I found one interesting snip in the wikipedia entry for Morgellons that could possibly begin to support such a theory:Woodsman said:I wonder. . . Could it be a 4th Density pathogen?
I can see DNA in our own cells expressing as fibers or even small life-forms rather than just random cancers when cells go wrong. And if they are 4th Density in nature, then gestation times could perhaps become distorted..?
Perhaps it is unimportant to the larger scope of issues, but I would certainly like to know more about this subject. I'd be interested to know if Morgellons really does include the appearance of insects and worms and such as well as rashes and 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 masses of dark fibers visible at 60x magnification under the unbroken skin, while unaffected individuals do not. Wymore sent samples of fibers supplied by Morgellons patients 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."