Morgellons Researchers

Morgellons Artifacts Found in Rainwater – Part 1

Morgellons Fibers Are Lighter Than Air

Several indicators lead me to suspect that the Morgellons filaments are in the air, inside and outside and also in rain water. I have microscopically photographed Morgellons filaments in my regular house dust, these filaments are known to physically come off of and out of some people with this condition.  From what I am observing in my environment, I am suspecting that these fibers are lighter than air. 

After it had been raining for some time, I collected a sample of rainwater, a small metal container was placed  outside to microscopically observe what is immediately present on a slide and when rain water is cultured in agar.  Below is my Environmental Study 1 experiment and my conclusions from it at 100x:

Environmental Study 1 – Day 1 


A piece of plant material also ended up in the container: 

And some ‘others’ that resemble particles found in regular tap water:

This above is what is seen immediately when viewing rain water on a slide, this experiment is easily repeated by anywhere in the world.  At this point the rain water was cultured in potato dextrose agar, I inserted the plant material in the dish, I wanted to see the effects of what is in the environment on plant life and has no bearing on the outcome on the goals of this experiment, as you will see.

Environmental Study 1 – Day 2

The Petri Dish was taped shut, placed right side up and immediately placed inside a sealed plastic box.  The dish has not been jarred to cause any contents from the base agar to be transmitted to the lid.  I am studying the evaporation process, to confirm that the fibers are lighter than air – these are the condensation beads on the inside part of the lid of the dish:

Filaments have risen from the base agar to the lid, indicating they are lighter than air.   The Petri Dish was not opened at this time, these are photos of the inside lid only.

I’m noticing basically 3 different filament colors, one is a darker blue color, the other is a pinkish color and the other is translucent.  I’m noticing that, at times, the blue and pink are seen together, the pink one is seen laying across the blue one.  The translucent one seems to stand alone, mostly.  The filaments are piercing the water bubbles, there appears to be quorum sensing prior to piercing.  A pink filament is seen ‘folding’.

Below is a 3 series of photos to show the piercing effect, I have to take the lens out of focus to show this – it cannot be seen in one photo – notice the water bead to the right of the filament:




Notice the very long translucent ‘tight rope’ above the head of this blue filament?:


And then to the right of this one above, is another blue one that is hanging from or quorum sensing with the translucent ‘tight rope’:


Further to the right we see that the translucent filament is coming from or attaching to the bead of water:


(The ‘tight rope’ spider web-like, translucent string has been noted in human lesion experiment samples.  The fibers are visually similar to other Morgellons specimens, there is no other explanation for them at this time.)


Since the fibers are found to be lighter than air, then one might also suspect that this fiber aspect is in a ‘feedback loop’ [1] within the rain/evaporation cycle.  As per what I have previous noted, the filament creates a sphere in which some can create a GM insect which manufactures a frass filament that is made up of this same chemistry which is also lighter than air, creating a perpetual system on the ground and in the air.

This experiment was further studied to observe other aspects and those conclusions will be  noted in upcoming articles.  End of Part 1.



"Feedback describes the situation when output from (or information about the result of) an event or phenomenon in the past will influence an occurrence or occurrences of the same (i.e. same defined) event / phenomenon (or the continuation / development of the original phenomenon) in the present or future. When an event is part of a chain of cause-and-effect that forms a circuit or loop, then the event is said to "feed back" into itself."


April 27, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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