These Post-Vaccine Blood Clots Aren't Blood Clots: There's Something Very Strange Going On

"If you add nitric acid to blood, it doesn't just go like pop and start oxidizing, almost bursting into flames."

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Mike Adams of Brighteon.com and the Health Ranger Report recently interviewed Dr. Jane Ruby, revealing earth-shattering findings if proven true. The interview is set to release early next week. Here's the headline:

EXCLUSIVE: Self-assembling vaccine clot biostructures harvest conductive metals from your blood – preliminary ICP-MS analysis results released

Essentially, they analyzed the elemental composition of the post-vaccine clots from deceased samples and compared those to naturally-occurring blood clots in untampered (non-injected) human blood. He says he has found several things that are "shocking."

#1) The post-vaccine clots are not made of blood

"It's clear from the elemental composition that the clots are not made of blood. Thus, they are not "blood clots." For example, in our human blood sample, magnesium (Mg) was at 35 ppm, while in the clot, magnesium was only 1.7 ppm.

Similarly, in human blood, iron (Fe) was measured at 462 ppm while it was 20.6 ppm in the clot."

#2) The clot was very low in key elements that would be expected to be seen in living biological tissue

"In addition to being low in magnesium and iron, the clot was extremely low in potassium (K) and calcium (Ca). It was also lower in trace minerals such as copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn).

This indicates the clots are not human tissue, and they are not simply blood vessel material, either. This ICP-MS analysis eliminates these alternative explanations for what could be causing the clots."

#3) Electrically conductive elements were higher in the clot material

“Surprisingly, the clot was found to be higher in certain elements that are electrically conductive. For example, tin (Sn) was found to be nearly six times higher in the clot compared to human blood. (943 ppb vs. 162 ppb). Tin is commonly used in solder to connect circuits on circuit boards.”

You can read Mike's full findings here.

But listen to the end of this short clip from Mike's full video.

"This clot is not a blood clot because blood does not act like this. If you add nitric acid to blood, it doesn't just go like pop and start oxidizing, almost bursting into flames. It was bizarre! It was literally popping and crackling and and kind of thrusting around like vectoring itself because of the little micro explosions or whatever was going on in that thing."

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The way he described that is appalling. But the overall findings could explain why we're seeing this weird phenomenon, where the presence of the spike protein causes the blood to clump the blood in the absence of platelets, as explained by Dr. Ryan Cole in an interview with Dr. Joseph Mercola.

"Dr. Reisa Pretorius, in her papers, has shown that you can take the spike protein in the absence of platelets, put it into platelet-poor plasma, and cause immediate clumping of the proteins in the absence of this little cascade that we always go through to form a clot. So that spike protein in and of itself induces a highly unusual clumping of proteins in our bloodstream, and so this explains partially why we're seeing some of these outcomes."

It will be interesting to see and hear the rest when the full interview is released. I’ll be sure stay on top of that story when it all comes out.

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