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In this follow up substack, I am posting the images that Justin Coy, PhD was talking about regarding the Eye of Horus Phenomenon that he also discovered in C19 injected individuals.

I explained the research of Dr Hildy Staninger with UV light in finding self assembly nanotechnology markers after aerial spraying of pheromone pesticides in California in 2008.

Here is the article abstract:

Here is an image of the flourescent spots in the eyes after this nanotechnology pesticide deployement in 2008 detected by Dr Hildy Staninger:

As Dr Staninger explained in her article, attacking the limbic system with self assembly nanoparticles and potentially pheromones, can affect memory, emotions, and was speficially suspected to cause fear.

In my interview with Justin Coy, PhD we discussed that many people can smell the C19 vaccinated, they emit a specific scent. I have had many patients complain to me that this scent is unpleasant.

The other interesting aspect of discovering the Eye of Horus markings in the C19 vaccinated is that Clifford Carnicom and I had found the difference between the C19 injected and uninjected is the extreme sensitivity to 4 HZ.

Prospective Difference Between C19 Vaccinated and Unvaccinated Blood: Electromagnetic Observations, ELF Response And Potassium Metabolism – Ana Mihalcea, MD, PhD and Clifford Carnicom

Dr Len Ber, a leader in the Targeted Individual movement has gracefully shared with me his functional MRI scan that shows 4Hz activity in the corpus callosum – a structure in close proximit of the limbic system – in the waking state – he is also C19 injected. 4 Hz is a brain wave activity of deep sleep. This indicates potential subliminal programming of the subconscious mind, also known as mind control. This is another attack on the surroundings of the limbic system of the brain. The olfactory system of smell also is affected. Isn’t it interesting how many people lost their sense of smell when the self assembly nanoparticles they called “Covid” was aerosolized? Do you know that is a way to emotionally manipulate people and affect their memory? The reason this connection is interesting is that the same phenomenon using pheromones was found in 2008 during aerial pesticide spraying.

Here is an article from Harvard that explains how the system works:

What the nose knows Experts discuss the science of smell and how scent, emotion, and memory are intertwined — and exploited

“Smell and emotion are stored as one memory.”

Dawn Goldworm, co-founder of “olfactive branding company”

Smells are handled by the olfactory bulb, the structure in the front of the brain that sends information to the other areas of the body’s central command for further processing. Odors take a direct route to the limbic system, including the amygdala and the hippocampus, the regions related to emotion and memory. “The olfactory signals very quickly get to the limbic system,” Murthy said.

For decades individuals and businesses have explored ways to harness the evocative power of smell. Think of the cologne or perfume worn by a former flame. And then there was AromaRama or Smell-O-Vision, brainchildren of the film industry of the 1950s that infused movie theaters with appropriate odors in an attempt pull viewers deeper into a story — and the most recent update, the decade-old 4DX system, which incorporates special effects into movie theaters, such as shaking seats, wind, rain, as well as smells. Several years ago, Harvard scientist David Edwards worked on a new technology that would allow iPhones to share scents as well as photos and texts.

During the talk she explained that smell is the only fully developed sense a fetus has in the womb, and it’s the one that is the most developed in a child through the age of around 10 when sight takes over. And because “smell and emotion are stored as one memory,” said Goldworm, childhood tends to be the period in which you create “the basis for smells you will like and hate for the rest of your life.”

I spoke about the fact that the military has weaponized pheromones in my interview with Justin Coy, PhD – this article is from 2008:

American military researchers are working to uncover and harness the most terrifying chemical imaginable: that most primal odor, the scent of fear. Pheromones are chemicals released by animals as signals to their own kind: for sex, for territorial marking, and more. They’re often detected in the olfactory membranes. But there’s more to pheromones than attraction. Many animals have an alarm pheromone which is used to signal danger; aphids, for example, use it to cause their fellow lice to flee…


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