Unidentified Bugs, Filaments and Rocks: The Morgellons Reality
These images are very typical of most Morgellons patients. Many have larvae-migrans type lesions that connect to one another. Others have lesions that develop from one bump that opens. From these lesions are found bug parts, legs, bugs themselves, filaments that can represent polymer-type materials. Also, calcium-type, “shard”-like materials have been found. Some of these materials may have organic/inorganic forms of carbon granules. Cysts or biofilms have developed under these bumps. From them, pod-like organisms are found as well. This is not an ordinary pathogen. This has many varied pathogen associations including bug bites, fungi, and small charged particles and inorganic materials. It appears that a charged particle resides inside the polymers which appears magnetic, from some studies done on magnetic properties of these specimens. Many more studies are being done to determine what these specimens consist of, including organic and inorganic materials.
Images provided by Yvette Richard, MRG Research Associate