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"⁣This video explains how the vaccine uses graphine oxide nano particles to transmit information via Bluetooth using nanotechnology
I have to emphasise that this has yet to be confirmed and was uploaded (downloaded from richplanet.net) following an email from Richplanet.net (below) for help in confirming this
Here is that email:
You may be aware that I have recently posted material from the
investigations of Dr Pablo Campra.
Dr Campra has examined various COVID-19 vaccination vials, and found very
disturbing microscopic items within the vaccines.
His images have been examined by another person or group, who are posting
their findings on the following blog website
I am not sure whether Mik andersen is a real person, or a pseudonym for a
group of scientists working together. I have read many of the scientific
papers that the blog refers to and I cannot see anything nefarious or
obviously erroneous in the claims being made.
I've posted this video which gives a VERY brief summary of what it all
COULD BE pointing to (according to the evidence within the blog).
One very intriguing claim that has been made is that the nano technology
within the bodies of jabbed people, can give off an identifiable Bluetooth
signal !
If this is true, it means we have a smoking gun, that anyone can test and
verify themselves.
At this point in time I do NOT know whether this is true.
Can people who have been jabbed give off a Bluetooth signal?
It sounds ridiculous, but it is being claimed by various parties who say
they have carried out their own tests.
It is a little more tricky than you might think to verify this. Firstly,
you need to download a Bluetooth scanning app onto your phone. You then
need to find a willing volunteer who has been vaccinated. You then need to
go to a remote location where there are no Bluetooth signals. A scan of the
vaccinated person can then be performed. If the person DOES give off a
Bluetooth signal, you can then verify this by asking them to walk some
distance away and check if the signal disappears, then ask them to walk
back and check that it re-appears. Obviously all phones (and other devices)
need to be switched off apart from the one being used to do the scanning.
I have personally scanned 3 volunteers in this way.
I did not detect a Bluetooth signal in any of the three tests, so I have
not been able to confirm whether this is happening (at the time of
Two of the subjects had had both jabs but no booster jab. And one had had
both jabs and the booster jab.
It's very tricky getting people to agree to this test, for obvious reasons.
The purpose of this email is to ask people to perform their own test on
people who they know, record it on camera and post me the results or share
them online."

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