The Mass Poisoning of America: A Case Study – Scipio Eruditus.

Originally posted at Dispatches from Reality, by Scipio

“Everything that is expected from an ordinary weapon is expected from a silent weapon by its creators, but only in its own manner of functioning.

It shoots situations, instead of bullets; propelled by data processing, instead of chemical reaction (explosion); originating from bits of data, instead of grains of gunpowder; from a COMPUTER, instead of a gun; operated by a computer programmer, instead of a marksman; under the orders of a banking magnate, instead of a military general.

It makes no obvious explosive noises, causes no obvious physical or mental injuries, and does not obviously interfere with anyone’s daily social life.

Yet it makes an unmistakable “noise,” causes unmistakable physical and mental damage, and unmistakably interferes with the daily social life, i.e., unmistakable to a trained observer, one who knows what to look for.

The public cannot comprehend this weapon, and therefore cannot believe that they are being attacked and subdued by a weapon.


The public might instinctively feel that something is wrong, but that is because of the technical nature of the silent weapon, they cannot express their feeling in a rational way, or handle the problem with intelligence. Therefore, they do not know how to cry for help, and do not know how to associate with others to defend themselves against it.

When a silent weapon is applied gradually, the public adjusts/adapts to its presence and learns to tolerate its encroachment on their lives until the pressure (psychological via economic) becomes too great and they crack up.

Therefore, the silent weapon is a type of BIOLOGICAL WARFARE. It attacks the vitality, options, and mobility of the individuals of a society by knowing, understanding, manipulating, and attacking their sources of natural and social energy, and their physical, mental, and emotional strengths and weaknesses.”

— Silent Weapons for Quite Wars, Operations Research Technical Manual TM-SW7905.1

Previous Entries

The Forced Evolution of Humanity: FIRST-HAND EVIDENCE of nanotechnology within the blood of the injected and infected


Detoxing DARPA's Devices: The Expurgo Protocol


I – Perspectives on Microbiology & Controls


A. An Invisible World

The world at the micro and nanoscale is an entirely different one, with its own unique ecosystem and rules. Without getting bogged down in the minutiae of Microbiology & Microscopy 101, it is nevertheless important to establish that what we have seen in the blood of our family, friends, and patients IS NOT NATURAL. Before we continue to document and layout the pervasive assault that has been launched upon what once was humanity, it is important to remove all doubt about what we are seeing under the microscope. Whether that be a natural object, such as bacteria; an environmental contaminant, such as microplastics; or nanotechnology, as we believe the evidence makes clear.

The average blood cell is 7-10 µm (micrometers) wide; keep that in mind as you look over the samples we will be examining below.


— The Nano to Micro scale. Source: Microbiology (OpenStax).

— Different strains of bacteria under an electron microscope. Note the rounded shapes and general uniformity in their dimensions. Source: Microbiology (OpenStax).


B. Parasites

— Plasmodium falciparum (10-20 µm), the bacteria responsible for Malaria. Source: The American Society of Hematology.

— Leishmania infantum (2-4 µm), the bacteria responsible for cutaneous leishmaniasis.

— Toxoplasma gondii, the parasite responsible for toxoplasmosis. (1000x magnification)

— Trypanosoma brucei, the parasite responsible for trypanosomiasis. For scale, the black ruler is 10 µm.


These are some of the various bloodborne parasites that can infect a human. The difference in what we see above and what we have seen so far under the slides are immense. These are clearly organic structures, with irregular shapes and uniform patterns. Organelles, i.e. cellular organs, can be visibly seen. The size of these organisms is either too small — or too large — to be the culprit of the structures we have seen. Importantly, the fact that our patients have not presented symptoms of a bacterial or parasitic infection is a massive indicator that the structures we have discovered are not bacterial or parasitic in origin.


C. Helminths

— Anisakis simplex, an intestinal parasite responsible for Anisakiasis (Boysen et al.).

— A helminth parasite. Note the tapered tail, the irregular shape, and the visible organelles.


The helminth class of parasite is far too large (35-50 cm) to be the culprit of the bloodborne structures we have witnessed in our patients, but it is still useful to demonstrate what a natural organism should look like. We see visible organelles; portions of this parasite are translucent under the scope, but not perfectly so. The circumference varies, and micro appendages can be seen along the membrane.


D. Crystals

— Cholesterol crystals from the blood.

— Cholesterol crystals in urine. Source: American Journal of Kidney Diseases.

— A salt crystal.

— Calcium oxalate in urine. Source: American Journal of Kidney Diseases.

— Cystine crystals in urine. Source: American Journal of Kidney Diseases.


Generally speaking, crystals should not be found in the blood. In extreme cases, cholesterol crystals can be seen in the blood of those with heavy plaque build up. Outside of cases where a preexisting condition would be known, the crystal samples displayed above are physically precluded from being the culprit of the bloodborne structures we see. It is important nevertheless to demonstrate what naturally forming crystal formations should look like in our body, to further demonstrate that what we have seen IS NOT NATURAL.


E. Microplastics

— Microplastic pollution in urban dust (Dehgani et al.).

— Microplastics in cosmetic face scrub. Source: ioLight.

— Fragments of microplastic from the Baltic Sea. Source: Stockholm University


Firstly, note the torn edges and rough texture of these micromaterials. They look like ripped up pieces of plastic, just microscopic in scale. Due to the physical constraints of this substance, it is impossible for microplastics to be responsible for the structures we have seen in previous blood samples. Even the smallest microplastic particles found in human blood have been roughly the same size as a small bacterium (>.7 μm) (Leslie et al.). That means they would be barely visible on our microscope at 400x magnification, yet still distinct enough to discern their shape. The visible structures we have seen in the blood of our patients in no way conforms with microplastics exposure.


F. Conclusions

The structures seen in The Forced Evolution of Humanity, as well as the ones seen in the samples below, can not be mistaken for bacteria, cysts, dust, cloth fibers, microplastics, crystals, parasites, or any other material — either natural or synthetic — capable of infecting human blood.


II – Blood Analysis


A. Legend

Graphene Oxide – GO

Graphene Nanocrystals – GNC

Graphene Hydrogel – GHG

Graphene Quantum Dots – GQD

Hydrogel Filament – HGF

Hydrogel Nanostructure – HNS


B. Preparation

These two blood samples are from our former control patient, an unjabbed 61 year old male (Sample from 8/18/2023). The patient has not had any sexual contact in the last 3 years. The patient has no history of intravenous drug use (IVDU). The patient was mandated by his employer to undergo routine PCR swap tests in 2021, but has not taken any since.

These samples were collected and analyzed on 9/5/23. This patient had not taken any injectable medications since 2020 — until two weeks ago. The patient had a minor medical episode and had to be taken to the emergency room at his local hospital. He received 15 mg of Ketorolac Tromethamine (or Toradol), 1 liter of Sodium Chloride (or Saline), and 4 mg of Ondansetron (or Zofran), administered intravenously. He also received 3 tablets of Tylenol, administered orally. These are some of the most commonly administered drugs in ER’s across the world.

Our glass slides were brand new; they were also sterilized and washed with 70% Isopropyl Alcohol before use.


C. Sample #1

(Image: C1)

(Image: C2)

(Image: C3)


The disfigurement and blebbing of these cells is immediately evident upon inspection of the sample: clear indicators of apoptosis. This damage is particularly noticeable in the areas around the hydrogel structures.

These are the telltale signs of nanomaterials exposure.

(Image: C4)

(Image: C5)


This is a graphene hydrogel filament. The size of this filament precludes this from being a bacterial parasite or cloth fiber, and its structure is incongruent with a natural organism. No discernable organelles can be seen within this structure, further solidifying that this filament is synthetic in origin.

(Image: C6)

(Image: C7)


Close up shots (600x magnification) of the hydrogel filament seen in C4 & C5. The filament appears to be folding in on itself in order to create a tube-like structure.

(Image: C8)


This appears to be a hydrogel nanostructure in the early stages of self-assembly. Note the graphene quantum dot activity within the structure.

(Image: C9)

(Image: C10)

(Image: C11)


This hydrogel nanoisland is in the process of oxidization, resulting in the creation of graphene quantum dots (seen clearly in C11). Note the apoptosis and membrane disfigurement of the red blood cells in the vicinity, as well as the white blood cells in the vicinity of the nanoislands in C9 & C10.


D. Sample #2

(Image: D1)


This large hydrogel nanoisland can be seen oxidizing in our patient’s blood. Large pockets of graphene quantum dots are synthesizing within it. The clump of cells seen in the bottom right are white blood cells; these are visible in much higher quantities in these two samples versus the patient’s previous samples.

(Image: D2)

(Image: D3)


Nanocrystals and quantum dots can be seen within the hydrogel nanoisland first seen in D1. This is clearly not an air bubble or some kind of naturally occurring organism. Note the early stages of apoptosis seen in D2.

(Image: D4)


Another hydrogel filament in the early stages of assembly. The faint outline of a hydrogel nanostructure can be seen at the end of this filament. Again, note the severe cellular disfigurement in the vicinity of these structures.

(Image: D5)

(Image: D6)


A large Hydrogel nanoisland in the process of synthesizing graphene quantum dots. Note the apoptosis visible in the bottom right corner of D6.

(Image: D7)

(Image: D8)


The first of two large hydrogel filaments that can be seen in Sample #2. This filament appears to be folding in on itself, like we saw in Sample #1. Quantum dots can be seen within the nanoisland that this filament is connected to.

(Image: D9)

(Image: D10)


This hydrogel filament seems to be more advanced in its construction. It is no longer a flat filament, but has wrapped itself into a roughly tubular shape. No visible organelles can be seen, and its dimensions are incongruent with any blood parasite known to mankind.

(Image: D11)


This appears to be a hydrogel nanostructure. Note the graphene quantum dot activity within the structure.


Author’s Note: This patient will be running The Expurgo Protocol shortly. The findings will be analyzed after one full week of the regimen, and our results will be published shortly after that.


III – Conclusions


NONE of the nanostructures seen in the samples we have collected and analyzed can be misconstrued as a natural organism. The general uniformity of these nanostructures — from the nanoislands to the hydrogel filaments — as well as their construction process, clearly precludes the possibility of them being environmental contaminants; such as microplastics. The structures seen in these samples entirely conform with the medical and scientific literature on nanotechnology, as well as our previous findings. The structures we see in these samples further validates the findings from our first case study on nanotechnological parasites, The Forced Evolution of Humanity.

These are not the conclusions I wish to reach, but they are the conclusions I must come to nonetheless.

Our patient has not changed his schedule, eating, or drug habits in any way in the time between his clean samples and these infected samples. The only variable that has changed in the time period between then and now is the administration of the IV drugs Ketorolac Tromethamine/Toradol, Sodium Chloride/Saline, and Ondansetron/Zofran. Our findings comport with previous discoveries by

, Dr.

, and too many other researchers to list: namely, that our most common drugs are being adulterated with nanotechnology.

My team and I feel compelled to state again that ALL synthesized drugs — particularly IV, intranasal, & inhalable drugs — must be considered adulterated with nanotechnology until proven otherwise.

I struggle to put into words the depth and profundity of the evil that has been committed against the world. A great crime continues to unfold in our living rooms, and our countries have become battlefields. Instinctively, many of us are aware of what has been done to us; the victims of this bioweapon attack can often pinpoint their decline in health to the injections. Due to the complexity of the weapon system unleashed upon the world, most are incapable of accurately describing what has been done to them. We may not be able to see these weapons with the naked eye, but that doesn’t make them any less deadly — or any less real.

The world has been poisoned; violated on a scale that is staggering to fathom due to its sheer complexity and scope. Trust has been shattered; the social compact, torn asunder. Every secular institution has failed us; each has been compromised, down to the spiritual and moral level. Our families & our children are caught in the crossfire of their cowardice, and the casualties are mounting.

A silent epidemic of death and disease has only just begun to manifest itself.


Welcome… to The Quiet War.


“Nanotechnology will let us build computers that are incredibly powerful.

We’ll have more power in the volume of a sugar cube than exists in the entire world today.”

— Ralph Merkle, Computer Scientist and Mathematician

Further Research

Wikipedia — List of parasites of humans


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