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jpsmom
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Hi, has anyone experienced a sort of electrical sensation? It usually is when I am asleep or trying to sleep, also does anyone believe that these spiros are more active during a full moon? God bless us all :-)
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Yep-like I was holding onto an electric fence and couldn't let go! Nerve cell damage per my MD. Made worse by alcohol, hot baths, and viruses. Ick
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joysie
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I used to have "electric shocks" that shot through my body when I was falling asleep. They were frightening and flooded my system with adrenalin over and over. Thankfully, they were one of my first symptoms to resolve.
Take care
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GiGi
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Parasites holding huge amounts of toxic metals are very active at full moon - replicating. They get many of the nutrients that were meant for you.

First thing Dr. K. does is work on parasite elimination, at least the ones that are not supposed to be there. We are holding many others that need to be there. He calls them "the knights in shining armor".

If you search here, you will find more posts on the subject.

Take care.

Take care.

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