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Replication of Electrical Transformation of C19 Unvaccinated Blood - Filament Growth Documented - CDB Extraction and Isolation -Ana Mihalcea, MD, PhD in Conjunction with Clifford Carnicom
Image 1: C19 Unvaccinated Blood -CDB Lower Layer Extraction after Voltammetry. 1600x Magnification. Filament and CDB seen
In this preliminary data release we continue the replication of observation of transformation of unvaccinated blood via Chronopotentiometry. We now have documented five separate events in which filament growth in C19 unvaccinated blood was observed. As we described before, the unvaccinated blood showed no evidence of contamination upon initial microscopic evaluation. The experiment was repeated to to confirm the profound electrochemical transformation of blood and to establish specific controls over current, voltage and time. It has also led, most importantly, to the development of a rapid and efficient CDB culturing method. As explained in other posts, CDB’s appear to be the origin of genesis of the filaments that were previously known as Morgellons. These are a synthetic artificial intelligent biology - combining complex biology and metals with features of all three domains of life - archaea, eucaryotes and bacteria. I have extensively explained the correlations between the C19 nanotechnology and the historical and current findings of CDB’s and filaments in blood. Research teams around the world have called these filaments hydrogel, graphene oxide and even parasites. They have been found in human blood, meat, rain water, masks, medical injectables and more.
Image: C19 unvaccinated blood shows CDB synthetic biology filaments in live blood.
Please review my many substack posts that have documented all the previous experiments including electrical conductivity studies, infrared spectroscopy, blood cultures and more.
Chronopotentiometry is an electrochemical technique in which the effects of an electrical current and voltage are observed over time. Dilute fresh C19 unvaccinated blood was used, 0.1ml of blood in 2 ml of water. The energy applied was 3 milliamps of DC current for 2 hours with an approximate resulting voltage of - 3 Volts. This process was described in detail in the six paper series published by Clifford Carnicom in 2022. Blood alterations - 6 part series.
A foamy layer forms at the top of the surface that emanates from the working electrode. In addition, there is a settling of a layer at the bottom. The upper foam is a dark grey brown color. The bottom is a bright dark red layer.
Both layers are investigated by microscopy. The foam layer did not show many filaments or CDB’s. From the lower level, 100 microliters from the bottom of the vial were extracted with a micro pipette.
In image 1 seen above, the two red circles mark the classic structures of CDB’s with visible filament structure. We have shown that the filaments grow from the CDB’s. Please note that the magnification of images 1 and 2 is 1600x. Our previous images showed magnification of 160x. We are documenting genesis of filaments at a smaller scale.
Image: C19 Unvaccinated Blood -Lower Layer after Voltammetry. 1600x Magnification. Filament and CDB seen
Chronopotentiometry appears to be a method that quickly can isolate from the blood the minute CDB’s and the filaments that grow from them. Historically the culture work took weeks and months. The application of an electrical current can accelerate the process for further investigation. We encourage other scientific teams to replicate our experiments to identify the concerning live blood changes seen in humanity.
Cultures developed from the CDB contain DNA. The C19 vials have been shown to contain plasmid bacterial DNA. If there is any overlap between this synthetic organism and what is in the vials, the proof of this correlation would advance our understanding significantly.
In previous historical documentation Clifford showed how the CDB’s affect red blood cells.
Image: CDB’s infecting red blood cells
An organism and a method that damages the condition of the blood has now been identified and it has been directly observed. The blood variations reported here are in direct association with the existence of and the severity of the so-called “Morgellons” condition. The degradation occurs, at least in part, as a result of the existence of a chlamydia-like organism that has been repeatedly called to attention within the research during the past several years. This organism, along with a pleomorphic form tentatively identified as a mycoplasma variation, as well as certain filamentous forms, have been identified as common denominators in past and active biological and environmental examinations. It will be recalled from earlier studies that essentially all individuals observed thus far display the presence of these blood anomalies to varying degree; statistically it would certainly appear as though the general population is subject to these forms. It has also been stated that the severity of the damage to the blood appears to occur in direct correlation with the manifestation of symptoms of the Morgellon’s condition.
We showed that it is this organism that is responsible for the transformation of the blood to this unrecognizable filament network under the influence of electrical current:
Image: Unvaccinated blood, extensive filament network seen under 10 micro amp electrical current. Magnification 160x
In a following post, I will be describing new infrared spectroscopy findings on the organic and inorganic chemical nature of the CDB that has direct implications upon the health and state of human blood.
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