Mon. Aug 26th, 2019

MORGELLONS

Clifford Carnicom Morgellons

Medical View – Morgellons is a controversial and poorly understood condition in which unusual thread-like fibers appear under the skin.The patient may feel like something is crawling, biting, or stinging all over.

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Carnicom research: I state clearly again that the pathogenic forms under investigation are repeatedly showing up in the general population, regardless of whether certain “skin anomalies” are present or not.  The pathogenic forms were, however, first discovered as a result of examination of these same skin anomalies.  The segregation of only certain individuals as having the “Morgellons” condition is completely and totally false; the general population is involved whether they would like to know of it or not.  The pathogens found have now been discovered repeatedly across all major body systems and functions, including skin, blood, hair, saliva, dental(gum), digestive, ear and urinary samples.

red wine test 1

Gum-dental samples collected after extended wine-hydrogen peroxide mixture rinses of the mouth (e.g., 5 minutes each) and placed upon a glass slide for observation.  Mouth brushed and cleaned to best degree possible prior to the test.  Material emanates from the gums of the mouth; this individual produces a greater amount of material relative to other individuals.  Foam appearance results from the peroxide.  Core material is composed essentially of the four pathogenic forms that have been extensively described on this site(encasing filament, sub-micron filament network, Chlamydia-like structures and the “hybrid form”).  Samples have repeatedly observed at extreme visible microscopic examination, i.e.., 7000x and they are generally consistent between various samples.  One mixture that is under trial is 1/3 3% hydrogen-peroxide mixed with 2/3 dark red wine (e.g.., merlot).  Burgundy color results from stain of red wine.  Another alternative under investigation is to limit the exposure to hydrogen peroxide by swabbing the teeth with peroxide prior to an extended rinse with red wine.  Hydrogen peroxide is NOT to be taken internally.  Sensitivity and reactions to peroxide may be of concern and an issue to consider.  NO THERAPY OF ANY KIND IS BEING RECOMMENDED WITHIN THIS REPORT; OBSERVATIONAL ANALYSIS ONLY IS BEING PROVIDED.  Identical pathogenic forms have now been found across most body systems and functions.  The rinse test has in some cases been ongoing for 1-2 months; there continues to production of some material in most every case.  Microscopic examination will be required for any final determination.  On occasions, the test has been conducted several times in a row (e.g.., 30-45 minute session of approx. 5 minutes each) with no cessation of material to date, although the amount appears to eventually decrease.  It appears that the production of material can be correlated directly with the amount of time devoted to testing.  The presence of the material also appears to be associated with a ear-blockage condition in one case.  Not all individuals produce this amount of material and the sample may need to be examined very closely to determine if it exists; it usually appears as fibrous or stringy if present.  The individual providing this sample does not demonstrate any outwardly visible “Morgellons” symptoms.

red wine test 2
A similar gum-dental sample after drying and evaporation of the wine-peroxide mixture.
Solid materials remain which form the basis of one of many recent analyses through this site.

red wine test 3
One portion of the sample above observed at extreme visible magnification under the microscope.
Dental-gum expelled sample.  Sample extracted with use of hydrogen peroxide-red wine mix.
(please refer to Pathogens & the General Population)
Three pathogenic forms visible: bounding filament (black border),
sub-micron interior filament network (blue arrows) and Chlamydia-like organisms(red circles).
Magnification approx. 7000x.

red wine test 4
Microscopic examination of another gum-dental sample expelled from a separate individual using the wine-peroxide mixture.
An encasing filament and the Chlamydia-like structures are visible.  In this individual the hybrid form is more common
within the bounding filament as opposed to the sub-micron filament network.
Magnification approx. 5000x.

This method described above is not provided as a therapy or diagnosis of any kind; the reaction is being described from an observational point of view.  Individuals are to consult with their own health practitioner for their health needs.

“MORGELLONS:” THE WINE – PEROXIDE TEST

 

 

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