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jamescase20
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As I sit here, toxic to the bone surely, with ozone gas pumping into my ears to push new lyme hatchlings out of my red cells into plasma so my frontline plus can fry them...I sit here extremelly peeved off.

My TX is working dont get me wrong...I managed to kill off almost any CWD or hatchling or bart at least the ones swimming from doing massive like 8 hours mild hbot several days ago, only to find, and I fully expected it, new hatchlings just a day or 2 later. This is crazy.

NOT BART, not other pathogens, but freaking lyme disease.

I tell you what, (and I am no texan) these lyme are man made I swear they MUST be.

I WILL kill them with ozone...but its insane to think they can survive like this. I dought I could even count on 2 hands my protocal, yet, somehow...lyme hatchlings STILL hatch...by the minute. Even bart is held down firm...adult lymes...dead...yet these lyme hatchlings persist...no wonder we cant get well.

I litterally have proven...that lyme hatchlings are virtually fully resistent to just about anything...except for a few things...oxygen. And ozone is a form of it, but its also a free radical...but it converts to oxygen and water.

Oh, and MMS seems to also kill, not directly but by the immune cells spitting its poisonous chorine dixoide at the bugs....Mr humble was right...the immune spitting cells suck up MMS and then use it to spit at the pathogens as it sees them....I know, I see on MMS my blood jumps every 30 seconds...and stumbled across the cells doing the spitting a while ago...THIS also kills the hatchlings or CWD or whatever you wanna call these evil invaders.

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I cant stop tx or I will fully tank...within hours!

I am so discouraged.

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Wow James...that is not good.


I thought bart was harder to dismantle then Lyme, I'm all confused.


Throw potential Babs into the mix and my circuits are fried.


I want to say thank you for all the testing you do. Please be careful, though.

I'd hate cancer or heart to get you first.


Hugs,


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To the naysayers figuring I will die from overdosing...I am doing a FULL panel to check my body tommrrow. I will get the doctor to order it. I dought very much I will find any numbers out of wack...I had so severe of disease that I dought any drug can knock me down....u have no idea how many pathogens where in my blood. I had at least 2 doctors tell me from seeing the video of my blood b4 tx tell me they where suprised I was still alive.
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I dont think we really know for sure. But I THINK that the, actually, I witnessed this, I watched what I would coin "hatchlings" emerge from cysts, not full keets but actual CWD lyme actually emerge from cysts. and yes, I do think if I was a more early infecter...I could deal with a slow road waiting for the cysts to finally all hatch out...but with my infection load being so severe, I just dont have that option.

I will talk to doc tommrrow.

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My case was so bad not only am I experimenting on myself, but so is the doctors.
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no, I will recover, I am going to get though this, even my duck who just looked at my blood said...you where 10 out of 10 before treatment, today, she said I was 6 out of 10...clearly alot of progress. Its just very frustruting that I have to suffer like this though the herx phase, which you know how horrible is.
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Um, infection load like um, 1000s of hatchlings inside each red cell every 5 days seem to occur. Try to picture that.
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james,

I am not a naysayer....I just worry.

Actually, I believe you will stumble upon something awesome. But like Lorrenzos oil, it may be too late or too damaging.


Just use caution, I don't doubt your efforts.

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Dear James,

I am stunned.

Truly.

Love,

Cass A

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James,

This is very interesting. I see two important points -

First, you see that oxygen kills the lyme hatchlings when many drugs don't. (This is probably why heat and exercise seems to help, and
why Dr. Burrescano strongly recommends weight lifting to put oxygen in your muscles.

Second, you also suspect that the hatchlilngs come from the cyst form, which could be why the good LLMD's require you to take a cyst buster. My kids are being treated for babesia and Dr. J keeps my kids on Mepron even if the babesia is resistant to it because he says that the Mepron kills the cyst form of lyme.

Thanks for your info!

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James, will you test LED devices and electromagnetic rife devices?

And though you may not believe in it, will you test homeopathic nosodes?

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I tested led light on the smears before no response...but it maybe the immune system that works to kill with led.

Rife seems to "effect" them, but I cant say more.

I do think rife has some validity. I picture rife breaking up clumps of blood cells, just that would by itself validate using it.

I am not taking dead lyme bugs. u pay for it..sure.

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Wow James... I can't think on it too long because it blows my fragile mind (1000s of hatchings coming out of ONE cell???)

So... I am not understanding... how come you can't just keep doing what you are doing waiting to get all the cysts? The adults are dying off.. all that is left are the cysts that hatch the thousands.. can't you continue your treatment until the cysts have all hatched and killed the lyme hatchings?

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And for the feeble minded like me.. how on earth are you getting the ozone gas? And getting it into your system???
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James, most bacteria don't reproduce the way you propose.

There are no baby organisms in either asexual or sexual binary bacterial reproduction.

No thousands of hatchlings coming out of one cell.

Just what are you seeing?

[ 03-08-2009, 12:01 PM: Message edited by: lymeric ]

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Actually, there is alot unknown here man. Remind you of that.

I just found a local doctor and shared my info with him about frontline and revoltion, told him the whole story.

He wants to try it!

Anyway, he experienced this "lyme hatchling" occur himself while viewing live blood.

What seems to happen is instead of a full keet exiting from a cyst...you witness a black dot emerge from the cyst...and you can see each cyst has 100s or 1000s of tiny black holes sort of speak on the outside. You witness tiny hovering black dots (I coin hatchlings) emerge from the cyst form.

I believe theres a cyst form and a SEED POD and the hatchlings emerge from these pods.

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This really is a common thing BTW, there cysts alright but there also seed pods too.

Other bacteria use this way...it makes basic bacterial sense amoung the scientific circles.

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Whatever you want to call it, I watched tiny cwd lyme exit cysts. Baby, hatchling, CWD newborn...etc I dont care about nomenclature.
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There's a fairly good description of spirochete reproduction here:

lyme-rage.info

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James, they saw this with syphilis--but I think the kete itself not the cyst--in the 1950's. It was described like a dog shaking rain or water off its coat. Hundreds of seeds/spores.

LOL about the nosodes--okay.
What rife devices did you test?
There's a very sophisticated device, more than Rife really, in Europe.

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ozone gas pumping into your ears?


This could have some major risks.


-- please be very careful.


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I think he means ear insufflation--this is a common technique.
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Putting anything into the ears has risks.

Beyond the force and increased activity in the ears, ozone can set off a process of oxidization, creating even more problems for very delicate inner and middle ear tissue and even the bone architecture.


Once compromised, our ears can make torture of even the most simple tasks such as walking, thinking, speaking. Once damaged, repair is often impossible.


From Harvard Medical School:

www.intelihealth.com/IH/ihtPrint/WSIHW000/8513/34968/358849.html?d=dmtContent&hide=t&k=basePrint

Excerpt:

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Blowing ozone into the ear (insufflation) may damage the eardrum . . . .


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Good info. Then again, James is gonna do what James is gonna do... [Smile]
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James, are you still going to the naturapath doctor where I had my blood microscopy done? She just wasn't all that knowledgeable. I had several lyme blebs that were spilled from cysts, too. The microscopy was insightful, but I'm not sure she interpreted them correctly.

Also, were you buying abx over the internet? If so, they may not have been so pure.

Also, do you have an exotic animals that you keep that may be infected? You may have to give them to a zoo or sanctuary so you don't get reinfected.


However, I am getting relief, albeit slowly, from Dr. C, a Lyme specialist in Springfield, Mo. I travel from Chicagoland to see him a few times a year.

There are no shortcuts in this disease. I think you need to see a good LLMD, and get professional treatment.

IMO,
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Awesome James that you are actually seeing the hatchlings....do you think this is this the "budding" process which is well documented?

btw, there is good documentation in engineering journals of use of DC and AC em fields for disrupting biofilms(engineering problem in almost any aqueous system). So I have stepped up my rifing when am on abx. Also the em fields increase the effectiveness of abx against bacteria.

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