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Jfinn
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Does anyone recognize the parasites in these microscopic images?

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ukhos83m32pimo8/AADlXSgPG7W0SWsMerrn3HqDa?dl=0

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I don't but perhaps a dark field microscopy expert could pinpoint give you some answers. There are some things in all of us from chemtrails...that's another thing to consider.
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The long tendrils with right angles in your first image look like Morgellons tendrils (I also have seen these things in my blood, but I thought they were filarial worms).
The hexagram shaped blood cell looks like one manifestation of Morgellons that people have noticed (I have not seen these hexagrams in my blood, though), but I also have seen those smaller rod shaped things in my blood...

The irregular blobs with sharp "heads" and trailing "tails" in your 7th image look like Morgellons-- either that, or they may be small biofilm colonies.

There are 4 major hypotheses regarding morgellons:

--It is believed to be a parasite.
--It is believed to be caused by a cattle spirochete (see Sapi)
--It is believed to be a parasitic fungus. The threads or filaments are hyphae and the black and while specs are sporangia.
--It is a man made, genetically modified organism composed of protozoa, fungus and spirochete DNA


One scientist found that the fluorescent properties of Morgellons were found to come from a soluble substance that contained proteins from some very unusual organisms:

--a protein found in cow's milk [casein alpha S1];
--a biofilm forming bacteria found in sub-tropical water and soil [chromobacterium violaceum];
--a parasitic protozoa that causes East Coast Fever, usually transmitted through ticks [theileria prava];
--a rod shaped bacteria that is mobile by moving its flagellum and has been studied extensively in laboratories because of its unusual metabolism [azoarcus]; and
--a bacteria associated with fermentation that like salinity [leuconostoc mesenteroides]

(Note: Parvaquone (an antimalarial drug) is used to treat East Coast Fever in cattle. Carvacrol from oregano oil inhibits c. violaceum biofilm formation..)

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Thank you for your imut! I do have Morgellons and a confirmed diagnosis of Funneliformis mosseae. I go to Wahington DC to see Dr J, and I have been seeing him since last November. I hate to see my blood look this bad still! I am trying to see if I find any other confections in my blood. I will definitely research the additional information you have me. Thank you!
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The NP in DC knows a lot about Morgellon's if you need more help.

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Do you mean NP GS? I was on her protocal, and it didn't work for me. The protocol that I am following now has a very specific pulsing protocol which seems to be working. It is also addressing the funneliformis mossaea, and the massive amounts of biofilm it creates.
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Yes. Could you PM me with info on that? I have a friend who has Morgellon's.

Thanks!

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