Video: This, I am Told, Is Energized Graphene Oxide

Check this out yourself.  I do know that there is medical/scientific acknowledgement of the “legs” on these small orbs or balls of what I’m told is graphene oxide, but I have zero confirmed data on this video.  I have no more information on this and it was sent to me anonymously yesterday.  I’m just presenting it to you in case you have more information.

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dawnkern013
dawnkern013
2 months ago

Theory: I believe they are creating megnetic energy via vaccines (graphene oxide). With time it will multiple in your body. This along with a micro magnetic field via volcano eruptions….short story, I believe they are testing us humans to travel speed of light. Gates head of the human guninea pig tests. Yet MANY involved, obviously. Ultimate control!!

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April
April
3 months ago

Sorry Jerry that was Dr Carrie Madej. It is on his Rumble channel.

April
April
3 months ago

Super creepy, it seems to have some kind of intelligence. Didn’t Dr Carrie Majed have a video of some kind of lifeform found in a vaccine under a high powered microscope? It might have been on the Stew Peters show.

David Knollhoff
David Knollhoff
3 months ago

So graphene oxide (GO) is essentially lead. Lead is a metal and lead metal in its purest form is a good conductor of electricity. So in this video it is not that the GO is moving because it is alive, it is not alive, it is not a living organism. But when electrical current is provided as is in this video then GO is forming bonds to the other GOs to create a conduit. Hypothesis: this is interesting because if GO is in some of the mRNA injection doses then it means its host is becoming an increased electrical conduit.

David Knollhoff
David Knollhoff
3 months ago
Reply to  Jerry

Yes. Great point. And being an antenna it can take on radio wave energy. Interesting.

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