Whether we continue or discontinue with the mask wearing, social distancing and finally – to jab or not to jab (that is the question?) – We can all agree that no-one would want to cause another to become sick and/or be hospitalized.
The latest news reports in medical circles, reveal that the vaccinated are actually causing others to be exposed – hence “the DELTA Variant” – and the soon to be presented: LAMBDA Variant. For more on this information – READ – “What the Delta Variant Means for Vaccinated and Unvaccinated People” published by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health – https://tinyurl.com/2ty2kerp
In effort to inform others of your vaccination status, people are being given a small card with vaccine type, date of vaccination and location information for people to carry around – as proof of their current “jab status”. This has worked out quite well, but – humans being as they are, not all have been completely honest in this effort, and have resorted to creating bogus VACCINE RECORDS and presenting falsified information.
Knowing ahead of time that this would likely happen, the medical community, along with major players in BIOTECH and industry leaders in computer security, encryption and AI – have worked tirelessly to address this pressing issue – and to possibly provide a bridge into other areas of public security efforts: DIGITAL IDENTIFICATION. (see ID2020.org )
It turns out that we may be able to use something as basic as “light” to provide a safe and secure digital identification method – that is permanently tied to our bodies.
Did you know that human beings actually “glow” in visible light (not the light from infrared, that we cannot see) – the light is not very powerful – but yes! We actually glow. You can read more about this on a National Geographic piece: https://tinyurl.com/tvxxb4uw
A few interesting points: The amount of glow one gives off is highest at mid-day, and it turns out that our faces give off the most light! I guess, Moses coming down mount Sinai after meeting with God, was nothing unusual?
Realizing that we humans already have a natural glow – scientists have created a way to add an additional feature/function to the CV Jab – (Does anybody know what is actually in the vaccines? There are rumors that the warning labels in vaccine packaging are blank?)
In November 2019 the FDA announced a “Luciferase Immunoprecipitation System (LIPS)… which is a rapid, simple, and sensitive test to detect antibody response…” (such antibodies would be produced when you are given a vaccine) FDA post: https://tinyurl.com/yh78ctyc
At around the same time, Scientific American published a new technology to be used to “embed a child’s immunization records in their skin”. the technology includes a “micro-needle array” that uses a “snake-fang” array of tiny needles that inject the LUCIFERASE compound, that would store a child’s vaccine record in digital format. The brunt of this scientific effort was funded by the philanthropic efforts of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. https://tinyurl.com/xw5x3u2
The LUCIFERASE patches resemble a spiky piece of Velcro, with hundreds of tiny microneedles made of sugar. The needles prick just into the skin and quickly dissolve, releasing the vaccine into the tiny abrasions and inducing a potent immune cell response despite the minute amount of the vaccine material – far more potent than an intramuscular injection. The included LUCIFERASE compound would be able to detect the resultant antibody reactions – as the “infra-red spectrum light” from the LUCIFERASE can be read by a cell-phone camera.
Your “shining-light” would provide instantaneous digital feedback on medical records and vaccine status – providing a much-needed security measure for public vaccine records. This impressive technology reminds me of the scriptures that speak of the light that is in every individual. (read Matthew 6:23 and Luke 11:35)
The peace and security of our nation, and the world – is looking brighter every day!
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