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Re: identify pictures please


Uff, thanks so much for so much information, I'll have to process it...

In the meantime I found this:

Morgellons is an infection! It is an opportunistic pathogen to Humans, Animals, Plants and insects (becoming a ‘vector’ introduced infection). It is ASPERGILLUS FLAVUS 36. This fungus was mass produced by Genetically-Modified-Organisms as a bio controll (nonaflatoxin)organism because it out competes and replaces ASPERGILLUS FLAVUS (which contains Aflatoxin) Aflatoxin contamination is controlled by CDC and results in needed Crop
destruction and revenue loss. Aspergillus Flavus 36 was dropped by air in a “colonized degermed wheat seed” application over most of our farm land to eradicate the normal, but costly, Aflatoxic Aspergillus Flavus, soil organism. The soil replacement organism, A.Flavus 36, was used extensivly with Genetically-Modified-Organisms BT Toxin crops. (BT COTTON} These crops are genetically altered by adding the DNA of the toxin in Agrobacterias. This BT TOXIN DNA then became assymulated from the BT Plants into the aggressive A. FLAVUS 36 Fungus. This has resulted in a progressive loss of normal soil into a disbiotic pathogenic soil by this Rouge Genetically altered and mutagenic bio control “BT Aspergillus Flavus 36” fungal organism. Now causing colonization infection in Humans, called MORGELLONS.
 

 
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