Some peace while putting the pieces together

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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

My Theory on the Foundation of Morgellons

I have worked out my thoughts on the foundation of Morgellons. It's pretty simple really. I think the primary symptoms are due to mercury changing from inorganic to organic to inorganic. In the organic state, mercury can move beyond the blood brain barrier. It may accumulate beyond the barrier in an inorganic state. As amounts beyond the barrier increase, the symptoms worsen.

I took about a week to write up this theory in hopes of getting it published and viewed by those who need to consider it. A number of medical doctors have been reviewing my writing this past week (I'd like it to be presented the best it can be). Anyhow, in seeking feedback, Pamela Crane of Hyper Toxic World asked if I'd be willing to be a part of a related radio show along with Patricia Springstead RN and her husband Dr. Richard Springstead. It'd be taped (and first aired I think) on April 28th. Here's the link to promote this: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pamcrane/2011/04/28/beyond-the-barrier-a-hypothetical-model-for-cause-and-progression-of-morgellons-disease . It should be interesting for all involved.

4 comments:

  1. That is pretty interesting. This is Jenny, the tired teacher from over there on Mundane's blog. Thanks for the encouragement. I played with plenty of mercury when I was a little kid! Coated pennies to make them look like dimes, had a lot of fun with the stuff. Got a mouthful of fillings when I was 12, and a few crowns with adhesives a few years ago, and of course prior to the crowns, they grind up the old amalgam, dust flies all over in the mouth. I'll be planting a lot of cilantro this year.

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  2. Jenny, An old (or should I say former) girlfriend of mine teaches in the Denver district. A lot of people have played with inorganic mercury and have amalgam fillings. The surge and increase in number of people with symptoms I think relates to mercury changing in species to an organic (by interacting with dental adhesive chemicals) and passing through the blood/brain barrier. Once beyond the barrier (as I understand organic mercury is attracted to fat...in this case the brain), the mercury becomes inorganic again. It sounds like you need to have a biologic dentist look at your situation...I would also recommend you consider the water you are bathing in (if it is in a watershed of gold/silver mining...which is likely in Denver...then mercury is in the tailing piles). Definitely get a good shower filter...possibly consider sponge bathing until you are certain your have minimized the toxins getting into your system. I hope these suggestions are helpful. Take care, Joe

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  3. Interesting once again. The fillings have been in my mouth for a looooong time, still 5 amalgams in there, but Morgellens did not start until I had crowns, which have the adhesives.I was also bitten by unusual bugs that summer, so I can join those people on that theory, too. I'll be going cilantro tea shopping today. Do you have all your amalgams out?

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  4. I had nine amalgam fillings removed and replaced. If you decide to get amalgam fillings removed, please have it done by a qualified biologic dentist (if your don't, you're certain to have much more mercury released into your system). Bio-compatibility needs to be check by lab (there are several labs doing this in Colorado).

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