Morgellons Hexagonal Artifacts – Volume 1

This interesting specimen was discovered as an airborne artifact in 2010, at a coastal location in Oregon, USA. Seen greatly magnified here, the artifact measures a fraction of a millimeter — just barely eye-visible (smaller than the period at the end of this sentence). It appears to be an assembled “sandwich” of two greatly differing materials. A central substance is contained by what appear to be two thin, possibly vapor deposition plated, hexagonal crystals. Initial microscopic examination by Larry Meyer & Shelly Sovola (MRG), revealed a most interesting observation. While displayed on the screen of a digital microscope at 100x magnification, the central material began to luminesce and produce a bluish-green growth at the corner of the crystal, as shown in this photo-micrograph. Over a period of only 30 seconds the growth budded, branched and produced thorns similar to those found on roses. Following the discovery of this specimen, Morgellons microscopic Hexagonal Artifacts began appearing from other locations.


High resolution of the crystal assembly shown above:


Close-up of crystal edge showing SELF-ILLUMINATION


This illumination occurred just prior to the growth of what appeared to be biological, plant-like material erupting from the crystals “facet” junction.  Photos by Shelley Sovola/MRG.



The biological, plant-like material produced by this Morgellons Hexagon:









 Morgellons Crystal Hexagon X-ray Analysis


“…[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



Five areas of analysis — As you can see from the element list carbon is very high, then chlorine and oxygen. The Aluminum peak you see is likely an artifact from the stub so you can ignore it.









Artifacts presented here appear to have a connection with Morgellons syndrome.


  • All specimens shown on these pages have been found in the environment of Morgellons sufferers — be it airborne or found in bedding or exuded/erupted from a dermatological lesion.
  • All photographs presented are photomicrographs shot with microscope/camera combinations, many at below 100x magnification.
  • None of the artifacts shown here have been identified, to date, though having been presented to a variety of professional specialists.




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2 Comments for “Morgellons Hexagonal Artifacts – Volume 1”

  1. I have photos of these hexagons found on my skin as well. They look like tiny sequins; they’re luminescent, which is what made me look at it under the microscope. I placed it on my notebook to snap a photo and oddly, after I removed it I looked back at the exact spot and there was a long black hair/fiber..

  2. The mystery of these Hexagons remain most interesting. For the past several years, I have noticed them exiting the skin from my forearms and hands. They seem to glow like bright silver and appear as a miniscule printed Y shape until observed under a microscope whereupon they appear as a Hexagon. They are difficult to capture. I retrieve them using a piece of clear tape, and plaster them onto a slide. Colors vary from maroon to blue. On occasion, they have appeared
    twenty at a time!

    Although they have been located in the environment, I believe they all originate in the body. On the website “Morgellons Exposed” there appears a photo of the Hexagons producing beneath the skin. I trust the person who submitted the photo. Is there no end to this mystery? Sage

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