“We’ll have nanobots that . . . connect our neocortex to a synthetic neocortex in the cloud . . . Our thinking will be a . . . biological and non-biological hybrid.”
~ Ray Kurzweil, TED 2014
Part 6 of the Series, “Of Monkeys, Mice and Men: From Natural Bodies to Digitized Bots”
Influenza and Zika and COVID, oh my!
Not to worry . . . the pandemic panopticon-obsessed problem-reaction solutionaries are here to save us! So they say . . .
In November 2020, I had an “aha” moment, when reading Hacking Matter: Levitating Chairs, Quantum Mirages, and the Infinite Weirdness of Programmable Atoms. The author, Wil McCarthy, who holds a patent in the sector of quantum dot technology, asserted, “At the nanoscale, where we find very tiny, very simple objects . . . the behavior of particles is governed by quantum mechanics . . . your ‘gut feel’ about how a particle should behave is virtually useless for predicting what it will actually do. This is because on the nanoscale, what we call ‘particles’ are really ‘probability waves’ . . . Probability waves can do ‘impossible’ things like leaping across an impenetrable barrier, or existing in many places at the same time, or apparently predicting the future, or being influenced by distant events much faster than the speed of light should allow.” McCarthy continued, “Objects much smaller than a micron in size start to behave in some very non-Newtonian ways . . .”
I have a sense that when top scientists discovered the bio-nano realm with their atomic force microscopes, they saw a land of opportunity for profit (i.e., in the field of bio-nanomedicine), but I also think they saw a land of plenty — intriguing depths of additional space with which to harness control. The nano space, similar to secret societies, has been highly occulted, as unsuspecting human beings are not equipped with atomic force microscopes with which to peer into our bodies, and the bodies of neighboring plants and animals. There is an entire world inside all of us much smaller than the micro level. When heading way down to the bottom of life’s existence, life has a meaning and function that literally disobeys the laws of gravity.
When we refer to “viruses” (or exosomes, or extracellular vesicles), we are delving into the realm of nanoparticles. These nanoparticles can be biological or synthetic, or possibly a hybrid of the two. It may be extremely challenging for us to gain an in-depth comprehension of the composition and function of an entity that not only may be considered non-living in a biological sense, but is much smaller than what scientists consider the microscopic realm of life. To get a sense of the size of nanoparticles — which can range in size from 1 nm to 100 nm — the thickness of a typical piece of paper is 100,000 nm. For further context, it is reported that an “Influenza virus” ranges in size from 80-120 nm, a “Zika virus” is 45 nm, and a “SARS-CoV-2 virus” ranges from 50 nm to 120 nm. As the size of a nanoparticle decreases in “nm,” it begins to approach the atomic scale. At the nanoscale, particles can confine their electrons, thereby enabling them to exhibit unexpected optical, physical and chemical capabilities, as well as producing quantum effects.
To facilitate our understanding of the nanoscale in relation to our physical bodies, it is helpful to listen to a few scientists central to the domains of nanomedicine and nanoengineering. Omid Farokhzad, Peter Hoffmann, and Metin Sitti got together at the World Science Festival in May 2013 to discuss the current nano-revolution, professing that nanobots can fix mutations in DNA or repair neurons in the brain.
At the 10:38 time-stamp (refer to World Science Festival hyperlink above) is a short clip (can also be viewed here) of the inside of a cell — on the nanoscale. It depicts the nano-level ribosomes as natural nanorobots. In fact, Peter Hoffmann describes RNA and DNA as “machines.” The video clip shows “cell garbage” (see the sac with spikes on it). While not described as a virus, or an exosome, it certainly looks like one (given that a spikey ball image has been implanted in our consciousness over the past year). It also shows proteins being made inside our cells. In response to watching this depiction of natural nanomachines, the host of the 2013 World Science Festival, states it appears to him that the biological nanorobots “had to be designed.” I tend to agree. Nature’s handiwork is brilliant!
Beginning at the 45:50 time-stamp (referring once again to the World Science Festival hyperlink above), Hoffmann outlines the traits of nanoparticles, explaining that they are controlled by electrical forces, and asserts that “gravity does not play any role at the nanoscale.” One needs an atomic force microscope to see the activity, and he displays a real image of the motion of a protein, which he calls a “walking robot.”
There are astute researchers who have invested crucial efforts in laying out the potential implications of embedded artificial nanobots — particularly in light of pandemic scenarios. I encourage you to take 45 minutes of your time to listen to Wayne McRoy, author of Cybernetic Messiah: Building the Antichrist System, in his July 2020 analysis, as he unpacks a 2008 scientific report in Sensors titled, “Nanorobot Hardware Architecture for Medical Defense.”
Here are several brief excerpts from the report as read by McRoy (emphasis added):
“. . . particularly interesting is the fact that medical nanorobots should also provide an effective tool for defense against biohazard contaminants . . .”
“This paper presents the use of nanorobots with embedded protein-based nanobiosensors providing a practical molecular machine for medical defense technology.”
“The proposed hardware architecture aims the use of medical nanorobots as an integrated platform to control contagious epidemic diseases.”
“Details on communication required for surveillance assistance and the integration platform to interface long distance monitoring with nanorobots are also given through the paper . . .”
“Furthermore, an important and interesting aspect in the proposed architecture is the fact that the same technique can be useful for other situations, like natural catastrophes or possible biohazard contamination, helping against pandemic outbreaks . . . when time and fast information is a key factor for public management . . .”
“. . . the nanorobots are applied to detect influenza inside body based on blood flow patterns and protein signals . . .”
As McRoy explains, the plan seems to be to get everyone enamored with their hand-held electronic devices, and to use pandemic (and bio-weapon) narratives as an excuse to embed this nanobot technology for ubiquitous medical surveillance. He emphasizes that this bio-nanobot platform is militarized (as indicated in the 2008 Sensors paper) and has dual-use capabilities, and thus, can be weaponized (see here). Further, it is next-level contact tracing, as the physical being can be traced in real-time with embedded bio-nanosensors, in tandem with cellular phones, satellites, and artificial intelligence (also indicated in the 2008 report). Lastly, the nanoscale bioelectronic interface can be bi-directional, thereby transmitting data back and forth wirelessly between the physical body and an external transceiver, similar to the application of “neural dust” (see this 2016 DARPA-funded study and this 2013 study).
Moving forward in the post-pandemic world, it would behoove us to become familiar with the spell-casting lingo of the bio-nano sorcerers, because, unfortunately, they have more fairy godmother dust waiting in the wings.
Do you see the writing of “0s” and “1s” on the enchanted wall?
We are not in Kansas anymore. What if the Wizard behind the curtain is a cybernetic being with a savior complex wishing to seed its cybernetic progeny? If this were the case, this narcissistic, manipulative entity may desire the human population to literally be on its wavelength, thereby operating as a mass consciousness from the cloud. In this insidious manner, it could ultimately aim to merge the biological realm with the digital realm. While this may sound outlandish to some, well-known futurist, Ray Kurzweil, openly admitted that the current application of cybernetics in the brains of Parkinson’s patients is the way to get its “foot in the door.”According to Kurzweil, within the next ten years, nanobots will be flowing through our arteries to “keep us healthy and transmit our brains onto the cloud.” If readers remain skeptical of the roll-out of nanobots in the imminent future, this 5-minute video depicts several recent innovations involving the application of nanobots in regenerative medicine.
It may be beneficial to expand our awareness within the context of emerging bio-nanotechnology, so that we can make informed decisions with respect to what we put in (and on) our bodies — with a clear acknowledgment that bio-nanobots have dual-use applications, and potential associated dangers, including uncontrollable self-replication, toxicity in the body, environmental pollution, and biohacking.
Are bio-nanorobots (also known as nanomedibots) truly here to rescue us, or is that a cover story for covert purposes? Will they be applied ostensibly to save us from scary viruses? Are we convinced that viruses exist? If they do exist, are we sure they are harmful, and the proven cause of any dis-ease? What if the nanoscale entities referred to as “viruses” (whether or not they fall into the category of exosomes) are inherently adaptive “bio-nanobots” in living organisms? If that is the case, then we are headed into very dangerous territory by deleting these natural nanoscale substances from our biological composition and existence — in exchange for automated synthetic nanobots that may have swarm capabilities with interface directives from AI in the cloud.
Why are the new injections that are being rolled out to the masses (termed as “vaccines”) embedded with nanotechnology? Incidentally, a U.S. Army Research-funded 2015 research study indicated that nanoparticle substrates such as polyethylene glycol (PEG) — a central excipient in both the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna “vaccines” — serve as ideal scaffolding for the application of biosensors. Is this integrated bio-nanotechnology only acting on our physical bodies? After reading Biohacking Matter, and listening to the bio-nano tinkerers at the World Science Festival, coupled with an enhanced understanding from investigative researcher, Wayne McRoy, I can only suspect that the technology may be intended to influence more than the physical realm. What are the implications with respect to our energy and informational fields? How can individuals counteract any deleterious effects? I have some thoughts on this, yet I hesitate to offer a generalized “recipe” as a “cure-all.” I intuit that the route to neutralizing inserted engineered nanotechnology is a highly personalized journey.
I want to be clear — my message is NOT one of fear, nor learned helplessness, particularly if the terror-inducing warning is based on misguided germ theory (for an alternative elucidation of germ theory, listen here). Deaths may result from these new injected chemical concoctions, but I do NOT purport that these injectables (nor “COVID”) are a tool of mass depopulation. I would need to see much more evidence before coming to that conclusion. However, could nanotech-laden pharmaceuticals be intended to dehumanize us? Can this bio-nanotechnology detach us from our spiritual selves, and reduce us to digital slaves (potentially even remote-controlled) on a blockchain ledger? Regardless, with concerted effort, I genuinely believe we can mitigate the harmful effects of embedded bio-nanotechnology — whether injected, ingested, inhaled, or absorbed — if we are not successful in avoiding any such implantation beforehand.
Some final thoughts . . . Most important to understand is that bio-nanointerfaces intended for vaccine and drug delivery integrate “smart” piezoelectric materials and microfluidics, seemingly allowing for the enhanced binding of biosensors, as well as enabling highly functional bio-computation. Consequences of this synergistic effect may involve the creation of a homogenous ecosystem in which the implanted biosensors in my body will signal as piezoelectric transducers to biosensors in your body, to create a hive mind. This may evoke in the minds of readers the process akin to the way self-driving cars communicate via the Internet of Things. I can’t help but think of a brief, yet profound assertion by David Rasnick, Ph.D., when collaborating on the panel discussion of experts, “The Covid Vaccine on Trial: If You Only Knew” (transcript provided), hosted on February 10, 2021 by Children’s Health Defense (CHD). Rasnick stated, “Nowadays, it’s all technology and no biology.”
Do the priests of scientism, and their money-changers, bow to an AI singularity god? Do they consider this bio-digital merger a done deal? If so, I say . . . not so fast! We do not have to follow their spiraling yellow brick road — teeming with nano-sized “munchkins.” I suspect they have greatly underestimated the power of Spirit and the Heart that enlivens the awakened souls among us. Some of us are not fully asleep in Dorothy’s illusory Land of Oz. Biological life will prevail.
References for Further Reading and Listening:
“Nanotechnology Timeline” United States National Nanotechnology Initiative
“There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom — Richard Feynman and the Birth of Nanotechnology” December 29, 2019 by Harald Sack, SciHi Blog
“Exosomes: Nanoparticles Full of Surprises” January 31, 2020, by Dr. Ian Dixon
“These tiny robots can kill cancer cells” World Economic Forum, September 14, 2017
“Nanobots — A Revolution in medical science.”Knowledge-Snack, August 23, 2016
“These injectable nanobots can walk around inside a human body” Slash Gear, March 8, 2019
“Mind-Controlled nanobots could release drugs inside your brain” New Scientist, August 25, 2016
“Human Brain/Cloud Interface” (RE: “neuralnanorobotics”) Frontiers in Neuroscience, March 2019
“Nanobots in medicine: the key to fighting chronic diseases with nanomedicine” Health Europa, November 5, 2018
“The significance of bioengineered nanoplatforms against SARS-CoV-2: From detection to genome editing” Life Sci, March 4, 2021 “Nanobots along with the wireless transmitters provide the possibility of modifying the treatment protocol [240,243]. Besides detecting or destroying toxic agents, stimuli-responsive nanorobots can be used against a variety of disorders including the viral infections .”
“Nanotechnology: Hacking Humans, Its Potential, and Real Risks” (see video above which is less than 5 minutes; please pay particular attention from the 2:33 to 2:38 time-stamps)