The issue of Morgellons contagion has recently emerged as a source of increasing worry among professional researchers. Contagion also remains a source of high anxiety and life altering concern among those suffering from the ravages of this nightmare affliction.
Since the beginning of the decade, the reported numbers of Morgellons cases have shown a consistent and alarmingly relentless increase. Registration data maintained by the Morgellons Research Foundation reveals a pronounced and disturbing spike in reported cases in just the last several years. These numbers cannot be explained away as simply "increased" public awareness.
Well over ten thousand reported Morgellons cases are now extant in the MRF data base. Yet, these statistics may well prove to be the proverbial tip of the "contagion" iceberg. It is estimated by some knowledgeable researchers that the true numbers of active Morgellons cases around the world could exceed the number of reported cases by a ratio of more than one hundred to one. The number of passive cases (non-symptomatic) may possibly defy quantification.
How Morgellons vectors itself remains poorly-understood partially due to the fact that, not unlike HIV, it often appears to have an incubation period that can range from a number of months to a number of years. Nonetheless, the statistics remain undeniable. Morgellons is contagious. Morgellons is not the result of "spontaneous" infection nor "immaculate conception.
It is important to remember that the debilitating psychological, emotional manifestations of Morgellons are the quantitative "effect" of its advancement and not the cause of its "symptomology." Like syphilis and chronic Lyme disease, Morgellons manifests itself physiologically, and in its advanced stages, psychologically.
Whatever the original genesis of Morgellons may have been, evidence increasingly indicates that the propagation of Morgellons is enabled by a wide variety of environmental, mechanical, and human factors. It is thoroughly documented that body secretions of victims are highly contaminated with the produce and forms of this parasitic affliction. Extended contact with these secretions is likely a primary source of new infection.
Morgellons may not limit itself to simply one method of propagation. Once established, this mutant pathogen appears to be an equal opportunity employer of a number of independent vectors. Free standing sticky traps often collect the Morgellons fibers in open air venues, thus indicating a possible air-born potential. Certain agricultural products as well as many Insects are often contaminated by Morgellons and have been implicated as potential secondary vectors. Mosquitos, fleas, spiders and other biting insects also seem to have the frightening ability to transfer Morgellons to a new host.
Interestingly enough, it has been well-documented that Morgellons, in its advanced stages, attacks and kills many insects who have initially served to vector it. Morgellons regularly infects cats, dogs and other animals with which humans come into daily contact. Morgellons is particularly hard on cold blooded animals. It has been known to quickly kill lizards and amphibians. With this in mind, it is safe to assume that human contact with these secondary sources of infection can serve to further inculcate the infection.
On one point we must be clear: Morgellons is no longer an emerging plague. It is an established plague. It is spreading through all strata of society at a terrifying rate. Morgellons, as such, has the proven capability to take a fearsome toll on the productive capacity of society at large.
Morgellons is now documented on every populated continent on planet Earth. The opportunity to quarantine the pathogen in its infancy has unfortunately been squandered by a morally compromised and intellectually bankrupted guild of self=serving and arrogant medical monopolists. As a result, Morgellons is now going mainstream...and it is doing so with a vengeance.
Rest assured...Morgellons is coming soon...to a loved one near you.