Richard Hirschman, a certified embalmer and funeral director with more than 20 years of experience, has come forward with some mysterious and disturbing findings. In the time since the introduction of COVID-19 injections, which began around mid-2021, Hirschman says he has found “strange lumps” in the bodies of the deceased.
Unnatural and Fibrous Clots
In a world exclusive interview with the Dr. Jane Ruby Show, Hirschman describes unnatural, fibrous lumps that fill vessels and make embalming difficult. In the video above, you can see the long, rubbery lumps firsthand. Caution. Some of the photos are very graphic. “I’ve seen a handful of them,” Hirschman says, referring to a clot he pulled from the groin of a cadaver nearly as long as the leg.
The clot was so troubling that Hirschman took a photo, explaining that he thought, “I need to take a picture of this, because no one will believe what this looks like.” At the time of the photo, he had already pulled out several other clots of similar size from other bodies.
Hirschman’s observations were confirmed by colleagues, including Cary Watkins, who has more than 50 years of embalming experience. Watkins not only knows Hirschman personally, but says he is a credible embalmer. Watkins witnessed Hirschman remove the strange clots from a cadaver and said he has never seen clots like them in his five-decade career.
Strange White Clots: It’s Just Not Normal
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“When I do the embalming, I have to go into the vein. And for the embalming process, I have to drain the blood. So I pulled out this huge, long clot – a fibrous clot – before embalming,” Hirschman said.
The beginning of the clot, which resembles a white, rubbery worm, appears red and like a normal clot. The bulk of the clot, however, is different; it’s made of a white, fibrous material. “It’s just not normal,” he said, adding:
Normally, a blood clot is smooth; it’s blood that’s clotted together. But if you squeeze it or touch it or try to pick it up, it usually falls apart … you can almost crush it between your fingers and have it turn back into blood. But this white fibrous stuff is pretty strong. It’s not weak at all. You can manipulate it, it’s very pliable. It’s not hard … it’s not normal. I don’t know how anyone can live with something like that inside them.
The person who had the long clot taken out of him in the video had received a COVID-19 vaccination, but still contracted COVID-19. He was discharged from the hospital after testing negative for SARS-CoV-2, but died a few days later – “probably because he was full of blood clots,” Hirschman said.
He also learned from a reliable source that family members were upset because the man had been discharged from the hospital, even though he still felt ill and suffered from shortness of breath and shortness of breath.
A second photo in the video shows what the clots looked like after Hirschman rinsed them off. “I could literally rinse these clots off, rub the blood off of them, and this white stuff stubbornly persists to see what’s inside. It doesn’t dissolve. You can break it up, but it’s stretchy. When he talked to his colleagues, they told him they had observed the same thing.
Another unusual aspect of clots is that they are found in veins as well as arteries. Normally, clots are not found in arteries unless a person has been dead for several days, which was not the case when Hirschman found them.
It Looks Like Heartworms to Humans
Hirschman and a colleague pulled numerous fibrous filaments from bodies – a phenomenon he has never seen in his 20-plus-year career. He described them as worm-like, while a colleague said, “It looks like heartworms to humans.” However, they are not worms or parasites. As Hirschman said, he has never seen one move. In a comment, Dr. Robert Jay Rowen stated:
I have seen this video and it is frightening. This mortician could not draw blood from the leg veins to inject formaldehyde to preserve the body. He examined and found not only clots, which can be natural, but at the end of the clot he found dense, white, thread-like material that he described as worm-like, but I don’t want you to be fooled that it could be a parasite.
It looked like a twisted rope. You won’t believe it if you haven’t seen it. Worse, he found some of it in arteries that should never have such a thing because of the high blood flow. His colleagues have told him of similar findings since the COVID vaccine was introduced.
Hirschman said January 2021 was the busiest of his career, which happened to coincide with the introduction of the COVID-19 vaccine. He didn’t see the white “worm-like” structures right away, but as he sees them more frequently now, he worries about the future.
Many of those affected reportedly died of heart attacks or strokes. “Most people won’t see what I see. When doctors draw blood, they can’t see something like this.” Hirschman plans to have the substance chemically analyzed, adding that it is so common that when he embalms four bodies in a day, two of them have the fibrous clots.
Majority of Corpses Now Affected
Since November, Hirschman has found that more than 50% of the corpses he embalms are affected by the strange clots, and the trend seems to be upward:
If this is caused by the vaccine, which is what my gut tells me-I can’t prove it-if it is caused by the vaccine, imagine how many people will die in the future because people can’t live with this kind of substance floating around in their vessels.
And it’s amazing how many people are dying from heart attacks and strokes lately. If one of these little fibrous tissues gets into the brain, they suffer a stroke. If it gets into the heart, it causes a heart attack.
A person in his 50s that Hirschman embalmed died of a heart attack and had the white, fibrous clots. He was carrying his wallet, and when Hirschman searched for personal items, he discovered the man’s COVID-19 vaccination card inside.
“He’s been very busy with his embalming business since the vaccine was introduced,” Rowen said. “He’s never seen it before 2020 in 20 years of work. He doesn’t know if they’ve all been vaccinated. The frequency of occurrence seems to have increased from 50% to 80% of bodies in recent months.
Last month, Hirschman said, 24 of 35 people he embalmed had the clot. He is reluctant to share the results with the victims’ families because he doesn’t want to start a panic. However, if the composition of the fibrous material can be revealed, he is confident something can be done to avert the damage and save people’s lives.
Injections Double Risk of Acute Coronary Syndrome
Rare blood clots are consistently reported as adverse reactions to COVID-19 injections. In one case, 17-year-old Everest Romney received his first dose of the Pfizer injection and suffered extreme swelling of his arm and neck that very night. Two days later, the previously healthy athlete was unable to lift his head due to the pain and swelling. A pediatrician dismissed the concerns, blaming them on a sports injury.
The mother insisted on a CT scan, which revealed a blood clot in the jugular vein on the side where he had received the shot. Later, rare blood clots were also found in his brain. He was admitted to the intensive care unit, where doctors still refused to acknowledge that the clots could be related to the injection.
A study published in the Nov. 16, 2021, issue of the journal Circulation is also of particular importance in light of Hirschman’s testimony. The study concluded that “mRNA vaccine dramatically increases endothelial inflammation and T-cell infiltration of the myocardium and may be responsible for the observed increase in thrombosis, cardiomyopathy, and other vascular events after vaccination.”
The risk of acute coronary syndrome (ACS) was more than twice as high in vaccinated subjects. This term encompasses not only heart attacks, but also a number of other conditions in which blood flow to the heart is abruptly interrupted. The signs and symptoms of ACS usually begin very suddenly and include:
- Chest Pain/discomfort often described as aching, pressure, tightness, or burning sensation
- Pain radiating from the chest to the shoulders, arms, upper abdomen, back, neck and/or jaw
- Nausea and/or Vomiting
- Falta de ar
- Sudden profuse sweating
- Drowsiness, dizziness and/or fainting
- Unusual or unexplained Fatigue
In patients who received two doses of mRNA, the five-year ACS risk more than doubled, increasing from an average of 11% to 25%. In a Nov. 21, 2021, tweet, cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra wrote:
Extraordinary, disturbing, staggering. We now have evidence of a plausible biological mechanism for how the mRNA vaccine may contribute to increased cardiac events. The abstract was published in the most important cardiology journal, so we need to take these results very seriously.
Fibrinolytic Enzymes Can Help
If you have received a COVID-19 injection and are experiencing injection-related symptoms, the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Working Group (FLCCC) I-RECOVER15 protocol for COVID syndrome on long-haul flights has been used with similar success to treat injection-related symptoms.
The protocol can be downloaded in its entirety and provides step-by-step instructions for treating COVID syndrome in long-haul flights and/or reactions to COVID-19 injections. If you have had an injection and would like to reduce the risk of potential complications, I would recommend some basic strategies.
- Make sure you measure your vitamin D levels and take enough vitamin D orally (typically about 8,000 units/day for most adults) and/or get enough sun exposure to ensure your levels are 60 to 80 ng/ml (150 to 2000 nmol/l).
- Eliminate all vegetable (seed) oils from your diet, which means you should avoid almost all processed foods and most restaurant meals unless you can be sure the chef cooks only with butter. Avoid all sauces and salad dressings in restaurants because they contain seed oils.
- Also avoid chicken and pork, as they are rich in linoleic acid, the omega-6 fat that almost everyone eats in far too large amounts and that contributes to oxidative stress that causes heart disease.
- Consider taking about 500 milligrams of NAC per day, as it helps prevent blood clots and is a precursor for the body’s production of the important antioxidant glutathione.
- Hirschman recommended taking aspirin daily, but you should instead take fibrinolytic enzymes, which break down the fibrin that leads to blood clots, strokes and pulmonary embolisms. The dose is usually two, twice daily, but must be taken on an empty stomach, either one hour before or two hours after a meal. Otherwise, the enzymes will digest your food rather than the fibrin in the blood clot.
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11. Mayo Clinic ACS