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my little bastids don't move


I don't know what you are seeing when you get a spit sample..
but the critters in the tap water are non motile..they
don't move on their own. I try harrassing them with..
stuff..but they don't respond in any way that I can see.
They may be "dying" but there is no wiggling..movement..
they are as mobile as bookends. There is probably some
chemotaxis when they are ultra small..glacially slow
movement in response to a chemical signal..from others
of their kind. They do seem to like to cluster
together. The tiny
transparent fragments in morg lesions and urine gather
themselves together..slowly. Millions of microscopic
particles in "dusty" urine..become a nebula..a cluster
ball. Particles in a lesion raft together and form a
plastic like 'fake skin'.

Typical harrassment of a water critter

https://www.curezone.org/upload/_M_Forums/Morgellons/FHW/SORT_test/watercritter_in_mms16sep10.jpg

..it's sitting
in a few drops of undiluted Miracle-Mineral-Supplement /activator. Soaking in
chlorine dioxide..that's the source of the faint yellow
tinge. No response whatsoever. It's internal machinery
may be being torn up by oxygen ions..but it does not
seem to have the capacity for self movement.

Whacking these things with Black-Walnut would most likely
have no greater effect than any of the other savage treatment I've dished out. {I'd try it..but I'm temporarily
out of Black-Walnut tincture.]
 

 
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