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Re: VIDEO of the Cottonballs With Legs UNDER SCOPE. by Ten1988 ..... Parasites Support Forum (Alt Med)

Date:   1/3/2014 8:45:53 PM ( 7 years ago ago)
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No, My LLMD just said it looks parasitic.

My belief though, is even if the LLMD knew that this is lyme related he wouldnt tell me, because then I wouldn't have to see him anymore because I know a way to kill these things.

What I use to kill them worked the very first night. The Salt/C protocol takes a while to get them out, although I do like the protocol.

Some LLMD's are in it for the $$, they take straight cash and treat with long term Antibiotics ...

Lyme goes further more than a bacterial infection, it lives symbiotically with filaria's and nematodes.

Here is a good lyme article.

http://www.envita.com/lyme-disease/finally-critical-obstacles-in-lyme-disease...



but look, you see others with these...I'll post a couple good ones.

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_G6IliCMl5tc/TOCbm8y_1EI/AAAAAAAABWE/A0h_W5bRNvE/s16...



http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_G6IliCMl5tc/TOCbmf6fTKI/AAAAAAAABV0/E0WOykE5E9Q/s16...



http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_G6IliCMl5tc/TOCbm8y_1EI/AAAAAAAABWE/A0h_W5bRNvE/s16...



The borrelia colony looks similar to these things...

VIDEO of Borrelia Biofilm Colony: http://youtu.be/yfPg_kcFyZA



It is either mutated over grown borrelia, or some type of nematode infestation living symbiotically with the borrelia.

When thinking about Lyme Disease, One must think outside standard thinking...or outside the box.

I myself do believe the lyme "bacteria", are rather a parasitic organism, and are capable of a sexual as well as sexual reproduction.

I believe over time the colony of the lyme organisms are capable of mutating to very small "macroscopic" organisms inside the GI, forming these creatures I pictured.

Meanwhile, the blood stream is still infected, and the bacteria are also in the CSF and have crossed the BBB.

Then, they are living symbiotically with these overbrown nematodes and such, and thats what makes it so complex.

http://www.empirestatelymediseaseassociation.org/filaria/nematode_spirochete_...






They leach the hosts foods/minerals and use fibrin to form the yellow protective coating, and the colony lives in there somewhere in the GI/Liver/Gall Bladder Region.


 

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