Endgame Take 4 - IoNT in Jabs Turns You into Autonotom
Explaining how graphene oxide/hydroxide in "vaccines" turns recipients into autonotoms, one jab at a time.
Continued from “Endgame Take 3 - Wrapup“
Whether or not this post will sound crazy to you, it certainly does to me too. But the facts are what they are. Better be fully informed and understand where we are being led, by whom, and why. As not only our individual lives are at stake, but the fate of the world as we knew it.
Little did I know when I wrote “GQDs as mRNA Delivery System into Cell Nuclei?“ “Endgame Take 2 - Transhumanism, Autonotoms, and Such“, and “Endgame Take 3 - Wrapup“ that injectable nanotechnologies are more real than I could have imagined, and are being deployed as we speak through a carefully planned series of jabs. And that my hypothesis about the purpose of GQDs in jabs has been a pathetic underestimate. Here’s the evidence. You be the judge.
First, watch this video by La Quinta Columna, Dec. 27, 2021 “The Covid vaxxines are human-to-transhuman conversion kits to enslave & eliminate humanity”:
Sounded so far-fetched to me that I had to dig deeper into the subject. To my astonishment, it all hashes out. The pertinent nanotechnology has been in active development over the last two decades, but not as much in the public eye as it should have been, considering the implications. This area of technology is called Internet of Nano Things (IoNT). I will provide the overview of the literature below.
As I wrote in “Endgame Take 2 - Transhumanism, Autonotoms, and Such“, the injectable nanoparticles that traverse blood-brain barier are deployment-ready, as of 2020, and WILL be used for mind monitoring and control. For example “Battelle Neuro Team Advances to Phase II of DARPA N3 Program“ (Dec. 2020): “Battelle and its project partners from Cellular Nanomed Inc., the University of Miami, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, Carnegie Mellon University, and the Air Force Research Laboratory are working on an interface called BrainSTORMS (Brain System to Transmit Or Receive Magnetoelectric Signals). It employs magnetoelectric nanotransducers (MEnTs) localized in neural tissue for BCI applications. One of the key MEnT attributes are their incredibly small size—thousands of MEnTs can fit across the width of a human hair. The MEnTs are first injected into the circulatory system.”
Also read “Magnetism Plays Key Roles in DARPA Research to Develop Brain-Machine Interface without Surgery“ (Jun. 2021): “The nanotransducer would use magnetoelectric nanoparticles to establish a bi-directional communication channel with the brain. Neurons in the brain operate through electrical signals. The magnetic core of the nanotransducers would convert the neural electrical signals into magnetic ones that would be sent through the skull to the helmet-based transceiver worn by the user. The helmet transceiver could also send magnetic signals back to the nanotransducers where they would be converted to electrical impulses capable of being processed by the neurons, enabling two-way communication to and from the brain.“ Here’s how a 10nm transducer looks like:
A corroboration of sorts comes in the form of this article that the reader CK_ has pointed out in the comments below: “More Evidence the COVID Fake-Vaccine is Embedding MAC Addresses“: “…I reported in May 2021 that some people who took the COVID non-vaccine discovered that they had become Bluetooth pairable with other devices via a generated MAC address. Now, more evidence has come to light indicating this is the case. …In this video, physician Luis Benito explains the steps he took, and the observations he made, to record Bluetooth MAC addresses showing up on his mobile phone when patients (many of whom had had COVID jabs) came for appointments.” What I have proposed based solely on logical arguments is independently confirmed! I swear I did not know about it before.
Here’s another similar bit (https://www.reddit.com/r/bluetooth/comments/qbb7gn/what_is_the_random_unknown_mac_address_that/):
I am declaring a challenge to the readers: please try do to these Bluetooth experiments, if you can. Please let me know the results in the comments section below.
Now, the insistence that everybody gets multiple jabs, the actual number of which is open-ended, makes sense when the amount of these nano-devices don’t fit into one jab and come from different suppliers in different batches and releases, on a time schedule. The activation of these injected nano-devices will be achieved via electromagnetic radiation, thus powering the nano-devices, using a headset or a small local emitter, as done by Battelle.
The spectral examination of the content of the vials led Dr. Andreas Noack of Austria to conclude, at the beginning of December, that the jabs contain graphene-hydroxide, instead of, or in addition to, graphene-oxide. Having a physicist further examining the matter would have been invaluable, except that a few days later Dr. Noack died in a caffee in the center of Viena of what seemed to be an electormagnetic gun attack. It looks like he was on a hot trail…
Autonotom: A human robot. A human being conforming without any self expression to a doctrine set out by another human being, or beings.
Revelation 13:16: “And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads”. And don’t forget the Microsoft Patent WO2020060606. Revelation 13:17: “and that no man should be able to buy or to sell, save he that hath the mark, even the name of the beast or the number of his name.“, and Revelation 13:18: “Here is wisdom. He that hath understanding, let him count the number of the beast; for it is the number of a man: and his number is Six hundred and sixty and six.“.
”…even the name of the beast” refers to the MAC addressing scheme, and “and the number of his name“ is a unique MAC address of a jabbed human? This is a new and unexpected interpretation, but now the awkward wording of the Revelation 13:17 is no longer awkward!
BioNTech <==> IoNT?
If you do not want to be turned into atonotoms in a very near future, once the jabbing has reached its set targets, avoid the jabs!
Some readers complain that this post is too cryptic. Well, my posts come with lots of links to articles, publications and videos, that must be examined by readers themselves, as I cannot write a book every time I need to illuminate a topic. So do your homework. What I can add to this post is another 3 hour podcast by Robert Malone with Joe Rogan from 2021.12.30. Dr. Malone provides a lot of examples of criminal behaviours by US public health authorities (“nucking fuds”, as he puts it) in terms of pushing harmful experimental “vaccines” on literally everybody while suppressing early treatments of Covid-19 thus causing at least 500,000 avoidable Covid-19 deaths in the US alone. All questions by Joe Rogan as to why, go unanswered. This post of my answers all these questions. We know exactly why, by now. You just need to read this post (above AND below) and visit the links to the supplementary materials. Take your time.
Happy New Year!
Finally, the select scientific publications for those among us technically inclined and with lots of time on their hands.
Jul. 2021, “An Introduction to the Internet Of Nano Things“: “Healthcare should be the first thing to come to anybody’s mind when it comes to IoNT technology. Body sensor networks (BSN) is the foremost application for IoNT devices in today’s world. A body sensor network is a system that uses a suite of sensors that are deployed inside the human body to gain pertinent insights and diagnostically useful information that are otherwise beyond the scope of traditional diagnostic techniques. These nano-sized biosensors can help us gain a previously inaccessible level of reach into the inner workings of the human body. In the years to come, IoNT is likely to play a massive role in the way healthcare is delivered.”
2017, “Internet of Nano Things (IoNT): Next Evolutionary Step in Nanotechnology“: “Internet of Nano Things (IoNT) infrastructure can be deployed by mixing nano devices and several other technologies like IoT, Sensors Network, Cloud Computing, Big Data Analytics etc. The IoNT infrastructure depends on the area of operation and required bandwidth required by particular application. The enhancement and wide range adoption of IoNT depends on processing capabilities, large storage at low costs, smart antennas and Smart RFID tag technology. Some of the major players in the IoNT market are Intel Corporation, Cisco Systems Inc., Qualcomm Incorporated, Juniper Networks and IBM Corporation in U.S., Schneider Electric and Alcatel-Lucent S.A. in France, and SAP S.E. and Siemens AG in Germany among others.
Network Architecture of Internet of Nano Things Internet of Nano Things (IoNT) is picking up the pace in rapid areas. Regardless of the application areas, the following components are the trump part of Architecture of Internet of Nano Things:
1. Nano-Nodes: Nano-nodes are regarded as the smallest and simplest nano machines which perform various tasks like computation and transmission if the data over short distances and have less memory. Considering Body Sensor Networks, Biological sensors fitted in Human Body are considered as Nano-Nodes.
2. Nano-Routers: Nano-routers have large computational power as compared to nano nodes and they act as aggregators of information coming from nano-nodes. Nano-routers also play crucial role in controlling nano-nodes by exchange control commands.
3. Nano-Micro interface devices: These devices perform the task of aggregation of information coming from nano-routers and transmit it to the microscale and vice versa. They act as hybrid devices to communicate in nanoscale using Nano communication techniques and also with traditional communication networks with classical network protocols.
4. Gateway: It enables the remote control of entire nano things network over the Internet. Example: Considering Body Sensor Network- With the use of Gateway all the sensor data from the Human Body can be accessed anywhere and everywhere via doctors over Internet.
IoNT uses two broad areas of communication:
• Electromagnetic Nano-Communication [I. F. Akyildiz and J. M. Jornet, “Electromagnetic Wireless Nanosensor Networks,” Nano Communication Networks (Elsevier) J., vol. 1, no. 1, Mar. 2010, pp. 3–19.][C. Rutherglen and P. Burke, “Nanoelectromagnetics: Circuit and Electromagnetic Properties of Carbon Nanotubes,” Small, vol. 5, no. 8, Apr. 2009, pp. 884–906]: It is regarded as transmission and receiving of electromagnetic (EM) radiation from components based on nanomaterials.
• Molecular Communication [Akyildiz, I. F., & Jornet, J. M. (2010). The internet of nano-things. IEEE Wireless Communications, 17(6), 58-63][I. F. Akyildiz, F. Brunetti, and C. Blazquez, “Nanonetworks: A New Communication Paradigm,” Computer Networks (Elsevier) J., vol. 52, no. 12, Aug. 2008, pp. 2260–79]: It is regarded as transmission and receiving of information encoded in molecules.
And, lastly, a publication with a long list of references, just look and the breadth and depth of this technology, as of 2020: “The internet of nano things (IoNT) existing state and future Prospects“
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