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Re: Clean fibers are...clean.
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Published: 8 years ago
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Re: Clean fibers are...clean.


A nurse in Florida told me about the tea tree/alcohol and you are right your skin will produce plastic, mine came off in huge chunks. Here's what I'm not understanding though, I saved some of the plastic pieces and after four months went to get them to show someone and they had dissolved...can you explain this?

Is it possible that someone has taken molecules from metals and spliced them into the DNA of mold spores, bacteria, fungus?

I've had several strange occurences during the coarse of battling Morgellons that really don't make sense at all to me.


I think the oddity in how this functions is due to the metal aspect to all this. Try using catalysts for different metals like aluminum, silver, barium, strontium. I just tried a new zapping approach, hope I don't activate more problems but I used a frequency for silver and I thought my head was going to explode from the pressure. As I zapped three more rounds the sensation got intense across my face and eyes, then moved down my spine and into my arms and legs. I have never felt this type of reation from zapping before and the the hard granules that have been horrible in my ears, eyes and nose were gone, however, in the last few days they have returned. Then again they are chem trailing heavily this week again. Also combined the metals zap with a heavy duty parasite frequency. Not sure if I felt better due to no chem trailing for a few days or because of the zapping; need more time to experiment with it.

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