Comparison of Morgellons Fibers in Skin, Hair,
Urine, Stool, Semen, Vaginal Fluid, Water, Spring Water, Plants, Dust and Snow
The Morgellons fibers observed in the body appear to be pervasive in the environmental as well.
Homeworld's observations: the "crystal filaments" growing from the tap water...are the same things that are growing from the skin. [...and everywhere else...]
fibers from hair look exactly the same as what is found in the water...except they are hundreds//thousands of times larger. If they are not "alive"...how the heck does a simple "assembly/crystalization" technique keep growing like this?
What is it using for construction material?
Above: "long "crystal" fiber..loaded with..projections..structures..some look like tiny leaves."
Homeworld's observations:It has not escaped my attention that the "morg hair" phenomena comes in at least two flavors...the straight, rigid crystal columns...in the foreground...and the even more plentiful 'crystal ribbon" curvy sort of morg hair..that I strongly suspect is fungal related...and is plentiful in the tap water. "Column"/"sugar snake" fibers are in tap water too, but in lesser numbers. Red and blue fibers in tap water as well as the pigmented gels. All very...coincidental.
Contaminated water courtesy of New Jersey.
Above: Earwax from Ayla is forming fibers. Note the embedded blue fiber.
Above: Dust bunny from Ayla's apartment
Above: Vaginal fluid discharge. Below: Enlargement of vaginal fluid.
Image above and directly below are the same particle showing both sides. It was found dried from dried vaginal fluid (sorry to be so graphic). Just another indicator that these particles are in all systems of the body
Above The three images above came from an article by Mike Adams the "Health Ranger" http://www.naturalnews.com/041646_Chicken_McNuggets_forensic_food_analysis_strange_fibers.html
As a footnote: The three images below came from an article by Mike Adams the "Health Ranger" http://www.naturalnews.com/041646_Chicken_McNuggets_forensic_food_analysis_strange_fibers.html