Foods Affecting Morgellons?
As some of you know, I started looking at certain products and foods a while back to see if any of them matched the objects I was seeing microscopically. One of the first foods I looked at was rice after finding a dark, seed-like particle in the grains as I was preparing to cook it. I will put some of those photos at the end of this article.
Pineapple – Non Organic
Recently, I was eating some diced pineapples from a can in a bowl and in the juice, I noticed what looked like a very small splinter, possibly a piece off of the outside part of the pineapple that I am sure I have seen such a splinter before and not think much of it. I decided to look at it under the microscope on a slide, I didn’t take any photos at that time but ended up putting this piece in a Petri Dish to see what would develop.
These following photos show a few days progression of this ‘splinter’ piece:
I did not come back and photograph this object for a couple of days… these first photos represent 2 days growth in the Petri Dish with nutrient agar @100x:
What is odd is that this splinter piece started out as one piece, it now was two… two objects are side by side.
I have drawn a white dotted line down the center of where the objects are. Initially, the part on the right only was seen:
I can’t say for certain yet, but it looks like this splinter is a capsid of sorts and some sort of baculovirus expression has come out of it? Looking closer at the bottom photo:
The object to the left of the splinter, appears to have head and tail end, this is photographed from the head to the tail end:
On day 4, a sphere appears to the left and above this what is appearing to be a baculovirus:
Day 9, definitely looks like a baculovirus is forming:
Bananas – Non Organic
Wondering about bananas because of the obvious attraction by fungus gnats and having a couple laying around, I decided to look at them.
The Outer Skin
I took a serrated knife and scraped the outside skin of a banana that has some brown spots forming, at 100x on a slide:
The Inner Skin
Peeling the banana and scraping the inside skin onto the slide and spreading the matter, at 100x, the carbon capsids are becoming evident:
The Inside ‘Meat’ Part:
Carrots – Non Organic
I scraped the outside of bagged carrots purchased the day before and put on a slide @ 100x:
Milk – Non Organic
I pour some milk from a new carton into a small glass and then pour directly from this glass onto the slide. I immediately see a fiber/nematode-like entity in the milk sample on the slide @100x.
You can see the particles of the milk are moving and this might cause the fiber to move. I decide to make a movie of it:
There are some other fiber-like ‘entities’ in the milk on the second sample photograped:
A seed-like particle was seen in a newly opened bag of cooking rice, I decided to culture it in agar, this Day 1:
The red and blue hyphae fungus start growing:
Day 4 The fungus is thick:
Day 13, Baculoviral capsids have formed:
To be continued…
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