Morgellons Fibers: Skin
Section 1: Fibers on and under the skin
Section 2: Fibers in fingers and hands
Section 3: Fiberballs
Section 4: 'Multi-colored' fibers
Photos taken with the Celestron 44306 hand-held microscope camera.
Above: These bunch of fibers were on the inner joint of the index finger. They are clearly visible both under the skin and emerging. At the time this was taken, my pH was very low (acidic) and I was having a hard time bringing it up to alkaline for two days. When I checked my skin I saw many more fibers then usual and many were still under the skin. I asked myself what would cause such fiber growth, when I made the connection to an acidic system. This confirms for me, what 'Homeworld' and others have said about Morgellons fiber growth—keeping the body alkaline slows the process down.
Above: Fibers and particles in various states of emerging from the skin. This mass exodus happens after coconut oil has been applied to skin and usually takes 3-4 hours after application to see this kind of event. Enlargement 200X
Above: A rare gold fiber makes an appearance next to a red 'heart' shaped fiber.
Above: Cameras focus was pulled on the area where the fiber is still under the skin.
Above: Fibers both above and below the surface of the skin.
Above: Coconut oil on the face draws up fibers and particles.
Above: Red and black fiber. Note the many 'particles' in the skin.
Above: Closeup of the fibers show how they continue to sprout "limbs."
Section 2. Fibers in Hands & Fingers
I've noticed the most fiber activity is concentrated in my hands and face.
Just think of all the people who do not know that they have fibers in their skin and are handling raw produce with their bare hands at the supermarket. A disquieting thought.