The Jab:  What’s inside the vials?  AI magnetic hydrogel, but no mRNA

The statement

“mRNA is a misnomer for the suite of gene-editing nanotechnologies. This is why no mRNA (alleged portion of a single-helix virus) is found in the vials.

For quite some time, I have been discussing that there is no mRNA found in the vaccines by many teams around the world. In my mind, this stunning find should have made world news, and should have had the sincere scientists and doctors discussing these findings. The best counter argument many could muster was: “Well, you did not look at millions of vials.” No, we did not, but does this result not bother you? Maybe it suggests a different explanation? Most surprisingly to me – even Steve Kirsch did not find mRNA – but that did not inspire the freedom doctors to any discussion.

Steve Kirsch’s newsletter

Want to know what’s inside the vaccine vials?

Executive summary One of my colleagues did mass spectrometry on 4 vaccine vials: two from Moderna and two from Pfizer. He found PEG, but no phosphorus which means he found the lipid nanoparticles, but no payload or preservative. A bunch of blanks. No mRNA…

I have been asking this:

Mainstream doctors continue to speak of the mRNA and supposed manufactured spike protein. They say because there are antibodies against the spike protein, there must be a spike protein manufactured by mRNA in the cells. Because pathologists can stain tissues for spike protein, the mRNA vaccine story must be true. But you do not need a reverse transcription of mRNA into DNA, if you have an artificial intelligence Hydrogel that looks just like the spike protein. This AI magnetic Hydrogel can circulate, cause damage, and the immune system will make antibodies against this. It will react with pathological staining just as if there was a “virus spike protein”. Hence, the presence of antibodies or spike protein in tissues does not prove that this is not synthetic artificial intelligence Hydrogel nanotechnology! Of course, I have been explaining that self assembly nanotechnology Hydrogel can explain the combustible metal loaded rubbery cadaver blood clots – as Mike Adams evaluated.

Karen Kingston has discussed, that the patents for the C19 shots clearly show there is no need for mRNA, which explains our findings. She has spoken about this frequently and explained it brilliantly in our joint interview with Maria Zeee. Please see her slide below and link to our important interview.”

(The Zee interview is here .)

“Even Dr. Francis Collins from the NIH wrote in 2020 that Quantum Dot technology mimics exactly the “Covid 19 Virus” (that nobody ever has isolated or found, check Christine Massey’s Freedom of Information act work  – FOIs reveal that health/science institutions around the world (213 and counting!) have no record of SARS-COV-2 isolation/purification, anywhere, ever.)”

The source

Dr Anna Mihalcea, MD PhD, in The Kingston Report 16 March 2023

My take on it

The average person would struggle with the very suggestion – after all the hoopla – that maybe there is little or no mRNA in the vials.  The story is already so hard to tell.

As Steve Kirsch says, there’s a lot we don’t know but we do know that a lot of people are experiencing adverse events from the jab.

So what is going on inside the injected person?  According to Dr Mihalcea and Karen Kingston, the culprit is in fact, AI nanoparticles that mimic the spike protein and that can be guided by external stimuli such as a magnetic field:

“Under the guidance of magnetic field, MHs (magnetic hydrogels, AD) can move directionally or be induced into specific tissue-like microstructure.”

And yet again we encounter the issue of antibodies, and what they tell us, and how they behave.  In a conventional vaccine the criteria are that the body responds to the intrusion of a foreign body by generating antibodies, and that those resultant antibodies are in turn effective in stopping subsequent infection and transmission.   (Which, in the case of the jab, they clearly don’t.)  The AI nanoparticles produce antibodies; but those antibodies are not proof of a viral infection. 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *