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Published: 5 years ago
 

lesion creates "superhair" growth.


..hey..here's a new wrinkle. Instead of
the usual routine of sprouting "morg fibers"..
lets kick the "real hair" follicles into growing
realllly large hairs...at a site where large hairs..
just don't grow.


https://www.curezone.org/upload/_M_Forums/Morgellons/FHW/hair_and_scalp/jumbohair10mar13.jpg



https://www.curezone.org/upload/_M_Forums/Morgellons/FHW/hair_and_scalp/bigroot10mar13.jpg


https://www.curezone.org/upload/_M_Forums/Morgellons/FHW/hair_and_scalp/jumbo_hair_screen.jpg

^^ note the change of hair width. In the "scales" shot..
the width as measured on my display is appx 40 mm .
In the previous "root" picture, the width is closer to
30 mm wide. The microscope/camera set up is exactly the
same. At the present time 400x is full throttle.. I can't
go any higher until I get some repairwork done.
The "hair" diameter constantly changes as one proceeds up
and down the shaft. The "variable diameter" is an
observed characteristic of morg fibers...yet..the "normal
hair scales" are plainly visible. What we have here..
I suspect..is a hybridized hair..part "hair"..part "morg fiber".

...could be an example of the morg pathogen hijacking the
DNA blueprint stashed in the stem cells of the hair follicle
and making a few..umm.."edits".

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