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Re: massage the morgellons out
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Published: 16 years ago
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Re: massage the morgellons out

I have to go to work and am running behind, but I am still here. Is there any chance that carbon fibers are in morg.? Any chance that they use the carbon in our bodies to grow or replicate? If one is very thin, it may mean that their body isn't able to use carbon for building cells, which is a main use of carbon. If a body isn't good at using carbon to build, there would be excess carbon left over and floating around in the blood stream. That would be a very good source for the morg. If "they" didn't figure that out yet, I hope they don't read this. But I'm sure they have. What color is charcoal? What color are your filaments? Do you have floaters in your vision? Does oatmeal bother you?

Whoops, have to go.

B Btta

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