Morgellons Researchers

The Cause of Morgellons

 

Baculovirus is Identified as Causing Morgellons

Baculovirus is Identified as the Cause of Morgellons

I am stating that the baculovirus is the skeleton, backbone, the central system around which Morgellons is operating. Baculovirus is the source for the black and white ‘specks’, the ‘biofilm’ creation and the fibers to be created, the main three factors that all people with Morgellons have in common.

Of course, the baculovirus is not all there is to Morgellons, there are other factors at work which I think, some of these ‘others’ can easily be identified after comparing what is known and finding the differences.

Let’s look at what Carnicom is studying at this most recent post on August 27, 2009 a paper titled "Artificial Blood?" @ http://www.carnicom.com/blood1.htm

"Strong evidence now exists that an artificial or modified blood form is a dominant internal component, if not the dominant component, of dental filament samples that are commonly associated with the Morgellons condition.

A method has been developed that breaks down the external casing of the fibers. A reconstitution process then takes place. The constituents in the resulting solution have been repeatedly examined under the microscope at high power. The method has been replicated numerous times, and on each occasion the same identifiable structures result. The structures indicate that they are a form of erythrocyte, or red blood cell."

The difference in our terminology is – He is calling these sphere objects "red blood cells", I am calling them "baculovirus".

Carnicom says:
"The size of the erythrocytic form within the dental filament varies more than within the human species, and this appears to be a response to the reconstitutive chemical environment."

What Carnicom has done is brilliant. He is showing what the cellular makeup of the fibers are. He is saying that they appear to be:   "Detailed microscopic examination does indeed satisfy all visual and metric expectations of an erthrocye, or red blood cell, including biconcavity."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Life_form
"Based on cell type, organisms may be divided into the prokaryotic and eukaryotic groups. The prokaryotes represent two separate domains, the Bacteria and Archaea. Eukaryotic organisms, with a membrane-bounded cell nucleus, also contain organelles, namely mitochondria and (in plants) plastids, generally considered to be derived from endosymbiotic bacteria.[1] Fungi, animals and plants are examples of species that are eukaryotes."

We have heard from one other scientist that the fibers are neither Eukaryotic nor Prokaryotes, meaning… well… not a good thing. Carnicom is saying that they are Eukaryotic, which is good that they are in our known two main organisms of all life on earth.  Yeah!

Carnicom has created a process to create a ‘fake’ blood with these ‘red blood cells’. This is good in that so many tests have already been perfected to run on human blood and by running tests on what he has extracted, we should be able to find out more about what is happening on that level in a short amount of time.

On "biconcavity", http://www.ghettodriveby.com/biconcavity/
here’s a photo I took early that shows excellent example of biconcavity, I thought I was looking at a red blood cell also, from human lesion:

 

There’s several things that struck me is that I’m seeing the same sphere on Carnicom’s web page, http://www.carnicom.com/blood1.htm that I have been seeing all along in human and other samples:

Here’s Carnicom’s photo from his site, you see the halo around it, @1 or 2,000x?:

Here’s one for you to compare, the halo is green (iron) in my photos, just different photography, human lesion @450x:

You can see the same place he’s directing his arrow to in his photo below to my photo above?

This is what Carnicom is saying about the different sizes of cells he’s noticing @  http://www.carnicom.com/blood1.htm:

"A second observation is that more variation of size (not form, however) will occur than within human samples observed. This appears to be a result of the chemical environment that allows this reconstitution process to take place. The cells will change in size during observation on the microscope stage, and some of them will reach abnormally large diameters estimated up to approximately 20-25 microns."

He believes he is seeing red blood cells, which he might be. He’s the “scientist with the degree and the equipment, not me!  My degrees are in another area of science.

"They appear to be essentially of regular and flawless geometric form; no human blood samples examined thus far demonstrate this level of uniformity. It is this observation which asks us to consider the existence of an artificial blood form here, or at the very least the consideration of a manipulated or altered cell of some fashion.

In addition, some of the cells will reconstitute to a smaller diameter than a human cell, down to a level of approximately 4 microns in diameter. "

I contend that Carnicom is not seeing red blood cells but possibly the baculovirus instead, because he says that human blood cells are not this uniform, nor are they of this smaller size, 4 microns nor in the larger ranges he mentions, 20-25 microns, that human cells are approximately 6-8 microns.

Also, he mentions that the cells will change sizes during photography which we have noticed that the heat from the microscope lamp will causes evident changes in other experiments. Baculovirus start changing with a rise in temperature, which I do not believe is true for human red blood cells which would cause them to increase up to 3 times their normal size?

How has he created his experiment?  He’s taken dental samples where a person swishes red wine in their mouths and the filaments come out in this process.

Carnicom’s photo from http://www.carnicom.com/blood1.htm:

I’m thinking that since he is starting with red wine that is blood-like to begin with and adds two clear chemicals and boils it… he’s going to end up with something that looks blood-like? 

Carnicom’s photo from http://www.carnicom.com/blood1.htm:

It is inconclusive at this time that whatever is in his test tube has any properties of human blood at all, he says, further tests are needed:

Quote from Carnicom @http://www.carnicom.com/blood1.htm:

"The color of the solution at this point does indeed [i]appear[/i] blood red, and [i]visually[/i] does match that of blood in solution. It is [i]possible [/i]that a hemoglobin or protein transformation is incited at this point, and the additional heat in combination with the caustic solution produces this final result. Specific tests for hemoglobin are inconclusive at this stage of the research, and a full protein analysis (not restricted to hemoglobin) is required at this point."

What I am impressed with is how he extracted the fiber coating using this process to retrieve his ‘red blood cell’… and that they might possibly be growing in size, as he states, as he’s looking at them under the microscope, after being boiled… 

He has broken the fiber down to its atomic, cellular level for us to see, very impressive.  That’s how Carnicom can show you at 2000x what I am showing you at 100x.  Carnicom’s work shows that these particular Morgellons baculovirus start at an ‘atomic’ size.

According to: http://www.microbiologybytes.com/virology/kalmakoff/baculo/baculo.html

“The genome size of these viruses range in size from 80 – 180 kbp.” 

Whether or not our particular Morgellons baculovirus is within this size range is yet to be determined.   I can state from observing a specific BV sphere under microscopy over a lapse of time in an experiment, that they increase in size, and according to how they are known to operate, moisture and heat determine size and viability along with time.

WHAT IS A BACULOVIRUS?

First of all, most of you that have been following our work, have seen these unusual images that have been presented and I used the best descriptive terms of objects that were known to exist to match what I was seeing, and not knowing at the time what I was looking at, in order to create a vocabulary to communicate, as we’ve had to do all along with this disease.

You will see the term “capsid” used, a capsid is a capsule or protein shell, in the Morgellons baculovirus, they are shaped like spheres, rocks, spaceship-like and seashells depending on where they are in their phase of development or what their programmed assignments are.  

From Wikipedia’s definition @ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baculovirus

“Baculoviruses have very species-specific tropisms among the invertebrates with over 600 host species having been described. Immature (larval) forms of moth species are the most common hosts, but these viruses have also been found infecting sawflies, mosquitoes, and shrimp. They are not known to replicate in mammalian or other vertebrate animal cells.

Historical influence

The earliest records of Baculoviruses can be found in the literature from as early as the sixteenth century in reports of “wilting disease” infecting silk-producing larva. Starting in the 1940s they were used and studied widely as biopesticides in crop fields. Since the 1990s they have been utilized for producing complex eukaryotic proteins in insect cell cultures (see Sf21). These recombinant proteins have been used in research and as vaccines in both human and veterinary medical treatments (for example, the most widely used vaccine for prevention of H5N1 avian influenza in chickens was produced in a baculovirus expression vector). More recently it has been found that baculoviruses can transduce mammalian cells with a suitable promoter [2]. These medical and potential medical uses have accelerated the number of publications on baculoviruses since 1995.”

Here are some ‘stock’ Internet photos that show their identification:

From photoshelter.com showing the ‘rock capsids’,  you can flip through their stock photos of the various baculovirus,:

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Baculovirus heliothis. This insect virus is commonly used by molecular biologists to produce specific peptides and proteins. TEM.

Here’s a photo of contaminated water cultured in nutrient agar @100x:  

Human arm lesion @100x cultured in nutrient agar with the same ‘rock’ capsids:

Here’s a stock photo of the sphere baculovirus from Wikepedia, what I called a ‘cookie’ earlier:

Baculovirus – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Here is a photo of what I called a "cookie" or "spaceship landing pad" earlier that I was seeing in human samples. It is the ‘sphere and rock’ capsids together, as in the wiki photo above:

Human lesion sample @100x:   

The many ways the Spheres Reproduce:

The sphere or nucleocapsid can reproduce in many different biological ways, including mitosis, meiosis,  asexually,  and others.  Also, it uses a ‘trail leaving’ as in a balloon that’s being deflated, and a ‘scattering’ method as illustrated below:

The photo below shows from a human lesion @100x  where the sphere is reproducing by ‘blowing out’ from its top  the ‘rock and spaceship-like’ capsids and scattering them. 

Human lesion @100x, shows how the sphere deflates and the ‘rock and spaceship-like’ capsids are scattered about:

 

We read that the baculovirus is everywhere. It’s in the water, it’s in the toilet paper, it’s in our food, and it’s probably in the “red water from Mars”.  It’s been here for thousands of years, however, what’s different about the one inside of us is that it is a GM product, the ones here a thousand years ago… well… they didn’t affect humans, only insects.

You can see where any farmer can purchase these to put on their crops, there’s several companies that sell them. And… you can put any insect, fungi, nematode, virus, bacteria, etc. inside of them you want and in any order.

Here’s a few Baculovirus Expression companies to choose from and some that will make your request to order:
http://www.dogpile.com/dogpile/ws/result….=7?_IceUrl=true

Noting this photograph on Carnicom’s site @ http://www.carnicom.com/blood1.htm

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I find it interesting that Carnicom doesn’t say anything about this photo above.   I see where he has what appears to be a ‘cookie’ sphere that has formed?

The SilentSuperBug Movie

“The SilentSuperBug has an image in it very similar to yours…”

Yes, I’m aware of this. I noted to a member that EVERYTHING that was shown in that movie – I was seeing in my human experiments at that time.

You can view the movie @ http://www.silentsuperbug.com/

The ‘satellite’ that is described as that in the ‘SilentSuperBug’  is the baculovirus sphere capsid.

I don’t know the history behind how we’re left to view ‘SilentSuperBug’ today, that’s before my time? I hear that there was a fellow by the name of ‘TamTam’ in the "M" community was trying to tell, warn, show? the people about Morgellons and I don’t know if he wasn’t taken seriously, or what this history is? Maybe, one of the ‘old timers’ can tell us more about what went down with him or more about this movie?

I see where someone replies to a member… ‘contact them’… referring to the ‘SilentSuperBug’ film maker… well, does anyone know how this movie is still in existence, or who produced it.

The “SilentSuperBug” is showing the baculovirus in action.

I remember seeing in that movie what one member had started a thread called the "Isapora Belli" and seeing that shell-like object in my microscopic samples, I have since proven the purpose of these, I am calling them ‘shell capsids’, they will hatch a live insect larvae under certain conditions.

Here is a photo of a larvae in transition from the ‘rock’ to the larvae stage, showing it exiting:

This photo shows where an exit has been made:

Carnicom’s White, Fuzzy Fungus

I just wanted to note that while I was over looking at Carnicom’s page yesterday, that I found another match in our work. He shows a ‘white, fuzzy, cotton candy, Pythium-like fungus’ in his Petri Dishes that I have described over and over… and this appears to me to be a dead match for what we’ve been seeing in our dishes.

5th set of photos on the right @ http://www.carnicom.com/bio11.htm

Here’s another photo of it on another of Carnicom’s pages @ http://www.carnicom.com/culture1.htm

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I have referred to this fungus many times as Pythium-like. I bet if we looked at the baculovirus and see what fungi they have put in them – we will probably find what this ‘white, fuzzy fungus’ is most likely to be?

I haven’t followed Carnicom’s work too closely in the past, I don’t know if this white fungus what he is claiming that matches is what comes from the contrail emissions, or not?

This is the same fungus that I earlier identified as "Pure Morgellons", it is the same fungus that was seen in the ‘sewing thread’ that dropped from the sky, it is the same fungus that appears when you take the live eggs from a GM fungus gnat and place them in a Petri Dish.

This is what this white fungus looks like microscopically:

From a human lesion @100x:

Human Lesion @100x:

The same formation happens under a black spore fungus with a GM fungus gnat’s eggs were introduced into a Petri Dish @100x:

This photo below is 3 days culture from the mysterious ‘sewing thread’ that was dropped in New England area @ 100x:

How the Spheres Are Generated

This is how the fungal/capsid baculovirus combination is designed operate to spread the capsids so that the farmer gets more coverage when he applies the product to his fields.  How it has been shown to ‘explode’ in other’s experiments, appears to operate similar to what is described in the Material Sciences as a process called  “free radical polymerization”.

There are several ways that this fungus/ capsids  system is generated.  In the full life cycle of this particular baculovirus, it repeats over and over.

I asked this person who had been possibly ‘seeded’ with this ‘sewing thread’ if the area she was living in was one of the areas where the bee colonies are having CCD and she said, ‘yes’. I know that fungus gnats are important pollinators and if this thread was a man-made seeding program to increase pollination or if these threads are now being created in nature?

I asked another group what their opinion was on this ‘sewing thread’ that appeared out of the sky and seeded the fungal/capsid network forming… did they think this was man-made or found in nature now? If you really, really think about it… it’s quite a debate and I’m not even sure what the right answer is?

How does this thread work? Well… when it touches the ground and moisture is added… the outside layer contains the fungus. The fungus spreads the capsids around so that they aren’t all in one place, so the farmer gets a bigger coverage on his crops, or on whatever we’re trying to pollinate or rid a pest, or for whatever reason we’re applying this baculovirus in this form.

Some areas, like where she lives, are having moth problems that were accidentally introduced that are destroying the trees in those areas, they were ‘seeding’ with a fungus to kill the moths. This is documented for the past, whether they’re still doing this, I don’t know?

The outside layers of the baculovirus sphere also contain the fungus in their sheath or outer wall. From what I’m seeing not all baculovirus (BV) are the same. Some have a shiny sheath, some have a dull one, some reproduce one way – others reproduce other ways, some contain one insect, some contain another… they are very random and unpredictable from person to person.

When the live GM insect hatches and lays an egg, this egg also has a coating of the fungus on the outside of it. This fungus spreads quickly, just like in Barb’s thread, and also contains thousands of more "polyhedra". One live GM egg "maggot" can create thousands of more polyhedra capsids.

I don’t know if you grasped what I just said? In nature in the past, an egg was laid… a fly was formed… simple. In GM nature a egg is laid… and it creates thousands more of itself in the form of carbon capsids… on and on… and with the fungus gnat or any fly.  That’s why they are literally – everywhere.

Here’s a photo from a live GM fungus gnat or shore fly that was in my house, it laid eggs before it died and I put these eggs in a Petri Dish – it has a black spore fungus that comes with the white fungus and looks the same as the ‘sewing thread’. There are two main fungi involved in the human Morgellons lesion samples, a black and a white one – there are two fungi involved with the coating on the eggs of the GM gnat, that have been matched to human samples.

The egg also uses the white fungi to wrap itself in a cotton-like cocoon while it goes through it’s stages for protection, it is positive from viewing the dish and noting the THICK, yellow biofilm that this combination of larvae and white fungus are what create the thick, yellow goo biofilm, such as someone’s ear/neck being encased. It is suspected that since we can see the outer coating of the BV sphere shedding to create the fungus and a biofilm in the dish that it is doing this inside the human body and that creates the thinner biofilm on our skin.

Live eggs from a GM fungus gnat/shore fly @100x cultured in nutrient agar, this is what the fungus looks like right before the capsids appear: 
 

Polyhedra

If we look at the site recommendation again @ http://www.baculovirus.com/main_frame.htm, and click on the picture on the right – he calls these carbon-looking balls – "polyhedra".

By studying the photo above, we can compare what this baculovirus expert is calling polyhedra to Cliff Carnicom’s photos which I believe are also showing "polyhedra"?

http://www.carnicom.com/morgobs5.htm

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The title of this first photo @ http://www.baculovirus.com/main_frame.htm  says:

"Light micrograph of Sf9 cells 4 days after infection with wild-type AcNPV"

SF9 CELL

Let’s see what this Sf9 Cell is that’s identified on baculovirus.com above and in Carnicom’s human samples above.   I think they are a match. I have bunch of human sample photos with this sphere, that now has a name!

Here’s a photo of the SF9 cell from a human lesion:

  
Here’s one from water contaminated by the GM fungus gnat @100x:

You’ll notice that it starts out ‘carbon-like’ and then matures to a more brownish color as like above in the human lesion.

Here’s some Internet stock photo images of the Sf9 Cell… http://www.dogpile.com/dogpile/ws/result….=7?_IceUrl=true

These two are from: www.postech.edu, this one looks like Carnicom’s, I need to do a comparison:

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That example above looks like the one from the "red rain water from Mars"?

This one tells a story from www.nexcelom.com … I see now why they start out as perfect shiny carbon balls and then change forms, it says that ones like in the dishes of  the ‘sewing thread’ and the photos of the eggs are "uninfected":

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Oh! Even the carbon ‘rock capsids’ are called the Sf9 Cell, too… ok!

From: bioweb.usu.edu

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 How was the SF9 CELL created?

Let’s see where it came from?: http://www.orbigen.com/objects/catalog/product/extras/CEL-10002.pdf

"INTRODUCTION
The Sf9 cell line was derived from pupal ovarian tissue of the Fall armyworm Spodoptera frugiperda. The Sf9 cell line is highly susceptible to infection with Autographa california nuclear polyhedrosis virus (AcNPV baculovirus), and can be used with all baculovirus expression vectors. Sf9 cells are commonly used to isolate and propagate recombinant baculoviral stocks and to produce recombinant proteins."

"derived from pupal ovarian tissue of the Fall armyworm; used in a baculovirus expresssion system since it is capable of mammalian cell-like posttranslational modifications."

The pupal ovarian tissue of the Fall Armyworm… is inside of us?… oh boy!

Spodoptera frugiperda
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www.colpos.mx

That explains the ‘wild’ black hairs! Geezus! The lesions

You can easily order baculovirus expressions here for $50 @:
http://www.prospecbio.com/SCF/

Stem Cell Factor Human Recombinant, Sf9
http://www.steadyhealth.com/encyclopedia/Spodoptera_frugiperda_cell_line

"Sf" stands for: Spodoptera frugiperda

" Facts

* Infection of a Spodoptera frugiperda cell line with Bombyx mori nucleopolyhedrovirus.

* Purification of DNA for the transfection of a Spodoptera frugiperda cell line.

* The cell type used by many laboratories for construction of recombinant baculoviruses and protein production is the Spodoptera frugiperda cell line designated Sf9 (ATCC #CRL-1711).

* Infection of a Spodoptera frugiperda cell line with Bombyx mori nucleopolyhedrovirus.

* A cDNA encoding the cytoplasmic polyhedrin of Bombyx mori cytoplasmic polyhedrosis virus (BmCPV) strain H was introduced into an improved baculovirus expression vector which can be utilized to express foreign genes in the Spodoptera frugiperda cell line IPLB-SF-21AE (Sf21 cells) and the B."

BmCPV strain H and the AcNPV viruses have been added to Sf9 cell as ‘improvements’. Let’s see what they do?

AcNPV

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6402854

"Since mammalian cells can take up and integrate any foreign DNA at very low frequency, it cannot be ruled out by the approach chosen that a very small number of cells might have incorporated and fixed viral DNA in their genomes. As this caveat is always pertinent for any population of cells exposed to foreign DNA, this reservation does not appear to be of particular significance in safety considerations when working with baculoviruses or any virus for that matter."

BmCPV

http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=113995

"Cytoplasmic polyhedrosis viruses (CPVs) belong to the genus Cypovirus in the family Reoviridae (13, 36). These viruses produce large proteinaceous occlusion bodies called polyhedra in the cytoplasms of infected midgut epithelial cells of a wide range of insects (2–4, 14, 34). The polyhedra are the result of the crystallization of a virus-encoded protein, polyhedrin, late during the viral infection, and many virus particles are occluded into the polyhedra (4, 36). One of the functions of these polyhedra is to protect the virions from hostile environmental conditions during horizontal transmission of the disease (2, 4). The polyhedra are highly resistant to both nonionic and ionic detergents and to solubilization at neutral pH. Another function of the polyhedra is to ensure the delivery of virus particles to the target intestinal cells. Here the polyhedra are dissolved by the strongly alkaline pH of the insect midgut, thereby releasing the virions and allowing the infection to proceed."

Let’s see where the "BM" part of BmCPV comes from?

Bombyx mori
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bombyx_mori

It’s just a silkworm… :o

"They are covered with tiny black hairs.   The cocoon is made of a thread of raw silk from 300 to about 900 meters (1,000 to 3,000 feet) long. The fibers are very fine and lustrous, about 10 micrometers (1/2,500th of an inch) in diameter. About 2,000 to 3,000 cocoons are required to make a pound of silk. Based on 1 kilometer (about 1,100 yards) per cocoon, ten unraveled cocoons could theoretically extend vertically to the height of Mount Everest.

The adult phase (the moth) cannot fly. The silkmoths have a wingspan of 3-5 cm (1.5 – 2 inches) and a white hairy body."

**For those of you reading who are not aware, people with Morgellons have strange, wild, unusual white and black hairs that come out of their skin.

Cypovirus

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[image]  Electron micrograph of a Cypovirus
occlusion body ("polyhedron")

"Cypoviruses (aka cytoplasmic polyhedrosis virus; CPV) are a genus of viruses in the Reoviridae family. The virions have an icosahedral structure typical of other reoviruses and are 55-69 nm in diameter.

Cypoviruses have only been isolated from insects. Morphologically, these viruses have much in common with the much more widely studied nucleopolyhedroviruses (NPV), a genus of arthropod viruses in the Baculovirus family. However, CPV have an RNA genome and replicate in the cytoplasm of the infected cells while NPV have a DNA genome and replicate in the nucleus.

Pathogenesis
Infection occurs when a susceptible insect consumes the polyhedra, usually as a contaminant on the insect’s food (in most cases, foliage of a plant). The polyhedra dissolve in the digestive tract of the insect, releasing the virus particles that penetrate the gut epithelial cells. Replication of the virus is often confined to these cells and the progeny virus, in the form of new polyhedra are excreted in the insect feces, thus contaminating more foliage resulting in the spread of the disease to additional insects."

The insect in ALL of it larvae stages, (a fly can have 4), it is eating and pooping more capsids… this makes the 15th way this GM insect can reproduce! I’m going to find some photos of reproduction and post them soon.

http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v446/n7131/abs/nature05628.html
"The molecular organization of cypovirus polyhedra Cypoviruses and baculoviruses are notoriously difficult to eradicate because the virus particles are embedded in micrometre-sized protein crystals called polyhedra. The remarkable stability of polyhedra means that, like bacterial spores, these insect viruses remain infectious for years in soil. The environmental persistence of polyhedra is the cause of significant losses in silkworm cocoon harvests but has also been exploited against pests in biological alternatives to chemical insecticides.

Although polyhedra have been extensively characterized since the early 1900s, their atomic organization remains elusive6. Here we describe the 2 Å crystal structure of both recombinant and infectious silkworm cypovirus polyhedra determined using crystals 5–12 micrometres in diameter purified from insect cells. These are the smallest crystals yet used for de novo X-ray protein structure determination.

We found that polyhedra are made of trimers of the viral polyhedrin protein and contain nucleotides. Although the shape of these building blocks is reminiscent of some capsid trimers, polyhedrin has a new fold and has evolved to assemble in vivo into three-dimensional cubic crystals rather than icosahedral shells. The polyhedrin trimers are extensively cross-linked in polyhedra by non-covalent interactions and pack with an exquisite molecular complementarity similar to that of antigen–antibody complexes. The resulting ultrastable and sealed crystals shield the virus particles from environmental damage.

The structure suggests that polyhedra can serve as the basis for the development of robust and versatile nanoparticles for biotechnological applications such as microarrays and biopesticides."

The "Spaceships" Finally Have A Name!

http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/show/35490.html
AUCKLAND, New Zealand, March 1 New Zealand researchers have detailed the structure of the microcrystals that shield and protect silkworm cypovirus particles.

Peter Metcalf and colleagues at the University of Auckland say their findings help explain the resilience of insect viruses and might aid in the development of insecticides and novel therapeutics.

"Cypoviruses are hard to kill because hundreds of the infectious viral particles are embedded in tiny protein crystals called polyhedra. The polyhedra structure resembles some viral outer shells or capsid proteins but is unique in other ways. And the resulting ultrastable, sealed crystals shield the virus particles from environmental damage. The researchers also report discovering bound nucleotides within the crystals, raising the possibility that polyhedra-like nanoparticles could be used as storage and delivery devices for small molecules or drugs."

I’ve taken a hundred photos of these and they are all different and was forced to call them something…The "Spaceships" finally have a name – they are called ‘polyhedra’?  And, it looks like they are pretty hard to kill, too?

Human arm lesion:
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http://www.microbiologybytes.com/virology/kalmakoff/baculo/pics/BVreplic.swf

We’ve all had those black hairs come out of our lesions or scalps!! And few things like that worm attached or coming out of our skins… and those horrible lesions that won’t heal… somebody needs to be…

Kat mentioned, there’s an Elisa blood test for Baculovirus, and to our get blood titers checked for CD4 and CD8 T-cell function.

And some past flu and other vaccines and the present and upcoming Swine Flu vaccine contain baculovirus expressions? Oh boy!… I’m apparently full of BV already… no thank you, I’ll pass!

Let’s look at Carnicom again @ http://www.carnicom.com/culture4.htm

Carnicom’s photos at 600x:[image]
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Kammy’s photos at 100x:[image]
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I’ve got a match to Carnicom again. Once again he is using much more magnification than I am, I can explain this – my objects/capsids were cultured for 21 days, they grew in size. He does not say how long his ‘objects’ were cultured.

Carnicom does not know what he’s seeing, once again. If anyone knows him, can you put him in touch with me, I’d be glad to tell him what I did in this experiment? I do not know him nor how to exactly reach him.

In an earlier photo on the same page by Carnicom :
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Quote by Carnicom:
"It is not expected that erythrocytes in any natural arrangement would display this type of alignment. At the lower right of the photograph may be evidence of a filament or vestiges of a filament."

I can explain and have already shown and stated what he’s seeing above. My photo below is on a filament also. This ‘filament’ is believed by me to be what the Morgellons fiber is made of in its entirety or this filament is the foundation for the fibers.

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What are we looking at that is creating these particular baculovirus spheres above that Carnicom and I are showing you?

HOW The Morgellons Fibers Are Created

From the GM insect larvae eating the lining of its GM cocoon, or by natural/GM process of defecating and reproducing baculovirus capsids, is the process by which the Morgellons Fibers are created.  By neither being found in nature, this is what is causing this ‘fiber’ to be  a mystery and not found for comparisons.    I’m also stating the ‘frass’ / feces from the GM insect is the composition in whole or it is the foundation for the Morgellons Fibers.

To Date, Morgellons Is:

The other known part of Morgellons, which has been proven to be present 100% – is related to agrobacterium.  This aspect has been positively identified by Vitaly Citovsky who has already stated that this is at 100% in all cases.

http://www.i-sis.org.uk/agrobacteriumAndMorgellons.php

"They found that “all Morgellons patients screened to date have tested positive for the presence of Agrobacterium, whereas this microorganism has not been detected in any of the samples derived from the control, healthy individuals.”

Agrobacterium would also be considered a primary factor also, if all three of the symptoms that people with Morgellons have in common; fibers, specks and biofilm is met, if not, it is a secondary factor.

So, by using this sound logic, we can say – Morgellons is a combination of a BV, GM insect system with the addition of agrobacterium.

It is also possible that there is a 3rd and 4th factor involved, we don’t know yet, unless the other scientists researching are reporting their findings at 100%?  It will be by unraveling each one of these factors to find them at 100% that will be the entire cause.  In my opinion, I’ve done the hard part, identified the main system, all that needs to be done is to compare what is present with the GM insect BV system and agrobacterium and then see what remains at 100% in all cases to find the other cause factors.

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September 5, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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  1. Wow. I just reenrolled in college, to a Biotech major so that I can assist in Morgellon’s research within the next few years. If this is the cause. Do you think it’s a particular chimeric soup, or just a generalized toxic response from the contaiminated atmosphere food supply or vaccines?
    Reading more about Baculovirus, it becomes apparent that this has been one of the wonder drugs in the bioengineering industry used for nearly everything, but the individuals expressing Morgellon’s seems to still be such a small percentage of the population. Dr. Staninger mentioned to me that the individual’s she’d examined shared a common genetic marker from the Tartar/Olmec line. I haven’t read this elsewhere. Is this consistent with your research as well?

    Thanks,
    WyrmSpear

    Comment by WyrmSpear | September 9, 2009 | Reply

    • Hi Wyrm – Finally! A Biotech major, we need your help!

      Yes, I’m seeing a combination that indicates that Chimera is likely to be taking place, since I don’t have a background in Molecular Biology, I cannot say positively, it would take an expert to say that is for certain. I have referred to it as “Morgellon’s Stew”. There are other factors involved that aren’t described here, I’m saying that the baculovirus is the ‘engine’ or backbone of Morgellons, the driving force that keeps it perpetuated.

      We have Vitaly Citovsky who has already stated that agrobacterium is involved in 100% in all cases. So, that factor should be added. We have Robert Smith who is getting numbers in the high 90’s on T parva, Nocardioides sp. JS614, and the Rattus Norvegicus= Kil1= 30 kDa. Which should indicate co-infections. The entomopoxvirus/enterobacteriaceae is also implicated at high numbers, we’re not sure yet.

      I haven’t looked at Staninger’s results yet to see what she’s getting at 100%? Is she finding the Tartar/Olmec genetic blood line at 100%? I will review her work soon.

      Thank you for your interest and be sure to look at the You-Tubes I put out this morning.

      Comment by Kammy | September 9, 2009 | Reply

  2. Well… I’m only first year student now. Became one, since staring in the microscope made little sense to me without having the background to make knowledgable inquiry. I will be looking forward to networking with Vitaly and yourself in the future as I continue to form base skill set.
    Apparently some Chemical Engineering students at the University of Maryland have worked with Baculovirus to create the flourescing red and blue markers, from what I found when doing a search for Baculovirus and Maryland in google, a few research dissertations. Both Johns Hopkins and UM appear to have teams involved in various Baculovirii projects.
    I find it interesting to note that in the required courses for a 2 year Biotech AAS, that there are absolutely NO ethics courses, I would hope that the 4 year Bioengineering Bachelors would include some. Otherwise, it’s really no secret how something this totally F’ed up could occur with the virtual lack of oversight given by NIH, EPA etc.. when releasing these into the wild.

    I saw some of the older posts from July.. where is the preferred meeting place for researchers to collaborate on this subject? Here? I found your articles from “Morgellons – A Mundane Approach” which I have come to gather great respect for.

    Take Care,
    WyrmSpear

    Comment by WyrmSpear | September 10, 2009 | Reply

  3. Hi Wyrm,

    We’re on morgellons-disease-research.com and lymebusters.proboards.com/
    come join us?

    Comment by Kammy | September 10, 2009 | Reply

  4. An individual I’ve spoken with @ NIH that has background manufacturing various proteins with baculovirii has recommended .. “Southern blots to see if the DNA is integrated in the genome of humans with Morgellon’s Disorder”

    Anyone know if that has been attempted? Perhaps Ahmed Khalani, could perform this test at CloneGen…

    WyrmSpear

    Comment by WyrmSpear | September 10, 2009 | Reply

  5. Sf9 papers recommend Western Blot for identification of Rna.

    Dr. K seems spent. I spent about 30 min speaking with him on the phone yesterday and he is despondent and reluctant to run any additional tests. He has spent alot of his own money chasing the shadows of theory over the past few years and his grant requests from NIH have gone ignored. Individuals from various organizations are willing to send him samples but no $$ to pay for the analysis. He also states that he could not find the agrobacterium components that were supposedly present in all cases.

    This motivates me and saddens me simultaneously. I was hoping to volunteer lab work at CloneGen, to help the cause.

    WyrmSpear

    Comment by WyrmSpear | September 11, 2009 | Reply

  6. Hi Wyrm,

    Thanks for the correction, I think we had the Southern Blot mentioned. I’m not sure who “Dr. K”, is, Wyrm?

    That’s interesting about the agrobacterium not being found in all cases, maybe it’s the way the samples were submitted?

    Yes, I can see the NIH’s reasoning behind this. I wasn’t aware that CloneGen is doing Morgellons research?

    So, what are you going to do now?

    Comment by Kammy | September 12, 2009 | Reply

  7. Know any researchers in the DC/MD area? I’ve been in contact w/an oncologist at JHU that has been working with the flourescent protein markers in Baculovirii. She seemed intrigued but I haven’t heard back from her yet. The whole idea seemed foreign yet exciting to her.

    I’ve spoken to 2 individuals with Morgellon’s and they both have had gnat infestations in their immediate environments as well.

    Are these capsids in the shiny faerydust organophosphate crystals found expressed from Morgellon’s sufferers skins? I also see these type of particles all over the ground in places I would not expect in the local community.

    Can you recommend a good microscope specific to the needs of a Morgellons researcher?

    I tried to go to the website you mentioned but I saw no forum interface to register or login. Am I missing something?

    Dr. Ahmed Khalani, volunteered his lab analysis time and money at Clone Gen in Germantown, MD. After having multiple grant and research proposals ignored by NIH, he now seems reticent to spend any more time chasing shadows at his own expense.

    Anyone in contact with the actual CDC researchers?

    Thanks,
    Wyrm

    Comment by WyrmSpear | September 12, 2009 | Reply

  8. Hi Wyrm,

    You know we all have different symptoms? I used to wonder why, I’m not sure that everyone has gnats, I’m thinking it can be any insect with a larvae stage and/or any flying insect. We know some people have the sawfly, for instance.

    I had a bad infestation in my house recently – from a bag of potatoes. Makes me wonder if they came up out of my drain and went to the open bag or the potatoes were the source to begin with? You notice Carnicom is using up to 9,000x? Well, I’m thinking that this capsid might start out as nano in size?

    Oh yes, I’ve heard of Dr. Ahmed Khalani… has he published his findings anywhere?

    The CDC Researchers?… no, they are quite mysterious, I saw where they have collected blood samples and are about to give the results, which is a farce. We’ve all had our blood taken and the Morgellons pathogens aren’t showing up with today’s traditional blood tests. We see we need a Western or Southern Blot to find this?

    The microscope I use is very inexpensive, since Morgellons is seen with the naked eye or with 20x… your main concern is one that will take photographs, I would think?

    “I tried to go to the website you mentioned but I saw no forum interface to register or login. Am I missing something?”

    I’m not sure which link you’re referring to?

    Yes, these sphere capsids are in our lesion debris, interesting that you’re seeing “M” debris on the ground, I wouldn’t doubt it, though. They’re letting us run around and ‘seed’ the entire planet, what’s it going to take to wake them up?

    In that second video of the Life Cycle, I just put in a diagram of it at the very end… take a look at that and tell me what you think? Has man finally created perpetual motion in the form of an insect’s life cycle?

    Comment by Kammy | September 12, 2009 | Reply

  9. Kammy,

    yea, I had read “a common sense approach” a while back and was intrigued by the idea of toulene being a byproduct of fiber production, that attracted the insects to nest subdermally. Since the insects seem to vary in so many folks experience, this would make more sense. Also this leads me to believe that the bites, stings, and possibly even lyme in some people cases may have come secondary to Morgellons infection. That the cellular process may have brought the bugs after the fact. I think I’m entertaining Carnicom’s chemtrail association as well, when I see the shiny stuff on the ground. I know that they spray over the DC/MD metro area constantly. The use of Bt for Gypsy moth control via aerosol has been publically admitted. In addition to crops transgenically bred and then offered to the food supply 3rd party through cattle feed and processing into corn syrup, etc. These things could be literally everywhere in the modern ecosystem, especially if they exponentially replicate as you’ve offered.
    I theorize that the immune response was probably fairly efficient at cleaning out small reserves of this virus and ejecting mutated cells, but when immunity is weakened, the onslaught of foreign genetics found a foothold within the bodies of morgellons sufferers. Again since the lyme component doesn’t reach 100% I think it’s more likely that the lyme was more likely a coinfection that assists morgellon’s in wearing down the immune response.

    My microscope came from Toys r Us with a digital camera for $35 and can see up to 900x but it’s plastic and tough to keep in good focus. I looked on e-bay and found flourescent systems in the mid teens $1500-1700’s. Only worth while if there is something specific that I will be using it for. The one I’d really like is the Phenom Scanning Electron Microscope but there is no way unless I own a lab… It’s a desktop system that goes to 20000x or 30nm. After all I am hoping to get a masters in Nano…

    Just found the forum area on MRG, and logged in…

    See ya round,
    WyrmSpear

    Comment by WyrmSpear | September 12, 2009 | Reply

  10. Hi Wyrm,

    Here’s a site you might interested in joining? http://www.molecularstation.com/forum/

    Well, since you’re in-between jobs, if you have access to a Petri Dish and some ‘Morgs’, just throw them in and tell us what you see?

    So, they admitted that they were using Bt to rid the gypsy moth? I read and posted about them using a certain type of fungus in those areas, but Bt wasn’t mentioned. We’re still trying to identify the white, fuzzy fungus – the one growing in Carnicom’s dish, looks the same, too.

    Yes, I agree about the weakened immune system along with stress… we haven’t looked at prion diseases yet, either.

    Comment by Kammy | September 13, 2009 | Reply

  11. Thanks Kammy,

    I love the link… Lots of cool stuff and information there.
    I am however, working ft and taking 10 cr hours this semester, but I do plan on helping with home research as I learn and master the skills to be of some assistance. I really want a new scope but we’ll see. I got tired of staring in the scope without the ability to know what to do with what I was observing, hence this new career path.

    I do find that Essential Oils seem to be the most effective at causing the purge reaction in fibers and specks. They seem to vary, but most effective as I’ve observed are Chamomile, Tea Tree, Eucalyptus and to a smaller degree lavender. The “Herbal Select” Biotone Massage Cream, was the culprit that made me aware of what I was seeing in my clients epidermis. I have no ties to the company but it is a decent product, that I like to work with.

    It seems to me to be a simple matter to take a purge mixture with one to the doctors, if they want to prove the fiber/speck formulation. Assuming the doctor would give them the time to be observant of the reactions…. How in the world would they give DOP in those cases?

    Thanks,
    WyrmSpear

    Comment by WyrmSpear | September 14, 2009 | Reply

    • Hi Wyrm,

      I think we have to step into the doctor’s shoes to see where they are coming from… they know this disease is broad, covers all areas of medicine, which most are specialists. They probably realize that finding out what’s wrong with the patient is going to require a lot of testing.

      I think they (as scientists) tend to stick together and refuse to believe what is unheard of in the scheme of ‘bringing no harm’… that some field of science has gone too far.

      One of the last doctors I saw, wouldn’t shake my hand and after barely examining me, he rushed to the antiseptic hand cleaner… I think they know something is strangely wrong, and they are scared, too.

      Maybe, their hands are tied by insurance politics? If you think about it – because of all the possibilities of what we could have come into contact with, the testing alone, will break the insurance companies.

      If I were a doctor… I would want to know what is happening for fear that myself or my family could somehow be affected, doesn’t this seem like rational thinking to you?

      Comment by Kammy | September 15, 2009 | Reply

      • Kammy,
        I totally know where you’re coming from in this comment. When I spoke with my primary about Morgellon’s he gave a mixed reaction as well. On one hand, he cautioned me, suggesting that asking too many questions in the center of Marylands Military/Medical complex might find me in a premature auto accident, noting his personal knowledge of Government led experiments that expose the public to certain pathogens, and on the other he said he had heard murmurings within the community about it but said the testing required to find out the full extent of the problem would be far too expensive for most insurance companies to sign off on. He also respectfully declined to shake my hand since I had worked on someone with the disorder.

        Having brought up the Baculovirii hypothesis to my molecular biology professor, she instantly dismissed the idea that it could jump to humans, and went into a tirade about how the virii that BioTechnologists work with are inert. I believe many in the field are ignorant to this possibility, since it’s one of their often used tools.

        It’s been nice speculating with ya,
        WyrmSpear

        Comment by WyrmSpear | September 15, 2009

  12. If I had a penny for every time I came here… Amazing read!

    Comment by Wallace Francis | May 27, 2010 | Reply


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