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THIS MAY BE GROWING ON YOUR SCALP!

Note the feather-like artifact in the upper left corner of the photo. Please contact us if you can identify any of these Morgellons artifacts.

 

 

 

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5 Comments for “THIS MAY BE GROWING ON YOUR SCALP!”

  1. I have had morgellons for just over two years, I believe they are linked to lyme diesease, blue & black ticks but my most recent belief is their cobnnections to the red spider mite, that is linked to monarch butterflies and swan plants. Of which i was stung/bitten 2.5 years ago, i have battled and feel I am winning, but they are algae, worms, fibers, glass like, bug & tick, they do think and they are defensive and self protect, but I do belive they live in your blood and particularry your stomach. I have had many undiagnosed conditions since goingt o the uk when i was 20, some nearly 20 years ago, foot & mouth??? i think they were hiding alot behind a very horrible & ugly man created biological warfare type ceration. Those that have created this need to own up and help the sufferes,. I have found faith and can only hope that other sufferers do so, I was not a beliver before but am now. There is hope for us suffers ust keep beleiving and try anything I have had alot of luck with being creative, trying newthings but there is a light at the end of the tunnel, hold on.

  2. The feather fibers are artificial polymers( polymer brush), probably dental). I’ve had lots of them coming out of my scalp, nose and mouth.

  3. I just pulled an entirrenetwork of fibers with multiple artifacts attached. It is by far the longest fiber I pulled from my scalp. It is several feet long with a central “seed”. As soon as the cluster of fibers was removed, I had instant relief from suffering for 3 years . Where do I send this sample. I truly think it is different than anything I found. Your help is needed. A phone number would be great.

  4. Kathryn A. Augustyn

    We are looking at many artifacts. Some of these are similar to parts of
    insects, while others are plant like and real feather like. A feather type
    gene could have been used to create this. Otherwise, the silk moth and
    other moths have feather like antennas, which may be present in the
    larvae which is in the cocoon.

    We have not labeled it yet.

    Kathryn MRG researcher

  5. I have had the feather like artifacts. Have you ever found out what they were?

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