- Study on Electromagnetism of Vaccinated Persons in Luxembourg
by Mamer and Amar Goudjil, European Forum for Vaccine Vigilance, via https://www.globalresearch.ca/
In the vaccinated group, 29 of the 30 individuals interviewed showed attraction to the magnet. That is, the magnet adhered to their skin
For the past few months, hundreds of amateur videos have been popping up all over social media featuring people who have visibly become electromagnetic following vaccination.
After many questions were raised by a number of our members about this “supposed” electromagnetic effect in vaccinated subjects, our association decided to take a concrete interest in this intriguing subject. This survey, of a purely statistical and sociological nature, on this supposed electromagnetic effect, which is the subject of this report, raises at least three important questions:
- Is it true that people show an electromagnetic effect after vaccination?
- If so, is it true that only vaccinated individuals show this effect?
- What is actually injected into individuals under the qualification of vaccine that causes this effect?
To try to answer these questions, the survey was entrusted to Mr. Amar GOUDJIL, treasurer of the association and member in charge of demographic and sociological issues.
Presentation of the survey parameters:
For the purpose of a fast-tracked completion, it was decided:
- That a panel of 200 individuals living or working in Luxembourg would be interviewed.
- That this panel would be divided into 2 groups. The first would be composed of 100 individuals vaccinated in Luxembourg and the second of 100 unvaccinated individuals for comparison purposes.
- That each of these groups should have 50 women and 50 men.
- That only active individuals would be selected to participate in the study due to the fact that they are much more constrained to vaccination than inactive individuals.
- That the location of the study would be the Belle-Étoile shopping centre and the route d’Arlon in Strassen.
- That the variables retained would therefore be sex, age, occupation, number of injections, the pharmaceutical origin of the injections, the date of the injections, the magnetic attraction, the emission-reception of an electric field and the town of residence of the respondent.
- It should also be noted that for practical reasons, only people wearing short-sleeved or sleeveless clothing would be interviewed.