- We begin today with the continuation
of my prior communications and informative discussion with an acquaintance
employed as an Asst. Prof. of Pharmacology at a foreign University.
- (Q) .....Have you any relatives that
have contracted it?
- No. However, I believe the evidence is
overwhelming that this affliction is contagious. It vectors itself in a
variety of ways, including via some very common cotton products.
- From charting my own profile and that
of other victims around the world, (I have a file of cases from nearly
every Continent except Antarctica) It is apparent that this organism often
engages in a period of latency following initial infection.
- The period of latent time involved appears
to be subjective to a variety of external and internal factors that I have
not focused on nor have I attempted to identify. Preliminary investigation
tells me that there may be a connection to a weakening of the immune system
that occurs for what ever reason; perhaps one that may even be at the behest
of the parasite.
- This hiatus I mention above, can be as
long as 2 to 4 years. In my case, the time period was nearly 3 or so years
from initial contact, (and likely repeated exposure) with the source, until
the overt manifestations, (such as production of the macro-hair-like fibers
in follicles, scrapes, cuts, wounds) began to occur.
- Some extended time before the first noticeable
onset of this disease there are often reports by victims of the inexplicable
occurrence of a painful rash. This is NOT the short-lived "bulls-eye"
- I have experienced this rash myself.
It comes out of nowhere and is pure agony. It itches intensely, but to
scratch it is to bleed at once. Nothing that is normally applied to such
a condition will have the slightest effect. It tends to appear on extremities
such as the ankles, wrists or back of the neck. For some reason, if one
ankle or wrist is afflicted the other will usually also show some kind
of sympathetic reaction.
- This rash defies all convention and can
last for as long as 5 or 6 weeks. Then, it disappears as suddenly as it
- A victim simply wakes up one morning
and the rash is gone! However, it can frequently reappear, normally a year
or so later, but in less severity and with less duration. Then it disappears
again just as mysteriously.
- This is a signal flag that the victim
has been infected by contact with the nematomorphic worm that is vectored
in cotton. It can be found in many cotton products. It is especially prevalent
in Q-tips, cotton balls for Makeup usage, and in cotton socks and undergarments
imported from the far East. The worm can exist indefinitely as an independent
form, but it originates as an appendage of the adult "skin fluke"
- How it gets in cotton, I have no idea.
I have even found it contained in sealed medical swabs that were manufactured
approx. 6-7 years ago and that have been in storage ever since!
- Following the disappearance of the rash,
the aforementioned dormancy period of several years can occur before onset
- To return to the discussion of the macro
"hair-like" fiber, it is important to stress that this form is
part and parcel of the parasite.
- It is one of the several number of forms
that appear to be transitional as well as simultaneously integral to the
- This particular form will often be seen
growing out of open wounds in a manner that one would expect of a hair.
Since hair does not grow out of open wounds, that characteristic is a dead
giveaway. Further, unlike a hair, when such a fiber, ("parasite form,"
is more accurate description) is pulled out with tweezers, there is rarely
any pain at all. (unlike with a true hair)
- The parasitic macro fiber is usually
brown or clearish tan in color.
- It exhibits a very close approximation
to the size of a normal human hair. As I have noted in past articles, it
can often be seen growing side by side with a normal hair from out of the
same follicle. The parasite quickly kills the original hair, however, and
replaces it as the sole occupant.
- It is most disturbing to see numbers
of follicles with duel occupants! Open lesions, in conjunction with the
fluke form and it's attendant "cotton" worm; the "pepper"
seed specks; and the colored micro fibers, will all appear shortly thereafter,
provided that the illegal squatters are not served with a prompt eviction
- The removal of the above described macro
fiber form always effects an immediate relief of the low level throb of
pain that is additional and attendant to that of the wound. You will be
interested to know that the parasite, in both the fluke form and in the
macro fiber form, (or in tandem with each other, as well as in degrees
of transubstantiation with each other) appear to have the ability to block
the body from healing damage to the skin. This characteristic is reliably
consistent time after time.
- Any wound where these organisms are extant
will remain open or poorly closed for weeks or even months on end. It is
during this time that the clear or white colored "cotton" worm
is engaged in feeding the home "colony" as an appendage and dependency
of the mother form.
- As a result of much research and as described
above, I can comfortably state that this organism can often multi task.
In other words, it can either invade from without, or appear from within,
any existing cut or abrasion. Lacking such a convenience, it can create
it's own wound in the skin. (The lesions)
- It would seem that our little friend
has a tendency to do this as a byproduct of the proclivity for eating flesh
and blood during the active feeding stage.
- The physical removal of all visible forms
of the parasite from the wound is most efficacious. The body begins to
instantly repair and heal in a normal fashion. Nonetheless, the creature
is quick to reappear, often within an hour. Unless vigilance is the order
of the day, things soon are back to their original state of affairs.
- Another fascinating observation I have
made is that the above two-forms of the creature are inordinate devotees
of open air and the freedom of wide open spaces. If one binds the wound
well and keeps it reasonably air tight, the organism will remain generally
passive and the wound will heal at a rate that is much closer to normal.
- As an aside, I will mention to you something
that you may wish to ponder.
- I humor myself that a remote outside
possibility exists that this organism is neither plant nor animal, but
in fact, an odd and un-natural entity that exhibits characteristics of
both flora and fauna.
- I do not have the means nor the time
to investigate that hunch any further, but it does intrigue me a great
- (Q)..... I have read & re-read your
emails & poured over the Morgellons links & for
- the life of me I can't tell if they are
related, identical or completely
- separate with absolutely nothing in common.
- I understand your mystification. Allow
me to reassure you that they are one and the same. Several points that
need to be made here are:
- We are dealing with something that no
one now living has apparently ever seen before. It certainly does not exist
in the Physicians Desk Reference. To compound matters substantially, our
subject matter is magnificently designed to mimic specific products and
processes of the human body in both the early and, to a point, in the mature
states of infection.
- To further the consternation, the organism
has the irritating facility to react and respond differently to any number
of environments it finds itself in. This has let to many surprises for
me at times and is a reminder of the risks of working from the assumptions
of the evidence of past behaviors.
- Therefore, it is natural that a great
deal of confusion exists. Many doctors initially sent patients home with
a diagnosis of delusional parasitosis, because the patients would point
to a bunch of samples of what looked like cloth lint or flakes of dead
skin, and say...."Here ya go, Doc"! "There it is"!
- I was fascinated by the reports I read
from labs that claimed exactly that! Many reports state that the samples
submitted by the Doctors, to the labs, either did not register any organism,
or came back with a read-out as lint or as skin. I suspect that this may
be because the cloaking devices that equip the organism are designed so
as to employ methods outside the parameters that standard tests are programed
to look for.
- I do not believe that it is because "skin"
was all that was submitted.
- It is an endless source of amazement
to me how "First Person" testimony and the validity of the evidence
recorded by the eye is supreme in a court of law and will send an accused
person to the gas chamber. But, in all other venues, the testimony of the
eye is so often readily blinded by the hearsay second hand affidavit and
personally unsubstantiated glare of words reflected hypnotically from the
pages of a book.
- I have read much "sound and fury"
about the possibility that the Fiber disease is an opportunistic infection
catching a free ride on the likes of Lyme or other pathogens. Were I to
subscribe to more sinister viewpoints, I would remark that mixing a bit
of the truth with a bit of the untruth is a classic rule of thumb in the
game of disinformation and social diversion.
- As we may pause to recall, Lyme was quite
recently considered to be a very rare affliction. Although I am certain
that some people with Lyme may also have additionally contacted this parasite,
my belief is that if a "free ride" is being hitched, then it
is the other way around.
- The hitchhiker may have likely already
been sitting "in the car" and not simply "standing on the
road" with a thumb sticking out in the classic essence of a homeless
microbe in search of a vector; one that is patiently waiting for a ride
to come along.
- I aver that most opportunistic infection
devotees, in the main, are medical professionals who's judgment has become
toxic as a result of mixing their particular personality type with an overdose
of their own training. The affliction thereby produced, can be understandable
but dangerous and/or fatal to those around them.
- Excluding the less forgivable "dog
in the manger" motivation with some, this type of professional journeyman
is actually a cripple. They are unconscious "self-limiters" who
find themselves having trouble choking down the fact that they are looking
at something that defies text book convention, belies established systems
and beliefs, and confounds the resources of all known descriptions contained
within the parameters of their professional world.
- Subconsciously such an encounter is easily
viewed as a threat to many careerists. It is a road that is not drawn on
their map and they instinctively know that to travel upon it will detour
them to an end-logic destination, the likes of which, they have no wish
- Therefore the natural tendency is to
find refuge by diverting focus in a direction where they are dealing with
established "known quantities" thus, comfort is found categorized
minimalist avoidance of the unknown.
- In other words:....It's past the border
of our road map, so it must not be there..., and/or .....it is some kind
of odd side-product that can be minimized, ignored and marginalized by
making it a subordinate effect of a known quantity.
- Unfortunately, this puts the cart before
the horse instead of the horse before the cart.
- That is not to say that Lyme is not occurring
- Be that as it may, I notice that most
of the patients I have communicated with who have received a diagnosis
of Lyme, have not responded fully to the prescribed standard treatment.
Although cases may exist, I currently do not have a single case file where
a patient who exhibited this parasite, and was diagnosed with Lyme, has
been cured by traditional Lyme curatives alone.
- (Q)....Do you know if you were ever bitten
by a tick that carried the Lyme spirochete?
- To the best of my knowledge I have not
been bitten by a tick at all since I was a child.
- (Q)....Do you also have the fatigue that
seems to accompany Morgellons?
- Yes, I did have the fatigue and mental
fog that has been noted as a product of the Fiber infection. Additionally
I had, and still do to some point, shortness of breath and difficulty negotiating
physical objects such as long stairs or climbing a hill.
- I attribute the shortness of breath to
the fact that my research indicates that the parasite is fond of the respiratory
tract. In particular it can often be found to prefer the nasal passages
and ear canals. The same effects it creates in those areas, it also creates
further down the tract in the lungs. This activity gives an effect of partially
occluding the free passage of oxygen into the body via the aegis of the
- I remember the first time I noticed this
effect in myself. Although I have always been very physically active all
my life, and have never smoked cigarettes, I felt as if I had been suddenly
smoking 3 packs a day!
- The chronic fatigue and mental fog noticeably
lessen when an active program of visible parasite removal is maintained.
The first time I engaged in such a program I was amazed at the instant
manner in which my energies and cognitive facilities returned. (Extrapolate
the social implications and possible significance of that interesting cause
and effect, eh?)
- Parasite removal not withstanding, in
less than 24 hours, the same symptoms of fatigue and fog would re-occur
without fail. I came to understand, as a result, that I must devote several
hours a day, without fail, to the task of parasite abatement if I were
to wish to continue a semi-normal life.
- This creature is exceptionally prolific
and can reproduce and recover from losses inflicted upon it, at an astounding
rate of speed.
- I will mention, as per my first letter
to you, that traditional poisons, medicines, chemicals, and petroleum products
do not truly phase this creature. A direct application of Acetone, Lacquer
thinner, or even MEK, (Methol Ethol Ketone) has no noticeable effect upon
a colony. It may annoy them a bit, but proportionately, Vaseline vexes
them a great deal more. At least the effects of Vaseline forces them to
probe the surface in order to see what it is that is gumming up their room
with a view.
- In the course of my experiments, I have
discovered an exception to the rule above. As per my last letter, an application
of undiluted Polysul will have an immediate topical effect. I do not recommend
this. Polysul is an agricultural compound and can be poisonous. Nonetheless,
the result of the application of this compound causes the fluke (feeding
station) form of the parasite to break up into an odd tapioca-like substance
that is apparent when portions of the transformed parasite is then removed
with tweezers. Other than to identify the negative effect of a high sulfur
content compound upon the career of our freeloading friend, I have not
had the time yet to analyze this phenomena further.
- (Q)...A person who responded to your
current STA thread seemed to imply that he
- was 'cured'. Do you think it more likely
that he is in remission?
- Yes, I noticed that at once. I have contacted
this person and asked them for details and for specifics that they feel
may be relevant to the situation. I personally believe that remission is
more likely than cure. I will be looking forward to hearing from the respondent
- Part 2