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Imagine someone was to steal 5% of your life force from you. Would you be agreeable to that? What about 5% of the life force of all humans, would you sound the alarm? How about 10 to 25%? Even more?

Our mathematical model and repeated experiments show a result of such devastating consequences it has been stunning to us. In Clifford’s plain words:

“5-10 % loss is radical, but close to 50% is insane.”

I have been warning about the occurrence of sludge in the live blood of unvaccinated individuals. Its not rouleaux any more, the blood looks like a jello, incapable of transporting oxygen. In this sludge, many CDB/ hydrogel filaments are seen.

Image: C19 Unvaccinated Blood with classical CDB/ hydrogel filaments

I sent some of these C19 un-injected sludge blood samples to Clifford for testing of electrical conductivity. This revealed the lowest numbers yet of our samples, 4.8 milli siemens(mS) with the normal range being between 10-20 mS and for our purposes, we chose 15 mS as a conservative average. Other numbers were 4.8, 6.4, 6.7, 7.1 mS respectively. This is highly concerning. I have seen the rate of contamination accelerate significantly in people who try to do what they can to limit exposure to C19 injected individuals, environmental contamination etc.

The interesting observation is that the sample of the most visibly coagulated blood had the lowest electrical conductivity of 4.8 mS, hence it appears that there is a correlation between increased blood coagulation and low electrical conductivity. In one of the last papers, we recently discussed electrical conductivity.

Evidence Of Impaired Electrical Blood Conductivity, Iron Oxidation and Reduced Oxygen Transport Capacity In The Post C19 Injection Era: Ana Mihalcea, MD, PhD In Conjunction With Clifford Carnicom



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Evidence Of Impaired Electrical Blood Conductivity, Iron Oxidation and Reduced Oxygen Transport Capacity In The Post C19 Injection Era: Ana Mihalcea, MD, PhD In Conjunction With Clifford Carnicom

Image: Unvaccinated blood sample, extremely symptomatic patient with fatigue, cognitive impairment, anxiety, pain, palpitations. Blood looks like sludge around Hydrogel/ Graphene/CDB Filament Background: In this report, we present preliminary data on further blood conductivity studies and correlations to iron oxidation of the hemoglobin molecule within t…

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In this research update we did not just measure electrical conductivity but also electrical impedance. Impedance is a field of more sophisticated measurement related to electrochemistry. The reason to expand the analysis is for the dual purpose of 1. showing people how affected they are by this even if they think they are not and 2. to find measurable parameters to document if and how we are helping people reverse the problem.

Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy(EIS) can be understood with a comparison to the resonance of a radio antenna. As we can dial in to the resonant frequency of a radio antenna, we can also measure the resonance of a biological system. EIS looks at the response of a system over a range of alternating current(AC) frequencies. AC signals oscillate but DC signals do not; AC electricity dominates the modern world. Our equipment can vary the frequencies over a range of 1HZ to 25000Hz.

Blood, like everything in this material universe, has a resonant frequency. The point of maximum energy transfer occurs at the point of resonance. Resonance is a physical property in electricity. In biophysics – which I described in my book Light Medicine, A New Paradigm – The Science of Light, Spirit and Longevity – biphotonic coherence is equivalent to electrical resonance – this is where the system is operating most energy efficient and exhibits the maximum health.

The Graph shown above is the summary of all our data points so far. It represents an empirical model of the relationship of efficiency in energy transfer and blood conductivity from which we extrapolate the effect on health. We have the observation that coagulated blood reduces electrical conductivity and power/ energy transfer to the biological system.

If you look at the graph, it show that at 15 mS there is no loss of power. At 10mS there is a 10% estimated loss of power. The model is based on multiple regression analysis.

Resonance occurs at a specific frequency, not a range.

The black graph represents an idealized representation of what to expect.

The green graph represents blood operating at its normal range.

The red graph represents 17 samples of C19 injected and un-injected blood.


Again, we show even with conservative estimates that the power loss is commonly estimated on the order of 25-40%, and is as low as 47%.

Our question to the scientific community is this:

How could we see such conductivity and power loss numbers in people and not call for immediate worldwide scientific investigation of these findings?

If you would like to support our research Project “ What happened to Humanities Blood? “, please donate to Carnicom Institute. We are a team of scientists dedicated to saving the human species and our planet. Thank you.

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