I have given the name
"tentacles" or "hooks" to these Morgellons formations. When there
is no scientific acknowledgement that these formations even exist
you have to call them something. Generally the Morgellons lesions
form exterior crusts made from a clear polymerase bio-film fluid
rather than forming a normal scab. When the crusts are removed the
"tentacles", protruding on the underside of the crusts, are very apparent.
If a crust is removed there is usually no bleeding. The clear
polymerase liquid will simply ooze up from the tissue in the lesion and
form a new crust with "tentacles" within a few hours.
I believe that the
"tentacles" are a variety of different nano and or bioengineered
formations. It has become clear that one of the components in the
"tentacles" is the cellular slime mold, dictyostelium
discoidium. It is straight from a bio-lab with the
promise of mutating other substances with it. Link to my paper
"Throwback Collections of Morgellons
Specimens" for all the details.
The "tentacles" all appear to start out the same way but as
these formations mature they differ. Some become cone shaped and
fill with a variety a dark materials which seem to vary. My observations
suggest the "conical tentacles" are a gestation place for a nano-device
self-assembly. Other "tentacles" just keep growing into various shapes
that match known nanotechnology. One researcher suggests that
other tentacles are "nanotechnology chimeras" made of a composite genetics of
life forms and nanomachines. They may take on the features of
recognizable forms as in photos 19 & 20.
For chimera information go
to this link:
Another variation of the
"tentacles" are found as tiny separate formations that extend deeply
into the tissue and appear to be drawing nutrients out of our blood
supply. They grow into larger plump shapes with multiple or
branching "tentacles" packed together with no separation. They seem
to be forming their own little separate colonies. If one of these
plump formations is removed from the tissue it will hurt like mad and
bleed profusely. The blood seems to be thinner around their location.
These formations can become very painful as they expand beneath the
tissue. These plump "tentacles" seem more like a life form. I have
nicknamed this variety of tentacles "plumpies." Okay, I admit it's not
exactly a scientific name but it's a step up from what I usually call
New research has come to
light since I originally wrote this page. These plump "tentacles"
may well be the origins of fiber bearing pods discovered by another
Morgellons researcher. (see photos #253 thru #272 for more
See Size Comparison Photos
of Salt Crystals