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November 21, 2017

Morgellons Disease A-Z : GMO related?


If you or someone you  know is suffering  from Morgellons Disease, then  you have most likely gone into the bowels of the scientific and medical field  searching for answers, only to come up with ziltch. I know that you have subjected yourself to a myriad of  frightening patient testimonies, hundreds of photos of patients with weeping lesions, and  a maze of scientific discussions revealing that most of  the medical field is clearly in denial of the disease itself. I wish for you to  keep in mind one thing: You are not alone! The disease is real, and there are scientists doing all they can to understand it’s cause and how to cure it. That’s a fact. I have put forth this comprehensive outline in hopes of aiding you in your discovery as well as giving you something to research that will amount to more than “here-say” and third party myths!

So let’s begin.

CLICK HERE FOR SYMPTOMS, Do you have Morgellons?

According to medical researchers, the controversy surrounding Morgellons Disease  has been deemed as “ detrimental to those afflicted with this illness.”  It has literally held back  the much needed scientific research that could in turn provide the  appropriate treatment and control strategies from being investigated and implemented throughout the world. Why the secret?  In some cases harmful  treatment with ineffective and potentially  antipsychotic drugs have been dispensed to mrogellons sufferers? . Morgellons Disease has  not really been  taken seriously by the scientific community until the past decade, when researchers made a horrific discovery; the fibers emitting from the patient were not organic in nature. Perhaps this is not something the FDA or the WHO (World Health Organization) want public. As a matter of fact, Morgellons Disease is not even LISTED on the  WHO’s website. Curious?

As to the FDA, only one article displays and it is not on Morgellons Disease, it is entitled  MAUDE Adverse Event Report: LYME TEST NONE. It is not even a morgellons study.

Don’t be alarmed by the history.

Back in 2012, the CDC  published a few ” fast track” studies in a effort to disprove this new scientific discovery, and published papers and articles claiming : ”

CDC: “Results of the study,   published in PloS OneExternal Web Site Icon   show this condition appears to be uncommon among a population representative of Northern California residents. Skin damage from the sun was the most common skin abnormality found, and no single underlying medical condition or infectious source was identified. Upon thorough analysis, most sores appeared to result from chronic scratching and picking, without an underlying cause.

CDC concluded that  “The materials and fibers obtained from skin-biopsy specimens (of Morgellons patients) were mostly cellulose, compatible with cotton fibers.”

  This is where they shot themselves in the foot.

In short, Cellulose is a mixed material composed of many individual components. It forms the supporting structure of plant cells and therefore is present in all plants. Cellulose is indigestible to humans.

As a rule, cellulose is won from “Linters”. These very short fibres cannot be spun and accumulate as a by-product of cotton. Linters are composed almost exclusively of cellulose. They are cleansed for use in foodstuff: impurities are separated.

Note: Keep in mind, the cellulose content of  cotton fiber is 90%. What if the cotton is gentically modified cotton? (GMO Cotton). 

Fibers tested that were extruding  from the skin of (Morgellons)  patients wasincompatible with human DNA and is not produced by the human body.So where do the fibers come from? Morgellons Disease was man made.

 

Morgellons Fibers-www.thetruthdenied.com

Morgellons Fibers-www.thetruthdenied.com

(photo credit: Caroline Carter)

What  is the composition of morgellons  fibers?

There are fuzzy white fibers, or “cotton balls”, that are found growing on top of the skin lesions. Then there are the colored fibers or threads, usually pink, blue or black, that are found under the skin — even in the surrounding healthy tissue — and often poke through the lesions. Then there are clear fibers that have a small golden bulb on the end.

  • The white fuzzy fibers (cotton balls) were found to be fluorescent and glow when exposed to ultraviolet light. Human cells do not have any fluorescent properties, concluding that this is a foreign object.
  • Fluorescent property in a human body is not natural which suggests that the glowing fuzzy fibers quite possibly originated from a trans-genetic organism that was residing in the Morgellons lesion. Scientists were curious as to how  such an organism got in to the Morgellons victims.
  • One of the fluorescent proteins was identified as belonging to a bacteria known as  Chromobacterium Violaceum, generally  found in the soil and water of sub-tropical regions. It produces an anti-oxidant called violacein. The bacteria may be responsible (in part) for  deadly  immune system   infections that are currently resistant antibiotics.

 

    •  Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research in Braunschweig have now identified violacein as one of the fundamental mechanisms used by the bacteria in biofilms to protect themselves against the attacking phagocytes in the human body. Like the marine organisms, the presence of violacein is deadly to the human immune system and prevents it from clearing infections from the body.Chromobacterium Violaceum, (which produces violacein), has been found in Morgellons skin lesions, along with the biofilm, and could be , why Morgellons Disease resists healing .
Morgellons specimen. Bioluminescent organisms use the chemicals luciferin (a pigment) and luciferase (an enzyme). The luciferin reacts with oxygen to create light.  (PHOTO CREDIT Caroline Carter) www.thetruthdenied.com

Morgellons specimen. Bioluminescent organisms use the chemicals luciferin (a pigment) and luciferase (an enzyme). The luciferin reacts with oxygen to create light. (PHOTO CREDIT Caroline Carter) www.thetruthdenied.com

  • Upon further examination, the fluorescent properties of the Morgellons fibers  originated from a soluble substance that contained proteins from some very unusual organisms:
    • a protein found in cow’s milk [casein alpha S1];
    • a bacteria found in sub-tropical water and soil [chromobacterium violaceum];
    • a parasitic protozoa that causes East Coast Fever, usually transmitted through ticks [theileria prava];
    • a rod shaped bacteria that is mobile by moving its flagellum and has been studied extensively in laboratories because of its unusual metabolism [azoarcus]; and
    • a bacteria associated with fermentation that like salinity [leuconostoc mesenteroides]
  • Despite having all these exotic proteins, there were  no human protein profiles  present in the florescent substance! Again, unnatural fibers.

To continue reading the  fiber analysis, MORGELLONS FIBER ANALYSES 

Thus far,  fiber analysis theorizes that  fibers are made up of
  • a fluorescent trans-genetic substance containing human, bovine (cow)
  • bacteria proteins made up of mysterious and unidentifiable polythene fibers  that protrude the skin in what appears to be an  indestructible tube containing a biofilm substance preventing skin lesions from healing
  • Researchers do not know if the disease is contagious or not
  • Currently there is no known cause or cure 
Morgellon's Lesions , photo provided by Caroline Carter

Morgellon’s Lesions , photo provided by Caroline Carter

The Smoking Gun?  GMO’s

Have you ever heard of  Professor Vitaly Citovsky?  He  is a professor of molecular and cell biology at Stony Brook University in New York (SUNY) and the worlds authority on  genetic modification of cells by Agrobacterium, a soil bacterium widely used in creating genetically modified (GM) plants since the 1980s. Agrobacterium has the ability to invade a plant and then insert a large amount of its own DNA sequence to growing cells in the plant which cause it to grow a tumor (called crown gall disease) which then produces nutrition for the bacteria to grow and proliferate.
Professor Vitaly Citovsky Concludes:

When plants are being genetically modified (corn for example), agrobacterium is manipulated to contain the new genes (maybe to withstand some pest or fungus) and then is allowed to infect a healthy specimen where these genes will be incorporated in the plants DNA. The seeds of this infected plant will contain the new genetic information. Growing a plant from the seeds will result in a genetically “new” plant. But exactly the same process can occur when agrobacterium infects a human cell.

Morgellons Fibers (photo provided by Caroline Carter)

Morgellons Fibers
(photo provided by Caroline Carter)

Imagine splicing plant or virus DNA in the cells of your skin, or liver, kidneys or brain. What would the results be like? Does this happen in Morgellons victims? Vitaly Citovsky conducted a study:

“Skin biopsy samples from Morgellons patients were subjected to high-stringency polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests for genes encoded by the Agrobacterium chromosome and also for Agrobacterium virulence (vir) genes and T-DNA on its Ti plasmid. They found that “all Morgellons patients screened to date have tested positive for the presence of Agrobacterium, whereas this microorganism has not been detected in any of the samples derived from the control, healthy individuals.” Their preliminary conclusion is that “Agrobacterium may be involved in the etiology and/or progression” of Morgellons Disease.

In short, Agrobacterium was found to transfer T-DNA into the chromosomes of human cells.

The association of Morgellons Disease with dirt and soil where Agrobacterium lives, the widespread use of Agrobacterium in genetic engineering of plants, and the ability of Agrobacterium to infect human cells, all point towards a possible role of genetic engineering in the aetiology of Morgellans disease via Agrobacterium.”

Another case in point is Whitley Strieber who  published an article  October 12, 2007,entitled “Skin Disease May Be Linked to GM Food”  concludes that

“… the fibers taken from a Morgellons sufferer contain the same substance that is “used commercially to produce genetically-modified plants.”

 Sept. 15-21 issue of New Scientist Magazine, Daniel Elkan describes a patient he calls “Steve Jackson,” who “for years” has “been finding tiny blue, red and black fibers growing in intensely itchy lesions on his skin.” He quotes Jackson as saying, “The fibers are like pliable plastic and can be several millimeters long. Under the skin, some are folded in a zigzag pattern. These can be as fine as spider silk, yet strong enough to distend the skin when you pull them, as if you were pulling on a hair.”

Doctors say that this type of disease could only be caused by a parasite, but anti-parasitic medications do not help. Psychologists insist that this is a new version of the well-known syndrome known as “delusional parasitosis.” While this is a “real” disease, it is not a physically-caused one. This turns out to be false.

Currently there is physical evidence that Morgellons is NOT just psychological. When pharmacologist Randy Wymore offered to study some of these fibers if people sent them to him, he discovered that “fibers from different people looked remarkably similar to each other and yet seem to match no common environmental fibers.”

 

Could GMO Plants  be “causing a new human disease?”

 
WHAT IS MORGELLONS DISEASE?
Caroline Carter speaks up about Morgellons Disease, otherwise known as GMOD (Genetically Modified Organism Disease)

GMO 2015

NOTE : GMO producer MONSANTO* 4-15-2015  Monsanto encountered some difficulty with a report from the World Health Organization (WHO), alleging that the herbicide Roundup had the potential to cause cancer. Roundup is commonly used by farmers and homeowners to kill weeds. We have yet to see the full impact of this report, but Monsanto is fighting it.

  • Latin American Organizations Campaign to Ban MonsantoThis content was originally published by teleSUR at the following address:
    http://www.telesurtv.net/english/news/Latin-American-Organizations-Campaign-to-Ban-Monsanto-20150429-0014.html.
  • Over 30,000 doctors and health professionals in Argentina are the latest to add their voice to the fight against Monsanto, asking the federal government to ban its products after recent studies found they may contain carcinogens, press reports stated Tuesday.
  • The Center for Media and Democracy (CMD) has long tracked the group that is connected to several of the signers attacking Dr. Oz, and CMD’s Executive Director Lisa Graves spoke with the Dr. Oz show about the background of that group and some of the signers. (CMD does not receive any funding from Dr. Oz or NBC.)One of the doctors, Dr. Gilbert Ross, is a convicted felon who works for the American Council on Science and Health (ACSH). CMD’s updated review of ACSH’s funding confirms that it has been funded by a trade group of food corporations that heavily opposes GMO labeling.One of ACSH’s most common activities is bashing people concerned about genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and chemicals used in factory farming.ACSH poses as an independent science-based organization devoted to outing “junk science,” but consumer advocates have called it “a consumer front organization for its business backers” that “glove[s] the hand that feeds it.”The majority of ACSH’s funds have come from corporations and major foundations. 2015
    Figure 1. A) Morgellons disease filaments embedded in and projecting from epithelial tissue, 100X magnification. B) Proliferative bovine digital dermatitis (BDD) keratin filaments, 8x magnification.

    Figure 1.
    A) Morgellons disease filaments embedded in and projecting from epithelial tissue, 100X magnification. B) Proliferative bovine digital dermatitis (BDD) keratin filaments, 8x magnification.

    Abstract from  http://f1000research.com/articles/2-25/v1 (Morgellons test subject results:

    Neuropsychological testing revealed a substantial number of study participants who scored highly in screening tests for one or more co-existing psychiatric or addictive conditions, including depression, somatic concerns (an indicator of preoccupation with health issues), and drug use.

    This comprehensive study of an unexplained apparent dermopathy demonstrated no infectious cause and no evidence of an environmental link. There was no  indication that it would be helpful to perform additional testing for infectious diseases as a potential cause. Future efforts should focus on helping patients reduce their symptoms through careful attention to treatment of co-existing medical, including psychiatric conditions, that might be contributing to their symptoms.”

CASE STUDIES RESULTS:

“The presence of spirochetes in MD dermatological specimens demonstrates that Morgellons lesions are associated with  spirochetal infection. Unlike  Treponema  pallidum spirochetes, which are seldom detected in secondary and tertiary syphilitic skin lesions,  spirochetes were readily detectable in dermatological tissue from four MD patients using a combination of  immunohistochemical, electron microscopic and PCR techniques. Motile spirochetes were also observed in cultures inoculated with MD dermatological tissue, thus indicating that our specimens contained  viable organisms. These findings are similar to  the observation of significant spirochetal loads in lesions of cattle with  BDD, suggesting that spirochetes could be associated with unusual filament production in both bovines and humans. Although Ekbom reported that syphilitic infection was associated with feelings of infestation, to our knowledge dermal fibers have not been reported in patients with syphilis.”

“The etiology of MD appears to be multifactorial, and at this stage secondary etiologic factors are not well understood. MD is most often reported in middle-aged Caucasian females. It is a disease reported mostly in the Northern Hemisphere, and it is often associated with known tick exposure, a Lyme disease diagnosis, and serological evidence of coinfecting  tick-borne agents. Two of our study patients had laboratory-confirmed tick-borne coinfections , and these coinfections may contribute to the pathology of this disease.”

“Despite contrary evidence, some medical professionals have attributed MD to delusions of parasitosis or delusional infestation. MD is thought to result from psychiatric illness and is diagnosed on the basis of patient belief in infestation by parasites, or the presence of inanimate objects such as fibers that are thought to be deliberately self-implanted.”

Patient with Morgellons Disease www.thetruthdenied.com

Patient with Morgellons Disease
www.thetruthdenied.com

The above statement is absurd, and accuses the  Morgellons patient of   “deliberately implanting objects or fibers into there skin.”

As stated above, spirochetal infection associated with itching and crawling sensations and feelings of infestation dates as far back as 1945 in Ekbom’s original description of delusions of parasitosis, and many of the patients in that study were diagnosed with syphilis. This clinical observation provides valuable insight into MD.”

The insistence that MD is delusional has prevented the establishment of  universally accepted, objective diagnostic criteria for this disease.

“Consequently, some studies have included diverse groups of research subjects, including patients who may not actually have had MD. In the present study, the key diagnostic criterion is that filaments visible with a hand-held microscope at 60X magnification must be present under unbroken skin or projecting from spontaneously-appearing skin lesions. This important clinical feature forms the basis for an accurate MD diagnosis.”

In an online peer review, scientists and researchers were called out on the carpet, and this is good news for Morgellons sufferers.

Raphael B. Stricker, MD, and Marianne J. Middelveen, Mdes:

“CDC study by Pearson et al. failed to identify patients with dermopathy, used insensitive serological  testing and limited tissue staining in an attempt to detect spirochetal infection, and failed to include specific culture or PCR testing for B. burgdorferi in any of their patients1,2. The retrospective Mayo Clinic studies  by Hylwa et al. noted that patients with “delusional” dermopathy had a high rate of psychiatric symptoms and no evidence of “infestation”. However comparable rates of psychiatric symptoms occur in patients with other chronic non-delusional medical conditions, suggesting that the symptoms are the result rather than the cause of the condition, and specific testing for spirochetal infection was not performed1,3. Thus these flawed studies failed to look for the right infection in the right patients using the right techniques.
 
Salzberg goes on to say that our article is “little more than 4 PCR results”, ignoring the detailed culture, immunohistochemical and electron microscopical evidence presented in this study and in our previous investigations of Morgellons disease4,5. He then misinterprets the PCR data, somehow confusing it with the study of Australian Morgellons patients who had spirochetes in their lesions that were shown to be Borrelia garinii by PCR in one case6. In fact, the Australian study confirms that B. burgdorferi strains are associated with Morgellonsdisease6. In the Discussion section of our article we made it clear that we had not subtyped the B. burgdorferi PCR sequences because we were only using PCR to confirm the extensive and convincing scientific findings in the rest of the study that point to B. burgdorferi involvement in Morgellons disease. Thus the weight of scientific evidence confirms an association between B. burgdorferi and Morgellons disease.

We think that it is irresponsible and antiscientific for Salzberg to characterize our careful, detailed, multifaceted and peer-reviewed article as “pseudoscience”, and his “Objection” has no merit. In contrast, the link between Morgellons  disease and B. burgdorferi infection merits further scientific investigation. “

Steven Salzberg, McKusick-Nathans Institute of Genetic Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, USA replies:

“The claims and assertions made in this article are not only flawed, but they represent dangerous pseudoscience. Patients could easily be misled into taking long-term antibiotics for a condition that instead requires psychiatric care or other treatment.”

 

More Research….

Clinical, Epidemiologic, Histopathologic and Molecular Features of an Unexplained Dermopathy Published: January 25, 2012 by the CDC

CDC: Morgellons Disease May Be Psychiatric Disorder

Stagman, M. Phd. (2006). GMO Disease Epidemics: Bt-cotton Fiber Disease. Retrieved fromhttp://portland.indymedia.org/en/2006/08/344305.shtml

http://www.globalresearch.ca/gmo-and-morgellons-disease/8464

Corresponding author: Raphael B Stricker

How to cite: Middelveen MJ, Burugu D, Poruri A et al. Association of spirochetal infection with Morgellons disease [v1; ref status: indexed, http://f1000r.es/8g] F1000Research 2013, 2:25 (doi: 10.12688/f1000research.2-25.v1)Copyright:  © 2013 Middelveen MJ et al. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Licence, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Competing interests:

RBS serves without compensation on the medical advisory panel for QMedRx Inc. He has no financial ties to the company. MJM serves without compensation on the scientific advisory panel of the Charles E. Holman Foundation. PJM and RBS serve without compensation on the medical advisory panel of the Charles E. Holman Foundation. DB, AP, JB, ES and DGK have no conflicts to declare.

First published: 28 Jan 2013, 2:25 (doi: 10.12688/f1000research.2-25.v1)First indexed: 03 Apr 2013, 2:25 (doi: 10.12688/f1000research.2-25.v1)Latest published: 28 Jan 2013, 2:25 (doi: 10.12688/f1000research.2-25.v1)

Dr. Mae-Wan Ho and Prof. Joe Cummins ,”Agrobacterium & Morgellons Disease, A GM Connection? Preliminary findings suggest a link between Morgellons Disease and Agrobacterium, a soil bacterium extensively manipulated and used in making GM crops; has genetic engineering created a new epidemic?” SIS Report 28/04/08, — http://www.i-sis.org.uk/agrobacteriumAndMorgellons.php

Project FFM

Charles E. Holman Foundation, “A Source For Morgellons Disease Information”, — http://www.cherokeechas.com/index.htm

“Guide to Biotechnology 2007” Biotechnology in Industry Org, — http://www.bio.org/speeches/pubs/er/BiotechGuide.pdf

“Bacteria Fight Back: Biofilms Use Chemical Weapons To Neutralize Or Kill Attacking A”, ScienceDaily (July 25, 2008), —   http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/07/080723094848.htm

Looks to Breed Immortal ‘Synthetic Organisms,’ Molecular Kill-Switch Included, Wired, Feb 05 2010, source — http://www.darpa.mil/Docs/FY2011PresBudget28Jan10%20Final.pdf

http://www.uniprot.org/taxonomy/203120

Department of Defense Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 President’s Budget, Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency,linking to — http://www.darpa.mil/Docs/FY2011PresBudget28Jan10%20Final.pdf

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agrobacterium

Genes Involved in Matrix Formation in Chromobacterium violaceum Biofilm, — http://www.geg.ufsc.br/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=13&Itemid=41

Harvey, W., Bransfield,R., Mercer, D., et ali, “Morgellons disease, illuminating an undefined illness: a case series” J Med Case Reports. 2009; 3: 8243. Published online 2009 July 1, — http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2737752/

Lacroix B, Kozlovsky SV, Citovsky V., :”Recent patents on agrobacterium-mediated gene and protein transfer, for research and biotechnology.” —   http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19075947

Smith,Robert F., “Lab Work on Fiber- July 28, 2006,” —  http://www.cherokeechas.com/rSmith02.htm

Carnicom,Clifford E, “MORGELLONS: FIRST OBSERVATIONS”, — http://www.morgellonsexposed.com/FirstObservations.htm

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14 Responses “Morgellons Disease A-Z : GMO related?”

  1. April 30, 2015 at 5:39 PM

    Hi Roxy, I don’t know if you remember me but we have spoken before (re: Wil). I have been suffering with this hell disease for 10 years. I am covered with scars. I know when an attack is coming because I always get diahrea first. I am so sick at times. I was an Insurance Broker for 8 years but had to quit because of the brain fog. My beautiful 18 year old son recently died of a drug overdose and the stress hit me bad, thus the Morgellons hit to. Before Luke died I saw a couple of lesions on his back and it scared the hell out of me. He is better off dead than suffering with this disease. I don’t want to live with this anymore. I am thin and have nice legs but no more short skirts. Luckily I have not lost my hair. I have been to 10 dermatologists and have another appointment coming up. 3 Emergency visits and I HAVE TO TELL THE DOCTORS WHAT IT IS. How can these jerks say it is all in your head when I have oozing lesions. Ego I would say. I am so glad I found you. Have to go lay down – exhaustion is hitting again. Jiggers (my lovely little dog) says “Hi” to Harley. Brain fog is bad so if I think of anything else I will let you know. Hugs Mary

    • April 30, 2015 at 6:26 PM

      Hello Mary,
      Yes we remember you and so sorry to hear that you are still suffering. I remember when your son Luke passed as well, I do believe that you have been broken hearted ever since. Yes, any information would be appreciated. Harley passed away Christmas 2013. Wil was actually no help and charged us gobs of money for basically no health benefits in return. He is a salesman, so hundreds of others have let me know this, hard lesson learned.

      Take Care Mary.

    • Madonna thomson
      April 14, 2017 at 9:23 PM

      My husband and I have been suffering with this insane disease for three years. I have thrown away all of our clothes all of our carpeting and furniture plus exterminators and countless doctors and dermatologists. Thousands spent on Kleen Green products and soaps etc. I lost the will to live. Out of desperation I went to the computer listened to a man swearing that baking soda was the answer. We tried it and it is working. It’s only been 3 days but a miracle is happening. The first day I took 2 tablespoons in a glass of water because I was desperate. He said this will give you diarerra. It did. 1 teaspoon would have been sufficient 2 or 3 times daily. I have not been able to find the video since. It sounds crazy but it is workng. It was like divine intervention. People claim baking soda cures cancer. Please try this it might help you also. I know from experience what you are going through.

  2. May 4, 2015 at 11:54 PM

    Hey Roxy!
    Great article! :)

    Here’s a video I made a few months ago that includes literally hundreds of examples of:
    -Fibers under unbroken skin
    -Skin and hair coated with biofilm gel
    -Clear fibers forming from biofilm gel on the surface of hair follicles
    -Clear fibers changing to coloured fibers

    The video is 22 minutes long covering the most controversial aspects of this condition. I truly believe this collection provides enough evidence to prove the physiological existence of Morgellons.
    I hope this video can be of some interest\use to you and your readers.

    https://youtu.be/Gspm9gK9JdU
    (please adjust to 1080p)

    Cheers

  3. August 2, 2015 at 7:51 PM

    Nano fibers,and tiny nano-bots have now entered the chemtrail,morgellons ,sky and land,and now our food and water system. Keep up the great reporting.

  4. December 29, 2015 at 1:29 PM

    I suffered from Morgellons disease for 4 years. It got so bad on one leg that I couldn’t walk for about 4 months. I’m nearly 100% better after 7 months of Immunocal. I tried lots of things, and I still use colloidal silver intermittently. I believe I had very high mercury toxicity, from dental amalgams, eating loads of tuna, and breaking thermometers. I believe Morgellons needs heavy metals to take over the nervous system. I didn’t think I’d ever be able to hold a normal job again, but I’m back at work and doing fine! Please contact me at http://www.wheybetterhealth.com if you have any questions.

    Happy Healing :)

  5. Bunny
    February 5, 2016 at 12:50 PM

    Hello!
    I have these same fibers in my skin. After two years of no help from the medical community. I have a microscope and see the same colors. I was able to identify dinoflagellates and other specific Cyanobacteria from my own lesions. My symptoms started after I brought in a plant. The soil that I planted everything pretty much killed all my plants ( except for the one I ended up bringing in) . . I’m thinking there is a connection between the blue green algae used across the world as a nitrogen supply for healthy soil and plant life now. Just wondering if there is any info on your site about this? Thank you so much for all the research ! One odd note is after I started really coming to terms with OMG DO I HAVE MORGELLONS and then researching it, I noticed a small drone circling my house on three different occasions. Has anyone else seen this too. Also many chemtrails in the sky around when my sx peak. I am not sure what all this means but it’s so strange. The only thing that has helped my lesions is a 30 min + baking soda ( 5-6 pounds) soak in the tub. I do it at least once a week and at the most every other / to every 3 days . Submerge Hair and face too . One or two days later they dry and heal over. I hope this helps. Thank you, bunny .

  6. Monique Lebel
    January 15, 2017 at 7:02 PM

    Does anyone know who I can or who I should contact within the scientific community to report if I have been experiencing “new developments”/”progression” of this unknown disease?

    I have no idea who to turn to with the new evidence & observations that I have been gathering from a first-hand perspective and I feel an overwhelming obligation to share this knowledge with open-minded individuals willing to listen and dedicated to finding answers. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

    • Steph
      February 2, 2017 at 5:40 AM

      Monique,

      I would love to know what observations you have made….I am always looking for more information on this.

  7. Vincent from Oklahoma
    May 5, 2017 at 7:38 AM

    Randy wymore @ Oklahoma state university is the one leading the main research on this.I suggest going to his OSU site & register if you ar a sufferer of this horrific disease.The C. Holman foundation has some good info on who our friends are & who you can get actual help from & not diagnosed you with “delusion of of parisites”..If you don t go about it right getting help… they will Lock you up.. learned that the hard way..I ve been dealing with this for 10+yrs now..Lost everything,wife divorced me,have had my two best horses die from this as well as a few dogs.List goes on & on.. Same ol sad story I think we all have who are dealing with this whole ordeal.
    I ve come to the conclusion that this is obviously caused by man playing god.I have bought the microscope and done my own research as I think we all have been forced to do at some point. I still At times have hard time believing I m seeing what I’m seeing..But unfortunately this is a reality a lot of ppl will in time come to grips with.I believe everyone has this,just at different stages and it effects everyone differently. I can see it on ppl everywhere I go. So think about it… If the CDC or the who were to give this actual merit can you imagine the widespread panic of everyone.. because this is HIGHLY CONTENTIOUS! I can prove that myself! And with so many questions and only few answers it would “will be” possibly the worse human caused illness in our history….
    Anyhow,if your reading this and in full panic mode & are looking for help then find a Lyme disease doc and get in asap.As of today they are only ppl that can..Will help you. Call today because all I ve called are booked solid for months in advance. I would like to compare notes with someone if interested. Thx & good luck guys

  8. June 5, 2017 at 1:39 PM

    I have been looking at specimens for months . There are 3 main components black fungi, amoebae and a small clear insect. I put a bunch of specimens in water and then add a tsp of wood ash to visualize the sample properly. All components separate into groups and can be seen very clearly.I also found an article in Oxford mycology journal that says a fungus and amoebae can live symbiotically together.

  9. Cynthia Garbutt
    July 5, 2017 at 11:21 AM

    Hi Roxy,

    I heard about Morgellons disease several months ago when I looked at a video by a doctor that had researched it (who’s name I don’t remember). Unfortunately, the video has been removed from youtube (Too much truth exposed for THEM).

    But since then, I’m not sure what I have but, within past few months, a bizarre patch of black lines under my skin, about 1.5 x 1.5 inches has appeared on my back (no redness). It’s in a spot that’s very hard for me to see, even in a mirror. I model clothes (including swimsuits, and the designer is the one that pointed it out to me). I’m trying to get a really clear, close-up image of it, but haven’t been successful as yet, I need a 35mm, not a phone camera to take it. I will keep trying. I’d had times when my back was itching and I’d scratch it. But, since this spot appeared I don’t have the itching.

  10. Georgia P Petrides
    October 8, 2017 at 7:04 AM

    I had this for 5 yrs. I think it is fungal-GMO related. Quit going to Drs early on because of their diagnosing me as delusional. I had a mouth full of amalgam fillings. Had them removed and did heavy metal detoxing. Paul d’arco extract is anti-fungal and I responded to taking that. Eat only non GMO, no processed foods and no sugar. I am well now. It did not happen overnight. Keep skin dry and use organic coconut oil. It is also antifungal. You have to get your system well for your immune system to kick in. God bless and be strong.

    • Tania
      November 12, 2017 at 8:56 PM

      Hello Georgia, please share more! You are the first person I have ever heard say they are well from this. I hear people say this helped or that helped but completely cured? You are the only one! Thanks for all of your advice.

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