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Intestinal lesions would explain a lot..


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Studying the stack of pics from tonights 'scope session..
it strikes me that perhaps the "gel sheets" and gel clusters are the intestinal equivalent to a skin lesion scab..
albeit without the lesion..[most of the time]



Fibers are forever launching from the intestinal gel
clusters, just as they do from skin scabs.
The intestinal plaques appear to be put together "one particle brick at a time"..just like the skin scabs.

It does appear to be the same phenomena. Only the lesions
are missing.
....or are they?
A lesion of the gut wall would be very hard to find
without a colonoscopy.
If the mOrg particles are ripping up the gut lumen in the
same manner as they destroy skin, the lesion would allow
the particles to enter the blood. They ARE getting into the blood, I've seen them hundreds of times in blood and lesion fluid samples...to say nothing of the daily particle
count in the urine. And of course once they exit the blood
system by jumping to the skin surface via a follicle capillary..they busy themselves making another "scab"...
and growing fibers.

Just like they do in the gut. A repeating cycle.
The mOrg cycle of "life". The gift that keeps on giving.

? who built this thing anyway?
It appears to have the immune system totally outfoxed!

 

 
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