Transforming the Human SpeciesMay 2, 2021
In a series of presentations and round-table conversations at Transparent Media Truth recently hosted by Doug McKenty, environmental scientist, computer scientist, and former government employee Clifford Carnicom revealed the core of his deep research over a period of twenty years into a variety of interlinked phenomena surrounding a highly concerning key finding: that of a strange new microbe isolated first from an airborne filament system in 1999 and found later to exist and affect tissue in lesions reported by Morgellons-sufferers as well as in people’s bodies and the environment.
Working closely with this seemingly partially-synthetic microbial organism, subjecting it to various tests and observations, extracting it from multiple environmentally-obtained samples as well as tissue samples from different people, culturing it, finding it transforming the blood and urine of numerous people, observing its effects, Clifford Carnicom concludes that this “cross-domain bacteria (CDB)” as he calls it is “causal to Morgellons,” now ubiquitous in our environment and found post-aerosol, now present inside all our bodies at the cellular level, now distinctly affecting plant life, fungal life, and human life, in short, transforming all life on planet Earth.
Deeply disturbed by his findings but driven by a passionate desire for the truth and a need to help those suffering from a yet-unacknowledged ailment–Morgellons, dismissed by clearly co-opted or complicit doctors as “delusional”–irony profound when physical manifestations in lesions, filament extrusions, tissue damage are clearly visible, Clifford reports that he has written 350 research papers as well as filled numerous notebooks with his observations and findings.
His remarkable body of work, open to the public and to professionals in the life sciences, physical sciences, law, and journalism who he hopes will step forward to take his findings further with keen interest in sequencing the CDB genome, examining its evolution, cataloguing its effects, and addressing its deleterious impact on human, animal, and plant life, can be found at his website: https://www.carnicominstitute.org