posted on Apr, 13 2010 @ 11:53 PM
You can spend hours and hours tending to painful lesions every day. It feels like plastic or glass coming out of your skin. In fact, I have been
SHOCKED at what has come from some of my deep lesions - and all I have is a magnifying glass. There are all the usual fibers and gristle-like things,
and then there are red jello-looking globs which almost look like blood clots but are obviously not.
Going out in public has turned into a nightmare. Even in the heat of the summer, I have to wear long sleeve shirts and bundle up so as not to scare
people. Morgellons can send your body heat zooming in moments...but we still have to cover ourselves in public. The whole disease is mentally
overwhelming...it is anything but just a 'skin condition'.
Perhaps the most devastating of all is the HELPLESSNESS...the complete failure the medical establishment has put upon us. I believe this is the first
disease in history where the patients have had to resort to buying their own lab equipment to prove that the DOCTOR is the crazy one and not the
patient. We pray every day the medical community will awaken to the fact that this is REAL and spreading and that they could be next. This affliction
does not discriminate...everyone is at risk.
Morgellons is infectious or transferrable at close contact. Over the years (14), we have infected other family members including my husband's
daughter. Her first-born was premature and almost died and we expect any time now the child's health is going to turn for the worse.
This disease takes time to replicate in your body, but over time you soon become too sick to work and soon after that, it becomes difficult to even do
the things just to keep going. Morgellons could come to cripple the entire nation and I see it being far worse than AIDS in 20 years. This is a FAMILY
disease. Not only are you infected, but in time the whole family becomes sick - including the pets. We have infected 4 dogs and 1 African Grey parrot.
Two of the dogs and the parrot are dead.
Tunes, our Great Dane, came from dedicated breeders...all "show dog" in the blood line and a completely healthy background. At age 5, he became very
sick and our vet said it was heart worms - and he underwent that serious heart worm treatment that can kill dogs. Tunes made it through...even though
he hacked and coughed and was sick for some time. A year later, a woman approached us at the beach (we lived 10 minutes from the Gulf of Mexico) and
asked if we were interested in breeding him - he was a big boy at 220 and big-boned. The mother was also a healthy Great Dane and carried the
subequent litter which yielded 6 puppies. But then the mother became sick, and several puppies died, including one we had gifted to friends that died
within weeks of coming home. The Vet, again, said it was heartworms. We believe it was Morgellons that caused the whole mess.
Henderson, our Blood Hound, was only 1 and 1/2 when he became sick. Coughing mostly, the vet diagnosed him with with 'Dilated Cardiomyopathy'. His
condition went down hill and before he reached 2, we had to put him down. It was VERY SAD. This disease took him fast...he might have been weak to
begin with, we're not sure, but it took him down in no time at all. He was still a puppy if you ask me.
Within six months of bringing the African Grey parrot into our home...she had plucked out every feather she could reach. She looked ready for the stew
pot, and then died. We asked countless BIRD PEOPLE what was going wrong and even attended a bird show in Galveston looking for help. Some said it was
her diet, others that she was lonely. Nothing ever made sense to us. She was gifted to us from Steve's dad who had owned her for many years. Sammie
had been pretty much alone...and had the same diet we were feeding her - fresh fruit, seeds and bird treats/goodies. In fact, she had more activity in
our home than any time at his dad's, so it wasn't the lonely theory, either. Now, however, it all makes sense to me. Poor Samantha we just didn't
Beardsley, the second of our three bloodhounds, will be 10 in January. He has been sick for years now...rashes and sores, coughing, grit and discharge
come out of his eyes, his ears need cleaning daily, and his head overheats at times just like ours do. He was also diagnosed with 'Dilated
Cardiomyopathy' and placed on heart medication. Note that all these pets are from different breeders and all came from respectable people dedicated
to their litters and healthy puppies. Beardsly even shows signs of obsessive-compulsive disorder sometimes - like just baying over and over at his
ball until you nearly lose your mind...and either play with him or hide the ball somewhere.
AnnaBelle, our last bloodhound is 5, and started showing signs of Morgellons a couple of years ago...licking and picking at her privates more than she
should and viciously biting at her forearms and forelegs and paws. There are times she is so obsessed with her biting you can't distract her. She
also gets the gritty, sticky discharge coming from her eyes, and her ears need attention every other day. And, again, like Steve and I, and Beardsley,
she also becomes overheated very quickly and exhibits an extremely hot head.
The only good thing (counting our blessings) is that not one of our little friends ever lost their appetite, they always ate well. However, as much as
I love animals these will be our last pets...considering what we know about Morgellons. I was beginning to wonder why everything that came into our
loving home has become sick or has died. Now we believe we know.
David, I hope you can draw an illustration that would bring proper worldwide attention to this ever-spreading disease that the CDC is covering up for
the EPA. Someone, somewhere in some government lab has created the DISASTER OF THE CENTURY. Everything is sick and dying. THEY created something with
these MANipulated microbes that NO living thng on this planet is immune to. Hence, we may be facing the third largest extinction in the history of
this planet. It is our belief that this microbe - be it nano-spawned and based, or bacterial or viral (which we doubt) is spreading around this
planet. Although it may have been designed to eat and 'process' things like sewage sludge and oil and chemical spills, it is now eating US. Just
look around the planet:
* Our bees are disappearing
* Toxic algae is overtaking waterways everywhere
* Dead Zones are ever-expanding in our oceans
* Fish populations are dying (and not just from overfishing like the idiots want us to believe)
* Coral reefs are dying
* Elk, Moose and Deer are dying from some sort of wasting disease (which appears to be a form of BSE)
* 189 species of birds are going extinct and populations everywhere are way down
* Frogs and snakes are dying from some sort of fungus
* Red TIDES and the 'flesh-eating' strep bacteria are invading our lakes and waterways
We believe Morgellons could somehow be involved with some or all of these conditions The Morgellons microbe - likely a nano-created, self-assembling,
self-replicating monster - may have been designed to eat 'nasties' in the environment ...but could now be infesting and killing life on the entire
I lived life to the fullest before Morgellons. When I was heathly, nothing could stop me. I was the first female in the painters union in Vancouver,
BC in 1978, and then one of the first females to ride with the Houston Fire Department for Emergency Medical Training. It was so wonderful and I
learned so much. I even watched 5 different operations standing right next to the anesthesiologist, and worked many, many hours in some of Houston's
best trauma hospitals. It was facinating to watch these trauma teams do their stuff. I had one job in Houston at an old bank they converted into a
blues club and had entertainment like Ray Charles, BB King, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, etc. I was a go-getter - nothing held me down. I never knew a
'stranger' and could talk to anyone. Now? I sit living life as a hermit, a chronically-ill hermit. Thank God Steve and I love each other so much. I
would hate to be sick alone. We make the most of what has been dealt to us - we need each other as much as we love each other. I haven't seen my
family or friends for almost three years now as I'm in fear of infecting them.
I hope millions of people see your work and my story...and that their jaws drop to the floor. This is what needs to happen to wake the masses up. They
need some shock treatment. Just posting the 'wake-up' isn't doing it. EVERYONE needs to read the Morgellons data and view the images at Rense.com.
Your work has a way of opening up eyes big and wide. Mine have been open for some time now...they can't get much bigger. We are in deep, deep trouble
on this planet of ours...
David, I do enjoy your work very much and I look forward to each new piece when I read my news every morning on Rense.com.
Take Care...and our Best Wishes to you during the holidays... from a very sick and frustrated Morgellons FAMILY,