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Twelve Research Documents on mRNA, VaXXines, Nanotech and Blood Clots YOU Should Know About!

Updated: Jul 23, 2023

Silk fibroin protein is extruded from insects and worms. It has biocompatible properties with the human body and possesses relatively high tensile strength.

The following pictures below are synthetic silk fibroin protein blood vessels taken from the arteries and veins of a deceased CoVid-19 vaxxinated person by embalmer Richard Heirschman.

Notice that the article suggests that silkworm technology is, “Safe and Effective.”

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[3] mRNA create Carbon Nanotubes Carbon nanotubes in COVID-19: A critical review and prospects

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[6] Here we have Vanguard’s 89 pages of filed documents showing investors of the hospital and healthcare systems arguing over how much tax payers should pay for their shots they promoted, lied about, and hushed opposition thereof!

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[7] Does Remdesvir Cause Kidney Failure?

In the case of remdesivir causing kidney failure, it's most likely from a build up of an excipient used in Remdesvir (betadex sulfobutyl ether sodium).

[8] Excess Deaths from All Causes Above the Five-Year Average

[9] The causes of excess deaths in 2022 has inverted!

Spring 2020:

Acute resp infection 32%

Diabetes 22%

Ischaemic heart disease 14%

Heart Failure 7%

Spring 2022:

Acute resp infection 10%

Diabetes 23%

Ischaemic heart disease 30%

Heart Failure 31%

[10] What Was the Cause For the Increases in Excess Deaths and the Inversion From SARS to Mycorditis?


Answer is simple and obvious! The Directed BioWeapon Inoculation of Reduced Graphene Combined With 4G and/or 5G Pulsating Radiation or What Scientism Calls the CoVid - 19 Vaxxine!

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[11] The Effects of EMF Radiation on the Human Blood Cells Researched by Dr. Robert O. Young - 1998

4-subject study Live blood analysis [] involves visual examination of freshly-drawn capillary blood of subjects that is put between a glass cover slip and microscope slide and viewed using an optical microscope with video enhancement. It shows images of the various types of blood cells in their native state and plasma bodies as small as chylomicrons. It is regarded as an important assessment of the biological terrain of the body by holistic health practitioners.

The test requires either a dark-field or phase-contrast microscope and a high contrast videocamera attached to it. The magnification with video enhancement and projection on a monitor ranges up to 20,000X.

Without EMF Protection

With EMF Protection

[12] The Swab for PCR Testing is a VaXXination for Implanting Nano Graphene Biosensors for Connecting Humans and Animals to the Internet of Things!

Micro and Nano Graphene Found in Swabs for CoVid Testing

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Dr. Robert O. Young and Liberty Man talk about FDA corruption and share perspectives on the nanotechnology aspects of the shots, including topics such as RNA interference, toxicity, shedding, blood clots, and electromagnetic frequencies, and how all of this plays into the larger agenda of a digital ID social-credit prison system.

The following link will take you to the research of Dr. Robert O. Young on Nano and Micro Blood Clots Seen in the Capillary Blood of the VAXXinated & UNVAXXinated! UPDATED!!! -

Transhuman Nightmare Graphene Nanowires Torturing the VaXXed and the UNVaXXed Around the World!

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