PLEASE NOTE: This page consists of a brief summary of the findings of Jan Smith, whose website is MorgellonsExposed.com. The pages of the site were recently redirected (June 2015) by unknown persons. However, archived versions of the site can be found on The Wayback Machine, so please click here to explore the fine collection of material Jan has posted. (Dates on the Wayback calendar circled in blue reflect the archives.)
These are typical Morgellons lesions
Jan Smith observed fibers emerging from her body over a decade ago. Today, she is reasonably sure Morgellons syndrome is "a nanotech disease" that creates measurable frequencies in its hosts. Jan has worked with researchers like Clifford Carnicom and Hildegard Staninger to record and understand what is happening to her, and created the website www.MorgellonsExposed.com to share her knowledge with others.
In the beginning, they say you have "delusions of parasitosis," which means you think parasites are living in or on your body. DOP is a psychiatric term: "In 35% of patients, the belief of infestation is unshakable. In 12% of patients, the delusion of infestation is shared by a significant other." (eMedicine Web MD) Jan writes: "The lesions are self-generating and need no help in forming their fiber-laden silicon ooze." Two knee-replacement surgeries yielded a mass of fibers in each of her joints. Additionally, "When the first knee was replaced, the incision did not heal properly and grew lesions on the scar that were filled with fibers."
Jan has found that the fibers coming out of her body are red, blue and white, very similar to the colored fibers found in today's [paper] dollar bills. "If a person sees bizarre fibers and growths coming out of their body, they don’t throw them away. They say to themselves, 'Nobody would believe that this just came out of my body. I have to take this with me and show the doctor. He might know what this is.'” Unfortunately, she learned that most doctors don't even look at the fibers their patients bring in. It would only serve to encourage the delusional patient in his or her delusion, she explains. Armed with a microscope, she did her own examinations. Jan found that the colored fibers resist being burned by a regular flame, succumbing only to a higher-temperature torch flame and yielding what she calls a "payload" from their tips. Read her research on money and Morgellons fibers here.
Logical and Biological?
"In the beginning I was looking for something with a logical and biological explanation. I was not into any sort of conspiracy theories. I simply thought I would get a microscope and study what was on my body. I believed that with enough diligence, I would identify the disease I had from a known database of recognized diseases. I began a three-year study of all fungus, cyanobacteria, chytrids, rotifirs, algae and anything else I could learn about that might be a clue to this mystery.
"Fiber samples from my body were determined to be made of high-density polyethylene. The bizarre nature of my findings suggested a man-made source. It occurred to me that if these pathogens were being bio-engineered in a lab, they were made of multiple components and the mutated material might reproduce and intermittently send out a batch of identifiable debris much like the original "genetics." I call this type of debris "throwbacks."
"It is my theory that when new life forms or designer diseases are created in biolabs using the processes of gene splicing, mutation, bioengineering or nanotechnology, components of these mixtures can self-replicate with varied results. Dictyolstelium discoidium (a strange slime mold), insect genes and other pathogens will make new mutations in each generation of replication. Specimens from Morgellons can sometimes be identified with the original components used in this biological witches' brew before the mutation process. It is not unlike finding a child with flaming red hair in a family of people who do not have this characteristic."
Jan's findings turned up three varieties of the oomycota phylum of pseudo-fungus (which also issued the infamous phytophthora infestans that caused the Irish potato blight), earthworm mutations, and dictyostelium discoidium, a particularly effective amoebic precursor of mutating multicellular structures and a major player in biomedical research. (See photos at www.dictybase.org) Strands from Jan's body were ribbon-like and motile (moving), including starfish-shaped oomycota and grooved "coffee beans" which proved to be the phytophthora of the potato blight. (To the right is a blue-mold starfish amoeba compared to a specimen found by a Morgellons researcher: see "A Researcher's Story" page.)
Also, the strands were made of cellulose and glucans (polysaccharide sugars), nicknamed "sugar snakes" by one microscopy examiner. Jan learned that GNA is a variant of DNA, with the three-carbon-atom glycerol sugar substituted for the five-carbon-atom deoxyribose sugar found in DNA. In the three types of oomycota Jan found, all seem to contain a particular sugar known as "beta-1,3-glucan." The title of a publication by the NIH suggests something very significant: "Beta-1,3-Glucan Polysaccharides as Novel One-Dimensional Hosts for DNA/RNA, Conjugated Polymers and Nanoparticles."
Authored by environmental engineers from Japan, the article reads: "The beta-1,3-glucans can also interact with various one-dimensional architectures, such as single-walled carbon nanotubes, to produce unique nanocomposites ... Various conductive polymers and gold nanoparticles are also entrapped within the helical superstructure [of beta-1,3-glucans]." Take a look at the "gold payload" pictured above. It seems that the introduction of GNA into our biology might indeed be a way to "produce unique nanocomposites" within us. Here's another article to read, entitled "Chemical Cousin of DNA Provides New Nanotechnology Building Block."
Implied by all this is the strong possibility that bio-engineering materials in many forms are finding their way into the bodies of individuals (perhaps even whole populations), interacting and/or mutating with each person's own genetics. Whose idea is this and what is the agenda? Jan's personal research has yielded matches between what exudes from her pores and the forms being experimented with in today's biomed labs. (See comparisons on left -- click to enlarge.)
Bring this up to government agencies and you will most likely be completely ignored. Ask questions about what seems to be showing up in people's bodies, and you will get brushed off. Yet the science is out there -- you just have to know what terms to type into search engines! Who is doing what to create what? is a good question to be asked about where the highly specialized research in biomed and biotech companies goes. Oddly enough, medical professionals who do not work for government-funded labs but who become interested in Morgellons and begin to investigate often quickly drop off the scene. Are they threatened? No one knows.
Nanotechnology is the wave of the future. Transhumanism is one of its goals (see our "Population Control" page). Are we being "transhumanised" at this very moment? Transhumanism is the path to creating "post-humans" (see www.transalchemy.com). For more, read Jan's "Morgellons Throwbacks" research here.
Polysaccharide "sugarsnake" as seen through
"There are several things that have exited my body that I have been able to identify from my research of the nanotechnology industry," Jan reports. "The first nanotechnology element is an array containing crystals. The protrusions on the crusts of silicone are nano-pillars and nano-horns. Projection develops beneath skin in the silicone. Then self-assembling chemical components of nanotechnology develop within." Jan has found tiny elements with claws, horns and hooks in her body tissues, which elements are described as "nanotubes" in a 2000 paper authored by researchers Wang, Gao, Gole and Stout. The paper also describes "nanofiber arrays." It reads: "We have applied the techniques of high-temperature synthesis ... to generate virtually defect-free SiO2-sheathed crystalline silicon nanowires and silica (SiO2) nanospheres which can be agglomerated to wire-like configurations impregnated with crystalline silicon nanospheres. ... [T]his nanoagglomeration can be extended to produce SiO2 nanowire 'bundles' and 'brush-like' arrays."
Look at the pictures above. No matter how much the images look like reptiles, they are actual Morgellons fibers. The "hooks" are where the fibers bifurcate or separate to divide into two (as shown in Wang et al.'s diagram to the right). The "heads" that give birth to the hooks are agglomerations of particles that then create two strands. As has been observed by those who have observed these and other similar fibers under the microscope, the technology appears to be one of self-replication. Read Wang, et al.'s full paper here.
The Wang paper shows diagrams of the very nanofiber arrays that Jan has extracted from her skin. Here is an example of a nano-communications cluster (magnified at 60x):
This YouTube video features scientists who admit that nano-filaments are bundled in experimental subjects. Is Morgellons syndrome an instance of some of us expelling or "rejecting" these clusters or bundles of nanofibers?
On June 12, 2009 Jan wrote: "This is the fiber cluster I removed from my chin earlier today. I have included a photo of common Morton salt crystals from my shaker. When you think about how many fibers are in this bundle and that they could all fit on a grain of salt, it's pretty amazing." (Click images below to enlarge.)
Fibers bundled or cabled together
Morton's table salt (NaCl) crystals
Jan continues: "Typically the fibers come out of the skin in a ball. They are so fine that only a slight jarring causes immediate separation. The fibers separate rapidly and do not adhere to each other." She believes that intact bundles are not in Morgellons lesions.
The pictures below, in Jan's experience, are typical Morgellons fiber clusters found as they exit the body:
Jan writes: "These balls of fiber are in the lesions and are probably in the process of painlessly working their way out of the body. While in the bundled form, they are probably attached to nerves. It really hurt when I pulled the my specimen of bundled fibers out. I had no idea what it was until I looked at it under the scope. Short of digging at healthy skin, I believe the bundle was a rare find."
Hairbrush or comb, anyone?
Take a look at the stuff that's in your hairbrush, or even your comb. Inspect the bottom of the bristles or teeth. Slide a pin or needle up along the bristle and see if a cluster of silvery fibers collects. Look at this under a microscope. (Did you know that you can get a $30 microscope at a toy store and it will show you enough to convince you?)
It seems that even "healthy" people -- those who do not have overt Morgellons lesions -- pass fibers out of the pores in their bodies. All the more reason we should not be afraid ... just concerned. Jan once said Morgellons is "the biggest secret in the universe." Perhaps what she meant was that the fibers we harbor are part of a technology that is "the biggest secret in [our] universe."
To the right is what Jan finds in her hairbrush. Magnified, it turns out to be the same clusters of silvery material that comes out of her skin. (See image below.)
Something appears to be setting up within us that is not organic to us, and not part of what our bodies naturally produce. Interestingly, we do appear to have cellulose fibers showing up in us (thought also to be artificially introduced), and cellulose -- though organic and natural (think paper and certain kinds of vegetable fiber) -- is not something we can break down. Does the cellulose cover for the other stuff? So that it can be said that all of this is cellulose, natural -- don't worry about it?
To what end is this happening? Fibers that know what to do, that make use of ambient plastic (as has been suggested) to create more of themselves within us ... whose program is this -- that is clearly being carried out without our knowledge or consent?
Why are doctors and lab technicians not reporting the anomalous things they must be seeing coming out of our bodies? One individual in the dermatology field who is a lab technician and reads dozens of patients' charts each day did say that dermatologists are diagnosing conditions they do not know what to call except for "skin rash" and "folliculitis" (inflammation of the hair follicle). Upon learning about Morgellons, this technician said he was sure it was Morgellons syndrome the doctors were seeing and trying to diagnose. "It's showing up in new patients every day," he said. (Morgellons Hairbrush Test? Click here.)
Silica - silicon carbon dioxide SiO2 occurring in crystalline, amorphous, and impure forms (as in quartz, opal and sand, respectively)
Silicon - a tetravalent nonmetallic element that occurs combined as the most abundant element next to oxygen in the earth's crust and is used especially in alloys and electronic devices
Silicone - any of various polymeric organic silicon compounds obtained as oils, greases, or plastics and used especially for water-resistant and heat-resistant lubricants, varnishes, binders, and electric insulators
Presence of Plaques
Having had Morgellons for some time, Jan is now noticing flat microscopic particles coming out of her lesions. The particles are white on one side and multi-colored on the other. What are they? Brittle and breakable, they remind her of glass. "The plaques were not evident in early years of this disease. Now I find them frequently." Glass is made of silica (see definitions above.)
The plaques -- with their red, yellow and blue colored circles -- seem to be housing "quantum dots." Quantum dots, also known as "nanocrystals," are tiny semiconductors whose small size gives them "unprecedented tunability" (according to one web-science source). Some of the plaques emerging from Jan's body have fibers attached to them. The patterning of circles on the plaques resembles the nanotech industry's schematic used on quantum dots. (In biomedicine, the different colors of quantum dots are used to mark components of biological cells.) Many of the plaques are the same blue as the Morgellons filaments Jan has found. Whether the colored shapes in the pictures to the left (click to enlarge) are markers or machines themselves, they clearly don't originate from the human body.
The two fragments on the left below are both sides of a single particle. Some of the particles "are on a substrate of milky material that seems to dissipate over time," Jan writes. The fragments have changing properties, continuing to develop outside her body. The white color begins to turn clear, and the fragment becomes more glass-like. Is this a program that is running to change the particles? What is their function? Do the different colors signify different functions? (Photos shown are at 200x magnification.)
Metal fragments with rainbow hues also emerge from Jan's Morgellons lesions. Glittering elements with distinct crystalline forms (diamonds and hexagons) have also appeared from her body and the bodies of others, some of which were examined with Raman spectroscopy at State University of New York and were not made of any recognizable substance. Why is a university laboratory unable to identify these crystals? Once again, it seems that a highly advanced technology involving intelligent (programmed) microscopic materials is operating inside human bodies.
Read Jan's paper entitled "Morgellons Plaques: Metallics and Hexagons" here.
What does all of this suggest? One could theorize that people who have Morgellons syndrome are people whose bodies are ejecting/rejecting/expelling highly technological materials from their bodies, just the way your body eventually pushes out a splinter when it is too deep for you to dig out with tweezers. It is possible that in some of us the fibers are so copious that our body expels them. It is also possible that Morgellons subjects are the failed experiments -- namely, people whose bodies have not integrated or assimilated the nanotechnology that is being farmed out (presumably via aerosols) to all living things. Or it could be that Morgellons subjects show a particular reaction to the technology that others do not: that they are "targeted" for this purpose and suffer more. Is it their genetics? No one yet knows.
For an astonishing gallery of Morgellons images and specimens (all magnified), visit Jan's extensive photographic index at her website (click here).