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Postby Poison » Wed Feb 15, 2006 4:39 pm

I'm writing the same thing here too: Save your impostant info/suggestions.
We are planning to leave just the original thread. This is too much. Thank you.
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Postby leah1973 » Wed Feb 15, 2006 4:40 pm

HELLO ALL

I HAD A VERY BAD DAY AND IT TURNED OUT TO BE THE MOST PRODUCTIVE YET, ALL AT THE SAME TIME...

I DON'T KNOW HOW MANY OF YOU ARE WILLING TO CONSIDER THIS WHAT I AM ABOUT TO SAY, BUT I ACTUALLY FOUND A SPECIMEN AND IT IS NOT SPRING TAIL... IT'S AN ADULT FEMALE WHIP WORM. NOW THE UNIVERSE MAKES SENSE TO ME. THE INTENSE ITCHING HAS ALWAYS BEEN WORSE NEAR AND DURING THE FULL MOON. AS DIFFICULT AS IT IS TO ADMIT, I HAVE THE PROOF ON AN AVERY LABEL WHICH WAS THE ONLY THING I HAD HANDY AT THE TIME. CALLING ALL CARS HERE. :!: :shock: :D
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Postby Skytroll » Wed Feb 15, 2006 5:33 pm

Schreeeeeeeeeeeeeech.

Wow, How do you know that is what it is?

DON"T lose it. Your best bet would be to have a vet look at it. I have wondered about those things, but, did you find it on your skin?

Don't leave it with anyone, that was my problem when I found what looked like a strongyloid. They threw it away.

Put in a jar. There is something about that ruled that out for me though, let me look and see what I have.

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Postby standby » Wed Feb 15, 2006 5:33 pm

However we have been unable to erradicate them with the usual pesticides.
even malathion did not work. we are stumped.


(edit[/quote] Lynne please be careful. I know people become desperate and just want "IT" gone but pesticde use has only made things much worse for sufferers. Check out an 'MSDS'
sheet for malathion. Take care

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Wow

Postby southcity » Thu Feb 16, 2006 1:17 am

Ken Ramos wrote:There were lots of fungal hyphae where these springtails were found. Your condition may be a fungal infection. I would be calling on a Mycologist instead of a regular physician. It seems you may be beating the wrong bush. But what do I know. :) OBTW, I own the copyrights to those images!


that is a really good picture!!! do you have any more? can you tell us where you found it?


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Postby Poison » Thu Feb 16, 2006 6:37 pm

I'm leaving this-for now- for you to discuss as this topic seems more active than the others.
And I repeat: Save your info if you want to post again.
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Postby Linn » Thu Feb 16, 2006 6:50 pm

OK
the other topic will be deleted.
Here is Cliffs post:

: fiber flukes

Hello Cliff:
I'll be brief. I remember reading you were working on a protocol to get the callus to break down for flukes' hooks to let go.
is it working? can you share yet?

God Bless
-R

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Greetings, R:

Yes, we are having some success with attacking the pseudo-callus. The neutralization of this primary defense perimeter is of utmost importance. We are currently experimenting with a chemical compound that appears to have strong solvent properties and attacks the bonds holding the callus across its entire matrix.

As is the propensity of this rather bizarre organism, it mimics many normal human biological functions and system responses.

This annoying and misleading proclivity is one that I have documented often in nearly all my posts on the subject.

The Morgellon's life form(s) does the job of bio-function imitation so well that it is often nearly impossible for the unwary or inexperienced eye to detect the fraud. Often many are medical professionals find themselves baffled as a result.

Hence, the callus displays the underside "hooks" that mimic what are known as karatotic plugs, (also common in Lupus and in "impacted" calluses")

Protected beneath the shield of the "callus" is often found a very unusual class of large microbe. This particular creature has yet to be fully identified but suffice to say that it is highly aerobic and hence susceptible to the attack of compounds such as H2o2. (Hydrogen Peroxide)

However, the peroxide cannot do its job if it is blocked from contact with the (catalase) positive bacteria.

Therefore the removal or neutralization of the callus is a high priority. The compounds we have been experimenting with at this point in time appear to contain unspecified proportions of the following two prime ingredients, both of which can be hazardous.

These compounds, (as best as we can determine at this point) appear to be Trichloroethylene and/or Perchloroethylene. (*Special thanks to Dr. R. Wymore for his invaluable assistance on this-CM)

The mass and chlorine content of those two compounds are too similar for general un-specialized chemistry skills to tell apart.

Now, here is where things get interesting... This compound is suspended in a what is known as an "amphipathic" formulation!

Most things are hydrophobic or hydrophilic. ("Approx." water soluble or non soluble)

However, some substances are amphipathic. This means that part of the molecule is hydrophobic and part of it is hydrophilic.

(*)Cell membranes are formed out of amphipathic molecules. Lipids are
hydrophobic & phosphates are hydrophilic. Join them to make
phospholipids and you have created an amphipathic molecule. The phospholipid bi-layer of all known cells are amphipathic. The hydrophobic lipid tails shield each other in the middle of the membrane & the phospho-heads on the inside & outside of the cell are in a nice watery environment. Many petroleum products have these amphipathic properties. (*Wymore)

The application of the above described compound has proven to quickly loosen the tension bonds of the lipids forming an important part of the protective shield of the callus. The callus then floats free of the skin and can be removed with no substantial effort. This then briefly allows the penetration of substances such as H202 and allows them to attack and destroy the otherwise secure bacilli.

We are continuing our work in this area and hope to be able to further define what appears to be a highly unusual set of symbiotic social relationships at work beneath this odd pseudo callus structure.

Regards:

-CliffMickelson

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Postby London » Thu Feb 16, 2006 7:26 pm

Dear BEEN THERE,

Do you still read this forum/strand? I got it!- Would love to converse with you. Please pm me asap if you happen to see this.
I would sincerely appreciate it!

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Postby Poison » Thu Feb 16, 2006 7:42 pm

Linn wrote:OK
the other topic will be deleted.


This will be deleted too. There will be only 1 thread at the end.
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Postby yyz » Thu Feb 16, 2006 8:58 pm

Poison,

The disease is complex enough to warrant several discussion threads.

That shouldn't be too much to ask considering topics such as cheese sandwiches, mcdonalds, and help me with my homework questions are allowed to flourish here.

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Postby Linn » Thu Feb 16, 2006 9:43 pm

Poison wrote:
Linn wrote:OK
the other topic will be deleted.


This will be deleted too. There will be only 1 thread at the end.


see, comprendo :)
I know dear, that this is temp.
Just wanted it here for now. Its going to take you a while to read all the ###_at__at_&&** at the other thread :(
I will again repost it
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Postby RANDY » Fri Feb 17, 2006 1:10 am

bREAKING IT DOWN FOR US SIMPLE FOLKS:

I JUST LOOKED UP WHAT HE WAS TALKING ABOUT. THE CURE FOR THIS DISEASE AS HE SEES IT ARE THINGS THAT CAN NOT BE APPLIED TO HUMAN SKIN DUE TO THE CARCINAGEOUS ( IS THAT WA WORD OR DID I MAKE THAT UP?) NATURE OF THE INGREDIENTS.

HE IS STATING THAT THE GROWTH OF PHONY SKIN CAN BE REMOVED BY THIS STUFF WE CAN NOT USE AND THAT THE UNDER LAYER BOTH ATTRACTS AND DISTRACTS FLUIDS THUS MAKING SOME THINGS LIKE PEROXIDE USELESS UNLESS THE COATING IS REMOVED.

SQUARE ONE...NOT SAYING TOO MUCH REALLY..BUT THAT IS JUST MY OPINON SO NO HATE MAIL PLEASE.

THAT IS HOW I AM UNDERSTANDING IT. THIS IS NOT A CURE OR IS IT A DIAGNOSIS...I JUST WANT TO SEE IF I AM UNDERSTANDING HIM.

COWABUNGA WHITE OUT AND DRY CLEANING! (THAT IS A JOKE IF YOU READ THE STUFF BELOW .)




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Hydrophile, from the Greek (hydros) "water" and φιλια (philia) "friendship," refers to a physical property of a molecule that can transiently bond with water (H2O) through hydrogen bonding. This is thermodynamically favorable, and makes these molecules soluble not only in water, but also in other polar solvents.

A hydrophilic molecule or portion of a molecule is one that is typically charge-polarized and capable of hydrogen bonding, enabling it to dissolve more readily in water than in oil or other hydrophobic solvents. Hydrophilic and hydrophobic molecules are also known as polar molecules and nonpolar molecules, respectively.





Definition: Literally - water fearing, from the Greek hydro - "water" and phobo - "fear".


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The hydrophobic effect is the entropy driven force that causes oil to separate from water. It is notoriously strong, though not as strong as covalent forces. This force is one of the main determinants of the structure of globular protein molecues, since the hydrophilic (water loving) parts of the molecule tend to surround the hydrophobic parts that cluster in the center, away from the aqueous (polar) solvent.


An amphipathic (a.k.a. amphiphilic) molecule contains both hydrophobic and hydrophilic groups. The hydrophobic group can be a long carbon chain, with the form: CH3(CH2)n, with 4 < n < 16. The hydrophilic group falls into one of the following categories:

Ionic Molecules
Anionic. Examples are:
fatty acids: RCO2-Na+;
sulfates: RSO4-Na+;
sulfonates: RSO3-Na+.
Cationic. Examples:
amines (NH3+
Amphiphilic Molecules. Examples are phospholipids, one of the main constituents of biological membranes: they insulate the cells from the surrounding medium. Non-Ionic Molecules. A small polymer is grafted onto a hydrophobic segment.
Block Copolymers
Floation additives

What is trichloroethylene?
Trichloroethylene (TCE) is a nonflammable, colorless liquid with a somewhat sweet odor and a sweet, burning taste. It is used mainly as a solvent to remove grease from metal parts, but it is also an ingredient in adhesives, paint removers, typewriter correction fluids, and spot removers.

Trichloroethylene is not thought to occur naturally in the environment. However, it has been found in underground water sources and many surface waters as a result of the manufacture, use, and disposal of the chemical.

perchoroethylene is used for drycleaning and can cause skin irritations, fatigue, dermatological problems.



COMMENTS ANYONE? ANYONE WANT TO SIMPLIFY IT DOWN A NOTCH MORE? THANKS!
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