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Purging -"The Red Cardinal"

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9:02:56 AM


Hey Donna,

Somehow I have overlooked reading your updates on this thread. I went back to August and began reading.

I love the inspirational and lovely things you posted concerning Red Cardinals and your experiences with them.

You have been so steadfast in your determination to get well.

You have been at the Saturday conference calls and the Sunday prayer calls, always taking part and encouraging others.

You have been so careful with your diet and have faithfully taken the protocol.

You have purchased coaching so that Mel could help you through questions and tough spots.

It has been such a pleasure to see you getting better, and now here you are in the 90's, soon to do a happy dance.

I know you are thrilled to be spending more time with your family and your grandkids.

Mel has talked about you having white and blue suede sneakers, Karen said you should dip them in liquid gold when you are well.

I am hoping you will have a pair of cardinal red sneakers to do the happy dance in by Christmas :-)

Hebrews 12:11 (NIV)

11 No discipline seems pleasant at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it.


9:22:53 AM

Morgellons -

Hi Donna,

Since you got tested again, it has been on my mind lately what improvement would be seen with this last batch. It's amazing how much your immunity has risen and that you have a double confirmation with your body showing signs of fighting a virus. I'm glad that it's gone up as much as it has. It seems like you've flipped on your immune system switch and that it's now doing its job again. That's wonderful news and I'm sure it'll mean a wonderful Christmas for you this year. So get started with your decorating plans! I hope that you might be able to put up the tree this year with the train for your grandbabies..

It would be really good if you would post the websites you found that explains why people with Lyme never get sick. It is a very hard thing to explain to people, and can be very confusing. I think for the most part that when we are sick with a cold or flu virus, the symptoms we get are actually the symptoms of our bodies fighting it, and that the lack of symptoms show that there is no fighting. So what happens? We are somehow catching the cold or flu virus, but our bodies deal with it in a less effective and aggressive manner, in which case we don't show any symptoms of our bodies fighting. However even though we have this cold or flu virus, we don't completely succumb to it. It almost seems like there's a Plan B “backup” immune system silently at work. It's pretty interesting though and I would like to learn more about it by reading these websites that you found. It would be great to have a clearer understanding so that I can better explain it to others when asked about it.

I once prayed to God that He would cause my faith to grow legs so that it could walk on water. I believe through these trials, our faith is refined and made stronger. But the process can be so hard, and so long. But I do know that I've become more patient as a result of these trials and that the Bible equates patience to perfection. So there is fruit that comes with our suffering. Fruit that will cause us to become more like our Lord, and to be more effective Christians. I pray that we all who are going through these many trials will come through them with an abundance of fruit (a hundredfold).


Donna M
10:37:37 AM


Hi Everyone,

I just wanted to share some news and update my journey. Last Saturday, October 13 I noticed I was getting a scratchy throat. I had gotten a scratchy throat in the past so I didn't pay too much attention to it. However, it was worse on Sunday and by Monday had turned into a full blown COLD! I was so ecstatic! I have not had a cold probably in a year and a half - I'm thinking since early 2017 before I got sick with Lyme and M. (I started with symptoms of M in October of 2017.)

My husband could not understand why I was so excited. I tried to explain that it meant my immune system was kicking in. To him this made absolutely no sense - if my immune system was so compromised why didn't I get every virus, cold, flu, etc. that I was exposed to in the last year? I tried my best to explain, but I did some research online and was able to show him that people with Lyme Disease rarely got colds or flu.

On October 9, I had blood work and was anxiously awaiting my results. On October 16 I was able to view my results on line. Some numbers improved while others declined but most of these were with tests that I had been having issues with since I began blood work in April. I will be able to discuss these issues with my doctor and see if any course of action needs to be taken at my next appointment.

Now for the good news. My CD57 (the test for level of immunity) is 140 which is 40 points above the test I had in August! My doctor likes to see it at 120 or above. This number plus getting a cold confirms that my immune system is definitely kicking in. Although I feel I am past the 90% mark, I am hesitant to say I am 95% just yet. After I speak with my doctor to address my concerns, and wait a few more weeks I think I will hopefully be confident enough to confirm the 95% but until then, let's just say I am beyond 90%. I still have some symptoms of M but I almost forgot - No Lyme bands for the third time. I don't know if this means Lyme is "gone" but I will discuss this with my doctor too. (However, for the few family members that do not believe in M, I will continue to say I have Lyme until M is completely gone.)

I am beyond excited and so grateful for these positive results. I hope that I have encouraged you, as you have me, in this journey but especially those who have just started their journey. If I can do this, anyone can. Be positive and believe in yourself!

I have many to thank but most of all - God, Our Heavenly Father. Have faith and trust in our Lord! I also want to thank Mel and his protocol who always reminds us to Never Ever Give Up!

Mark 11:22-24

22 “Have faith in God,” Jesus answered. 23 “Truly[a] I tell you, if anyone says to this mountain, ‘Go, throw yourself into the sea,’ and does not doubt in their heart but believes that what they say will happen, it will be done for them. 24 Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.

I am praying for all of you in this journey. God Bless!



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