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All reminds me to the story as it happend with the . syphilis experiment in Guatemala and as well in Tuskegee/Alabama, leaded by . health authorities!

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Furthermore, I would like to claim that Lyme disease (some may have that too), which is caused by the spirochetal bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi , is not only transmitted by ticks, but also by other vectors, such as worms (nematodes), lice, mosquitoes, fleas, termites (symbiont: Borrelia recurrentis ) and many other kinds of insect and arthropod vectors. These vectors can live in symbiosis with spirochetes and now, perhaps, with this filamentous organism sold by biotech companies.

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If we assume that this fungus-like life form can perhaps assimilate or hijack the DNA of other organisms naturally, and the involved bacteria, such as enterobacteria or A. tumifaciens can transfer DNA to other organisms naturally, what kind of new organism comes out then? This new organism could possibly even switch through all genetically included life forms or gen sequences when needed, adapting itself better to any possible host or environment for its survival.

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Many people do not know that Lyme disease ( Borrelia burgdorferi , spirochete bacteria) is contagious almost in the same manner as syphilis ( Treponema pallidum , another spirochete bacteria) and Lyme can be also transmitted perhaps sexually or sometimes over the sweat.

For an infected person, each day counts until one finally figures out what disease one has. Many months or years go by, and by then, probably, one is already in the last stage, too. Everyone could be affected by it in the future, not only the smaller, more susceptible populations with lowered immune systems.

Particularly in the USA, where most cases of infection were initially recorded, most scientists are still in the dark regarding the cause of this disease. At least this disease is now somehow recognized and acknowledged by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and the . Congress also released money for further investigations in 7558.

The body and skin of different hosts offers variable living conditions, in chemical and physical regard and to which known endo- and ectoparasites can adapt quickly. Assuming a broad host spectrum and the especially high adaptability of these virulent parasites, they represent a unique kind of inner morphologic variability and chemical expression. One could divide the variability of these and most other parasites to mutate or adapt into three criteria:

Additionally, also external pathogens might be transmitted from this organism X, as . from the natural environment or from the gastrointestinal tract of nematodes, arthropods and insects (. Borrelia, Babesia and Bartonella etc.), that bio-pesticides actually kill or eat.

There are many similarities regarding Morgellons and spirochetal infections. A very good research on oral spirochetes and pleomorphism, spore-like and granulate forms was done by the dentist William D. Nordquist.

During the Middle Ages in Europe and the Middle East there was much armed conflict between Christians and Muslims. Christians called these conflicts the Crusades because they were fighting under the sign of the cross to save the holy lands of the Bible from being desecrated by non-Christians. However, the true reason for fighting for these lands was less than holy. It was mainly a desire for economic gain that prompted the Christian leaders to send soldiers to fight in the Holy Land.

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