly recommended, since it was Mary at the Morgellon's Research Foundation who gave you his details.

I would therefore treat every word he said as gold, and be very much guided by him as to what he suggests by way of necessary investigations and prescribed regimen of treatment.

The most crucial thing of all is to get the treatment that he prescribes started as soon as possible, or whenever he feels is the best time for you. (I do not know, but he may prefer to wait for the results of various tests before prescribing a given drug). Just do whatever he says, since he is the expert.

Convincing other medics of this disease is going to take some time, unfortunately, and it is absolutely not worth risking your health to wait for this 'revolution', now that you know there is a UK doctor willing to diagnose whatever you have, and to treat it.

The feathers that you have personally observed, Helen, may have originated from the laundry, in the way you stated could have been the case, e.g. from pillow cases etc. They would perhaps be a little 'static' following the drying process, and would stick to skin that had lesions, or even had creams or lotions applied. If this is the case, they would obviously not be of any clinical significance, as far as I can see.

What you are describing, Sabrina, is altogether very different. Are you saying that you have personally observed small white feathers coming out of your skin, and they were 'upside down'? Did these come out of infected parts of your skin? E.g., what would you say their relation would seem to have been to any lesions, cuts, or hardened pieces of skin, such as the 'callus', being researched by Cliff Mickelson and fellow scientist? Would you say that the feathers had anything to do with any other 'cellulose-like' fibers that you may also have observed? Have you actually captured this happening on video?

To you all.

Incidentally, I realise that the position of the mother with the sick child who was (thank God) eventually given treatment by the doctor and professor is in a totally different league from the situation many of you presently find yourselves in.

This child had obvious clinical features that could be assessed by a doctor with the necessary expertise and knowledge of that kind of illness. The child's specific illness existed within the (albeit obscure) specialist literature concerned.

Your situation, (unless you too can be advised of a specialist doctor in your area by Mary from the Morgellon's Research Foundation, and I would hope that this would be possible, given that she can advise people in the UK), is altogether different. Precarious is possibly not too strong a word, if the doctor before you has no specialist knowledge or expertise of a disease that is not fully documented in the professional literature.

I now think, unless you contact Mary, or someone else who knows of a specialist 'Morgellon's or Lyme disease' doctor who will personally examine you in order to make such a diagnosis (or not, e.g. if you perhaps are found to be suffering from a different type of infectious disease), you are adrift.

I do not want anyone to be adrift, or to have a condition that is getting more pronounced the longer it is left without the proper, medically prescribed, regimen of treatment. Until you get this help, the last thing you want to do is to cut off any overtures from individuals who are trying to help you.

If you agree with that, then do not allow the site to be used for the making of false accusations, insults, or threats of physical violence, (whether accompanied by a smiley or not, when these threats are in the context of the other false accusations and insults), against the very people who are trying to get you the help.

You never know who is reading the material on a website. I think it is ill-advised to make threats anyway, and, as the doctor with whom I spoke said, if any of my family were vulnerable and, not only doing this, but also sending personal messages with their full name and address included, I would hope that someone would inform me about it, colleague to colleague.
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Postby RANDY » Fri Apr 07, 2006 4:51 pm

Guess what..someone on this site who lives in CA is the one who gave ER the info which made fun of us.

Watch out people you are being used to look crazy for the movie they are making.

Remember what I said. Most things I have said have come true. Smoke and mirrors people. Use caution!

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Postby in_the_uk » Fri Apr 07, 2006 5:05 pm

Cilla, I have seen the bright white feathers that you are talking about that I know do not come from the laundry. This is important to stress because I do have a hypothesis concerning the feathers.

Hope it all goes well.

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Postby in_the_uk » Fri Apr 07, 2006 6:07 pm

Cilla, I have seen the bright white feathers that you are talking about that I know do not come from the laundry. This is important to stress because I do have a hypothesis concerning the feathers.

Hope it all goes well.

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Postby Cilla » Fri Apr 07, 2006 6:09 pm

Hi,

I am repeating what Sabrina has said about the white feathers that she has personally observed. Whether these are fibers that look very like feathers, or whether they are actually feathers, I do not know.

It is hard enough to get one's head around the human body apparently manufacturing cellulose (in the form of fibers), although I suppose some infections could explain this.

Tam tam has also stated that cellulose is quite close to chitin, and people have complained of insects being part of the problem.

Whose, or what kind of, DNA would be found in such a feather? How expensive would such a laboratory analysis be? You would have to be very sure before requesting this, (if it would be very expensive), because it would be a lot of money down the drain if the results indicated it was either not a feather, or that it was a feather that had presumably come from a duvet or such like.

You could ask the doctor when you see him, ? on Monday, because I don't really have a clue.
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Postby Cilla » Fri Apr 07, 2006 6:47 pm

Hi again,

I am not saying that you have to put all of your eggs in one basket.

Tam tam's posts and video mention something about bird technology, and a bird species being incorporated, respectively. I do not think he has ever actually said that feathers could grow on people as part of this 'stray target' infection, or if he has, I have not seen this.

What I have read is that people are complaining of this phenomenon, or they are reporting feathers, but wondering whether they have come off the pillows or such, or if they are only fibers that resemble feathers.

Sabrina mentioned that she did not wish to discount Tam tam, because he has mentioned bird technology as being part of the C3 experiment, since she has observed what she believes actually to be feathers.

I have to say that Sabrina comes over as convincing, although it is of course possible that she is genuinely mistaken, in that the feathers have come from environmental surroundings, e.g. a pillow, or they are not bona fide feathers, but fibers that look like feathers.

If she is correct, i.e. if feathers are growing on her in the manner described, this has never, ever, ever happened before within the field of human medicine.

There is no natural disease process that would lead to this.

Therefore, do not put your eggs into one basket, but do not allow Tam tam to be insulted or falsely accused on this site either.

You do not have to believe everything that he says. I personally believe him to be sincere and truthful, but that is of course my choice. You should not be guided by me. I am not a scientist. Everyone has to make up their own minds, or keep their minds open.

If any of you, while awaiting a name of a doctor in your area from Mary at the Morgellon's Research Foundation, feels a little adrift, then you would not wish any potential source of truth or help to be stopped.

That is not the same thing as saying you have to believe everything. Tam tam is not diagnosing over the internet. He is only trying to help, and is telling you to go to your doctor. Good advice.
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Postby London » Fri Apr 07, 2006 7:44 pm

Hi Cilla,

Sabrina is most defenite the feathers came from the inside of her body. I have heard her speak of this numerous times. Of course, she
needs to be the one to tell you that, I totally understand.

I just wanted to give you the heads up on that incase you're off investigating before she post you. I have seen tiny ones exit
others back before myself- but they were very small.

Anyway, I am for sure I have witnessed this myself if that is any help to you.

You mentioned you had never heard of anything like that happening naturally. (please excuse if that was not the sentence-verbatim)

So, I was wondering if you might know ( or anyone ) might know
if indeed a GModified agent is tested, do the results show up totally the opposite from the natural ones?


So many people have repeatedly been tested for parasites even when they knew for a fact the specimen was infected w/ them, yet

most all test always show Negative readings. How can this be?

Can anyone help answer this?

Thanks a lot!!!


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Postby in_the_uk » Fri Apr 07, 2006 9:05 pm

London wrote:
So, I was wondering if you might know ( or anyone ) might know
if indeed a GModified agent is tested, do the results show up totally the opposite from the natural ones?

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London,

Cilla will probably know such things better than I do but off the top of my head I would imagine that different parasites require different tests and so it is necassary to know which ball park to be in before the test is ordered. For instance, using an analagy, a test for metallic substances would be to use a magnet, however, magnets won't detect aluminium, but aluminium is a metal and it will be missed by the magnet test. Does that follow?

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