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General Practitioner and Pharma Entrepreneur Study Images of the ‘Structures,’ ‘Crystals,’ and ‘Ribbons’ in Pfizer’s COVID ‘Vaccine,’ Offer Ideas of What The Objects Are


In this discussion between general practitioner Dr. David Nixon and pharmaceutical entrepreneur Sasha Latypova, the two analyze images of “structures,” “crystals,” and “ribbons” that are appearing in the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID “vaccines” and attempt to explain what they are. Nixon, who’s used a darkfield microscope to analyze the contents of the Pfizer-BioNTech injections, says similar structures have also been found in Moderna and Novavax’s COVID “vaccines,” as well as even this year’s flu “vaccine.”


Australian general practitioner Dr. David Nixon has been making the rounds on various podcasts and (far from mainstream) talk shows presenting darkfield microscopic images and video of what’s inside of the contents of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 “vaccines.” Now, in a conversation with serial pharmaceutical entrepreneur Sasha Latypova—who’s previously outlined how the Department of Defense is actually responsible for the rollout of the COVID injections, from manufacturing to distribution—Nixon offers his rudimentary understanding of what he’s previously referred to as “magic” technology.

Nixon, who has recently gone viral thanks to his appearances on Australian interviewer Maria Zeee’s show, wherein he presented images and videos of “ribbons,” “circuits,” “crystals,” and “structures” that “assemble” in the contents of Pfizer-BioNTech’s injection over time, begins his presentation by noting that, regarding the COVID narrative, “there were a lot of things that didn’t make sense.” Nixon adds “[It became] apparent very early on that the vaccines weren’t safe and weren’t effective.”

After deciding to look for himself into what was going on with the COVID injections—by simply looking at their contents with an optical microscope—Nixon stumbled upon a world of strange objects observable on the micro scale; an oddity in itself as the experimental injections supposedly only have lipid nanoparticles (LNPs) in them, which only become apparent on the nano scale.

A look at one of the “structures” (top of image) and one of the “crystals” (bottom of image). Image: Dr. David Nixon via Sasha Latypova’s Due Diligence

As for what he’s found so far, the cavalcade of micro-scale structures is seemingly endless. Nixon notes he’s done most of his microscopy work on the contents of Pfizer-BioNTech’s “vaccines,” studying them over the course of days, weeks, and even months. And it turns out that whatever is in Pfizer-BioNTech’s injection vials changes quite drastically over time. Especially if the injection material is placed within distance of a Wi-Fi router.

The objects—which have now been found by many other citizen scientists, including Dr. Daniel Nagase in Canada, Dr. Simon Yanowitz in Israel, and the Working Group for COVID Vaccine Analysis in Germany—range in size and shape, although it seems a large number of the “structures” that appear in the injection contents are about six times the size of a red blood cell—or 50 microns across. Both Latypova and Nixon agree they are “quite large.” (A micron, for reference, is one millionth of a meter.)

A look at one of the “ribbons” connecting two “structures.” Image: Dr. David Nixon via Sasha Latypova’s Due Diligence

Along with the free-floating crystals—which Latypova and Nixon agree are not salt crystals or cholesterol crystals (despite the fact there is a lot of visual similarity)—and the structures they appear to make up, Nixon also shows the “ribbons” that have been appearing as well. (Again, propagating at a much higher rate when the contents of Pfizer-BioNTech’s injection are left within range of a Wi-Fi router.) As the GP shows, at around the 17:00 mark in the video, the ribbons appear to lie across and connect the crystalline structures, as well as individual crystals. And “clearly not by chance” according to Nixon.

Nixon also notes that as the concentration of the Pfizer-BioNTech injection material is increased—that is to say, as he adds more and more to a single slide—the structures grow more and more complex (if unshielded and within range of a Wi-Fi router).

What is likely to be a naturally occurring crystal from Moderna’s “vaccine.” Image: Dr. David Nixon via Sasha Latypova’s Due Diligence

As for explanations of what exactly they’re looking at, it seems Nixon nor Latypova have any kind of firm answers whatsoever. (Contrary to electrical engineers Simon Yanowitz and Mat Taylor, who seem almost certain that these structures—when fully “grown”—are circuit boards, and the ribbons are some kind of connection between them.) Nixon does offer up several observations he’s made so far regarding the ecosystem of micro-scale oddities, however, including their appearing overnight; their inability to grow when shielded from Wi-Fi and other wireless radiation; their ability to grow into more complex structures when fresh “vaccine” is added; and their being visually distinct from naturally occurring crystals.

Speaking of which, Nixon says he was able to take a look at a relatively small amount of Novavax and Moderna COVID “vaccine,” and believes he saw naturally occurring crystals in those. For reference, the image immediately above shows what Nixon believes to be a naturally occurring (salt? cholesterol?) crystal from some Moderna “vaccine” material. (Although the GP does note that he saw the same types of structures in the Moderna injection material as in the Pfizer-BioNTech material as well.)

Image: Dr. David Nixon via Sasha Latypova’s Due Diligence

Nixon, pulling from a paper published in 2021 dubbed “Self-Assembled Open Porous Nanoparticle Superstructures,” also speculates that the process being observed here is “epitaxial” growth. Or, as Nixon says, the injection material is using one crystal of one type as the substrate to grow another crystal of another type. He shows (at around the 23:20 mark), how the square shards that are often present near the crystalline structures may, in fact, be breaking off from them. In the image immediately above, Nixon shows a crystalline structure (center) with what he believes are broken-off, square and rectangular shards (left of center).

At around the 29:20 mark Nixon shows “sparkling” bits in Moderna’s “vaccine” vial, which Latypova connects with Pfizer whistleblower Melissa McAtee’s claim that the injection material glows blue when put in front of a dark background. “I remember one of the whistleblowers… from manufacturing in Pfizer was saying that the substance in the vials was glowing blue,” Latypova says. “So this might explain this sort of sparkling. ‘Cause we see how it’s sparkling and moving around in Pfizer’s substance and here [in Moderna’s vial] and it may explain the blue glowing that she was observing under certain light conditions.”

Image: Dr. David Nixon via Sasha Latypova’s Due Diligence

The Novavax “vaccine” appeared to have far fewer of these structures, crystals, etc. in it. However, when Nixon left it out to dry, he was able to identify the “ribbons” seen in Pfizer-BioNTech’s “vaccine.” Nixon also shows that the same type of ribbons appear in various venous blood samples (immediately above), and notes that “[colleagues] who’ve been doing live blood analysis… for the last 20 or so years haven’t seen these structures in the blood other than [in] the last 12 months.”

Toward the close of the interview Nixon says that if he leaves Pfizer-BioNTech COVID “vaccine” contents near a Wi-Fi router (unshielded by a faraday bag), he is able to see all of these strange micro-scale structures appear 100% of the time. He also says he’s looked at the blood of between 60 and 70 “vaccinated” patients, and seen ribbons 90% of the time. Nixon says his colleagues have also found “similar structures” in this year’s flu “vaccine.”


Feature image: Dr. David Nixon via Sasha Latypova’s Due Diligence

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