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This paper reiterates that there needs to be the clarification of the term 'Morgellons' to sway from originally being perceived as manifesting primarily an anomalous skin condition. Though there is a small portion of the population classified as...more


This paper discusses and presents applications of three independent methods established that appear to confirm the presence of developing modified erythrocytes (red blood cells) within cultured dental samples. These samples exhibit the...more

AEROSOLS & MORGELLONS: A Systems Perspective

This page shows a systems perspective flow chart with the tie-ins of the aerosol programs and the Morgellon's symptoms and pathogens. Included in the chart's flows are headers such as Airborne Environmental Factors (Particulate, Filament and...more


A time lapse video under the microscope has been developed and presented on this page which demonstrates the cultured growth pattern and behavior of a primary pathogenic form that is in direct association with the so-called "Morgellons" condition...more


A pathogenic form that appears to be directly associated with the so-called "Morgellon's condition” has now been successfully, repeatedly and positively cultured from numerous independent dental filament samples over a protracted period of time...more


Work has been conducted over the past one to two months that appears to be important and it may have significant impact on current research into pathogens being found in samples discussed in the most recent Carnicom papers.  It appears as though a...more

Instructions for Boosting Your Microscope’s Power to Examine Your Own Samples

Presented in this work are instructions for building an affordable yet fairly powerful microscope imager using a microscope and a typical webcam used with computers. This setup will allow anyone to get acceptable images of samples that have been...more


Two sets of photographs from separate photographers in North Carolina have been sent in to Clifford Carnicom and have been posted on his website. The photos in both cases show unusual ring-shaped or disc-like objects. The photos in one case are...more

Morgellons – 2nd Session – with Dr. Gwen Scott

ARCHIVE WEBCASTS:   “Morgellons” – 2nd Session by Clifford E Carnicom & Gwen Scott N.D. Recorded April 11, 2008 Download Version... Read more...more

Morgellons – Introductory Remarks with Dr. Gwen Scott

ARCHIVE WEBCASTS:   “Morgellons” – Introductory Remarks by Clifford E Carnicom & Gwen Scott N.D. Recorded March 21, 2008  ... Read more...more

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