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What Is Hydrogel and Is It in the COVID Injections? Here’s a Deep Dive into the Evidence Suggesting the Former Material Is Indeed Present in the Novel Jabs


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Here is an overview of the evidence suggesting that hydrogel—a material consisting of a crosslinked three-dimensional polymer network structure that can absorb and retain considerable amounts of water and act as a carrier of materials such as mRNA, adjuvants, nanoparticles, and antigens—is present in the COVID-19 injections. Even though it’s not supposed to be…


Because neither patients nor doctors are allowed to know what ingredients are contained in the COVID-19 injections—read the Summary Basis for Regulatory Action for COMIRNATY here and SPIKEVAX here for evidence of that fact—and independent study of what’s inside of them is technically illegal due to “trade secrets,” it’s anybody’s guess as to what, exactly, billions of people have had put into their bodies. A fact that holds true even for those who’ve analyzed a small handful of vials and are so certain of what’s not in the injections’ contents.

In an interview from late May of this year with Dr. Jane Ruby, however, former pharmaceutical R&D executive and entrepreneur Sasha Latypova offered speculation, which echoes, it seems, what many other experts believe is a key ingredient of the enormously dangerous and utterly ineffective jabs: hydrogel.

Latypova discussing the potential of hydrogel in the COVID injections begins around 17:32

Hydrogel, which is a material consisting of a crosslinked three-dimensional polymer network structure that can absorb and retain considerable amounts of water, can take on myriad forms of varying rigidity, and is widely applied in medical devices and biotechnology. As Latypova notes, for example, hydrogel can be used to make contact lenses. More experimentally, the material is being explored as a way to replace damaged human tissues or serve as artificial muscles in the human body that can be stimulated by electrical impulses.

Hydrogel also works well as a spectacular carrier of materials, such as mRNA, adjuvants, nanoparticles, and antigens. If it sounds like it could be used to make COVID “vaccines,” you won’t be shocked to learn it has in multiple studies—including this one and this one.

But is hydrogel already present in the COVID injections that have been—and continue to be—pushed into the general population? The evidence very much seems to point to that indeed being the case. And there’s even evidence that the hydrogel functions as a sort of synthetic parasite.

“I think what they’re doing is they’re putting this hydrogel in [the COVID injection vials], in various forms… [and] then they can formulate all kinds of things. So it’s also used to load RNA, for example, specifically because it’s protective,” Latypova tells Ruby. “They also can load all sorts of materials into it such as nanoparticles…. [as well as] metals, metal nanoparticles, metal toxicities…”

The pharma insider adds “whatever gets infused into this hydrogel will stay there and be protected.”

Latypova also notes that “self-assembly” is a “huge area of research” related to hydrogels and speculates that the fibrous white clots embalmers have been pulling from the bodies of those injected with the COVID “vaccines” are a result of the hydrogel’s presence and behavior.

As for what the hydrogel in the COVID injections actually looks like, as well as how it behaves and what its utility function is, it is currently impossible to know for sure. In the video immediately below, however, Australian physician David Nixon offers some images of what may be hydrogel from one of the COVID mRNA injections. Israeli electrical engineer Simon Yanowitz and physician Dr. Ana Maria Mihalcea—an internist with a PhD in pathology—also offer some speculation as to what its purpose is.

“If what we are seeing is indeed some hydrogel that carries with it all the materials that are used for the construction of this structure, then it carries with it also the blueprint for where to place everything,” Yanowitz says, referring to microscope video of the COVID injection vials’ contents captured by Nixon. “So it’s like, some hardware and some software of the construction. The bricks and the master plan for laying them, together.”

“The way that they program them is not yet 100% clear. They could be using proteins, peptides and so-on, that do the self-assembly, where the hydrogel is just the carrier medium,” the electrical engineer adds. “You see the background is immersed in this hydrogel and then things are flowing and then somehow there is the wisdom of what and where to pick and what to place. So this is a combination of very advanced technologies.”

Simon Yanowitz and Mihalcea discuss the hydrogel aspect of the COVID injections at the 17:20 mark.

Mihalcea adds, “we know that hydrogels are programmable matter and they are intelligent in the sense that they appear to have literally an organic, an inorganic component, and an aliveness to them.” The physician also notes “it’s very interesting ’cause I think that all of us in this group have observed… some very, very strange phenomenon… .”

As for a core function of hydrogel in the context of the COVID injections—if it is indeed present in the literal weaponsCeleste Solum, who worked as a pediatric nurse and in environmental medicine during her career, as well as a FEMA employee who worked on the agency’s databases, says in the video embedded below that it ultimately ends up killing whichever human it “grows” inside of.

Solum notes that for those who “got the injection” the hydrogel works as an “empty water balloon” in the body that is assembled and grown by “swarms” of nanoparticles that use a particular DARPA “swarming” program. Celeste notes that the hydrogel balloon “is actually growing and as it grows, and it fills you… it will eventually take over your brain—every nook and crevice of your brain. All over your whole body until it consumes you and you die.” (Note studies on hydrogels used as a way to maintain and distribute “magnetic swarm robots” are available online. DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, which is an R&D arm of the DOD, is indeed exploring the uses of hydrogel, including as “scaffolds” that can be “laced with a drug.”)

Critically, Solum says that, in order to grow, what the hydrogen balloon (clot?) is doing “is harvesting your nutrition and your life force and your energy.”

With Solum’s description of how hydrogel behaves and what effects it has on (in) the body, listen to the way Canadian embalmer Laura Jeffrey describes the “white fibrous” or “fibrin” clots that numerous embalmers say have plagued the bodies they’ve cared for since the rollout of the COVID injections in the video immediately below. At first, she tells a National Citizens Inquiry (NCI) panel, she thought the bizarre clots she was pulling were either “tape worm[s]” or some other type of “parasite.”

“That was a whole new anomaly,” Jeffrey says, referring to the first time she found the clots. “It just kept happening, it was [in] everybody,” She adds. “Over time [they] got bigger… if you were to take a small side plate, like a bread plate, and put spaghetti on it and kind of heap it [on], that could happen, yeah.”

Each clot was “like… a parasite that was feeding off a blood clot that it created in the body,” Jeffrey says. The clots had “tentacles” and “blood clots that [were] integrated into the end of those tentacles,” the veteran embalmer adds, going as far as to say “It felt like it was a parasite that was feeding off a blood clot that it created in the body.”

Note this description seems to echo, to a high degree, Celeste’s description of the way hydrogel (aided by nanoparticles, etc.) behaves in the body.

Despite anybody who may now be inclined to throw a red “Conspiracy theory!” flag, note the idea of using hydrogel in COVID-19 “vaccines” is not conspiratorial or even theoretical. On the contrary, this exact type of injection has been concocted for multiple studies already.

Take, for example, a study titled “Sustained Delivery of SARS-CoV-2 RBD Subunit Vaccine Using a High Affinity Injectable Hydrogel Scaffold” published in Advanced Healthcare Materials on November 10, 2021. The study, authored by Mingling Ma, et al., notes the following in its abstract:

“Because of its small size, most preclinical and early clinical efforts have focused on multimerizing RBD on various formats of nanoparticles to increase its immunogenicity. Using an easily administered injectable hydrogel scaffold that is rationally designed for enhanced retainment of RBD, an alternative and facile approach for boosting RBD immunogenicity in mice is demonstrated.”

The authors go on to note the following:

“The hydrogel scaffold induces potent germinal center (GC) reactions, correlating with RBD-specific antibody generation and robust type 1 T cell responses. Besides being an enduring RBD reservoir, the hydrogel scaffold becomes a local inflammatory niche for innate immune cell activation.”

And the following:

“Collectively, the injectable hydrogel scaffold provides a simple, practical, and inexpensive means to enhance the efficacy of RBD-based subunit vaccines against COVID-19 and may be applicable to other circulating and emerging pathogens.”

A pre-print paper authored by Eric A. Appel, et al. titled “Broad and Durable Humoral Responses Following Single Hydrogel Immunization of SARS-CoV-2 Subunit Vaccine” that was posted online on May 1, 2023, likewise, describes “PNP [polymer-nanoparticle] hydrogels [that] elicit improved anti-COVID immune responses with only a single administration, demonstrating their potential as critical technologies to enhance our overall pandemic readiness.”

Preprint by Eric A. Appel, et al. / bioRxiv

A study published in Biomacromolecules on March 28, 2022, titled “Injectable Slow-Release Hydrogel Formulation of a Plant Virus-Based COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate,” even describes Cowpea mosaic virus (CPMV) “nanoparticles in injectable hydrogels to achieve slow particle release and prolonged immunostimulation.” The authors add in their abstract:

“CPMV nanoparticles can be formulated effectively in chitosan/GP hydrogels and are released as intact particles for several months with conserved immunotherapeutic efficacy. The injectable hydrogel containing epitope-labeled CPMV offers a promising single-dose vaccine platform for the prevention of future pandemics as well as a strategy to develop long-lasting plant virus-based nanomedicines.”

Not only are there studies focused on using hydrogel-based “vaccines” for COVID and other “pandemic pathogens,” but, as biotech analyst and med-legal advisor Karen Kingston highlighted in an interview with Stew Peters, Moderna filed a patent on June 12, 2019 in the United States for “Modified Polynucleotides For The Production Of Secreted Proteins,” which describes the following:

“A pharmaceutical composition which has a plurality of lipid nanoparticles that has a mean particle size of between 80 nm and 160 nm and contains a modified mRNA encoding a polypeptide. The lipid nanoparticles include a cationic lipid, a neutral lipid, a cholesterol, and a PEG lipid. The mRNA contains a 5′-cap , 5′-UTR, N1-methyl-pseudouridine, a 3 ‘-UTR, and a poly-A region with at least 100 nucleotides.”

In the patent for the “pharmaceutical composition,” which sounds very much like the formulation for Pfizer’s original COVID “vaccine”—the parts of the formulation we’re allowed to know about and are available online, anyway—notes in part 219 of the patent the following:

“In one embodiment, the polynucleotides, primary constructs and/or mmRNA [modified mRNA] disclosed herein may be encapsulated into any hydrogel known in the art which may form a gel when injected into a subject. Hydrogels are a network of polymer chains that are hydrophilic, and are sometimes found as a colloidal gel in which water is the dispersion medium.”

Moderna’s patent goes on to note that “the hydrogel described herein may [be] used to encapsulate lipid nanoparticles which are biocompatible, biodegradable, and/or porous” and that “the… hydrogel may be be programmed to release one or more polynucleotides, primary constructs and/or mmRNA using nucleic acid hybridization.”

Link to patent

Critcally, note that the patent also allows for the use of “Fibrin gels, hydrogels and glues [comprised of] two components, a fibrinogen solution and a thrombin solution which is rich in calcium.” Note that the embalmers who keep finding the COVID injection-related clots often refer to them as “fibrous” or even as being “fibrin” clots.

Even more critically, note that this patent has been cited by three coronavirus vaccines, including two by Curevac Ag (which, of course, has not yet brought a “vaccine” to market), as well as BioNTech. For those unfamiliar, Pfizer’s COVID injection is actually a Pfizer-BioNTech injection, as the two companies paired up to produce it.

Because Moderna’s patent highlights the use of fibrin gels, it should be noted that fibrin hydrogels are a widely used material in regenerative medicine. New Jersey-based peptide synthesis company LifeTein, for example, wrote in a post published on March 15, 2023 that it had explored a “protocol group” of “composite hydrogels, made from the self-assembly of fibrinogen together with [dipeptides] Fmoc-FF and Fmoc-RGD… [and] saw that these hydrogels co-assembled from short peptides and fibrin… .” LifeTein notes that the fibrin-short-peptide hydrogel has “enhanced mechanical properties” including the ability to “jellify in situ, potentially allowing the pregel to be administered via injection.”

Incredibly, a study published in The Journal of the Royal Society Interface in September of 2008 titled “Fibrin gels and their clinical and bioengineering applications” noted that “Fibrin gels, prepared from fibrinogen and thrombin, the key proteins involved in blood clotting, were among the first biomaterials used to prevent bleeding and promote wound healing.”

The study notes that “the unique polymerization mechanism of fibrin, which allows control of gelation times and network architecture by variation in reaction conditions, allows formation of a wide array of soft substrates under physiological conditions” and that the fibrin gels function well as “haemostatic plugs.”

Haemostatic plugs stop the flow of blood within the blood vessels.

John W. Weisel, et al. / The Journal of the Royal Society Interface

Furthermore, it should be noted that hydrogels are used extensively in the field of bionanotechnology. As Latypova notes in her interview with Ruby, Charles Lieber and Robert Langer have both worked with hydrogels extensively. Langer is regarded as the founder of tissue engineering in regenerative medicine and is one of the nine Institute Professors at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

According to a report in Nature, Lieber, whom Harvard placed on paid leave after his arrest in December 2021, “was principal investigator of a research team that received more than US$15 million in federal grants from agencies including the US Department of Defense (DOD) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) between 2008 and 2019.” Nature noted in its report that Lieber was working on nanoscale wires that can record electrical signals from live cells such as neurons. (Lieber was found guilty of lying to government authorities about his ties to the Chinese government in federal court.)

In a review published in Advanced Materials in 2006 by Langer, et al. the authors note that hydrogels exhibit “intelligent behavior [that] can be used in sensors, microarrays, and imaging.” Langer and his colleagues wrote in the review that “Many natural polymers, such as collagen, hyaluronic acid, and fibrin, are derived from various components of the mammalian extracellular matrix.” Note that the extracellular matrix is a “large network of proteins and other molecules that surround, support, and give structure to cells and tissues in the body.”

A 2011 report in Harvard Magazine, nine years before Lieber’s arrest, noted that the professor of chemistry and his team were working on “the development of a bio-compatible transistor the size of a virus.” The same report noted that Lieber et al. were working on “nanowires to create a transistor so small that it can be used to enter and probe cells without disrupting the intracellular machinery.” These transistors, Harvard Magazine reported, would allow scientists to build “tiny electronic devices.” The report concluded that nanoscale devices like Lieber’s bio-compatible transistors “might one day provide hybrid biological-digital computation.”

Also note that in an October 2015 paper published in Nano Letters titled “Syringe Injectable Electronics: Precise Targeted Delivery with Quantitative Input/Output Connectivity” Lieber et al. wrote that “Syringe-injectable mesh electronics with tissue-like mechanical properties and open macroporous structures is an emerging powerful paradigm for mapping and modulating brain activity.”

Note that when lab director and journalist Mike Adams chemically analyzed one of the strange fibrous clots that had been found by an embalmer, he found—along with a great many metals—what appeared to be “nanowires emanating” from it. Hear from Adams himself in the videos available via the post embedded immediately below.

There has also been a great deal of speculation by numerous “Team Reality” experts who all believe hydrogel is indeed present in the contents of the COVID injections, but provide differing ideas as to how it’s being deployed. The late Dr. Rashid Buttar, a licensed physician and retired Major in the U.S. Army, told Australian media host Maria Zeee in late 2022 interview—embedded immediately below—that hydrogel has been injected into those who received the COVID “vaccines,” and that it carries various deadly pathogens.

“It just so happens that in this particular case, there’s… overwhelming evidence that there’s at least three pathogens [in the hydrogel] we know of… [and] probably more, additional ones that we’re not aware of,” Buttar tells Zeee in this clip from the interview. He claims the three that he knows are in the hydrogel include Marburg, Ebola, and E. coli.

Buttar further claims the hydrogel allows the antigens to work like a “sleeper cell.” That is, the hydrogel maintains the pathogens in a steady state until, at some point in the future, they will be released and become pathogenic. (I.e. they will begin causing terrible disease.) He claims the trigger for the release of the pathogens will come from “18 gigahertz pulses” from 5G towers.

Relevant to Buttar’s claims, naturopathic doctor Ariyana Love brought to light in an interview with Stew Peters the fact that Johnson & Johnson’s COVID injections cite a patent for a recombinant adenovirus vectors encoding filovirus antigens. Marburg is a filovirus (supposedly). Link to the patent cited by Johnson & Johnson is here.

Also note that an anonymous FEMA whistleblower said in an interview with Maria Zeee in January of 2023 that 5G towers would be used as the catalyst for the next “pandemic.”

Although she was dismissed by some as having fraudulent credentials, clinical lab scientist and double PhD in immunology and virology Poormina Wagh also claimed to have studied—along with an international team of colleagues—2,300 COVID injection vials and found that they all contained hydrogel. In fact, Wagh claims in the interview with Dr. Lee Merritt embedded immediately below that “every single vaccine… is the same vaccine” and that “none of them have mRNA” or any viral vectors.

Wagh says in her interview with Merritt:

“Every single vaccine… is the same vaccine. They’re just branded with different names. None of them have mRNA. The mRNA vaccines have no mRNA. They have no spike protein. The viral vectors have no viral vectors in them, no nothing. It’s just a hydrogel platform with reduced graphene oxide and a synthetic lipid nanoparticle and… junk. Heavy metal contamination. Massive amounts of heavy metal contamination. And that’s it. It’s a chemical… weapon, it’s not even a bioweapon.”

Note that graphene oxide-based hydrogels are commonly studied and documented in peer-reviewed literature. Here is one example: “Graphene Oxide-Based Hydrogels to Make Metal Nanoparticle-Containing Reduced Graphene Oxide-Based Functional Hybrid Hydrogels.” Here is another example: “Graphene oxide-incorporated hydrogels for biomedical applications”

Finally, it should also be noted that, it seems, at least a handful of experts believe there is hydrogel incorporated into the swabs used for the fraudulent PCR “tests” that supposedly detect SARS-CoV-2. In the interview immediately below with Pastor Caspar McCloud, for example, World Health Organization (WHO) whistleblower Dr. Astrid Stuckelberger claims that hydrogel was incorporated into the “top” of the PCR test swabs and that “they could put it in the head where the cilia regenerate the most and it goes to the brain, the nerve of the brain.”

Stuckelberger goes on to say “this hydrogel is the sign thing of AI. That’s how they can collect and send data.” The privatdozent and international public health scientist goes on to note the following:

“It looks [like] science-fiction, but professor Montagnier had already done some experiments on this water… and Jacques Benveniste also, who was the real inventor of this, [found] you can send the memory of the water and the data of biology through the WiFi, because it has a frequency—every molecule has a wave, every wave has a frequency, every frequency can have a sound, a light, or a code.”

In summary, while it can’t be said conclusively, it appears there is overwhelming evidence there is indeed hydrogel in the COVID injections that have already been unleashed upon the world. The hydrogel may contain fibrin, graphene oxide, and pathogens, or any one of those things. Based on testimony from embalmers, if the clots they’re finding are indeed based on hydrogel, then it can be said the material is creating structures in people’s bodies that behave as synthetic parasites of sorts—feeding off of fibrinogen and thrombin and/or other components in the extracellular matrix in order to create “haemostatic plugs.” I.e. rubbery blood clots.

It also appears there is substantial evidence that the hydrogel may be a vehicle for delivering advanced nanotechnology—capable of sending and receiving signals, and perhaps monitoring physiological processes—into people’s bodies.

Hear electrical engineers discuss what nanotech they think is in the injections here.

Hear Canadian ER physician Dr. Daniel Nagase describe the “chip-like structures” he observed in the contents of the COVID injections using an electron microscope in the video available via the post embedded immediately below.

Watch numerous videos of embalmers discussing the bizarre fibrous clots they’ve been finding in dead bodies since the rollout of the COVID injections here.

Hear Dr. Astrid Stuckelberger further discuss the likelihood there’s graphene oxide in the COVID injections here.


Feature image: Sadegh Nikgostar

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