New Info Emerges On Apparent “Magnetic” Side Effects Happening to Some COVID Vaccinated People

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Have you heard of the “Magnetic Challenge?”

No, it’s not some wacky teenage TikTok challenge, it’s actually much creepier.

It all started as a rumor involving a microchipping conspiracy theory that involved the COVID-19 vaccine.

It’s no secret that many people are leery about taking the vaccine for a number of reasons, namely because it hasn’t gone through the lengthy trials needed in order to receive FDA approval. However, a lot of folks are also convinced that the COVID-19 vaccine is part of a sinister plot to microchip the masses.

One of those conspiracy theories involves “magnetized proteins.”

Here’s some background:

Back in 2016, researchers at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville genetically engineered a magnetized protein called “Magneto.”

That protein was then placed into a virus and injected into an animal’s brain. The point of the research was to use the “Magneto” portion to manipulate neural activity under the remote influence of magnetic fields.


From The Guardian

…the researchers inserted the Magneto DNA sequence into the genome of a virus, together with the gene encoding green fluorescent protein, and regulatory DNA sequences that cause the construct to be expressed only in specified types of neurons. They then injected the virus into the brains of mice, targeting the entorhinal cortex, and dissected the animals’ brains to identify the cells that emitted green fluorescence. Using microelectrodes, they then showed that applying a magnetic field to the brain slices activated Magneto so that the cells produce nervous impulses.
In one final experiment, the researchers injected Magneto into the striatum of freely behaving mice, a deep brain structure containing dopamine-producing neurons that are involved in reward and motivation, and then placed the animals into an apparatus split into magnetised a non-magnetised sections. Mice expressing Magneto spent far more time in the magnetised areas than mice that did not, because activation of the protein caused the striatal neurons expressing it to release dopamine, so that the mice found being in those areas rewarding. This shows that Magneto can remotely control the firing of neurons deep within the brain, and also control complex behaviors.
Creepy stuff, right?

So, you can imagine what happened when viral videos began appearing online showing magnets “stuck” on people’s arms after they received COVID-19 vaccines.

Watch:





In this next video, an anti-vaccine nurse demonstrates how the Covid vaccine turned her entire body into one big magnet.


Watch:



After watching a number of those videos, the macabre “Magneto” study suddenly felt like it was hitting close to home for a lot of people.

In addition, it didn’t help people’s suspicions and the flow of conspiracy theories when the “fact-checkers” came barreling out of the gates like bats out of hell in order to quickly “debunk’ the viral magnet videos by regurgitating what sounded like Big Pharma talking points.

Take a look at part of what Snopes had to say about the videos:

The underlying claim was false. Regardless of the brand (such as Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson), no COVID-19 vaccine contains radio-frequency identification chips or other types of magnetic devices as part of a nefarious plan to implant people with technology against their will.
The rest of their fact-checking was hypothetical scenarios they cooked up.

Not exactly a rousing debunking, by most people’s standards.

However, not everyone was sold on the idea of “magnetic microchipping mind-control” — it still seemed so far-fetched to many.

And that’s why what happened next really made matters even more perplexing.

A paper published for the 2020 International Symposium On Wearable Computers discusses the use of Magnetic Biosensors in order to monitor social distancing in an effort to prevent COVID-19.

In short, it’s a wearable magnetic-field sensing system.

Here’s what ACM Digital Library states about the project:

We present a wearable, oscillating magnetic field-based proximity sensing system to monitor social distancing as suggested to prevent COVID 19 spread (being between 1.5 and 2.0m) apart. We evaluate the system both in controlled lab experiments and in a real life large hardware store setting. We demonstrate that, due physical properties of the magnetic field, the system is much more robust than current BT based sensing, in particular being nearly 100% correct when it comes to distinguishing between distances above and below the 2.0m threshold.
Here’s a video from one of the authors of the study:

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Video available on the revolver page link at the top.

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It’s really quite remarkable how many publications were writing about magnetic biosensors in the immediate run-up to the COVID-19 outbreak.

It makes one wonder if that 2016 “Magneto” research had some definitive impact on how to monitor and manage the COVID-19 virus. And in that case, can you really blame people for being suspicious?

After all, not even the fact-checking whiz kids over at Snopes can explain or fully debunk those viral videos.

At this point I think a fair question would be: Do other vaccines also cause some “magnetic properties” to emerge?

It seems like that would be easy enough for someone to research and test by getting a tetanus shot and seeing if that injection site becomes magnetized.

If that’s the case, these videos wouldn’t amount to anything special or be out of the ordinary. However, if that’s not the case, the American people deserve answers, immediately.
 

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I don't know why there is a magnetic effect. But saying it's microchips is idiotic.

As far as I know magnets and electronics don't go well together. People are mostly told to keep magnets away from anything electronic cause they tend to mess them up really bad. Also the smallest electronic tracking or tagging devices put into living things are still visible by the naked eye. They look like little pills. They aren't going to inject them into you with a needle they would use to give you vaccine. This isn't MGS and we don't have nano machines yet.

Also I would like to know if the objects that are sticking to them are steel. Cause that's the only kind of metal that will stick to magnets.

There has to be some kind of explanation for it cause I have heard of it happening in the past. Of course no vaccines were involved.

There are actual issues with the vaccine. Not because of some nefarious plot. It's just a shitty barely tested vaccine. But conspiritard nonsense won't help with that all.
 

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I don't know why there is a magnetic effect. But saying it's microchips is idiotic.

As far as I know magnets and electronics don't go well together. People are mostly told to keep magnets away from anything electronic cause they tend to mess them up really bad. Also the smallest electronic tracking or tagging devices put into living things are still visible by the naked eye. They look like little pills. They aren't going to inject them into you with a needle they would use to give you vaccine. This isn't MGS and we don't have nano machines yet.

Also I would like to know if the objects that are sticking to them are steel. Cause that's the only kind of metal that will stick to magnets.

There has to be some kind of explanation for it cause I have heard of it happening in the past. Of course no vaccines were involved.

There are actual issues with the vaccine. Not because of some nefarious plot. It's just a shitty barely tested vaccine. But conspiritard nonsense won't help with that all.
The body functions on electricity. I wonder if these megneto proteins are causing a form of electro magnetic amplification. The argument against the magnet stuff is there is not enough magnetic material in the poison to cause this. Plausible? I'm just a regular guy, but it seems like a better explanation than, "don't believe your lying eyes, goy."
 

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I checked vaxxed people I know and found that they are not magnetic. This was a couple of weeks after they got the deadly vaxx.

Anyone else?
I tried it on my soon-to-be ex wife (which i think i already mentioned) after her first shot and there was no effect. She has since gotten the second and felt like total shit for several days and regretted doing it. She is scared to to try the magnet again, but i’ll just surprise her with it. Stupid bitch.
 

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They real objective is that when the magnetized crystals get into the brain, certain types of radio waves can then be used to affect mood and perception. Thus 5G is an integral part of the plan.
The human brain already contains naturally occurring magnetize crystals called Bio-magnetite. You can search it up on Joogle.
I reachingly theorize that bio-magentite found naturally within the human brain may have worked with the brain and temporalis muscle on the side of the cranium as some sort of GPS device when humans had to navigate through the forests or jungles and find their way home. Couple that potential with the many stories concerning the phenomena of pets traversing long distances to find their way home when lost, abandoned or kept at a place some distance from the home only to find their way back.
 

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The human brain already contains naturally occurring magnetize crystals called Bio-magnetite. You can search it up on Joogle.
I reachingly theorize that bio-magentite found naturally within the human brain may have worked with the brain and temporalis muscle on the side of the cranium as some sort of GPS device when humans had to navigate through the forests or jungles and find their way home. Couple that potential with the many stories concerning the phenomena of pets traversing long distances to find their way home when lost, abandoned or kept at a place some distance from the home only to find their way back.
Light water magnatism, its who we are...

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Birds that can sense the Earth's magnetic field are provided with important navigational information, such as a sense of direction that is associated with the field.

09-06-2019
How do birds use the Earth’s magnetic field to navigate their migration paths?

By Chrissy Sexton
Earth.com staff writer

How do birds use the Earth’s magnetic field to navigate their migration paths?. Animals that can sense the Earth’s magnetic field are provided with important navigational information, such as a sense of direction that is associated with the field. Using this compass, along with other parameters such as the intensity of the magnetic field, birds can successfully navigate over long distances.
It remains a mystery, however, what the birds actually use to sense the conditions of the magnetic field. It is known that birds have tiny magnets that contribute to their navigational ability, yet the precise underlying mechanism is unknown.
Beyond their ability to detect the energy of magnetic fields, birds have proteins in their eyes that allow them to visualize magnetic fields. The proteins single out strains of magnetism within the surroundings, and convert them into a visible compass.
Researchers from the Goethe-Institut in Germany are investigating how the data obtained by the bird’s beak and eyes is combined to create a navigational map.
Even though the pieces of magnetic iron are so small that they have not been located, scientists believe that these particles play a major role in avian navigation.
“Presently, the specific location of the magnetite-based magnetoreceptors is still unclear,” wrote study authors Roswitha and Wolfgang Wiltschko. “The observation that magnetic stimuli had been found to be transmitted by the ophthalmic nerve suggests that the receptors lie in the area innervated by this nerve, and here the region of the upper beak, where superparamagnetic magnetite had been described, seemed a likely candidate.”
 

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The human brain already contains naturally occurring magnetize crystals called Bio-magnetite. You can search it up on Joogle.
I reachingly theorize that bio-magentite found naturally within the human brain may have worked with the brain and temporalis muscle on the side of the cranium as some sort of GPS device when humans had to navigate through the forests or jungles and find their way home. Couple that potential with the many stories concerning the phenomena of pets traversing long distances to find their way home when lost, abandoned or kept at a place some distance from the home only to find their way back.
Thanks for the info (y)
 

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Have you heard of the “Magnetic Challenge?”

No, it’s not some wacky teenage TikTok challenge, it’s actually much creepier.

It all started as a rumor involving a microchipping conspiracy theory that involved the COVID-19 vaccine.

It’s no secret that many people are leery about taking the vaccine for a number of reasons, namely because it hasn’t gone through the lengthy trials needed in order to receive FDA approval. However, a lot of folks are also convinced that the COVID-19 vaccine is part of a sinister plot to microchip the masses.

One of those conspiracy theories involves “magnetized proteins.”

Here’s some background:

Back in 2016, researchers at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville genetically engineered a magnetized protein called “Magneto.”

That protein was then placed into a virus and injected into an animal’s brain. The point of the research was to use the “Magneto” portion to manipulate neural activity under the remote influence of magnetic fields.


From The Guardian


Creepy stuff, right?

So, you can imagine what happened when viral videos began appearing online showing magnets “stuck” on people’s arms after they received COVID-19 vaccines.

Watch:





In this next video, an anti-vaccine nurse demonstrates how the Covid vaccine turned her entire body into one big magnet.


Watch:



After watching a number of those videos, the macabre “Magneto” study suddenly felt like it was hitting close to home for a lot of people.

In addition, it didn’t help people’s suspicions and the flow of conspiracy theories when the “fact-checkers” came barreling out of the gates like bats out of hell in order to quickly “debunk’ the viral magnet videos by regurgitating what sounded like Big Pharma talking points.

Take a look at part of what Snopes had to say about the videos:


The rest of their fact-checking was hypothetical scenarios they cooked up.

Not exactly a rousing debunking, by most people’s standards.

However, not everyone was sold on the idea of “magnetic microchipping mind-control” — it still seemed so far-fetched to many.

And that’s why what happened next really made matters even more perplexing.

A paper published for the 2020 International Symposium On Wearable Computers discusses the use of Magnetic Biosensors in order to monitor social distancing in an effort to prevent COVID-19.

In short, it’s a wearable magnetic-field sensing system.

Here’s what ACM Digital Library states about the project:


Here’s a video from one of the authors of the study:

Watch:

Video available on the revolver page link at the top.

WATCH: CHECK OUT DARREN BEATTIE'S LATEST INTERVIEWS




It’s really quite remarkable how many publications were writing about magnetic biosensors in the immediate run-up to the COVID-19 outbreak.

It makes one wonder if that 2016 “Magneto” research had some definitive impact on how to monitor and manage the COVID-19 virus. And in that case, can you really blame people for being suspicious?

After all, not even the fact-checking whiz kids over at Snopes can explain or fully debunk those viral videos.

At this point I think a fair question would be: Do other vaccines also cause some “magnetic properties” to emerge?

It seems like that would be easy enough for someone to research and test by getting a tetanus shot and seeing if that injection site becomes magnetized.

If that’s the case, these videos wouldn’t amount to anything special or be out of the ordinary. However, if that’s not the case, the American people deserve answers, immediately.
Come on man this is misinformation to make us look like retards. Almost none of these objects are attracted to magnets. Go buy a magnet and try picking up coins.
 

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At this point I think a fair question would be: Do other vaccines also cause some “magnetic properties” to emerge?
Another fair question is: What other side effects are going to surface next year, 5 years, 10 years from today???
Questions, questions, questions...
 

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Come on man this is misinformation to make us look like retards. Almost none of these objects are attracted to magnets. Go buy a magnet and try picking up coins.
I posted it because of the video of the woman making the psa and the magneto protein stuff. The news here is this stuff is coming into the mainstream. It doesn't make much sense to me, but neither do aliens or trannies.
 

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The body functions on electricity. I wonder if these megneto proteins are causing a form of electro magnetic amplification. The argument against the magnet stuff is there is not enough magnetic material in the poison to cause this. Plausible? I'm just a regular guy, but it seems like a better explanation than, "don't believe your lying eyes, goy."
Alex Jones was talking about this. His explanation was that there is something in the experimental gene therapy cocktail that causes the body to begin manufacturing magnetic proteins. This would explain why injection of such a small volume of material is able to exert such a large magnetic effect. It’s not the stuff in the injection directly.
 

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Cell phone's aren't magnetic either. Here's some beaners trying to debunk this with volunteers from the audience. At first they are saying this is total bullshit, and then...

 

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My theory is that the magnetism is not a part of poison or mind control but it's much more simple. I think that if people are slightly magnetized it is easy to tell who has been injected or not by scanning a crowd with a machine or having people walk through a metal detector like at the airport.

But I don't really understand the science of why only some injected people would be magnetized and not others or if it's even possible that the magnetism would take a while to kick in.
 

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Come on man this is misinformation to make us look like retards. Almost none of these objects are attracted to magnets. Go buy a magnet and try picking up coins.
Entirely possible its part of oligarchs major vaccination campaign. Ridicule and denial has been a staple of marketing asshole.

Make trump supporters repeat aliens did it faceberg posts then shunned and ridicule the reposters until they submit to your vax regime to avoid the constant barrage of scorn.
Its detailed and tricky but why not.

Antifa did the January 6 riots afterall they make trump people look like terrorists and threat to democracy!
 

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My theory is that the magnetism is not a part of poison or mind control but it's much more simple. I think that if people are slightly magnetized it is easy to tell who has been injected or not by scanning a crowd with a machine or having people walk through a metal detector like at the airport.

But I don't really understand the science of why only some injected people would be magnetized and not others or if it's even possible that the magnetism would take a while to kick in.
If your natural magnetic field(we all have one) is altered to a different frequency within a certain range or known range, then you would be "marked" and be easy to track by anyone who would have the knowledge and resources to.

You could no longer hide out in the wild or other places.

Just a thought 💁‍♂️
 

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Speaking of Covid-19 and vaccines, they're running this sidebar ad over on Breitbart.


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