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Haven't had a bite in years......High dosage B-vitamins, folic acid and B3 Niacin. The niacin and folic acid aspirate through the skin and breath, mosquitos don't like the smell. Also use old school Patcholi oil as a fragrance oil, they hate that too. We have natural countermeasures to their devilment. Natural Ivermectin: Sweet wormwood or wormwood extract. Take it .

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THIS is fantastic to know.... and I write this as the mosquitos swarm around me! Thank you for this.

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Tell me about it. I'm a county or so over and they are out. Yeah, just keep the B vitamins high, especially Niacin. I take 500mg daily. I use the regular kind but they sell "non-flushing" variants. Raw garlic and onions (salsa) raw peppers. It all helps repel insects and parasites. Regards

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Ah, I figured it was something in the blood that either attracted or repelled them. Interesting information about those particular vitamins.

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Garlic too. Raw garlic aspirates too.

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I saw a video where millions of mosquitoes were released from planes. The air turned black. Bill Gates was allowed to do this. When do we put a stop to these sick f~cks.

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Yes, I have seen this.... it was nightmarish!

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if you are interested in more facts consult > DARPA.mil << is the head of the world culling operations....into everything and developing to eradicate humanity .

with DARPA's unlimited finaces and worldwide branches, it's the "Head of the Million legged Killing Machine'

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Thanks for the link... and you are correct; head of the snake.

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Link "not found", FYI

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May 11Liked by Reinette Senum

https://www.darpa.mil/

get rid of the mindless filters & ditch google

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I bet it's poisoning, not some mythical so-called dengue fever....the symptoms being the body's attempt to get it out and heal. Just my opinion, of course

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I would think it a modified version of some kind of tropical disease..... why would they not meddle?

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May 11Liked by Reinette Senum

Of course, all they know is meddling. It's just that I question the whole thing of diseases, as specified. I made a comment not long ago, not as a reply to anyone, and posted a video that you may like to see x

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60G, what a sad story. Just like that? All three instantly dead???

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that's very strange!

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Why not breed more dragonflies & other. Its that eat mosquitoes instead of the idea of genetically altered ones? Why? Because this makes more sense & THEY need a way to cause harm not to help.

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Right? They are indeed creating the "problem," here. It's horrific to watch.

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Correct, Tina. This has nothing to do with health.

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May 10Liked by Reinette Senum

And the answer IS.......YES!

And we can thank EVIL Bill Gates for these GMO'd bugs!!

A few years ago, they were released in Florida; pretty sure that it was the 1st state to have these GMO'd mosquitoes released. And THIS was the reason for me to 'turn' (NOT LIKE) on Ron DeSantis; because he did NOT DO A DAMNED THING TO STOP IT FROM HAPPENING!

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He's playing a role, like every other politician.

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May 10Liked by Reinette Senum

Cyclical points to parasitic infection.

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That's what we were thinking.... but where did the parasites come from all of a sudden?

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I have no solid evidence, just observations. I (and my chickens) got loaded with parasites last summer after 2 months of heavy chem-haze, chem-fog. My naturopath found them and prescribed several months of herbals. I also had heard from many friends at that time how tired they were and just couldn't do anything. I had felt the same. I watch for patterns in animals and people and believe my five senses. I know you do, too.

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May 10Liked by Reinette Senum

Perhaps they’re bringing them in by the truckloads and releasing them all winter long. (Breeding them elsewhere in a factory of sorts.)

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I don't know of anyone who is sick, mysteriously or otherwise.

However... on the topic of mosquitoes behaving strangely...I was bitten by a mosquito last summer. I know it was a mosquito because i saw it biting me before I could smack it.

This bite has NEVER stopped itching. I've even gone so far as scratching off all the skin and letting it try to scar over... nope... it still itches every day. There's no longer a bump but there's an itchy red spot constantly bugging me.

I mentioned this somewhere--I think on substack--and a couple other people said they've experienced the same thing for the first time this past summer.

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That is straight-up creepy. I like Donna's recommendation below. Bentonite clay all the way!

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May 10Liked by Reinette Senum

Have you tried putting clay on it? I would use zeolite clay, but even if you only have bentonite clay I would try it. Put some clay powder in the palm of your hand, add a little water (start with a very small amount, and add a bit more until you get a nice consistency that will spread but stay put on your arm. Try putting that on and if it flakes or washes off keep applying for a few days to see if it helps. Clay will draw toxins and even things like slivers out.

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May 10Liked by Reinette Senum

Good recommendation. Just used up some bentonite clay for several mosquito bites. While not nearly as effective as red clay it soothes the bite area and does draw fluid out. Anyone who knows a natural source of clay should stock up. Red clay saved me from a serious case of poison oak. It rapidly drew out all the pus and allowed me to sleep through the night after being unable to for 2 or 3 nights with steroids helping very little.

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Interesting that you have found the different types/colors have different properties. That makes sense to me. I have never seen red clay sold as a powder. Did you buy it or collect it from the wild?

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I collected it from the bank of a stream just above the water line. This was many years ago and probably a few days into a bad case of poison oak that mainly resulted from unknowingly spreading it from oils on my clothing. After a couple of mostly sleepless nights I must have heard or read about using clay and remembered one area of this stream, a place where I had hiked, with red clay oozing out of a portion of the bank. Drove about an hour to get there and then a long hike from a hilly ridge down to this canyon stream to collect the clay. It was miraculous. The clay immediately sucked out the pus very quickly and I was effectively 'cured' within a day or two. If you've ever had poison oak or ivy you can understand.

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Wow, amazing story! And it really reinforces that nature takes care of us, if we just know what is around us and how to use it.

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i swear by homemade plantain tincture - it pulls poisons, venoms, and (!) splinters, stops blood, and disinfects wounds. Also helps gum infection. Plantago major, minor, or lanceolota (not bananas) soaked for a month in alcohol (brandy or vodka)

Though time has passed, it's worth a try, and i also agree with Donna about clay. Then, you could get ion cleanse foot baths because that also pulls systemic poisons out. amajordifference.com/quietmind

Hope this helps

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Good recommendations.

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Plaintain doesn't grow wild where I live now. I've been missing it for a while. So I ordered some seeds :) I was planning on using it to make salves, but now I will make a tincture too. Thanks for recommending that.

It seems the way that nature works is that there will always be something growing around us when we need it. I just don't know what that is where I now live.

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Donna you are so right about the plants we need growing near us.

Mountain Rose Herbs is a great source for dry plant material, small bags and bulk. i always ordered dry plants for medicine making, because was in apartments and only had potted plants - hence not enough herbs for an apothecary. Dry herbs are the best way to have supplies when they are out of season - or in your case, not evident around you. Don't give up Donna. Maybe there's a plantain analog where you live and it's an even better medicine for you. Let us know!

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I love your reply Yolanda. I have known about Mountain Rose Herbs for decades, but have never ordered from them. I have been thinking for a while now that I should go and have a better look at all they carry. I especially love what you say about a plantain analog around me that might be even better. I truly believe and trust than nature works like that. We have a lot of cactus and succulents - types of agave, etc. That's the first thing tha comes to mind. The Mexicans know that the cactus (pads and fruit) are soothing to and good for the digestion. I have lots of books on edible and medicinal wild plants in general and many books specific to this region. I need to get out more with my books and increase my knowledge. I already know some, especially edible plants. Between working and growing food, and trying to regenerate the soil, I haven't spent as much time as I want learning and using the wild plants. But as I do get to the wild plants, I will keep in mind what you said, and look for analogs to every common wild plant which doesn't grow here, to see if I can find a local analog. Dandelions don't grow here, but sow thistle which I already knew about does. They are very similar in properties. Thank you so much for your comments and insights!

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yes and it grows wild in east TX where i am so i'll try to get my hands on some. Also thought about homeopathic silicea but just haven't gotten any yet.

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or i can send you my tincture Dina. Here's a link to see my medicines and order direct.

https://quietmind.com/regenerative-herbalism

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Agree! Last summer outside Spokane WA, a bit north, I had two strange insect bites. They pitched a long time, and I can still see the red bite area. Luckily itching stopped by now, but I did think it was a strange attack.

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I love the Ringing Cedars series.... we got their toothpaste years ago!

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the link doesn't work. do you have another one? i'm curious. thanks

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I was interested too. You're right that link above doesn't work. I did some searching and found this - says it's the official website.

https://www.ringingcedarsofrussia.org/Main/English/index.php

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i too was wondering about seeing the m in winter, though we don't have snow here. Though i can be pretty itchy now, i feel ok, but have great concern for all these things.

Thank you for the great home movies with close ups!

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I am documenting everything.

Please note: They are planning a release of MORE aedes mosquitoes that have been x-ray sterilized around CA. Here is the press release! https://www.glamosquito.org/2024-04-12-innovative-pilot-program-leverages-sterile-male-mosquitoes-to-combat-vector-borne-diseases-in-los-angeles-county

You have an opportunity to voice your opinion. Spread the word. 🙁

For more information, residents can contact the Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District at 562-944-9656, and Info@GLAmosquito.org

Also note: I just learned about RIDL = Release of Insects with Dominant Lethal (genes). It's the "upgraded" method of the old SIT (sterilized insect technique). Keep your eyes on all proposed releases of insects by your local vector control district. If anything is connected to Oxitec, it's funded by the BMGF and Wellcome Trust.

When these "techniques" are funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation....RUN FAR FROM THEM.

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May 9·edited May 9

Take one into a known local pest expert and see if they are capable of analyzing the physiology and or DNA of the bug.

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"Take one into a known local pest expert"

"expert"?

Ok, gotcha. Although, 65 years into life, do 'experts' actually exist (except in their own mind) ?

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Actually they do exist and have for a long time. Experts on insects species, variety, and genetic characteristics, as well as life cycles and interaction with other species and humans.... are generally called entomologists. And, like any other profession, there is a range of expertise among the experts. Note - "expert" does NOT mean omniscient nor "ultimate and infallible" source of information.

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BigGuy, do you have any specific recommendations? I have mosquitos from last year's winter... still in my freezer.

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Depending on the state in which you live, there should be a local (in your county) extension agent for the state's Department of Natural Resources. The agent should be able to direct you to the state's entomologist who identifies pests to monitor if there is any sudden appearance / introduction of a foreign bug / invasive species that could be destructive to local plants, livestock, and humans.

That is the starting process I would follow if I found an unusual insect had started appearing despite never before having been seen in my area, and lacking any online reports of it by authorities in your area who had identified it.

If that hit a dead end, then I would seek an entomologist from the University of Maryland (my state of residence) since I know they have experts in agriculture and wildlife. Perhaps your state has equivalent studies / expertise at the state university.

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"Actually they do exist and have for a long time"

My response would be similar to how I responded to Reinette above or below.

My mistake. I phrased it wrong. I didn't mean there are no good/honest/correct experts out there. There are. Some. At least 3% to 7% of them.

Then again, there are some good Doctors out there. As in 3-5%? I know them, now, personally. Huge help in my quest for The Damn Truth And Nothing But The Objective Truth the past 40 years. Unfortunately, these honest, objective Doctors are in the vast minority.

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you may be on to something, Reinette. as i'm sure you're aware, the entire Convid program was run by DOD. actually, i've noticed quite a decline in the insects in our area the last couple of years. i'm imagining it has something to do with 5G emissions. different subject; different problem!

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Yes, I have reports on COVID coming from the DOD, but they needed Big Pharma to be the face of the inoculation because why would anyone ever want to take a shot created by the military? Regarding insect decline, blame the RF saturation, especially 5G and Starlink. As soon as Starlink went up, our trees started dying, and our birds, dragonflies, and other insect populations plummeted!

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Sasha Latypova (research expert) and Katherine Watt (from a legal perspective) have both reported extensively on the DARPA / DOD involvement in the 2020 Plandemic and creation of the "FrankenVaxx" as I like to call it. They both publish here in Substack.

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"Do you personally know anyone who has recently fallen ill with a mysterious sickness that just won't quit? I'm talking about the sudden onset of cyclical symptoms like high fever, profuse sweating, violent vomiting, inability to keep down food/fluids, and dramatic weight loss — feeling better briefly, only to relapse again."

Yes, I know many. After getting between 1 and 53? Covdud 19 shitshots and/or throw in the new and improved Flu Fuxxine (double strength starting in 2023) and maybe even the RSV fuxxine. Disaster. All fuxxines are disasters. All of them.

Next question?

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UnExperts, while I don't disagree with you, I have friends who are wi-fi free, nowhere near cell towers, not vaccinated in any way, been away from large populations of peeps, and got sick as dogs.... how else can this "illness" be delivered? Perhaps aerosol, but the illness is very sporadic.

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"while I don't disagree with you ... "

And, I don’t disagree with you. Neither this response of yours, your post about mosquitos nor your previous post about 5g even though you retracted part of it. You did good in your PARTIAL retraction less than 24 hours later. My opinion only. Hard to believe CO would retract less than 24 hours later. :-)

I/we noticed the same thing with mosquitos the past 2 years. Mosquitos galore in the dead of winter? During cold/rainy periods? Weird. Maybe we are missing something, but I don’t ever remember mosquitos in the dead of winter.

Next, I’m going to have to try what you are doing i.e., slapping the shift out of them to see if they are full of blood or white gooey stuff.

I didn’t mean to insinuate that vaccines (all of them) are the only cause of long term and severe illness, maiming, deforming, slaughtering & even 5% of the time, sudden death within a month to a year. Just that vaccines and all other meds are probably running #1 &/or #2 as far as destroying health (and brains) of human beings. Often, for very long, long periods to forever.

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Reinette, I think a lot of people are overlooking the 30+ million recently-arrived illegal aliens from all over the world have poured into our country unchecked, un-quarantined, and free to roam about. They are touching door handles, railings, bathrooms, and who-knows-what in public places....that U.S. citizens likely also touch within minutes or hours. Those illegals have introduced an entire smorgasbord of parasites and bugs against which our bodies have not yet developed an immunity defense.

God knows what array of third world diseases they've brought with them. Diseases that have gone largely uncontrolled in poorer nations where only a select few are lucky enough to receive legacy vaccines (the ones already proven relatively safe & effective) and antibiotics. There have already been reports of polio, tuberculosis, measles, and other nasty bacterial and virile infectious diseases that had largel been eradicated or 99% controlled in North America.

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I’ve heard about these GMO mosquitos and it’s very concerning! I’m curious if your friends were exposed to any high EMF frequencies in their area. I wouldn’t rule that out! They’re definitely experimenting on us with all kinds of horrible things.

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Lisa, I just answered this above, so this is a repeat.... I have friends who are wi-fi free, nowhere near cell towers, not vaccinated in any way, been away from large populations of peeps, and got sick as dogs.... how else can this "illness" be delivered? Perhaps aerosol, but the illness is very sporadic.

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They are using HAARP

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Absolutely possible. In fact, they have been doing major HAARP testing, ironically, during the largest "solar flare, northern light" activity in 20 years!

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Gotcha! Yeah there’s definitely some unexplainable stuff happening. They probably have other weapons they’re using we don’t even know about. Mosquitos could be a good explanation for now. They’re so many years in advance of us when it comes to technology! I cringe to think of what weapons we do t even know about.

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My only input is that I very recently had several mosquito bites on my legs in which my body's reaction was more severe than usual with swelling but no illness at all. A couple on each ankle led to swelling as though I had experienced sprains so I had to ice them to reduce swelling and used clay to draw fluid out. This was outside of Bishop, CA and it was definitely mosquitoes and not spiders and I've never had such swelling in my life from mosquito bites. Will be at higher elevation relatively soon and see what happens with any bites there.

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That is very interesting. Keep us posted if there are any other developments.

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This was similar to my experience, as well. I got 4 bites on legs; they swelled up and were bright red, like lesions. It took a week to go away and the marks are still there, 3 weeks later.

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And you never experienced that before? What part of the country did that happen?

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In the past, my mosquito bites only swelled and turned my skin pink and warm. In the last two years, my skin turns bright red and almost purple.

I live in the northern midwest. Michigan.

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