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Post by RANDY » Mon Jan 23, 2006 2:10 am

Alternative cellular energy pigments mistaken for
parasitic skin infestations
W. John Martin
Center for Complex Infectious Diseases, 3328 Stevens Avenue, Rosemead, CA 91770 USA
Received 5 January 2005
Dermatologists and psychiatrists occasionally encounter patients who believe they are infested with skin parasites. They may report seeing
threads, fibers and more solid appearing particles attached to their skin and hair, or appearing on clean bed sheets after sleeping. Some of the
particles move spontaneously suggesting a life form. Similar structures develop in long-term cultures of stealth-adapted viruses. They are
termed alternative cellular energy pigments (ACE pigments) since they appear to provide a non-mitochondria source of cellular energy that
can assist in cellular repair from the virus cytopathic effect (CPE). Particles obtained from the skin of stealth virus culture-positive patients
can also display auto-fluorescence and electrostatic properties. Some of the particles are magnetic and can generate gas in an aqueous
solution. They also lead to the production of lipid-like crystals similar to those produced in long-term cultures of stealth-adapted viruses. It is
proposed that skin-derived particles that form in some of the patients assumed to be experiencing a delusional parasitosis are, in reality, a
reflection of the body’s production of ACE pigments.
D 2005 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
Keywords: Alternative cellular energy pigments; ACE-pigments; Delusional parasitosis; Stealth-adapted viruses
Over the last several years, I have encountered several
patients who have described unusual solid and thread-like
particles arising from their skin and which occasionally
appeared to move spontaneously, as if alive. The patients
were concerned that they may be infected with some form of
skin parasite. Other patients have noted unusual particles in
their bed sheets, and in bath water that has been undisturbed
for several hours following bathing. One patient who slept on
a magnetic mattress noted that some of the particles were
attaching to the mattress as if they were magnetic. Several of
these patients were also being seen by psychiatrists and were
given a clinical diagnosis of delusional parasitosis (Bhatia et
al. 2000; Goddard, 1995; Zomer et al., 1998).
The particles collected by these patients were morphologically
similar to structures that form in long-term
cultures of a grouping of viruses that cause persistent
infections in humans and animals (Martin, 2003a). These
viruses have been termed stealth-adapted because they lack
the relatively few virus components that are normally
targeted by an anti-virus cellular immune response (Martin,
1994, 1999; Martin et al., 1994). The viruses do not
propagate well in tissue cultures because of a cellular repair
process that coincides with the formation of pigmented
materials that can take various forms including solid
conglomerates of minute particles, long threads and shorter
ribbon-like structures. Most of the solid structures are black,
whereas the ribbons and threads can show a wide diversity
of colors including blue, yellow, green, brown, red or are
translucent. While their compositions are still unknown,
they do contain various types of minerals that vary
considerably between different particles even when collected
from a single culture (Martin, 2003a). Individual
threads and ribbons can occasionally be seen forming
instantaneously as if by a very rapid self-assembly process.
Fibrous threads have also been observed emerging from
0014-4800/$ - see front matter D 2005 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
E-mail address: [email protected].
Experimental and Molecular Pathology xx (2005) xxx – xxx
YEXMP-02648; No. of pages: 3; 4C:
more solid particles present in long-term virus cultures
(Martin, 2003a).
The particles are typically auto-fluorescent with both red
and green emissions evoked by ultraviolet light. Isolated
particles can exhibit electrostatic attractions and repulsions
and can also occasionally display ferromagnetism. They can
vibrate in response to certain sound frequencies and can also
donate electrons to tetrazolium salts. The replacement of
virus culture supernatants containing these structures with
fresh medium leads to a rapid reactivation of the virus CPE,
whereas inclusion of particles in the fresh re-feeding virus
culture medium suppresses the reactivation (Martin, 2003a).
Cultures of cells infected with stealth-adapted viruses
commonly contain numerous needle-shaped crystals of
apparent lipid composition (Martin, 2003a). Needle production
continues even in the absence of viable cells and is
attributed to a synthetic process presumably related to the
presence of ACE pigments. It appears that ACE-pigments
may be providing an energy source for simple hydrocarbon
synthesis that is somewhat comparable to the role of
chlorophyll in carbohydrate synthesis.
Complex intracellular structures have also been observed
within cells seen on brain biopsies of stealth-adapted virus
infected individuals (Martin, 2003b). Many of the cells
show very extensive disruption of their mitochondria, the
major normal source of cellular energy. This observation
provides further support for the role of these structures as an
alternative (non-mitochondria) source of cellular energy.
Fig. 1. Magnetic rotation of a skin-derived particle suspended in distilled
water. The particle was viewed with an inverted microscope using a 10
objective. The small hand held magnet of 80 gauss was moved to within 3 –
5 in. of the water droplet containing the particle. The particle showed
magnetic polarization with the top and the base showing opposing attraction
or repulsion depending upon which pole of the magnet was pointing
towards the particle. The particle was rotated by simply moving the magnet.
Fig. 2. Formation of a gas bubble between two magnetically attached
particles. The particle shown in Fig. 1, magnetically attached itself to
another magnetic particle from the same patient. A gas bubble began to
appear that slowly increased in size over the period of approximately 1 h.
Gas formation by solitary particles has also been observed.
Fig. 3. Formation of numerous needle shaped crystals around a patientderived
particle placed on an agar plate. The needles formed over several
days and are similar to those seen in cultures of stealth-adapted viruses
(Martin, 2003a).
W. John Martin / Experimental and Molecular Pathology xx (2005) xxx –xxx 2
A series of studies have been performed on pigmented
materials collected from both dried perspiration and skin
lesions of patients shown by cultures to be infected with
stealth-adapted viruses. These studies have confirmed the
overall similarities of these particles with those obtained
from long-term cultures of stealth-adapted viruses. Specifically,
the patient-derived particles are auto-fluorescent,
electrostatic, occasionally magnetic, and have electron
donating and electron accepting capacities. Readily visible
particles are conglomerates of microscopic elements,
yielding a very fine speckled pattern on fluorescent
microscopy. The ferromagnetism of some of the particles
can be easily demonstrated by their rotation in a liquid
medium using a hand-held magnet (Fig. 1). Gas bubble
formation has also been observed even in distilled water
with patient’s skin-derived particles (Fig. 2). Even more
striking has been the formation of needle shaped structures
similar to those seen in long-term cultures of stealthadapted
viruses (Fig. 3). Colorful auto-fluorescent fibers
and thread-like structures can commonly be seen emerging
from the more solid particles. Fibers and threads embedded
in skin flakes from several patients can be viewed on
internet at and related patients’
directed sites.
Several patients have felt a sense of itchiness in their skin
that they have attributed to these particles. Some have been
told they have delusional parasitosis (Bhatia et al. 2000;
Goddard, 1995; Zomer et al., 1998). Other patients have
been told they have head lice because of particles attached
to their scalp hair. They can be readily observed on patients
using an ultraviolet light and their fluorescence visualization
can be further enhanced using dyes such as neutral red
(Martin and Stoneburner, 2005). Several conscientious
patients have photographed and even video recorded some
of the skin-derived structures. Video recordings can reveal
both rapid jerky displacements of the particles as well as
slow coiling and uncoiling of colored fibers. Fibers and
threads have also been observed emerging from the more
solid particles and intertwining into arrays suggestive of
functional electronic devices. As shown in this paper, some
particles can induce gas formation from water and can also
lead to the synthesis of fine needle-shaped crystals. These
observations are consistent with the suggestion that ACE
pigments reflect a pre-chlorophyll form of physical to
chemical energy transduction. They may help explain the
paradox that if chlorophyll were to be the only mechanism
of converting physical to biological energy, then where did
Nature get the energy to produce chlorophyll?
The forces acting on ACE pigments may well extend
beyond conventional static electricity and electromagnetism.
Mineral analyses of particles attached to a single hair shaft
have shown distinctly different compositions, possibly
implying that some type of mineral specific affinity force
is operative in the self-assembly process. The particles may
also emit novel forms of chemical and cellular energies for
which detection methods have yet to be developed. ACE
pigment particles should be of interest to those engaged in
the emerging science of nanotechnology.
Ultraviolet light exposure of patients’ hair and skin can
provide a useful screening test for the presence of ACE
pigments. Such demonstrations can also help reassure the
patient that he or she is not delusional, but rather has
uncovered a process that may have originally reflected the
body’s attempt to acquire an additional source of cellular
Bhatia, M.S., Jagawat, T., Choudhary, S., 2000. Delusional parasitosis: a
clinical profile. Int. J. Psychiatry Med., 30, 83–91.
Goddard, J., 1995. Analysis of 11 cases of delusions of parasitosis reported
to the Mississippi Department of Health. South Med. J., 88, 837–839.
Martin, W.J., 1994. Stealth viruses as neuropathogens. CAP Today, 8,
67– 70.
Martin, W.J., 1999. Stealth adaptation of an African green monkey simian
cytomegalovirus. Exp. Mol. Pathol., 66, 3– 7.
Martin, W.J., 2003. Stealth virus culture pigments: a potential source of
cellular energy. Exp. Mol. Pathol., 74, 210–223.
Martin, W.J., 2003. Complex intracellular inclusions in the brain of a child
with a stealth virus encephalopathy. Exp. Mol. Pathol., 74, 179–209.
Martin, W.J., Stoneburner, J., 2005. Symptomatic relief of herpetic skin
lesions utilizing an energy based approach to healing. Exp. Mol.
Pathol., 78, 131– 134.
Martin, W.J., Zeng, L.C., Ahmed, K., Roy, M., 1994. Cytomegalovirusrelated
sequence in an atypical cytopathic virus repeatedly isolated
from a patient with chronic fatigue syndrome. Am. J. Pathol., 145,
440– 451.
Zomer, S.F., De Wit, R.F., Van Bronswijk, J.E., Nabarro, G., Van Vloten,
W.A., 1998. Delusions of parasitosis. A psychiatric disorder to be
treated by dermatologists? an analysis of 33 patients. Br. J. Dermatol.,
138, 1030– 1032.
W. John Martin / Experimental and Molecular Pathology xx (2005) xxx –xxx 3
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Post by RANDY » Mon Jan 23, 2006 4:14 am

Thanks. I doctor buddy of mine helping me research this sent the Dr Martin thing over today. I thought it was interesting enough to post.
Had no idea of the connection to Tam or the video.

What parts do you feel need work with Martin's theory? typed out for today.

Night all!


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Post by London » Mon Jan 23, 2006 5:13 am

Well, I've been over at the "other forum" and missed all the action here. I now have to go back and read Randy's post. I just wanted to drop in
and ask you guys when someone new starts posting here- and that it's their first time to the forum well , do you not find it funny that after you welcome them then the very next post they come back with a helluva lot of information???

I say this for those that are so quick to think that everyone is innocent.

There;s gotta be at least 50% Fakos out here just trying to get info on us> the victims.

Yet, (READ MY LIPS) I still welcome them!

Also, On another forum under a strand where we were guessing what it would be that would maybe either get us well or aide in getting us well, I said I would guess it would have to be some big-monster of a machine
that has infra-red and what-have-you's in it. ( of couse, that was immediately shot down -I won't use any names here) but check this out:

"Mass spectrometry" ... index.html


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Post by London » Mon Jan 23, 2006 5:35 am


PLEASE dear God, Do not take this the wrong way....... but
I just finished reading every word of your first thread at the top of this page..the one where you say" Randy said/ TamTam said " and I just do not get it. Your post before that were not scrambled! Also, we had too-
LONG AGO looked all that up as well. I do not know if there was some new meaning you were wanting us to pick up on. If so, please share it.

I have not read your other post yet.

But as far as your post about alloys and metals, well I learned a great deal! Thanks!

Again, don't take my questions the wrong way. I just wanted you to know some things that we have already done and to ask you if there is
something else in it that I'm possibly missing.

I just read the first of Dr. Marins theory and 1/2 of the second one.....I had copied those off the internet a long time ago, but not from 3! Just was googling things and came upon them. Anyway, I gave a copy to my Doctor but when I got back home, I noticed that two of the papers by Dr. Martin were written the same day!! Jan. 5th or 15th, anyway, I thought that too strange so I never gave it another thought. then I heard someone say he had gotten in trouble. That was the end of that. So, I'm wondering now about the se other papers he has out there. like I said, I'm going to go back and finish reading them, I just wanted to bring this to your attention.

Also : what's the deal with Schwartz? I saw the titiles to some threads on l.busters that said they hoped he was okay, or something but I never clicked onto any of them. What's the scoop on these two men Randy? Or anybody.....?

now that's a good one>> this here: ... escription

Oohhh, meant to tell you also Randy: Re: Dr. Martins papers: The title to one of them was changed a couple of months ago. I thought this too strange!

Where did that last report you copied from Dr.Martin titled? DISCUSSION come from? I saw all the references at the bottom but no hyperlink and I was just wondering where you got that one from? Did it come from that book: Experimental and Molecular Pathology as well?

As far as strain goes.....Randy check this one out; it is the one that I think is somehow very important.:

Tetrabaena socialis> it's the cyanobacteria that I think is the strain to pick. I read where there is over 100 different ones! But this is the one that just has stuck with me.

Thank you,


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Post by London » Mon Jan 23, 2006 7:45 am

A week or so ago, i made a discovery and posted it on lymebusters as something that I think may be related to our disease. That certain thing I was talking about was:

Pemphigus vulgaris. I even put some pictures with it.
If you missed it hear is a little about it: ... 0Foliaceus

Well, tonight on lymebusters someone ELSE I guess used that info
to find another article on it. I think it's a great article and was wondering what you guys thought of it. Here: ... .php?ID=42



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Post by Linn » Mon Jan 23, 2006 2:53 pm

Hello everyone

Biomimesis: to mimic life, to imitate biological systems)

any comments

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Post by Linn » Mon Jan 23, 2006 4:09 pm

I was trying to figure out what TamTam meant when he/she wrote:

"Insect Cuticle as a Motif for Biomimetic Materials
Insect cuticle's superb mechanical characteristics, as determined by a ...
Native insect cuticle was studied at several different stages throughout its ... - 10k - Cached - Similar pages"

I am very interested in robotics
we would be surprised at what they must be doing (the Gov)
they have made "bugs" that can spy
how about something microscopic?
makes me think of the bionic man
except its bionic bugs lol
this is a bio engineered mimic made with insect cuticle/
I dont know
it sounds far fetched to me
perhaps we are getting carried away?
It is more likely (morgellons AKA fiber disease) a new mutated bacteria or virus that is carried by something in nature ie mosquito, tick, mites. nematode etc, and transmitted to us and perhaps then transmitted to mites which live on humans check out the link I provided in a post I put out.
Perhaps something biometric experimt that went wrong did get out.
if so it may have started in Texas and or California. There are a lot of strange things going on in Texas.
I can explain later if anyone is interested.
Here is info on this mite: ... modex.html
hang in there London
lets stick together so we can be unified
Very soon there will be news broadcasts about this

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Post by Linn » Mon Jan 23, 2006 4:14 pm

And thanx to all
I initialy posted here because I felt alone with this disease
just knowing I am not alone is comforting
yes emotions are involved here when it is you that is infected.
that is why we need objective research from scientists not infected but yet believe that we are not delusional
"How far you go in life depends on your being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving and tolerant of the weak and strong. Because someday in life you will have been all of these".

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Post by Barz » Mon Jan 23, 2006 4:28 pm

Tam: in regards to 1978:

" In 1978 insulin became the first human protein to be manufactured through biotechnology."

The team inserted the gene for human insulin into bacterial DNA, and used the bacteria as miniature factories to make the A and B chains of the protein seperately. In a second step, a chemical process combined them. The result was human insulin, without the problems animal insulin sometimes causes. Humulin, as the commericial product was called (and I used) revolutionized diabetes treatement when it became widely available in the early 1980s.

IS there ANY relation? Step step step?

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Post by Skytroll » Mon Jan 23, 2006 4:37 pm


That ....step ....step.....step......part of the process.....

Protein.......I read where diabetis is caused by a virus, bacteria. Therein how many by taking the diabetis med from 1978
only perpetuated diabetis. Like a death sentence.

If as some studies say, diabetis is caused from virus, bacteria etc. Do you think those medical people out there who claim cancer is caused by virus or bacteria are correct.

I think this disease we have will show that virus, bacteria are causes of all symptoms of disease, which takes me back to the suppressed information from Bechamp.


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Post by Skytroll » Mon Jan 23, 2006 4:40 pm

Oh, sorry Barz,

I see was addressed to Tam. I will not step on his/her toes.


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Post by Cilla » Mon Jan 23, 2006 6:42 pm

Hi all,

Healthcare (or medical) law has evolved to form a distinct corpus of common law and legislation, within the overall legal framework of a given jurisdiction.

The question of whether a person should seek to litigate or not depends on many factors, not least a rational assessment of the facts that points to the likelihood of winning a case at court.

The grounds of possible legal action have to be examined in the light of the applicable healthcare law. Three separate criteria have to be proved, to the necessary legal standard, for an action in the tort or delict of negligence to be applicable.

Of these three criteria, the thorny issue of causation is where most actions in negligence fail.

Consider the relevant common law. The courts and your attorneys certainly would, as case law is largely decided by precedent.

Case no 1. Three night watchmen drink tea that has been contaminated with arsenic. One becomes violently ill, so his friends take him to Accident and Emergency. The nurse on duty phones the dr. on call. He refuses to get out of bed to come and see the patient. The patient dies. In the subsequent court case, was the dr. found guilty of legal negligence? No. Why?

Case no 2. A young child with meningitis was accidently given an intrathecal overdose of penicillin, and subsequently developed deafness. Was the dr who administered the drug found guilty of legal negligence in the court? No. Why?

I do not see how there are any clear grounds for litigation when it is not even remotely clear who failed in any possible duty of care, and that is before we even consider the causation issue, as outlined supra.

You must consider all of these facts very carefully, as there is no point in raising anything approaching false hopes. The best thing is to obtain the best treatment that you can from a medical doctor.


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