How Morgellons Is Formed
IDENTIFICATION and PROCESS BEHIND FORMATION OF THE MORGELLONS SPHERES FROM FIBERS
These photos show how certain fibers bend to form the circular vesicles:
A diagram from the NIH:
"This diagram from this website shows how the Morgellons fungi are most likely formed from our ‘fibers’:
"Saccule sporifPre et spore d’Acaulospora rehmii
Sporiferous saccule and spore of Acaulospora rehmii
or exhibit a spore dimorphism with the combination of acaulosporoVd and glomoVd types"
"Spore of the glomoVd type (Glomus mosseae)"
"The organisms are characterise by a distinc molecular signature at the level of the SSU rRNA gene “YCTATCYKYCTGGTGAKRCG” corresponding to the homolog position 691 of the Jo1353 sequence of Saccharomyces cerevisiae and specific to the taxon.
Families: Archaeosporaceae (Apendicispora, Archaeospora, Intraspora) and Geosiphonaceae (Geosiphon)"
This is also the genus and species of the fungi believed to be involved in Morgellons, photo comparisons to follow.
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