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Morgellon’s Victim Has Pristine Microscope Footage of ‘Black Fibers Emerging From Skin’

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William Windsor is a man from Liverpool, England who is afflicted with what we call Morgellon’s Disease.

He has uploaded several videos to YouTube, of black things coming out of his skin (all over his body), of what the black material looks like under the microscope, and other aspects of his strange condition.

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In one video, he provides excellent visual evidence of black things coming out of his hands.

In another video, he proceeded to put the black material under a microscope, resulting in some of the best footage perhaps available on the internet about what this stuff is. The microscope footage clearly shows that these are black balls of fiber, although what that means is completely unclear.

A video he uploaded this week explores even more microscope footage.

Victims of Morgellon’s have spoken about self replicating fibers for years.

Despite all of these people who can provide video evidence of fibers coming out of their skin, despite them putting it under microscopes to show exactly how unusual it looks, they are ridiculed and ignored.

Many people suspect Morgellon’s is some kind of biowarfare agent, or man-made weapon.

As people have been afflicted with the disease after being exposed to heavy chemtrail spraying, many suspect it has something to do with that.

Alternatively, William’s Twitter explains that he used to be in the Royal Air Force: maybe he was exposed to something in the military?

Knowing that researchers at places like Israel Institute of Technology are writing papers about encapsulating bacteria and viruses in electrospun nanofibers, or knowing that academics and government are openly calling for the skies to be sprayed to “combat global warming,” it appears we’re on the precipice of an avalanche of complicated, potentially dangerous technologies.

It would be wise to anticipate this technology and prepare for all the possibilities with mindfulness, reserve, and astute daily observation of our surroundings.

To understand the probability of such a thing being a threat, first we must know the history of biowarfare, mad science, experiments on citizens and the like: so research away. All the information one could want is at our fingertips.

Image credit: William Windsor

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Fitness Coach Shares Army Technique To Fall Asleep In 2 Minutes

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We’re guessing that at least a few of you may have had a few nights – if not countless ones – where sleep didn’t necessarily come easily.

Indeed, about one in four Americans has experienced a strong bout of insomnia at some point each year. The sleeping disorder leads to poor health, weakened immunity and daytime fatigue, among other problems.

However, self-proclaimed fitness expert and personal trainer Justin Agustin claims that he knows the secret to slipping into a good night’s rest within minutes.

Agustin recently shared the video on TikTok, captioning his video with the exciting title: “Technique to falling asleep in two minutes!” 

The clip has since racked up several million views, around 300,000 likes and thousands of comments, with many verifying that the technique worked for them.

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“This technique was developed in the military to allow soldiers to fall asleep at any time, any place – even on the battlefield when the environment is extremely uncomfortable and there’s a lot of noise happening … Sleep for a soldier is crucial,” Agustin explained.

“According to my research, this was developed mainly for fighter pilots who need 100 percent of their reflexes and focus, which we all know decreases with the lack of sleep,” he added. 

“You simply have to start by ‘calming your body’ by shutting down and relaxing each part of your body, from ‘head to toe’. 

“Start by relaxing the muscles in your forehead,” Agustin continued.

“Relax your eyes, your cheeks, your jaw and focus on your breathing. Now go down to your neck and your shoulders. 

“Make sure your shoulders are not tensed up. Drop them as low as you can and keep your arms loose by your side, including your hands and fingers.” 

As you do this, you should ‘imagine this warm sensation going from your head to all the way down to your fingertips. 

“Take a deep breath and slowly exhale, relaxing your chest, your stomach, down to your thighs, knees, legs and feet,” he said.

“Again, imagine this warm sensation going down from your heart all the way to your toes.” 

Continuing, Agustin explained that the purpose was to “clear your mind of any stresses.” 

“To do this, think of two scenarios: One – you’re lying in a canoe on a calm lake with nothing but a clear blue sky above you. Two – you’re lying in a black velvet hammock in a pitch black room. 

“At any time when you start thinking of anything else or you start getting distracted, repeat these words for 10 seconds: ‘Don’t think, don’t think, don’t think.’” 

Agustin claims that one can perfect this technique by practicing it every night for no less than six weeks, saying: “Apparently, 96 percent of people who mastered this technique are actually able to fall asleep within two minutes of shutting their eyes.” 

A number of commenters vouched for the technique, with one claiming: “I’m a military brat and was taught this. I also had a veteran as a psychology teacher in college who taught this. it definitely works.” 

Another said: “I didn’t know this was a military thing. A college prof told me about this. I fall asleep before I reach my feet.”

While a third commented: “We learned this at summer camp back in the late 70s. I love it.”

However, one commenter wryly noted: “Tik Tok don’t help either.”

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In World First, Man Receives Heart Transplanted From Gene-Hacked Pig

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In a groundbreaking world first, a 57-year-old man in the U.S. has become the first person in the world to receive a heart transplant from a genetically-modified pig.

The revolutionary procedure’s apparent success offers hope to hundreds of thousands of people who are struggling with failing vital organs amid scarce supplies of human organs.

The patient, David Bennett of Maryland, is in good shape days after the experimental seven-hour operation took place in Baltimore on Friday, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center.

The surgical procedure is the result of years of fervent efforts by researchers to develop pigs whose organs would be compatible with the human body, and was made possible by recent advances in gene editing and cloning technology. The heart transplant was preceded months ago by a successful kidney transplant in New York which also used an organ harvested from a genetically engineered pig.

“This is a watershed event,” said David Klassen, chief medical officer at the United Network for Organ Sharing, reports New York Times. “Doors are starting to open that will lead, I believe, to major changes in how we treat organ failure.”

The University of Maryland doctors received a special dispensation from regulators to carry out the procedure due to the fact that Bennett’s death was certain in the absence of a transplant.

Surgeon Bartley Griffith, who took part in the transplant, expressed pride in taking part in bringing the world “one step closer to solving the organ shortage crisis,” reports BBC. Roughly 17 people die every day in the U.S. while awaiting transplants, which are in extremely short supply.

“People die all the time on the waiting list, waiting for organs. If we could use genetically engineered pig organs they’d never have to wait, they could basically get an organ as they needed it,” said Christine Lau, Department of Surgery at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.

“Plus, we wouldn’t have to fly all over the country at night-time to recover organs to put them into recipients.”

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