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Protection and Camouflage

April 29, 2012 By: kajay Category: Best Practices, Clothes

Fibers
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When I first began looking through a microscope, I was finding only the two creatures I now believe to be springtails and feather-winged beetles. I cannot swear to this identification. I am not a scientist. I can only say that the photographs I took matched those of photos taken by others and identified in these ways.

Later I began to find the fibrous critters, and at first I thought the fibers were legs. They are not. The gray fibers seem to serve two purposes.

Protection

Morgellons organisms covered with fibers are hard, and feel like irregular grains of salt. Without fibers, the same organisms feel soft. The fibers, when present, serve a protective role.

Camouflage

“When we see leaf-eating insects green, and bark-feeders mottled-grey; the alpine ptarmigan white in winter, the red-grouse the colour of heather, and the black-grouse that of peaty earth, we must believe that these tints are of service to these birds and insects in preserving them from danger.” — Darwin, Origin of Species, 1859.

Morgellons uses two primary forms of camouflage, mimesis and mimicry, to avoid detection.

Mimesis, also called masquerading, makes an organism resemble something of no interest.

Mimicry makes it resemble something poisonous or distasteful.  Morgellons are often, and understandably, misidentified as lint. Lint is both uninteresting and distasteful.

What Works4Me, Part 3

December 28, 2011 By: kajay Category: Best Practices, Clothes, F-Zymes, Morgellons

Clothes Spray

This helps reduce bites from “sheds,” that is, from anything that “falls out” of my scalp. In a quart spray bottle, I add 6 oz of Jeffers Pet’s Foot and Hoof Rot spray, 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of herbal insect repellent (I like Legacy Herbs), and fill with water.

Skin Treatment

This significantly reduces crawling and biting. I apply this from the neck down twice daily: once when I am dressing for work and again when I am getting ready for bed.
In a plastic milk pitcher, I use a large wire whisk to mix–
  • 3 1-quart bottles of Luster’s Pink Oil (original not light)
  • 1 tsp of Legacy Herbs Insect Repellent
  • 1/4 Cup of Jeffers Pet’s Foot and Hoof Rot spray
I pour this mixture into a single-serving, melamine pasta bowl. I scoop it out with both hands and can apply all over very quickly this way.
I apply to privates first then everywhere else (on my feet I first apply an antimicrobial).
Check back tomorrow  night for the life-saving techniques I have developed and used for years with any number of products.

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