A Bad Hair Day
Photos # 127
Most people will never
know what a really bad hair day can be like unless they have
Morgellons disease. The photos speak for themselves.
hair follicle is a far more complex structure than meet the eye.
Each comes complete with an individual capillary for blood
supply, a sebaceous gland and matrix cells. The goo and fibers
of Morgellons disease appear to thrive in this location.
done a burn experiment with a mutated Morgellons hair also known as
a macrofiber. In this burn experiment the mutated hair
burned rapidly and was reminiscent of a fried pork rind. The
unfortunate aftermath of the 30 second butane burn was to find an
unwelcome visitor living inside the bulb of the hair.
Another remarkable finding was that I sent a number of slides to a
researcher. After over a year they were still unopened and in
storage at the researcher's office. I asked to have them sent
back to me since I had found another researcher who was able to take
them to a lab. When I opened the box I got quite a surprise.
(see photos 140-143)
find difficult to understand is why no physician I have ever gone to
has seen a single Morgellons symptom on my body with the exception
of lesions. The lack of acknowledgement of my symptoms is
because not one of them ever looked, even when I asked them to. Perhaps they have never learned about the
existence of the microscopic world. Could it be that they are
not supposed to look at all?
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