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Postby RANDY » Tue Jul 18, 2006 6:33 pm

Thank you everyone. I had that in my heart and sould and it had to come out. Anyone can use it any way they want to. It does not really belong to me..it really belongs to all of us. Print or place it anywhere you want. You do not even have to attach my name to it.

I do find it funny how Cilla did not mention a word of it and just made a competition between the letter and Tam.

I think Cilla is working against us and with Tam. But that is for you all to decide as my letter clearly states.

They are trying to make us look crazy by telling us to do things like spread a crazy video that makes no sense around and say we have a mutated butterfly in us causing the fibers. You all know my stance. I think he is a fraud and so does Canalon and all the other scientist I have shown the video to..but you all decide.

Cilla and Tam..I am not in competition with you. You both do not have this and I do.

I have no idea why you have an interest or why you care or why you made a bogus video or who you got your slide show from if you do not know anyone who has that but do what you may and spread your disinformation..I will not help you do it. That is just me folks.....we are all adults here.


Love to all....

Thanks again for the kind words.

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Postby RANDY » Tue Jul 18, 2006 6:36 pm

BTW: Cathy is a long time sufferer and someone that helped me in the beginning. I have not heard from her in a while. Cathy if you are out there..Larry placed us on the phone together once...give me a call. I think about you often.

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Postby hartuk » Wed Jul 19, 2006 2:00 am

Hello All,

Forgive me if this is old news, and changing the subject, but I have never seen a relationship between bedbugs and Trypansoma Cruzi described before.

"Members of the insect order Hemiptera include
bedbugs, which are vectors for the transmission of
Trypanosoma cruzi, the infective agent for Chagas’
disease"

600 pages of military dermatology.
http://www.fas.org/irp/doddir/milmed/milderm.pdf

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Postby J Jill » Wed Jul 19, 2006 12:28 pm

hartuk,

Good find- that bedbugs vector T cruzi-

I took a spin on Google and found this:

Excerpt:

Chagas' disease is primarily an infection of children and young adults living in mud huts in rural areas. T cruzi is transmitted by several species of reduviid bugs (especially triatomes) and has been found in some bedbugs and ticks.
end excerpt

http://tmcr.usuhs.mil/tmcr/chapter4/epidemiology.htm


Opens up some possibilities I would say- those same ticks that vector Lyme disease, for instance, could also vector T cruzi?

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Postby London » Wed Jul 19, 2006 7:49 pm

JJill,

Hi, I can tell you and Hartuk something that would make your interest in bedbugs even more interesting. I will not post it here because I do not

want to appear loony, as I await to hear from Cliff, Greema or South
but I will tell you that you could do your searches of this topic and add

that Cilia Rosales (???) name to it. Sorry, can't think of her name off hand, but if you go a couple of pages back (5 or 6, or hit on my name and my post) you could find it that way. She is from South America

and has done an in depth study on this.

Hope this helps you.

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Postby damien james » Thu Jul 20, 2006 1:29 am

The local free paper here in Dallas ran a huge story on Morgellons that was centerpiece of paper this week. You can read it here

It is 6 pages I think.
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Postby London » Thu Jul 20, 2006 2:02 am

Thanks D.James! Yeah, I got one earlier today but hav yet to read it..

but I loved the title: The Plague!!!!! love that name. A better one would have been: 'THE MAN-MADE PLAGUE".

ps: I did not know you lived in Dallas!
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Postby London » Thu Jul 20, 2006 11:00 am

Hey, although I'm not going to post what I had wanted to share with you guys about some new stuff I just recently found ( hyperlinks and all ) I will just give you the
heads up about it. I said when this disease came to me and my home
last August, I found in one of my bathrooms, these 13 amoebae looking
objects strewn across my bath mirror. They were anywhere from an inch
to 3 inches in width.

Anyway, come to find out, that is what they were....amoebae! Also, as I believe I told this to sweet Cilla before, but will repeat here. I had 4 or 5 of these red, quartersize octopus/ starfish looking things on my carpet.

These too, are the amoebae. Apparently they relate to the Dicty's (which is a type of mold, I think) and they do the quarom sensing dance that TamTam taught us about.

Well, these ameobaes are what the microorganisms/ bacteria are in.
I did have a water leak in this particular bathroom. also, not two weeks had passed where I had my head and entire upper body in my other bathroom ceiling trying to plug a leak until my new A/C drip pan could be put on. Again, my A/C is up in the ceiling and it is commercial size. Also important, I think is the fact that it runs on a chilled water loop system, meaning that there is a cooling tower where the water is stored.

Maybe it is the aerosoled water droplets that I inhaled that either brought on my Morgellons, i.e. made it go into full blown Morgellons.

But check out the amoebae, I think you will find it interesting as a pathenogen....

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number of bacteria that grow only within amoebae and are closely related phylogenetically to Legionella species, Legionella-like amoebal pathogens
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Postby London » Thu Jul 20, 2006 11:54 am

Okay, I won't even bother to post all those hyperlinks I mentioned above
(they were about our water systems and how bad the pesticides have made them) but I will give you this......it goes with the

pathenogens I was speaking about in my last post....from Legionella species-
to Chlamydia pneumonia.....here you go:


Also, this is where the Pseudomonas aeruginosa will somehow be tied in....with the amoebea......and I think that this is where we will see
the Biofilms and protozoa also tie in.....

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/EID/vol8no6/01-0210.htm

also: Free-living amoebae are a diverse group of ubiquitous unicellular organisms, some of which cause severe central nervous system infections and keratitis. However, the focus of research has shifted from the direct pathogenic effects of free-living amoebae towards their role as carriers of pathogenic bacteria. Large outbreaks of legionellosis with numerous fatal cases, both in hospitals and in the community, appear to be the visible tip of the iceberg of complex relationships between amoebae and bacteria in biofilms. The recognition of amoebae as reservoirs and vehicles for bacterial spread leads us to public health issues such as the development of pathogenicity, antibiotic resistance, quality of public water supplies, housing standards, sanitation and decontamination measures. In this review we discuss bacterial infections of free-living amoebae from both a "biological" and general "infection control" point of view
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Postby Cilla » Thu Jul 20, 2006 12:10 pm

Hi All,

Don't know what letter you mean.

Dr Amin had academically and professionally verified research published, in which he stated that he found a live lepidoptera caterpillar breeding on a woman's scalp lesions, alongside other insects, (some immature), and among unidentifiable fibers. The patients' 'brain fog' all improved when, inter alia, the unidentifiable fibers were removed.

All I am saying is that there is objective scientific evidence to corroborate various things that Tam tam has maintained.

In saying this, I am surely adopting a scientific method?

I am not saying that you all have this. You would need to be examined by a doctor specialising in this kind of thing.

You do need to think about what you may or may not have prior perhaps to engaging in an expensive consultation.

Ergo, dig deeper among the research in this field. There is such a thing as a parasitologist who specialises in human disease and treatment.
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Postby London » Thu Jul 20, 2006 12:28 pm

Hi Cilla, I did not take your post that way...but that is not why I am writing to you....I've been doing a little bit of reading (but not enough) on the Ozone treatments that 1 arrow spoke about.

Do you have an opinion on those? They sound wonderful to me, but I have no idea...

Anyway, TamTam told me that they were no good for our illness. But to be correct, I don't think he specifically said Ozone, in which I asked him, but said alternative treatments...

What do you think or know about this? I'm only wanting to to know about Ozone....thanks!
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Postby hartuk » Thu Jul 20, 2006 2:12 pm

Hi London,

Good to have you back on form.
Thanks for the link.
As I mentioned before, I have tested positive for Chlamidia Pneumoniae, and up to 90% of the global population have been exposed it seems.
It is the only Chlamidia not sexually transmitted and is carried by many bird species.
Pigeons included.
I read also that Weils Disease is caused by a Spirochete. It is present in Rat urine, and these Rodents urinate as they walk around.
I wonder too about Sqirrels, which are rodents have now been officially declared as "Pests" here in London....

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