Images of designed engineered organisms comparable to Morgellons organisms
by : Kathryn A. Augustyn with images from Kandy (MRG) :
This image is from a Morgellon sufferer. This appears to be a worm formation, with the mouth open for munching. If the neuroworm was created as a “novel organism”, what was it’s purpose? Many organisms found by MRG researchers look similar to the neuroworm.
This designed neuroworm was created or released Sept 30, 1997 right around the time the chemtrails began consistently. This is under species-dnadesign/www.neuroworm.com.
This neuroworm does look similar to many artifacts Morgellons sufferers have found. Now, the image shown in the second collage, seems to be an MRI of the human brain. Was this worm used to begin the implant production? Why would such a worm be necessary, when C. Elegans is an excellent model or homologous species to study human nerves? Why would one have to be created? This neuroworm looks like the head of an oncho worm, the tail of leishmania protozoan, and the body of a short spirochete. it also is very similar in the second image to larvae of an insect. It has the wavy form of trypanasoma. It is definetly capable of carrying dna packages.
The original website for this was here: http://neuroworm.aevum.de/products.htm
A Morgellon sufferer found this in the nose: (2007) credit to this link: http://img239.imageshack.us/img239/3935/nostril4ne9.jpg
Also shown here:
The species these come in, ( info captured by Jennifer and Karen) Morgellon sufferers, when on Lymebusters forum: (Karen has passed on from Morgellons Disease):
“NEUROWORM© – Advanced Species Design Laboratory
- Phylum Acanthocephala (the thorny-headed worms) Class Archiacanthocephala Macrocanthorhynchus hirudinaceus Moniliformis sp. Class Palaeacanthocephala Order Echinorhynchida Leptorhynchoides sp. Pomphorhynchus sp. Echinorhynchus sp. Order Polymorphida Plagiorhynchus sp. Polymorphus minutus Phylum Annelida (the true segmented worms) Class Hirudinea (leeches) Order Rhynchobdellida Family Glossiphoniidae Placobdella sp. Phylum Arthropoda Subphylum Crustacea Class Maxillopoda Subclass Ostracoda Subclass Copepoda Order Cyclopoida Lernea sp. (“anchor worms”)
Order Cell-Targeting-System, Poecilostomatoida Ergasilus sp. Subclass Branchiura Order Argulidea Argulus sp. Class Insecta Order Dictyoptera Periplaneta americana (American cockroach) Order Anoplura Pediculus humanus (body louse) Phthirus pubis (pubic or crab louse) Order Hemiptera Cimex spp. (bedbugs) Panstrongylus megistus Rhodnius prolixus Triatoma sp.(assassin bug) Order Coleoptera Tenebrio molitor (grain beetle) Tribolium confusum (flour beetle) Order Siphonaptera Ctenocephalides sp. (fleas) Tunga penetrans (sand flea)
Order NEUROWORM©-Detector-Series,Diptera Anopheles spp. (mosquito) Glossina spp. (tsetse fly) Tabanus spp. (horse and deer flies) Subphylum Chelicerata Class Arachnida Order Acari Suborder Metastigmata Family Ixodidae (hard ticks) Amblyomma americanum (lone star tick) Boophilus microplus(southern cattle tick) Dermacentor spp. (dog tick) Ixodes scapularis (deer tick) Family Argasidae (soft ticks) Ornithodorus turicata (relapsing fever tick) Suborder Astigmata Notoedres cati (face mange) Sarcoptes scabiei Suborder Prostigmata Demodex spp. (follicle mites, demodetic mange) -”
NEUROWORM© is a industrial-design neuro-nematode.
There are two sexes: a self-fertilizing hermaphrodite and a male. The adult essentially comprises a tube, the exterior cuticle, containing two smaller tubes, the pharynx and gut, and the reproductive system. Most of the volume of the worm-implantat is taken up by the reproductive system. Of the 324 somatic cells of the hermaphrodite some 300 are neurons. Neural structures include a battery of sense organs in the head which mediate responses to taste, smell, temperature, touch and do programmed medical jobs.
Although NEUROWORM© has no eyes, it might respond slightly to light. Among other neural structures is an anterior nerve ring with a ventral nerve cord running back down the body. (There is also a smaller dorsal nerve cord.) There are 69 muscle cells. NEUROWORM© – Model B, D (Detector), G & Targeting-System (v1.0 required!) NEUROWORM©-Detector-Series moves by means of four longitudinal bands of muscle paired sub-dorsally and sub-ventrally. Alternative flexing and relaxation generates dorsal-ventral waves along the body, propelling the product along.
The development and function of this manipulated diploid organism is encoded by an estimated 17,800 distinct genes.
What is NEUROWORM© and why work on it?
What is NEUROWORM© is a neuro-nematode – a member of the dna-manipulated Neuro-Nematoda: NEUROWORM©, smooth-skinned, unsegmented chemosyntethic worms with a long cylindrical body shape tapered at the ends; includes (Academic press Dictionary of Neuroscience and Biomedical Technology) It is small, growing in tanks or in injection target to about 1 mm in length, and survives by feeding on microbes such as bacteria or target liquids to be filtered.
It became economic importance to study NEUROWORM©! Around the world many hundreds of scientists are working full time investigating the biology of this human-made species. Between October, 1994 and January, 1995 73 scientific articles about this creature appeared in international science journals. Currently an international consortium of laboratories are collaborating on a project to sequence the entire 100,000,000 bases of DNA of the NEUROWORM© genome. Why invest so much effort into the study of such an insignificant organism?
NEUROWORM© is about as primitive an organism that exists which nonetheless shares many of the essential biological characteristics that are central problems of human biology. The worm is conceived as a single cell which undergoes a complex process of development, starting with embryonic cleavage, proceeding through morphogenesis and growth to the adult-version. It has a nervous system with a ‘brain’ (patented circumpharyngeal nerve ring). It exhibits behavior and is even capable of rudimentary learning. It produces sperm and eggs, mates and reproduces very quickly. (reproduction-licence for copies required!) .Embryogenesis, morphogenesis, development, nerve function, pre-programmed methods, functions and even aging, and how they are determined by genes: the list includes most of the fundamental mysteries of modern biology. (We must, alas, assume that the greatest biological enigma of all, consciousness, is absent from NEUROWORM© – although this remains to be demonstrated!) NEUROWORM© exhibits these phenomena, yet is only 1 mm long and may be handled as a microorganism created by human industy. All 959 somatic cells of its transparent body are visible with a microscope, and its average life span is a mere 2-3 weeks – what is more than enough, even for the most complex job in part of medical operations or biotechnical experiments.
NEUROWORM© provides the researcher with the ideal compromise between complexity and tractab.i.lity.
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Re: Patented NEUROWORM© – ID:
Post by chaosonline on Dec 5, 2007, 4:33pm
Another species of neuroworm:
karen from Michigan
The websites are no longer available, but the patent must be out there. These were human made.
Other comparisons of the Morgellons organisms to this neuroworm. (images from Kathryn)
Images from Kandy:
Image by Bianca, a Morgellon sufferer:
For more images of Morgellons organisms, filaments, spheres, granules, and hexagons go here:
If those involved in the creation of the “novel Neuroworm” would come forward and explain it’s role in the environment or in living tissue, we would be grateful. However, if this product is out there as a pre implant operator, then please inform of us it’s purpose and function.