What’s Happened To Us?
To my advantage or disadvantage, I have an outer ear lesion that is in a state that makes it obvious as to what’s happening inside my Morgellons, possibly more than other folks might be aware? From what I have described and from feedback received on the various ear support threads, my situation is, so far, unique. This is not the open-type lesion that looks like a sore. It’s the pinna and lobe part that keeps endlessly producing what I have called, ‘debris’ in the past, for a lack of knowing. It has a line or a linked chain that goes up the length of the pinna in a polymerization process. This chain is actually raised up and easily seen and felt.
My ear does not appear to have much blood in it, mostly debris, no matter how hard I try or what I use, these debris particles are quickly replenished. I have sought out many doctors in various specialties and have yet to be somewhat examined, I have asked for diagnostic tests to be run, this request has been ignored. In fact, my main primary care physician has asked me to find another doctor.
As a people who have been in need of answers, support, and treatments, we’ve had nowhere else to turn but to the Internet and this fact giving doctors a reason to further reinforce our condition as being mental… a doctor actually stated to me that Morgellons is, ‘An Internet Disease’, doctors have used various methods of intimidation to continue to patronize us as patients.
From not being able to find remedies, not knowing the exact cause and my situation seeming unique from the various Internet sites along with my hobby interest in microbiology of 13 years, I decided to culture my lesion debris and that of others for comparisons, overall, I have documented twenty some experiments, using six different people’s lesion samples and hundreds of hours of research to draw my conclusions from.
My methodology has been very simple. I take dried lesion particles from the inside of the skin and place them directly into the Petri Dish, no blood is involved, I used nutrient agar as my culture medium and photographed directly into the Petri Dish using 100x in most cases, with a fairly inexpensive microscope. At this time, no other researcher has come to the exact same conclusions that I have nor have any used the same methodology either, Carnicom is showing some of the same images that I am, but he is using different terminology.
My background is not in the biology sciences, it is in Computer Science, naturally, I am trained to use logic and flowcharting skills in problem solving. Morgellons is a complicated disease, and of course, I’ve made some mistakes in identifying some of these cellular entities along the way. When I first started microscopically viewing the Morgellons samples, it was like viewing a ‘three-ringed circus’. Here’s my first YouTube of my cultured lesion debris showing this very complicated world, I ask for microbiology help here, this is March 2009, the main pathogen was mis-identified as ‘Crypto’ here:
(will be continued…)
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