"They got me in my ear / ears as well. I'm tempted to have a friend remove them. I had a needle hole with blood over it after 2 RCMP came to my house knocked me uncouncious with the machine. I awoke to them tip towing out in slow motion. Hour…"
I have been in caves, out of the way camping areas where the battery started to run out and been under water. Given the circumstances and the retrieval of part of the implant after two surgeries in Mexico the deeper electronics part is…"
"Jim, I am not aware of any doctors that would remove implants. From what I have read, they put them in a lot of people without telling them, or informing them of what the capabilities are. However, I think most targets are experiencing some form of…"
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Jim, I am not aware of any doctors that would remove implants. From what I have read, they put them in a lot of people without telling them, or informing them of what the capabilities are. However, I think most targets are experiencing some form of radiation of another kind. The EMF may contain radio waves for the sound, but the effects people are reporting are done with something else. I have heard it referred to as gravity waves, scalar waves, or other such terminology. Delivery systems for such EMF that a target experiences have widely developed in the past decades, but it has been used and reported for millennia. Demons, ghosts, things which were labeled as witchcraft, female hysteria, are all evidence of it's uses on the world's populations. The just-as-ancient denial system fuels the outgrowth of fantasy and fiction which seems to be used as a weapon against the victims in that a doctor's or cop's line of questioning may have words intended to catch someone stating an assumption not based on clear evidence. To say that you are an "implant sufferer" is not a term that could be used at the doctor's office, even if true. The only case that I have heard of was in California where a man named David A. Larson had proof that doctors local to him were transmitting the signals because they owned the frequency it was being broadcast on. A link to the report: Larson Report Edit.pdf