The Magnetic Humans – Credible? Or Just Another Video Platform Joke?
Magnetism & Electricity
Magnetism is the main cornerstone – or pillar if you will – of all electrical and electronic technology. Without magnetism we would not be able to generate electricity, lesser still would we be able to do what we take for granted with electronic circuits. It is the bedrock energy, or force that dictates everything we know and can do with electrical forces. Radio wave propagation would not exist without magnetism, EMF (electromagnetic frequencies) are a close family member, and they can – at certain frequencies and type of modulation – make us very sick, or are lethal to humans and most other plant life. A sobering thought, especially around 60Gh (microwave) bands – do some research on 5G. Better still, treat yourself to this excellent book:
Levitation is possible with magnetism, and is used in conjunction with monorail trains that levitate with the use of superconductors, just as two magnets of the same polarity repel each other, or with dissimilar poles, will attract. The train glides along with no friction to impede it (Japan has used this technology for many years). The phenomenon of magnetism, has myriads of strange properties. Maybe you’ll remember some of these things from your school days physics lab. experiments.
Try pouring iron filings (ferric particles) into the palm of your upturned hand, then bring a strong magnet near the back of your hand and see what happens. The magnetic force passes through your hand and effects the filings, but you feel nothing, as this magic like phenomenon takes place. Now imagine the potential that is available, using Nano technology (smaller than the eye can see – microscopic). Then bring into the equation materials like graphene. Graphene is a one-atom-thick layer of carbon atoms arranged in a hexagonal lattice. It is the building-block of Graphite (which is used, among others things, in pencil tips), but graphene is a remarkable substance on its own – with a multitude of astonishing properties which repeatedly earn it the title “wonder material”. Graphene is the thinnest material known to man at one atom thick, and also incredibly strong – about 200 times stronger than steel. On top of that, graphene is an excellent conductor of heat and electricity and has interesting light absorption abilities. It is truly a material that could change the world, with unlimited potential for integration in almost any industry. But enough of the science lesson – how about the fusing of these materials with the biological realm of human bodies?
Graphene, one of the world’s strongest materials, isn’t normally magnetic. But when stacked and twisted, graphene develops a rare form of magnetism, as new research has found, and be sure that information released is many years behind what is available today – but kept secret. After all, knowledge is power, and you don’t put power in the hands of those who you want to cull and control.
The magnetic field isn’t created by the usual spin of electrons within the individual graphene layers, but instead arises from the collective swirling of electrons in all of the three-layers of the stacked graphene structure. Other phenomenon of magnetism is the magnetosphere, but I won’t go into that here.
Magnets That Stick To Injection Sites Of Injected People – Sceptical First Impressions.
When I first heard of this I was very sceptical. I go to great lengths to keep what I publish factually correct and evidentially provable at all times – hence the challenge at the foot of most of my posts.
My first reaction was:
. . . don’t these people who are spreading this information realise that flesh, blood and bone is non ferric and therefore non magnetic”.
We all know the old dinner table trick of breathing on a spoon and making it stick to your nose to entertain the children! However videos on social media platforms, then started emerging showing examples of this magnetic phenomenon happening! Again I was rather sceptical – many videos on the media platforms are outlandish, often contrived and are hoax nonsense. Then after thinking about it, maybe magnetised injection sites, might not be such nonsense after all.
mRNA Injections – But What Other Payloads Could These Inoculation ‘Weapons’ Harbour?
We all should by now know hat the mRNA injections are gene therapy – not vaccines; we don’t know what exactly is in them (the manufacturers don’t reveal that information in it’s entirety). They have refused to release one phial per batch for analysis – despite the likes of Prof. Dolores Cahill and other concerned, eminent scientists and doctors repeatedly requesting samples.
We ALSO know that Nano technology along with hydrogel etc. is very real, as is the known uses of the modern material referred to above are put to. Furthermore, it is no longer a secret that programmable robots at the Nano scale level are possible and can be utilised by remote wireless control. They can also be easily introduced into the body as they are easily capable of being delivered through a hypodermic needle – forget the nonsense about ‘chipping’ people – that’s ancient technology, and the subject of science fiction films, with a lump under the skin at the back of your neck!
More disturbing is the frequent admission by the henchmen of the Cabal (like Bill Gates & Co.) that it is a planned solution – by the global elites – to depopulate the earth through ‘vaccines’.
So Let’s Get To The Meat Of This Post
Like me, Polly St. George (Amazing Polly) was also sceptical at first. Polly, along with many others like James Corbett for example are top notch researchers. Their talent for rooting out the truth is second to none, and I’ve yet to see them wrong in their conclusions.
So here’s a BGB reproduction of a video presentation by Polly, on the subject of ‘magnetic humans’.
Be sure to watch it through to the end. The inclusion of the X-Files background theme music is my little attempt at sarcasm! However, reality is more often than not, stranger than fiction.
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