morgellons disease can mimic MS

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Postby Johnson » Sun Mar 21, 2010 12:59 am

Morgellon's is terrifying - in that it is bizarre, and there is so little known about it. My understanding is that it is a nano-technology (uses silica, carbon, etc., in the host body to replicate). There is a lot about chemtrails, barium, etc., and it verges into territory that exposes one to ridicule, cries of "conspiracy theorist", etc. I regret to say that, if it is indeed some kind on nano-technology, I am not aware of any solution. It would require another N-T to dismantle the mechanism. The only thing that I can think of beyond that is Vit. B3 (start with a lower dose on empty stomach, and increase as you can stand the "flush". Do your own research for dosage, I'm unclear at this moment, and in my location), or altering body chemistry in some way (but that would likely be counter-intuitive to homeostasis). I have read a lot about Morgellon's (curiosity drives me), but my brain fog hinders me right now. I'm sorry.

Beware of vaccines, as nano-technology is now being employed in them. The N-T binds, cuts, and splices your DNA, and is not a good idea, IMHO.

This is all on the surface of a large, deep pool, that requires a lot of research, and a suspension of disbelief.

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Postby shye » Sun Jun 13, 2010 8:16 am

ran across this article that further expounds on Morgellons:
http://www.voltairenet.org/article165822.html
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Morgellans Some Answers

Postby Clarissa » Mon Aug 02, 2010 9:59 am

Many theories abound about this problem.
Found some more info taking some of the
guesswork out of this for those who are looking.

Here's a place for more answers

www.thecureformorgellans.webs.com


Always believed that things are more simple than everyone tries to
make them. This site seems to really simplify things.
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