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Mystery Micro Objects #3 – UFO; Morgellons; Microchip ?

Unbelievable lever/spring action is seen in this video of an unidentified microscopic object.
These strange microscopic objects were found in skin lesions of a person who suffers from both Lyme Disease and Morgellons. She also lives directly under a flight path of a major airport and near a 2001 hazmat event involving a (glycol) spill that required bioremediation.

I will be posting a few additional videos showing the objects glow (mirrors?) when in contact with metal; have moving components (possibly nano) and eject a translucent hexagon from a crystal like cup. Please note the duel/split antennas and the fork tongue serpent on the back sides. Any info on this object is appreciated. If privacy is an issue email: chaosonline7@gmail.com (less)

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  1. lucywarner says:

    You should take it …
    You should take it to a lab and get it analyze. Get some facts. Then go from now.

  2. 3190423 says:

    # Silicon maple …
    # Silicon maple seeds

    * Using a honeycombed layer of silicon only 0.1 mm thick we have made a 3×10 mm winglet. With a cubic millimeter of silicon attached, these wings auto-rotate as they fall, just like a maple seed. The next generation will have solar cells built right in.

  3. prevenge says:

    do some research

    do some research
    google “smart dust” and click IMAGES.
    this stuff comes OUT of our SKIN and it HURTS when it comes out.
    laugh all you want .

  4. JordanProtocell says:

    Yes, I think I will …
    Yes, I think I will have to agree with silver5a. Moregellon’s or not, this is not a human secretion. The “spring” we see is probably a hair (stuck with sweat). I will watch the last one too but I don’t think mica is unreasonable at all. Perhaps if you tried pulling it with tweezers instead of poking it with a needle it would be easier to tell what it was? Here, we have to assume it is not directly attached to skin.

  5. revolutionpm says:

    I think it is a …
    I think it is a pair of scissors or tweezers that keeps moving the crystal.

  6. silver5a says:

    You’re such an …
    You’re such an amateur. Looks like MICA look it up. If you’re realy worried take to a geolgist who has better tools. Sheesh

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