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Nanoparticles as Weapons

“Nanoparticles as designer nanobot weapons” Electrically charged nano-capacitor zaps the spike protein

Our weaponised nano-particles (NP) are produced in magnetically structured water by applying high voltages, ultrasonic frequencies and intense light (for plasmon excitation) to the surface of pure mineral anodes, which are forced to release clusters of highly charged atoms such as to provide the very high Zeta Potential (up to -100 millivolts) that we are able to achieve in our ionization generators. Each NP is designed to gather and converge the Zeta Potential into a laser-like intense beam to pierce viral and bacterial membranes. Each NP acts like a capacitor, having a positive core surrounded by a double insulating layer carrying an outer negative electrical charge of stored electrons. In order to release this charge as rapidly as possible, the core contains the most electrically conductive of minerals and the most effective in clinical studies.  To calculate this voltage potential, the standard unit of electric field (E-field) strength is the volt per meter (V/m) which in this case is 0.1v divided by 1 nanometer = 10 *8 V/m, = 100 million V/m, whereas a Lightning strike has only 1000 volts per meter (10 *3).

An ideal NP for our purposes is a Quantum condensate having the shape of a pyramid with a triangular base and 3 side walls, contains 27 silver atoms (in 9 clusters) of base dimension 2 nm with the apex capable of delivering the full electron charge stored between the plates of the double-layer nano-capacitor.  Each pyramid grows in the fashion of a crystal, by addition of another atom at one of the 4 apices, forming a temporary capstone and sharp spike antenna of width 0.1 nm (1 Angstrom) and is sufficiently small to engage and destroy a viral spike protein which is the sole viral membrane protein responsible for cell entry and essential for infectivity. It is made up of 1,160 to 1,400 amino acids, have a hollow core like a syringe to inject nucleic acids into the target cell, and   have unusually high strength and stiffness in axial compression.   Due to the needle-like small size of individual glycoprotein spikes (length⩽30 nm and width⩽5 nm) our nanobots must be of similar or smaller dimensions. Hydrophobic bonding is presumed to be important in stabilizing their spike structure, since 70% of the amino acid residues are hydrophobic and positively charged which helps to attract our negatively charged nanoparticle.

Quantum Effects: We have been inspired by the intention-based research of Professor William Tiller ( to experiment with electro-magnetic techniques to fabricate uniquely structured NPs each of which carries an imprinted  message and specific frequencies to combat specific viruses. In contrast to ions, NPs of many metals, especially gold, silver, copper and zinc, have an internal complexity and matrix structure which is capable of storing psycho-energetic messages as well as being enhanced by externally applied energies, frequencies, sacred patterns and instructions. Our NP is restructured in a spinning magnetic vortex, to enhance absorption and efficacy, and is encoded with Bio-Information. All life-forms can be considered to be weaponised. Especially human beings. Microbes have had longer to evolve their intelligence and to condense intelligence to molecular dimensions, while interacting at a Quantum level. Thus they could be said to be our greatest enemies both Physically and Metaphysically.

Quantum condensates can manifest at room temperatures in biological systems such as in DNA, microtubules, synapses. Even the phenomenon of swarming in birds and fish and biofilm in bacteria, likely has a quantum connectedness.


Designer Nanobots Changing Humanity   These tiny robots are programmable. Nanobots are the handiwork of the Defense advanced Research Project, or DARPA which has also unleashed genetically-engineered mosquitoes as flying pesticides to spread genetically modified viruses to crops.

Source – Waking Times by Rosanne Lindsay, April 22nd, 2019

Viruses. 2020 Nov 11;12(11):1289. doi: 10.3390/v12111289.

Spike Glycoprotein-Mediated Entry of SARS Coronaviruses

Lin Wang 1Ye Xiang 1


Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV) and SARS-CoV-2 are enveloped, positive-sense, single-stranded RNA viruses and causes of epidemic diseases that have resulted in public health emergencies worldwide. Angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) is the receptor that allows the entry of these two viruses into host cells, a key step in the life cycle of the pathogens. The characterization of the interactions of ACE2 with the viral spike glycoproteins and structural studies of the ACE2-binding-induced conformational changes in the viral spike glycoproteins have furthered our understanding of the entry processes of these two viruses, and these studies provide useful information that will facilitate the development of antiviral agents and vaccines to control the diseases.

Nature. 2003 Oct 2;425(6957):487-90. doi: 10.1038/nature02020.

Controlling anisotropic nanoparticle growth through plasmon excitation.

Rongchao Jin 1Y Charles CaoEncai HaoGabriella S MétrauxGeorge C SchatzChad A Mirkin

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DOI: 10.1038/nature02020


Inorganic nanoparticles exhibit size-dependent properties that are of interest for applications ranging from biosensing and catalysis to optics and data storage. They are readily available in a wide variety of discrete compositions and sizes. Shape-selective synthesis strategies now also yield shapes other than nanospheres, such as anisotropic metal nanostructures with interesting optical properties. Here we demonstrate that the previously described photoinduced method for converting silver nanospheres into triangular silver nanocrystals–so-called nanoprisms–can be extended to synthesize relatively monodisperse nanoprisms with desired edge lengths in the 30-120 nm range. The particle growth process is controlled using dual-beam illumination of the nanoparticles, and appears to be driven by surface plasmon excitations. We find that, depending on the illumination wavelengths chosen, the plasmon excitations lead either to fusion of nanoprisms in an edge-selective manner or to the growth of the nanoprisms until they reach their light-controlled final size.

Jin, R. et al. Photoinduced conversion of silver nanospheres to nanoprisms. Science 294, 1901–1903 (2001)

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A photoinduced method for converting large quantities of silver nanospheres into triangular
nanoprisms is reported. This light-driven process results in a colloid with distinctive optical properties that directlyrelate to the nanoprism shape of the particles. Unlike the spherical particles that are derived from  Rayleigh light-scatter in the blue, these pyramidal nanoprisms exhibit scattering in the red.

Silver nanoparticles: the powerful nanoweapon against multidrug‐resistant bacteria › doi › full

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Feb 11, 2012 – 2003; Ahmad et al. 2005). Among all, silver nanoparticles have proved to be the most effective antimicrobial agent against bacteria, viruses and …

Biomolecular condensates in cell biology and virology: Phase-separated membraneless organelles (MLOs). Biomolecular condensates are increasingly viewed as critical in regulating diverse cellular functions. These functions include cell signaling, immune synapse function, nuclear transcription, RNA splicing and processing, mRNA storage and translation, virus replication and maturation, antiviral mechanisms, DNA sensing, synaptic transmission, protein turnover and mitosis. 

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Biomolecular condensates: organizers of cellular biochemistry. cells contain numerous micron-size membraneless compartments, or biomolecular condensates, that concentrate specific collections of proteins and nucleic acids.

Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology volume 18, pages285–298(2017)

Core Concept: How Bose–Einstein condensates keep revealing weird physics

Stephen Ornes  PNAS June 6, 2017 114 (23) 5766-5768;

Atomic-sized particles become entangled, lose their individuality and condense into single functioning organism. They behave like one big collective superatom, analogous to how photons become indistinguishable in a laser beam.  The possibility of producing a coherent beam of atoms, which could be collimated to travel large distances or brought to a tiny focus like an optical laser

Bose-Einstein condensation. the matter waves of the atoms are coherent. In these experiments we have succeeded in observing coherence directly, and have demonstrated a rudimentary “atom laser” that generates a beam of coherent atoms, in analogy to emission of coherent photons by an optical laser

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What is meant by zeta potential?

“Zeta Potential analysis is a technique for determining the surface charge of nanoparticles in solution (colloids). Nanoparticles have a surface charge that attracts a thin layer of ions of opposite charge to the nanoparticle surface. This double layer of ions travels with the nanoparticle as it diffuses throughout the solution The electric potential at the boundary of the double layer is known as the Zeta potential of the particles and has values that typically range from +100 mV to -100 mV. The magnitude of the zeta potential is predictive of the colloidal stability. Nanoparticles with Zeta Potential values greater than +25 mV or less than -25 mV typically have high degrees of stability. Dispersions with a low zeta potential value will eventually aggregate due to Van Der Waal inter-particle attractions.  Zeta Potential is an important tool for understanding the state of the nanoparticle surface and predicting the long term stability of the nanoparticle”.

Considerations about the influence of colloidal solutions on human energy informational field. Part II: Testing with GDV Compact Camera

Conference Paper (PDF Available) · November 2013   

DOI: 10.1109/EHB.2013.6707278

Conference: E-Health and Bioengineering Conference (EHB), 2013

The study conducted on a lot of 3 people aimed to highlight the effects upon the human body of a dose of electro colloidal silver (ECS) within more than 5 hours after ingestion by repeated measurements with a GDV (Gas Discharge Visualization) Camera. The results were processed and rendered graphically to allow verify the empirical hypotheses about these effects and draw some preliminary conclusions. The GDV method is non-invasive, as it consists of electromagnetic field stimulation and the photography of electro photonic brightness produced by stimulation around the 10 fingers, followed by the processing with dedicated software. This human energy field reacts much faster to stimuli than the physical body, i.e. physical stimuli acting upon the body are reflected more quickly in ideal condition bio-energo-informational field research by using the GDV. The study was an attempt to demonstrate that colloidal silver is more than a mere antiseptic solution.