Scientists are reporting new parasite discovery, called "rope parasite" it is thought to be a precursor of worm, starts as a gelatinous mass and grows over a number of years to become "rope" like, many people expel these during a cleanse....
Alex A. Volinsky, Ph.D a*, Nikolai V. Gubarev, Ph.D b, Galina M. Orlovskaya, RN-C c, Elena V.
Marchenko, M.D., Ph.D d
a Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of South Florida, Tampa FL 33620, USA b Occupational Safety Ltd. (OOO “Bezopasnost Truda”), 32 ul. Koli Tomchaka, suite 14, St. Petersburg 196084, Russia
c Department of Surgery, St. Petersburg City Hospital No. 15, 4 Avangard St., St. Petersburg 198205, Russia
d Currently no affiliation, Formerly research volunteer at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute, 12902 USF Magnolia Drive, Tampa FL 33612, USA
Oh man!! I have numerous images of "rope" looking parasites that I never posted because I thought people would just cry B.S. They do look like rope or hairy fungal threads... They aren't as chaotic as morgellons fibrous "threads", but have more of a "design" or form to them... They even look like they're braided with knots(or nodes). Different colors too...Also none of mine came from intestinal, but from the skin or lesion.
I have to go through back photo files now... These pics aren't that good but here's a couple that surfaced when using the parasite paste. At first they looked worm-like, but looked more thread/rope-like as they dried out:
I've been trying to research this very thing and here's one comparison image I found on the internet of a type of fungus called prototrichia, braiding itself and becoming ropelike:
I ~know~ where these "rope"/thread/string/filament/fibril thingys came from, but heck if I know what they are! I've been scouring the internet for information for months. Then I read the article stating that the "rope" parasites can be over a meter long with smaller stages residing most anywhere in the body. I thought maybe I'd found a match, so went ahead and posted the pics.
The article had no photos, so the internet comparison picture was the closest I could possibly get for making a halfway sensible comparison. If fungus is doing this at microscopic levels then it makes sense that it would at a more macro level. These are not that big, only about 3/4 inch.
Scientists are just now discovering "rope" parasites, so what else have they NOT discovered?
[quote] NOT a parasite. The picture you've posted is obviously a photomicrograph and shows something that is very very very small.
..if something is small..it can't be a parasite?
..the Plasmodium species that cause malaria..
are not parasites..because they are small enough
to develop inside the red blood cells?
..not a parasite after all.
.....well..that is certainly good news.
No doubt millions of people being destroyed
by malaria will be elated to
[according to your definition..]
they are not afflicted by a parasite...it's.."too small".
...and if "small things can't be parasites"..well..
what will you call them..when obviously they
are living inside a host..growing..and multiplying..
as parasites do.
Perhaps we should call them "delusions"...that seems
to be a popular path among "medical doctors".
Forget the antimalarial drugs..what these patients need
is a stout dose of mind altering drugs.
A few hundred milligrams of "Damitall" and they'll
be skipping out of the malaria ward whistling
"zippity doo da"!