Israeli Electrical Engineer Shows Micron-Scale Images of the ‘Self-Assembling Structures’ in the COVID ‘Vaccine’ Vials

In this interview with pharmaceutical industry entrepreneur Sasha Latypova, Israeli electrical engineer Simon Yanowitz shows micron-scale images of the “self-assembling structures” in the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech “vaccine” vials. Amongst the objects included in the structures, Yanowitz identifies what he refers to as “antennae,” “filaments,” and “pods.”

In a new interview with Sasha Latypova—a graduate of the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and serial entrepreneur in the pharmaceutical and medical industries “with specific focus on development, validation, regulatory acceptance and commercialization of new clinical technologies”—Israeli electrical engineer Simon Yanowitz offers insight into what ingredients are really present inside of the “vaccine” vials from Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech, Johnson & Johnson, and AstraZeneca. And his findings, as has been the case with previous analyses, evinces the presence of “nano structures that self assemble” into micron-scale structures. As well as other materials that, apparently, do not belong in the COVID “vaccine” vials.

Yanowitz, who is a co-author on several research papers revolving around “applications involving image inspection” and who was working on “5G electrical magnetic radiation and [its] association with biological systems” prior to 2020, outlines in his presentation to Latypova images taken on the micrometer scale of the COVID “vaccine” vials’ contents. But while the images are static, the electrical engineer captured many of them, over the course of up to 14 days, resulting in a complete view of how the vial contents change and grow over time. And yes, the contents—which according to both Yanowitz and Latypova shouldn’t be there—do indeed grow over time.

In both the “vaccine” samples from Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech, Yanowitz “immediately” identified “things we should not be able to see” at 200X magnification. He notes that because Moderna and Pfizer purportedly use lipid nanoparticles for their injections, “we should not be able to see them with an optical microscope.” Yet Yanowitz has found what he says are “liposomes”—or “pods”—on that scale, which are up to 25 microns in diameter. (One micron is equal to 1,000 nanometers.)

A look at the “large liposomes” under an optical microscope. Image: Simon Yanowitz

“Lipid nanoparticles should be, maybe, 150 nanometers,” Yanowitz says. “What the hell are 25-micron liposomes doing in these injectables?” he asks rhetorically. (Indeed, it seems the lipid nanoparticles used for Moderna and Pfizer’s “vaccines” are expected to be 100 nanometers in diameter.)

Not only were the liposomes described by Yanowitz shockingly large, but they also “burst” and spilled “matter and other particles” out when the “vaccine” vials were kept (prior to dilution) at room temperature for just 30 minutes. “And this matter contained what seems to be, yet more spheres… and all these linear things” Yanowitz refers to as “needles.”

Liposomes and other debris from the Moderna vial sample. Image: Simon Yanowitz

After leaving the contents of the Pfizer vials to dry out, Yanowitz says the liposomes “disappeared,” leaving behind their payload structures and “needles.” In the Moderna vials, by contrast, the electrical engineer says the liposomes remained stable.

Following the analysis of the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech injections after drying out, Yanowitz used a “neubauer improved counting chamber” (i.e. a “sophisticated microscope slide that has some volume so there is room for [additional liquid]”) in order to study the vial contents in an environment approximating the inside of a body. When he did that, after just 30 minutes at room temperature, Yanowitz observed that the liposomes “started to behave like eggs [out of which] things started to hatch.”

Using phase-contrast microscopy, a technique used for gaining contrast in a translucent specimen without staining the specimen, Yanowitz says he started to see “very strange things… happening” with the contents from the Pfizer-BioNTech vial. He tells Latypova that “A lot of things [began] emerging” from the liposomes, including what he refers to as “filaments,” as well as “necklaces of pearls” made of spheres that aggregated to form “uniform structures.”

With his Moderna “vaccine” sample, Yanowitz observed liposomes with smaller liposomes jutting off from them. He also saw particles that came “in all shapes,” some of them being “just one [or] two microns [in diameter]” and some being “huge.” Very quickly after being left at room temperature, Yanowitz adds he started to see “these things evolve” with the “filaments” growing longer, capable of changing the way they were bent over time.

Close-up look at the “necklaces of pearls” and needles. An “unknown blob” of matter is also in the bottom left-hand corner. Image: Simon Yanowitz

In his sample of Moderna “vaccine,” Yanowitz says he also observed some “smaller, shorter… still very impressive filaments, and then, again, the [necklaces] of pearls.” The electrical engineer says, overall with the Moderna “vaccine,” what he saw was “the self assembly of structures” using the matter contained originally in the “vaccine” vial. A mysterious “blob” also presented itself along with the self-assembling structures.

Yanowitz says he also incubated four different batches of COVID “vaccine” from Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, and AstraZeneca respectively—as well as a control solution—and, after four days, “started seeing very interesting things, indeed.” After the brief incubation period, Yanowitz says “the structures started to become… much larger, and [started to display] very interesting shapes.”

Image: Simon Yanowitz

In the Pfizer-BioNTech samples, Yanowitz identified “structures” becoming larger, and maintaining their connection to some of the liposomes. In fact, the electrical engineer begins to refer to the structures as “nano robots,” although it’s not exactly clear why. (Perhaps simply because they self assemble.) Present in the sample were also what Yanowitz says looked like small “antennae” or “swords.” He also speculates that as people receive more and more “vaccine” boosters, “more contents [will] rendezvous with what’s already in the body and could do some enhancement of the [structures’] features.”

The electrical engineer goes on to speculate that what he observed in his Moderna “vaccine” vial samples appeared to be some form of “microelectronic circuity.” (An observation that aligns perfectly with what Canadian physician Dr. Daniel Nagase observed when he looked at the contents of the COVID “vaccine” vials with the aid of an electron microscope.)

One of the most developed structures observed from the Pfizer-BioNTech vial (developed after 14 days in a cell culture). Image: Simon Yanowitz

Interestingly, when Yanowitz took a closer look at his samples of Johnson & Johnson and AstraZenca “vaccine,” he found none of the technology present in the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna injections.

At the seven-day mark in the incubator, the contents of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna injections became truly bizarre; presenting “structures like there’s no tomorrow.” Yanowitz describes the objects that evolved by the seven-day mark as “elongated, rectangular, [and] very sharp at times.” Under the microscope “debris” was also observed near the structures, although it’s possible the debris could’ve eventually connected with the structures, Yanowitz speculates.

“This is almost impressive, you know?” Yanowitz tells Latypova. He goes on to describe structures that were almost half a millimeter in diameter, again, with visual characteristics of electronic circuitry.

Yanowitz notes this Pfizer-BioNTech structure (center) looks “particularly nasty.” Image: Simon Yanowitz

After two weeks in the incubator, Yanowitz observed the same structures from day seven—as well as the sword-looking pieces. Objects that looked like they “[hadn’t] assembled yet or were still waiting” to collect materials were also present in the sample. One particular structure, in the shape of an especially long one-millimeter antenna or sword, stood out.

In summary, Yanowitz says the COVID “vaccines” are not actually vaccines, but rather “injectables.” (Indeed, the fact that the COVID injections don’t stop infection or transmission unequivocally means they’re not vaccines.) He also says that none of what he observed during his study of the vials should’ve been injected into the body. In addition, he says it’s possible there is magnetic graphene oxide present in the vials, although he says that “we know that graphene oxide is being loaded on us by the food industry, the soft drink industry, [etc.].”

A one millimeter-long “needle” (right side of image) observed after 14 days. Image: Simon Yanowitz

Finally, to glean more certainty around the effects of the injections on the body, Yanowitz says it’s critical to collect more autopsy results from people who’ve died after receiving one of the COVID injections. He notes he “would like to see, ideally, an attempt to find some structures or objects that are suspicious and should not be in the body.” The electrical engineer notes that, as of now, we have “clues,” about the effects of the “vaccines” on the body, but not enough data. Although the clues we already do have only make whatever is in these vials seem all the more sinister.

Feature image: Simon Yanowitz

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