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Pathogenic Agrobacterium

February 10, 2012 By: kajay Category: F-Zymes, Research

Although generally seen as an infection in plants, Agrobacterium can infect humans. One study suggested that Agrobacterium attaches to and genetically transforms several types of human cells by integrating its T-DNA into the human cell genome. The study (1) was conducted using cultured human tissue and did not draw any conclusions regarding related biological activity in nature. The idea that a fungal parasite could cause disease in humans is not new.

In 1890, Scottish pathologist William Russell told the Pathological Society of London that he had identified a fungal parasite inside and out of cancer samples. In 1901, pathologist Harvey Gaylord confirmed Russell’s research, writing that the parasite was present in every cancer sample he examined. In his book The Cancer Microbe, Dr. Alan Cantwell asserts the same thing, and in his online article The Russell Factor, includes this photograph of the microbe, known as a “Russell body.”

Illogically, Morgellons sufferers have been told that the disease cannot be caused by parasites. Illogical because we know that many diseases are caused by microbes, that is, microscopic life forms, aka germs. Pathogens are those that get into our bodies and harm them.

An Agrobacterium is a pathogen that spans the animal and vegetable kingdoms. That is, it is both plant and animal. In 2007, Dr. Raphael Stricker from New Morgellons Order, along with Dr. Vitaly Citovsky, an expert on plant pathogens at SUNY, Stony Brook, reported in 2007 that Morgellons skin fibers appear to contain cellulose, a plant fiber. Five skin samples of Morgellons patients contained evidence of DNA from Agrobacterium.

The study was repeated by Dr. Randy Wymore at Oklahoma State University with the opposite result.

I have used various enzymes in my fight against the disease of Morgellons. Enzymes are solvents. They dissolve things. For example, a protease dissolves protein (pro- for protein, -ase for enzyme). Chitinase dissolves chitin (the material seashells are made of). Our bodies contain many enzymes for many purposes.

Many Morgellons sufferers conducting independent studies at various levels of scientific expertise determined that a protease alone was not enough to destroy the organism. Several of us reached, again independently, the conclusion that it might be part chitin, and began experimenting with that. I had remarkable results with an organic chitinase, but I still had Morgellons. I was stuck.

In March 2011 I got a call from a fellow sufferer with good news. Another sufferer, whose research had gone much farther than I took mine, determined conclusively that Morgellons spanned the animal and plant kingdoms, that, in other words, it is an Agrobacterium. He determined to find something to destroy the organism safely. 

The Wiki article that inspired this post (2) goes on to say that Agrobacterium “appear to be capable of supporting both symbiotic and pathogenic lifestyles.”

  1. Agrobacterium can infect humans.
  2. They can have a pathogenic nature.

Luckily for us, the sufferer who made the Agrobacterium linkage has found enzymes to fight these dual-natured pathogens, and he is selling them as powders to be mixed with water and calling the original one F-5 (Forward) and a stronger one F-6 (Restore). Before going into production, he first tested his formulas on himself and his family. They are all now Morgellons free.

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(1) Kunik T, Tzfira T, Kapulnik Y, Gafni Y, Dingwall C, Citovsky V (February 2001). “Genetic transformation of HeLa cells by Agrobacterium”. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 98 (4): 1871–6

(2) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agrobacterium

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6 Comments to “Pathogenic Agrobacterium”


  1. I did buy the newest DVD from the Morgellons conference in April. I will be watching the conference DVD this week-end and report here anything new from that conference. Dr. Randy Wymore, as was mention in the post about Pathogenic Agrobacterium, did not find agrobacterium in his studies and I wonder why that is. I just cannot imagine why not at this point. Perhaps because the agrobacterium has a mind of its own and only grows in certain conditions and on certain people?

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  2. My husband and I watched the 2 DVD set from the Morgellons conference in April, 2011 last week-end. The information was really quite good and the speakers were really good as well. Randy Wymore conceded that what is causing Morgellons could be anything at this point and he did not eliminate the possibility that it could be caused by pathogenic agrobacterium, although his initial cultures did not find any of this None of the speakers used the term agrobacterium in their speeches. Dr. Wymore’s research assistant spoke too and what she spoke about was too technical for my interests or background. Ginger Savely’s talk was very informative and she talked about so many interesting people she has treated. She mentioned that people who work in the orange agricultural industry are getting Morgellons. She did not go into detail regarding if they were agricultural workers with oranges or what their work capacities were. I did not take notes, but it would have been helpful. All the information to me points to something like pathogenic agrobacterium for sure, but hey, I’m not a scientist or scientifically trained person. I feel we must all continue to keep our minds open.

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  3. Catherine Starr says:

    I BELIEVE THE AGROBACTERIUM IS THE BEST ANSWER WE’VE GOTTEN TO THIS QUESTION THUS FAR. I ALWAYS KEEP MY MIND OPEN, ESPECIALLY NOW SEEING WHAT THESE LITTLE THINGS ARE CAPABLE OF. I BELIEVE PEOPLE WON’T ACCEPT THEIR EXISTENCE, BECAUSE WHAT IS ALREADY KNOWN IN SCIENCE & PHYSICS; WOULD CONTRADICT JUST BY THE MERE EXISTENCE OF THESE “MORGELLONS” “AGROBACTER” OR “WORMWOOD”.

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    • mindymac says:

      Catherine, agrobacterium is what is behind almost ALL the genetically modified (GM) plant crops. Believe me, if it turns out that agrobacteria are behind/under Morgellons, suddenly thousands of supposedly delusional sufferers will not be considered delusional any more – it is what people have been protesting along with its primary company, Monsanto, for a decade or more. It works by transfering its DNA and some other components into other cells – doesn’t matter what, although until recently “they” thought it only transferred to other plants. It has been documented in humans, particularly in hospitals in people with plastic shunts implanted. It’s in the soil everywhere, worldwide, it makes cellulose freely, and I’m surprised that all the agricultural workers don’t have Morgellons already!

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  4. Although i am brand new to morgellons and i don’t begin to understand it…This makes sense. My problems began with birdmites…. birdmites are on birds…birds are in the soil and around plant life

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  5. Just wondering if uvc rays can destroy the black specs—-either by whole house air conditioner uvc or in the smaller units one can purchase.

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