La Quinta Columna explains how graphene multiplies frequencies and damages cells, and how reducing agents help to control that damage

July 16, 2021

In a new informative program, La Quinta Columna is slowly getting closer to the studies they need to prove their hypothesis about the relationship between graphene and 5G and how this combination would contribute to damage people who have the nanomaterial in their bodies.

Dr. José Luis Sevillano and the biostatistician and director of La Quinta Columna commented on two studies referring to this property of graphene. 

For didactic purposes, Orwell City has decided to deliver them in two different articles. The present one being the one that corresponds to how graphene multiplies frequencies and energy, managing to damage the surrounding tissues, and how reducing agents such as zinc or glutathione help to control that damage successfully. The second article will appear during the next hours.

Here is one of the most useful videos for health professionals and people who want to understand why graphene oxide is toxic.

Link: Rumble

Ricardo Delgado: This doctor told me that he had been treating many patients with chlorine dioxide, but in secret, since it hasn't been approved in Panama yet, not as it has happened in Bolivia or Ecuador. And he told me that he had had very positive results with the other mechanism we talked about previously (cell oxygenation). And he later treated patients with hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin. Then, he realized that when, in addition, they administered zinc, well, it was like the element that made people recover.

Dr. José Luis Sevillano: I'm sure that all that has to do with what was said by this man whose article —which I don't know if we're going to talk about today— mentions the ability of the graphene molecule to inject electrons depending on the electromagnetic environment and temperature

Of course, if you have a molecule that's an electron injector, as soon as you activate it, it starts throwing charges wherever it goes. And, of course, that destroys everything. You charge the molecules, and if the molecules are saturated with a charge that they shouldn't, then they're destroyed. They break down. 

If you get a molecule like zinc, which has, I think, two positive charges, it'll be neutralized. The electron acceptor is the zinc, which is going to be neutralized, it's going to stop being a positive molecule, and it's going to transform, it's going to be neutralized. It'll cease to have the capacity to accept electrons, but another one will come to take its place and continue to accept them. So after a while, two, three, or more zinc molecules that pass around the graphene oxide molecule will end up emptying electrons. That'll be a graphene oxide incapable of ejecting electrons. It's neutralized. 

But you see, you need an electron acceptor because, as long as the graphene is ejecting electrons, if you don't put something in the middle, there'll be damage. So what gets in the middle? Our reducing agents, which are the ones that pick up that injection of electrons that the graphene molecule is sending out

And that for sure happens at certain frequencies. Without those frequencies, temperatures, and environments, graphene is probably relatively tolerable, from the point of view of the physicochemical action it has, on the organism. 

Ricardo Delgado: Yes. I'm almost convinced that the people who have had more problems after vaccination are people who live near or reside near 5G antennas.

I think so too.

Ricardo Delgado: They're exposed to frequency harmonics.

Dr. José Luis Sevillano: Sure. Not that some of those frequencies are good. But some people are so close to them that they're already starting to be affected. And that's why it doesn't happen to every vaccinee. And some even boast that nothing happens to them: 'Haha! I laugh. My parents are fine, and so am I'. Wait a bit. Or wait until you pass where you shouldn't because we have a suspicion that you have graphene in your body.

Ricardo Delgado: Hospitals usually have 5G antennas.

Dr. José Luis Sevillano: That's right. So when there's some weird power-up again, the graphene oxide may activate and start injecting electrons into anything surrounding it, anything that comes near it. All it takes is for the graphene to stick to a cell or other cells and start ejecting electrons. And of course, molecules, cells, organisms in general, have a limited capacity to react to this kind of scenario. And of course, if all the zinc is consumed, as we said, you lose the sense of taste and smell. By consumption, to neutralize the graphene you run out of useful zinc start to have sequelae because of that.

Ricardo Delgado: Like erectile dysfunction. We talked about that yesterday.

Dr. José Luis Sevillano: Yes. We thought it might be due to zinc deficiency, but there are certainly other things that have to do with this persistent fashionable disease. It's just that graphene molecules don't deactivate. You have them in your body, and 5G antennas are not far away. And that's a persistent intoxication. As long as there is electron acceptance and emission, the disease is latent. Inflammation is present, and there is destruction. There is damage.


Ricardo Delgado: We now enter the next block of the program to talk about what we commented on previously: graphene and the magnetic resonance it has concerning electromagnetic waves. First, there is a news item that says: 'Graphene reveals hidden frequencies of the electromagnetic spectrum.'

Source: Europa Press

A graphene-based frequency amplifier will allow the elusive terahertz wavelengths to be harnessed for communications, enabling revolutionary technologies. Terahertz (THz) waves lie between microwave and infrared in the light frequency spectrum, but due to their low energy, scientists have been unable to harness their potential.The enigma is known in scientific circles as the terahertz gap. 

THz are above GHz and are already close to infrared radiation. In fact, it's called T-rays. 

It would open up a new era of medical, satellite communications, cosmological and other technologies. One of the most important applications would be a safe, non-destructive alternative to X-rays. That is, not as ionizing in principle, but it could also...

Dr. José Luis Sevillano: They're potent.

Ricardo Delgado:  That's right.

However, until now, wavelengths ranging from 3 millimeters to 30 picometers have proved impossible to use because of the relatively weak signals from all existing sources.

A team of physicists has created a new type of optical transistor that functions as a THz amplifier using graphene and a high-temperature semiconductor. The physics behind the amplifier answers the properties of graphene. 

What are they? That it's transparent, Mr. Diego Peña. We are going to remind him and Ana Pastor today: it's transparent. Graphene is transparent. When you say it's black, it's when a sheet of graphene is stacked on top of another and another and another, as seen under a microscope. 

And it's not sensitive to light and its electrons have no mass. It consists of two layers of graphene and a superconductor, which traps the massless electrons of graphene between them, like a sandwich. 

Well, here it says: When the THz radiation hits the outer layer of graphene, the particles trapped inside join the outgoing waves, giving them more power and energy than they arrived, amplifying them.

That is to say, José Luis, that graphene receives the signal from an electromagnetic field and multiplies it, let's say with more power and more energy. It amplifies it. This is what we get from here in principle. 

It says, "The THz photons —the THz microwave electromagnetic field— are transformed by the graphene into massless electrons, which, in turn, are transformed back into reflected and energized THz photons."

So, what we do is to increase the number of electrons, as I understand it, and with that, we could oxidize faster. Can it be or am I overthinking this?

Dr. José Luis Sevillano: No, no. What it says is that it multiplies energies, frequencies, range of energies. And then it mentions photons and massless electrons... In other words, what it's telling you is that the energy that gets there is multiplied by 1,000 or I don't know how much. That's what it's saying there. But what the author has told us is that the signal will be multiplied by 1,000 or I don't know how many.

So we know that the signal is multiplied by 1,000 or any other number. By 'signal' he means that it reaches certain energy and this multiplies it by 1,000, for example. But of course, what does it release? What energy does it release? Electrons and mass are not photons. Instead of having electric charges, light is what's emitted. But whether it's light or something else, the light is picked up by other molecules in front of it or nearby. 

Do you understand? It's dematerialized energy —if you can call it 'matter'— but it's another kind of energy that's going to be absorbed by those structures that are close, which is going to cause them to be destroyed when there are electron jumps to orbital changes. That's what this guy was saying: You're injecting electrons, you're injecting energy into the molecules in proximity. 

And how do you do all that? By receiving external signals. There are changes in the electromagnetic field that cause the graphene molecule to start emitting in certain directions or all directions electrons. In other words, charges. Whether they are photonic, whether they are of luminous energy, whether they are electrical charges that jump and go looking for what to associate with, so to speak. That is, you generate an energy imbalance virtually. That is, it is like a punch, there is no virus, nor is there anything material to which it can be directly directed.

Dr. José Luis Sevillano: You are introducing energy that is multiplied by 1,000 in the same place only with a wave that comes from any point of emission. And all that can cause what we have already said: that you can go walking down the street calmly with your graphene in your body —that nothing happens to you yet because your body more or less accepts it— but when that signal comes... Goodbye. 

Goodbye because you carry the mark inside you, you carry the time bomb in your body. And when someone sets it off, you hit the primer and fall ill without delay. Because when the graphene starts to eject electrons everywhere, it starts to destroy your molecular structure at the cellular level.

Ricardo Delgado: Exactly. What we don't know exactly is the band. But well, if it's from a weak emission, what we do is amplify it.

Dr. José Luis Sevillano: We know where the signals that emit in that range are, so it is not a particularly difficult range to deduce. If that emits signals in that range, it means that it receives it as well.

Ricardo Delgado: Also, the 5G goes from 0 to 300 GHz. That's the widest bandwidth ever done.

Dr. José Luis Sevillano: Probably, in that bandwidth is included the one we're referring to. It's almost certainly. And I could be wrong — let people correct me since I'm not an expert in these things— but I'm almost sure that this bandwidth integrates this one in which graphene can emit energy. And if it can emit it, it can receive it. And if it receives it, it sends it back multiplied.

Ricardo Delgado: There is another article to see yet... 

Dr. José Luis Sevillano: Sorry, Ricardo. Not to mention that maybe with lower energies, it can also multiply them.  Not only to a precise range but to others. It can 'play' with them and accept them. We don't what capacity it has to accept frequencies. We do not know. That's why it's interesting to know that graphene usually works in the THz range. But we don't know if it would accept other ranges, and if it does other types of conversion. That is, in the THz range it multiplies the energy by a thousand times. Perhaps, in lower or higher ranges it does it more or less, but it also plays with those emissions. And it's possible.

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