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FBI reports Unidentified Fibrous Objects in samples from Morgellons patients

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posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 06:55 PM
Are people being illegally implanted with nanotech?

Although this is a fairly common claim, especially in relation to chemtrails and vaccination, most would rightly be sceptical when contemplating the possible reality of such a personal invasion. I too would have dismissed this, if not for some rather disturbing corroborative evidence.

Morgellons disease , the main symptoms of which are unknown, unidentified fibers and objects, coming out from lesions on the skin, is claimed, by victims and others, to be the result of said nanotech.

When analysed by professionals at labs by the FBI, Oklahoma State University, MIT and more, these fibers either, could not be identified, or were identified as unknown nanotechnology and/or genetically engineered material and was virtually indestructible.

Nanotech, at its current level, can both read and control minds to an extent. Sensing units can measure everything from hormonal levels to if you have a disease, nanobots can release any chemical compound anywhere in the body, can alter DNA, they can produce signals, have multiple terabyte memories based on crystals or proteins, they are self-assembling.

If this was being done our governments and TPTB would have to of had a history of abuse, both of privacy and individual rights. Hmm

The FBI checked these fibers, from morgellons victims, and could not identify them. They found they don’t resemble any manmade substance and are virtually indestructible ….alien tech?

“However, a more thorough analysis of the fibers performed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation forensics laboratory has revealed that the fibers do not resemble textiles or any other man-made substance. In fact, the fibers are virtually indestructible by heat or chemical means, making analysis difficult by conventional methods.” (Wymore R. Personal communication. May 4, 2009 from Savely and Stricker 2010). rmer_Sufferers_Perspective

They should have just about every known manmade and natural substance on record and be able to tell if it was a variant of those things.

The human body can’t produce an unknown, indestructible fiber by itself.

The CDC initially diagnosed Morgellons as “delusional parisitosis”, but now they’re not sure what it is. Their long awaited report raises more questions than it gives answers. Unexplained cognitive damage was found in 60% of those tested. Also a variety of other common symptoms. They do still say the fibers are cellulose.- cotton.

We were not able to conclude based on this study whether this unexplained dermopathy represents a new condition, as has been proposed by those who use the term Morgellons, or wider recognition of an existing condition such as delusional infestation, with which it shares a number of clinical and epidemiologic features pone.0029908#s3

Many other mainstream professionals and institutions criticise the CDC diagnosis. Some, such as Oklahoma State University, have made their own diagnosis, in this case finding that the fibres are unknown, don’t burn until they reach 1400F, and that the condition is certainly not delusional.

Morgellons is a multi-symptom disease that is just now starting to be researched and understood. It has a number primary symptoms:
•Physical ◦Spontaneously Erupting Skin lesions
◦Sensation of crawling, biting on and under the skin
◦Appearance of blue, black or red fibers and granules beneath and/or extruding from the skin

•Mental ◦Short-term memory loss
◦Attention Deficit, Bipolar or Obsessive-Compulsive disorders
◦Impaired thought processing (brain fog)
◦Depression and feelings of isolation

It is frequently misdiagnosed as Delusional Parasitosis or an Obsessive Picking Disorder.

•Medical research started in earnest in 2005 at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences in Tulsa by Dr. Randy Wymore.

I believe the past record of the CDC speaks for itself.

There is evidence of bioengineered plant species in Morgellons fiber samples. Video is disturbing.

Dr. Mae-Wan Ho and Prof. Joe Cummins found genetically engineered agrobacterium in samples, a vector system for gene transfer. Nanotechnology can include symbiots of multispecies dna, polymers, aptamers, antibodies, protein, and pretty much everything very small.

Preliminary findings suggest a link between Morgellons Disease and Agrobacterium, a soil bacterium extensively manipulated and used in making GM crops; has genetic engineering created a new epidemic?

When samples of morgellons fibres were sent to reputable labs by doctors, they identified unknown nanotechnology or various descriptions. Some of these devices resemble known nanotechnology, some don’t…

Project Contract Labs: AMDL, Inc., ACS, Inc., MIT, and Lambda Solutions, Inc.

PHASE IA Samples from Sept. 1, 2006.
Results Received February 5, 2007 Subject Samples of Unknown Fibers Collected form Many Sources and Delivered to Laboratory.

Report of: Examination, Microscopic Measurements and Spectrographic Analysis of Several Dozen Fibers Sent from IHI, LLC, Lakewood, CA.

SUMMARY The fibers identified, gel material, and gel shaped materials had no cellular integrity with no eukaryotic cells. The materials identified in the fibers were of a manufactured nano technology to form a specific structure with an undetermined function. The chemical composition of fibers that had EDS and Raman did not match the chemical composition of the human body nor were they any part of the human body (nails, hair, skin, nerves, etc.).

Special features as identified by Los Angeles County Fire Department, Los Angeles, CA personnel are the following: 1) skin melts or burns at above 165 degrees F; 2) fibers from a human body that do not melt at 1,400 degrees F or above 165 degrees are not made of human cells; and 3) human tissue does not secrete gels nor would they be of known human cellular composition that melt above 300 degrees C (i.e. approximately over 600 degrees F).

posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 06:56 PM
Some information on the current state of nanotech.

Provided are an apparatus and a method for recoding neuronal signals. The apparatus may include a substrate with an electrode region, a plurality of stimulation electrodes arranged on the electrode region to have a specific arrangement, and at least one recording electrode provided between adjacent ones of the stimulation electrodes and attached with an axon of the neuronal cell. Each of the stimulation electrodes may be attached with a body of a neuronal cell.
[url=Apparatus and method for recoding neural signals US 20130154609 A1]Apparatus and method for recoding neural signals US 20130154609 A1

Researchers have begun to show that it is possible to use brain recordings to reconstruct aspects of an image or movie clip someone is viewing, a sound someone is hearing or even the text someone is reading. A new study by University of Pennsylvania and Thomas Jefferson University scientists brings this work one step closer to actual mind reading by using brain recordings to infer the way people organize associations between words in their memories.
Neural fingerprints of memory associations allow mind reading

Scientists working with DARPA and Department of Energy backing have cracked the code on a kind of technological milestone, for the first time developing a nano-device capable of powering itself by harvesting energy from vibrations while at the same time transmitting data wirelessly over long distances. That kind of technology could have huge implications for devices ranging from surveillance implements to airborne sensors to implantable medical devices.

Technology is already in place to implement mind reading and control via nanotech implants. Military spec would be more advanced again. It would basically entail wireless data transmitters and recievers combined with neuronal recording and recoding. Stimulation of individual or groups, of neurons could cause thoughts, feelings and actions.

This review focuses on the application of nanomaterial’s for neural interfacing.
The junction between nanotechnology and neural tissues can be particularly
worthy of scientific attention for several reasons: (i) Neural cells are electroactive,
and the electronic properties of nanostructures can be tailored to match
the charge transport requirements of electrical cellular interfacing. (ii) The
unique mechanical and chemical properties of nanomaterial’s are critical for
integration with neural tissue as long-term implants. (iii) Solutions to many
critical problems in neural biology/medicine are limited by the availability of
specialized materials. (iv) Neuronal stimulation is needed for a variety of
common and severe health problems. This confluence of need, accumulated
expertise, and potential impact on the well-being of people suggests the
potential of nanomaterial’s to revolutionize the field of neural interfacing. In this
review, we begin with foundational topics, such as the current status of neural
electrode (NE) technology, the key challenges facing the practical utilization of
NEs, and the potential advantages of nanostructures as components of chronic
implants. After that the detailed account of toxicology and biocompatibility of
nanomaterial’s in respect to neural tissues is given. Next, we cover a variety of
specific applications of Nano engineered devices, including drug delivery, imaging,
topographic patterning, electrode design, nanoscale transistors for
high-resolution neural interfacing, and photoactivated interfaces. We also
critically evaluate the specific properties of particular nanomaterial’s—including
nanoparticles, nanowires, and carbon nanotubes—that can be taken advantage
of in neuroprosthetic devices. The most promising future areas of research and
practical device engineering are discussed as a conclusion to the review.
Nanomaterials for Neural Interfaces

Add AI into the mix and you might have a completely robot controlled human, right down to the thought level, a prison for the soul.

posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 06:57 PM

Even NATO has some reservations.

* Human body manipulation
This controversial issue is likely to have significant ethical implications. Tiny nanoimplants might be designed in order to improve the performance of the human body. Enhancing the performance of the human brain is a particularly delicate issue. While the neuro-functional nanodevices may help in healing paralysed people with spinal cord injuries, their emergence would inevitably stir passionate discussions about "melding of man and machine". Specific regulations should be adopted by society in order to keep these developments under public control.
* Nano-divide
Many nations are already witnessing an IT divide that correlates with inequality in the distribution of wealth. This gap is likely to be exacerbated by the nanotechnological revolution, forming a so-called "nano-divide." The transition from a pre-nano to a post-nano world could be very traumatic and could worsen the problem of haves vs. have-nots. Such differences are likely to be striking. The National Science Foundation (NSF) supports these sentiments: "Those who participate in the nano revolution stand to become very wealthy. Those who do not may find it increasingly difficult to afford the technological wonders that it engenders."

* Privacy
The miniaturisation of technology, facilitated by nanotechnology, is likely to lead to the emergence of super-small and virtually invisible video cameras, microphones and transmitters. Thus eavesdropping and observing people without their consent could become significantly easier, consequently seriously jeopardising their right to privacy.
11. Societal and environmental implications of emerging NT have already attracted attention from various pressure groups and NGOs. Some groups increasingly call for a complete moratorium on the use of nanoparticles: for example, the Corporate Watch - a British advocacy organization - produced a report on the "dark side of nanotech: hazardous substances, military applications and a huge leap in corporate power". Debates can significantly influence broader public opinion, as happened in the case of genetically modified (GM) food.

63. Nanotechnology promises both great opportunities and risks. New technologies offer unique prospects of curing the world's age-old intrinsic defects and pushing globalisation to its extreme. At the same time, we must be aware of NT's potential to engender dangers never before encountered. What is most disquieting is the uncertainty of possible implications to the vulnerable domain of national security and defence. Very few publications and studies have been issued on this particular issue, and some of the assumptions and conclusions of those that have might still be speculative.
64. Nevertheless, your Rapporteur wishes to emphasize the importance of discussing and debating this issue now, when the international community and nation states are still in a position to shape a preventive mechanism capable of dealing properly with possible malevolent applications of NT in the field of national and international security. Your Rapporteur strongly believes that the parliamentarians could and should contribute more extensively to such discussions.
65. Additional lengthy and scrupulous studies of military NT are urgently needed. The prospects of molecular NT should be assessed with particular attention, as this is the most controversial aspect of NT and would present extremely grave consequences if its feasibility is confirmed. The scientific research on ethical/legal/societal implications of NT should receive adequate funding. Ann Dowling, chair of the Royal Society and Royal Academy of Engineering's working group on NT, recently stated that, while the British Government seem to understand the importance of NT, it failed to actually increase funding for the research that is necessary before issuing appropriate regulations.

From Chemtrails to Pseudo Life: The Dark Agenda of Synthetic Biology

So we have allegations of illegal implanting of nanomaterial’s, a disease that is claimed, by some, to be the result of nanotech implants. Laboratory tests, done by the FBI and other lab facilities that the fibres collected from Morgellons sufferers are- a. unknown nanodevices b. not manmade c. contain plant material from bioengineered species d. are virtually indestructible e. a combination of the previous f. cotton but the disease might be real.

If it hasn’t been implemented yet on the main population, how long will it be?

Without doubt, the number of people suffering from Morgellons disease is increasing worldwide. Some estimates range as high as 100,000 people. At the same time that reported cases are rising, reports connecting the disease to various military research institutions and installations are also increasing, as are reported instances of strange developments with the disease. What is really going on with Morgellons across the world?
For the past several years there have been consistent and credible reports that the US Army’s biological warfare research facility at Fort Detrick, Frederick, Maryland, has experimented with a lab-created disease very similar to Morgellons.
Said one former Detrick microbiologist, who refused to allow his name to be printed: “That I remember research on something similar — I don’t recall what it was specifically called — began not long after the Defense Appropriations for 1970… it began around then…there were all kinds of things under study then. It was hard to keep track of it all.” This remark about the 1970 Defense Appropriations is significant in light that at about this same time the US Defense Department made a startling budget request to the US Congress.

So sorry for the people with Morgellons, I admire the fortitude you have, and am sending you all some love.

Colloidal silver, high dose (intravenous, liposomal) vit c, MMS, SAMe and emp healing devices are my guess at a possible cure.

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posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 06:57 PM
Can you provide a link to that FBI report?
The one in your title?

BTW. Beforitisnews is not an acceptable source.
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posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 07:24 PM
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how do you think the transhumanists are going to achieve their fantasies?
what you're seeing here is people being used as guinea pigs/test subjects
after all they're just "fleshies"

speak of the Devil....

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posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 07:48 PM
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I cant find link to the actual FBI report, just the Wymore R. Personal communication. May 4, 2009 from Savely and Stricker 2010 (from Oklahoma State) that is referenced in numerous scientific papers.

posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 07:52 PM
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Ok. So without knowing if there is such a report or if it exists, what it actually says....what do you think we should do about your title?

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posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 07:55 PM
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Start here maybe, I'm sure you could find it.

Wymore sent samples of fibers, none of which was collected by biopsy, to the Police Crime Lab in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for analysis. A forensic scientist at the Tulsa Police Crime Lab in Oklahoma searched the FBI's national database, but the Morgellons sample did not match any known fiber in the database.[31] Lab director Mark Boese said the fibers were "consistent with something that the body may be producing," adding, "These fibers cannot be manmade and do not come from a plant. This could be a byproduct of a biological organism

posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 07:59 PM

Some, such as Oklahoma State University, have made their own diagnosis, in this case finding that the fibres are unknown, don’t burn until they reach 1400F,

Care to show your source for that quote?

posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 08:03 PM

Start here maybe, I'm sure you could find it.

No, it is not there... but the reference to it (31) goes to a ABC news report and there is no mention of the FBI at all....

Also you missed this bit

Conversely, in Wymore's further studies of the fibers, none of the samples he has sent to the laboratory have been unusual. Laboratory results have included nylon, cotton, human hair, a fungal fiber and a rodent hair.[32] Dermatologists say many fibers are from clothing embedded in self-imposed sores and the fibers patients bring in bags are textile in nature

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posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 08:07 PM
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From the ABC.

From ABC PrimeTime - Aug. 9, 2006

Forensic scientist Ron Pogue at the Tulsa Police Crime Lab in Oklahoma checked a Morgellons sample against known fibers in the FBI's national database. "No, no match at all. So this is some strange stuff," Pogue says. He thinks the skeptics are wrong. "This isn't lint. This is not a commercial fiber. It's not."
The lab's director, Mark Boese, says the fibers are "consistent with something that the body may be producing." He adds, "These fibers cannot be manmade and do not come from a plant. This could be a byproduct of a biological organism."
Review full report

posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 08:13 PM
Watch the movie "Metropia".

It may just give you an idea of where they are coming from.

This really makes me want to take a deeper look at what we are consuming. It seems more and more like what we are buying is consuming us.

posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 08:17 PM
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Ok. Good enough for me. I guess your title isn't off base. I suppose the crime lab may have looked at some fibers but I'd still like to get a little more information about their findings. I wonder if the samples sent to the FBI may have been sort of messed up. Since there really was no chain of custody for them it's sort hard to say that they actually had anything to do with Morgellons.

"I knew it was thought to be delusional, so I asked some Morgellons sufferers to send samples of the fibres, figuring if it was delusional, they would never show up. But 48 hours later, Fed Ex packages started arriving. I borrowed a microscope to examine them. And they looked a little odd."

But how about this?

Wymore has now been working on the DNA of the fibres for five years. So far, none of the samples he has sent into the laboratory has proved to be anything mysterious. Results have included nylon, cotton, a human hair, a fungal fibre and a rodent hair.

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posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 08:23 PM
I've never heard of the sufferers claiming it was nanotechnology. All of the ones I've seen on health documentaries and what not claimed they were parasites, which led to the 'illness' being dismissed as a psychological disorder.

This is news to me. Not sure which is scarier- a parasite where nobody believes you or nanotech. lol

posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 08:27 PM


Wymore has now been working on the DNA of the fibres for five years. So far, none of the samples he has sent into the laboratory has proved to be anything mysterious. Results have included nylon, cotton, a human hair, a fungal fibre and a rodent hair.

Um...if the fibers have DNA, they're cellular. The end. Right? I haven't seen a lot of nanotech that has DNA but is not biological.
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posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 08:40 PM
There is not FBI report.

There is, however, a CDC report. Which you can find right here:

The findings by the CDC indicate that fibers recovered from Morgellons sufferers were composed of cellulose. They were determined to be mostly cotton fibers from their clothing. When they would scratch their skin raw, the fibers would become stuck in the wound.

It has been determined to be a delusional skin disorder. There isn't really anything wrong with them. No infections. No bacteria. No virus. No bugs. Nothing.

posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 08:55 PM



Wymore has now been working on the DNA of the fibres for five years. So far, none of the samples he has sent into the laboratory has proved to be anything mysterious. Results have included nylon, cotton, a human hair, a fungal fibre and a rodent hair.

Um...if the fibers have DNA, they're cellular. The end. Right? I haven't seen a lot of nanotech that has DNA but is not biological.
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Some of them. Not the nylon ones.

posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 08:59 PM
Those fibers under the skin remind me of those microscopic fibers found in Mc ds chicken nuggets. Compare.. McNuggets under the microscope

posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 09:15 PM
Hey how would you determine it's nanotechnology if a microscope was used?

Wouldn't you need a nanoscope? Am I missing something?

Either way this is scary. It'd be interesting to get a sample of the fibers and send them in somewhere for actual nano testing.

Here's one story stating it's silicone poisoning.

Either way it's an interesting topic, thanks for posting.

posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 09:16 PM
I have heard quite a bit about this condition, and those who have it swear it is not psychological - had no previous symptomology and are otherwise healthy. I am happy to see it continues to be researched because it appears the suffering is tremendous - mainly because noone appears to believe these people. I know when fiber myalgia came about that was also considered a psychological disorder. Precursors to an epileptic seizure were also once thought to be psychological in nature. Even psychological conditions have a physical reason - at least those on Axis 1.

I think it's wrong to say it's all in their head. Thoughts can create physical manifestations so they need to see what checmical reactions are happening if claiming it is imagined. Such a statement would not end research but rather take it into another direction. Cortisol or adrenaline levels off? Other chemical imbalances?

If people were that quick to send samples out for examination it tells me their doctors were dismissing them. From testimonies I have heard and read it appears this is the worst part of it all. I personally think it's parasitic - the symptoms seem to match. However - why isn't it being discovered if it is? It would seem that means no parasite exists. But I've also seen those shows where people have stuff within their eyes or in strange places and it wasn't discovered until surgery was done.

Another thing that is dismissed is candida and the fact that this can infiltrate the liver and other organs - leading to poor health and eventual death. People report feeling run down, having skin symptoms (itching), headaches, food sensitivities, hair loss, more frequent infections, etc. It was (still is) widely dismissed by doctors as only possible if someone has AIDS or another immune issue. However, there is evidence in the medical literature of organs clogged with the stuff upon autopsy - from people who did not have immune probems - so doctors are just beginning to change their thinking on this. They now know antibiotics can cause an imbalance, and if not caught early can be difficult to restore.

At minimum it would be good to see this thing taken seriously for those who suffer. I get the sense that they are afraid of it - feel hopeless and isolated in their plight.

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