Parasitic Worms

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Claudia
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Parasitic Worms

Post by Claudia » Sat 13 Jun 2009 15:17

Honestly, what is it with all this obsession, concern and claims about parasitic worms on LNusa? I have been curious (amused, horrified and incredulous, too) about this for a while now.

Can these people and their children possibly be so infested with worms of all sizes, shapes and colors, allegedly coming out of every various pore and orifice humanly possible, as they claim?

I am asking because my dog has been seen licking her ass; I have caught her eating human feces (left unattended off of hiking trails and camping spots); eating feces from cats and various assorted wildlife scat I can't ID. Deer and rabbit droppings are her plentiful backyard favorites. Yummy. She has also had exposure to fleas (she's a rescue dog from a shelter) and several engorged ticks on her over the years. She has had Lyme disease. Oh yeah, she also enjoys eating rich, moist, black soil in the woods on occasion, besides eating things that drop on the ground.

Yet every year when she has her annual veterinary check up, I bring in a nice fresh, usually still warm sample for a fecal examination (flotation) and she NEVER has worms. Always negative. Nada. Zip. Zilch. Same with my other dogs in the past (one other also had Lyme disease).

What is going on with these people? If my dog with her unsanitary doggie habits doesn't have this problem, what is going on here with these forum posters?

Any information or insights would be appreciated.

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Re: Parasitic Worms

Post by rlstanley » Mon 15 Jun 2009 1:43

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Looking at the history, I'd say that a whole deal began with Burgdorfer's observation of nematode worms in ticks.

See: http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/eme ... n-get-tick

So, just like anything in LymeLand, one can take that kind of info to the moon and beyond, resulting in all sorts of enabled 'treatments' like guzzling salt and Vitamin C (also, see slide 42 here: http://www.docstoc.com/docs/1378290/Lym ... esentation ) , using and buying products like zappers, Enula etc., and, of course, to keep on looking for worm-like things exuded from anywhere on the body.

Leads to stuff like this: http://www.rense.com/general63/diaryofamorgellons.htm
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Re: Parasitic Worms

Post by Claudia » Mon 15 Jun 2009 16:36

Thanks for your thoughts on this, Rita. This makes a lot of sense to me.

The encouragement, reinforcement and community created by the enablers that these people find on line doesn't help matters either, obviously.

That diary of morgellons is very disturbing for so many reasons. Wow.

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Re: Parasitic Worms

Post by rlstanley » Wed 17 Jun 2009 2:39

Claudia wrote:
...That diary of morgellons is very disturbing for so many reasons.
Not to mention the site where this stuff was posted: bottom of page http://www.rense.com .
There's more posted, too: http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=n ... etjen+lyme

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Re: Parasitic Worms

Post by Claudia » Wed 17 Jun 2009 14:44

Rita wrote:

Not to mention the site where this stuff was posted: bottom of page http://www.rense.com .
Yes, the mother ship certainly does contain quite the collection of paranoia. :o

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Re: Parasitic Worms

Post by kimwg » Wed 17 Jun 2009 20:40

Claudia wrote:
Rita wrote:

Not to mention the site where this stuff was posted: bottom of page http://www.rense.com .
Yes, the mother ship certainly does contain quite the collection of paranoia. :o
My goodness, what an interesting amount of hooey for one little web page! Well, when lyme disease is revealed to result from a zionist conspiracy we will surely all be very contrite.

Anyone else notice the picture of Jeff Rense himself? He looks like John Stossel, but with Bea Arthur's hair...

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Re: Parasitic Worms

Post by Claudia » Thu 18 Jun 2009 16:27

kimwg wrote:
... when lyme disease is revealed to result from a zionist conspiracy we will surely all be very contrite.
LOL, yeah.
Anyone else notice the picture of Jeff Rense himself? He looks like John Stossel, but with Bea Arthur's hair...
I did happen to take notice of his picture, and my immediate thought was "Yanni with gray hair," but your initial impression is much more spot on.

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Re: Parasitic Worms

Post by rlstanley » Thu 18 Jun 2009 16:59

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The question that comes to mind inovolves association...even though that concept doesn't seem to bother many in LymeLand.

But I ask anyway:

what are the reasons anyone would want to be associated with this person by posting one's writings on his site?

Goggling "who is Jeff Rense", I got: http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=n ... jeff+rense

Snippet from wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeff_Rense
Jeff Rense is an American conspiracy theorist and radio talk-show host of the Jeff Rense Program, broadcast on US satellite radio via Genesis Communications Network (GCN) and Internet radio.[1]

Rense's radio program and website, Rense.com,[2] cover subjects such as 9/11 conspiracy theories,[3] UFO reporting, paranormal phenomena, Holocaust denial,[4] Zionism, tracking of new diseases and possible resultant pandemics, environmental concerns (see chemtrails), animal rights, possible evidence of advanced ancient technology, geopolitical developments and emergent energy technologies, complementary and alternative medicine among other subjects.

Renses's show has been noted as being among "conspiracy-oriented Internet radio shows that often feature anti-Semites and extremists" by the Anti-Defamation League, a non-profit organisation that opposes anti-semitism.[5]
Take it a step further and google his name with Lyme, Morgellons, or other diseases and you can find more info. Add 'chemtrails' to the mix if you like.

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Re: Parasitic Worms

Post by Claudia » Thu 18 Jun 2009 21:30

Rita wrote:

The question that comes to mind inovolves association...even though that concept doesn't seem to bother many in LymeLand.

But I ask anyway:

what are the reasons anyone would want to be associated with this person by posting one's writings on his site?

Take it a step further and google his name with Lyme, Morgellons, or other diseases and you can find more info. Add 'chemtrails' to the mix if you like.
Okay, Rita, I took the bait, and found myself in a village of LymeLand I didn't know existed. Holy Crap!

Why anyone credible and with both oars in the water would want to associate with this and further demean and dismiss Lyme disease out in the rational world is a good question. All I know is that those 'evil villains' at Yale, the IDSA, blah, blah, blah, couldn't do more harm to the Lyme community than this association (which appeared when I googled Jeff+Rense+Lyme):

Morgellons and NanoMachines
by CIDP Foundation
Rense.com March-09-2009

[snippets]

In March and April 2007, Jeff Rense published and broadcast some capable research based on scientific techniques including electron microscopy, energy dispersive spectroscopy, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and Fourier transform Raman spectroscopy. The Team Leader of the research unit was Dr Hilgegarde Staninger of Integrative Health International at Lakewood, California.

The preliminary findings were disturbing. Morgellons appears to be a communicable nanotechnology invasion of human tissue in the form of self-assembling, self-replicating nanotubes, nanowires, and nanoarrays with sensors.

Other nanoconfigurations associated with Morgellons disease carry genetically-altered and spliced DNA or RNA. The nanomachines which precipitate Morgellons thrive in alkaline ph conditions and use the body's bio-electric energy and other (unidentified) elements for power. There is evidence that certain of the tiny machines possess their own internal batteries as well. The Morgellons nanomachines are configured to receive specific tuned microwave, EMF and ELF signals and radio data.

If these findings are correct, and Morgellons is nanotechnology capable of taking over biological systems, the question remains whether or not these nanomachines were the result of an accident, or a deliberate release with the intention of infecting people for some unknown purpose.

It is almost as if Morgellons is in the process of reconstructing people into an entirely different life form; a cyborg-like creature, both biological and machine. As well, with the reports that the Morgellons nanomachines are capable of receiving radio signals, this could indicate that each infected person/system would be able to communicate with other Morgellon sufferers, creating the potential that each person would be like a single brain-cell of a larger, artificial intelligence.

Are we facing an invasion by machine intelligence, or is this a twisted attempt by some unknown group or government to achieve the ultimate control of humankind?

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/cienc ... lons09.htm
With associations and friends like this, who needs enemies.

Funny that this thread's subject is "Parasitic Worms." You just keep lifting rocks up and seeing what more crawls out.

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Re: Parasitic Worms

Post by LymeEnigma » Thu 25 Jun 2009 21:42

These people never cease to amaze me. *returning to my cave, now*

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