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).
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
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.
From AboveTopSecret.com –