crystalline structures, nanowires, chalky particles and fibrous structures
Natural News | 13 June 2022
“These clots are often referred to as “blood clots” but they are nothing at all like normal clots, and they consist of far more than mere blood cells. Unlike normal clots which are gelatinous, almost jelly-like, these so-called “clots” contain extremely large, complex, repeating structural elements (all shown below) that are clearly being constructed in the blood of the victims who died from these clots.
All of these clots were extracted from patients within a few hours of their death. These are not the result of post-mortem blood stasis. These are structures found in blood vessels and arteries. They are not congealed blood.”
“Blood clot” samples received from a embalmer, Richard Hirschman
Crystal-shaped structures (200x)
Chalk-like white particles (200x)
Silicon-like “chip” structure (200x)
“Nanowire” structures and repeating, structural scales (50x / 1000x)
Note: These samples were stained using standard gram staining techniques used for microbiology or iodine before being washed with ethyl alcohol and prepared on slides using standard tissue sample preparation for microscopy.
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