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Have you been marked and chipped when you took the vaccines. A magnet sticks to the injection point.


Metallic nanoparticles have fascinated scientist for over a century and are now heavily utilized in biomedical sciences and engineering. They are a focus of interest because of their huge potential in nanotechnology.

Today these materials can be synthesized and modified with various chemical functional groups which allow them to be conjugated with antibodies, ligands, and drugs of interest and thus opening a wide range of potential applications in biotechnology, magnetic separation, and preconcentration of target analytes, targeted drug delivery, and vehicles for gene and drug delivery and more importantly diagnostic imaging.

Moreover, various imaging modalities have been developed over the period of time such as MRI, CT, PET, ultrasound, SERS, and optical imaging as an aid to image various disease states.

In general, nanoparticles used in the field of biotechnology range in particle size between 10 and 500 nm, seldom exceeding 700 nm. The nanosize of these particles allows various communications with biomolecules on the cell surfaces and within the cells in way that can be decoded and designated to various biochemical and physiochemical properties of these cells.


!!️I have a friend who is a nutritional microscopic. She is an expert in that field.
She has many patients who have received the so-called vaccination, and she asked them all to participate in a free analysis after the vaccination.

At her horror, she found out:
The picture above shows quite normal, intact and healthy cells before vaccination.
The change in cells after vaccination proved drastically within a few days of vaccination! The last picture shows the strangers, not endogenous nanoparticles suddenly becoming visible in the blood!

The body can never detox this and these particles will eventually enter all cells of the body! My friend is crying about this analysis because she knows something about blood and how it works....

The effects and late effects of this vaccine injection will affect the health of the vaccines for the rest of their lives!

Are ferrofluids being used in the Covid injections? If so, why?

Posted on May 20, 2021 by State of the Nation

Ferrofluids could explain the magnetic properties of the injection site

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Ferrofluids are colloidal suspensions of magnetic particles in a liquid carrier, which become magnetized in the presence of a magnetic field. These may be composed of iron, nickel, or cobalt, and show magnetic properties.

The particles are typically about 10 nm in diameter, and may be suspended in either oil or water. Ferrofluids are also called magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) or magnetic beads (MBs). Ferrofluids were first introduced to the world in the 1960s by NASA Lewis Laboratories and AVCO Space Systems independently.

“Another area which is exploring the feasibility of MNPs is gene therapy to introduce genes into targeted cells without having to use viral and retroviral vectors, which are especially noted to be associated with adverse effects.”

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Spheroidal and conical shapes of ferrofluid-filled capsules in magnetic fields. Christian Wischnewski and Jan Kierfeld
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“Another area which is exploring the feasibility of MNPs is gene therapy to introduce genes into targeted cells without having to use viral and retroviral vectors, which are especially noted to be associated with adverse effects.”

Ferrofluids are liquid suspensions of iron-based particles that behave like a regular fluid, but once a magnet is present, the ferrofluid rapidly shape-shifts to form spikes that align with the magnetic field. Originally developed by NASA, ferrofluids have numerous uses ranging from advanced electronics to nanomedicine and have the potential for even broader use, if their magnetic responses could be predicted more accurately.

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Ferrofluids: From Preparation to Biomedical Applications

Discovery of the magnetic property (superparamagnetism) of ferrofluid (i.e., magnetic fluid) and its effects on the other materials open wide varieties of applications in human daily life. Continually, new applications require different forms of magnetic materials, which have significant attractions nowadays.

This review highlights the ferrofluids synthesis methods. All known methods are cited, and a special interest is focused on the most commonly used methods for preparation, which depends on size reduction and chemical co-precipitation. Furthermore, the industrial and biomedical applications of ferrofluids and their based particles are discussed.

Finally, the new water based dispersed ferrofluids particles “magnetic emulsion” is also introduced.

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The bottom line is for the people to regain their original, moral principles, which have intentionally been watered out over the past generations by our press, TV, and other media owned by the Illuminati/Bilderberger Group, corrupting our morals by making misbehaviour acceptable to our society. Only in this way shall we conquer this oncoming wave of evil.




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