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second most deadliest snake is at my back door.

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posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 02:16 AM
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i have a ducted air conditioner near the back door. the motor is one of those big 2 fan things and it sits on 2 concrete steps. this is the exact spot last summer that i found another skin. there seems to be a space underneath behind the steps which goes down into the dirt. do you think that this is where he may live. it is also right by the house which is brick and up of the ground are the air vents. could it go in them and under the house?




posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 02:20 AM
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No research that I'm aware of. In fact, I haven't really thought about it as I already know it works and don't give a crap about whether medical doctors know their business or not.

This is a bit off thread, but I also have a biophysics device that seems to stimulate immediate cellular dedifferentiation on a grand scale to enable rapid reversals of infectious and degenerative diseases.

A crushed elbow on an elderly woman who fell with all her weight on the tip of her elbow. Orthopedic surgeon comes to emergency room and states that elbow is shattered beyond recovery, and an entire elbow replacement must be performed.

Had to go in to screw bone fragments in place to enable damaged tissue to heal and to enable swelling to go down, and then in a couple weeks, they could do the replacement.

Problem: bone too soft to hold screws. Sewed bones together.

Gave her device and almost two weeks later, she surprised me without a cast, without any bandages, and with full - total and complete - usage of her elbow.

Didn't have much injury or sickness around us - reversed one macular degeneration which included weekly retina detachments, one lung cancer and one leukemia. Plus, no more colds or viruses. A sense of well-being during and after use.

Bad smoker's hack reversed in one week.

So yes, I do have interesting friends. And whether the medical community elects to use this means to save tissue and lives - well, they're just too happy to cut out tissue they can't save.

I'm beyond all that crap.



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 09:50 AM
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I would greatly appreciate you NOT spreading information that could lead to someones death. You should have used the words "alleged" or "supposedly".

Please read this link before you attempt to shock the hell out of yourself for no reason!
www.docsdetecting.com...



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 01:50 PM
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Didn't have much injury or sickness around us - reversed one macular degeneration which included weekly retina detachments, one lung cancer and one leukemia. Plus, no more colds or viruses. A sense of well-being during and after use.


You and your buddies can diagnose and cure cancer, leukaemia, common colds and viruses, huh?

Have you got any supporting documentation to show symptoms, diagnosis and cure?



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 02:24 PM
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I have a personal experience with electroshock and healing. I was burned over 25% of my body "full-thickness" which is basically 3rd degree and beyond. I had skin grafts and physical therapy done and I healed up nicely except for my right elbow. A year later and many more attempts at fixing my right elbow ahd been unsuccessful and I had grown accustomed to wearing a bandage on it to keep it from seeping. I met an acupuncturist that offered to fix it for free, so I let him try. He did a procedure "surrounding the dragon" that is exactly like the account described in the excerpt below. Electrical pulses were sent across the wound and by the end of the week it had a thin layer of transparent skin over the wound and the seeping had stopped. 2 weeks later it was a normal elbow. My vascular surgeon was not surprised by the success and he had heard of it before. (Why didn't he tell me that a year earlier?)

Here is the excerpt from one of the links in this thread.


“He came in with his fancy little zapping machine, and I thought, ‘Oh, my Lord,'” Angiolillo said.

Unsell made a crisscross with the machine, a few inches outside the now quarter-sized sore identified as a likely spider bite.

“It was the oddest, craziest thing to me,” Angiolillo said.

She said the jolt was minor, about the strength administered by a machine used to stimulate muscles to improve healing.

The next day the red circle around the sore began to shrink and within a week, the entire site looked much better, she said. Now, there's a tiny, unnoticeable scar on her neck.

Read more: newsok.com...##ixzz19XAnlGe7



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 02:29 PM
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Originally posted by FarArcher
You just give the bite area a couple of one point five or two second jolts, and that should do it.

Again, lower voltages between 25000 and 40000 seems to work just fine.

Venoms are delicate protein structures. These sharp gradients of high voltage appear to knock off a molecule or two of the toxin. Like knocking off a branch of a tree.

And without every single molecule in the structure necessary for the specific toxin, it's now something else. Something non-toxic. Something the body can break down and assimilate.

Then you just treat the wound.

It's funny. Without any prior discussion at any time, on any level, three of us - one from Florida, one from North Carolina, and one from Oregon all showed up in Nevada with their own TT's specifically for snake bite.

Of course these are highly technical people, schooled significantly in biophysics.


I wonder if a biphasic or monophasic defibrilator would work on the infected area.



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 02:57 PM
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Just an aside: I am from Florida and we have some nice pit-vipers. My grandmother used to put moth balls around the perimiter of the yard by the fence and the snakes wouldn't come near them. If you can stand the oder is another issue altogether. But, you might give it a try to repel them from laying in a dangerous area like your doorway where someone less aware might get hit.



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 03:00 PM
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My grandmother did that too, but just last summer I found a Ratsnake curled up in some old boxes surrounded by Mothballs that I had put in there to keep snakes out. Luckily it was just a Ratsnake, but it gave me a scare, and I no longer use mothballs. All that smell that I hated, but the snake didn't seem to mind!



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 03:09 PM
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I have lived near the national parks up north for years and yet to see even one of them.

Oh and by the way...can't you change your avatar to West Tigers?



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 03:22 PM
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I'd be getting myself a pet mongoose.



little guy has balls of steal



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 04:03 PM
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So is the taser for the snake or applied to the bite? I need clarification before I go and shock my snake bight!


Peace,
spec



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 04:14 PM
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Kandinsky, no person - not even doctors - have ever cured any disease or even an injury.

The body either heals itself or it doesn't. All one can do is somehow assist the body do it's own thing.

The device is the result of millions of dollars investment and years and years of work. And it will never see the light of day for many reasons.

I don't care what you think on this.

The sharp gradients of high voltage and low amperage for venom? It works. You can elect to ignore it or not, but scepticism takes nothing away from me.

The abilities of biophysics devices that specifically stimulate cellular dedifferentiation many times over at vastly accelerated rates can be discounted as well. That too, makes no difference.

I specified a few of the things we've had an opportunity to stimulate the body to correct, and to date, not one injury or disease has prevailed. Anecdotal incidents. Until you feel the difference yourself. Then it's not so anecdotal.

My granddaughter, age two, was as sick as she could be with a bad cold, and was just limp. I was by myself babysitting her for four hours. I simply put her in my lap next to the device and used it on her for nine minutes.

An hour later, she was down playing, two hours later she was bouncing off the walls, and by hour four, her symptoms were completely gone.

Of course, she could have just had a rapid "turn" for the better.

Give the body some assistance, and you'll be amazed at what it can do.



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 04:15 PM
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I sometimes don't understand how people live in Australia. You have beautiful oceans...that are filled with many, many things that can kill you within a matter of minutes. You have a ridiculous amount of land animals that can do the same thing. I'd be paranoid all the time.



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 04:27 PM
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getreadyalready, good story, and I hate it you were burned so.

The medical community is limited to using traditional medical procedures and pharmaceuticals.

We're electrical beings. The difference between a living body and dead body is the presence or absence of electrical activity. Adults produce enough electricity that if collected, would light a 100-200 watt bulb.

Each cell is a battery, with transmembrane potentials ranging from -50Ev to -90Ev, averaging about -70Ev. As they age, the lose voltage, and when the voltage drops to around -15Ev, they know it's the end of the road, and they divide, creating a new cell.

Oddly, cancer cells exist at this same -15Ev. Thus, the continue to divide.

We merely convert our cells not only into fully charged "batteries," but in fact to highly charged capacitors.

Which instead of requiring ATP to operate, internally MAKE ATP.

Your healer increased the transmembrane potential to the surrounding cells, and your body did the rest.

So if one has an electrical problem, my question is - why call a chemist?



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 05:04 PM
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You're playing with words there. In your posts, the implication is that you have a technical means of alleviating, if not 'curing' cancer and the common cold.

Is there a reason why you don't just link to your website or post the specs of this breakthrough in medical science?



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 05:10 PM
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Seems to me that the more things change the more they seem the same. History repeats again. My grandfather had a nostrum in a fancy box that provided an electrical shock that claimed to cure various aches, pains and conditions. Upon taking it apart it was only an "electrotherapy" device built around an induction coil (aka, low voltage stun gun). It was fun to play with, shocking sibs, but couldn't see then or now how shock can help in any way. I guess that is why the FDA was formed to make manufacturers substantiate their claims.



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 10:28 PM
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Originally posted by bluemirage5
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I have lived near the national parks up north for years and yet to see even one of them.

Oh and by the way...can't you change your avatar to West Tigers?



depends on how north you are. eastern brown....the second deadliest snake in the world are really concentrated around sort of the sydney area and inwards. so i have been told.

and you must be kidding me about the tigers. they are my most hated team. my favourite moment was nathan merrit kicking that field goal in extra time from the sideline.......magic..... lmao



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 10:38 PM
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I'm not far from the Central Coast and where I am is infested with browns and blacks but I've never seen out outside a zoo.

West Tigers are the most loved team, what are you talking about? While I was at the ANZ stadium watching a match between the Wallabies and All Blacks I had my mobile going non-stop on a West Tiger's game and I had to keep every police officer up our area fully informed - all West Tigers supporters and so was everyone around me! I barely even managed to watch the All Blacks kick that one last goal to get us a win.



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 11:06 PM
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I'm not playing with words.

I'm not suggesting anything.

While this is strictly biophysics, some aggressive administrative dumbass only needs claim that this is a "medical" device and there goes the ballgame. Lawsuits fly from medical associations and high dollar pharmaceuticals, Federal prosecution for unlawful use of a medical device from the FDA, State and Federal charges of practicing medicine without a license, and then there would be another fifteen charges - since everything under the sun now is technically illegal, and about that time, you realize you're not having any fun.

Not me.

The medical community can pucker up and French kiss my rosy red ****um.

The data is already out there. Proven science from multiple disciplines. All it takes is the ability to take what proven science is out there from these different disciplines without any preconceptions, a few million dollars, some brilliant minds, and they could do this on their own.

The Navy and defense components have done splinter research in these areas, but no one seems to be able to add two plus two plus two plus two. They're only interested in very narrow splinters of their particular discipline.

They make a discovery, publish it, and never give another thought to how this component fits with other proven components.

Snake venom? Insect venom?

It's all about choice. You can lose tissue, you can suffer, you can even die.

Or . . .



posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 04:55 PM
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i understand your frustration. i spoke to 3 intensive care specialist yesterday and was telling them what you had told me. they pissed themselves laughing and i just stood there and thought well what if you are wrong. what if this thing does work. if it was "you", you would try anything. i see so many people getting feet cut off who have diabetes because of the necrosis. imagine if they just tried something like this on them.....they have nothing to lose.

i started to question the whole shebang when i went to my own doctor, he found i have high cholesterol (genetic) and put me on statins. about 6 months later i was lying in the bath trying to sooth my aches and pains that i had never suffered before and wondering how on earth i was going to be able to keep working when i could hardly walk. i just happened to have the radio on and someone was on there talking about the side affects of statins. i got out the bath and googles statin side affects and burst into tears because that was me. i threw the things in the bin and within 6 weeks was back to normal. 2 years later, my dr told me i need to take them and fobbed of my idea that the two were conected. so silly me thought, ok, i will give them another try. within 1 week the pain in my legs and feet started again. it was like my body felt that i was 70 instead of 40. NEVER AGAIN WILL I TAKE THESE DAMN DRUGS.

so, i understand your frustrations.....its either their way, or the highway.



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