At this point, there are three more samples added to the research of Morgellon's that are showing the same basic apparent pathogenic forms as those previously observed. Added to this list of samples researched are: 1) the 5th match of this observation match set showing that an individual not outwardly manifesting Morgellon's symptoms can demonstrate the internal Morgellon's symptoms of blood disturbance and Chlamydia-like form - this individual, in images of a gum-dental infectious sample shows a 'hybrid' form not seen before...that is, both oblate and fibrous forms appear in the same sample; 2) the 6th sample shows a unique characteristic not seen yet - that is, that the filament, as opposed to encasing a sub-micron fibrous network, instead encases the Chlamydia-like organisms, demonstrating that a real possibility is taking place where there is morphing between all three reported forms in individuals. This subject's samples support the possibility that an individual not outwardly manifesting Morgellon's symptoms can demonstrate the Morgellon's symptoms of anomalous fibrous form; and 3) the 7th sampled individual's saliva sample has a highly abnormal mucous that this individual notices reacts to ultraviolet radiation. This sample shows that detected Chlamydia-like structures, filamentous and hybrid forms are being detected across major systems of the human body, including circulatory, digestive and skin.
An individual with Morgellon’s symptoms has recently expelled a massive volume of fibrous material from the gums of the mouth. The fibers, upon very high magnification, reveal themselves to be identical in size, structure and form to the skin fibers that are documented in detail in earlier papers mentioned below. This now brings to four the number of samples from entirely different mediums and environments that are showing similar to identical morphology. High magnification microscope images are included in this work showing identical sub-micron filaments within a major filament structures and spherical entities within the filaments seen in previous works mentioned above.
After suffering from a severe toothache, fibrous material was found under the gum line between two teeth. After repeated attempts at locating the origin of the pain, a dental assistant used a dental needle and revealed a source of pain between these two teeth. Eventually two small but visible fibers were removed from this area of pain. Some time and effort were expended under the microscope to analyze those fibers. Ultimately, the benefit of doubt was given to assume it was most likely of a natural origin or from the use of a toothbrush. At a later date, a visible mass eventually appeared at the base of the two teeth mentioned. The size and solid form of the material did appear to be unusual at that point, and it was subsequently collected for observation and analysis. The mass is approximately 1.5mm in diameter, and appears to be of biological origin due to the reddish color. The most striking characteristic of the material is that it appears to be composed primarily of filaments. Most of these fibers are of a transparent nature, and are difficult to photograph adequately under low power. The fibers that can be seen appear to number on the order of thousands to scores of thousands. It remains unclear at this point whether this mass of filamentous material is of biological or synthetic origin.