by Freeman Fly
Aug 10, 2015
20 years of research into Chemtrails have lead to unusual consequences; Morgellons, Mind Control, and Black Goo rise to the surface. Harald Kautz-Vella talks about electromagnetic and biological weapons, nano technology, DNA restructuring, Morgellons disease and a substance called Sentient Oil or “Black Goo” which mirrors the consciousness of humans and that of alien entities such as the Archons. He is a physicist, geologist and author living in Germany. Cara St. Louis is an American activist and author who has been traveling the world speaking about The Aerosol War since 2010. She shares a snapshot of the 20th Century as an all-out social engineering war against humanity with the goal of cultural revolution. Cara asks, can we remember who we are and take back the power; Our Imagination.
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by The HAARP Report
Nov 1, 2015
This is amazing video of Chemtrail “webs”, floating about 200 feet off the ground. I’ve never seen any thing like it. This is an exact repeat of my previous Chemtrail Web video, one week earlier, but this time, I’m looking at the the webs before they reach the ground.
My trees are covered with webs again, a week after the first video. These MUST be NEW fibers, since I had torrential rain, and strong winds, during the last week.
Just like a week ago, the temperature was 70 F, and the humidity was 20%, and winds were calm, while these webs were falling.
I think these filaments are the “undesired end product” of heavy chemtrail spraying over California, and Arizona, four or five days earlier.
I am willing to bet these inorganic compounds continue to polymerize, causing them to get too heavy, to stay suspended.
Please, if you know someone who can do atomic spectroscopy on these fibers, many people, including myself, will send samples.
How to make your own video, when you see strange webs falling from the sky: Shade the camera lens under an awning; set your focus to manual, about 300 feet out; zoom in about 10X in HD mode; look as close to the sun as possible (never look at the sun with the naked eye, or with binoculars!)
The local spiders should still be alive, since my area has not had a freeze yet. The coldest night, so far, was about 40 degrees F. Usually the spiders hang around, and even try to overwinter, but they are suddenly gone, after last weeks’ chemtrail webs.
I think the spiders eat the chem-webs, thinking it is spider silk protein (which they can recycle), but instead it is an inorganic , metallic, poison, which causes them to die quickly. There are some insects visible, at 4:20, and later. Larger insects can break the fibers, and survive, but small bugs get wrapped up, and die.
The EPA is committing a criminal act, by allowing this to continue.
This video, from Arizona, is total confirmation of the mystery webs, and fills in the gaps, on what they are, and where they are coming from: MUST WATCH!
Mysterious White “Fibers” Return To Arizona!
BTW, nice try, guys! My browser crashed each time I tried to do a new upload, but… you missed this one! (How can you live with yourselves, taking a paycheck, in exchange for the future of your own family, and all the plants and animals?)
Everyone must work together, to de-classify these programs! The alternative is continuing to LET an unkown boss call the shots, on who dies, and who lives, and for how long.
Now, is the moment to step up, as a species, and take responsibility for our planet, or we are all dead by 2035, or sooner.
via Brisbane Times
by Melissa Fyfe
Aug 1, 2015
Freakish fibres looming from the skin, a crawling sensation, itching … officially, Morgellons disease doesn’t exist, but thousands of people say it’s horribly real.
In the middle of an Adelaide day, the bedroom is dark, the curtains closed. Donna Staehr has removed her shirt and stands before me in a maroon singlet. Her skin is flecked with milky dots – scar tissue – and open pink sores. The 44-year-old former nurse assistant ties back her long black hair and picks up a digital microscope plugged into her computer. It looks like a tiny desk lamp and glows white in the dim light. As she puts the microscope to a lesion on her upper breast, it’s like a moment of truth. Will it reveal the strange things she says are inside her?
Staehr says she has Morgellons, a rare disease that mainstream medicine claims is a delusion. Its most famous sufferer, legendary singer Joni Mitchell, 71, described it in 2010 to The Los Angeles Times as a “weird, incurable disease that seems like it’s from outer space”. Mitchell, who collapsed from a brain aneurysm in March, said: “Fibres in a variety of colours protrude out of my skin like mushrooms after a rainstorm: they cannot be forensically identified as animal, vegetable or mineral.”
Fibres in a variety of colours protrude out of my skin like mushrooms after a rainstorm: they cannot be forensically identified as animal, vegetable or mineral.
Staehr moves the microscope from one sore to another, revealing the black, hair-like sticks, like tiny pieces of seaweed, underneath the skin’s surface. Some are white. I put the microscope on a small sore on my arm. No fibres. Perhaps it is from her clothing? “No,” says Staehr, putting the microscope on her shirt. “Clothing fibres look different.” And so it seems.
In 2001, American lab technician Mary Leitao was in her Pennsylvanian home rubbing cream into her toddler’s irritated skin when, she says, a fibre emerged from his skin. Her son, Drew, had been pointing to a sore near his lip and saying “Bugs”. Leitao found more fibres and went from doctor to doctor for help. She had no luck, until one suggested Drew’s problem was not bugs, not fibres, but his mother.
Undeterred, Leitao turned to the internet and blogged about her son’s symptoms. She named his illness from a 1656 letter by the English scholar and author Thomas Browne, in which he writes of a skin condition afflicting French children “called the morgellons, wherein they critically break out with harsh hairs on their backs”. By 2004, she’d set up the Morgellons Research Foundation. Its website united thousands of people all complaining about the same things: lesions, crawling sensations and weird fibres. By 2015, 14,720 families worldwide had registered with the foundation.
via Pheonix Rising
June 13th 2015
Kandy Griffin Vandawalker delivers an eye opening deep dive into the world of Nano technology and how it is being used to interface with the human organism to manipulate, control and attempt to transform our natural/organic nature.
Oct 13, 2015
Fluffy white clouds of toxic waste have invaded the streets of Bangalore. It looks like fresh snow, but it’s actually from the Bellandur Lake, which is horribly contaminated with chemical and sewage waste. When it rains, the lake rises and winds lift the foam into the sky and carry it to India’s technology capital.
The city used to be home to nearly a thousand lakes, but now only about 150 exist. Thanks to the pollution, Bangalore has earned a new nickname: the “land of a thousand sewage tanks.”
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by Miles Johnston
Jul 15, 2015
Harald Kautz-Vella presents his detailed lecture on the two types of Black Goo, Morgellons, and Artificial Intelligence at the Bases Woodborough conference held on June 20th.
via Morgellons Coverup
May 26, 2015
Morgellons Coverup is about helping people and exposing the cover-up of this crime against humanity.
by Hank P. Albarelli Jr., Zoe Martell
Over the past ten years, more than 100 000 people in the United States and in Europe have complained about a strange and devastating skin disease known as Morgellons. The medical community is divided between those who dismiss it as a psychological disorder and those who regard Morgellons as an emerging disease deserving further study. This issue would normally be confined to scientific medical journals if the Pentagon and federal “law-enforcement” agencies were not so actively engaged in hiding it from the public. In the first part of his investigation, Hank Albarelli reports on a controversy which leads straight to new weapons experiments of the most secret order.
Voltaire Network | 12 June 2010
Three weeks ago, we wrote about a “disease” known as Morgellons that very few people in the world know anything about. We placed the word disease above in quotation marks only because a large number of physicians refuse to recognize Morgellons as a medical affliction, with some even refusing to treat patients who suffer from it.
We have listened to a long litany of accounts about doctors who have literally laughed in the faces of Morgellons sufferers, male and female, young and old, with many attempting to make referrals to psychologists. Remarkably, other physicians have mounted web sites mocking and attacking people who report they have Morgellons and those who write about it. Some physicians have dubbed the disease Delusions of Parasitosis, meaning it’s all in the patient’s head. Additionally, there is a website entitled morgellonswatch.com “dedicated to examining the claims made regarding what is termed ‘Morgellons Disease’” and to preventing “sick people into thinking they may have a terrible disease.” Oddly, there are no formal individual or institutional sponsoring names identified on this site.
Despite this seemingly general stance from the “medical community” there are clear exceptions. Nearly every state across the US, and country in Europe, has at least several medical professionals who regard Morgellons as “a serious emerging infectious disease deserving study and research.” Dr. Ahmed Kilani, Laboratory Director of Clongen Laboratories, Germantown, Maryland, says, “I have personally listened to detailed descriptions of the symptoms of this disease and something has got to be done.”
At present, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia is conducting a study of Morgellons in partnership with Kaiser Permanente’s Northern California Division of Research. The study was formally announced and launched in January 2008. The stated objective of the study was “to learn about an unexplained skin condition known as Morgellons.” The study, said a CDC spokesperson, was expected to “Take up to 12 months or longer to complete.” Said the CDC’s Dr. Michele Pearson, the principle investigator on the study, “We earnestly want to learn more about this unexplained illness which impacts the lives of those who suffer from it. Those who suffer have questions, and we want to help them.”
Over two years past the CDC’s announcement it appears unknown as to when the study will be completed or be released. About a month ago there were unconfirmed reports that the study had been handed off entirely to the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology in Washington, D.C., an identified partner in the study as explained by the CDC in 2008.
[Potent News editor’s note: As of this date, the CDC study results have long been released and valid criticism of this study is found HERE.]
The initial symptoms of Morgellons involve patients experiencing the discomforting sensation of insects crawling on and biting or stinging their skin. This sensation results in skin lesions that can appear much like mild to severe cases of acne. The lesions can appear anywhere on a patient’s body and quite often contain fiber-like strands or fibrous material. The fibers are the most perplexing visible feature of Morgellons. Often when an attempt is made to remove or extract the fibers the material will resist and act to withdraw or move away from whatever instrument is being employed.
Skeptics have put forth various explanations for the presence of the fibers that plague sufferers of Morgellons disease. Some have suggested that the fibers are merely clothing fibers, and other common everyday material, that become attached to scabbed lesions accidentally; the sufferers, skeptics claim, are falsely convinced that the fibers are being produced by their bodies.
Other explanations are less kind; many ascribe to the idea that the lesions themselves are a product of “neurotic excoriation,” a psychological condition wherein the patient scratches the skin compulsively to the point of creating wounds, or even that they are created deliberately by the sufferer in an effort to convince others that he is suffering from a disease. The fibers, these skeptics explain, are then collected by the sufferer from non-bodily sources, as a means of providing “evidence” that the disease condition exists. The psychiatric community has long associated the collection of body specimens with delusional parasitosis and other psychiatric or fictitious conditions. In fact, the act of collecting these specimens is, itself, considered a psychiatric symptom, referred to as “the matchbox sign.” The name is a reference to the fact that fibers and other material are often presented in small containers such as matchboxes. As a result, the collected specimens are often disregarded completely by healthcare providers, and a psychiatric cause is assumed rather than a physical condition considered.
These arguments fall apart quickly, however, when the fibers — and the patients — are actually examined. Morgellons fibers, when examined closely, consistently appear as autoflourescent, meaning that they exhibit a glow under ultraviolet light. Certain marine organisms, such as particular types of jellyfish, also have autofluorescent properties. One fluorescent protein, known as “green flourescent protein,” has been studied extensively in recent years as a marker in the study of gene expression; it has been successfully introduced into many bacteria and fungi, as well as into fish, plant, insect, and even human cells. Fluorescent markers, in the form of genetic modifications or dyes, are also often used to track the presence of microbes in the environment. Oil consuming microbes, for example, are often marked with the use of a fluorescent stain for monitoring purposes.
A privately funded study conducted by Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, Industrial Toxicologist & Doctor of Integrative Medicine, revealed that the fibers are able to withstand temperatures of up to 1700 degrees Fahrenheit [= 927º C] before burning, and that they do not melt. Her results indicated that the fiber’s outer casing appears to consist of high-density polyethylene fiber, an industrial material commonly used in the production of fiber optic cables. Interestingly, this material is also used in the emerging field of bionanotechnology as a compound to encapsulate a viral protein envelope. Furthermore, Staninger reported finding blue fibers that exhibited a golden tip; she believes these to be a form of nano-machinery, able to be programmed to perform specific functions.
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