morgellons_proof

See http://www.viewzone.com/morgellons.html

I was alerted to this site via the little chat window on the right hand side of my blog (you can actually chat with me using that little window). I must say, this article is well written and a very interesting read. Thank you “little bird” for tipping me off to this two page article.  I am always thankful for anybody that takes the time to write a good article on this disease.

Keep working on your health, that is what we must do for now.

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Comments on: "Morgellons Disease – A Crime of Silence" (10)

  1. zara cybele said:

    This seems to be the most comprehensive research I’ve seen to date. Thanks for the post.

    • Mr. Common Sense said:

      Agreed, I just re-read it entirely for the 2nd time, it is a very well written article, however, I’m not sure where the got the information about the make up of Morgellons, all it’s components and stuff, they seem to know more than what has been said else where. I like it because it requires no whacky conspiracy, just mankind being stupid which is probably behind this. I wish there was more information though.

      For instance, the article says …

      Upon further examination, the fluorescent properties were found to come from a soluble substance that contained proteins from some very unusual organisms:

      a protein found in cow’s milk [casein alpha S1];
      a bacteria found in sub-tropical water and soil [chromobacterium violaceum];
      a parasitic protozoa that causes East Coast Fever, usually transmitted through ticks [theileria prava];
      a rod shaped bacteria that is mobile by moving its flagellum and has been studied extensively in laboratories because of its unusual metabolism [azoarcus]; and
      a bacteria associated with fermentation that like salinity [leuconostoc mesenteroides]

      But doesn’t allude to where this information came, this to me is important, and going back to my post on Morgellons – Art of Deception always in the back of mind I’m thinking are they trying to lead me away or to something. But, I think this article is genuine, I just wish they had more info on those results.

      The one thing I will say is that magazine is full of whacky articles, the author of the article would have been better off starting thier own WordPress blog rather than be connected with that stuff, that is what hurts our community, being associated with rense and all that other nonsense.

  2. Hello MCS,

    I agree with your synopsis and concerns… as usual.

    Have a great weekend!

    Blessings,

    John

  3. From the Article in discussion:

    a protein found in cow’s milk [casein alpha S1];
    a bacteria found in sub-tropical water and soil [chromobacterium violaceum];
    a parasitic protozoa that causes East Coast Fever, usually transmitted through ticks [theileria prava];
    a rod shaped bacteria that is mobile by moving its flagellum and has been studied extensively in laboratories because of its unusual metabolism [azoarcus]; and
    ——————————————-

    casein alpha S1
    chromobacterium violaceum
    azoarcus
    theileria prava

    Note that all those named above came from Robert F. Smith’s research and the samples were sent to OSU/Stillwater (Dr. Wymore) with a request for further specific research in the Summer of 2006 and nobody has heard a word since. It’s been 4 years on this!

    Below Quoted From:
    http://www.thenmo.org/rSmith02.htm

    “III. Future direction:

    The fluorescent factor protein was purified via C18 Sep-Pak chromatography, eluted with methanol/water (50:50) and rotary evaporated to dryness.

    The resultant powder should be sent to OSU Stillwater’s Proteonomic facility for MALDI-TOF and Edmund sequence analysis. MALDI-TOF will allow the identification of the exact mass of one (or several) proteins in the mixture, whereas Edmund sequence analysis will yield the first fifteen amino acids present in the protein sequence, allowing for either confirmation of the prior nano-HPLC/MS results or bioinformatics searches to obtain the protein identity.

    As of now, the samples have been sent to Dr. Wymore, due to complications with communicating with the Stillwater facility. Currently, this protein identity is unknown.”

    The photographs of those glass jars showing the fluorescent fiber/s ALSO came from Robert F. Smith’s research paper he conducted in Arizona.

  4. “Leuconostoc mesenteroides”

    Yes, ….. IS also credited to Robert F. Smith’s research for all those wondering where this information came from.

    • Mr. Common Sense said:

      Thank you Kmarie, this definitely lends more credibility to the article, like I said, it’s a well written article, reflects rather poorly on the CDC I might add, who has ample research they could tap into if they were “actually” looking into this for real, which they aren’t.

  5. Yes it is nicely written.
    Poses some very strong points.
    Yes I agree,might need some back up .
    The photos of the skin condition (to me) does not seem reminiscent of Morgellons skin symptoms,more like eczema or psoriassis?? am I wrong? I haven’t experienced morgellons looking like that.

    I would like to see some research about the super mite that
    was possibly genetically modified.
    Have not had time to explore that one.

    • Mr. Common Sense said:

      Agreed Pamela, it’s really too bad they used those pictures, they were used on one of Dr. Staningers reports and are the only instance I have EVER seen of skin like that being referred to as Morgellons. Nobody else has skin like that who has Morgellons, it’s really a shame because people will now think this is what Morgellons looks like, far from it. Also, the Texas, California and Florida stuff is really growing tiresome, it’s totally invalid, I bet there are more cases now in other states. It is everywhere now.

  6. I just find it funny how they blab about it bein so PREVALENT in those states (FLA, CA, TX) when those are 3 of the 4 most populated states in the u.s….

  7. Very convincing article, says this infected biology teacher in COLORADO. Yes, I gardened a lot last year, but I also got bitten by some poultry bugs, then got Morgellons. I guess the implication I get from the article is that the lab-created DNA concoction was inserted into argobacterium, escaped and is now rampant in the general garden-variety Argo. population?

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