Watch “Alien Fibers: Morgellons Disease – ABC’s Nightline.” on YouTube

This is something that is out of the box to believe and the claim is fibers are in some children and adults and they move under the microscope.   There is a debate going on in the medical research  area of the medical field.

One side of the argument is below from the medical field

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Classification and external resources
MeSH D055535

Morgellons (also called Morgellons disease or Morgellons syndrome) is a name given to a condition in 2002 by Mary Leitao[1] where sufferers have the delusional belief that they are infested with parasites, whereas in reality no such parasites are present. Sufferers may exhibit a range of cutaneous symptoms such as crawling, biting, and stinging sensations (formication); unusual fibers in the skin; and persistent skin lesions (e.g., rashes or sores). These symptoms have been consistently identified by a range of medical experts[2] including dermatologists,[3] entomologists,[4] and psychiatrists,[5] as consistent with delusional parasitosis.[6] Some cases of self-diagnosed Morgellons have been more accurately diagnosed as known skin disorders.[3]

The other side has real life fibers that are not known to the FBI data base when they are examined.  Interesting.

Despite the lack of evidence that Morgellons is a novel or distinct condition, the absence of any agreed set of diagnostic symptoms, and the existence of an existing medically accepted diagnosis in delusional parasitosis, Leitao’s “Morgellons Research Foundation” and self-diagnosed patients successfully lobbied members of Congress and the U.S. government’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to investigate the condition.[2][7] CDC researchers issued the results of their multi-year study in January 2012, indicating that there were no disease organisms present in Morgellons patients, the fibers found consisted mainly of cellulose, which the CDC concluded was from cotton fibers, and suggested that patients’ sensations were manifestations of “delusional infestation“.

Scientists are continually challenged by unidentified strains of bacteria with mysterious origins. Could some of our most crippling plagues and epidemics be traced to the darkest voids of space–or even extraterrestrial intervention? During the Black Death of the Middle Ages, people reported bronze flying ships emitting a strange mist. As recently as 2011, NASA scientist Richard Hoover published evidence of life in meteorites. Is it possible that ancient aliens–as small as microbes–have shaped human history?

The show discusses the confusion that scientists and biochemists are going through as they investigate the Morgellons disease. Scientists claim that Humans do not have fibers that are blue or green, yet when they study the Morgellons patients, they are finding synthetic fibers of blue and green, & they don’t know what to think of it.

Even the Center for Disease Control is baffled as to what causes Morgellons, where it came from, and why only a certain few of the Earth’s population are attacked by this horrific, painful and scarring disease.

Finally The Ancient Aliens Team concluded that “We know from history that comets carry deadly life forms and bacteria foreign to earth. Could it be that Morgellons disease is another extraterrestrial bacteria that has infected humans?”


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