Morgellons Photos ~
Blue Fibers "Golden-heads"
Photos # 81
fibers seem to be a universal finding with all of the
Morgellons victims I know. There has proven to be more
than one type of blue fiber found with this affliction.
Some strands do not burn while others do. Some strands
appear to have material (payload) inside of them that can
be forced out with the heat of a butane torch. Some
strands are round and shiny while other are flat. The
round shiny strands often have the payload inside.
I have found
a blue fiber in the process of unraveling like the stripes
on a barber pole. That strand had a bundle of clear
poly-optic type fibers inside. I don't know what
natural fiber would unravel in such a manner (photo #124).
There is still so much we don't know about this disease but
there are some characteristics that are repetitive and
after looking through a microscope for 12 years.
burn experiment that I do with a fiber is to place the fiber on a
ceramic tile and subject it to a 30 second butane burn.
I then transfer it to a slide and take the photos. I
understand that some people have trouble handling these
fibers. I have no problem with it. The results
are shown below. The "Golden Head" photos #81 and #82
were taken by a professional pathologist in a lab. I sent
the original burned fiber to the researchers and they
photographed it with 3D equipment. They thought it
looked like a chimeric form of a dragon head. It was
named "The Goldenhead" by these researchers.
The Big Blue
Fiber in photos 83-88 may have been more specialized.
It was a fiber with the red glowing gel sheath. It
became clear in places when burned. It also appears to
have blue material inside of it.
Clifford Carnicom for photos 125 and 126. They are
photos of blue fibers I sent to Clifford taken with a
magnification of 5600x. The details he captured are
amazing. Please read the paper Clifford wrote called
First Observations' based on my specimens. For
more of Clifford's excellent Morgellons and Chemtrail work
Carnicom.com. Learn about the artificial blood cell
research he is currently doing.
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