Morgellons hair and genetic transformation

The human race is being culled “Beyond Therapy” to “satisfy deep and familiar human desires for better children, superior performance, ageless bodies and happy souls.”- Presidential Ethics-2003
“Beyond Therapy” means going beyond just treating illnesses. It means engineering humans, improving some and culling others from the population.
New technology with a potential for misuse is being covertly used to change our lives. New X-ray technology was misused to kill Jewish Renate and Rene Guttman in 1944.
Biotechnology has made it possible to clandestinely inject victims with therapeutic genes, not with a needle but by the means of transgenic arthropods.
In Morgellons, arthropods deposit their eggs in the skin. Porcellio sabre (wood louse) came out of woman’s skin.

Hair makes us pretty and the hair follicles produce sweat gland products that help to control body temperature and release pheromones.
Hair is an expression of who we are personally and within our culture.
Hair is very important to people and having diseased hair is a life-changing experience for Morgellons’ victims especially when they realize this is a man-made disease and someone has done this to them on purpose.
A 22-week old fetus has 5 million follicles on its body. This is the largest number of follicles it will ever have. One million are the head & 100,000=150,000 are on the scalp.
So many hair follicles make an excellent terrorism opportunity in Morgellons microscopic animals can deliver gene therapy directly to the skin and hair follicles.
“The hair follicles is a safe and non-invasive target for gene therapy.”
“The hair follicles as a gene therapy target” Robert M. Hoffman, 2000 DOI: 10.1038/71866
The following may be a result of adding, replacing or reducing (knockdown) chromosomes, and placing synthetic materials, parasites, fungus, bacteria, viruses or other pathogens in the skin and hair.
Some Morgellons victims lose their hair several times and when it does grow back, it is not their normal human hair.
Some hair is clear. Colour can be removed from by removing the tyrosinase gene. Colour can be restored by restoring the tyrosinase gene.
Some hair has branding.
Covance Genetics Labs?
Hair looked like a folded up tube with spheres inside.
Clear hair with Rings.
Rings may indicate a disease called pili annulati.
Flat and twisting may indicate pili pseudoannulati.
Pili Multigemini [More than one hair in the follicle.]
Air bubbles indicate a disease called Tinea favosa.
Tinea favosa is the most aggressive type of scalp hair infection and is caused by the fungus Trichophyton schoenleinnii. It is inside the hair shaft and produces air bubbles within the hair.
Hair has strange roots and gels!
Glowing dots are sometimes seen on the scalp or in the hair shaft. Quantum Dots?
Hair with hexagon inside.
Hair melts like plastic or paraffin.
Fungus and animals grow inside the hair shaft. Fungus in and on the hair.
Similar structures from different people.
Fluorescent hair colour.
A Morgellons Victim’s Scalp is expressing fluorescent genes.
Some say Morgellons hair has an electrical charge and causes shocks all over the body. There are some who say the animals in the hair shaft bite or sting them.
Keratin is a protonic semiconductor (not electronic), but a gel or solution on the surface of the hair would form a coating through which current might flow.- Dr Feughelman
Changing the hair involves changing the skin as well because the hair follicles is an appendage of the skin. Tissue engineering is involved in these systemic changes.
Tissues consist of
1- Cells
2- extracellular matrix
3- signalling systems
Signalling systems are activated by genes whose secretions and transcriptional products are responsible for building different kinds of tissues during differentiation.
Genes are instructions for self-assembly of living systems. This cactus is expressing human hair genes.
What does transgenic mean?
A transgenic organism is any living creature, such as a bacterium, plant, or animal that has received a foreign gene by means of genetic engineering.
Transgenic organisms are genetically engineered for a specific purpose. What genetic changes would be desirable in Morgellons arthropod?
You can increase their aggressiveness, make them more virulent, more resistance to antibiotics and insecticides, or change the ratio of their offspring.
Having more females would mean there would be more eggs.
You can change a parasite’s host.
A parasite that normally lives on animals could be made to live on humans.
A plant or soil-dwelling organism could be transformed to live in human skin (ex Dictyostelium)
You can transform their metabolic, reproductive and waste products.
You can pump up their fibre making ability.
Transgenes can be used to make an organism fluoresce or blink (BioBricks).
You can also transform a parasite’s symbiont parasites (worms) and the pathogens they carry such as bacteria, fungus & viruses.
Engineering genes in symbionts that live in host organisms are called PARATRANSGENESIS.
Every species has bacteria and viruses with which it co-evolved. For example Nasonia.
Nasonia carries the Wolbachia pipientis.
An example of a symbiotic relationship is a virus and an endoparasitic wasp. A virus in the wasp’s reproductive system is injected along with the wasp egg into the host caterpillar.
The virus infects the caterpillar’s immune system & suppresses the phagocytic blood cells which would usually kill the wasp egg. The wasp egg hatches and completes its development in the host.
Viral genes transform host metabolism to beneficial for the growing wasp. Thus the virus and wasp have a symbiotic (mutualistic) relationship.
These same things happen in a Morgellons victim. An arthropod lays eggs in the skin/hair follicles along with engineered viruses which prepare the immune system to ignore the alien organism.
A transposable element (TE) is a DNA sequence that can change its position (self-transpose) within the genome of a cell. Retroviruses can be considered as TEs.
The Package DNA is spliced into a “jumping gene” or transposon.
Transposons are integrated into a Plasmid. The plasmid (circular DNA) is then delivered into the host cell. This is called Transfection.
The cell membrane must be deliberately manipulated and artificially alerted to allow drugs, DNA, proteins, peptides, amino acids and dyes across the lipid bilayer or through proteins actin as transmembrane channels.
Therefore, plasmids also contain “cassettes” which are sequences for controlling the expression of a gene, such as promoters enhancers and binding and splicing sites, terminator and stabilizing sequences.
Plasmids copy themselves into new cells carrying the transposons. Both transposons and plasmids can become part of the genome of the host cell.
Like the plasmids delivered by an E coli bacteria.

This is very important
The animals in Morgellons are the ones which have had their genomes sequenced.

Almost half of the human genome comes from transposons.
Arthropods transposons can be almost 100% identical to the genome of their host’s transposons.
The Human Genome Project identified the transposons which overlap between humans, animals and plants.
Transposons can be used to transfer genes from other species into humans.
What does this mean?
Genetic material can be swapped with non-mating species, between parasites and their vertebrate hosts.
Insect transposons can cause mutations and changes to genome function.
They can be engineered to cause cancer and disease instead of all the good things claimed as a basis for research. It is now possible to create genome weapons.

Some Methods of Transferring Genes
A single deposit of foreign DNA won’t transform all skin or hair. That would require many injections over time. This means the arthropod offspring would need to inherit the transgenic genes.
Plasmid DNA with the desired traits is microinjected into the reproductive tract (ovaries) of a pregnant female prior to egg laying which results in transformed offspring.
This is called maternal transfer. The offspring is the transgenic animal and they will pass the genes on to their offspring. The transgenic arthropods will be able to keep reinjecting eggs, bacteria and viruses.

Arthropods carry bacteria in their gut and sexual organs, delivering transgenic bacteria to the skin and hair follicles. Bacteria-mediated gene transfer is called bactofection.
Bactofection uses Agrobacterium, Listeria, Shigella Salmonella, Yersinia, E. Coli, Clostridium, Toxoplasma and others.

The basic principle of gene therapy lies in the delivery of a nucleic acid (a functional gene copy or an oligonucleotide) affecting the expression of a target gene in the desired location of the patient body.
Delivery vectors for the gene transfer are needed. Viral vectors are derived from retroviruses adenoviruses, poxviruses, parvoviruses and herpes viruses and others.

Naked plasmid DNA or DNA complexed with cationic lipids or liposomes increase the efficiency of cell membrane penetration. DNA is complexed with synthetic or biological POLYMERS.
LIPOSOMES are used to deliver genes to hair follicles. They can also mediate the transfer of quantum dots into cells.
The target is stem cells which can be told what kind of cells to become.
Pluripotent hair follicle stem cells become any type of cell during differentiation.
Liposomes self-assemble into vesicular structures, depending on lipid composition.
The most common type is a hollow sphere from 30 nm to 10,000 nm. A nanometer is 1 millionth of a millimetre.
Liposomes can deliver drugs directly to lung tissue by inhalation. They may be transported by fibres or injection.
Cyclodextrins (100-600 nm) with drug inclusion complexes also selectively target hair follicles. CDs spontaneously form nanoparticles that are of the optimal size for follicular drug delivery.
The hair Follicle
Hair has two separate structures, the follicle in the skin and the shaft. The follicle is a tube-like structure with several layers with different jobs.
The living part is the bottom part surrounding the papilla called the bulb. The papilla contains capillaries, which are tiny blood vessels that feed the cells.
The hair follicle consists of six concentric cylinders with several distinct cell types that produce highly specialized proteins.
Protein manufactured in the hair follicle can be exploited for topical vaccine gene therapy making the follicle a BIOREACTOR!
Follicles cycle continuously through 3 stages:
1- ANAGEN-growth
2- CATOGEN-involution
3- TELOGEN-resting
These three stages are regulated by specific molecular mechanisms which are used to introduce GENES into the hair follicle.
The MATRIX is in the deepest portion of the follicle that envelops the dermal papilla.
The bulge area is thought to comprise follicle stem cells.
The matrix contains rapidly dividing keratinocytes, which give rise to the keratinized hair shaft. The hair follicle melanocytes reside in the lower part of the hair bulb among the matrix keratin.
The hair shaft is made of dead, hard protein called keratin in three layers. The MEDULA (inner layer) may not be present. The CORTEX (middle) is most of the shaft & the CUTICLE (outer) is like overlapping shingles.
Some of the changes in these structures can be attributed to genetic changes delivered by the animals which are now living in the bodies of thousands of Morgellons victims.

Morgellons has changed everything the human race thought it was.

Animals are being treated with more reverence that Morgellons victims.

Read “Morgellons Definitive Cure Post” For A Very Helpful Information On How You Can Recover From Morgellons.


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