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Brand New Cloth Textiles Loaded With Strongyloide Parasites!


Recently I purchased a few new items and discovered that they were absolutely covered with what appears to be not only species of strongyloides, but other types of cysts and worms as well.

These photos are samples lifted with packing tape from a new pair of jeans and 2 sets of sheets that were STILL SEALED in the package!

"Because strongyloidiasis is transmittable by textiles, such as bedclothes and clothing, care must be taken never to use hotel bed sheets in endemic areas."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strongyloides_stercoralis



Red, white and blue coiling nematode:

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Here it looks like a red male strongyloide copulatory bursa grabbing onto a mate?

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These next 2 pics are comparison internet images of strongyloide male copulatory bursa:

//www.curezone.org/upload/_M_Forums/Morgellons/download1.jpg


//www.curezone.org/upload/_M_Forums/Morgellons/0stertagia2.jpg


More strongyloide copulation?

//www.curezone.org/upload/_M_Forums/Morgellons/065.jpg


//www.curezone.org/upload/_M_Forums/Morgellons/0661.jpg


Internet comparison of bursa:

//www.curezone.org/upload/_M_Forums/Morgellons/nematodes_19_638.jpg



This worm is segmented:

//www.curezone.org/upload/_M_Forums/Morgellons/146.jpg

I compared it to this internet pic of a dog tapeworm:

//www.curezone.org/upload/_M_Forums/Morgellons/te1.jpg



Anybody recognize what these are?

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//www.curezone.org/upload/_M_Forums/Morgellons/091.jpg


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//www.curezone.org/upload/_M_Forums/Morgellons/1173.jpg


You can see clearly this worm is in a sheath, alongside one of the "black hair" worms:

//www.curezone.org/upload/_M_Forums/Morgellons/130.jpg


This isn't even close to what all there was...
Wow, how can this much stuff infest brand new items??
 

 
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