Media Access Control (MAC)

The Big Reset

Q4 2023

18 minute segment from The Big Reset documentary that will cover graphene oxide, magnetism, mac addresses and nanotechnology introduced by a Nobel Prize recipient in medicine for his discovery of HIV, Dr. Luc Montagnier

The bluetooth (MAC address) experiment featured was conducted in France while the next documentary was done by physicians from COMUSAV: World Health and Life Coalition in Mexico.

Documentary: BlueTruth

https://www.comusav.com/bluetruth/
Q2 2022

Physicians from COMUSAV: World Health and Life Coalition in Mexico conduct Bluetooth experiments with the vaccinated, unvaccinated and deceased.

The MAC Phenomenon and the Intracorporeal Network of Nanocommunications

https://web.archive.org/web/20220526003227/https://corona2inspect.net/
Q1 2022

Mik Anderson (pseudonym) is a scientist who corroborated with “The Big Reset” and “BlueTruth” documentary teams along with La Quinta Columna.

This presentation is referenced in both and includes instructions on how to view the MAC addresses using cellular phones.

World Economic Forum – the Future of the Internet of Bodies: technology governance

https://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_IoB_briefing_paper_2020.pdf
Q3 2020

“Recent technological advancements have ushered in a new era of the “internet of bodies” (IoB), with an unprecedented number of connected devices and sensors being affixed to or even implanted and ingested into the human body.

This has turned the human body into a technology platform.”

Moderna – mRNA Platform: Enabling Drug Discovery & Development

https://www.modernatx.com/mrna-technology/mrna-platform-enabling-drug-discovery-development
Q3 2020

How to View Human MAC Addresses\IDs

Android

Before getting started, scan for available Bluetooth devices now to compare what is displayed later. If any devices appear, they should display only the device name. Take a screen shot.

Enable “developer options”.

Under the newly enabled Developer Options menu, find the Show Bluetooth Devices Without Names setting and enable or switch to ON (Android models older than 2015 usually have this enabled by default).
 

Now re-scan for bluetooth or hit “pair new device”. The devices with names from before will show exactly the same (without showing their MAC address which would be redundant), but now in addition to the old ones, new 12 digit MAC addresses without a name will appear. These are the ones coming from human bodies including our own.

Keep in mind that the phone will scan for about 30 seconds and stop searching for new devices. Simply press the scan or pair or refresh buttons again to restart the scan as people move in and out of bluetooth range.

Demonstration videos are below.

Apple

Before getting started, scan for available Bluetooth devices now to
compare what is displayed later. If any devices appear, they should
display only the device name. Take a screen shot.

Download an app like one from the presentation by Mik Anderson: BLE Scanner 4.0; Blue Sniff – Bluetooth Scanner; LightBlue; PlusBLUE; nRF Connect for Mobile

These apps are capable of picking up bluetooth low energy (BLE) signals, which stock Apple iOS does not identify.

Now re-scan for bluetooth by using the downloaded app and not the normal way.

Identify and ignore all names and MAC addresses from electronic devices and analyze the remaining ones. This method can be more complicated because each electronic device will display both it’s name
and it’s MAC address in the list.

Look for new items on the list. They should have new 12 digit MAC addresses that were unrecognizable without the app. They should also have no device name or show N\A or “unidentified.” These are the ones coming from human bodies including our own.

Keep in mind that the phone will scan for about 30 seconds and stop searching for new devices. Simply press the scan or pair or refresh buttons again to restart the scan as people move in and out of bluetooth range.

OUI lookup

The first half of the MAC address (ex. A1: B2: C3) contains the manufacturer or vendor OUI  (Organizationally Unique Identifier) of a device, similar to how the first 4 digits of a credit card can be used to identify the credit card company like Visa or Mastercard.

This first half of the MAC address can be searched online to find the maker, like Apple, Lenovo, Sony. The vendor OUI of the MAC addresses coming from people return unidentified.

Tips:

-First find out if our own MAC address is unique or changes or if multiple appear. Hit  back and re-scan at anytime.

-Phone bluetooth range (Class 2) is about 10 meters or 33 feet (telephone pole, half a bowling lane, half a tennis court).

-Be mindful of family, neighbors or other people in the vicinity who’s MAC addresses will also appear.

-Test in open areas away from people or machines like empty parking lots, parks, fields, highways, lakes, oceans, nature, etc.

-Scan with another person moving in and out of bluetooth range. Re-scan for bluetooth at each end.

-Compare to heavily populated areas.

-Even unvaccinated individuals may emit these signals if they have been PCR swabbed or exchanged  fluids with an injected individual as seen in the BlueTruth documentary.

-It seems easiest to use an old Android phone from 2015 or earlier like a Samsung S3 that can be purchased on eBay for less than $30.

This technology is possible with the new “wonder material” of the future, Graphene Oxide.