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Postby London » Tue Apr 18, 2006 2:39 am

I'm just passing this along; I did not write it, just found it on some forum site? Hey, what's the Morgellons blog web address????


Hey Lynne, I bet you did not think I could swim that far huh? You see, the secret is that I have webbed hands and feet.......But there is not a thing in the world wrong with me but my hair and this Morgellons Monster.

Hey who's the idiot that posted that blog anyway....I need to go back and read it. I only skimmed it the other day.....

I might just need to send that person over to my Homey's in Bornea....
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that post here:

ERPT FROM 2002 CHEMTRAILS OVER AMERICA: lookupabove.tripod.com/ch.../id11.html

Polymer fibers are being found in various locations subsequent to observed incidence of aerosol discharge by subsonic aircraft. Research and development of polymer fibers is identified and described in Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, DARPA, documents. Other polymer fiber types are mentioned in other government and military documents.

TYPES OF FIBERS OR FILAMENTS FOUND BLOWING IN THE ATMOSPHERE WE BREATHE

It is better to call them filaments rather than fibers because they are distinctly not fibrous under a microscope. They look translucent, flattened, and as if they have been extruded, not woven. They have barbs (thorn-like protrusions) every so often as if the designer or manufacturer wanted them to stick one to another or to something else.

FIBERS / FILAMENTS WE ARE BREATHING

1) Long, invisible under normal circumstances, micro-filaments (1/4-1/2" long, 1/3 diameter of human hair) that glow bright blue under ultra-violet light. These are very responsive to a human fingertip. Could be reacting to the micro air currents or could be electro-active.

2) Short, invisible under normal circumstances, micro-filaments (1/2-1 mm long, 1/3 diameter of human hair) that glow bright blue under ultra-violet light. Could perhaps be fragments of #1.

3) Short, invisible under normal circumstances, micro-filaments (1/2-1 mm long, 1/3 diameter of human hair) that glow bright orange under ultra-violet light.

4) Short bi-colored, invisible under normal circumstances, micro-filaments (1/2-1 mm long, 1/3 diameter of human hair) that glow different colors under ultra-violet light. Part may be orange, part may be blue, or blue and green.

5) Web strands that are similar to those seen coming out of the sky in 8'-40' (?) lengths. Pieces of this material becomes non-visible as soon as they leave the suns direct coronal area, they are impossible to catch directly, so must be found draped on bushes, cars, etc
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Open Letter from Dr. Wymore

Postby standby » Tue Apr 18, 2006 2:48 am

LymeBusters - Open Letter
http://lymebusters.proboards39.com/inde ... 1145324324

The Author requested this be shared here.
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Postby denis » Tue Apr 18, 2006 2:56 am

i have this horrid disease and believe it was given to me by some military types living in the apartment above me.....i have just discovered this thread.....we need to get together.....what is this survey?? i think Morgellons Foundation is in on it...they are always promising results but never deliver......what can i do to help??

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Postby Linn » Tue Apr 18, 2006 2:57 am

OK my neighborhood is all quiet for the moment. :x

standby, thank you muchos!

London: here's for you:

BTW what were you doing peeking in that man's window? :lol:

http://www.bigfootsounds.com/call911.asp
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Postby Linn » Tue Apr 18, 2006 3:04 am

[quote="denis"]i have this horrid disease and believe it was given to me by some military types living in the apartment above me.....i have just discovered this thread.....we need to get together.....what is this survey?? i think Morgellons Foundation is in on it...they are always promising results but never deliver......what can i do to help??

Hello

welcome to our nightmare denis
stick with us
we will fill you in bit by bit
the link is from standby above :)
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Postby denis » Tue Apr 18, 2006 3:08 am

thanks Lynne..........it is good to find this...i already feel better...........my life has been hellish for 2 years now.....i will try to add positive things.....what locations are you guys mainly from....i am in mid-west of USA.....

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Postby Linn » Tue Apr 18, 2006 3:13 am

denis wrote:thanks Lynne..........it is good to find this...i already feel better...........my life has been hellish for 2 years now.....i will try to add positive things.....what locations are you guys mainly from....i am in mid-west of USA.....

denis


denis, I am from Massachusetts USA, there is a few here from the UK.
and others from around the US

Denis the lopen letter is very significant so I
am going to read it now. all eyes are on that to be sure.

hang in there, it does feel good to find you are not alone :)

regards, Lynne
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Postby Linn » Tue Apr 18, 2006 3:56 am

I can "feel" the moments of silence.
I actualy have tears in my eyes to
read the statement from Dr. wymore.

and I think I will sleep a bit better tonight.
Thank You Dr. Wymore for your caring for us
and to take the time to write that,
It means so much to us.

Lets rest our minds tonight every one :)
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Postby John Kern » Tue Apr 18, 2006 4:17 am

Linn wrote:OK I got booted, and I cant find the survey I had book marked
the survey by someone named Alex, is in a link provided by yetagain, i had just cpied that and got booted, page 94 of this thread, How do you go there with search? doesnt work or I am doing something wrong.


Thanks Lynne.

To go to a particular page, just enter:

about1958-????.html

But replace the ???? with 12 times (page number - 1)

So for page 94, it's 12*93, or 1116, so
http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/about1958-1116.html

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Postby Linn » Tue Apr 18, 2006 4:21 am

thanx John
and walla:

yetagain posted:
http://home.comcast.net/~usp-db/index.htm
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Postby London » Tue Apr 18, 2006 4:52 am

I'd like to say thanks too.

Thanks to Standby for posting it here and also for Dr.Wymore for sharing it (finally). I am proud of him for the volunteer work and also feel

better since he explained it so succintly (sp?); I'm telling ya I feel a lot better......

Thank God someone alerted them and they came thru- was not that hard afterall and I believe every one will be pleased!!!


Can no one give me the web address to that idiot blogger person....or what page it was on in this forum?

Thanks.

PS Lynne, that was my Mom in that photo; not me......we do look alike though, huh?
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