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Leischmania Mexicana – Version 1.2

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Leischmania Mexicana – Version 1.2

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Lieschmania mexicana is found in chemtrails and heavy spraying recently has deposited it everywhere. Lieschmania carries the swine flu producing constant infection with the many viruses and other organism found in the swine flu frequencies. Water supplies are contaminated and individuals are constantly reinfected with the  1918 swine flu virus, the avian flu, ebola, and other organisms.

The frequency 33333 was first seen in chemtrails in early 2009 and has been observed continuously since then. However, only recently because of heavy spraying has it become clear that this is the frequency for the amastigotes in leischmania mexicana.

The frequencies for this organism are also part of the swine flu series. It is important to eliminate leischmania first before working on other swine flu frequencies.

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