That’s right, we are close to solving the Morgellons Mystery.
We have captured the bug that is causing the misery of Morgellons, and it appears to be an insect. Soon, pictures and video of the insect pupa, taken with a microscope, will be posted. The video clearly shows the bug moving around and alive. All our discoveries are tying the various clues together to explain this mystery. The good news is, since it is a bug, it can be killed. I have developed a spray that seems to kill the pupae and larva while the gel kills the adult bugs. Check back soon for updated developments. -Bert 5/7/10
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I believe that I have been carrying this parasite for more than 10 years. More than a few times, I have wondered if flying insects were breeding in my scalp. I often feel very tiny bugs flittering about on my skin around my nose and eyes, and I notice small flying insects buzzing around my head more often than chance would allow. Recently I have caught some of these and they resemble flies or tiny wasps.
The video taken on a microscope is of an insect pupa that has not yet had a blood meal. The University professors explained that after having a blood meal it would become a larva. I think the larva crawl out of our sores and crawl around on us while we are asleep. Eventually, it turns into a tiny fly and comes out of our skin. It leaves behind its shell or covering which causes additional skin irritation.
This explains the many irritations I feel on my skin and the occasional very light touch as if a whisper had brushed my skin. It is these tiny winged insects coming out of my skin spreading their wings and flying off. I have caught about 20 of these tiny flies / wasps. Now, I need to find someone to identify them.
I have never used the MorGone product, for the record. I’m not sure he’s saying anything new here, many have suspected very small wasps, and from this POST you can see they can be very small indeed, microscopic wasps? Yep, they exist.