These structures exhibit the following shocking properties:
- They are tough, fibrous and resilient, showing material properties similar to small rubber bands.
- They consist of many strands of small, fibrous strands.
- These fibrous strands (see the very last photo set below) show repeating patterns of scale-like engineering, as if the body has been programmed to build another life form inside the blood vessels.
- There are strange crystalline-like structures found on these clots, exhibiting transparency and resistance to normal gram staining techniques.
- Below, you will find one example of a structure that appears to resemble a silicon-like biocircuitry or microchip-like structure. We don't yet know what it is.
- One of the photo sets below reveals what appears to be a biocircuitry wire which clearly shows repeating patterns and nano-scale interface structures that are assembled in a specific geometry for an unknown purpose.
Context for the photos you are about to see:
- I received these "blood clot" samples from a reputable embalmer (Richard Hirschman) who is active in the field of embalming and who confirmed these are not blood vessels or other tissues of any kind. They are structures that were evacuated from inside blood vessels during embalming procedures.
- I stained these samples using standard gram staining techniques used for microbiology in order to enhance structural contrast during microscopy. One of the samples below - the more yellowish sample - was stained only with iodine, not any violet-colored stains.
- The samples were then washed with ethyl alcohol and prepared on slides using standard tissue sample preparation for microscopy.
- Microscope magnification varies from 20x to 1500x, depending on the photo shown below. Magnifications are indicated with each photo set.
- I retain possession of these samples and can reproduce these photographs if required. Any competent lab microscopy operator could reproduce these photos using the same samples.
- My descriptions shown below are merely my own observations and are not intended to indicate certainty of the substances being identified. For example, when I talk about "biocircuitry: or "nanowires," I cannot confirm these are structures actually engineered for purposes of biocircuits. Merely, they resemble structures that seem to indicate such a purpose, but further research would be needed to confirm these observations.