More Evidence the COVID Fake-Vaccine is Embedding MAC Addresses
AT A GLANCE...
- THE STORY:
Is the COVID fake-vaccine or non-vaccine putting something into those who take it that then generates a Bluetooth code or MAC address?
- THE IMPLICATIONS:
The evidence is right before our eyes that people are being turned into robots or machines, so they can be more easily controlled.
There is more evidence of a COVID vaccine MAC address connection
as the various videos linked in the sources below demonstrate. I reported in May 2021 that some people who took the COVID non-vaccine discovered that they had become Bluetooth pairable with other devices via a generated MAC address. Now, more evidence has come to light indicating this is the case. This is part of the larger objective of the COVID scamdemic – to work hand-in-hand with nanotech advances so as to introduce tiny technology into the human body, making people into nodes on the Smart Grid, thus bringing about the synthetic Human 2.0 of Transhumanism. When you consider fake-vaccine induced Bluetooth compatibility, plus hydrogel biosensors, graphene oxide or hydroxide, alive synthetic fibers, self-propelling critters, aluminum-based lifeforms and self-assembling nanobots, it totals up to a very scary picture indeed.
What is a MAC Address?
First of all, what is a MAC address? MAC stands for Media Access Control. A MAC address is, in technical jargon, a six byte hexadecimal address; in plain English, a 12-character alphanumeric code that consists of 6 groups of 2 characters, each group separated by a dash or colon. So, an example would be 44:B6:27:62:29:F0. These are the codes being detected in groups of COVID-vaccinated people. So, let’s look at a few of these videos more closely.
Spanish Doctor Discusses His Own Experience Measuring Vaccine MAC Addresses
In this video, physician Luis Benito explains the steps he took, and the observations he made, to record Bluetooth MAC addresses showing up on his mobile phone when patients (many of whom had had COVID jabs) came for appointments. This is what he says:
“Why so much interest in jabbing? What’s the reason? I’m going to tell you. The international organizations that are also investigating this matter asked me for a brief report on what I had done during the summer … now, what we’re going to is a recognition of a desire, on the part of the authorities, to take away freedoms from human beings … I’ve written it, and I have already sent it to the teams that are studying this subject in different parts of the world.
If from the medical point of view there’s no need to administer any preventative measure for a disease with a lethality of 2 per 1000, why so much insistence that everyone should be inoculated? … This experiment arose from this reflection.
He goes on to describe his experiment, stating he was the only operative (worker) in the building apart from his patients:
“Although there are many consultations, during the summer of 2021, in the afternoons, I was the only operative. There wasn’t even administrative staff in the afternoons in that building. Under my office, I occasionally parked an ambulance from SUMA, from the emergency service, because they have a base there. Those were the only “interferences” I detected. Most of the observations were carried out without that artifact. I started the consultation at 15:00 and had patients listed every 20 minutes.
Due to COVID measures, it was recommended that they come alone and, if possible, at the appointed time. Not before or after. Before starting the consultation, I’d connect the Bluetooth application on my cell phone and invariably check that there was no device available to contact. There was no electronic device in range to connect to. When a patient appeared, often already up the stairs or at the beginning of the corridor, about 20 meters away from the practice, on my cell phone, I could see if one or two devices to connect to with Bluetooth appeared. One or two or none.
On my phone, I could check to see if the Bluetooth was detecting something or nothing. And if it was something, it was a device with a MAC Address (Media Access Control) code. This is a unique identifier that electronic device manufacturers assign to a card or item that can be networked.
After attending to the patient’s medical requirements, I’d ask him whether or not he had been vaccinated for COVID. If the answer was affirmative, it was usually quick and without hesitation. And if it was negative, it was often accompanied by a certain wariness, if not anger at the question. A reaction that explained to me that, in general, those who hadn’t wanted to be vaccinated had been subjected to some kind of adverse social situation. After reassuring the patient, whatever his response, I’d write down on a sheet of paper the answer he gave me.
None of the 137 patients I asked refused to answer. If the answer was affirmative, I’d ask them what type of vaccine they had received, when, and if they had had any adverse reactions. I’d then ask them if they had any cell phones or electronic devices such as wireless headsets or tablets on them, and if so, I’d ask them to turn it off for a moment. When they turned it off, on my cell phone, usually, one of the devices that registered to Bluetooth would disappear.
Out of hundreds … here are the results.
Of the 137 patients questioned, 112 said they had been vaccinated, and 25 said they hadn’t been vaccinated. None of the patients who said they hadn’t been vaccinated registered on my cell phone any device available for Bluetooth connection, having ensured the disconnection of their cell phone, if they had one. In 96 patients of the 112 who said they had been vaccinated, 96 of the 112 having switched off their electronic devices if they were carrying them, a MAC code remained on the screen of my cell phone, which I had already noted in my notes next to the patient’s medical history.
I interpreted that it was a code that the patient himself was carrying and that, in fact, when he left the office, leaving the building, it disappeared from my cell phone. With this simple observation throughout July and August, I’ve been able to verify that 100% of the patients who say they aren’t vaccinated don’t raise any contact device with my cell phone via Bluetooth. But 86% of those who said they were vaccinated generated a MAC address on my cell phone. These are the observations made, and many doubts and questions arise from them.”
This doctor’s results are interesting, showing a very clear pattern. It also suggests that not all vaccines are the same. Thanks to the work of researches such as Craig Paardekooper who exposed that 90% or more of the injuries, adverse events, side effects, disabilities, hospitalizations and deaths from the COVID fake-vaccine came from just 5% of the batches, we can speculate that some but not all of the non-vaccines contain Bluetooth capable nanochips with MAC addresses.
A Simple Experiment in France
This video is very intriguing, but unfortunately short on information. The blurb below the video on BitChute states that “A group of French investigators did a test to see if vaccinated people actually emit signals. They chose a place without any signals and tested vaccinated and non-vaccinated people one by one. They found unexplainable signals on the vaccinated group.” While that isn’t much to go by, it is heartening that people are beginning to conduct simple tests like this to try to prove that that the COVID-vaxxed are emitting a signal that can be picked up on Bluetooth by other devices. After all, such a thing should not be that difficult to prove, especialy in remote areas in the absence of other EMF signals.
Are Bluetooth MAC Addresses a Device or a Person?
This video is more anecdotal evidence for the vaccine MAC address connection. The video creator tells her experience of how her phone picked up many Bluetooth MAC addresses in the vicinity of people, with the familiar string of 12 characters, and it would say “Getting Device Name …” until it dropped off the list (once the person had walked away). Usually, if a cell phone is picking up MAC addresses via Bluetooth from nearby devices, it would say the person and/or device name, e.g. Dave’s laptop, Susan’s tablet, Sarah’s cell phone, etc. The fact that it didn’t do this would indicate the people themselves are emitting the code.
Final Thoughts on the Vaccine MAC Address Connection
More research needs to be done, however as I said earlier, this is a simple matter to determine. If it turns out that people are being embedded with Bluetooth compatible nanotech, generating MAC addresses, what clearer evidence does someone need to see that the obsession with the COVID fake-vaccine is a ruse for Transhumanistic ambitions? It would certainly appear this is another ‘conspiracy theory’ that will turn out to be conspiracy fact, despite initially being vociferously denied by mainstream narrative apologists.
Makia Freeman is the editor of alternative media / independent news site The Freedom Articles, author of the book Cancer: The Lies, the Truth and the Solutions and senior researcher at ToolsForFreedom.com. Makia is on Odysee/LBRY and Steemit.