[toward bottom of page; look for pic of paper plate
with "silicone goo" pile on it]
order the soaps..and did the test.
rubbing the soaps on the skin did indeed result in
"rubber" particles..I scraped them all together into
a dirty "rubber" ball..heavily contaminated with bits
of skin and "morg trash".
ok..but is what I am seeing being generated in the skin..
or by a reaction between the two "soaps"?
mixing roughly equal amounts of both "soaps" unto a
glass plate..then mixing them results in..
pink rubber goo.
um...I thought the "goo" was a result of "silicone" being
removed from ths skin? No skin involved here..just..
ok..this is...rather disturbing.
If the soaps are making the rubbery pink goo..
why are there claims being made that the "goo" is "silicone
being removed from the skin?"
are the morg folks being subjected to a "magic trick"?
..slight of hand...[oh come on..like no one will every
mix the products and find out?]
**perhaps the "pink goo" can remove silicone from skin.
However, that is NOT what is being stated in the
description of the test:
(note from author: When i first walked into Dr. Staninger's clinic she took me into the bathroom. She used the two soaps below and rubbed them into my lesions.(wait..does that sound ok? ha ha) Anyway, Lo and behold all this gooey material oozed out from the lesions. She said "see that is silicone..that is nanotechnology" and i said "oh my g-d". That is when i realized i wasn't dealing with a parasite.")