Cures for Morgellon's Disease?
Morgellon's Disease was named by one woman who wanted to give a name to her son's symptoms. She named it after an ancient disease where black hairs came out of the skin.
However, the Morgellon's disease of today is a totally new disease. The fibers are red, blue, white and other colors.
These fibers DON'T BURN AT 1400 DEGREES F!!.
We now know that Morgellon's disease is caused by some kind of nanotechnology. The fibers are grown by miniature machines. Maybe they escaped from some laboratory. You can learn all about this from this interview
Here is a photograph of "Goldenhead", one of the machines that make the fibers:
Naming Morgellon's after an ancient disease makes people dismiss it's importance as a disease that is cause by modern technology. Therefore I suggest that the name be changed to -
I found this cure for Morgellon's Disease (Nanomorg Disease) on the net.
Possible Cure for Morgellon's Disease (Nanomorg Disease) No. 1
Have a Bath with Sun powdered laundry detergent with Colorsafe Bleach PLUS Alfalfa tablets.
These seem to combine to produce something that is lethal to the machines. This cure for Morgellon's disease was discovered by accident.
Read this wonderful testimonial from the person who discovered this cure:
Okay, so that is not good news. I am still trying to contact Valerie. But if it worked for one person, this is something really worth trying out.
Here is the original post: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Morgellons/message/2543
Maybe we should all try this bath, even if we think we don't have Nanomorg Disease, just in case we have a low level infection.
I had already hypothesized, before reading Valerie's experience above, that maybe Morgellon's disease is spready partly by swimming pools. That is, by something from an infected person passing into the water and later to another person. I did this after noting that most sufferers occur in California, Texas and Florida. Yes, I know that they also have large populations which affects the chances of them getting more sufferers, but so do the north eastern states. What do these three states have in common? Lots of SWIMMING POOLS.
I muscle tested that Morgellon's disease can, in fact, be spread via swimming pools. And that the chlorine in public pools does not kill the creatures. I muscle tested that for some reason the ocean is safe (so far).
Valerie's experience in the above post backs up this hypothesis.
Since coming to this conclusion, I have not gone in a single public pool, which has been very hard since we live in Florida and have also visited a few hotels when it was hot and the pool sure looked inviting - until one thinks of things swimming in it which can cause a lifetime of itching / crawling sensations,, pain and suffering.
Possible Cure for Morgellon's Disease (Nanomorg Disease) No. 2
Now that we know that the fibers are MACHINES, one should ask, how does one kill a machine? The answer is, with electricity! Short them out.
There are two ways that you could do this. The first is to use a Hulda Clark zapper. Instructions on how to build one are described in her book "The cure for all diseases". Or search on ebay.com.
Possible Cure for Morgellon's Disease (Nanomorg Disease) No. 3
The other way, which I would certainly try if I had Morgellon's, is to grab an electric fence. In Australia, there is an 'incurable' disease called Ross River Fever. I read a report of how two farmers who had this disease both fell on an electric fence by accident, and in both cases were healed of Ross River Fever.
Possible Cure for Morgellon's Disease (Nanomorg Disease) No. 4
The other way to kill the nanotechnology could well be chelation, which means using EDTA to remove harmful metals from the body. It is highly likely that these machines are using metal in some form or other. Chelation is good for anyone to try, since most of us have heavy metals in our bodies. The cheapest and most effective form of chelation is by suppository.
Please email me if you try any of these and tell me what results you get. Please take photos of before and after if possible.
Please spread this information far and wide. It would be appreciated if you added a link to http://www.relfe.com
UPDATE 1: I am trying to get in contact iwth Valerie.
UPDATE 2: One reader wrote to me when readers said they couldn't locate Sun laundry detergent:
Stephanie Relfe B.Sc.