Graphene oxide detected in Sinovac (CoronaVac), AstraZeneca and Pfizer vials

December 16, 2021

As announced by the Chilean radio station El Mirador del Gallo, the results of the analysis of vaccination vials from Sinovac, AstraZeneca, and Pfizer were revealed on the program Dirección Correcta just a few hours ago.

The results are conclusive and definitive, corroborating the presence of the same nanomaterial detected by Dr. Pablo Campra. This new report, the second independent report in the world, on the actual content of COVID vaccines, will be available on the radio's website and on La Quinta Columna's website shortly. Of course, inn such report, the methodology, techniques, proceures, and conclusions will be detailed.

In the following excerpt that Orwell City brings to its followers, are included some observations and comments on some of the most relevant aspects of this work entitled: "Optical and Electron Microscopy Analysis and EDX characterization. Detection of graphene nanoparticles (or derivatives) in vials." 

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Ricardo Delgado: This image is very peculiar and characteristic. It's quite probable that there's no other material that presents those characteristics of relief and folds. Graphene is usually folded at its edges. Without any doubt, this is graphene. That's graphene. We're sick of seeing it. We saw it in the preliminary report. We're seeing it in the calendar vaccines. Just yesterday I saw Prevenar 13, which is a pneumococcal vaccine. This type of structure also appeared there. And in this one, which is, specifically, the AstraZeneca distributed in Chile. 

Pablo Salinas: Yes. The label is below. 

Ricardo Delgado: Well, then... Without any doubt what you're looking at, in this case, is a micro-sheet. We're going to talk about graphene with a certain exfoliation degree. That's to say when you see an aspect, let's say, more translucent, it's because it's a little bit more exfoliated. It's not a layer superimposed on another layer that forms that darker, carbonaceous density as was seen in other images that were also positive in the graphene oxide spectrum. Not compatible, but unequivocally conclusive to graphene oxide because it has two characteristic peaks. One at 1580 cm-1 and the other at about 1340 cm-1. This is very characteristic of graphene, no doubt. 

Anyway, we shouldn't be surprised. First, since we're talking about AstraZeneca. And secondly, because vaccines are universal, right? In addition, we're in globalism, and we're in a global situation. Therefore, the vaccines that arrive there also arrive here. That's why we say that this is nano-technology that's introduced in the vials. This that you're looking at is the raw material. 

Let's say it's the fuel to develop more complex nanotechnology inside the organism. And it's going to take care of, on the one hand, nano-sensors to measure the physiological and biomedical constants of the individual. But not only are they going to collect this information and send it to a serverthrough these MAC addresses that appear, but also... This too. I say this material is very characteristic. Any expert, a real expert, at least in that discipline, who works with this nanomaterial under the optical microscope will tell you that this is graphene. 

Jorge Osorio: Yes. Let's... 

Ricardo Delgado: What's more... 

Jorge Osorio: Go ahead, Ricardo. Go ahead. 

Ricardo Delgado: We have also seen... We've also seen the images from The Graphene Box used as a positive pattern —and that was purchased in stores— of a graphene oxide dispersion. And these images here are pretty much the same. In other words, this common matrix is being used in all injectables or viable ones, as stated in the patents of the Ministries of Health of different countries. That's to say, it's not strange at all. It's the same thing. This is, without a doubt, graphene. And it's likely that some of the dots that you see some of them, those little marks that look like a Star of David here? It really looks like that a star in that picture. 

Jorge Osorio: Yeah, it does. 

Ricardo Delgado:  Some of the dots that you see are likely functionalized metals or to try to functionalize the material. It's doped with metals to make it more biocompatible. Got it? What we don't know is whether they came initially with metals. The metals that are inside the body are fumigated, too, with different intentions. 

Here, in Sinovac, it also looks like graphene. But it looks, shall we say, more carbonaceous. That is, it has more overlapping layers. 

However, in the other two, it looked even clearer than in this one. In the one from AstraZeneca and Pfizer, you could see it with the naked eye, but in this one, it's a bit harder. However, it also has the appearance of graphene. We're seeing that the scale representing this is at 10 microns, so it may be about 35 or 40 microns in size. Well, Pablo shows up there. 

Jorge Osorio: Pablo is there. But first, I want to tell our friends who are online that this is the result of the study carried out in Chile. Of course, with the collaboration and assistance of our partners at La Quinta Columna. The samples that were analyzed here —since people who connected late are asking in the chat—, are AstraZeneca, Sinovac, and Pfizer. Those are the vials... Actually, the substances that were analyzed. Go ahead, Pablo. 

Pablo Salinas: Yes, I think those are, if I'm not mistaken, all the images that Alejandro has at the moment. They're all related to optical microscopy. Let's move on to electron microscopy because it would be super interesting to see more there, as well. And it would be very interesting to hear your comments, Ricardo, because the photos captured by electron microscopy are quite special too. 

Ricardo Delgado: Yes, of course. Well, go ahead, I'll do what I can. I'm not an expert when it comes to commenting on electron microscope images, though. I can only do that based on the information we already had from the preliminary and final technical reports by Dr. Campra. But we're studying graphene in-depth in the scientific literature and, later, at the observational level in optical microscopy. When there's interest and desire to learn, one learns quickly. Here too. We could say that this image has a carbonized aspect, but we cannot take any risk because it could be metal. It could be. 

And then, depending on where the cross appears —which is where I imagine the laser has hit, where it has swept— it'll determine what material it could be, based on the chemical composition of the metal. It depends on the area where the laser hits whether it can be doped or not. 

Pablo Salinas: Let's see. It looks like we have a mapping of that. 

Ricardo Delgado: This is very reminiscent of some structures that you see, also, in the Pfizer images that Dr. Campra obtained. As of today, what we're doing is identifying patterns. Because there are CODECs, logic gates that are going to act as routers and as nano-communication systems. This is all nanotechnology introduced to vaccines. Let's see this one. Let's see if we zoom in on it. 

When looking for nanotechnology, according to Dr. Campra, you have to know how to look for it and go straight for it. What initially seemed to us —in the preliminary report— to be typical sucrose crystals or any other salt in the vaccine, when we looked at them more closely, we realized —because it did catch our attention from the start— that they looked like circuits. And when we went through all the scientific literature, we compared them. And the images were practically identical. So, from that point on, it is understandable that MAC addresses are generated since there's scientific literature and articles in this sense. And also, well... This picture too. That one looks like graphene. Let's see, can you enlarge it? Here it goes. It loses a little bit of definition when enlarged. There's a line, a trace.

All of that needs to be studied in depth. The thing is that there shouldn't be any of that. That's what's most striking. None of that should be there. It's the same here. Here we're talking about 20 microns or 20,000 nanometers. Or 0.02 millimeters. Anyway, I couldn't risk saying anything about those electron microscopy images, as I say. That one also catches the eye. Well... Here, this form is more familiar to us. 

Here you do see these carbonaceous type structures and that, most likely, have or are related to graphene derivatives. That's another one. You have to understand that when evaporation is triggered, the crystallization process begins. It usually happens after 15 to 20 minutes. However, in vaccines, let's say, supposedly anti-COVID... They say they're anti-COVID, but there's nothing like that. What we have corroborated is that this famous hydrogel —which is very likely to be this substance— doesn't evaporate. That is, it somehow maintains the aqueous solution during all this time. 

This one too. Those carbonaceous-looking shadows have all the appearance of being you already know what. Here you can actually identify some kind of pattern in the center. 

Let's see another one. 

Pablo Salinas: Ah, yes. Look, that one corresponds to the mapping of one of the photos we showed in the back, Alejandro. One that had a cross in the center. It seems that aluminum is the main ingredient in its composition, isn't it? 

Ricardo Delgado: Here there's a peak for carbon, oxygen, and aluminum. Aluminum, as you say, is the most important, the one that appears the most here. It's a metal that shouldn't be there either, OK? Here's a color composition. Let's see, go down a little bit or decrease the screen size.

Carbon, oxygen, and aluminum. Aluminum in green, oxygen in yellow, and carbon in purple or lilac. Now, go down a little bit... I mean, make it a little bit smaller. Take that magnification off. That's it. And what there's is, mostly, aluminum. That's it.

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