- Dear Jeff...
- I've assembled a lot of data on Morgellons
and now believe the preponderance of evidence suggests we are, in fact,
dealing with an off-planet issue. Please read the material below. Thanks
for your heroic work and boundless courage.
- Read this: http://whyfiles.org/shorties/207red_rain/
- "Most amazing, says Louis, the cells
can reproduce under conditions that usually kill life. "These cells
can be cultured at high temperature (about 600° F) and pressure conditions
and at high temperature their growth rate (i.e. multiplication) can be
very fast." The details on replication are being submitted to another
- So, I then read these articles:
- The Red Rain Phenomenon Of Kerala (India)
- And Its Possible Extraterrestrial Origin
- Analysis Of The Red Rain Of Kerala
- Is The Red Rain Phenomenon Of Kerala
- And then I read this one:
- Temperature and Pressure Experimentation
With Red Rain Cells
- "Over several months, Dr. Louis
began experimenting with different temperatures to see if the cells would
respond. As the temperature rose, he saw more activity. Eventually he
got up to 300 degrees Celsius, which is about 600 degrees Fahrenheit.
He also increased the pressure to 300 pounds per square centimeter. It
is assumed that normal Earth life would die at such a high temperature
and pressure. But the red-walled cells in the Kerala rain water seemed
- So, what we have in Kerala is scientific
data that compels us to do...and do so quickly...the same experiments
on Morgellons fibers. If Morgellons is, in fact, an ET 'organism' of
some kind, we are facing something that is perhaps threatening to all
life on the planet Earth. ALL life.
- Kind regards,
- Sam Feldman