Peer-Reviewed Study Finds Metal Objects in 94% of Jabbed People
A peer-reviewed study in Italy has found that over 94% of jabbed
people who experienced side effects had abnormal blood containing
metallic substances one month after vaccination.
This new study was published in August 2022 in the open access
peer-reviewed journal, International Journal of Vaccine Theory
(https://bit.ly/3DiMf9U), Practice, and Research (IJVTPR).
Starting in March 2021, three Italian surgeons analyzed peripheral
blood, using a single drop from each of 1,006 symptomatic patients
who had had at least one mRNA jab.
Thegatewaypundit (https://bit.ly/3qpiLQa) reports: According to
the study, "there were 948 subjects (94% of the total sample) whose
blood showed aggregation of erythrocytes and the presence of
particles of various shapes and sizes of unclear origin one month
after the mRNA inoculation."
Erythrocytes (https://bit.ly/3LiNXKF) also known as red blood cells
contain a protein called hemoglobin, which carries oxygen from the
lungs to all parts of the body.
"In 12 subjects, blood was examined with the same method before
vaccination, showing a perfectly normal hematological distribution.
The alterations found after the inoculation of the mRNA injections
further reinforce the suspicion that the modifications were due to
the so-called "vaccines" themselves. We report 4 clinical cases,
chosen as representative of the entire case series. Further studies
are needed to define the exact nature of the particles found in the
blood and to identify possible solutions to the problems they are
evidently causing," it added.
"Of the 1,006 subjects, 426 were males and 580 were females and
141 of them received only a single dose of the mRNA experimental
injection, 453 got a second dose, and 412 received a third dose. The
average age of the 1,006 subjects was 49 years and their age ranged
from 15-85. On the average, 5.77% of the 1,006 individuals had
normal blood samples in spite of their COVID-19 symptoms,"
according to the study.
"The remaining 94.23% had abnormal blood samples as illustrated
in the 4 cases we selected out of the 12 who were normal before
receiving any mRNA injections but were no longer normal afterward.
For each case, a drop of blood was drawn by pricking a finger and
was analyzed under a ZEISS Primostar orLEITZ Laborlux 12 dark-field
microscope. The observation of the blood under an optical microscope
in a dark-field took place an average of thirty days after the last
inoculation," the study added.
The three surgeons behind the study - Franco Giovannini, Riccardo
Benzi Cipelli, and Gianpaolo Pisano - claim that their findings are
similar to those of a study by Young Mi Lee, Sunyoung Park, and
Ki-Yeob Jeon from South Korea, titled "Foreign Materials in Blood
Samples of Recipients of COVID-19 Vaccines," (https://bit.ly/3eu2eri)
but the Italian study has "much larger sample."
"Our findings, however, are bolstered by their parallel analysis of the
fluids in vials of the mRNA concoctions alongside centrifuged plasma
samples from the cases they studied intensively. What seems plain
enough is that metallic particles resembling graphene oxide and
possibly other metallic compounds, like those discovered by Gatti
and Montanari, have been included in the cocktail of whatever the
manufacturers have seen fit to put in the so-called mRNA "vaccines."
The surgeons believed that the vaccine makers should provide an
explanation as to what is within the shots and why those components
"In our experience as clinicians, these mRNA injections are very
unlike traditional "vaccines" and their manufacturers need, in our
opinions, to come clean about what is in the injections and why
it is there," they said. Below are the results of the study: