Unveiling Them


Blood Volume

Blood volume is critically low in two thirds of the population and is rapidly decreasing.

Heparin is fragmenting blood cells and the damaged cells are not being replaced.

Blood pH is now 7.65+, a hydrogen concentration too low to form new blood cells.

The remaining third of the population is increasing in (damaged) blood volume, well above the capacity of the vascular system.

Blood Flow
Blood flow is modulated by pulsed RF radiation, redirecting blood from vital organs (intestinal system and head) to the extremities.


Mast cells: located in/on mucous membranes, are deposits of histamine, serotonin, heparin, and other manmade nano-particles.

Histamine – plastic; vasodilator, most deposits in the extremities, causes inflammation.

Heparin – glass; strong vasodilator, fragments blood cells, readily ruptures blood vessel walls,
                 most deposits in the extremities.
Serotonin – rubber; vasoconstrictor, deposits in the intestines (95%) & brain, causes inflammation;
                    rubber nano-particles readily bind with host cells by chronic or acute stimulation.

Serotonin release from mast cells decreases blood flow into the intestines, by vasoconstriction.
Histamine and Heparin release increase blood flow into the extremities, by vasodilation.

Mast cell particles are released by the measles parasite (+spike protein) and RF radiation.
Measles binds released particles to host cells.
The carbon gas in the particles overwhelms the body, inducing corrosion by inflammation, necrotizing tissues and organs.

RF radiation stimulates mast cell release:
Histamine, serotonin and heparin have metal ions that react to magnetic fields, activated by RF. The electrical oscillations of the RF signal vibrate the metal ions, mobilizing the particles they are bound to, releasing the particles from deposit sites.

Persistent RF signal radiation is on all the time.

Pulsed RF signals have short "on" time and longer "off" time; total time = pulse recurrence interval (PRI).

Symptoms are less discernible to the population using a pulsed RF signal versus a persistent signal.
The operating RF of 4 GHz, a wavelength (λ) of 7.5 centimeters (3 inches), has the deepest penetration and the most damaging effects on the intestines and the head. Radiation damage increases with signal strength and/or exposure time.


Redirecting blood flow away from the intestines and head to the extremities:

Proper blood flow is required for digestion and waste removal. Blocking blood flow to the intestines causes waste to build up to a bacterial infection (sepsis) with severe inflammation and multiple organ failure, with the brain being the most frequent organ affected.