Morgellons Researchers

Horizontal Inheritance with GM Trees Part 8

2/10/2009

Part 8 of:
Horizontal Inheritance with GM Trees and Toilet Paper
Causing Morgellons Fibers and Disease


RECOMBINANT DNA

This is a quick video below on recombinant DNA. You may ask, ‘What the heck is that? We didn’t sign up for a biology, chemistry, physics class here, nor to have to go out and buy microscopes and learn all this stuff’. And, I feel the same way, too.

However, we’ve been forced to stop and look at Morgellons – because, no one else is. And, if we can collectively figure out what’s happened from what we know to be true and what’s happening to our bodies and can relay that to someone who can understand it or do something about it – that is why we are here. We need answers and hopefully can lay out something intelligent to take to our scientists?

I understand the nature of man. Man learns something, like, how to splice a gene and then that knowledge is not enough. Man has to go further to try and add something new to the equation. In science, you gain fame from discovering new things. A process or a new species that might have your name on it? Wow!  That’s one of the highest awards you can achieve…

Not to say that this part of my theory is easily proved or translated to someone that they might understand, but, it makes sense that something in this second video below has happened here. We have the "BT" agrobacterium going out of control inside the tree to the point of becoming a "BT toxin", as we learned in the last tree video we watched. And, the nature of our lesions resemble round, black BT ‘buttons’. You remember from your high school biology where bacteria make another one of themselves when they reproduce, one turns into two, two into four, etc.?

Ok. What are these forest geneticists trying to do by modifying genes? Well, they are trying to alter the wood to make it softer so that in the pulp making process, they don’t have to use as much of the chemicals that helps break the wood down into pulp. That these chemicals they use are not beneficial to the environment and this sounds like a worthy mission? However, if the pollen from one of these weaker wood trees pollinates a natural tree and so on… what effects will weaker wood trees eventually have on all trees of that type? And, the number one question should be – what affect will the pollen of this modified tree have on man and let us not forget – the bees?

And, what else are they trying to do? They are trying to kill the tree’s enemies – bugs. We’ve all noticed there is a ‘bug-like’ quality to our Morgellons? Well – who knows what they’ve done? If they can take fish genes and splice them and put them in trees, and I ask, why on earth would they do that to begin with? I have noticed that there are some marine (from the sea) parasite qualities to Morgellons, I don’t know if this is a coincidence that these parasites have Morgellons characteristics or not? But, the only parasite I can find that creates a biofilm is a marine parasite.

However, bacteria can also create a biofilm, but bacteria, aren’t necessarily considered parasites? This is where we need an advanced biology person to come in here to look and comment.

You’ve heard where some have commented that our DNA has been hijacked? What does that mean? I’m theorizing that one of our ‘stairs’ has been changed or a new stair has been added, I think this very short video can help you understand it a little better:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qy8dk5iS1f0&NR=1

And now… I’m suggesting that "Bt" or “Bs” is the ‘carrier’, of this new ‘stair’.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2jUMG2E-ic&feature=rec-HM-r2

You see, they have taken something that’s found in nature – ‘BT’, that is "GRAS" (generally regarded as safe) and modified it – to where it is not safe any longer, and we’re living proof of that. Why? Because man can’t leave well enough alone, our curious, God-given nature dictates that we have to experiment and branch out further than we ever did before.

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June 22, 2009 Posted by | Trees, Paper, Cotton, Cosmetics | Leave a comment

Horizontal Inheritance with GM Trees in Morgellons Part 7

2/6/2009

Part 7 of:
Horizontal Inheritance with GM Trees and Toilet Paper
Causing Morgellons Fibers and Disease

COMPARISON OF PINE POLLEN BIOLOGY
AND MORGELLONS LESIONS

I’ve heard some say, that whoever figures this out – ‘is going to have to think outside the box’. I consider myself fairly traditional, however, I have a very open mind. I have never been politically active – period, with any cause, especially against any GM group nor like organizations. I have been purchasing my groceries at the regular grocery store, but drinking bottled water – just like most of us.

For those of you who may not be aware of the Morgellons lesions in which the ears and scalp are emitting various and numerous particles, have a stem-like tube that cannot easily be removed. It has been described as like pulling a tooth to get it out, it is made up of a cartridge-like material, that is somewhat elastic, it appears to have roots embedded down into the skin, and no amount of physical force with just the hands or fingers is going to get it to come out. I am concentrating solely on the ears at this time because, I haven’t seen another body part in which these characteristics are happening. There is a very complex life cycle system happening in this process. It is very hard to describe. Possibly others of you who have had severe issues with your ears can leave us some descriptive posts?

This funnel-like, stem, tube, growth – appears to be the source from which all of the black and white specks/seeds/pollen are coming from. It will be open at the top and these seeds will emit by the thousands. If you scratch this top layer of seeds away from the opening, they will return to the top within a short amount of time to replace what was just removed.

From the inside, lesions will produce a ‘goo’ which will cover the entire tube, and surrounding area. This yellow ‘goo’, has been reported to me, because I cannot see it, by someone who was nursing my ears, to be stacked layers, staggered one upon each other, such as the way that scales appear on a fish. It becomes hardened as if a layer of armor is being placed on something for protection, and this ‘goo’ build-up cannot easily be removed.

I have actually had my ear to split open, numerous times, and start emitting the thousands of seeds/pollen. It develops a ‘natural’ split, as if it has been surgically cut, and this split runs all the way down the length of the pinna portion of the ear. It does not bleed when this slit is open, nor does it bleed when I take my fingernail and try to remove the various debris particles, which I will describe in further detail later, that are being emitted.

When I start reading about pine cones in this ‘basic’ article below, a couple of things ‘hit’ me:

http://www.wnrmag.com/stories/1996/dec96/cones.htm

"The hardened, dark brown cones are the females. These cones consist of a woody stalk surrounded by overlapping, stiff, shingle-like scales. Behind each scale is a bract, a small, flat modified leaf. Depending on the tree species, the bract may be hidden within the cone or extend well beyond each scale, like the western Douglas fir cones.

When the tree is ready to be pollinated, it secretes a small amount of fluid that collects in the narrow crevices between the scales. At the same time, the mature male pine cone releases a heavy dusting of yellow pollen."

This definition at Wikipedia, when searching on "pollen tube" – further gives me reason to draw a better informed conclusion:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pollen

"When placed on the stigma of a flowering plant, under favorable circumstances, a pollen grain puts forth a pollen tube which grows down the tissue of the style to the ovary, and makes its way along the placenta, guided by projections or hairs, to the micropyle of an ovule. The nucleus of the tube cell has meanwhile passed into the tube, as does also the generative nucleus which divides (if it hasn’t already) to form two sperm cells. The sperm cells are carried to their destination in the tip of the pollen-tube."

There are too many coincidences happening here between pollen, the pollen tube, and Morgellons lesions to ignore. There are too many things happening that are similar, once again remember that possible, "Horizontal Inheritance or Gene Transfer" is involved in this process, and what is happening with the Morgellons legions and the natural biological entity – may not be the exact characteristics of this form, as what was written in the textbooks. This correlation needs to be looked at more closely by a plant biologist who has "Type 1 or is a Primary Carrier" or is very familiar with Morgellons, to draw a better conclusion.

The key words between my description of the ‘housing lesions’ and the quoted definitions on pollen above are: pollen, tube, pollen tube, "grows down the tissue", hairs, "return to the top", scales, and yellow. I also read where they ‘split open’ to release these pollen.

Since the pollen under our skin is in a proliferating state most of the time, let us seriously question that our lesions’ ‘housings’, circular and tube-like – are possibly very similar or what is known in plant biology as a "pollen tube"?

Watch this video by Experimenter Baraka, this is showing the pollen moving down the tube, this was taken of his urine:

Photo below  of a pollen tube from human ear lesion 3/29/09 @ 100x.

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Pollen tube below from Toilet Paper debris cultured in Nutrient Agar 5/9/09 @ 100x

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No human nor toilet paper sample has shown evidence of pine pollen being present, this is the ‘black specks’ below, a fungus, resembles A. niger, human ear lesion #100x:

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There are two other spheres consistent in all Morgellons human samples, toilet paper below @100x, identified as Peridiscaceae or Synechococcus:

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Human ear lesion below @ 100x:

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http://lymebusters.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=theories&action=display&thread=11709&page=1

June 20, 2009 Posted by | Trees, Paper, Cotton, Cosmetics | Leave a comment