Morgellons: Anatomy of a Lesion
'Homeworld' sent me a visual diary in answer to my questions about lesions—how they start and the process of destruction. As his answers were illuminating, I thought others might benefit from seeing them. Included are photos of lesion 'fluid' as they appear under magnification.
Photos and commentary in this section provided courtesy of Fungihomeworld or 'Homeworld.' Additional postings by Homeworld can be found on curezone here.
Above:"Classic hair follicle siege...follicle wall is very inflamed....white gunk on hair shaft...yellow gel flowing like lava...white fibers begin to sprout from yellow gel. Lesion is well underway...under that goo...crater is forming."
Above: Fibers sprouting from the lesions scab.
Above:"The interface between the lesion "scab" and the healthy skin is very active.
Usually a prominent 'ridgeline' develops around the circumference of the lesion. Skin is apparently being dissolved and turned into "mOrg plastic" at the ridgeline. Tugging at that
ridge can often remove it."
Above:"Here is the same lesion as the one above. You can see the "groove" on
the left side that results after pulling the "ridge ring" free. Note that the remaining
"scab" is "morg plastic," not skin."
Above: "The "ridge" after removal from the lesion scab. Aggressive fiber activity is visible."
Above: "Close up of fiber activity on the ridge material."
Removing the "ridge" effectively increases the visible area of the lesion by the width of the "ring." No loss. That ring is no longer flesh. It is "mOrg." I have found that keeping the periphery of the lesion clear of "ring growth" slows down the growth of the lesions. If the morg "goo/plastic" is not in contact with the healthy skin, the rate of skin destruction is less.
However, as of late, I have become much more aggressive in simply removing the entire "morg scab." The scab rebuilds quickly...often several times. Eventually the "mOrg" seem to run out of building materials...and the goo accumulations slows....and the new skin cells flood in and retake the field. As a general rule, once I observe the fresh skin cell troops arriving in force...that mOrg lesion is toast. I leave the mop up to the "rebuilding" crew.
Above: Note the fiber well below the wet surface of the lesion.
See this video on youtube of the 'gel node wires' as they grow in real-time. Note for the abbreviated impaired: "RBC's" are red blood cells
This underside view of a Morgellons scab sent in by a woman in France shows the extensive root system set up by the disease.
Lesions from Ayla's skin
I hadn't gotten any lesions until Oct. 2010 when I began chelating (I've had Morgellons since Jan. 2010). The few I had were minimal and I term them, 'papercut' lesions. These appeared on the hands. This is a very common phenomena among those ill with Morgellons. Sufferers have shared that they often have a multitude of these types of 'cracks' in their hands at the same time.
Above: Looks like a normal papercut, however it's a lesion. See enlargement below.
Above: Skin spontaneously opens. Often a fiber is visible. In the photo above a
blue fiber is apparent.
Above: This is a mosquito bite that I scratched till the skin tore. Not only has it sent forth fibers, but they are encasing a blob of some unknown origin. Note the blue fiber to the far
right of lesion under the skin.