MORGELLONS ENVIRONMENT: ONE WORLD
A researcher’s scientific analysis and MRG member’s comparison to known metals and implant material.
by MRG Researchers
Morgellon researchers and associates, using SEM have produced image/analysis of Morgellon artifacts, up close and personal. One can see very detailed shapes and forms which are all around us. They are on trees, in gardens, on your pet, in the air and in the water, as well as in your lungs, skin and gut: simple as that.
One can ignore these, and think they will not affect you. But, this affects all of us. We are being bombarded by particles, self assembling building blocks of new shapes and forms spread all over the environment in this geo engineering BioGenesis. We are now in the Post Biogenesis era, with implications and repercussions found daily. These artifacts are from the human/earth experiment which most human beings are unaware. Most cannot see the chemtrails at all. Most people never look up, so one is geared toward the dark matters of life, rather than the light matter, and in its disguise, an illumination, a bioillumination made of nefarious material, the alchemy of which we are not privy too. Many of these products are made of magical materials as well as bonifide alchemical substances.
Here we can see these SEM images that show us in detail the characteristics of these forms and shapes and upon analysis the compositions of these transitional metals were obtained. Analysis is briefly given for each artifact. Comparisons can be made to the actual elements.
The researcher describes the SEM process and what was found.
“We chose four artifacts from among those received. We prioritized those which were of greatest interest (as in looking for the crystal in a [Morgellon subject’s] short hair, and those which could be most easily removed transferred to the pedestals that are designed for the SEM. Nothing was carbon-coated. All samples had to be placed on a pad of glue on the pedestal.”
“Note: “(The)Hex Crystal found on public building counter top.”
This artifact was the first one we examined. We determined it was highest in the elements Carbon and Oxygen.”
“We thought that the focused beam of the SEM had begun to “burn” the “crystal” so we quit our investigation for fear we might destroy the artifact. When I examined it further under another microscope it didn’t appear to have been “burned.”
I. HEXAGON On Countertop
II. Larry Meyer’s Red Crystal
“My fellow investigator said he felt this material was plant-based. He says it appears to be pigment. What does the element content of the Report tell us?”
Magnesium K-series 12.73 3.91 24.18 0.7
Chromium K-series 2.46 0.76 2.18 0.1
Manganese K-series 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
Selenium L-series 13.81 4.24 8.07 0.7
Bismuth M-series 296.97 91.10 65.57 10.3
Carbon K-series 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
Sodium K-series 17.56 6.53 23.84 1.1
Magnesium K-series 21.32 7.92 27.38 1.2
Iron K-series 6.15 2.29 3.44 0.2
Bromine L-series 45.71 16.99 17.86 2.2
Antimony L-series 7.95 2.96 2.04 0.3
Bismuth M-series 170.40 63.32 25.45 5.9
Bismuth Comparison to Artifiact:
III. J’s Poly big bulbs from a pair of slacks.
…..” polyester pants “biggest bulbs” sample appears to have “melted” into the carbon & glue on the pedestal. Why?
The bulb that we were able to find and x-ray for elements was discernible but may have been affected as well by the carbon & glue.
We read the artifact in two locations. The “bulb” was high Antimony. There was also some Technetium and Indium.
Are these elements auspicious in regard to Morgellon’s? In regard to nano-technology?They sound really exotic to me.”
Carbon K-series 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
Sodium K-series 11.26 4.92 21.38 0.7
Technetium L-series 4.45 1.94 1.98 0.2
Indium L-series 11.19 4.89 4.25 0.4
Antimony L-series 201.94 88.24 72.39 6.0
The above were found in the sample from [subject’s] polyester pants
Why is an artificial element used in nuclear fusion creating the specimens we are finding?
A. Antimony ( /ˈæntɨmɵni/ an-ti-mo-nee;[note 2] Latin: stibium) is a toxic chemical element with the symbol Sb and an atomic number of 51. A lustrous grey metalloid, it is found in nature mainly as the sulfide mineral stibnite (Sb2S3). Although the use of antimony is limited by its toxicity, its compounds have been of fundamental value in chemistry – a prominent example being the development of superacids derived from antimony pentafluoride. Antimony compounds are prominent fire retardants found in many commercial and domestic products. Certain alloys are valuable for use in solders and ball bearings. An emerging application is the use of antimony in microelectronics”
Real Antimony images for comparisons:
tin ← antimony → tellurium As silvery lustrous gray
Native antimony with oxidation products http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/66/Antimony_massive.jpg
A vial containing a black allotrope of antimony
B. Technetium ( /tɛkˈniːʃiəm/ tek-nee-shee-əm) is the chemical element with atomic number 43 and symbol Tc. It is the lowest atomic number element without any stable isotopes; every form of it is radioactive. Nearly all technetium is produced synthetically and only minute amounts are found in nature. Naturally occurring technetium occurs as a spontaneous fission product in uranium ore or by neutron capture in molybdenum ores. The chemical properties of this silvery gray, crystalline transition metal are intermediate between rhenium and manganese.
Many of technetium’s properties were predicted by Dmitri Mendeleev before the element was discovered. Mendeleev noted a gap in his periodic table and gave the undiscovered element the provisional name ekamanganese (Em). In 1937 technetium (specifically the technetium-97 isotope) became the first predominantly artificial element to be produced, hence its name (from the Greek τεχνητός, meaning “artificial”).
Its short-lived gamma ray-emitting nuclear isomer—technetium-99m—is used in nuclear medicine for a wide variety of diagnostic tests. Technetium-99 is used as a gamma ray-free source of beta particles. Long-lived technetium isotopes produced commercially are by-products of fission of uranium-235 in nuclear reactors and are extracted from nuclear fuel rods. Because no isotope of technetium has a half-life longer than 4.2 million years (technetium-98), its detection in red giants in 1952, which are billions of years old, helped bolster the theory that stars can produce heavier elements.
43 Tc TechnetiumTransition metal, mass: 98 u, no stable isotopes, abundance rank (earth/space): 92/84
A piece of technetium, the image is public domain
Technetium is the first element without stable isotopes. In Earth’s crust it exists due to natural uranium decay, on Earth’s surface as consequence of nuclear explosions. The long-lived isotope 98Tc has a half-life of 4.3 million years, which makes technetium moderately good researchable. It is a silvery, hard, relatively noble metal with attributes similar to rhenium. It has its most important application in medicine, where the isomer 99mTc is a main substance for radio diagnosis. This is made synthetically. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technetium
C. Indium ( /ˈɪndiəm/ in-dee-əm) is a chemical element with the symbol In and atomic number 49. This rare, very soft, malleable and easily fusible post-transition metal is chemically similar to gallium and thallium, and shows the intermediate properties between these two. Indium was discovered in 1863 and named for the indigo blue line in its spectrum that was the first indication of its existence in zinc ores, as a new and unknown element. The metal was first isolated in the following year. Zinc ores continue to be the primary source of indium, where it is found in compound form. Very rarely the element can be found as grains of native (free) metal, but these are not of commercial importance.
Indium’s current primary application is to form transparent electrodes from indium tin oxide in liquid crystal displays and touchscreens, and this use largely determines its global mining production. It is widely used in thin-films to form lubricated layers (during World War II it was widely used to coat bearings in high-performance aircraft). It is also used for making particularly low melting point alloys, and is a component in some lead-free solders.
Indium is not known to be used by any organism. In a similar way to aluminium salts, indium(III) ions can be toxic to the kidney when given by injection, but oral indium compounds do not have the chronic toxicity of salts of heavy metals, probably due to poor absorption in basic conditions. Radioactive indium-111 (in very small amounts on a chemical basis) is used in nuclear medicine tests, as a radiotracer to follow the movement of labeled proteins and white blood cells in the body.
Indium wetting the glass surface of a test tube
IV. M’s Short Hair
Found in human hair and used as a superconductor?
M’s Short Hair report – 1/19/11 was read by the SEM x-ray in three different locations to compare what we thought was the “root” with the shaft. The first reading (of the “root”) is high is several elements. The second and third are high in Carbon and Niobium. What do these elements mean in regard to Morgellon’s research? We found no crystal, as was suggested, and no “signature”.
C 6 K-series 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
Na 11 K-series 4.72 10.82 31.39 0.3
Mg 12 K-series 3.00 6.88 18.88 0.2
Se 34 L-series 4.05 9.28 7.84 0.2
Sr 38 L-series 8.24 18.87 14.37 0.4
Nb 41 L-series 6.31 14.44 10.37 0.3
Sb 51 L-series 9.34 21.40 11.72 0.3
Bi 83 M-series 3.55 8.12 2.59 0.2
U 92 M-series 4.45 10.19 2.85 0.2
The below was found in M’s hair
Niobium ( /naɪˈoʊbiəm/) or columbium (/kəˈlʌmbiəm/), is a chemical element with the symbol Nb and atomic number 41. A rare, soft, grey, ductile transition metal, niobium is found in the minerals pyrochlore, the main commercial source for niobium, and columbite. The name comes from Greek mythology: Niobe, daughter of Tantalus.
Niobium has physical and chemical properties similar to those of the element tantalum, and the two are therefore difficult to distinguish. The English chemist Charles Hatchett reported a new element similar to tantalum in 1801, and named it columbium. In 1809, the English chemist William Hyde Wollaston wrongly concluded that tantalum and columbium were identical. The German chemist Heinrich Rose determined in 1846 that tantalum ores contain a second element, which he named niobium. In 1864 and 1865, a series of scientific findings clarified that niobium and columbium were the same element (as distinguished from tantalum), and for a century both names were used interchangeably. The name of the element was officially adopted as niobium in 1949.
It was not until the early 20th century that niobium was first used commercially. Brazil is the leading producer of niobium and ferroniobium, an alloy of niobium and iron. Niobium is used mostly in alloys, the largest part in special steel such as that used in gas pipelines. Although alloys contain only a maximum of 0.1%, that small percentage of niobium improves the strength of the steel. The temperature stability of niobium-containing superalloys is important for its use in jet and rocket engines. Niobium is used in various superconducting materials. These superconducting alloys, also containing titanium and tin, are widely used in the superconducting magnets of MRI scanners. Other applications of niobium include its use in welding, nuclear industries, electronics, optics, numismatics and jewelry. In the last two applications, niobium’s low toxicity and ability to be colored by anodization are particular advantages.’…. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niobium
These comparisons cause one to ponder, the fast, almost secretive way that Nano moved into our lives. These inorganic elements have now found their way into living organisms. These new elements are old ancient elements, of which most of us are not familiar with. However, they fit nicely into the new NanoWorld. These nanoparticles, chips and filaments are often hybrids of organic elements and inorganic elements. New metals and and inorganic chemistry is setting the stage for Oneness with the Environment, and the circle of life has now become a square. Welcome to the new Box.