Morgellons Disease: Spider mite infestation

Muscle testing shows that Morgellons1 is a spider mite infestation.

I know, the mystery is much more interesting, but what if that's all that is. Being infested with spider mites that inoculate you with their eggs, the eggs develop into nymphs, the nymphs come out of your anus or sometimes your vagina, and need to still feed on you, so they bite you.

The spider mites consider you food... and attempt to immobilize you with spider web...

The mites are tiny, and the fiber like spider web pieces are tiny too.

What none of the researchers did, none of the doctors, not the CDC is actually observe.

If you feel like bugs are crawling on your skin, you have skin sores or bites, you have bites that are very red... chances are that you have some bugs on you.

Last night when I could not sleep, I played a movie in my head about an observation aided with a camera. The patient with the symptoms is sleeping... most of these symptoms become unbearable at night. During the day the activity in the world, work, reading, watching TV, masks the sensations...

But at night, all hell breaks loose. You feel everything and the sensations won't let you fall asleep no matter how tired you are. At least that is my experience.

So in that time relapse movie we see tiny crawling insects originating from the underwear of the patient... the insect find a spot and bite down and don't move again.

So next night we take off the underwear, and set up cameras in different position.

In the time-lapse video what we'll see is insect spilling out of the anus and immediately starting their migration, looking for a suitable molting area...hidden and protected from the movements of the patient.

A day, two, three later our insect molts and becomes an eight-legged spider. Gross...

But it isn't in the patient's head...

The question is: why didn't the patient report itching in the nether area? Why didn't any of the interviewers suspect that the insects are coming from the anus (and in some cases from the vagina as well?)

Because unless you can imagine, you won't even think of asking that question.

It took me a month's worth of observation, night after miserable night, through my feelings, which are extraordinarily developed, to finally get the connection.

The adult mite enters your mouth or nose, and lays her eggs. Your swallow reflex makes you swallow them. The average time the food gets through a person's system is 3-4 days, that's how long the egg needs to travel to come out as a nymph.

The group develops its own air tent and travels as a bubble.

Nymphs that are born before the bubble reaches the anus actually try to bore themselves into the walls of the intestines, causing bleeding, and mini tumors.

If your digestion is slow, you will have fully developed spider mites coming out on the lower end. If your digestion is normal, then you'll have the nymphs... and if it is too fast, then you may get lucky, and avoid nymphs altogether.

What treatments have I experienced that work:

This paragraph would be really long if I wrote down all the things that didn't work.

But I won't go there in this article... instead I tell you the two substances that seem to kill the nymphs: Diatomaceous Earth, and Benzyl Benzoate.

Next I am going to test if I can put DE and Benzyl Benzoate in capsules, and take them orally. It may be a total failure, but it needs to be tested.

The adult mites, so far, only react to MMS, Master Mineral Solution, which is a Sodium Chlorate, activated. I have tested it, and it doesn't work on nymphs at all. But it kills the adults... the challenge is to find them.

I am also contemplating ordering predator mites that feed on spider mites... if I understand correctly. I will notify you of all developments... as they become clear, and tested.

  1. This article is from WebMD:
    In this article

    Symptoms of Morgellons
    Treatment of Morgellons
    Who Gets Morgellons
    The Debate Over Morgellons

    Morgellons is a controversial and poorly understood condition in which unusual thread-like fibers appear under the skin. The patient may feel like something is crawling, biting, or stinging all over.

    Some medical experts say Morgellons is a physical illness. Others suggest it is a type of psychosis called "delusional parasitosis," in which a person thinks parasites have infected their skin.

    Your doctor may call it an "unexplained dermopathy," which means a skin condition that occurs without a known reason. Other medical professionals have dubbed the condition "fiber disease."

    Symptoms of Morgellons

    Unpleasant skin sensations are the main complaint. People with Morgellons may also complain of:

    Feeling like bugs are crawling all over the skin.
    Burning or stinging sensations under the skin.
    Intense itching.
    Skin sores that appear suddenly and heal slowly.
    Sores that leave very red (hyperpigmented) scars.

    Some patients report thread-like fibers stuck in the skin.

    People with Morgellons sometimes complain of other symptoms which may include:

    Difficulty paying attention and concentrating
    Extreme fatigue
    Hair loss
    Joint and muscle pain
    Nervous system problems
    Tooth loss
    Sleep problems
    Short-term memory loss

    Treatment of Morgellons

    There is no known cure for Morgellons. Treating any medical or psychiatric problems that occur at the same time as Morgellons may help ease Morgellons symptoms in some patients.

    A team of medical researchers at the Mayo Clinic also recommend that patients with these symptoms should undergo psychiatric evaluation.
    Who Gets Morgellons

    In the past, few doctors had heard of Morgellons. But in response to scattered reports, the CDC worked together with several other health care agencies to investigate this condition. Most reports came from California, Texas, and Florida, although patients have been seen in all 50 states.

    The CDC study found that Morgellons is most likely to affect middle-aged white women.

    Many of the patients in the CDC study showed signs of being obsessively concerned about health problems in general. This is called somatic concerns.

    About half of the people in the study had other health problems, including depression and drug abuse.
    The Debate Over Morgellons

    The question of whether Morgellons is a disease or a delusion has prompted debate and new research in recent years.

    The CDC states that the condition is not caused by an infection or anything in the environment.

    The CDC study also included a lab analysis of skin fibers in Morgellons patients. The analysis showed that these fibers were mostly cotton, such as typically found in clothing or bandages.

    CDC research also revealed that the skin sores seemed to be the result of long-term picking and scratching the skin.

    The CDC report goes on to say: "We were not able to conclude, based on this study, whether this unexplained dermopathy represents a new condition, as has been proposed by those who use the term Morgellons, or wider recognition of an existing condition such as delusional parasitosis."

    The results of the CDC study have been archived and are no longer updated. The CDC does not plan to do any further research on the matter.

    Besides the CDC, other research teams have contributed to the debate on Morgellons.

    Previous case studies and research have suggested that Morgellons may be linked to Lyme disease. Some patients with signs and symptoms of Morgellons had tested positive for the bacteria that causes Lyme disease.

    But according to Morgellons researchers at Oklahoma State University, there is no evidence to prove this theory. Likewise, there was no evidence of Lyme infection in any of the people in the CDC study.

    A 2010 study found a potential link between Morgellons symptoms and an underactive thyroid (hypothyroidism). More research needs to be done to further investigate this finding.

    Morgellons also appears similar to a condition seen in cattle called bovine digital dermatitis, which is due to an infection, according to a 2011 study. But no conclusions can be reached from these small studies. []

13 thoughts on “Morgellons Disease: Spider mite infestation”

  1. Sophie, I admit I was afraid to tell you that I can’t tolerate DE and ask you if there was another solution taking it. I tolerate lots of things but DE and Min-Col are two things that make me really sick. It gives me nausea and headache. Maybe I could try to encapsulate it. I would like to ask if you could muscle test if raising stomach acid with Hydrochloric acid (HCL) or lemon water, made according to Reams recipe, could help to kill the eggs during digestion? Thank you.

    1. Amy, I recommend that you find yourself another guru or teacher. If you are going to only use me to muscle test your questions, I am misused, and I won’t do it.

      Now, if you want to stay a student, and want to ask me questions, make sure that you ask the kind of questions that first take into consideration what I teach. I am more than happy to refund the money you paid for this site.

      1. No, I don’t think that would be true. I don’t do things just to do something. I take things you teach seriously. I’ve been doing all the steps you’ve described.. Dusted DE in my house (risking angry remarks from my husband Lol), set up alcohol traps, I’ve been wiping my self (and my kids) with wine or vinegar and DE. The only thing I haven’t been able to take is 3 TBS of DE but I am looking at ordering a different brand thinking it might make a difference. My DE is powdered glass and I am looking at getting powdered shells. I have also read that some people say you have to take it slowly increasing the dose so I started again from 1/2 tsp few times a day with lemon juice in it and its tolerable. I am excited about DE.

        1. This is how I’d like you to be: try to understand the why of things. The real, truthful, why of things. That will give you plenty of questions to ask, and you won’t go astray.

          For example, you could ask: what kind of mite infestation do I have, Sophie? you haven’t asked that: you assumed.
          You don’t know what the DE does… ask that question. If your DE is ground glass, then it is not DE, by the way… And DE is not even powdered shells, they are the actual carcasses of insects of millions of years ago, not powdered… at all…

          I’d like you to be intelligent, at least a little bit.

          Ask the question: is what DE does: can it be done in other ways? Ask it of me… you don’t have to be a researcher, you have another job. But stupidity combined with arrogance is the worst way to be… And you have been that way, you know that, I hope, and I hope you are not offended. We all fall into that trap from time to time.

  2. Thank you Sophie. I am not offended. I like to be straitened out because that helps me see how I am going astray. Thank you for all those example questions. I, for some reason, thought if I ask you questions like that I would sound stupid and be burdensome to you. I did wanted to ask questions like that but instead listened to another voice and ended up being stupid. Hmm… this made me look and see that that’s how I’ve always been. I didn’t see it before. I knew if you were “mad” at me for something, that it meant I am not doing something right but I couldn’t see what it was and didn’t want to ask. I can see that it will take me a lot of work to ask intelligent questions, but it’s time. : ). Is this product a true DE? Thank you!

    1. We won’t use DE in this program any more, so don’t buy any, not for the biting mites.

      I will post the regimen for the spider mites today, no DE at all.

  3. EVIL-ution and Synthetic Biology:
    I risk getting barred out of your members site for this excentric post, nevertheless, here goes;
    First, I’m grateful that you’re finding solutions to the spider mite epidemic. However, I disagree that Morgellon’s, as you suggest, is synonymous with a (spider) mite infestation. Although there does appear to be a connection and overlap, including the remedies, which might account for the positive muscle test result for those two ‘different’ conditions. You mentioned Monsanto (GMO’s?) and that spider mites invading the human body is a recent ‘evolution’ (more like devolution!) over the last 30 years or so. Pesticide related? The first GMO’s were officially introduced around ’94 and Chemtrails started to be reported in the late 90’s.

    There’s a definite correlation between chemtrail* components found in air and rainwater samples, that includes synthetic and engineered biologicals [parasites/fungus/mould spores], nano fibres, metallic salts and the same unnatural fibres, parasites, fungus and even tiny crystalline hexagonal components found in morgellon’s patients. These hollow polyethylene fibres that can grow and replicate don’t burn, have magnetic and artificial properties. I don’t know what the connection is with the mites, if any; perhaps they’re genetically-engineered mites, a sort of nanobot! or they’re just normal mites attracted to the synthetic fungus that everyone is exposed to and breathing in. Apparently ALL people tested to date, whether they show typical morgellon’s symptoms or not, have signs of these fibres in their saliva. (Ref:

    The poor trees and plants that are infested with spider mites have probably already been damaged by the toxic metallic oxides from the chemtrails that are being sprayed all over the world.

    I could have written much more on this but it’s not my place to do so and it’s a digression from the main subject of mites.

    *I have taken photographs of these fibrous aerosol clouds above my apartment! They’re not contrails or natural clouds.

    1. Andy, you are sharing Tree of Knowledge. You have NO REAL IDEA OR EXPERIENCE, and when that is the case, screaming bloody murder, speaking as if you knew is very very very very damaging to you, and it’s low vibration.

      Even if what you say is accurate, you don’t know.

      I am not kicking you out, but please stay with the purpose of this site: getting your body and your life back, where you know… where you can, where you have power. That, my friend is high vibration.

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