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The technical report submitted by the physician Campra, P. 2021 on November 2, 2021, shows a comprehensive Raman spectroscopy analysis aimed at identifying the materials and objects observed in coronavirus vaccines.

Vaccination with Toxic Substances

The methodology used is impeccable and the level of complexity is very high, considering the difficulties and obstacles encountered in the implementation, such as the lack of appropriate means, personnel and resources, as well as the lack of support from health and governmental authorities.

Despite these problems, Dr. Campra succeeded in characterizing and detecting 28 of the 110 graphene-compatible objects found in the vials of Pfizer, Moderna, and Jansen vaccines, representing a success in the identification work but also a problem of unimaginable magnitude for the population and public health in general, both because of the consequences of inoculation with these toxic substances (which are still unknown in the medium and long term) and because of the still unknown components and their true uses and intentions (about which initial speculations and working hypotheses are already being made).

Let’s see…

To support the research initiated by Dr. Campra, Corona Inspect has conducted an expert search for one of the spectra observed in the evidence obtained on the vaccine bottle objects. Specifically, these are the ~ 1450 cm-1 peak and its nearby values that frequently occur along with graphene in many of the samples analyzed. They are discussed individually below.

PVA hydrogel (polyvinyl alcohol – polyvinyl alcohol). PVA, known as polyvinyl alcohol, was one of the materials that showed a peak value consistent with the observed samples.

It has also recently appeared in a graphical identification of patterns in coronavirus vaccines, in the form of bubbles or colloids from which anisotropic colloidal rotor floats (more commonly referred to as self-propelled nanoworms) can be assembled.

The PVA hydrogel has special properties that make it a biocompatible material, as it is able to mimic the tissues of the human body, so it can be used as a substitute for soft tissue. It can also be used to replace cartilage , to make artificial corneas, and even for wound healing.

However, when PVA hydrogel is combined with graphene or carbon nanotubes, the application intentions are different. For example, in the work of (Shi, Y .; Xiong, D .; Li, J .; Wang, K .; Wang, N. 2017) the goal of PVA is to repair the reduced graphene oxide rGO when irradiated by gamma rays or either by degradation, which generates the release of free radicals that increases the resistance of the material.This durability is important if graphene or carbon nanotubes and derivatives are to be used in the context of neuronal applications.

Keep in mind

There is evidence that the use of graphene together with hydrogels improves the biocompatibility of graphene that adapts to neuronal tissue and astrocytes of the hippocampus. These applications are confirmed by work such as that of, which deals with the regeneration of neural tissue using PVA-Airgel solutions and graphene oxide, leading researchers to use these materials in neural tissue engineering.

Evidence of this is the development of artificial sensory neurons, in which a type of artificial neuron is fabricated and characterized, whose basic materials are carbon nanotubes (also identified in vaccine samples) and polyvinyl alcohol hydrogel, which has the function of an ionic wire that transmits electrical stimuli, “like the axon in an afferent nerve, transmitting information from two sensory channels,” allowing the formation of electrolyte-activated synaptic transistors capable of mimicking the synaptic plasticity of the neurological principles of learning and memory.

Take into account

In this research area, the review work of should be highlighted, which deals with the development and advancement of transistor-based neuromorphic devices in which PVA is the essential material to configure the proton electrolyte of the neuromorphic transistor, and graphene as a superconducting material that enables the transmission of stimuli due to its superconducting properties.

The ionic conductivity of hydrogels and PVA in particular seems to allow a wide coverage of bioelectronic applications that would not be possible otherwise, as stated in the work of. According to the analysis, the ability to monitor, control or intervene in biological processes and especially neuronal and cardiac stimulation and recording depend, among others, on carbon materials such as carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and graphene doped with other conductive polymers.

These include PVA hydrogel, among others. It also mentions the possibility that they can act as transporters for the release of drugs and biomolecules in localized areas of the brain, depending on the reception of electrical signals or the activation of specific brain regions.

Biologcal processes

Control or intervention in biological processes and in particular neuronal and cardiac stimulation and recording depend, among other things, on carbon materials such as carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and graphene doped with other conductive polymers, including PVA hydrogel…

It also mentions the possibility that they can act as transporters for the release of drugs and biomolecules in localized areas of the brain, depending on the reception of electrical signals or the activation of specific brain regions. In addition, it is found that hydrogels can act as electrical conductors, which increases the electrical activity of the neuronal tissue and its connections.

These facts, together with the ability of the material to cross the blood-brain barrier (BBB), suggest that there is a possibility that the materials contained in the vaccine vials can penetrate the neuronal tissue, opening up the possibility of wireless neuromodulation and neurostimulation, as discussed in previous papers on neuronal interface and communication networks for nanotechnology in the human body.

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The article by does not mention PVA hydrogel in cardiac applications, but it does mention another hydrogel, gelatin methacrylate (GelMA) with carbon nanotubes, which “acts like functional cardiac patches and exhibits three times higher spontaneous synchronous beating rates and 85% lower excitation threshold compared to cells grown in pure GelMA hydrogels.”

This is very important because it shows that hydrogels play an important role in modulating cardiac muscle. Since the presence of these materials has been demonstrated in CoronaVirus vaccines, and based on the observation of an increase in cases of heart disease, it is possible that there is a cause and effect relationship directly related to inoculation and deposition via the arterial route in the circulatory system.

In reviewing the literature, it is found that the PVA hydrogel is also capable of acting as biocompatible electrodes with living tissue due to the aforementioned properties and the fact that it has a stiffness “comparable to that of brain tissue, greatly reducing the mechanical mismatch at the neural interface”.

This statement is coupled with the consideration that ” the quality of brain monitoring signals is improved. This is an effective way to optimize neural interfaces” that remain stable in the long term.

Graphene based fibers

Graphene-based fibers and carbon nanotube-based structures are encased in a hydrogel that allows them to be inserted and attach to brain tissue without an immune response causing rejection.

It also combines hydrogels with carbon nanotubes and graphene in neural reconnection applications where carbon nanotubes (CNTs) serve as a structural scaffold to connect electrical tissue to activity via conducting wires.

Polyacrylamide gel (polyacrylamide)

Another possible candidate for the peak value of 1450 cm-1 is gelatin/polyacrylamide gel, which is commonly used for radiation dosimetry in magnetic resonance imaging. Curiously, the polyacrylamide gel already appeared in an article analyzing the in vivo interactions of graphene oxide in blood, where the toxic effects and pathologies it could cause in the lungs, blood, liver and kidneys were found only 7 days after inoculation.

This publication also adds that graphene oxide “GO-Polyacrylamide” (GO-PAM), among other hydrogel combinations, is a powerful protein absorbent, with an efficiency of slightly more than 90%, producing a “biomolecular crown” that causes the inhibition of hemolysis and thus thrombosis. GO-PAM also causes the release of cytokines in its interaction with macrophages, in a massive way called “cytokine storm”.

This is confirmed by, which describes the possible ability of graphene oxide nanofilms to regenerate bone tissue, but with a high risk of cytotoxicity, depending on the induced dose. Paradoxically, molybdenum disulfide synthesized with polyacrylamide (CPAM / MoS2) has been shown to be an effective compound for the removal of graphene oxide from aqueous solutions, as he states in his scientific work.

This effect was achieved by the electrostatic attraction effect and the absorption (absorption) of the hydrogen bonds of graphene oxide “GO”.

Let’s understand it

It is worth noting that the authors of the study refer to graphene oxide as a “contamination that needs to be managed,” responding to the need to develop decontamination methods in various fields such as biomedicine and environmental pollution, even noting that “there is evidence that GO is the most toxic graphene-based material and can harm various organisms, including bacteria, animals, and humans,” leaving no doubt about its hazardous nature.

Polyacrylamide-graphene oxide (PAM / GO) hydrogels have diverse applications such as neuronal differentiation, tissue engineering, and, more importantly, the development of graphene glial interfaces. This latest study is the scientific proof that polyacrylamide can be used together with graphene oxide to interface with the neuronal synapse allowing neuromodulation and neurostimulation.

It is shown that PAM / GO and other derivatives of graphene oxide “GO” can be used to treat epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease and even Parkinson’s disease, due to their radio-modulable properties that serve as electrodes for the glia of neurons.

However, this statement is contradicted by previous studies explaining the toxic effects of graphene oxide that can cause neurodegenerative diseases, which serves as a pretext to justify the exploration and pursuit of other, more ambitious targets.

Take note

  • “We provide evidence for the critical importance of selectively studying the molecular signals and physiological processes underlying glial cell and network functionality.
  • Novel devices that enable control and modulation of glial signaling may have significant potential for the study and treatment of neurodegenerative diseases that affect the CNS, PNS, or sensory functions such as vision and balance.
  • Based on recent results, we propose that the association of graphene nanomaterials with glial cells may be the optimal strategy to achieve a combination of selectivity, resolution, mechanical flexibility, and biocompatibility that can be successfully exploited in the development of nanoscale glial interfaces …
  • Glia engineering based on graphene and glial interfaces can be helpful to uncover the unexplored area of the role of glial cells in brain and sensory circuits, where by deepening our understanding of the function of calcium signaling, ion channels, and aquaporins, we can achieve a broader understanding of glial functionality to try to trigger and control their mechanisms and functional properties in brain function and dysfunction.
  • We can achieve a broader understanding of glia functionality to try to trigger and control their mechanisms and functional properties in brain function and dysfunction.
  • However, graphene-based glial engineering and glial interfaces can create a new class of bidirectional brain-machine interfaces for the diagnosis and therapy of clinically difficult-to-treat neuropathological conditions. Graphene-based glial interfaces may therefore represent a new bioelectronic approach. “

This once again demonstrates the interest in using graphene nanomaterials and hydrogels for neuromodulation, neurostimulation, and monitoring of brain regions on the grounds of a therapeutic treatment that has already left the door open for other not-so-noble and legal uses, such as neuronal interference in humans inoculated with graphene oxide/PVA/PAM hydrogels.


For clarification for new readers, graphene oxide is a nanomaterial capable of absorbing electromagnetic waves (microwaves) and transmitting them through the human body (when inoculated), thereby transmitting TS-OOK signals, with which data packets in which data collected by biosensors are configured graphene, encapsulated graphene quantum dots, nano-graphene transistors, graphene SDM, etc.

Given the properties of graphene and carbon nanotubes to cross the blood-brain barrier, the nanomaterial can be placed in the brain tissue, covering neurons, glia and astrocytes and promoting their interconnection, but also adding an interaction layer (referred to here as the glia interface) with which electromagnetic signals (microwaves) transmitted from the rest of the graphene components (forming a nano-communication network).

In this way, the brain of vaccinated individuals becomes susceptible to wireless neurostimulation, its neuromodulation, surveillance that interferes with its natural functioning and causes the inexorable loss of freedom and free will, as it is exposed to external stimuli that are alien to it and that it cannot control.