The Magazine for Sufferers of Morg, Lyme and More

Lint or Critter? That’s Easy…

October 24, 2011 By: kajay Category: F-Zymes, Morgellons

There are two things that our critters have that we can identify positively to distinguish them from lint:

They BITE. Lint does not bite. It might sting if it causes an allergic or chemical reaction in the skin, but it does not – EVER – leave bloody holes in our skin. As we all know, our critters DO.

I can, under a 60X microscope (all I use) SEE their little black legs amongst the beigey-grayish fibers, quite often identify at least one PAIR of legs. Lint has no legs. Also, those legs often clearly end in insect feet, and I can often also see what are clearly cilia on the legs.


Leave a Reply