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FRED

Bullhead City, AZ

#67 Sep 29, 2013
Lauren wrote:
Last thing - I also have an H Pylori infection that I can't seem to kick (can you tell my immune system is shot?)...do you think this protocol will get rid of it too? I ordered ALL of the stuff a couple of hours ago. Ready to get started!!:)
Your immune system is not working. I will make a post in the comments section of that blog day after tomorrow explaining everything. I was in Cali for a week doing some mountain biking and now I'm in Nevada poolside so back in Denver tomorrow. Check the blog say thursday. It will answer your questions. In the mean time you can go to the comments section and read kristeen's post. She's been doing it for 3 months. Read the comments I made there too.
Lauren

Madison, MS

#68 Sep 29, 2013
Awesome, and will do. Thank you!!
FRED

Bullhead City, AZ

#69 Sep 29, 2013
Lauren wrote:
Awesome, and will do. Thank you!!
Sure.
I won't be posting here anymore. I've got other fish to fry.

Since: Jan 13

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#70 Sep 29, 2013
Lauren wrote:
Wrong. We got rid of the carpet beetles and bird mites, sure. But within a matter of weeks my husband and I became very ill. Profound fatigue, night sweats, headaches, joint pain, muscle spasms, twitching, crawling sensations under the skin, the sensation of being stung and bitten by bugs, etc. MISERABLE!! Of course, this wasn't my first rodeo, so once I figured out what was going on, I made an appointment for my husband and I with my old Lyme doctor. Like I said, that was two years ago and despite loads of antibiotics, antiparasitics (I took ivermectin for months) and countless herbs and supplements, our symptoms persist.
Do you think the dormant infections "called" the carpet beetles and bird mites to come bother you, or do you think their bites reinfected you, or restarted the dormant infections?

Certainly not all lyme infections come with bug infestations, and vice versa... but the link between the two is fascinating to me... and that the itching, crawling is replicating even after the bugs are gone. Clever creatures these.

Since: Jan 13

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#71 Sep 29, 2013
lmnop wrote:
This sounds like Hungry Ghosts. She's into make $$ off of us. Notice how she mentions a pay pal account. Greedy. The video was funny, though. lol....
Very clever, HG... you are bad arse.
Not me. I've never put up a you tube video... about anything. And greedy is the last thing anyone who knows me would say about me.

I am, however, a bad arse.
vss

Hollywood, FL

#72 Sep 30, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
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Not me. I've never put up a you tube video... about anything. And greedy is the last thing anyone who knows me would say about me.
I am, however, a bad arse.
Bullsh*t.

Since: Jan 13

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#73 Oct 5, 2013
vss wrote:
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Bullsh*t.
Ah yes.... very clever. I love it when people on the internet say things about you that they could never know in a million years. I've never posted a You Tube video, nor have I never asked anyone to pay pal me in regards to this particular problem. And no, greed is not a part of my particular set of sins.

So, back to the interesting problem of Lyme disease, co-infections, bug infestations, and the extremely advanced way in which the spirochetal infections are spreading themselves.

There is obviously something in Borrelia which calls bugs to the host so that it can replicate itself in other hosts. Pheromone?
vss

Hollywood, FL

#74 Oct 12, 2013


take the time to listen to this guy.

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#75 Oct 12, 2013
vss wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =FEjNMlNM3l8XX
take the time to listen to this guy.
I started to watch and kind of fell in love with him and had to start watching the videos from the beginning. I love a humble scientist.

Thanks VSS, my evening is hosed.
vss

Hollywood, FL

#76 Oct 13, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
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I started to watch and kind of fell in love with him and had to start watching the videos from the beginning. I love a humble scientist.
Thanks VSS, my evening is hosed.
He seems like he is kind of done with it all. It's very draining to deal with it all. It seems like he is saying, okay guys, you take over and I'll relax.

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#77 Oct 13, 2013
vss wrote:
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He seems like he is kind of done with it all. It's very draining to deal with it all. It seems like he is saying, okay guys, you take over and I'll relax.
I love how over the CDC he is. And the IDSA. I adore him.

This is the best video that popped up alongside his... blond, pink teenager says "Hey Guys, it's Brittany..." and then launches into a well researched Nazi conspiracy about Lyme. HILARIOUS.

Since: Jan 13

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#78 Oct 13, 2013
Who is the Harvard doctor he says wants to own Lyme as a pet?

I've met several dickish Harvard professors who think they know it all... I'm not surprised there's one in the Lyme world.

Since: Jan 13

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#81 Oct 13, 2013
vss wrote:
Fred wants to talk.....
but....
there's something holding him back....
lol.....
speaking of dickish...
lol...
HUNGRY!!!
I was watching that video the other day before you even linked me to it.
Dickish middle aged white men are all the same, it doesn't matter which side of the argument they're on. They're right, and if you don't agree with them you're stupid or crazy or both. Fred and the Harvard professor should get together and duke it out and leave the rest of us to figure out the mystery.

My favorite quote from the New Yorker article on Lyme is this one

"I am not sure why we act as if we know the answers, Brian Fallon told me. Fallon, a psychiatrist who has studied the neurological impact of Lyme for years, is the director of the Lyme and Tick-Borne Diseases Research Center, at Columbia University. "

http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2013/07/01...

Acting like you have the answer for everyone is the death knell of proper science. Are you hearing me Fred? Collembola infest people. Yes they do.

Here's a protocol which Fred will hate... what I like about it is the author doesn't claim to have the answer for everyone... and yes, sometimes "poisons" like Collidal Silver or MMS can work as medicine. Poison as medicine is not new:

http://www.healthsalon.org/505/cure-chronic-l...
Seriously

Johnston, IA

#82 Nov 19, 2013
Wow,
You are nuts. Literally Don - if you met with a psychiatrist, they would commit you. Apparently you need something that is better to cross your blood brain barrier...
Johnelle Kincannon

United States

#83 Mar 9, 2014
The above info has part of the protocol left out , the dragons blood ,and silver sol ....some of the most imp elements of the protocol.... STUPID CARELESS

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