posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 12:11 AM
Almost two years ago, I underwent several simultaneous life changing events. I suffered total burnout and gave up a career I had spent more than 20
years creating, I had several major medical problems that all came to a head and I had a spiritual awakening that had been knocking on the walls of my
consciousness for a long time. The strange thing, though, is that at the time that all of this tumult was occurring, I started to have a series of
problems with insects, which continue to this day, and I'm wondering if anyone might know why this has happened and what can be done to stop it.
To give you a brief description, a former apartment attracted visits from many insect friends, some welcome and others not. It started with an
infestation of fleas that were attributed by my landlord to my indoor cat. I realize that anyone's environment can be afflicted with fleas, but these
never seemed to leave, regardless of how diligent I was in treating my environment and four-footed friend. Next was the arrival of those huge hairy
bees who bored right through one of my eaves and attacked anything/anyone else in the environment. I don't care what anyone says; I can personally
attest that those things sting. Shortly thereafter, my apartment was invaded by bird mites which wreaked havoc on both my sanity and health. Then I
had an invasion of huge horse flies which just showed up in one of my bedrooms during the middle of the winter. Now I seem to have what we think is
an infestation of Collumbera, otherwise known as Springtails, (again, dont listen when people say that dont bite or are not attracted to humans and
domestic animals), which are theorized to be involved in the whole Morgellons/CNS theory.
I have physically moved to get away from these things yet they continue to follow me. Im a middle-aged woman in fairly decent health and yes, for
those wisea**es out there, I shower every day and practice good hygiene. It was initially somewhat funny in that my friends called me the Pied Piper
of Bugs and where ever I showed up, an insect would as well (i.e. I visited a friend Who lives in another state this past January and shortly after I
arrived, a horse fly managed to get in the house) He joked that he was going to ask me to leave, though I'm not sure how much of a joke it was.
It's getting to the point where I have so many bites and irritations from these things that they are taking over my life. Any thoughts as to why this
is happening and what can be done to make it stop? Any suggestions at all would be appreciated!
EDIT: Forgot to mention a battle with two huge nests of Sac spiders, one of which prematurely hatched and hundred of tiny baby spiders patrolled the
apt biting me and my cat.
edit on 3/28/2012 by timidgal because: (no reason given)