How injected nanonetworks (WBANs) enable neuromodulation and can hack into the source of your discernment and your freedom: your brain.

“Why do they reject video surveillance if you have nothing to reproach yourself for?” said Levallois Mayor Perret a few years ago, who ended up behind bars for embezzlement and corruption. The model citizen is the one who allows himself to be manipulated and then moulded. The one-world caste installs its control device on citizens by injecting them with Covid “vaccines”. Covid serums are an innovative biotechnological – and bacteriological – weapon capable of colonising the source of your discernment and freedom: your brain. Here are some elements of the technological feasibility of what the public too often regards as fiction.

Following yesterday’s article on the possibility of programming behaviour, here is an extract from the latest dossier Covid Vaccines and population control through injected nano-networks, which offers a chapter on the question of neuromodulation and the possibilities of influencing the brain at a distance through inoculated nanotechnology. The injections are falsely and officially presented as a vaccine against a laboratory-created disease that is being deliberately spread to achieve an agenda that goes far beyond what dictators of the past could have imagined:

What is meant by neuromodulation?

What is meant by neuromodulation and remote control of the human brain? Carbon nanotubes and graphene oxide cross the blood-brain barrier and contribute to modifying synapses and neuronal cell growth. Graphene oxide has an affinity for brain and heart cells because these organs generate a weak electromagnetic field due to their activity. These fields still need to be explored, as does the toxicity of these nanotechnologies in the human brain (see the list of publications in the dossier entitled Graphene oxide in the composition of Covid vaccines).

Carbon nanotube embedded in brain tissue, source: powerpoint by Mike Andersen Intracorporal Nanonetwork, 10 December 2021.

Mik Andersen explains that neuromodulation and neurostimulation are made possible by carbon nanotubes (graphene in tubular form), which act as electrodes activating specific regions of the brain, and can also be used as a neural interface capable of connecting to inoculated wireless nanocommunication networks, including graphene quantum dots (GQDs), graphene nanoantennas and a whole network for which simulation software, routing protocols and MAC protocols exist. WBANs already use these technologies and there is an extensive literature (see dossier).

Molecular communication integrated with carbon nanotubes with the ability to interact in wireless neural sensor nanonetworks is a scientific reality, as demonstrated in particular by the work of Abd-El-atty, SM et al. in 2018: “Molecular communication (MC) is considered a promising approach to transmit information in the intra-body nanonetwork. In this context, the use of nanomachines in the nano-network facilitates processing, actuation, logic and sensing operations.

In addition, the nanomachines have the ability to exchange information when interconnected through the nanonetwork. A simple intra-body nano-network can be realised by connecting a group of artificial/synthetic or biological nanomachines to perform complex tasks and functions in the human body, such as biomedical diagnosis and treatment, or neural signal transduction and neural control […].Carbon nanotubes facilitate molecular interaction between living cells, including neurons, through an interconnection based on stable switches for molecule coupling…… Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have the ability to recognise the release of neurotransmitter molecules in the nervous system of the nanonetwork.

Nanotechnology in the brain

Electromagnetic communication alone is not enough to monitor the central nervous system and especially neuronal tissue. For the proper functioning of the intra-body network and the monitoring of neuronal activity, molecular and electromagnetic communication must be connected in a hybrid approach.

In 2004, Roman C et al. explain: “We propose and simulate a very sensitive carbon nanotube sensor, capable of transposing ligand-protein binding, or more generally macromolecular recognition, to a frequency variation of an electric current. This is the basis on which the hybrid model of molecular-electromagnetic communication is built, demonstrating that their interaction, transduction or, if you prefer, translation of molecular signals into frequencies and pulses of electric current is possible.

While Akyildiz IF and Jornet JM have shown that carbon nanotubes are amenable to connection to neuronal communication nanonetworks, their neuronal application involves neuronal communication protocols, which are different from electromagnetic communication. These are hybrid models that have emerged for optimal functioning.

Neurons emit (electrical) voltage spikes that allow the release of neurotransmitter molecules that propagate in the axon. Stimulation of neurons therefore has an effect on the secretion of neurotransmitters and thus on neuromodulation. Therefore, it is not useless to inform those around you and to refuse these injections, which are deadly, invasive and can hack your brain. If neuromodulation is used in the treatment of certain pathologies, it has no justification in a vaccine.

Laurent Aventin

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