On the topic of invasive medical interventions, before we even get to vaccines and nanochips, or even nasopharyngeal tests, what about the temperature laser guns?
You may be unlucky enough to live in an area where businesses are now doing thermal screening by pointing a gun at your forehead.
Medical consequences aside, this is blatant and disgusting conditioning to get people used to having a gun pointed at their head. Think about what we’re allowing if we accept this new normal where gun-like devices are routinely pointed at our heads.
Think about the tremendous harm we’re doing to children if we allow them to become accustomed to this.
This interesting video discusses how the infrared ray from the gun may be damaging the pineal gland, the gateway to higher energy realms and consciousness. The man in this video quotes an Australian nurse:
“I’m really worried …are we being desensitized to be targeted at the head and also causing potential health issues by aiming an infrared ray to the pineal gland?
I went to a shopping mall and people were lining up to get their temperature taken by an employee who obviously was not a medic and was not properly educated on how to correctly perform this procedure.
Many were shocked when it was my turn and I took the gun that was being directed at my forehead and re-directed it to my wrist.
I spoke softly but firmly and told that employee that an infrared thermometer must never be pointed at someone’s forehead, especially babies and young children.
In addition it requires basic knowledge of how to properly read someone’s temperature, i.e. placing a thermometer on the wrist or elbow fold is much more accurate and much less harmful.
It was very disturbing to me to observe children getting used to seeing an object in the shape of a gun aiming at their forehead and without any negative reaction from the adults as if this was normal and acceptable.
As a medical professional, I refuse to directly target the pineal gland which is located directly in the center of the forehead, with an infrared ray.
However, most people agree to go through this several times a day! Our pineal glands must be protected as it is crucial for our health now and in the future.
A standard infrared thermometer absorbs infrared but doesn’t emit it, so from that perspective they are safe.
The problem with safety comes from laser thermometers, which emit a beam of light to highlight the area of the object being assessed to ensure accuracy.
This beam is categorized as a Class II laser which emit visible light below one milliwatt and can be sold as ‘pointers’ used to direct attention to information on smart boards or white boards in lectures.
Although they are generally classed as being safe, they can damage the retina if you stare into the beam.
Lasers produce an intense beam of light which can cause laser radiation in the form of thermal tissue damage. The dangers increase the closer you are to the laser the more serious the injury potential.”