Morgellons In Our Blood – Part 1
I haven’t looked at our blood under the microscope yet and curiously decided to culture a fellow Morgie’s blood to see what shows up.
Taking a new Petri dish with nutrient agar, washing their hands prior and sterilizing a regular sewing needle, using a cotton ball and disinfecting their fingertip and pricking it to cause it to bleed and placing that finger on a section of the agar. Photos below show the blood smear the next day, no dyes are used to photograph.
Blood smear cultured on 10/5/09, photographed on 10/6, shows 1 day growth. I am calling this the top part of the smear:
Photo 1 at 100x:
I can see that the red blood cells in the center of this outline are coursing with energy.
Photo 1 at 450x:
Overall, it is a fairly uneventful dish, with little activity on day 1. Below is the ‘tail end’ of the smear and with another ‘tail end’ nearby:
Three days from culture on 10/8, these are my observations below. Out of the ‘mouth’ of Photo 1 the smear produces a sphere, you can see the red/pink blood cells:
I took this ‘mouth’ area at 100x indicated in the box below, and photographed it at 450x:
This is a close up shot at 450x of this ‘mouth’ area:
I thought this green orb below that appears to be forming inside the blood cells was interesting, it is seen several times:
Here’s another photo of a different green orb next to a sphere as its ‘moon’:
There are several pieces of debris specks inside the blood cell area:
I’ve seen this a few times in the past, where a fiber will be resting on top of a sphere… some sort of co-dependant relationship…
There are lots of ‘moons’ orbiting bigger spheres:
A most interesting development below, it appears as if the blood is growing white, fuzzy ‘stuff’ from it, perhaps it is our white, fuzzy ‘fungus’? It is too early to draw any conclusions, but it is definitely something to keep an eye on:
A close up photo of this area, doesn’t it looks like as if there are tiny, white, hair-like growths appearing?:
Once again we see the many ways the sphere reproduces:
The green orbs appear to be how the spheres form initially:
And, most interesting of all, the ‘mouth’ is now piercing the sphere, the area in the box below is approximately where we are looking:
Day 1 @ 100x:
Day 3 @ 100x:
Day 4 @100x, notice how this sphere has almost doubled in size?:
Note: I did not notice that the blood had any ‘fuzziness’ to it today.
The ‘mouth’ part continues to spike further and further into the sphere.
This I noticed by focusing in and out, which is a technique used to show hidden attributes, this sphere below is photographed three times in and out of focus:
Taking the same sphere slightly out of focus below:
We can now see how it looks more like a virus? Not all of the spheres showed this… just a few…
For instance, this one below doesn’t show this viral looking aspect when I focus in and out. This is very Portabella Mushroom-looking…
Elsewhere in the dish, away from the blood speck area, our same white, fuzzy fungus has formed:
In a fairly large circular biofilmish growth in the dish, I see this unusual pattern that I have seen before… it takes several photos to capture it:
The weird ‘spiking’ continues to penetrate and enlarge as if it is impregnating the sphere:
On the other side of the sphere it is mushroom like and is splitting:
There are definitely two different spheres shown here, this first one is lighter in color, more whitish, and its edges are more scalloped:
The second one is more mushroom like and shows up more like a virus when taken out of focus, this sphere is in the blood cells:
This below is the same sphere as above taken out of focus:
The blood cells are more evident, @ 100x:
The piercing on Day 7… @ 100x:
Other Day 7 photos for comparisons:
The fungus is beginning to creep in onto the spheres:
To be continued… in Part 2
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