Scientific truths ignored or censored by the media and social networks

You have probably seen the many videos on social media that show how metallic objects are attracted and stick to the skin at the locations of mRNA vaccines.

Despite the denials of vaccine manufacturers and fake news hunters, I think these phenomena are real, because there are too many testimonials (hundreds), accompanied by numerous videos, in many different countries for this to result of a deliberate “conspiracy”.

And there is also this field survey carried out recently in Luxembourg by the European Forum on Vaccine Vigilance (here) which concludes “It was found that vaccinated individuals do give off an electromagnetic field and that the earlier the individuals were vaccinated, the stronger the field they gave off. “…

What can that mean?

Intrigued I did my little personal investigation, and I came to the following conclusions:

  1. if there is magnetism, there are metal particles injected with the vaccines
  2. in order to pass through the needle of the syringe, these metal particles must be very small, and are likely “ferrofluids”, ie a colloidal suspension of metal nanoparticles.
  3. to obtain such stable suspensions, the nanoparticles are generally dispersed in PEG (polyethylene glycol), and there is precisely PEG in the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, used as a vector for the lipid nanoparticles containing the strands RNA
  4. it is therefore likely that these metal nanoparticles were added to the lipid particles in the PEG of the vaccines

But for what purpose?

This is where it gets interesting … Ferrofluids are considered to have many therapeutic applications. Their magnetic character allows – once injected – to attract and concentrate them (with a large external magnet) in a particular area of ​​the body, for example where cancer cells have been identified, and thus carry locally the chemical treatments. We can therefore ask ourselves to which areas of the body these ferrofluids could be subsequently sent, and to carry which substances? The brain for example?

Unless the idea is rather to use them as “biosensors”, by identifying their presence thanks to their magnetism, with an external “gradimeter”. This would make it possible, for example, to check automatically and without human intervention that people who enter a particular place have been vaccinated …

Wonders of technology …