Just what are those black pepper spots?

Just what are those black pepper spots?

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Since: Nov 09

Milford, PA

#1 Nov 12, 2009
I find them all over, especially in the bed, or bath, are these supposed to be the feces? I find it hard to believe that an invisible bug could produce something, anything, big enough to be quite visible! From what I read, fleas do this, but fleas are visible. Is this some kind of invisible flea? The way they jump up to my ankle anytime I have my legs exposed with my robe on it sure seems like it, but then again they don't bite once they get there, but my leg hair feels them land. I guess I'm being attacked by more then one species of bug. Did anyone notice that when you get bitten, you can't just swat it, or rub it away, like a misquito, or normal bug bite, that has no effect, it just lingers there stinging, until it's done. One time I felt it stinging the top of my foot,(of course couldn't see anything) sprayed it with cool mint listerine, nothing,,, then sprayed with blue Dawn soapy solution, nothing,,,, finally sprayed it with Windex, it was an immediate stop to the stinging! These bites are nothing less then tenacious!
Jameson

Washington, PA

#2 Nov 12, 2009
MikDee wrote:
I find them all over, especially in the bed, or bath, are these supposed to be the feces? I find it hard to believe that an invisible bug could produce something, anything, big enough to be quite visible! From what I read, fleas do this, but fleas are visible. Is this some kind of invisible flea? The way they jump up to my ankle anytime I have my legs exposed with my robe on it sure seems like it, but then again they don't bite once they get there, but my leg hair feels them land. I guess I'm being attacked by more then one species of bug. Did anyone notice that when you get bitten, you can't just swat it, or rub it away, like a misquito, or normal bug bite, that has no effect, it just lingers there stinging, until it's done. One time I felt it stinging the top of my foot,(of course couldn't see anything) sprayed it with cool mint listerine, nothing,,, then sprayed with blue Dawn soapy solution, nothing,,,, finally sprayed it with Windex, it was an immediate stop to the stinging! These bites are nothing less then tenacious!
I think the black specks are just dirt, buddy. And when I had scabies I felt them crawling on me and moving my hairs around. It's pretty easy to get caught up in it and draw conclusions that aren't true. Just treat yourself before it is too late.

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Nightmares Do Come True

Spotsylvania, VA

#3 Nov 12, 2009
I hear ya man, these things are nothing short of vicious. I am quickly running out of things to try. Nothing seems to stop them when I try to sleep. Even the sublimed sulfur in vaseline is not thick enough to stop them from crawling through it.

I am wondering about the ones that jump on your ankles though, then do not bite...I have this happen too, but I feel it almost all over my body when they "land". I am thinking that these are immature mites that cannot yet bite. I also have a theory that these are actually mites that are hatching on the body, and the feeling of them landing is actually them squeezing through a pore and popping out onto our skin. Sound plausible?

Permethrin treatments did nothing but make the critters under the skin calm. As soon as I applied the sulfur ointment they went nuts, so I am fairly certain that these bastards are immune to perm. I have tried TT oil,100% and it doesnt even slow them down. windex does work like you said, but as soon as it dries, they attack. It seems the only relief I get is in the shower.

I just got my order of Diatomaceous Earth, so hopefully that will start helping. Keep up the fight bro, and may God HELP US!
Alex

Washtucna, WA

#4 Nov 12, 2009
I've yet to find a plausible explanation for what the hell these black specs are. It does seems strange that their shit would manifest as something visible when they themselves are invisible to the naked eye. Perhaps the specs are our dried blood, excreted from their foul back sides? At first I thought it was dirt. Then I started washing my sheets and body every goddamn day and they still show up. People are sleeping on plastic mattresses on stilts and still seeing them. Funny thing is I never saw them before this crap started so this is definitely mite related. Now, how the hell do we get rid of them without killing ourselves?
Bee

Dallas, TX

#5 Nov 12, 2009
Don't be alarmed, but we have those black pepper specks. Took some to a friends house to look under his 1974 microscope. The were Morgellons. We are still trying to figure out what to do. When I see them, they are not moving. They are just the fibers.
Alex

Washtucna, WA

#6 Nov 12, 2009
Why can't the morons at the extension office figure it out? I mailed them in and they came back with the usual delusional schpeil. Do you have to put water on them or something to make them "hatch?"

Since: Nov 09

Milford, PA

#7 Nov 12, 2009
Alex wrote:
Why can't the morons at the extension office figure it out? I mailed them in and they came back with the usual delusional schpeil. Do you have to put water on them or something to make them "hatch?"
i tried putting them on a damp paper towel, to see if they would seep a red color like blood, but no, it didn't work. This is what I read on a flea site to determine if it's flea excrement.
Alex

Washtucna, WA

#8 Nov 12, 2009
Ok, that makes sense. Guess we can rule out feces. Bee was thinking they might be fibers. The ones I've seen look more like dirt or something. Grainier as opposed to fibrous.

Since: Nov 09

Milford, PA

#9 Nov 13, 2009
Alex wrote:
Ok, that makes sense. Guess we can rule out feces. Bee was thinking they might be fibers. The ones I've seen look more like dirt or something. Grainier as opposed to fibrous.
Alex, the ones I found look like as you said, grainier.
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#10 Nov 13, 2009
Alex wrote:
I've yet to find a plausible explanation for what the hell these black specs are. It does seems strange that their shit would manifest as something visible when they themselves are invisible to the naked eye. Perhaps the specs are our dried blood, excreted from their foul back sides? At first I thought it was dirt. Then I started washing my sheets and body every goddamn day and they still show up. People are sleeping on plastic mattresses on stilts and still seeing them. Funny thing is I never saw them before this crap started so this is definitely mite related. Now, how the hell do we get rid of them without killing ourselves?
Besides the YAHOO GROUP called birdmitesorg, there is another YAHOO GROUP called finding1cure. The finding1cure yahoo group is focused on morgellons.

There is also information on morgellons on lymebusters.

curezone also has information on scabies and morgellons.

If you have time, start reading the "Scabies is Highly Contagious" thread here. It has over 7,000 posts in it. Everything you ever want to know about Scabies is in this thread.
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#11 Nov 13, 2009
Alex wrote:
Why can't the morons at the extension office figure it out? I mailed them in and they came back with the usual delusional schpeil. Do you have to put water on them or something to make them "hatch?"
The eggs hatch when there is something new in the environment. For example, heat and movement, will start the hatching activity. Also, a mammal that already has these mites, has a pheromone hormone, that attracts the mites. This pheromone will also activate a hatch.
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#12 Nov 13, 2009
Pokadot Patty

United States

#13 Nov 13, 2009
Joe wrote:
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The eggs hatch when there is something new in the environment. For example, heat and movement, will start the hatching activity. Also, a mammal that already has these mites, has a pheromone hormone, that attracts the mites. This pheromone will also activate a hatch.
I like the way you think !! So what do we do to block these scent signals?
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#15 Nov 14, 2009
Pokadot Patty wrote:
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I like the way you think !! So what do we do to block these scent signals?
I am not sure. I have heard that people will light incense and place around their computer area, on the floor around the computer area. Some people have burned strong menthol crystals, which can be bought off the net. One poster here wears boots, so the mites cannot get to his feet and ankles and legs, but boots do become infested after you wear them a few times. My problem is the car, so I would say vacuum and/or wipe up the car floor, your floors, etc. I used to spray my legs with insect repellant before getting in the car, but too much of this stuff is just poisoning your body and making you weaker, which the mites LOVE. They love a weak immune system. Then they can have their way with you. Yes, rey rey used to spray himself and his kids down with listerine in the shower. I think what cured them was the ivermectin they took, in addition to his constant house spraying of windex and his constant cleaning of every crack and crevice of his home. This made him exhausted to the point that he got weak, but within time, they were all cured. He did have a problem with his computer room, the printer was infested, etc. He concentrated on that room, too.
A few people on this forum had to give up their pets. Once their pets were removed from the home, and with a few doses of ivermectin, they were cured. You need to concentrate on your bedding, too. Everything has to be washed in 130 DEGREE WATER and dried to a crisp. Be sure to wipe all surfaces, as just spraying doesn't work. You have to wipe these buggies up.
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#16 Nov 14, 2009
oops, a double post. You gotta love computers.
Vann from Tennessee

United States

#17 Dec 16, 2009

Since: Nov 09

Milford, PA

#18 Dec 17, 2009
Nightmares Do Come True wrote:
I hear ya man, these things are nothing short of vicious. I am quickly running out of things to try. Nothing seems to stop them when I try to sleep. Even the sublimed sulfur in vaseline is not thick enough to stop them from crawling through it.
I am wondering about the ones that jump on your ankles though, then do not bite...I have this happen too, but I feel it almost all over my body when they "land". I am thinking that these are immature mites that cannot yet bite. I also have a theory that these are actually mites that are hatching on the body, and the feeling of them landing is actually them squeezing through a pore and popping out onto our skin. Sound plausible?

windex does work like you said, but as soon as it dries, they attack. It seems the only relief I get is in the shower.
I just got my order of Diatomaceous Earth, so hopefully that will start helping. Keep up the fight bro, and may God HELP US!
Actually the black spots I've found, when looked at under a jewelers loop, look like grainy lint. I've read it is debri from a dead hair follicle?

I think the jumping ones that land on you, & don't bite, are collembola a secondary infestation that follow the mites to eat fungus.
knowy

Wilmington, NC

#19 Dec 17, 2009
vann

Melrose Park, IL

#20 Dec 20, 2009
"...Actually the black spots I've found, when looked at under a jewelers loop, look like grainy lint. I've read it is debri from a dead hair follicle?...."

Be careful, you could well have Morgelons. Morgelons is the ONLY condition that has fibers coming out of the skin...

IS IT MORGELLONS??
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"This condition report a range of symptoms including
* crawling, biting and stinging sensations;
* granules, threads or black specks on/beneath the skin;
* skin lesions (e.g., rashes or sores)
* Also such as fatigue, mental confusion, short term memory loss,
* joint pain, and changes in vision."
See this first,"What Is It"
http://nanotransformation.com/morgellons-news...
http://www.morgellons.org/index.html
http://www.morgellonsexposed.com/index.htm
&
http://www.earthclinic.com/CURES/morgellons.h...
http://www.youtube.com/watch... ;
http://www.youtube.com/watch... ;
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
http://www.youtube.com/watch... ;
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
http://www.youtube.com/watch... ;
http://www.diatomitecanada.com/links.htm
http://www.youtube.com/user/birdmitesandscabi...
* Blacklight Test for Morgellons Video
http://s267.photobucket.com/albums/ii286/ivan...
Red wine, purple grape juice or peroxide swish
in mouth releases a LOT of Morgellons Toxins
Sugar feeds this condition
Garlic, tea, YesToCarrots cream helps
Nutrisilver? http://www.nutrasilver.com/
http://wolfcreekranch1.tripod.com/diatomaceou...
**Morgellons/Springtails from Mr Common Sense
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http://morgellonspgpr.wordpress.com/category/...
http://morgellonspgpr.wordpress.com/all-artic...
http://morgellonspgpr.wordpress.com/2009/03/1...

Vann
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#21 Dec 21, 2009
MikDee wrote:
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Actually the black spots I've found, when looked at under a jewelers loop, look like grainy lint. I've read it is debri from a dead hair follicle?
I think the jumping ones that land on you, & don't bite, are collembola a secondary infestation that follow the mites to eat fungus.
grainy lint is morgellons. black pepper spots are black pepper MITES.

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