How is it possible that Magnets and other Metallic objects ‘Stick’ to the arms of many People Vaccinated with Covid Vaccines?


When we first received the information, photos and videos a few weeks ago, we didn’t want to comment on it because we never publish anything that we haven’t checked the truth of beforehand, but there are many doctors, nurses, dentists, biologists and naturopaths that we have spoken to who have personally told us that they have checked it on their recently vaccinated patients. In fact, some of the photos we are publishing were sent to us by them.

Magnetism produced by Vaccines is Real

Initially, the statements referred to small magnets -especially deneodymium-, but later we found that all kinds of metallic objects stick to the vaccination site: Paper clips, safety pins, coins, spoons, scissors, cutter knives….

We have even received cases of trays of a certain size, the reality of which we have not been able to verify because they are placed on shirts, just like a video showing a light bulb glowing at the exact injection site when placed there!

Presumably this will be confirmed or refuted in the coming weeks, but at press time we were unable to judge. In any case, it is obvious that the phenomenon is neither a “set-up”, nor a “lie”, nor a “hoax”, no matter how much the “vaccinologists” and the self-proclaimed “truther” try to make us believe it, given the impossibility of giving a rational explanation.

They claim that they only stick to the skin of people who have a lot of body fat, but they ignore that they also “stick” to clothing.

They have reached the absurdity of denying the evidence: The magnetism produced by vaccines is real! So? We are not able to explain the cause – and it is not up to us – but we can assert that it is a real phenomenon and that denying the facts is neither rational, nor scientific, nor ethical.

Therefore, the medical and health authorities, our political representatives, the state security forces and bodies, and the judges and prosecutors should step forward, because the allegations about what is behind all this farce are very disturbing.

In the journal, we have explored the various possibilities that might explain the phenomenon of so-called “magnetovaccines,” and we have uncovered several, including that they actually carry magnetic nanoparticles instead of lipid nanoparticles as transporters of peptides, proteins, and nucleotides inside cells.

Today, any advanced engineer knows that magnetofection, as the use of nanoparticles and magnetic forces to introduce foreign material into cells is called, is widespread and that among them are the SPIONs, supermagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles of 1 to 100 nanometers formed by magnetites that can be detected only with sophisticated electron microscopy equipment.

It should also be recalled that a team at Stanford University claims to have created ferritin capable of accumulating 8,000 million atoms of iron within itself by modifying transgenic neo-proteins!

And that a few years ago, engineer Sakhrat Khizroev created and patented a new class of magnetoelectric nanoparticles that can cross the blood-brain barrier, position themselves next to neurons, and send and receive information through electrical signals, allowing information exchange between a brain and a computer without wires or implants, and that he is now investigating the possibility of using biodegradable nanoparticles based on carbon nanostructures.

According to Khizroev, the magnetic nanoparticles he has designed differ from conventional ones in that they can be displaced at will by magnetic fields because the core is ferromagnetic and the layer is ferroelectric.

On the other hand, we must not forget that the use of nanoparticles is already common in all kinds of industries, with four main types: carbon-based (spherical, ellipsoidal or tubular), metal-based (single-electron transistors and nanoparticles of gold, silver or reactive metals), dendrimers (nanometric polymers) and composites (combination of nanoparticles with others or with materials of larger dimensions).

And let’s not forget that today nanoclusters, nanocrystals, and nanotubes – made of reduced graphene oxide, for example – are virtually undetectable to most researchers. Are they present – apparently without declaring it – in the “Covid vaccines”?

And could they be used to send and receive information from outside via radio frequencies? It is by no means out of the question.