Safe Blood Test?
by steve - 2023-02-17 17:49:20 ( in education, research) [php version]
I found and contacted the "safe blood" (unvaxed) folks. Here's the conversation...
I was not so foolish as to get the killer "vax" but my daughter who lives with her admittedly mentally ill "Mother" might have gotten it (I sent her an email asking about that and she didn't reply and she knows I'm against it, so I figure she doesn't want to admit to being vaxed),
So, is there some sort of test for spiked proteins (or any other indicator) in one's blood? (since some got saline solution instead of the "real thing", I figure that some who got vaxed still have safe blood.
Sent: Friday, February 17, 2023 at 08:00:24 AM PST
In reply to your question, currently there is no rapid test capable of differentiating between vaccinated and unvaccinated blood with one hundred percent certainty. However, Dark Field Microscopy (DFM) is one of several microscopy methods capable of detecting the effects in the blood subsequent to vaccination. At the moment, dark field microscopy is the tool of choice, with which the differences in the blood can be clearly seen. This short video shows the differences between vaccinated and unvaccinated blood under Dark Field Microscopy:
Apparently, differences can also be observed under a regular garden-variety microscope (but please note the following video has NOT been vetted by Safe Blood Donation)
Unvaxed Blood vs Moderna Triple Vaxed Blood Under Microscope: https://www.bitchute.com/video/NR3vroR9hUgT/
Please also see Question #9 on the attached FAQs, "How can I be sure that the blood I am offered really comes from unvaccinated people?"
Please let me know if you have any further questions.
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