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WHAT ARE THESE PARTICLES IN BOTTLED WATER?

A Spanish Medical researcher has sent in images from his investigation into bottled water.


The sample tested is bottled by a major European company selling in Spain, who then sells it into the Spanish market.


The Spanish researcher used an optical microscope with a magnification range of 400X to 800X


We have now replicated his results in the UK using a brand of water sold here by the same conglomerate.


THESE ARE SPANISH MEDICAL RESEARCHER'S IMAGES


This 'strand' appears similar to the fibres we found in the blue surgical face masks.

See our video here


Same image closer up. From what we've seen in the masks, this appears to be a hollow fibre.




This image reminds us of the images that Dr Campra of Almeria University published, that he found in a sample of the Pfizer vaccine, that resemble Graphene Oxide


Download Dr Campra's report here

OFFICIAL INTERIM REPORT IN ENGLISH (UNIVERSITY OF ALMERIA)
.pdf
Download PDF • 1.26MB


This again reminds us of the fibres we found in masks.

We believe they are hollow and contain a gel. See our film at the end of this article.



Unidentified particles.



Unidentified particles.



The 'spiral object'. The regular shape of the object is reminiscent of a metal filing from a lathe.

The Spanish scientist called it a 'nano-metal particulate'.





UK MEDICAL RESEARCHER'S IMAGES OF A UK PRODUCT BY THE SAME CONGLOMERATE



We have two things here.

1 - 'Flakes'

2 -Tube-like structure holding 'frogspawn' like globules




The water bottle had a blue top.

Is this a micro-plastic from the lid?


These fibres are again similar to those we saw in the blue surgical face masks.

Note the hint of 'frogspawn' like structures within the tube.




The fibres in the facemasks appeared flat and dehydrated.

The fibres within the water seem cylindrical and hydrated.

'Frogspawn' like structures can clearly be seen, as if they have leaked from these tubes.





FIBRES WE FOUND IN THE MASKS


These are the fibres we photographed in masks

See our video summary here





These are pictures under an electron microscope of the fibres found in masks.


Although we arranged analysis, labs did not return our messages.

This experience was repeated with other researchers overseas.


SWABS

These are our images of PCR swabs.

Please note the objects spilling from the tips.






SLOVAK REPORT

The Slovak Report shows contamination of the swabs, highlighting the 'leaking frogspawn' type gel.


210722- Slovak report
.pdf
Download PDF • 3.56MB


OUR FIRST VIDEO AFTER SEEING THE FIBRES RESPOND TO HEAT & HUMIDITY



SEE OUR SUMMARY VIDEO WITH DR T FROM APRIL BELOW





WHAT NOW?


We are moving to analyse water samples.

We are testing UK water sold as smart water.


There is only so much we can do as a tiny independent alternative media outlet.


Can you help?

I'm estimating this newsletter will reach several hundred medical and health professionals.

If just 10% of you can help, we will soon have a list of the suspect waters and contents.


BTW - We've not named the brand, though I think you can work it out.


PLEASE SEND YOUR IMAGES FINDINGS TO ME BY REPLYING TO THIS EMAIL.

Please state:

1 - Water brand tested

2 - Microscope used

3 - Any relevant qualification

4 - Whether you'd prefer to remain anonymous or not.


Please use wetransfer to send the file to mark@notonthebeeb.co.uk.


Then please send me the link by a separate email with the info 1-4 above

If I don't reply and say thanks, I've not received your email!



How do we ensure clean drinking water?

Maybe like me, on seeing the above images the first thought was how to ensure clean supplies of water, then these water distillers might be of interest to you.

I've always used filters but I have a feeling we need a higher source of purity.


I researched distillers buying what seemed the best in quality/value ratio.

I have since set myself up as an affiliate for the same company.

Any purchases on NOTB links help support our work and research.

Thank you





















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