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Protrusion of the breathing tube of the larva...from the twilight zone?

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Protrusion of the breathing tube of the larva...from the twilight zone?

Hi. I've been on Curezone for years, but not on the Health Forums (I know nothing about health or medical stuff). I don't have morgellons, but I would visit this forum once in a while and EVERYBODY always claimed that they had tried EVERYTHING, EVERYTHING, but I don't know if anyone ever tried "Acid/alkaline pH balance". Somebody on another forum recently said they have Morgellons and claimed that BAKING SODA is helpful with the pH balance for their Morgellons. But that's really not why I'm writing this.

Last year, I suggested that the fibers were breathing apparatus for the invading organisms (I don't know if anybody ever made a habit of shaving off the fibers from their skin). People tried many random experimental applications and found that Vaseline produces a soothing feeling and that Vicks Vapo Rub is good. They made videos of the fibers, they looked at the fibers in their microscopes, wrote letters and got a private organization to investigate, but nobody seemed to take me seriously about the breathing tubes (maybe they thought I was watching too many Science fiction films).

Maggot flies are more common in some parts of the world than others, but they can be very common in some parts of the U.S. especially with cattle, soil, contaminated water or food.

When you go to this wikipedia article, press CTRL F (control F), enter MOVEMENT UNDER THE SKIN, then press enter (then, the text will be highlighted).

When you go to the squidoo page, press CTRL F, enter PROTRUSION OF THE BREATHING TUBE, then press enter.

Yes, these parasites do need to breathe. I don't know why nobody ever thought that parasites that remain at the skin surface are there because they need to breathe,......common sense is that you should restrict their air supply (people would apply Vaseline on top of the fibers, but I think that evaporates when spread thin,....not that anybody understood at all why Vaseline is soothing). Nobody ever seemed to diagnose this as "MYIASIS" (specifically CUTANEOUS MYIASIS???).'s%20Myiasis%20Page.htm

I have suggested that FOOD GRADE diatomaceous earth should be helpful. It can be used for cleansing, fertilizer, and even for household pests (slugs, roaches, etc.) and it addresses a problem that other body cleansing substances don't (it supplies many trace minerals that have been FLUSHED OUT).

Only use FOOD GRADE mixed with food or water (mix with dog food too...HEALTHY for pets and cattle too), but be aware that you shouldn't INHALE the powder or let it seep into streams/lakes (it will kill the fish). Look it up on wikipedia and understand how to use it safely.

I've also suggested that Manuka Honey might be helpful (all honeys have antibacterial properties, but "Manuka" is special from New Zealand).


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