Morgellons Transgenic Smoky Brown Cockroach

The scientific name for this roach Periplaneta Fuliginosa.
The baby is called Nymph.
Its Antennas have white tips and 26 segments.
Blue fibers are coming out of the structure on the posterior called a cercus.
Insects have symbiont fungus and bacteria which live in their digestive and reproductive tracts.
Symbionts are two species that benefit each other by living together.
When the eggs are laid in a person’s skin, the bacteria, fungus, protozoa, and viruses are injected along with them. This foreign material causes an immune reaction.

An insect laid eggs in a lady’s neck which resulted in a rash and a fever.
Morgellons often starts with insect bites to the back of the neck.
There may be an immune reaction which shows that genetic changes are taking place. Don’t ignore this. Extreme reactions can be lethal.

If this happens to you, rub it with ice to stop the fever and keep it cold as you can. There may be quite a few eggs in the skin at the same injection site.
The virulence of engineered Morgellons animals makes the cytokine reaction very serious. The ice will lessen the reaction.

What the roach laid in her skin was not actually a cockroach egg, it contains parasites from the reproductive or digestive tract. Cockroaches are known to carry 7 species of helminths: hookworm, roundworms, pinworm & whipworm.
The objects the baby cockroach laid in the lady’s skin possible contain parasites, pathogenic bacteria, worms, fungus, protozoa, viruses, proteins & mites, (known to be carried by roaches).

During her captivity the baby roach produced these objects:
A colony of worms and offspring (eggs).
Biofilm mat of parasitic worms.
Similar Objects.
Another object found by a Morgellons victim which carries something similar.
A parasite mat was associated with this object as well.

The Natural Smoky Brown Cockroach
The adult is 1 ¼ to 1 ½ inches, dark brown to black. They live an average of 6-12 months.
The wings extend beyond the abdomen in both sexes. Antennas are as long or longer than the body.
The natural female lays an egg capsule every 10-15 days. She lays up to 17 capsules in her lifetime. Up to 24 eggs in each capsule.
Younger nymphs are black with 2 white bands on the body and white-tipped antenna.
The stripes are transparent and you can see the insides of the bug working.
The teenage nymph is uniformly reddish brown.

Where does this insect normally live? They live in California, Texas, Florida and other southern states.
The smoky brown cockroach lives in protected, moist, warm places away from moving air such as ground cover, mulch, palm fronds, eaves of attics and tree holes. They mature in 3-9 mos. & have a life cycle of about 17 months.

What is the unusual about this bug?
1. Do cockroach live on or lay eggs on humans?
2. Do roaches seek out human skin to deposit objects containing parasites or worms?
3. Do roaches seek out a particular place such as the back of the neck to do that?

Assuming this is an insect delivering special things in special ways, could this be a man-made device?

The ecdysone hormone receptor is installed in the victim via a bug bite. What is the purpose of genetic changes in the victim?
An inducible Expression System is installed in human cells. The presence of ecdysone from the insect triggers translation of DNA and expression of various types of pathogenic proteins.
Transgenic DNA is implanted in cells preparing the human for further genetic changes which eventually create pathogenic protein products which cause disease.

This is called Pathogenic Protein Seeding and may result in Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Neurodegenerative and other diseases.

“Corruptive protein templating of misfolded proteins” is a template for proteopathy. Proteopahy is a condition caused by pathogenic proteins.

This is only part of what the Morgellons complex of pathogens accomplishes.

Mother nature is screaming.

Read “Morgellons Definitive Cure” Post For A Very Helpful Information On How You Can Recover From Morgellons.
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