We believe MRI scans are causing serious injuries including paralysis in Covid-19 vaccinated patients.
Patients are showing clear signs of having magnetised particles within them post-vaccination.
The hypothesis is that magnetised lipid nanoparticles within the patient migrate under the huge magnetic fields used within an MRI causing damage on a nanoscale equivalent to multiple shrapnel wounds.
These two key cases have been recorded within the media.
A young mother in her 20s presented to the hospital with metal objects including cutlery sticking to her arms, chest and forehead after the Moderna Covid-19 vaccination. She was admitted, and in an attempt to understand the magnetism, was given several MRI scans.
Her condition deteriorated and within a week of walking into the hospital, she was unable to move without the use of a walking frame.
A 12-year-old girl who was part of the Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccination trial. She was suffering from partial paralysis, which was resolving, alongside ongoing urinary retention, severe constipation and an inability to take food by mouth leading to the placement of a nasogastric tube.
She deteriorated immediately after an MRI scan with contrast and became wheelchair-bound afterwards. Her mother describes the event "she couldn't walk and then she could, then had MRI with contrast now she's back in a wheelchair and I don't know why.”
We have found that the majority of patients post Covid-19 vaccination show clear signs of magnetism, something that can easily be tested within seconds using a neodymium magnet. (This can be seen here .)
We strongly advise checking all patients for magnetism before referring them for MRI Scans.
The magnetism is usually easiest to detect at the site of the vaccination, the upper chest or around the bridge of the nose.
Going into an MRI scan could lead to whatever particles that are causing the magnetism to be pulled by the MRI scanner towards the periphery of their body damaging important structures along the way.
This could be extremely serious in the case of brain imaging.
Traditionally no-one who has even tiny fragments of loose materials that could be moved by a strong magnetic field should be going into MRI scanners.
QUOTE: “…The powerful magnetic field of the MR system may damage an external hearing aid or cause a heart pacemaker, electrical stimulator, or neurostimulator to malfunction or cause injury. If you have a bullet or any other metallic fragment in your body there is a potential risk that it could change position and possibly cause an injury….”
The full power of the magnetism of an MRI can be seen in this video where a chair disintegrates:
UK GOV MRI Guidelines.
If you have found your patients to be suffering the newly discovered adverse event of vaccine-induced magnetism, please report this and all other adverse reactions, to the Covid-19 Yellow Card Scheme.
As there is not a defined category for vaccine-induced magnetism, so we suggest filing under ‘foreign body.’
Completing this short independent adverse event survey would help greatly.
Here is a series of short documentaries on the phenomena of vaccine-induced magnetism.
We urge all patients to present this information to their GP for their consideration
This letter can be downloaded and printed by clicking the link below.
Please remember the above are preliminary observations and hypotheses and require full and proper investigation.