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Are These Hexagonal Crystal-like Arifacts Part Morgellon's Etiology?

From Kandy A Griffin LPN

A number of people across the country are reporting instances of discovering tiny little "specks of glitter" coming from their skin. So far, all of the people reporting these tiny 'crystals' are also afflicted with what we have come to know as Morgellon's disease. Many Morgellons sufferers have donated specimens/samples to independent researchers who are currently working on the project.

These tiny, shiny specks that are being found within those suffering from Morgellon's, share many similarities from size range to shape, and often color. The shiny specs have been found ebedded in, or coming from human flesh infected with Morgellon's fibers, etc, as well as from airborne samples.

Current research on these hexagoal crystal-like artifacts include areas such as silica and cellulose, protein crystals created from within the human body, crystal biosensors, RFID chips, photonic crystals/eletromagnetic fields, scalar weapons, fiber optic nano-probes, silicon wafers, silicon photonic nanostructures, liquid crystalline and probably the most interesting so far, the piezoelectric crystals which are antibody specific and self-assemble layer by layer.

What is causing humans, for the first tme in history, to discover specks of a glittering substance, hexagonal in shape, in their skin?
Could it be part of this man-made Morgellon's atrocity which is enveloping the planet, even as you read this?
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