by Alicia Green, Contributing Writer at Truth Comes to Light
July 9, 2021
People are concerned about mind-control nanoparticles in the SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccines. Should we be warned if an injection has the future potential to cause our brains to be controlled by the government, a corporation, or any outside source?
We are told the vaccines are to fight against COVID-19, but they might also be part of DARPA’s BRAIN Initiative.
DARPA says the goal of the project is to create “new, high-precision, minimally invasive technologies for modulating nerve circuits to restore and maintain human health.”
…they “would require only minimally invasive insertion producers such as injectable delivery through a needle.“
New vaccines being tested for SARS-CoV-2 will contain spike ferritin nanoparticles or aluminum hydroxide nanoparticles. The spike ferritin nanoparticle vaccine is currently being tested on our military and an aluminum hydroxide nanoparticle vaccine is being tested by SK Bioscience and The University of Washington, funded in part by The Gates Foundation.
There may be an increased demand for these new vaccines since they are being marketed as a vaccine solution for Covid-19 and its variants.
In a WRAIR press release, Dr. Kayvon Modjarrad, director of the Emerging Infectious Diseases Branch (EIDB) at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) stated:
“We are in this for the long haul,” said Modjarrad. “We have designed and positioned this platform as the next generation vaccine, one that paves the way for a universal vaccine to protect against not only the current virus, but also counter future variants, stopping them in their tracks before they can cause another pandemic.”
Dr. Modjarrad also stated in an interview with Scientific American:
“The biggest challenge is going to be maintaining focus on this next step of developing vaccines that anticipate pandemics.”
The new SARS-CoV-2 vaccine using aluminum hydroxide nanoparticles is being tested by SK Bioscience and The University of Washington. This vaccine is partially funded by The Gates Foundation and CEPI (The Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations).
The vaccine is named GBP510. It is currently going through clinical trials: “Safety and Immunogenicity Study of SARS-CoV-2 Nanoparticle Vaccine (GBP510) Adjuvanted With Aluminum Hydroxide (COVID-19)”
SK bioscience and CEPI are committed to enabling global equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines and have agreed that hundreds of millions of doses of this vaccine candidate will be made available to the COVAX Facility for procurement and equitable allocation worldwide.
People are concerned about nanoparticles in vaccines, especially iron/ferritin nanoparticles. Orwell City has obtained images of graphene nanoparticles in the current vaccines from Dr. José Luis Sevillano and researchers from La Quinta Columna. Dr. José Luis Sevillano believes, “This operation is not about killing people, it’s about controlling them.”
In the past, nanoparticles have been used in neurological studies that showed the ability to control genetically altered mice brains with magnets.
By using this technique to flip genes on and off, researchers could trace neural circuits and determine which behaviors or feelings are affiliated with specific pathways in the brain.
Ali Guler, a biochemist who led the study said,
“It’s essentially a biological nanomagnet.” … “You can manipulate any group of neurons that you would like to control.”
The aim: to see if they could switch ion channels open and closed in a way that might mimic the pleasurable effects of dopamine.
Their hypothesis: that the Magneto-carrying mice would scramble for the magnetized side because the open ion channels in their striata would give them a dopamine-like rush of pleasure. Indeed, they found that all six of the Magneto mice preferred to spend their time on the magnetized side of the chamber while all but one of the control mice kept to the non-magnetized end.
In the future, Guler says, this technique could be used to map neural pathways, tinker with behaviors, and compare neurons in different parts of the brain.
Other studies have shown nerve cell proteins can be made to react to radio waves or magnetic fields by attaching them to ferritin. An interesting side-note, The Rockefeller University has a patent on uses of ferritin nanoparticles.
Bio-nanotechnology is focusing on monitoring the human brain, nervous system, treating symptoms, and delivering medication. The NIH and DARPA have been researching this bio-nanotechnology for many years.
DARPA is testing an ElectRx program to deliver non-pharmacological treatments to humans by stimulating the peripheral nerves. This Electrical Prescriptions program can treat physical and mental health conditions.
DARPA’s former director, Michael Goldblatt, talked about creating a mind-controlled super soldier with a vaccine. According to an interview The Atlantic had with Goldblatt:
Goldblatt hired a biotechnology firm to develop a pain vaccine. If a soldier got shot, Goldblatt explained, the vaccine would “reduce the pain triggered by inflammation and swelling,” the desired result being “10 to 30 seconds of agony then no pain for 30 days.” Such a vaccine would allow the warfighter to keep fighting so long as bleeding could be stopped. To develop new ways to try to stop bleeding, Goldblatt initiated another program that involved injecting millions of microscopic magnets into a person, which could later be brought together into a single area to stop bleeding with the wave of a wand.
Livescience.com has reported that DARPA is using nanotechnology to read human minds. Excerpts from their interview with Jacob Robinson, an assistant professor of bioengineering at Rice University, reveal their use of nanoparticles for mind control:
The second protein tethers to magnetic nanoparticles, so the neurons can be magnetically stimulated to fire when the headset generates a magnetic field. This could be used to stimulate neurons so as to induce an image or sound in the patient’s mind. As a proof of concept, the group plans to use the system to transmit images from the visual cortex of one person to that of another.
On May 20, 2019 Rice University issued the press release Feds fund creation of headset for high-speed brain link:
“In four years we hope to demonstrate direct, brain-to-brain communication at the speed of thought and without brain surgery,” said Rice’s Jacob Robinson, the lead investigator on the $18 million project, which was announced today as part of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA) Next-Generation Nonsurgical Neurotechnology (N3) program.
If the purpose of these nanoparticles is to control the human brain, who will be at the controls and for what purpose?
Are we responsible for our actions if we are not in control of our own minds?
Futurist, Ray Kurzweil, says nanobots are the future of human evolution.
“We’re going to be funnier. We’re going to be sexier. We’re going to be better at expressing loving sentiment.”
War veteran Mikhail Schmidt claims he was injected with nanobots when he was a Marine. He claims these nanobots were activated and caused him to kill a stranger. As reported by American Military News:
During the trial, Schmidt testified about the killing, telling the jury that he saw a drunken Bravo walking back to the construction site on the evening of March 8, 2017. Schmidt told the jury he remembers “identifying (Bravo) as the target that Agent Orange wanted me to eliminate.”
Agent Orange, Schmidt said, was the name of a secret government agency that had injected him with nanobots while he was a Marine.
“That night, my nanobots were activated,” Schmidt testified. “Afterward, I knew, I am working for this agency now.”
Schmidt testified he does not specifically remember the killing, saying it had been more like a dream. Authorities said he slipped into the trailer and stabbed the sleeping stranger, twice in the kidney and once in the neck.
Maybe there should be a warning label on any item containing nanoparticles or nanobots that could potentially contribute to our brains being controlled by an outside source — especially if these nanoparticles or nanobots are in our vaccines.
Alicia Green is an instinctive researcher and writer, with BA in Psychology and BS in Advertising. She gained her first experience as an investigative news reporter while working for a student-run news publication, providing breaking news and information on issues affecting the university and local community.
Alicia Green is a contributing writer at Truth Comes to Light.
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