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The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.

 
Anonymous Coward (OP)
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02/02/2011 08:16 AM
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If you take them out it might trigger some sort of alarm and tracking sensor on the alien's console so it might be better to leave them in. But you could throw them off track if you sold them to somebody on eBay. You wouldn't get much for them, maybe just enough to buy a couple of tracks off iTunes.
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I tossed them in the trash. Kinda wish I had kept the larger one now.
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02/02/2011 08:16 AM
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Everyone is examining their wrists right now, LOL.

I'm looking at my thigh at the moment.
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LOL, I totally just checked out my wrists. On to the thighs! I believe you, I don't know why but I do. You have no reason to lie.
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02/02/2011 08:18 AM
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Consider these. You may lose your career. You may lose your home,cars and most of your disposable income as a result. You may lose your spouse. You will certainly lose your sanity and your general health will decline. So think carefully before you decide to "liberate" yourself from these foreign objects that have been imposed upon your body.
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Eat Shit SHILL
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No thanks. I'm having a ham sandwich for breakfast but I'll consider it for lunch.
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I believe you. Would love to hear your theories about why you were implanted.
Aside from the small band of Forteans scattered around the world, nobody seems to notice all aspects of this phantasmagoria.(John A. Keel)
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02/02/2011 08:20 AM
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Everyone is examining their wrists right now, LOL.

I'm looking at my thigh at the moment.
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LOL, I totally just checked out my wrists. On to the thighs! I believe you, I don't know why but I do. You have no reason to lie.
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Your thighs will have more body fat than your hand so I think that is why they are more free floating there and not held in place by anything other than the tissue itself. I just felt carefully and found mine.
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02/02/2011 08:21 AM

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I tossed them in the trash. Kinda wish I had kept the larger one now.

Not a good idea. They might be harmful to the environment. That wasn't very responsible of you.

You should have disposed of them properly by microwaving them first. But then maybe they could have exploded, so no.
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02/02/2011 08:26 AM
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Consider these. You may lose your career. You may lose your home,cars and most of your disposable income as a result. You may lose your spouse. You will certainly lose your sanity and your general health will decline. So think carefully before you decide to "liberate" yourself from these foreign objects that have been imposed upon your body.
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i did lose all those things, and it is just as you say,
i managed to survive, blessed miracles happened that
otherwise never would have, . .
everything costs, . .
slavery or freedom, . .each their own unique price, but
ultimately it is the soul that pays, . .
everyone must choose.
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02/02/2011 08:28 AM
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For anyone curious. The first and most obvious implant was located in my left hand just below the wrist. When I removed it I noticed it was about 1/4 inch long cylinder, jagged on both ends. It was black shiny like licorice or quartz. small diameter. Held in place by T shaped spongy translucent flexible membrane with small barbs on the ends. The other was slightly larger but similar located on inner left thigh. It had nothing holding it in place.
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Did you save them? Take pix? I would like to see em.

Sorry for all the crap you had to go through, I hope things are getting better or have gotten better for you...

Good Luck!
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02/02/2011 08:34 AM
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I believe you. Would love to hear your theories about why you were implanted.
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Haven't a clue as to why. The only thing I have a theory about is the "who" and the "when". Back in the early 80s Myself and another young soldier from my company were told to board a flight on a Chinook from Katterbach to Mannheim. No reason or explanation of any kind given. We were 19Ds so not related to our job in anyway. We both slept during flight. We both noticed we had lost many hours with no account for them. I don't know if this is when it occurred at all but it's my best guess.
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02/02/2011 08:38 AM
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I tossed them in the trash. Kinda wish I had kept the larger one now.
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Not a good idea. They might be harmful to the environment. That wasn't very responsible of you.

You should have disposed of them properly by microwaving them first. But then maybe they could have exploded, so no.

The one in my left had been irradiated many times. I worked at federal facility so I stuck my arm in the x-ray package scanner many times when my co workers wanted to have a look. BTW it showed as both organic and metal in the device. If any of you think you may have one of these things and access to a linescan type machine I won't tell you to scan yourself but I haven't noticed any ill effects from it.
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02/02/2011 10:18 AM
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bump
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02/02/2011 08:12 PM
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Consider these. You may lose your career. You may lose your home,cars and most of your disposable income as a result. You may lose your spouse. You will certainly lose your sanity and your general health will decline. So think carefully before you decide to "liberate" yourself from these foreign objects that have been imposed upon your body.
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burnit
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02/02/2011 08:18 PM
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
Question, how did you know it was an implant under the skin? What tools did you use to help locate it?
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02/02/2011 08:19 PM
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LoL you forget one thing OP once you remove the Physical ONE they Implants you with the etheric ONE ...!

and those one are much more complicate to eliminate ...!

By the way It's one of that Implants that make you create this thread ...!

AnyWay ...!
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02/02/2011 08:37 PM
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LoL you forget one thing OP once you remove the Physical ONE they Implants you with the etheric ONE ...!

and those one are much more complicate to eliminate ...!

By the way It's one of that Implants that make you create this thread ...!

AnyWay ...!
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tell us more! wtf are etheric implants? I'm worried, sorta
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02/04/2011 09:54 AM
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
LoL you forget one thing OP once you remove the Physical ONE they Implants you with the etheric ONE ...!

and those one are much more complicate to eliminate ...!

By the way It's one of that Implants that make you create this thread ...!

AnyWay ...!
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tell us more! wtf are etheric implants? I'm worried, sorta
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etheric implants - (found in auric layers)

which interfere with the normal flow of energy thru chakras and aura.

...
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02/04/2011 10:06 AM
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was the raised surface area of the skin (at the wrist) hard or soft?
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02/04/2011 10:25 AM
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you can apparently find them with a pendulum,I have read most people have them
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03/02/2011 10:51 AM
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Could implant removal or deactivation be the cause of Charlie Sheen's change?
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03/02/2011 11:35 AM
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06/04/2011 11:02 AM
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i have one in my left shoulder, right under the muscle bulge where they usually put shots.

it still hurts all these years later.
as a matter of fact it started hurting again 2 days ago.
its activated now that im reading this thread.

i just wish i knew what it was for.
the pain makes me want to cut it out.
ive seriously thought about it..but still dont have the guts to do it.
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06/04/2011 11:07 AM
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i have one in my left shoulder, right under the muscle bulge where they usually put shots.

it still hurts all these years later.
as a matter of fact it started hurting again 2 days ago.
its activated now that im reading this thread.

i just wish i knew what it was for.
the pain makes me want to cut it out.
ive seriously thought about it..but still dont have the guts to do it.
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Cutting it out can be a problem. I cut mine out but if I had to do it again I might not. They can be set rather deep and infection is possible. Alot of things can go wrong. Plus sewing yourself up isn't as easy as it looks on television. Plus they may just put another in and in a location that is alot less accessible. So you have to consider that.
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06/04/2011 11:18 AM
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Consider these. You may lose your career. You may lose your home,cars and most of your disposable income as a result. You may lose your spouse. You will certainly lose your sanity and your general health will decline. So think carefully before you decide to "liberate" yourself from these foreign objects that have been imposed upon your body.
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Go fuck yourself. I would rather die than let anyone monitor me.
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06/04/2011 11:21 AM
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Consider these. You may lose your career. You may lose your home,cars and most of your disposable income as a result. You may lose your spouse. You will certainly lose your sanity and your general health will decline. So think carefully before you decide to "liberate" yourself from these foreign objects that have been imposed upon your body.
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06/04/2011 11:26 AM
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
Consider these. You may lose your career. You may lose your home,cars and most of your disposable income as a result. You may lose your spouse. You will certainly lose your sanity and your general health will decline. So think carefully before you decide to "liberate" yourself from these foreign objects that have been imposed upon your body.
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Go fuck yourself. I would rather die than let anyone monitor me.
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"They" are already monitoring you. Do whatever you want. I'm not trying to convince you otherwise. My point is there are consequences. I still don't know if removing these things even helps or is good or bad in the long run. There is no handbook or guide. These things are just in us as if we're like an animal tagged in the wild.
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06/04/2011 11:29 AM
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If you "feel different" after removing the implants after so many years, you're probably feeling your old self again.

That has to be worth something...to know who you really are/were.
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06/04/2011 11:39 AM
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You are not allowed to separate from the machine frequency. That's forbidden and stuff.
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06/04/2011 11:40 AM
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If you "feel different" after removing the implants after so many years, you're probably feeling your old self again.

That has to be worth something...to know who you really are/were.
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I guess so. I've read everything I can on the subject and it seems we're all{yourself included} "chipped" or altered in some fashion. This usually happens in young adulthood and more and more people can now recall when they were made"different". They feel that event is when their purely human self more or less died and whatever they went on to be was created. Some people can describe the process and alterations made beyond just the chipping but I cannot recollect anything myself. The problem I have with it still is the why and the ultimate purpose.
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You are not allowed to separate from the machine frequency. That's forbidden and stuff.
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Yes. Seems to be.
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06/04/2011 11:49 AM
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Consider these. You may lose your career. You may lose your home,cars and most of your disposable income as a result. You may lose your spouse. You will certainly lose your sanity and your general health will decline. So think carefully before you decide to "liberate" yourself from these foreign objects that have been imposed upon your body.
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none of that is important at all.... that is like telling a slave that he will be whipped, again. Really stupid.

ripping any foriegn object from my body is the first thing i would do even before breathing!!!

Fear does not work with me!!! I am free!

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