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  1. wobble

    LYME disease

    Lyme spirochetes may be answer to Morgellons mystery – vets make the connection in cattle disease research December 7, 2011 Article: Filament formation associated with spirochetal infection: A comparative approach to Morgellons disease – Source: Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology, Nov 2011 By MJ Middelveen, RB Stricker Abstract: Bovine digital dermatitis is an emerging infectious disease that causes lameness, decreased milk production, and weight loss in livestock. Proliferative stages of bovine digital dermatitis demonstrate keratin filament formation in skin above the hooves in affected animals. <snip> While the etiology of Morgellons disease is unknown, there is serological and clinical evidence linking this phenomenon to Lyme borreliosis [borrelia burgdorferi] and coinfecting tick-borne agents. http://www.prohealth.com/library/showarticle.cfm?libid=16691
  2. Out of curiosity, I did a few searches on some of the names and found very little on Dal Bosco. But "Ray C. Dam" brought up a wiki page, which led me to a link for the OITC homepage. It is a really strange site - for example, the "history" page says stuff like this: "So as to protect the assets, as well as protecting Dr. Ray C. Dam (International Treasury Controller), together with all other persons involved, full International Protection and Immunity under Full Jacket Security Level 3 - 5 was applied, attested and affirmed under the Great Seal of America (No: 632-258894) on behalf of the International Community, together and conjointly with Sovereign Entity Status under the United Nations." http://www.unoitc.org/History.html And check out the bottom of that same page - it list the International Treaties very openly.
  3. They may be over-prescribed by doctors, but I wonder if prescribed use may pale in comparison to the use of it in feed additives to chickens and the cattle factories. I have read that over half of all antibiotic use in the U.S. is in livestock. Also - when I visited Mexico, I noticed that antibiotics are sold in the drugstores freely, like aspirin. They are on the shelves for anyone to buy. WTH? I suspect the people here in the USA may be being "guilted" that it is all our fault for taking too many prescription antibiotics, when that aspect of the problem may be only a drop in the bucket. (?) In particular, doxycycline and tetracycline appears to combat many of the emerging zoonotic diseases quickly and cheaply, yet in my experience they are very hard to obtain for people in dire need of them who do not have an established healthcare relationship with a doctor. For example, the tick-borne diseases need to be promptly treated, but often aren't, leading to years of torment that is often labeled as rheumatoid arthritis, MS, etc. Sometimes death can result.
  4. wobble

    LYME disease

    My very healthy daughter became suddenly, gravely ill from what was eventually diagnosed as ehrlichiosis. At the time, though, nobody could figure out what was wrong. She started out with a high fever and headache, and soon her legs became cramped and crippled. She was in severe pain. She also developed pin-prick spots on her legs. She could not walk at all, and was admitted to the hospital. They thought she had - lupus, or rheumatoid arthritis, but tests negated that. Her blood count showed severe and worsening thrombocytopenia and elevated liver enzymes. She had vasculitis, and her toes were starting to discolor. Basically, an infectious disease disease doc IV'd her with many different antibiotics, until vancomycin finally worked, and the thrombocytopenia started to reverse. (I think without antibiotics, she may have died.) After she was released, her regular doc put her on a course of doxycycline - as a precaution, and tested her for lymes related diseases. Ehrlichiosis came back positive. Strange thing is, she lived in a big city at the time, and remembers no ticks at all, but she does remember a flea bite, right where a large, black, quarter-sized welt appeared on her shin. This scared the heck out of me, as it happened over-night. From reading about the zoonotic diseases, I think it pays to keep a supply of doxycycline on hand if at all possible.
  5. I enjoy his stuff, too. Check the thread: "Notes from an "alternate universe": September 29 - October 28. (Do you know what happened at Farpoint Station?)" He seems quite "Seth"-based to me.
  6. Don't forget High Fructose Corn Syrup: http://www.princeton.edu/main/news/archive/S26/91/22K07/ This stuff does not occur in nature, and when they snuck it into our foods in the 80's, people got fat. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Usda_sweeteners.svg
  7. wobble

    General weirdness (share stories)

    Here's an odd little dream occurrence - The night of 10/1, I was having a regular dream, when suddenly this "emergency interruption" thing happened (like a tv emergency notification) - it was like "we interrupt this dream to bring you the following" and my whole vision screen became an official document. It was quite lucid, and the document had USAF and a seal at the top and read to the effect that the mission was successful, and the third and final satellite has now been deactivated. I took it that this was a good thing, and that now the illusion would be lifted and many things would start to be seen that were always there, but hidden. I was quite excited, and I woke up and actually went to the window and looked out, to see if I noticed anything different. (no - not yet, anyway!)
  8. Hi Bob - Great line of thought here. Been pondering that myself recently, as I read one of the Walter Russell books. His take on abandoned desire is more like surrender of my (ego) desire to Thy (higher power) desire rather than the abolishment of desire. He sees error in pure detachment (ie retreating to a cave to end desire). His take on it is to allow higher power to work through you every second, constantly - ie "Thy will be done." So the many desire becomes basically one desire, which is to allow All-That-Is to live through you. Thoughts?
  9. wobble

    Excellent Interview

    "Dr. Greer and Dr. Ted Loder discuss NASA's future and what is really going on with the termination of the shuttle program. What is known, and by whom, of projects so much further advanced than what NASA shows the public. Why are these advances kept from the public and what are the implications?" I really enjoyed this interview, especially the parts about the "non-local". No time, no space. Just mind.
  10. Hi Bolly, DMSO is a solvent and is used as a liniment in veterinary medicine. It is a byproduct from tree pulp, I believe. Its solvent properties make it extremely penetrable through the skin, and it takes other elements in right along with it. (That is why I used it with the baking soda) It is sold as a solvent, and is not FDA approved. It is quite cheap to buy on the internet. There is a lot on the web about it when you do a search. It is something you need to research before you decide to try it for a condition. I guess people use it for quite a few things - arthritis, in particular. Actually, it might be interesting to start a thread on the alternative health section about it, if anyone has more info about its uses or has tried it. (Suggestion here that this thread be moved to the new health section)
  11. wobble

    Mouth care

    Yep - My mother-in-law told me, when I was in my 20's, that she never used that "new fangled toothpaste stuff". She just used baking soda. I thought at the time that this was so old-fashioned corny. She died in her late 70's with EVERY tooth in her mouth, and NO cavities, ever. Wish I had listened to her then! (I do now - Sure helped me, after I started having dental grief.)
  12. A little personal anecdote - I had a small, very dark flat mole that I just did not like. It was just too dark. It appeared about 5 years ago. I had learned about DMSO, and how it transports substances into cells, so I did an experiment and made a paste of DMSO and sodium bicarbonate and applied it on the spot. I did this each morning, and would scrub it with a washcloth each night. On the third day, I noticed black on the washcloth, and it was the mole dissolving. Soon the whole thing dissolved, and was gone! It was so easy, and it stayed away. None of the skin around it was affected. I am glad it is gone.
  13. Just watched this series which incorporates much of the info into a cohesive whole.
  14. The Vigil (The Sea) http://www.myspace.com/janesiberryofficial/music/songs/the-vigil-37562998
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