- The nematode I believe is an enteropathogenic biocontrol
species which has been genetically modified to be of very small size. The
Steinernema riobravis is one genetically modified species used today in
the USA for cotton. Many species are used already all over our country
as well as the world. The way it works is: agriculturalists (since the
late 80s) release millions of these tiny biocontrol worms into the soil
of crops (in particular citrus, cotton and corn), into golf course turfs,
gardens, etc., etc. to parasitize and kill off other "pest" insects.
Unfortunately, there is no guarantee that these nematodes would stop at
insects, when warm-blooded hosts may be readily available. (There are absolutely
NO controls by our government regulating either the testing, distribution
or application of these creatures!)
- The worms each contain a unique type of bacterium (which
they themselves are immune to, and this bacteria has been genetically "enhanced"
to make them more lethal) and is the deadly element released once the worm
invades the larger insect host. The bacterium could explain the bizarre
formation of fibers and other amorphisms in the skin of the host. Obviously
the clothing or textile (raw cotton or processed cloth) is not being sanitized
and getting into garments which are distributed through our country (USA).
In Columbia, they treat crops with dioxin, and some crops have been exposed
to paraquat via the drug cartel wars which may have modified the organism.
And many clothing manufacturers use Columbia for a source of cotton. And
numerous other chemical treatments are used on crops there. Also many third
world countries lack the stringent sterilizing elements found in the US
methods. Enteropathogenic nematodes are used by ALL countries that produce
- However the shape of this parasite appears more like
the filarial Nematode species. This has to be a cross between several species
it behaves like a silk worm, and demonstrates Scabies or spider like tendencies..
and it is producing some chemical particles from my skin and hair also
there is a bacterial element and that bacterial could be genetically altered
bacteria which works with the nematode, as they do have symbiotic relationships
- It is possible that the primary damage or core of this
disease is bacterial, although I do not believe it is Lymes disease, as
is sometimes supposed. Obviously, if bacterial, then the vector of it becomes
secondary in importance. In this case, a microscopic nematode, which may
itself have been vectored by a small species of screw worm fly found throughout
our the Midwest and Eastern coast. One or more of these insects carried
with it a new form of genetically modified, heat-resistant bacteria, capable
of producing fiber. Please don't misunderstand, I am not suggesting that
this is bio-terrorism. On the contrary, that these types of bacterial strains
may have been produced with our own government's consent and even involvement
for the purposes of research and development.
- Second, the bacteria involved in this disease do not
consist of one but multiple strains, depending on their source of origin.
Thus, while all those experiencing this disease present with certain symptoms
which are common to all, many individuals manifest symptom variations which
are quite different from those of others. There exists such a diversity
in the commonality, because the bacteria that one person or group received
are slightly different from the bacteria another received, although they
are designed to produce similar end results.
- Third, the bacterial strains have been engineered for
the purposes of creating raw materials biologically, especially fibers
which will be used in creating new textile markets. These bacteria have
been extensively engineered and tested over the last ten years by a plethora
of companies (DuPont, Honywell, Nexia, etc.) including the U.S. Army, using
both plant and mammal tissue as a medium to verify their ability to produce
these materials. Many failures were reported and the inadequate bacterial
strains were "discarded."
- Fourth, these bacterial strains have been disposed of
indiscriminately, with improper safety protocols, much as were the many
toxic wastes of the last generation's industries. This is because there
are no effective safety measures in place within our government or any
others (of which we are aware). Instead, the public is told that these
types of research and products are absolutely environmentally friendly,
since they are not "toxic" but purely biological. It is alarming
to think how easily the mutant bacterial strains could spread to different
vectors once outside the laboratory. NOTE: I am not implying that such
leakage would be intentional, but merely accidental based on lax protocols.
- Finally, the bacteria which produce fibers can do so
inside the skin as well as outside it, as long as there are available proteins
for it to use. The "fiber balls" that are seen so often with
the disease are in fact produced by the bacteria (not nematodes, or any
other invertebrate species), using the proteins from skin, hair, cloth,
etc. The bacteria themselves are quite infective, being able to invade
the skin, and are felt as "itchy, stinging" sensations on the
skin when they enter. When they are multiplying and (often) rapidly producing
fibers, they can be felt as "tingling" or "crawling"
sensations, on or under the skin.
- NOTE: Now as we know, the bacterial spores infest clothing
readily, and are quite heat resistant, a factor to which everyone with
these fiber balls in their laundry can testify! (We must bake our clothes
for 13 hours at 250 degrees to finally kill all the spores or boil 30 minutes
& cool 30 minutes 3x in a row.) This heat resistance is yet another
verification that the bacteria have been genetically modified. As you may
know, before the 1960s, it was commonly held in scientific circles that
even the hardiest bacteria could not withstand lengthy temperatures of
over 160 degrees. This notion was completely shaken when Thomas D. Brock
of the University of Wisconsin-Madison began to study bacterial strains
in the hot springs of Yellowstone which actually thrived and reproduced
at near-boiling temperatures! Sometime in the seventies and at least by
the eighties, the high heat genes in these bacteria began to be spliced
by scientists into other bacteria (Bt bacterium used in GMO corn or cotton,
for instance) and other organisms, enabling them to become far more heat
resistant. Even naturally occurring pathogenic nematodes used in crop control
are now being infected (in the laboratories) with heat resistant bacteria
to make them more "effective" in killing their hosts.
- Additional thoughts and care of body:
- 1) In the wound which can be open.. or a pimple that
appears closed, but spews out parasites... the rye bread shaped seed or
opaque or red parasite moves throughout the exterior of the body. It drops
down and clings, or very slowly moves on the skin. This is the tinkling
sensation you feel of them moving, but see nothing in the area. When there
is no wound there.. they are there, and possibly the worms are in clusters
in the vicinity. Removing it in the area, stops the sensation right away,
obviously, but it ALSO CLEANS THE AREA.
- I believe this type of worm carries the eggs too, and
can also sting you, and morphs in several shapes in it's growth. It is
initially a completely clear transparent worm, which I could see once due
to the backdrop being a white sink with a tiny bit of water. As it grows,
it's color is more readily seen as white.
- 2) If the wound is open.. you can clean out some laying
in the wound growing there.. or many!!! And the other type is the male,
which I believe likes to do the digging in the wound with his horned head.
So therefore the others must be the female which assume the long strand
- 2) If you put on clothes.. since the female nematode
is perhaps a cotton one.. it's genetic coding kicks in.. and it instantly
tries to lay and egg there, hence you feel the activity. Where ever you
feel scratchiness is where on your body, the female worm is invisibly layered
on the skin. If you feel pain, chances are an egg in the clothes is hatching
and boring down into your skin in a new area.
- So, if you clean up your body of all the areas.. which
my be your entire body of the external worms, when you put clothes on,
they will logically not get re-infected with larvae. And only get re-infected
in the place where you still have traces of the larvae left after laundering.
- The female worm can lay on an object and as you touch
it shoot a dart into you.. the dart may or may not be some kind of bacterial
antigen it uses to try to paralyze you.. but you are not an insect, and
the dose is way too small. The reason again you do not see it readily,
it that is has a transparent color initially.
- Now for the sci-fi part... The Microbiologist claims
the white squiggly stuff, or worms that are white and sometimes clear,
- a) This suggests perhaps - the sample immediately decomposes
upon exit and only a chemical remains.. or
- b) The parasite is hidden in all tests because it is
a bio-chemical weapon - and a chemical is not screened out in a parasite
- Thereby making most physicians dubious that you have
anything in your system. My research today, may explore that possibility
and how it can be done..
- c) The female clear parasite worm externally is not a
female at all... it is a bacterium which the nematode traps in the nest
and collects the bacterium from. And if this is the cotton nematode, that
bacterium is genetically and chemically engineered. Which would explain
why the infection is so great and hard to get rid of... it would also explain
the patterns of white on the furnishings and pipes. Those could be bacterium
instead of fungi in patterns.
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