The damage caused by insect bites
Date: 6/23/2015 9:48:54 AM ( 7 y ) ... viewed 377 times
Where a person is bitten - wrists, forearms, neck and ankles, and by the type of insect, flea, gnat, tick, bug ect. and the type of energy contamination - is significant.
The poison from bites on the wrists and forearms gets into the bone marrow where it's information's extracted and passed on into the bodies blueprint.
Energy from bites to the ankles gets into the energy system where it tends to stay as it's fairly resistant to the pumping action of the body. It can also absorb body energy so it expands.
Energy from bites to the skin can get into the nervous system where it becomes a factor in nerve related conditions.
Energy from dog flea bites to the inner left forearm and lower left leg is a factor in Parkinson's Disease, as it spreads to the brain, through the nervous system, damaging both. A lot of bites to these areas, inflicting a lot of damaging energy, is needed for this to happen.
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