I used to refer to these structures that appear in the vaccine as ribbons but they are distinctly different from the ribbons that we see in the blood.
These structures appear develop over time. I first saw this wire in late October this year when I discovered my first generation of chips from this slide.
Here is a partial of the wire as it appeared then.

Subsequently all these chips were dis-assembled
however the wire appears unchanged

Subsequent to this I added further vaccine and the areas below and above the wire looked like this

Currently I have added further vaccine to this slide and am awaiting for my next crop of chips!


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Danyele Mercier wrote: Dec 15, 2022


May I bring this article to your attention. In particularly, take a look at Dr. Philippe van Welbergen's picture of graphene ("optic fiber/ribbon"?).


"The next image is of a person who has been injected with the experimental Covid drug. The blood is coagulated, the misshapen red blood cells are clumped together. The cell encircled in the image is a healthy red blood cell, one of the few in the image, sitting alongside the graphene fibres. You can see the size of the graphene fibres in relation to the size of a red blood cell. Fibres of this size will block capillaries. You can also see the graphene fibres are hollow and contain red blood cells..." *

His picture clearly shows the same 3 strands splitted bundle end and the same side protuberance than the ones you took a picture of, connected to a dark crystal square, which emitted distincts coloured light dots (in your discussion with Matt Taylor).

* If it was a red blood cell, should it not be as deformed as all the others are in this picture? Then, if it is not a red blood cell what is it? Could it be a "key/connexion" or a "proto-dot" to be inserted into the crystals?