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#1 2015-05-30 06:37:48

menotcrimex
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Interesting find / Signal

Will your metal detector pick up iron in your blood?.

The reason I ask is my C Scope CS3MX seems to pick up a small signal in a couple of people I tried this on.

The shoulder blade is where the signal is. That is not far from the heart so I wonder if iron in the blood should be a consideration?.

Disclaimer: Please do not try this on anyone with a pacemaker or pregnant as I am not sure that it is safe.

I would be interested in your results / comments, Cheers.

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#2 2015-05-30 09:05:45

Eureka Moments
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Re: Interesting find / Signal

Try fe/co discriminate and see if the signal blanks. Will tell you if its an iron signal. If you still get a signal its probably their microchip.

If in doubt you should have a dig and see what it is. You never know, it might be something rare or valuable. tongue lol


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#3 2015-05-30 09:35:21

smk762
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Re: Interesting find / Signal

http://www.sherryshriner.com/sherry/chips.htm

Almost all of us have been implanted with chips in one way or another since we were born.

Vaccinations, flu shots, dental work, surgeries, sleep abductions, in fact most medicine including dentistry has been loaded with implantable chips since the 1960s. They have had this technology for 40 years or more and are just now bringing it out to condition and introduce it to the public. Withholding technology is typical for the government and military for years before they release it to the public for whatever reason. Most of the time new technologies have been beneficial, but implantable chips are not one of them. Why? Because they compliment the New World Order and Luciferian agenda of control and domination.

...   I have found that rare earth magnets called Neodymium magnets will nullify chips.

...  Seek the Lord on where you have them and He will guide your thoughts and lead you where to put the magnets

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#4 2015-05-31 11:19:11

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Re: Interesting find / Signal

they recon the high freq machines Gold Bug 2 etc will hit iron in blood, not tried it and highly doubt it but been wrong before big_smile

so ya never know.

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#5 2015-06-01 05:15:13

WishICouldStackLesPaul's
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Re: Interesting find / Signal

Interesting find, was iron picked up on everyone? And were the people related?
Reason I ask is that I found out about hemochromatosis in the last few years and that it runs in my family. Asking if this could be picked up with a metal detector was a question I asked my mum who found out she had it..... Along with when you walk past the fridge are you attracted to it. Luckily she isn't fat/offended.

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#6 2015-06-06 07:26:32

menotcrimex
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Re: Interesting find / Signal

It looks like my metal detector can indeed pick up the iron in blood.

As EM suggested above I fiddled around with the discriminate dial and a setting of 5 or higher was needed to eliminate any signal with just my hand passing very near.

Blood results are all in the normal range as far as I know, may change on a full Moon when handling monster boxes of Silver.

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#7 2015-06-30 20:44:15

argyle
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Re: Interesting find / Signal

It's the salt in our system that the detector 's pick up on, not iron.

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#8 2015-08-25 09:39:00

swoydaz
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Re: Interesting find / Signal

WishICouldStackLesPaul's wrote:

Interesting find, was iron picked up on everyone? And were the people related?
Reason I ask is that I found out about hemochromatosis in the last few years and that it runs in my family. Asking if this could be picked up with a metal detector was a question I asked my mum who found out she had it..... Along with when you walk past the fridge are you attracted to it. Luckily she isn't fat/offended.

I agree re: Les Pauls ... and strats.

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