- The Bluetooth Challenge Explained: Why COxVID vWacxed People Are Emitting Bluetooth Codes And How You Can See It For Yourself
So Tivon and I did the Bluetooth challenge for ourselves in an outdoor restaurant here in Marrakech. We knew we were surrounded by double or triple vaccinated Europeans who have received the COVID injections that have been found to have nanotechnology inside of them. This nanotech causes a human being to emit an anonymous IP address called a MAC address from their bodies. In order to see the code the vaccinated are emitting you need to put your phone in developer mode and then scan for Bluetooth devices in your area. We did this and it worked. I recorded the moment in this short video. Please excuse my cursing in the video, but I truly was horrified when I saw for myself that I was surrounded by people who were emitting codes. Later on Tivon and I recorded a discussion we had that fully explains the technology and the science behind the Bluetooth codes emitted from vaccinated people. I turned this into the blog post below, as so many people have been asking us for a thorough explanation on this topic.
In this post Hope and Tivon discuss the Bluetooth challenge in great detail to try to explain how human beings who have received the COVID injections are now emitting Bluetooth codes or anonymous IP addresses that you can see using your phone.
So we’re going to go through several different important points and explain why it is that these digits that come up on your phone are indeed codes coming from the vaccinated people. First let’s allow Tivon to explain his background in IT so that we can understand the technical perspective that this information is coming from.
The Perspective from a technician who understands these networks.
I have a technical background in network engineering, hardware, maintenance, software configuration, and installation. A lot of my knowledge and training came from my previous career in the military as a US Navy Technician and then afterwards I worked for several companies. After the military, I continued my training for my own personal projects and got my interest in electronics. I have an understanding of network schematics, the installation of networks, especially fibre optic and the equipment around fiber optics, configuration of that equipment, the repair of that equipment, which means if you can’t repair the circuit board, you send it in to get replacement. And then the software configuration of that of that equipment, meaning the routers, the switches, the servers from the operating system to the firmware.