Mogellons Disease Cure
Morgellons Disease is caused by the release of fibers in chemtrails.
Chemtrails have certain additives that keep the fibers alive, such as Barium, Aluminum, Arsenic and other toxic substances.
As of fall 2016, the only known relief for Morgellons Disease is by
using a software program called Life Frequencies Professional. It
emits specific audio frequencies that the living Morgellon fibers
cannot tolerate. The software is based on Rife Technology.
So the real question is – why is the government spraying ALIEN
lifeforms on humans to live inside of them and why are we letting them
get away with it? Sound like a conspiracy theory? Well, it’s not. It’s
a simple fact and it’s happening worldwide, not just in the United
Morgellons Disease: The Truth and the Myth
The Mystery of Morgellons disease has been debated over and over again
by medical professionals as well as lay persons who have dedicated
their time to studying this cryptic and debilitating condition.
Because of political and public pressure, Morgellons disease has
gained significant recognition in the last 8 years and has lead to the
formation of multiple support groups, independent research groups, as
well as the Morgellons Research Foundation. This all began because of
one woman’s love for her child combined with the complete abandonment
of the mainstream medical community’s ability to provide any real
medical diagnosis or treatment within their known paradigm.
In 2001 Mary Leitao, a biologist and former Medical lab technician of
five years, found that her two-year-old son was developing sores under
his lips. The child soon complained of bug-crawling sensations under
his skin. Upon hearing this from her son she examined the wounds on
his lips and took samples. She examined the tissue taken from her son
under a rudimentary home microscope and found that there were red,
blue, white and black fibers imbedded within the taken tissue samples.
Being a concerned mother she proceeded to take her child to the
doctor. This lead to multiple tests on the child and eight more
doctors that failed to find any diagnosis within the known medical
paradigm. Eventually, Leitao took her son to Dr. Fred Heldrich, a
Johns Hopkins pediatrician with a reputation for “solving mystery
cases”. The end result was Heldrich’s suggestion that “Leitao would
benefit from a psychiatric evaluation and support”.
Out of frustration and feeling completely abandoned by the mainstream
medical society, Leitao began researching any known literature
describing her son’s symptoms. During her research she found the work
of two men from the late 1600’s, Sir Thomas Browne and Dr. Michel
Ettmuller. Both men observed, wrote and illustrated what they
described as hair-like structures protruding from wounds on the backs
of patients combined with convulsions and coughing. They named this
condition “The Morgellons”. Though not a perfect match to what her son
was suffering from, it was the closest thing she found in any known
medical material. Using Morgellons as a temporary label for her son’s
condition, Leitao began to seek out others with like symptoms. She
started a website called the Morgellons Research Foundation (MRF) in
2002 (Morgellons Research Foundation).
The object of the foundation is to give people suffering from this
undiagnosible and strange condition an outlet to be heard and to find
emotional and possibly medical support. Since then the MRF has
registered over 14,000 households who suffer from symptoms like
Leitao’s son. The foundation has created such a public following and
has put so much political pressure on government officials that the
Center for Disease Control (CDC), with the help of Kaiser Permanente
Northern California and the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, has
been forced to begin a formal investigation and comprehensive study of
self-diagnosed Morgellons sufferers, the majority of which reside in
California where the study is being focused.
Morgellons disease has a wide variety of symptoms that can eventually
lead to the complete debilitation of the sufferer. The MRF has posted
a case definition along with the major symptoms associated with
Morgellons on their website. The list of symptoms provided by the MRF
can be found here (http://www.morgellons.org/case_definition.htm) and
are copied below.
1. “Filaments” are reported in and on skin lesions and at times
extruding from intact-appearing skin. White, blue, red, and black are
common among described fiber colors. Size is near microscopic, and
good clinical visualization requires 10-30 X. Patients frequently
describe ultraviolet light generated fluorescence. They also report
black or white granules, similar in size and shape to sand grains, on
or in their skin or on clothing. Most clinicians willing to invest in
a simple hand held commercial microscope have thus far been able to
consistently document the filaments.
2. Movement sensations, both beneath and on the skin surface.
Sensations are often described by the patient as intermittently
moving, stinging or biting. Involved areas can include any skin region
(such as over limbs or trunk), but may be limited to the scalp, nasal
passages, ear canals, or face…and curiously, legs below the knees.
3. Skin lesions, both (a) spontaneously appearing and (b)
self-generated, often with pain or intense itching. The former (a) may
initially appear as “hive-like”, or as “pimple-like” with or without a
white center. The latter (b) appear as linear or “picking”
excoriations. Even when not self-generated (as in unreachable regions
of babies’ skin), lesions often progress to open wounds that heal
incompletely (e.g., heal very slowly with discolored epidermis or seal
over with a thick gelatinous outer layer.). Evidence of lesions
persists visually for years.
4. Musculoskeletal Effects and Pain is usually present, manifest in
several ways. Pain distribution is broad, and can include joint(s),
muscles, tendons and connective tissue. Both vascular and “pressure”
headaches and vertebral pain are particularly common, the latter
usually with premature (e.g., age 20) signs of degeneration of both
discs and vertebrae.
5. Aerobic limitation is universal and significant enough to interfere
with the activities of daily living. Most patients meet the Fukuda
Criteria for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome as well (Fukuda, Ann. Int. Med.,
1994). Cardiology data and consistently elevated heart rates suggest a
persistent myocarditis creating lowered cardiac output that has been
partially compensated for by Starling’s Law.
6. Cognitive dysfunction, includes frontal lobe processing signs
interfering with logical thinking as well as short-term memory and
attention deficit. All are measurable by Standard Psychometric Test
7. Emotional effects are present in most patients. Character typically
includes loss or limitation of boundary control (as in bipolar
illness) and intermittent obsessional state. Degree varies greatly
from virtually absent to seriously life altering.
The biggest question of all about Morgellons is “where does it come
from”? As we move forward in today’s society we are finding that the
foods we eat and the air we breath are becoming more and more
dangerous to our health and well-being. These factors are being looked
at very seriously as contributing factors of Morgellons. Currently
there are three main contributing theories that pose a spectrum of
The first theory is that Morgellons is caused by the exposure to GMO’s
(genetically modified organisms) within the food supply, through
inhalation of GMO material and through actual bug bites from insects
that have been modified through their interaction with GMO plant
material. This theory is supported by that fact that the use of a
genetically modified plant bacteria called Agrobacterium tumefaciens
is used to infect and modify the DNA of plants with a pesticide in
order to create stronger and more bug-resistant plant crops. In a
study done in 2001 by Dr. Vitaly Citovsky from the State University of
New York Stony Brook, it was found that when introduced to Human DNA,
genetically modified material containing this bacterium successfully
invaded, modified and corrupted human DNA. Though this was done under
laboratory conditions Dr. Citovsky himself stated that “it may be
prudent to be careful or at least aware” and that ” presently, it
appears that Agrobacterium is the only example of trans-kingdom DNA
transfer”. Dr. Citovsky is currently working with the MRF on
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The second theory is that Morgellons symptoms are caused by the
introduction of the controversial chemtrail programs that have
appeared across the United States and the globe. These vaporous trails
that are usually produced in a grid pattern by jet airplanes have had
a lot of media coverage over the last few years, but have yet to be
officially recognized by the United States government except for a
bill proposed by representative Dennis Kucinich in 2001 (H.R. 2977)
which was rejected and quickly rewritten by Kucinich’s office as to
have no mention of chemtrails at all. Though there have not been any
“official” studies done on the connection of chemtrails to Morgellons,
there has been a significant contribution of material from the private
scientific community. The current theory is that the chemical and
biological components of the chemtrails are being inhaled by
individuals in affected areas and are interacting with the body in two
ways. First is that the inhalation of the chemtrail material
compromises the person’s immune system. By compromising the immune
system the person is then open to infection by a bacterial, fungal,
viral, or even nano- technological components that are in the
chemtrail vapors being sprayed by these planes.
The third theory is that Morgellons is an infection of nanotechnology.
Several independent studies on Morgellons fibers taken from patients
have shown that the fibers consist of both inorganic and
unidentifiable materials. One group of fibers was sent to a forensic
scientist at the Tulsa Police Crime Lab in Oklahoma for analysis.
After analyzing and cross-referencing the morgellons fiber with the
FBI’s national database, it was found that it did not match any known
fiber within the database. Other studies claim that fibers can
withstand temperatures of up to 1400 degrees Fahrenheit.
Morgellons Disease Symptoms: What Causes the Unknown Skin Disease?
Thousands of people experience symptoms and describe that they have
been infected with Morgellons. However, until today there still has
been no accurate explanation as to what really is the reason behind
the cause of the mysterious disease, and how one gets afflicted.
Scientists, doctors, and researchers continue to struggle with how to
find out exact information about the disease. Unfortunately,
morgellons is not registered a medical diagnosis by the health
industry thus patients can be misdiagnosed with common skin infections
like scabies, Lyme disease, liver or kidney disease involving orthe
belief of the infestation by parasites (delusional parasitosis).
Morgellons disease was first identified by Sir Thomas Browne in 1674.
Recently, in 2002 by Mary Leitao, describing a type of skin disorder
that was later referred by the Centers for Disease Control as
“Unexplained dermopathy”. The name was coined to the disorder by
Leitao after her son developed sores that no medical professionals she
consulted was able to explain.
Because of the scarcity of data available about the disorder, for the
most part medical experts commonly associate Morgellons disease to
other skin disorders. Others are falsely categorized as to have been
infected with Delusional Parasitosis.
Sufferers claim morgellons disease symptoms as affecting both the
physical and mental process of a person. These symptoms can develop in
both adults and children. However, with the slow progress in the study
of the disease, patients continue to rely mostly on diagnosis and
treatment provided by other individuals without the consent of the
medical industry. Additionally, because of the rising awareness of
morgellons disease, victims in 15 other countries have also emerged.
Individuals report common morgellons disease symptoms affecting their
physical state and provided by independent researchers include :
•Skin irritations that can cause severe itching
•Development of multicolored fiber-like strands in and on the skin
•Itching and burning sensation of the skin that often times leads an
individual to develop the sensation of insects crawling under the skin
•Swelling of the joint
•Sudden weight loss
Symptoms of the disease affecting a person’s mental condition include :
•Short-term memory loss
•Loss of focus on things
•Signs of neurological problems
Having trouble with some strange signs and symptoms? This could be the
time that you may have to set an appointment with your doctor for to
take a look at the skin irritations. What you thought is a common skin
problem, could be a serious condition that until now is still beyond
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