Instead of it being fungal though, I'm still saying parasitic.
Look at the way the brown/black parts dry up.
BTW, mine are preserved in only water, not alcohol, and are still good.
The substance these segmented chain like things are hiding in is made up of some type of bodily fluids/minerals I believe.
The organisms slowly form it themselves, allowing protection and nourishment.
The funny thing is, these photos are all over http://www.lymephotos.com
and numerous other places...I have lyme and found these....a lot of others that have it find them too.
Ok, now, Dr. Alan MacDonald discovered that the lyme disease bacteria Borrelia are sometimes found to form what is called a "String Of Pearls".
This string of pearls, is similar to the appearance of these organisms, and the coincidence of lyme and these being found is all too common to me.
Borrelia String of Pearls: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H29IBRlFn-M
HERE you guys go, learn about borrelia.
Forward to 34 Min, 35 Sec and you will find the lyme form, string of pearls, talked about for well over 10 minutes.
I myself in my opinion can rule out candida, or anything else. Definitely parasitic.
They move so well also in water, like an alien life form. The black segmented worms float like they should be swimming. Just weird.
They remind me of this. http://youtu.be/yfPg_kcFyZA
They move just like that. I just think its advanced borrelia, OR a totally different BUT related infection such as a nematode that works symbiotically with the borrelia.
Its one of the two. I'm just glad I have my proof and still have em saved!
Now, if you watch the long video I sent you, you will see Borrelia is the ONLY life form on the planet that forms a "String Of Pearls" inside human blood or body. Go listen.
Thanks for all of those photos CLEW!
Borrelia is complex. Cyst, Cell wall deficient, Spirochete, Non spirochete, string of pearls, it has many forms. More of an organism/ parasite
rather than a bacteria.