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Magnetic Vaccine

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  • So presumably the entire vial is also magnetic? But no one thought to check and record it. That video was pretty unwatchable. A screen grab of a pc screen watching a whatsapp video through a curtain would have been better.




  • astrofool wrote: »
    Magic, the magic that allows them to have antennae smaller than physically possible is also the magic that allows them to fit into a syringe needle, and the magic that allows a piece of metal smaller than the bore of a needle to be big enough to attract a magnet.

    But look, if you don't believe in magic, then there's nothing else I can do to convince you otherwise.

    No no, it's a mystery don't ya know, a mystery.




  • mrcheez wrote: »
    One issue in that video is why don't we see the people testing the magnets on other parts of their arm, or on the same spot on the opposite arm?

    Making sure to hold the arm in the same angle obviously, not more vertical

    The other issue with the video is it looks like it was recorded with the reversing camera off a Dacia Sandero, terrible quality.




  • If you’re concerned about this wait until you hear about multivitamins and all the iron and zinc they put into them. Hope you haven’t eaten any bananas recently either.




  • So after having the vaccine you can't fly because you'd set off the security scanners?

    Wake me up when it's all over.



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  • so why is the magnet only sticking to where the jab went in an not on the rest of the body ?

    You should be asking yourself the same thing. If it was a 'magnetic' vaccine, the magenet would stick all over the body as the metal would coarse throughout the body.




  • there is no known medical benefit to having metalic substance in the body so it must be for other reasons

    Well you would quite literally die without iron being in your body. That seems like it would have a bit of a benefit?




  • Well I have gone through many many hoops to disprove conspiracy theories in the last year... Today I held a magnet to where I got my vaccine. The magnet fell and chopped the kitchen floor tile.
    Ive never felt so stupid in all my life.




  • A number of videos has surfaced of people able to stick a Magnet on their arm's where they got the vaccine.

    As magnets are only attracted to metal this indicates that there must be some sort of metalic substance in the vaccine.

    So why would there be a metalic substance in the vaccine ?

    there is no known medical benefit to having metalic substance in the body so it must be for other reasons

    one theory going around is that its easier to track a person if they have lumps of metal floating around their bodies especially for the new 5G network currently being installed in cities and towns. Big brother could easily spy on you through walls if your light up with all these metalic substances.

    Another theory is that your tagged and numbered with some sort of micro chip for the future digital id system and cashless society their building for the future .


    Rolling on the floor laughing at this!!!!!!!!
    Brilliant parody... I hope.

    Otherwise it's "the invasion of the idiots" again




  • Looking forward to being able to use fridge magnets instead of tattoos for body art - much less hassle :D:D:D

    (Sadly the first Moderna shot wasn't strong enough, but I have hope for June :p)


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    If only I'd never had that vaccine.

    Wake me up when it's all over.





  • I just stuck a magnet to my arm and I'm not vaccinated. Does that mean I'm some sort of freak?




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    If only I'd never had that vaccine.

    Dropped the hand on the Mrs last night and an inadvertent claw extension almost sliced the fanny off her ;) :pac:

    Still between my improved 5g and WiFi speeds it's a risk she'll haveta learn to live with.




  • bb1234567 wrote: »
    You should be asking yourself the same thing. If it was a 'magnetic' vaccine, the magenet would stick all over the body as the metal would coarse throughout the body.

    Not if the metallic particles are tiny submarines controlled via 5g.

    There is always a logical explanation!

    .




  • The funniest part of all of this is that the people who believe in this think it's because the vaccine contains a microchip. Microchips are made from silicon which is diamagnetic meaning it will repel a magnet rather than attract it.




  • aido79 wrote: »
    The funniest part of all of this is that the people who believe in this think it's because the vaccine contains a microchip. Microchips are made from silicon which is diamagnetic meaning it will repel a magnet rather than attract it.

    Which end of the magnet does it repel :D

    Wake me up when it's all over.





  • Which end of the magnet does it repel :D

    Both, it lines up perpendicular to the field.





  • good lord

    that's so depressing

    firstly that many people would be so pathetic as to each glue magnets to their arms (or worse; they are just sticky unwashed animals that anything would stick to)

    secondly that there are others out there that believe such utterly puerile garbage

    https://www.reuters.com/article/factcheck-coronavirus-vaccine-idUSL2N2N41KA




  • lawred2 wrote: »
    good lord

    that's so depressing

    firstly that many people would be so pathetic as to each glue magnets to their arms (or worse; they are just sticky unwashed animals that anything would stick to)

    secondly that there are others out there that believe such utterly puerile garbage

    https://www.reuters.com/article/factcheck-coronavirus-vaccine-idUSL2N2N41KA

    This is where we are at in the 21st century, and all spread by people thinking that everyone else are the sheeple that need to wake up.




  • lawred2 wrote: »
    good lord

    that's so depressing

    firstly that many people would be so pathetic as to each glue magnets to their arms (or worse; they are just sticky unwashed animals that anything would stick to)

    secondly that there are others out there that believe such utterly puerile garbage

    https://www.reuters.com/article/factcheck-coronavirus-vaccine-idUSL2N2N41KA

    Certain people have always been this stupid.

    But before the internet they had to rely on magazines, posters and ranting on street corners o try and spread their message.

    Also the only reason alot of them are still alive is due to all of the medical advances they complain about.


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  • There must be a huge cover up of people who have been vaccinated having their arms fly off, ripped from the shoulder when they get an MRI.




  • guy claims devices are now trying to connect to him through blue tooth after taking the vaccine ....

    https://www.brighteon.com/d38ec791-e96b-42d2-8f9a-883bef58fb12




  • Doesn’t work with Pfizer, damn...




  • guy claims devices are now trying to connect to him through blue tooth after taking the vaccine ....
    Yes. Crazy people claim crazy things.

    Why are you ignoring all of the points that have been brought up in this thread?

    Do you not realise that no one here, not even other conspiracy theorists are convinced by the really really silly claim?

    Honestly, you're kind of embarrassing them.
    Half probably think you're a paid government agent who's sent to make them look ridiculous.




  • King Mob wrote: »
    Yes. Crazy people claim crazy things.

    Why are you ignoring all of the points that have been brought up in this thread?

    Do you not realise that no one here, not even other conspiracy theorists are convinced by the really really silly claim?

    Honestly, you're kind of embarrassing them.
    Half probably think you're a paid government agent who's sent to make them look ridiculous.

    He's certainly doing a sterling job though!




  • guy claims devices are now trying to connect to him through blue tooth after taking the vaccine ....

    https://www.brighteon.com/d38ec791-e96b-42d2-8f9a-883bef58fb12

    "Person with really strong belief makes up stuff to validate that belief"

    Bigfoot watchers, Ghost hunters, UFO spotters, you'll notice the same pattern.




  • Dohnjoe wrote: »
    How does "lump of metal" fit down a tiny syringe needle?

    If it's "floating around the body" why do magnets stick to just one part of the body?

    Think.

    because it takes time to go around the body like this bloke...


    https://www.brighteon.com/e1cd6393-3cf1-419f-b9a4-3780c2a4cbfa




  • because it takes time to go around the body like this bloke...


    https://www.brighteon.com/e1cd6393-3cf1-419f-b9a4-3780c2a4cbfa

    What metal exactly is in the vaccine?




  • guy claims devices are now trying to connect to him through blue tooth after taking the vaccine ....

    https://www.brighteon.com/d38ec791-e96b-42d2-8f9a-883bef58fb12

    Very useful i wonder can he change tv channels if he can connect to it.


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  • Is "Brigtheon" the new place for videos too insane to make it to "Bitchute"?


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