Sad Obituary

tombstone

Please exhume body when the report is published …
or when hell freezes over …

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  1. Jennifer Keys said:

    I hope you sent it to them!

  2. Good one, I am still chuckling!

  3. We might all be gone by the time they get around to it!

  4. Hm. Unless you (perhaps a few years ago?) got an insectbite
    with large circles around it (obs! not from a tic) you DO NOT
    have Morgellons. Morgellons Disease gives you a nasty rash/sores
    and is actually parasites/fungus that invades the tissue. For real.
    (And brainfog/confusion/odd behaviour are also symptoms.)
    You might have some other disease – I recommend you to cleanse
    the liver with epsom salt (that takes away poison in the body that is
    stored in the liver) and you can perhaps also boost the immune system with
    ESSIAC. (Great stuff.)

    • Mr. Common Sense said:

      In reality, very few people that get lyme get the so-called bulls-eye rash. In fact, a deer tick is so small that most that get lyme never saw the tick that got them. I have and probably do now have lyme, That being said, I do not think Lyme and Morgellons to be caused by the same thing, and they have very different symptoms.

      • Hm. If you have Lyme Disease you need heavy antibiotics.
        Lyme affects the central nervous system (which is ‘the key’
        to just about everything in the body).
        To strengthen the nervous system – take lots of Magnesium.
        Do you have ‘Basica’ in the States?
        (I’m writing from Sweden here.)
        http://www.basica.de/en/products
        Great for the balance in the body.
        http://www.rense.com/1.mpicons/acidalka.htm
        LOTS of diseases evolves from the fact that western food
        has way too high acidic levels.

  5. Belinda said:

    It does make me wonder, the time that is taking to release this information.
    If their findings indicate either that this is a serious health issue, or something not to get worked up about… either way, there is no rational reason for the delays that we have seen.
    I am also corresponding with a lot of post-Middle East military vets who have this set of skin symptoms, and am being told that the VA doesn’t know what to do about it. Lots of steroids, permethrin ointments, etc, only temporarily relieves them of their symptoms. The VA was looking at a group of these vets in a military medical facility on the east coast about the time that the AFIP was doing the labs on the KP group; so far, I have no information about what examining these vets revealed. Will update that when I find out.
    I wonder too, if so many vets have come back with this, if we will see a sharp increase in the number of people with this after the bulk of troops are brought home.
    All in all, this is getting odder as time passes. Figuring out the reason for the delay does not seem possible; no rational explanations seem to apply. For those thinking that Pearson is saddling her white charger, I urge a reality check. Knowing that some ‘scientific’ papers take from 6 months to 2 years to get published does not necessarily disillusion me; I still think that the answer to all of this is going to come from someone who has the illness. If it takes 2 years for the CDC to get the data published, there will only be the issue of liability for new cases, once the answers are found.

    • Don’t forget that Morgellons infact IS biblical. For real.

      King Herod (of The Bible) had this disease.
      All the symptoms are described in The Bible.
      And (as we all know) – he liked to construct buildings,
      he came in contact with dirt and soil IN THE DESERT.

      This disease is FROM THE DESERT and it is carried by
      an insect from ‘Over There’ and now it is everywhere.
      Basically. Wouldn’t it be just dandy if the CDC, doctors etc
      would choose to realize this and perhaps help some people…?
      (Especially young soldiers, they don’t need this too… )

      The cure is the ‘Kleen Free’ treatment. It takes 30 days to do.
      It kills the bugs. Then you have to pluck them out.
      This disease took more than 12 yrs of my life.
      It sucks like nothing ever before – ever, ever, ever……………

  6. True dat, MCS!…re: lyme and M word similarities…then sometimes I wonder,could moregllons be a spin off of or a morphed form of a pre existing pathogen…I’d be willing to bet the above mentioned has already been stated here before. So much sufferage due to morgellons in my immediate family alone.

  7. lyndaincanada said:

    Perhaps you should create a tombstone that we could all put our names on – and then we could all print it out and send it to our government reps and the CDC (although I am suggesting this tongues in cheek – it is actually not a bad idea!) perhaps we could all publish it in the obit section of major newspapers! Please please please – Mr CS – at least publish yours in say – the New York Times!!!!! LOL. What a crock…

  8. lyndaincanada said:

    Someone needs to contact Michael Moore to do a film documentary about our struggles – he loves this kind of government “pass-the-buck” denial and negligence stuff! I am actually being serious here…

  9. Or maybe Oprah?

  10. mary kelly said:

    I think they are scared of the Mayo clinic, you know, popular, has a magazine, big web presence, why should the army division of parasitology know more than the mayo clinic? The mayo clinic said so themselves, the cdc will agree with us so now the cdc must agree because the mayo clinic knows everything there is to know…

  11. ahopeful said:

    It’s interesting the military connections suggested above by Belinda. (as an aside, one particular poster on a popular morgs site adamantly claims to have had morgellons for 39 years, and that he acquired it in Vietnam. Just saying.) And it is an army pathology lab doing the work for the CDC if I am to believe what I read.

    I suppose there is no point speculating on the delay. It is most likely inefficiency and red tape. But part of me wants to believe (kind of) that they have actually identified something and are figuring out how to handle a highly contagious (possibly currently incurable) disease already at large in the population…

    I don’t think many have much thought through the social consequences were this to be the case. The genuine fear, perhaps even panic that might ensue. The potential for the afflicted (us) to be stigmatised. What company wants someone with Morgs working for them? And quite rightly, I wonder, as I watch my colleagues around me scratch and look at their arms for what is biting them, hoping no one connects the dots to me.

    How can you quarantine the alleged 14,000 families in the US alone? No the only option would be to let it play out..

    Questions indeed.

  12. lyndaincanada said:

    You know Mr. CS that you are very right: we could all die waiting for the CDC. But why are we waiting? Sitting here waiting as if we are dependent upon them for answers. I say, shame on us, to sit and wait – like we cannot find out the answers ourselves?There are enough of us suffering, from all walks of life, and we have others willing to help us – perhaps rather that sit here waiting, what we need to do is empower ourselves and launch our own “independent” study of Morgellons. It could start with non-anonymous voluntary signing up on-line, answering questions to be compiled as data. If it is non-anonymous an independent person could then examine the data, and
    the results would be vaild. Physical specimens could be collected and sent to an experiment leader to be catalogued as valid data, again as long as the participants have real names and contact info then the data is useful and valid. Perhaps Trish might be willing to co-ordinate such an endeavor. It would take some co-ordination, but would be better than sitting here like ducks – better than sitting here waiting to die…The truth is — collectively – we gotta hve the answers. Perhaps there is a better route, what do you think?

  13. I LOVE the DDOP! Tee hee hee!

  14. Mabel West said:

    I had a thought on the CDC delay. I used to work for a Pharma co and know all about the politics and challenges of getting a drug to market. I wonder if the delay by the CDC is perhaps giving some Big Pharma the chance to either patent, market, develop, or rush a drug through clinical trials in order to give the docs SOMETHING to prescribe for us sufferers even it if only addresses the symptoms? That way at least someone is going to make money from all of this and the docs are armed with a script to send us on our way after our 15 minutes. Even if it is off-label usage, some drug co would love the chance to be first in line and make the big bucks. Knowing our desperation, you can bet it will be an expensive script.

  15. my thoughts exactly.

  16. Herod the Great ruled from 37 to 4 BC. His death is perhaps not described in the Bible, but we do know from other sources that he died of a lingering and painful illness. Always a cruel tyrant, given to executing his supporters and even members of his own family on a whim, this disease seems to have magnified his cruelty. His death occurred in March of 4 BC of such a dreadful illness that it was widely believed to be a judgment of God for his wickedness. It has been suggested that he may have died of a particularly horrible cancer like disease called Fournier’s gangrene. It is described as a form of necrotizing fasciitis of the private parts most common in men over 50. Predispositions include diabetes and a compromised immune system. This diagnosis is probably derived from the historian, Josephus’ exhaustive description of Herod’s symptoms, which includes his genital area becoming so severely necrotized that it bred worms. It does seem though that Herod lingered much longer than average for sufferers from this disease, which can kill quickly.
    Notes from the historian Josephus
    like Rotting Logs?

  17. 20 Now he was very angry with the people of Tyre and Sidon; and with one accord they came to him, and having won over Blastus the king’s chamberlain, they were asking for peace, because their country was fed by the king’s country. 21 On an appointed day Herod, having put on his royal apparel, took his seat on the rostrum and began delivering an address to them. 22 The people kept crying out, “The voice of a god and not of a man!” 23 And immediately an angel of the Lord struck him because he did not give God the glory, and he was eaten by worms and died.
    24 But the word of the Lord continued to grow and to be multiplied.
    25 And Barnabas and Saul returned from Jerusalem when they had fulfilled their mission, taking along with them John, who was also called Mark.
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    New American Standard Bible Copyright © 1960, 1962, 1963, 1968, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1977, 1995 by The Lockman Foundation, La Habra, Calif. All rights reserved. For Permission to Quote Information visit http://www.lockman.org.
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  18. Very good. I hope someone who scours the web regarding Morgellon for different reasons of interest than our and sees this. They will then know that time passing doesn’t always make ppl forget.

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