Morgellons Multicolored Fibers

As much as Morgellons disease is seen as an enigma as a whole by the medical community its reported symptoms are equally mysteries in nature, in particular the Morgellons fibers.  The fibers are characteristically described as tiny fibers, threads or black stringy material protruding from the open lesions. They are often described by affected individuals as white colored, however also reported are blue, green, red, and black fibers, which fluoresce when looked at under ultraviolet light.

In addition to the multicolored fibers, objects referred to as “granules”, very similar in size/shape to grains of sand are frequently reported by affected individuals. Sufferers report observing dark colored specks/dots on or within their skin, in addition to bizarre multicolored “fuzz balls” both within their sores and upon the affected skin.

Morgellons FibersThere are many conflicting statements being made about the alleged Morgellons fibers themselves. For the afflicted the fibers are a very real sign and symptom of Morgellons disease and for the skeptics it is merely of textile origins and not a true manifestation of the disease. The majority of health care professionals doesn’t acknowledge Morgellons as a real disease or are reserving judgment until more is known about the illness.

Various Hypotheses regarding the fibers

Randy Wymore, a former research director of the MRF and presently director of the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences’ Center for the Investigation of Morgellons Disease, claims that Morgellons patients have submitted masses of dark fibers visible at 60x magnification under the unbroken skin, while unaffected individuals do not. Wymore sent samples of fibers, none of which was collected by biopsy, to the Police Crime Lab in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for analysis. A forensic scientist at the Tulsa Police Crime Lab in Oklahoma searched the FBI’s national database, but the Morgellons sample did not match any known fiber in the database. Lab director Mark Boese said the fibers were “consistent with something that the body may be producing,” adding, “These fibers cannot be manmade and do not come from a plant. This could be a byproduct of a biological organism.”

Conversely, in Wymore’s further studies of the fibers; none of the samples he has sent to the laboratory have been unusual. Laboratory results have included nylon, cotton, human hair, a fungal fiber and a rodent hair. Dermatologists say many fibers are from clothing embedded in self-imposed sores and the fibers patients bring in bags are textile in nature. The fibers may also be peripheral nerve endings.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morgellons

There are tons of other theories regarding the fibers and what they are and their purpose. Some of the more prevalent are the fibers are manmade and are some type of Nano technology set upon man.

Some people believe they originate from Chemtrails dropped upon us from above. Others believe the fibers are some type of tracking devices. For the most part, all of these originate from the conspiracy crowd. Even more eccentric, there are those who believe these fibers are from alien origins. They believe that the fibers may have arrived on earth from space on something like an asteroid or because of direct alien life intervention.

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  1. My mom has this! There are fibers, that look like tiny fibers, that she gets out by rubbing a cottonball of rubbing alcohol over it. It is all over, not just an isolated area and they itch and then will sting, and move!
    Do you know somewhere she can send the fibers to tell her what or why they are there…or who can help…or what can help! Thank you so much! Sondra

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