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Morgellons Photos ~ Blue Fibers "Golden-heads"

 

CHAPTER  4

Photos # 81 through 126

 

 

The blue 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 become evident after looking through a microscope for 12 years. 

 

The typical 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.  

 

Thanks to 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 'Morgellons First Observations' based on my specimens.  For more of Clifford's excellent Morgellons and Chemtrail work go to Carnicom.com. Learn about the artificial blood cell research he is currently doing. 

 

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The original "golden head" fiber.  The gold portion did not appear until it was subjected to a 30 second burn butane flame.  The researchers got the fiber from me after I had burned it.  400x

View 2 of "golden head" fiber.  The gold colored material was inside and melted out of the blue fiber upon butane burn.  See my paper 'Comparing Money Fibers' with these fibers.

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82

 

The original "golden-head" fiber.  The gold portion did not appear until it was subjected to a 30 second burn butane flame.  The researchers got the fiber from me after I had burned it.  400x

   

View 2 of "golden head" fiber.  The gold colored material was inside and melted out of the blue fiber upon butane burn.  See my paper 'Comparing Money Fibers' with these fibers.

 
     

 

   
The "Big Blue" fiber burn experiment started with this blue fiber which had a red glowing gel sheath.   200x

One end of the  " Big Blue" fiber before it was burned.   200x

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84

 

The "Big Blue" fiber burn experiment started with this blue fiber which had a red glowing gel sheath.   200x

   

One end of the  " Big Blue" fiber before it was burned.   200x

 
     

 

   
 
The  post-burn "Big Blue" fiber has formed a large bulb on the end.  Notice the flattened ,grooved area just past this bulb.  The bulb which appeared is a dark amber.  200x

This is the same of "Big Blue " as in the photo above.  It has now been subjected to a 30 second butane flame.  It has bulged and has a kink in it.  The inside shows a blue vein running inside it. 200x

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86

 

The  post-burn "Big Blue" fiber has formed a large bulb on the end.  Notice the flattened, grooved area just past this bulb.  The bulb which appeared is a dark amber color.   200x

   

This is the same  "Big Blue " fiber as in the photo above.  It has now been subjected to a 30 second butane flame.  It has bulged and has a kink in it.  The inside shows a blue vein running inside it.   200x

 
     

 

   
The center portions  of "Big Blue" are now clear and some of the blue portions have turned an aqua color.  This was the largest fiber I ever burned.   200x

Typically the burn fibers do not become clear.  This fiber may have had  different characteristics than the other fibers I have  used in my other burn experiments.   200x

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88

 

The center portions  of "Big Blue" are now clear and some of the blue portions have turned an aqua color.  This was the largest fiber I ever burned.   200x

   

Typically the burn fibers do not become clear.  This fiber may have had  different characteristics than the other fibers I have  used in my other burn experiments.   200x

 
     

 

   
Burn experiment 3 results.   200x

Burn experiment 4 Results.   200x

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90

 

 Burn experiment 3 results.   200x

   

Burn experiment 4 Results.   200x

 
     

 

   
Burn experiment 5 results.   200x

The results of burn experiment 6 caused a bulb to form on both ends of the fiber.  It also formed a bulge in the center.  60x

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92

 

Burn experiment 5 results.   200x

   

The results of burn experiment 6 caused a bulb to form on both ends of the fiber.  It also formed a bulge in the center.  60x

 
     

 

   
Burn experiment 6 view of right bulb formation.  200x

Burn experiment view of left bulb formation.  200x

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94

 

Burn experiment 6 view of left bulb formation.  200x

   

Burn experiment view of right bulb formation.  200x

 
     

 

   
Some fibers are found flattened with a groove in the center.  It is typical of burn fibers after the material inside is forced out.  This fiber was never burned.  200x

This fiber also shows flattening and a groove in the center.  My conclusion is that whatever substance was inside had been released in the body before I found it.  200x

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96

 

Some fibers are found flattened with a groove in the center.  It is typical of burn fibers after the material inside is forced out.  This fiber was never burned.  200x

   

This fiber also shows flattening and a groove in the center.  My conclusion is that whatever substance was inside had been released in the body before I found it.  200x

 
     

 

   
Blue flattened fiber specimen clearly shows grooves in center.  200x  I am thinking the contents of these may be a fluid or gel.  200x

This is a blue fiber that has literally split open.   Whatever was inside of it was more likely to be a solid rather than a liquid.  200x

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98

 

Blue flattened fiber specimen clearly shows grooves in center.  200x  I am thinking the contents of these may be a fluid or gel.  200x

   

This is a blue fiber that has literally split open.   Whatever was inside of it was more likely to be a solid rather than a liquid.  200x

 
     

 

   
 
This blue fiber that has 2 splits in it.  It is easy to see the material is not the same as the flattened fibers.  200x

This fiber ball is shiny and round .  The end is bulged and is likely to have a fluid or gel inside it.  200x

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100

 

This blue fiber that has 2 splits in it.  It is easy to see the material is not the same as the flattened fibers.  200x

   

This fiber ball is shiny and round .  The end is bulged and is likely to have a fluid or gel inside it.  200x

 
     

 

   
Some blue fibers are flatter and are more roughly textured.  200x

This is fiber #101 view 2.  It was rooted in this mass when found.  60x

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102

 

Some blue fibers are flatter and are more roughly textured.  200x

   

This is fiber #101 view 2.  It was rooted in this mass when found.  60x

 
     

 

   
This fiber reminds me of  "Big Blue", in photo #88,  since it seems to have pigment inside it and is multiple shades of blue and clear.  200x

These next  fibers are found folded.  I had to wonder if these fibers have any connection to prions.  I don't know the answers to that but I hope there is no connection.  200x

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104

 

This fiber reminds me of  "Big Blue", in photo #88,  since it seems to have pigment inside it and is multiple shades of blue and clear.  200x

   

These next  fibers are found folded.  I had to wonder if these fibers have any connection to prions.  I don't know the answers to that but I hope there is no connection.  200x

 

Folded blue fiber.   200x

Folded blue fiber.   200x

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106

 

Folded blue fiber.   200x

   

Folded blue fiber.   200x

 
     

 

   
Folded blue fiber.   200x

Folded blue fiber.   200x

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108

 

Folded blue fiber.   200x

   

Folded blue fiber.   200x

 
     

 

   
Folded blue fiber.   200x

Folded blue fiber.   200x

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110

 

Folded blue fiber.   200x

   

Folded blue fiber.   200x

 
     

 

   
Folded blue fiber.   200x

Folded blue fiber.   200x

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112

 

Folded blue fiber.  200x

   

Folded blue fiber.  200x

 
     

 

   
 
Folded blue fiber.  Photo 114 to the right is a web photo of mouse prions.  Prion diseases include type II diabetes, Alzheimer's, and Crutzfeld-Jacob diseases.   200x

Fibrillar amyloid deposit formed in vivo when a protein (the red glowing particles) partially unfolds or misassembles.  Let's just hope this isn't part of Morgellons.

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114

 

Folded blue fiber.  Photo 114 to the right is a web photo of mouse prions.  Prion diseases include type II diabetes, Alzheimer's, and Crutzfeld-Jacob diseases.   200x

   

Fibrillar amyloid deposit formed in vivo when a protein (the red glowing particles) partially unfolds or misassembles.  Let's just hope this isn't part of Morgellons.

 
     

 

   
Multiple folded fibers in crust.  200x

Multiple folded fibers in crust.  200x

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116

 

Multiple folded fibers in crust.  200x

   

Multiple folded fibers in crust.  200x

 
     

 

   
A tangle of blue and clear fibers.  60x

Long blue fiber tangle.   60x

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118

 

A tangle of blue and clear fibers.  60x

   

Long blue fiber tangle.   60x

 
     

 

   
Blue inky plaque forming fibers

These inky plaques may be blue fibers underway.  200x

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120

 

Blue inky plaque forming fibers.  200x200x 200x

   

These inky plaques may be blue fibers underway.  200x

 
     

 

   
Folded fibers in curious shapes.  200x

Folded fibers in curious shapes.  200x

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122

 

Folded fibers in curious shapes.  200x

   

Folded fibers in curious shapes.  200x

 
     

 

   
Roughly textured flat blue fiber.  200x

This is a blue fiber "barber pole" that unraveled to reveal a bundle of clear, smooth poly-optic type fibers.  200x

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124

 

Roughly textured flat blue fiber.  200x

   

This is a blue fiber "barber pole" that unraveled to reveal a bundle of clear, smooth poly-optic type fibers.  200x

 
     

 

   
Amazing microscopic work by Clifford Carnicom of a blue fiber I sent him. 5600X

Intricate details of the complex structure of a Morgellons fiber from my body as photographed by Clifford Carnicom.  5600X

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126

 

Amazing microscopic work by Clifford Carnicom of a blue fiber I sent him. 5600X

   

Intricate details of the complex structure of a Morgellons fiber from my body as photographed by Clifford Carnicom.  5600X

 
     

 

   
 

Go To:

CHAPTER  1 - Motile Sugar Snakes - Photos # 1 through 18

CHAPTER  2 - Tentacles of Grey Goo - Photos # 19 through 56

CHAPTER  3 - Mysterious Red Glowing Gel - Photos # 57 through 80

CHAPTER  4 - Blue Fibers "The Goldenheads" - Photos # 81 through 126

CHAPTER  5 - Bad Hair Day - Photos # 127 through 166

CHAPTER  6 - Great Balls of Fiber and More - Photos # 167 through 272

CHAPTER  7 - Oddities and Ends - Photos # 273 through 360

 

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