After being introduce to the horrifying disease a number of years back by an editor at a small newspaper I knew that this was a major story, so I got off the train and immediately bought the Chronicle. I was curious as to why the Bay Area was selected for the study as over the years I hadn't heard a peep about Morgellons in the local media. Maybe I missed the stories as I was absorbed with following the more mundane, like what the crazies in our government were doing to much of humanity due to their fictitious "war on terror".
It's hard to imagine a more difficult subject to write about than Morgellons. Not only is the disease reminiscent of something out of the most macabre science fiction novel, but reading about how the sufferers of the disease get pummeled -- first by the horrible disease itself and then by the mainstream medical establishment is simply heartbreaking. On top of this, there is also the complexity of trying to understand just what exactly is Morgellons: is it a virus, a bacteria, a fungus, a nematode, a GMO mutation, nanotechnology, or is it all in people's heads, like the American Academy of Dermatology claim? However, if that were the case, that it was in people's heads, then what could explain the multi-colored, florescent fibers coming out of sufferers' unbroken skin? That would be observable phenomena, not psychosis.
The article continued: "The study into Morgellons will start immediately, as Kaiser Permanente contacts Northern California patients who have reported symptoms of the mystery disease in the past 18 months. The research will be funded by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention." Later on in The Washington Post I read that the CDC is hoping to send the fibers collected from patients to the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology in Washington for analysis.
Both the Chronicle's and the Post's coverage excluded the fact that many people, including many scientists, believe that there is a relationship between Morgellons, chemtrails and nanotechnology, and there does seem to be some evidence backing this up.
For instance, according to Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, private lab tests show that the outer (Morgellons) fibers are composed of a high density polyethylene fiber (HDPE) which is used to manufacture fiber optics. And, as this is a compound not found in nature this could only be explained if in fact the fibers were man-made. She writes:
"It was further determined that this material is used throughout the bio nanotechnology world as a compound to encapsulate a viral protein envelope, which is composed of a viron (1/150th times smaller than a virus) with DNA, RNA, RNAi (mutated RNA) or RNAsi linear or ring plasmids for specific functions.Dr. Staninger also describes the similarities of chemtrail samples which were taken from spots around the U.S. and Italy. Research into the samples that were found in San Giuliani Park (Italy) showed a direct relationship to a Texas sample, with over half being the same elements. These same elements were found in the Morgellon's patients samples. The results found show a comparison to the samples which came from three distinct locations California, USA, Texas, USA and Venice, Italy thousands of miles apart but contain 7 out of 13 of the same elements with SEM's illustrating similar structures.
-- "Texas Chemtrail Samples Compared To Samples From Venice Italy," by Dr. Hildegarde Staninger
You can see her other work on Morgellons and nanotechnology here "Far-Infared Radiant Heat (FIR RH) Type Remediation for Mold and Other Unique Diseases", and here: "Morgellons: A Nano-911 Foreign Invader"
Backing up Dr. Staninger's theory that Morgellons is manmade is neurologist Dr. Edward L. Spencer MD, who spoke in 2006 to Berkeley City Council Members on behalf of the Community Environmental Advisory Commission (CEAC). He testified:
"There now exists strong data indicating that this disorder is associated with nanotechnology, specifically nano machines in the form of nanofibers. The National Science Foundation (NSF) defines nanofibers as having at least one dimension of 100 nanometer (nm) or less....This fiber did not burn until it has been heated to 1700 degrees F. Compare that with hair, which is easily burned producing a characteristic odor and has a cellular structure. The fibers are shed regularly and some grow to long lengths indicating fiber production in the human body. Dr. Janovy has stated of this blue fiber, 'it has noeukaryotic cells, it has no cell membrane, it is not a parasite, it is not biological, it is a machine.'"And, because three doctors will hold more weight than two, let's include the research of polymer chemist, Dr. R. Michael Castle, who has studied atmospheric polymers for years. In his research he has found that some of the fibers contain bioactive materials, which can cause "serious skin lesions and diseases when absorbed into the skin." He has identified microscopic polymers comprised of genetically-engineered fungal forms mutated with viruses. He says that trillions of fusarium (fungus)/virus mutated spores), which secrete a powerful mico-toxin, are part of the air we breathe.
-- "Infectious Man-Made Nano-Disease Spreading Globally!," by Ed Spencer, MD
--"The Methodic Demise of Natural Earth: An Environmental Impact Overview," by R. Michael Castle
If this is true, that chemtrials, Morgellons and genetically-engineered pathogens and/or nanotechnology are related, then that would have to mean some kind of government involvement as only the military, or government-approved contractors, would have the clearance and capability to spray large areas in our air space (not to mention large areas around the world).
Could this explain the rash of deaths of microbiologists since 9/11? Were they cognizant of programs that others wanted to keep secret? See: "Author Theorizes 40 Microbiologists Killed Before Unleashing 'The Ultimate Epidemic," Free Press International
Would it be unthinkable that our leaders could be that evil that they would knowingly experiment on humanity with manmade pathogens that could have the potential to kill thousands, if not millions of us? This is not out of the realm of plausibility as we already know that they have been spraying biological and chemical agents on unsuspecting populations throughout the U.S. for decades (See this TV news piece about secret programs by the military in which they contaminated 239 populated areas with biological agents, exposed during Senate hearings in 1977):
Currently Dr. Staninger, Dr. Castle and Dr. Spencer are just a few of the voices in the wilderness who believe Morgellons is manmade. Undoubtedly, they will be ridiculed by many of their peers. Undoubtedly, they will be called delusional like Morgellons sufferers today. But, what happens if their research is shown to be true?
One cannot help but see the inescapable comparison between Pandora's box and what our modern-day demigods of creation -- the geneticists, bioengineers and physicists armed with Rockerfeller Foundation grants and DoD financing are concocting in secretive labs.
Even Hollywood has caught on big time to these mutant plague doomsday scenarios with movie after movie about rogue manmade viruses wiping out a good chunk of humanity, either accidentally or intentionally. And, like the May 25, 2001 released oscar-nominated film Pearl Harbor, just three months before September 11, 2001, one has to wonder if we seeing a prelude to the real thing?
Of what such evils will be unleashed by man under the mantel of science's gifts to humanity or under the pretext of national security? Even worse to contemplate is that perhaps the global elite have something more sinister in mind, like global mind control using HAARP technology, or more horribly still, a depopulation program on such a large scale as to make the depopulation project Global 2000 look like child's play.
Unfortunately, these ideas are going to be threshold concepts for most of us. Either we will able to face these scenarios as possibilities or we will reject them due to our psychological needs. As journalist Peter Phillips describes it:
"We all remember, as young children, scary locations that created deep fears. We might imagine monsters in the closet, dangers in a nighttime backyard, and creepy people in some abandoned house down the street. As we get older we build up the courage to open the closet, or walk out into the backyard to smell the night air. As adults there are still dark closets in our socio-cultural consciousness that make it impossible to even consider the possibility of the truthfulness of certain ideas. These fearful ideas might be described as threshold concepts in that they may be on the borders of discoverability, yet we deny even the potentiality of implied veracity - something is so evil it is completely unimaginable."The question is: Are we courageous enough to venture out in our backyards and smell the night air, even if it is contaminated with the plague?
--"Threshold Fears and Unanswered Questions About 9/11," by Peter Phillips
For further information, see:
Jeff Rense radio program with Dr. Staninger and Dr. Karjoo
"Chemtrails of the World," by Mark Metcalf