Hexagons of Many Colors

The following pictures depict the holographic, changeable surface of the very same hexagon, and were discovered by a Morgellons sufferer in Maryland:


Please note the small crack on the left side of the specimen and the slant of the angle on the lower right as an identifying mark to help keep in mind this is indeed, the same artifact, when viewed at differing angles under the same lighting source.  These pics are not retouched in any way, and are at about 200x magnification.


A seemingly endless blending of colors and hues are  possible, depending on the angle of the lighting. Why they are found in the human body and the purpose they may serve is not known.


 Same Hexagon, Enlarged to Show Detail


Of interest is the looping, attached connection of sorts that wraps around the exterior edge, shown in detail in this enlarged image and the one shown below.  This apparatus is also visible in some of the previous images as well.





Here are additional shots of hexagons from a Maryland resident in many shades of color:



These edges are sharp, and exit the body causing much pain. Note fibril growths protruding from the hexagon itself:






 Hexagons- A Wide Spectrum of Color


These specimens and many more are being found in the human body and also in the environment. The following are from a woman in her 50s, located in the state of Maryland, USA.













The following photomicrographs were taken by MRG research associate, Larry Meyer:







Hexagon within a cocoon?



Greatly magnified

















See more hexagons here.


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5 Comments for “Hexagons of Many Colors”

  1. Kathryn A. Augustyn

    Here is a link to an analysis we had done of this particular pecimen. Closeup images of the filament growing from the hexagon are described and shown here.

    “…[I]ts makeup is interesting. A carbon inorganic crystal! 70-75% carbon and some chlorine and oxygen – not sure what this is but research is in order on what it could be?” — Dennis Kunkel”…..


    It appears the hexagon is formed and the filaments form other hexagons. These make a sandwich form and the resulting hexagons are layerd. Inorganic, carbon, chlorine and oxygen seem to be the characteristics, so far.


  2. This is fascinating. They would be beautiful if they weren’t such a terrible thing.
    I am curious, What are these hexagons made of?

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