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The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.

 
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i have one on the back of my neck on the left side adjacent to the start of my spine.

I've always known it was an implant since i was about 5 or 6. I've always wondered why it's there and what it is. and WHO put it there. can you give me any insight op?
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Could you recomend someone who could remove my implants?
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I Thought about using my pocket knife but i figured it would hurt.
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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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Please post pictures of device. If this is true I imagine you would have taken lots of pictures. If it were me I would still have the device. If you don't have pics appease take some and post them
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I suspect it was related to a flight without reason or explanation aboard a CH47 to Mannheim I and another fellow were put on while stationed in FRG. It's just kind of a guess on my part though.
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You died on 9/11 1982 in that Chinook crash, OP.

"74-22292 crashed onto the autobahn between Mannheim and Heidelberg, making contact on the helicopter's right side, in a slightly nose up attitude. Upon impact, 74-22292 burst into a huge fire ball, creating a glowing mushroom cloud above the impact site. The "G" force at impact was estimated at 200. An average 180 pound person aboard the helicopter would have been subjected to a force of 36,000 pounds. There is no doubt that death was instantaneous. At some point after the accident, the Flight Engineer assigned to 74-22292, who was crewing another aircraft that day in support of "REFORGER", saw what was left of his heavy metal tool box. Stamped permanently into the bottom of the box was a clear impression of a large open end wrench."



I wonder if Frank Corder also posts here sometimes?

[link to prop1.org]

Or maybe even Salvador Allende.
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03/05/2012 02:40 PM
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Its in your hand they call it a cell phone!
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Is it true if they turn off your chip you will die.
I,m the danger I,m the one who knocks...
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03/05/2012 03:29 PM
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Seriously though, our bodies react to stimuli 2.4 seconds before it even happens / appears before us...
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Link pleez.. shroom
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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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We have identified people who recall, despite chemical 'deprogramming ' over a three day period, being in special para-military units and being 'abductors'. That is, these individuals were used to 'abduct' civilians, in an elaborate and technologically exotic hoax. These humans were the abductors, not the extraterrestrials. But the technology, reverse-engineered from the ETs, is so good, that unless one knew to look for a hoax this good, one would be forever deceived.

And yes, these projects have had the capability for decades to place 'implants' into humans (and animals) for the purpose of not only tracking and reconnaissance, but for inducing specific experiences.

Worse yet, these capabilities have been used to 'abduct', intimidate and deceive world leaders on this subject, and to specifically get them to maintain the secret status of these programs.

[link to www.cseti.org]

Thread: Abductions - Not All that Glitters is Gold
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That is alarming. I'm afraid to even look for one in the first place...

damned
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:satan:

"We think you might be bugged"

Trinity, The Matrix
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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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We have identified people who recall, despite chemical 'deprogramming ' over a three day period, being in special para-military units and being 'abductors'. That is, these individuals were used to 'abduct' civilians, in an elaborate and technologically exotic hoax. These humans were the abductors, not the extraterrestrials. But the technology, reverse-engineered from the ETs, is so good, that unless one knew to look for a hoax this good, one would be forever deceived.

And yes, these projects have had the capability for decades to place 'implants' into humans (and animals) for the purpose of not only tracking and reconnaissance, but for inducing specific experiences.

Worse yet, these capabilities have been used to 'abduct', intimidate and deceive world leaders on this subject, and to specifically get them to maintain the secret status of these programs.

[link to www.cseti.org]

Thread: Abductions - Not All that Glitters is Gold
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This is invisible to MRI, CT and autopsies right ?

Next time, come up with better BS.
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I have one deeply embedded in each armpit, when I try to look and them and bring them to the surface I feel pukey and they seem to pull back into the muscle.
would like to have them surgically removed and see what happens. no joke, they have been there for many years, did not notice them until my military service was over.
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Dunno about OP's, but some folk's aren't invisible, even to x-ray.

I know two people who've had things turn up in x-rays and their docs getting very uneasy and uncomfortable about this immediately upon discovering these artifacts. One doc even fired the patient, wouldn't have anything more to do with them. (probbly "word" gets out--you're best to avoid such patients, no good can come of it for your professional career.)

I've two friends, and we all have "something" in the back of our necks directly beneath the base of the skull, in exactly the same location in each of us. Recently we bought a metal-detector wand (gold panning supply stores ahve them), but it failed to indicate anything metallic. It's comforting to think it's "just a cyst", but dang strange we all have them in the same spot and gravitated towards each other decades after having received them. The mutuality was revealed in idle conversation one day, "Hey, I got this lil' bump right here.." "Me, too", that kinda routine.

Another friend has childhood mems of being in a dark room with a tall, skinny "doctor" and him installing something in her sinus cavity.

That "something" fell out about 20 yrs. later while she was showering, hit the shower floor with a metallic "clink"...freaked her out, panicked, she retrieved it and threw it away. (No such thing as "programming", is there???) Less than a year ago, she fell on stairs, hospital/ex-rays of her skull and doc was intrigued by the "debris" and evidence of a procedure in her sinus...that bit o'the puzzle's documented with x-rays which she's kept. (her proggie must be wearin' thin, no doubt budgetary cuts affect "upgrades" LOL)
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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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YOU CAN NOT BE FUCKING SERIOUS????? and thats a serious question!!

I have never cut into myself and removed any 'chips'

BUT, YET!!!

I have lost my career
I have lost my home, my car, my spouse...
disposabile income? WTF is that?

Yes! I have lost my sanity! and my health has declined, any fucking wonder why!

So, 2 questions for you OP. Same question, asked two different ways......

If I'm chipped - why the fuck do I have the same problems as you are having? (afer all, you removed yours)

And if I'm not chipped to begin with,(as you are now) why am I having, the same problems.

FUCK YOU OP. YOU ARE AS FAKE AS THE POS IN THE wh!!!!!
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I had mine professionally removed but since they can cause a brain bleed after or because of the removal. One was put in so that I could quicky be located in the case of a brain bleed. Ya, well since the topic did present itself. :). How did you get them out of your brain?
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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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how was it put in in the first place?
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The only negative consequence will be just that they come after you again to implant a new bug.
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Seems neodydium magnets could kill some.
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
I suspect it was related to a flight without reason or explanation aboard a CH47 to Mannheim I and another fellow were put on while stationed in FRG. It's just kind of a guess on my part though.
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You died on 9/11 1982 in that Chinook crash, OP.

"74-22292 crashed onto the autobahn between Mannheim and Heidelberg, making contact on the helicopter's right side, in a slightly nose up attitude. Upon impact, 74-22292 burst into a huge fire ball, creating a glowing mushroom cloud above the impact site. The "G" force at impact was estimated at 200. An average 180 pound person aboard the helicopter would have been subjected to a force of 36,000 pounds. There is no doubt that death was instantaneous. At some point after the accident, the Flight Engineer assigned to 74-22292, who was crewing another aircraft that day in support of "REFORGER", saw what was left of his heavy metal tool box. Stamped permanently into the bottom of the box was a clear impression of a large open end wrench."



I wonder if Frank Corder also posts here sometimes?

[link to prop1.org]
That may be.
Or maybe even Salvador Allende.
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all that you can be


implant free !



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Leave it alone OP.
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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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SURE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

laugh medscryuhohgaahabombabombabombabomb
:seal::seal:
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Did you have them taken out?
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I removed them myself 11 years ago. Lucky not to have had an infection or botched job plus it's painful and difficult to work on yourself so I wouldn't suggest it. In any case If you have one or more of these things you know less about yourself than you think but you're not going to get any profound answers or insight by removing them So consider the consequences.
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How did you find them? where at on your body? when did you receive them? why? To many unanswered questions regarding this issue. More information would be great.
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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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OMFG
That post just scared the shit out of me.
A few yers ago I noticed a decent sized scar on the inside of my left thigh, and I have no memory of how it would have got there. It's pretty close to my scrotum. I've been meaning to ask my mom about it, seeing as how if it happened earlier in my life, she might remember.
Not only that, but i have a small scar right below my left wrist, and i have no idea how that one got there either.
WTF?!
Seriously, you freaked me out.
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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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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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^THIS^
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11/15/2012 11:56 PM
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neodymium magnets wipe all known chips
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I did it 6 years ago. Lost my job, my house and my life. Now I only wait for death.
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