posted on Dec, 5 2014 @ 02:24 AM
Morgellon's is a most curious phenomenon. Notice I said phenomenon, not disease, because personally, I do not believe it is a disease. It's more
like a cultural phenomenon.
Let me explain. Amongst the reported cases of Morgellon's, there is a small number of people who are actually suffering from some unknown ailment not
currently known or understood in medicine. What research and treatments we have suggest it seems to be some sort of weird auto immune disorder, but
they don't know exactly what the trigger for it is. But I think in those cases, the fibers, upon closer examination, were actually composed of
materials made by the human body, but formed or grown in a completely weird way. These cases are the ones that are actually quite possibly some new
sort of disease from modern life. However, if this is the case, I do not believe it is being caused by chemtrails, but perhaps certain people with
certain genes are reacting badly to some substance or factor of modern life. Just a personal theory, though.
But during my search of the internet for information regarding the subject, I'd say probably 9 out of every 10 sites with information regarding
Morgellon's were far out whole-house-wrapped-in-tinfoil nut job sites. Many of the Morgellon's "victim's" sites were loaded with loonies whose
self-diagnosis of the disease was not only laughable, but their near religious reverence for known quacks and fringe medicine was enough to make me
wonder if there was ever even such a diseases in the real world. And of course, chemtrails everywhere being these people's favorite cause. Cures
range from colloidal silver to orgone generators to crystal skulls to gluten free diet. I tend to agree with the skeptics that these people suffer
from known conditions coupled by hypochondria and psychiatric issues.
The small number of genuine cases I have seen, I have seen very little mention of chemtrails or reptoids or the Freemasons. On this one site for
sufferers, people were mostly sharing info about some research into possible environmental triggers, such as possible links to new kinds of pesticides
or stuff like that. That was actually more interesting.