Covid jab magnetic reactions???Mon 10:11 am Europe/London, 10 May 2021 4
THIS IS CONFIRMED. OTHER PEOPLE WHO GOT THE COVID JAB ARE CONFIRMING THIS HAPPENS. UPDATE: YOU CANNOT GET AN MRI FOR 6-10 WEEKS AFTER THE SHOT BECAUSE OF THIS, (SCROLL DOWN)
The Pfizer jab does indeed make a magnet stick to people’s arms where they got the shot. This woman does not specify how long after, but you’ll need a neodymium magnet for this to show.
I have now confirmed the shot probably contains nanobots, because you are supposed to wait 6 – 10 WEEKS after the shot before you get a MRI most likely because the nanobots have to disperse or the MRI will rip your arm apart.
That’s a strong attraction. How’s that going to work in an MRI???
WHOAH!!! I GOT THE ANSWER: YOU ARE NOT SUPPOSED TO GET AN MRI WHERE THE SHOT WAS FOR 6 – 10 WEEKS AFTER THE SHOT!!!
LET ME GUESS: People appear to be dis-connected from their souls and many notice they have been dis-connected and change in big ways after the shot because those nanobots go into your brain (or wherever else they are supposed to go) and they physically sever the body/soul connection. I BET I AM RIGHT.
I said a few months ago those nanobots are likely to gather at narrow points in the circulatory system and cause bloodclots – not a bio-chemical blockage but a mechanical blockage, because however small nanobots are they’re an unnatural substance in anything’s bloodstream. Even junkies know to filter their gear after cooking it to remove impurities that can clog the bloodstream, and what they filter is at least biological not mechanical.
Ian Crane spoke on the target of vaccines being the bridge between the two hemispheres of the brain rendering the victims incapable of spiritual connection and a state of mental balance or contentment.
Could you expand on that Tap’. I have great respect for yourself and Ian Crane, I have very little knowledge in spiritual things, but I am very interested.
This takes you to Rudolph Steiner, Ian; this is who Ian often referenced in this regard, so it is a good starting point.