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Morgellons Explanation, cause.
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Morgellons Explanation, cause.

Apparently there are a lot of theories circulating about this disease.

I have this disease and am very familiar with it.

I have examined these extracted fibers for years.

I can tell you my theory is very reasonable as to who caused this problem.
Its not lyme disease.

It has to do with the Textile industry. Although these fibers are non textile in origin.

They are comprised of cellulose, they are highly genetically modified fibers. They have genetically manipulated e-coli bacteria, nemotodes, chemicals, proteins and plant DNA and have developed ways to incorporate large amounts of these "high performance" bio active fibers into clothing and genetically modified the cotton plant many times over.

This research done at a handful of Universities then sold the technology to textile manufacturers here and abroad. These textiles can then be sold back to the United States from countries like China etc.

What you will read in this article is shocking to know what they were doing in the textile business. This was all done by consent of the Government via the National Textile Center, part of the United States Department of Agriculture.

Article#1 "Developement of bioactive fabric" use search box. http://www.ntcresearch.or/pdfrpts/AnRp00/m00-d03pdf
University of Dartmouth

Article#2 "Cotton fiber groth in Planta and in vitro. Models for plant cell elongationand cell wall biogenisis". Hee jin kim and Barbara Triplet.

View second image box toward bottom in this article. View picture of fiber root in picture "A" and Trichrome picture "E". Return to morgellons and compare fiber images. The trichrome is interesting as this is the same odd structure with three prongs protuding that is also removed from the body.

Between morgellons and what you will read in reference material you notice the following:

Both fibers from morgellons and from the agricultural labs have striking simalarities.

Both fibers are comprised of cellulose.

Both fibers have a helical coil type tendencies, this is a genetically modified trait that they admit to.

Both fibers autoflouresce as can easily be seen on both the morgellons site and on picture box #2 from the usda referrence image given. The autoflourescence is a genetically modified trait as well and can be seen in several colors.

This is due to genetically altered e-coli bacteria with flourescent componets spliced from nemotodes and other creatures that autoflouresce.
You read how GFP, (green flourescent protiens) were genetically spliced to accomplish this. As well as other autoflourescent colors.

The usda referrence article states clearly the fuzz ball growth problems in engineering as well as their lack of understanding how these fibers stop growing at certain lengths.

My theory is that this is a bio engineering mistake that has gone wrong and the full impact was not realized before sold to textile manufacturers.

These people had no idea what they were creating in these labs and the impact of those consequences on the public.

In my reading from the documents from the University of Dartmouth I found absolutly no trial testing of these fabrics on humans. The goal seemed to be to obtain funding, develope technology and then provide this technology to manufacturers.

I theorize the mode of transmission is via micro abrasion of clothing articles, particularly cotton to innoculate these bio active fibers into the body or via protien and oil digestive bacteria that were altered to perform that function, yet may be able to use this protien and oil breakdown to gain access passed the defences of the skin.

In my case I have noticed the majority of lesions are concentrated around the stitching on the inside of the fabrics like cotton t-shirts where the pieces are sewn together, that rope-like stitching. Also on clothing "wear points" like the shoulder blades and shoulders.

That is how I noticed the abrasion effect and the resulting innoculation of these fibers. Yet these lesions are not limited to the stitching ropes as sitting back in a chair can abrade these into the skin without you feeling it. Tight fitting levis do the same thing to the outer thighs.

Since they have admitted engineering lysine deficient e-coli bacteria for the purpose of controlling its growth once embedded in textiles and clothing this does not stop these bacteria/fibers from taking advantage of a non-stop supply of lysine in the human body if innoculated by abrasion or protien breakdown. Lysine is an essential amino acid of the body.

Here is just one shocking quote you will read:
Bio lab, University of Dartmouth.

"Clothing materials are generally biofriendly and sources of heat, moisture and even NUTRIENTS for cellular microdevices and all ARE AVAILABLE FROM THE HUMAN BODY".

"Our goal is to develope fabrics that contain micro fabricated bio environments and biologically activated fibers"

I can go on and on with this. It will shock you no doubt.

I hearby name:

The National Textile Center, a division of the United States Department of Agriculture.


The Universities listed on the National Textile Center website involved with bio active fabrics, particularly the University of Dartmouth bio lab, year 2000 team group. As well as other Universities sharing this technology before and after this date.


Contact your state Senator.


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