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    Default Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    presented without comment...

    https://twitter.com/SoberCDA/status/...080318979?s=20

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    Default Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

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    presented without comment...

    https://twitter.com/SoberCDA/status/...080318979?s=20

    Interesting tweet in the responses to the video:



    I saw something awhile ago about pregnancy/fertility being effected by changes in geomagnetic conditions. It may be something Velikovsky posited? I can't find the reference now, be interested if anyone reading this has seen it before?

    Anyway, the thought did occur that some, many, or all of the various symptoms could be caused by something other than the vax, which could explain non vaxxed people also being subject to them, though not if there's a firm correlation between exposure to vaxxed people and onset of condition.

    I've been looking for a reference

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    Default Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    Quote Posted by mountain_jim (here)
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    https://twitter.com/SoberCDA/status/...080318979?s=20

    MAGNET STICKS TO AREA INJECTED BY THE VACCINE- ARE THE VACCINATED GETTING MICROCHIPPED?
    Just for the record, I very profoundly doubt this. Sometimes I can can only just get a little magnet to stick to my fridge, let alone someone's forearm.

    To detect the presence of something small and metallic, an electronic stud finder would be the thing. (Abductees have used them on occasion to locate truly tiny ET implants in their bodies.)

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    Default Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    ...

    ... from Jim Stone:
    Covid jab magnetic reactions???

    THIS IS CONFIRMED. OTHER PEOPLE WHO GOT THE COVID JAB ARE CONFIRMING THIS HAPPENS. UPDATE: YOU CANNOT GET AN MRI FOR 6-10 WEEKS AFTER THE SHOT BECAUSE OF THIS, (SCROLL DOWN)

    The Pfizer jab does indeed make a magnet stick to people's arms where they got the shot. This woman does not specify how long after, but you'll need a neodymium magnet for this to show. I have now confirmed the shot probably contains nanobots, because you are supposed to wait 6 - 10 WEEKS after the shot before you get a MRI most likely because the nanobots have to disperse or the MRI will rip your arm apart.



    That's a strong attraction. How's that going to work in an MRI???WHOAH!!! I GOT THE ANSWER: YOU ARE NOT SUPPOSED TO GET AN MRI WHERE THE SHOT WAS FOR 6 - 10 WEEKS AFTER THE SHOT!!!



    LET ME GUESS: People appear to be dis-connected from their souls and many notice they have been dis-connected and change in big ways after the shot because those nanobots go into your brain (or wherever else they are supposed to go) and they physically sever the body/soul connection. I BET I AM RIGHT.



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    Default Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    ...

    ... update on the "vaccine" magnetic content from Jim Stone:
    11 different videos of magnets sticking to the vaccine site

    I am glad I forced this issue, it went viral and people are now confirming this. They won't keep this contained.

    What I learned from these vids: It is not a spurious weak effect. It sticks with enough force to attract weak refrigerator magnets. You do not need a neodymium magnet to test this. AND, you can forget MRI's, probably forever because the magnet sticks to weeks old shots just as strongly as it sticks to shots from the same day. This means it is not dispersing. I don't know what to say.


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    Default Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    Quote Posted by Gwin Ru (here)
    ...

    ... update on the "vaccine" magnetic content from Jim Stone:
    11 different videos of magnets sticking to the vaccine site

    I am glad I forced this issue, it went viral and people are now confirming this. They won't keep this contained.

    What I learned from these vids: It is not a spurious weak effect. It sticks with enough force to attract weak refrigerator magnets. You do not need a neodymium magnet to test this. AND, you can forget MRI's, probably forever because the magnet sticks to weeks old shots just as strongly as it sticks to shots from the same day. This means it is not dispersing. I don't know what to say.

    For the record:

    I just held a refrigerator magnet up to my twice vaccinated arm. Nothing.
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    Default Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    Quote Posted by Gracy May (here)
    I just held a refrigerator magnet up to my twice vaccinated arm. Nothing.
    How long since you were vaxxed? Also, the lady in the video said Pfizer but you had Moderna, right?

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    Default Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

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    Quote Posted by Gracy May (here)
    I just held a refrigerator magnet up to my twice vaccinated arm. Nothing.
    How long since you were vaxxed? Also, the lady in the video said Pfizer but you had Moderna, right?
    I had the second shot April 27th, so that would now be 15 days ago.

    Yes, that’s correct it was Moderna. For grins I tested the magnet thing out on a good friend who was over this morning, who just so happens to have had her second Pfizer shot the very same day. She thought I was nuts but I just said please humor me as this is something hot going around the internet these days and I want to test it out for myself.

    Same result nothing happened.
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    Default Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    Quote Posted by Gracy May (here)
    Quote Posted by TomKat (here)
    Quote Posted by Gracy May (here)
    I just held a refrigerator magnet up to my twice vaccinated arm. Nothing.
    How long since you were vaxxed? Also, the lady in the video said Pfizer but you had Moderna, right?
    I had the second shot April 27th, so that would now be 15 days ago.

    Yes, that’s correct it was Moderna. For grins I tested the magnet thing out on a good friend who was over this morning, who just so happens to have had her second Pfizer shot the very same day. She thought I was nuts but I just said please humor me as this is something hot going around the internet these days and I want to test it out for myself.

    Same result nothing happened.
    Folks on Reddit are reporting no magnetism (not that they're reputable, necessarily). This would be very easy to fudge and all of the videos are from social media people hoping for likes. A magnet could have a small amount of sticky on one side, which could be scraped into place for the "it sticks" shoot and knocked back to the side for the other arm, or literally flip it. Some of them may have had larger magnets behind their arms. Only one of the videos convinced me with the acting. I don't feel that this is real. The amount of metal would not cause a reaction on a weak fridge magnet like that, but a tacky coating of a glue might.

    I'm not convinced that these are anything other than an attempt to go viral with spooky content. Obviously working as I saw this video both here and on Reddit today.
    Last edited by Ti; 12th May 2021 at 14:48. Reason: Added the quote since I started a new page.
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    Default Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    Quote Posted by pueblo (here)
    the magnetic jab site thing
    I have to say, if I may, that I think this is a hoax or a bad joke, and/or maybe even malevolently inserted into the discussions to make anti-vaxxers look like a bunch of crazy unscientific flat-earthers.

    Looking at the physics of this, there seems (to me) to be absolutely no way a magnet could be held in place on skin — which is not even a direct contact — by something (even if metallic) that has to be truly tiny, or even nano-sized.

    It's like trying to hold up something like a washing machine or an engine block with a piece of thin cotton. It'd never stay there. I'm as sure as I can be that this is a distraction that actually harms the arguments. (And there are plenty of those, more than enough, all very solidly founded.)
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    Default Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    I believe Gracy said she tried this, and hers did not stick.
    Would be interesting to read what results (if any) members here might find by testing this with people we know who have had the vax.
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    Default Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    Just listened to a report on the Covid jab that is alarming. Two things stuck out... it's almost funny but true, if you took the jab you might try this test. Place a magnet over the skin in the area of the injection. The woman in the video did & used a small magnet and it moved & attached to the skin. There were rumors of the Gov planting a microchip that passes easily through the eye of the needle.

    go to the 41 min mark and see it happen...

    https://rumble.com/vh2vyb-5.15.21-th...-and-more.html

    ...also heard another report (cant recall where watching it was a doctor stating though) that the test for Covid also has a tiny microchip sealed in the protective wrap that protects the swab before it goes in your nose. Also why does the packaging for the COVID shot have no warnings and contraindications inside when it is opened? The paperwork inside is totally blank. Even the people giving the injection cant tell you what the shot is comprised of. Weird huh? So did a magnet respond to your Covid injection site?

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    Default Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    • ULTIMATE COMPILATION: Covid Vaccine & Magnets Sticking To Arm (Many Examples) - May 11th, 2021:

    Source: https://www.bitchute.com/video/s5SayurtAssn
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    Default Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

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    So did a magnet respond to your Covid injection site?
    Short answer is no. Here's my more expanded answer:
    https://projectavalon.net/forum4/sho...35#post1427835
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    Default Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    It seems I'm a bit late to some of the Covid postings Gracy May. I think multiple threads on one issue can lead to repeating subject matter or issues already put to rest. I would still rather have people informed even though and say sorry if it was already debated in another thread.

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    ...

    ... what I find convincing are the stud finders... and, as I wrote before, it would be interesting to check the vials directly for ferrofluids.

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    Default Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

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    • ULTIMATE COMPILATION: Covid Vaccine & Magnets Sticking To Arm (Many Examples) - May 11th, 2021:


    Source: https://www.bitchute.com/video/s5SayurtAssn
    I'd earlier dismissed this [almost] out of hand. Simply trying to be logical, I just couldn't see a way it could physically work. There'd have to be a LOT of metal in there to cause this kind of effect.

    But I do want to say that after watching this video, something highly strange definitely seems to be happening. The vaxxed people in the videos really didn't look like actors or hoaxers. Some of them were evidently bewildered, and a little more than surprised.

    And I still can't think of an explanation. At 10:58, one man even used a sensitive handheld stud finder, and it signaled something was in there. (As was frequently expressed in the video — WTF??)

    Taking an executive decision here: this topic needs a new thread of its own. I've moved a bunch of posts from this and several other threads to gather them all in this one new place.
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    Default Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    Well, they've got injectable chips now:

    https://interestingengineering.com/s...netic-medicine

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    Default Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    Quote Posted by TomKat (here)
    Well, they've got injectable chips now:

    https://interestingengineering.com/s...netic-medicine
    Yes. I'm sure they do. But the size of anything that could pass through a very thin syringe is tiny. And then there's the question of why whatever-it-is-that's-magnetic is staying in place [apparently], and not being absorbed by the body if it's a ferrofluid.

    So logic suggests, at least to me, that the magnetic substance, if it's in there, is a solid — but it has to be super-super-small. And much deeper in the arm than just a few millimeters. (Think of how far the injection needle goes in.)

    How can something so small (and so relatively distant from the skin surface) hold a relatively very heavy magnet in place??

    I joked above that sometimes I can't even get my fridge magnets to stick properly (if, for instance, there are several sheets of paper between the magnet and the fridge). I'm no longer doubting that something odd seems to be happening. But I still don't understand how it can work.

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