Mysterious things occur in Morgellons.
Finding fibres in sore is a definitive symptom, but most of the time, people don’t see animals because they are too small. However, they have symptoms of organisms biting, stinging or crawling.
The disease often starts with exposure to arthropods or their eggs but they are many times accompanied by engineering objects.
Arthropods have been genetically engineered to aggressively parasitize human skin. They inject the skin with molecules that stimulate an immune response manifesting rashes and bumps.
Fibres appear in the skin, in the injection sites so they have to be a product of a biological system.
What organism makes fibres or filaments?
Look up the word “FILAMENTATION”.
FILAMENTATION is the unusual growth of bacteria, fungi and algae, in which cells continue to elongate but do not divide or the cells do not separate after cell division & may be in a sheath.
Filamentation is not a part of an organism’s life cycle.” There are organisms that filament as part of their life cycle,
but here we are talking about a bacteria like bacillus subtillis which filaments, when there is a change in their available nutrients or, goes into a state where the filaments would benefit the colony in some way to survive.
The filaments in Morgellons are transgenic, in that they come from organisms which have been transformed with the genes of other organisms or with coloured dyes so that the type of genetic changes in a particular sample can be identified.
Filamentation is an immune response, a response to predators, quorum sensing or antibiotics, it may be a response to DNA damage, inhibition of replication or lack of nutrients.
Two bacteria that make filaments are Bacillus and Ecoli. They are both MODEL ORGANISMS and studied extensively.
How do the bacteria and fungus get into the body?
Arthropods can inject bacteria and fungus with mouthparts, reproductive tract and digestive tract as well as carrying it on the outside of their body.
Bacterial fibres can be seen in new lesions.
Fibres which may appear as sheets or dots unfold into individual fibres.
Mites lay eggs in scratch-like burrows in the skin.
Ad the egg matures, bacterial fibres grow in, on and around the structure.
When the animal comes out and the covering decomposes, THE FIBERS REMAIN IN THE SKIN.
Bacteria spread to hair follicles and intercellular spaces.
Bacteria also grow in the skin, producing keratinized proteins and fibres.
The mite is the ANIMAL VECTOR. This is called the PRIMARY VECTOR in military science.
PATHOGENS (Bacteria, fungus, viruses) are the SECONDARY VECTOR.
These two vectors create a disease in an enemy population.
Morgellons is no accident. It is being put into motel bedding and new clothing and into people’s personal spaces in their homes.
As a laboratory model organism, B. subtilis is often used as the Gram-positive equivalent of Escherichia coli, an extensively studies Gram-negative bacterium.
Bacillus subtilis is a soil-dwelling bacteria but can grow over a wide range of temperature, including that of the human body. It can also inhabit the skin and gastrointestinal tract of humans (Edberg, 1991).
B. subtilis is able to easily express & secrete toxins acquired from other microorganisms through the transfer of genetic material.
It is possible to acquire virulence factors from bacteria in the same genus (possibly anthrax).
Bacillus is a rod-shaped bacteria which produces by dividing to make two cells unless there are no nutrients available. Then it survives by producing a very hardly endospore that can remain viable for long periods.
One vegetative cell produces one endospore. Fibres develop from a colony of cells called a zoogloea pellicle.
During sporulation, a percentage of cells make crystals. Bacillus subtilis makes this crystal.
Bacillus subtilis creates helically twisted chains of cylindrical cells (0.7 by 4 um) called microfibers which engage in “energetics” by writhing, folding, packing and contracting.
As the length increases, the fibre rotates around its long axis followed by repeated folding.
Another Bacillus B. macerans produces large amounts of crystalline dextrins from starch called cyclodextrins. They are able to entrap proteins, enzymes, drugs, polymers and other molecules available to them.
Cyclodextrins crystallize in two types of crystal packing: (1) CHANNEL and (2) CAGE structures depending on the type of cyclodextrins and guest compound. A channel is a TUBE and a cage has WALLS on both sides.
Cyclodextrins are circular units with a “guest” in the middle. Units can be closed or open. The pathogen is carried in the middle.
An enzyme called glycosyltransferase converts starch into cyclodextrins. Glycosyl transfer can be a carbohydrate, glycoside, oligosaccharide or a polysaccharide.
Glycosyl transfer can also occur to protein residues, usually to tyrosine, serine, or threonine to give O-linked gly.
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