Morgellon’s from a Higher Perspective
We’re hearing more about “Morgellon’s” these days - the mysterious condition in which the skin seems to be infested with foreign fibers. Current efforts to treat it amount to an attempt to get rid of the surface expression of it in any way possible, and give the person some symptom relief.
Certainly people need that relief, but in order to get to the bottom of the problem, we need to look at the issue from a higher perspective. Otherwise, all we can do is continue to throw the pasta against the wall and hope something sticks. And if it sticks in one case, will it stick in another case? And for how long? We’ll never know, that way.
As I discussed in my article on the Educate-Yourself website, what needs to be understood is that Morgellon’s is a description of symptoms, which can have multiple underlying causes.
Symptoms are effects of causes, so treating symptoms alone is what in homeopathy we call palliation, not cure. To be curative, a treatment must eradicate the underlying disease entity that is giving rise to the symptoms.
And to do that, the disease entity needs to be identified - this is the basis for a true system of diagnosis, as opposed to the allopathic disease labels that are mistakenly called diagnosis.
So, with Morgellon’s as with any other medical condition, we need to diagnose the underlying diseases, which are going to be different for each person who share the same condition. In other words, even though a dozen people all may have Morgellon’s, they all have different diseases, so they each require a different treatment protocol.
This is predicated on the understanding that disease is an energetic disturbance, and can be caused by emotional trauma, physical trauma, poisoning, inherited predispositions, drugs, infectious microbes (less often than is thought), and/or deep fears and false beliefs.
Usually anyone who is chronically ill has many such “diseases” and given that many of us have lived close to half a century, we’ve accumulated quite a few emotional and physical traumas over the years. All of these shocks that we don’t completely resolve at the time, in addition to other diseases mentioned above, become lodged in our etheric body and weaken the life force.
Then, according to the person’s particular susceptibility, they might develop Morgellon’s, or chronic fatigue, or MS, or any other condition. But it’s important to understand that the particular FORM of the condition is not so important as the ORIGIN of it on the level where these energetic disturbances are taking place.
We cant’ successfully treat a condition which is the effect of something, without identifying that original something â€“ the true disease entity. And this can and is being done quite successfully using Dr. Hahnemann’s 200-year old blueprint for disease diagnosis and cure.
Even though Morgellon’s is a new form, the true principles of science never change; we only expand our understanding of them. By contrast, everything in allopathic medicine is always changing, because there is no foundational system of principles to hang anything on.
With Morgellon’s fibers or any other entity that doesn’t belong in the body, you have to wonder why the body is holding onto it in the first place. There are many people suggesting all sort of herbs and even crude poisons such as chlorine to drive out the parasites.
But you have to ask, what reason does the wisdom of the body have for holding onto them so tightly? If you can force the toxins out, they’d come right back if the underlying reason why the body accepted them in the first place, isn’t being addressed.
When the body is stressed, it uses common microorganisms like yeasts and bacteria and morphs them into more highly developed forms (pleomorphism) because they are actually needed for the healing process. See my article on the role of microbes in Dr. Hamer’s German New Medicine.
The problem is that when the body produces these pleomorphic organisms, we get nasty symptoms, because the healing phase of illness is more uncomfortable than the disease phase! In the healing phase, the body is a bit like a wind-up toy car that has hit a wall and keeps spinning its wheels trying to get past it.
To get rid of symptoms allopathically is like forcing the wheels to stop spinning, or taking the wheels off the car. That quiets the symptom down, but the blockage is still there, and we still havent’ gone through. Proper homeopathic treatment can actually remove the blockage, so the body doesn’t need to produce such a powerful healing reaction to power its way through.
Then the body is ready to let go of the pleomorphic microbes, and the symptoms come to a natural resolution. Otherwise, there are lots of things that can be done to palliate symptoms (make people feel better, relieve the suffering), but without removing the actual blockage, it’s only a temporary band-aid treatment that leaves the causative agents to continue trying to express the underlying diseases by whatever routes it can.
Temporary relief is fine, but treatments that suppress the symptoms will push them deeper into the system where they will have to emerge again, and usually in a more intense or damaging way.
The various herbal or nutritional “cures” may give temporary relief, but can’t remove the actual blockages. This is understood according to Dr. Hahnemann’s brilliant system of medicine which explains precisely what each treatment does and what it can and can’t address. It’s a system of disease “jurisdiction.”
If you have an issue that by natural law comes under a certain jurisdiction, just like prosecuting a crime, you could have a brilliant strategy for trying the case but if you take it to the wrong court, you won’t get results.
We have to know exactly what we’re dealing with in terms of disease jurisdictions, and mostly in the field of natural medicine it’s just hit or miss, trying to get symptoms to go away without proper understanding to address the real underlying issues.
A proper treatment for someone with Morgellon’s would start by working out a map of the territory - identifying the various disease disturbances that are present for that particular individual.
Remedies might include dynamic (”homeopathic”) potencies of the Morgellon’s fiber itself, which is called a nosode, and works according to the law of similars (which is the curative law of nature.)
Other remedies might include dynamic Silica which works to drive foreign objects out of the body (when the body is ready for it).
Remedies can be given that match the total symptom picture, which is so detailed that it’s actually different for each person even though the symptoms might appear the same. This remedy would annihilate the disease that causes those symptoms. Often it requires multiple doses over a period of time to chip away at some of these diseases which are deeply lodged.
It may be appropriate to remove some of the pathogenic load in the meantime, and that can be done in various ways - using dynamic remedies, using a zapper, etc.
But treatment is approached in a rational, systematic way, rather than empirically trying to get outer results without conscious understanding based on principle. Without principle, we have no idea whether one treatment that worked for one person will also work for another person. We’re limited to the hit-or-miss world of medicine as it commonly exists, without a map. But the map, and the itinerary can all be known.
I would recommend that Morgellon’s sufferers or anyone wishing to address chronic illness more deeply, look at Dr. Hahnemann’s complete system of medicine, as practiced here.