My name is Jan Smith and I have had Morgellons Disease for 12 years. I have been studying this disease from a layman's perspective for just as long. I have been on a number of radio programs and I have a body of work at rense.com that is available for free viewing and listening. Scroll down the left column on Jeff's site for the Morgellons information. I have my own website with more information available at MorgellonsExposed.
One of the questions I am frequently asked is what Morgellons fibers look like. Several years ago one of my pat answers to that question was to look at money. Perhaps you have noticed the minuscule red and blue fibers that are embedded in money. I believe their original purpose was a means of keeping counterfeiters from reproducing the paper. Originally these fibers were made of linen but things have changed. If you have not had a good look at money at close range for a while let me refresh your memory and give you a chance to see the new technology fibers I am speaking of.
Let's take a closer look at money.
Here is the Eagle on a $20.00 bill at 10x magnification. Can you see the blue fibers over the right wing of the eagle?
Here are two views of the same $20.00 bill at 60x magnification.
Here is the same $20.00 bill at 200x magnification. Only the eagle' beak can be seen in this one. It would be difficult to tell the difference between a Morgellons fiber and those which are on currency by looking. .
Darker Blue and lighter teal blue fibers are found on money. 200x
The fibers seem to have a slight variation in thickness as well. This would not be so if they were extruded or made by a mechanical process.
Red fibers are also seen on money with a variation in coloration and thickness. Both at 200x
Photos below shows Morgellons fibers from my body. Note the similarity in colors to the money fibers, dark blue, teal and red (60x)
I did some original research a couple of years ago where I tested Morgellons fibers by subjecting them to a 30 second butane flame burn test. The process for doing a burn test is simple. The difficult part of the process is using the microscope to locate the fibers on a slide and then grasping them with precision tweezers and getting them to a ceramic tile where I can use my small torch to burn them for 30 seconds. The heat of the torch is too intense for the glass slides and they break. What I found with the Morgellons fibers was that many of the fibers didn't burn. The burn tests resulted in a bulb forming on the end of the fiber. The indication to me was that there was something inserted into some of the fibers that had a lower melting temperature than the outer shell. When blue Morgellons fibers are burned the color of the material bulging from the inside appears to be a gold color. Once the gold material seeps out it also can become slightly charred indicating that the material inside is less resistant to burning. I have done these tests with both red and blue fibers. The red Morgellons fibers form a red bubble when burned. One medical researcher I worked with told me that the fibers are nuclear envelopes that hold a payload. In the case of Morgellons fibers that is likely to be nanotechnology materials that self replicate. In lab testing it was determined to be HDPE or high density polyethylene with a silicon tip. (the bubbled material) Silicon nanotechnology has been identified in my body. (see Living With a Nightmare)
I took a look at money with my microscope this past week. I had never thought to test the fibers on money before since I thought they were securely embedded in the bills. To my surprise I found that many of the fibers on the money were only embedded loosely on the surface of money and many times one end of the fiber was completely free to grab with the tweezers. 60x
I decided to do a burn test on the money fibers since I thought they looked so much like Morgellons fibers. Much to my amazement the results of burning the money fibers yielded much the same results as the Morgellons fibers. The only difference was that the materials inside of the money fibers are different. Instead of the blue fibers bubbling out as a gold color, the blue money fibers bubbled out a material that is the same color as the fiber itself. The red fibers of both money and Morgellons both bubble a red color. There is no visual difference between the two. I am not saying they contain the same payload. My assumption is that the payload inside of the money fibers are substances that are used for security purposes. It is apparent that both the Morgellons fibers and the money fibers were very likely manufactured to the same specifications in the outer covering of the nuclear envelope.
The colors are a match, the size of the fibers are a match and I would venture to say that the properties of the materials seem to be a match with the exception of the payload.
Needless to say is not probable that these fiber came from a nearby corner store called Fibers-R-Us where this material would be readily available. These pay loaded pieces of technology are not available to the public. It is obvious where this material is from. I do hope that the government gets a volume discount.
My point here is that many people have tried to dispel the fact that we have self-replicating nanofibers living and reproducing in our bodies. Some people are more content to claim Morgellons fibers are fungus, nematodes, exotic parasites such as brucellosis and even normal fibrosis. Others simply want to say it is all in our own imaginations and that we are delusional. Once we take a closer magnified look at what is taking place on our bodies, this microcosm of evil is revealed. To clarify for everyone I am not saying that the fibers on US currency cause Morgellons. I am saying that the technology used in both applications is the same basic design where the outer structure of the nuclear envelope has the same properties. It is apparent that the inner payload has a lower melting temperature than the outer casing. This causes the excess materials to extrude out of the end of fiber when heated. Once the air hits the material it begins to form a flexible film and this causes a bubble to form. I used new $20.00 bill for these tests. Other denominations may differ.
Clifford Carnicom at carnicom.com has done extensive research on the fibers coming from chemtrails. I submitted fibers from my body to him and he has matched the fibers with those coming from the chemtrails. Here is the link to my work with Clifford carnicom.com/morg.
The photos of the burned Morgellons and Money fibers are shown below. (Note the similarities in the fibers):
Notice the similarity of coloration.
Photo of both money and Morgellons fibers 200x