Some peace while putting the pieces together

I am creating this at the new coffee shop in town. The owner and I just talked about a concept we're calling a "bright ripple". The bright ripple starts with one, builds to two, and keeps growing. It's positive action growing exponentially until it creates a tsunami of bright beauty and chases off the dark. Everyone get your boards and surf the ripple!
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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Letter to the Editor of The Examiner, San Francisco

The CDC recently released and posted online Clinical, epidemiologic, histopathologic and molecular features of an unexplained dermopathy which included a map showing a cluster of Morgellons Disease sufferers associated with the Guadalupe River watershed downstream from the New Almaden Mercury Mines. While some in the medical world suggest this symptoms set best fits in the diagnosis of Delusional Parasitosis, my research and experience suggests symptoms relate to mercury toxicity (see Keleher in Explore! Journal for the medical professional- issues 17.4, 17.6, 20.5, and 21.1). Paresthesia (crawling, biting, poking sensations under/on skin) is a known symptom of mercury poisoning (see accounts of Minimata, Japan as well as Northern Iraq or do a search on pubmed.gov of “mercury” and “parensthesia”). The best means of determining a systemic body burden of mercury may be testing gluathione levels. I believe further investigations are needed.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

CDC Report Morgellons Cluster in Guadalupe River Watershed



The CDC report on Morgellons (Unexplained Dermopathy) defines a cluster of Morgellons sufferers near the base of the Guadalupe River watershed. Upriver from this is the remains of the New Almaden Mercury Mines (largest mercury mines ever in the US). The case for a connection between Morgellons symptoms and mercury exposure is growing stronger every day.

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Watch Hungry for Change

The folks who produced Food Matters have just released another excellent health related movie. It is made up of mostly interviews of experts. It is free online until the end of the month. The title is Hungry for Change. It is definitely worth a watch!

Friday, March 2, 2012

Want to Read Some of My Fiction?

I have just epublished a young adult novel titled Chicken Scratch Yazzie. It has absolutely nothing to do with Morgellons (which is a good thing don't you think?) Anyhow, links are below- Joe

J. W. Keleher's Smashwords Author Profile: http://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/JWKeleher2
Book page to sample or purchase Chicken Scratch Yazzie: http://smashwords.com/b/138257

Worth Watching!

http://fox13now.com/2012/02/24/curious-controversial-disease-morgellons-confounding-patients-doctors-alike/?fb_ref=s%3DshowShareBarUI%3Ap%3Dfacebook-like&fb_source=profile_multiline

http://foodmatters.tv/CampaignProcess.aspx?A=Link&VID=12104220&KID=130278&LID=488129&O=http%3a%2f%2fwww.hungryforchange.tv%2f

I hope both of these links work (I'm not certain why I always have difficulties with link...you may have to cut and paste). One is to a two part series on Morgellons. The second is a trailer for a new movie by the folk who brought us Food Matters. It looks like it'll be great....and it's free at the end of the month (just need to sign up).

I hope everyone is well! Joe