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Did Covid Shots Magnetize Humans?
What is the suspected cause?
Last week, I wrote about my 2015 experience with the mainstream media and my Australian debacle. I also set the story straight about the mudslinging and name-calling by the MSM that has continued since I spoke at the Ohio Health Committee in 2021. If you missed it, you can read it here.
This week, I’m addressing what I perceive to be the association (cause?) of why some people who had the jabs subsequently could place assorted metal objects on their body - which stuck - especially at the location of the jab. This substack was very time-consuming to write. I hope you’ll share it widely and become a free or paid member to support this work. Thank you in advance.
A package insert contains information written by the manufacturers to satisfy FDA standards and regulations. The 1966 Fair Packaging and Labeling Act required all consumer products to be honestly and informatively labeled. The law gave the FDA the ability to enforce these provisions on foods, drugs, cosmetics, and medical devices. Although patients may find the information about a drug or a vaccine useful, the intent of the FDA requirement is to educate physicians. The manufacturers have a legal requirement to provide physicians with information about the proper use and risks of the product so they can quickly and accurately educate the consumer/patient about the drug’s use and risks.
In 2006, the format of the prescribing information (PI) was amended to standardize the layout and ease of use. This was the first change since 1979, giving pharmacists and patients access to what was previously complex and complicated information. The information that is to be required on a package insert includes:
Date of US approval
Indications and usage
Dosage and Administration
Dosage forms and strengths
Warnings and precautions
Listing of most common adverse reactions
Safety with pregnancy
Black Box Warnings
Recent Major Changes
SECTION 11: Listing of all ingredients
Non-clinical toxicology: mutagenicity, teratogenicity, genotoxicity, carcinogenicity, infertility risks)
To learn more, and have this knowledge at your fingertips, I have a course on this subject called “How to Read a Package Insert” available at www.Learning4You.org
Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) permits the FDA to authorize the use of an unapproved medical product (drug, vaccine, or device) during a defined emergency that is considered to be a heightened risk to the public. Typically, when a new product is released, its use requires either informed consent or review and approval by an institutional review board. EUAs can waive both requirements for the duration of the ‘emergency.’
The process for issuing an EUA is different than releasing an FDA-approved product. Under an EUA, the FDA authorizes the release of the unit based on a reasonable belief that the product ‘may be effective’ based on the best evidence available at the time. The covid jabs were released under the veil of the EUAand to this very day, none of the jabs used in the U.S. market have been FDA approved (Comirnaty and Spikevax were approved but not available in the US.)
What’s in the shots?
The Pfizer shot is composed of nucleoside-modified mRNA (modRNA), formulated with lipid nanoparticles, which enables the delivery of the RNA into host cells and then the manufacture of the SARS-CoV-2 S antigen.
But what about the rest of the stuff that has been identified but is not listed?
In this well-researched substack by Vinu Arumugham, these contaminants were identified and discussed:
Bacterial endotoxin contaminants from E. coli (which can induce type 1 diabetes, ALS and autoimmunity within the Cardiovascular system)
Residual dsRNA (1,000 pg)
Large amount of residual DNA (maximum allowed by the FDA per shot is 10 pg (found here on pg 8);
The amount of residual DNA identified in the Pfizer shot was 330 ng, which is 330,000 pg
What other non-disclosed ingredients are in the Pfizer Jab?
In August, 2022, Dr. Robert Young evaluated the solutions of four covid 19 jabs: Pfizer-BioNTech mRNA, Moderna 1273, AstraZenca and the Janssen J&J using the following advanced instrumentations to verify the contents of each vial’s solution.
pHase Contrast Microscopy at 100x, 600x up to1500x magnification
UV absorbance and Fluorescence Spectroscopy
Scanning Electron Microscopy
Transmission Electron Microscopy
Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy
X-ray Diffractometer and
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
According to the researchers, “All the controls were activated and reference measurements adopted in order to obtain validated results.”
Using a meticulous methodology with highly sensitive instruments, researchers found particles, sheets, ribbons, polygonal shapes (flakes) and clusters of reduced graphene oxide (rGO). Their conclusions:
We have conducted the scientific testing on each vaccine and have identified several ingredients or adjuvants that have not been disclosed which are contained in these four SARS-CoV 2 -19 vaccines. These four pharmaceutical companies have not provided complete FDA disclosure on their vaccine box, insert fact sheet or label for many of the major and/or minor ingredients contained within these so-called vaccines.
Similar findings and concerns were expressed by:
Covid Shots and Magnetism
Now that it has been scientifically established, but not uniformly accepted, that at least some of the covid shots were contaminated with graphene oxide, how does this substance take on magnetic properties?
Graphene oxide consists of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. It is a nanomaterial that possesses exceptional physical, thermodynamic, electronic, mechanical and magnetic properties; it can be used as a superconductor, transducer, absorber of electro-magnetic waves, emitter and receiver of signals. Graphene oxide can induce cell toxicity by damaging the cellular plasma membrane, generating reactive oxygen species (ROS), and directly damaging DNA.
Because of its unique structural and mechanical characteristics, the applications of graphene have gained considerable attention since its discovery in 2004. Graphene and its derivatives include monolayer graphene (mGO), few-layer graphene (FLG), graphene oxide (GO), reduced graphene oxide (rGO), graphene nanosheets (GNS), and graphene nanoribbons. GO is one of the most vital chemical graphene derivatives of the graphene-family nanomaterials (GFNs), which attracts increasing attention for its potential biomedical applications.
Graphene-based materials usually have sizes ranging from several to hundreds of nanometers and are 1-10 nm thick, which is also the definition of ‘nanoparticles’ or ‘nanomaterials’. Due to their exceptional physical and chemical properties, graphene materials have been widely used in various fields.
A team of researchers from institutions in Spain, France and Egypt demonstrated that when hydrogen atoms interface with graphene, a ‘magnetic moment’ is created that can extend over long distance. A magnetic moment is the strength and orientation of a magnetic field.
A separate research group from the Physics Department & Nanjing National Laboratory of Microstructures, Nanjing University in China demonstrate that OH groups can effectively induce robust magnetic moments in a sheet of graphene. In other experiments, this same research group found that when graphene oxide has a high OH content, GO demonstrates high magnetization.
So, hydrogen and hydroxyl groups can increase magnetic charge of graphene oxide - together H + OH … um, water?
According to researcher, Kira Smith:
“Graphene oxide can interact with electromagnetic fields and electromagnetic microwaves. It can self-assemble in solutions (hydrogels) to form electronic nanocircuits and nanonetworks. The collected signals can be sent through a gateway to the Internet using the 5G network processors and quantum computers. The ultimate goal would be to store what we call "consciousness", in perpetuity.
There have been many videos posted online attempting to prove that Covid-19 vaccines can make your arm magnetic. These videos have shown people sticking things like phones and spoons onto their upper arms. As I said in my June 2021 testimony to the Ohio Health Committee, “Someone needs to look into this…”
No one really did.
…except to laugh and scoff at persons with serious and legitimate concerns. And what little research was done, was either ignored or scrubbed from the internet… except this ONE heart-wrenching study from Luxembourg (worth your time to read), where 29 of the 30 individuals who had been injected with the Covid jab showed that the magnet stuck to their skin without difficulty.
Doing the research for this substack has lead to an accumulation of many more articles and much more information on nanoparticles toxicities, nanomagnetic particles used in medicine, magnetofection, much more than I can write about here.
That’s all fodder for another day.
Some practitioners have reported that graphene oxide can be removed from the body by EDTA chelation. I don’t know about that and have no experience with it, but if you have been “charged” or you have other Covid-shot syndromes, please seek the care of competent practitioner who will help you and not consider you a “tin-foil hat conspiracy theorist.”
You are not. Your symptoms and your jab injuries are real.
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