Study finds 1 in 3 people have a microchip implanted, most likely in their tooth fillings

UPDATE – I have heard that this is a fraudulent study. I would like to call the institute and if I find more information, I will post it. For now, I’ll just leave this here so those of you who happen upon the study will know that it is potentially untrue. Thanks.

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Targeted Individuals have long claimed to have been forcibly implanted with an RFID chip. One TI told me to get the 16-digit identification number. Great, but how would I go about doing that?? If (when) I find out, I will share it here. It certainly explains how folks know what I’m doing – to the second – on a 24/7 basis. (How does my neighbor know when to leave the same time I do? How do they plan the directed conversations? How do police cross my path at such strategic points?). So many questions…and little by little, the answers will come. I don’t know how long it will take or if I will ever find out the answers. Evil has always been a mystery to me…this is by far the most evil I’ve personally witnessed. You would think after reading about atrocities, society would have learned from them, not learned to reinvent them.

Analysis of RFID chip prevalence in 3 discrete US populations


Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Chips have been used extensively in wildlife ecology and conservation to identify and track individual specimens in a population. It has been unknown, however, how often RFID chips have been implanted in human populations for the tracking and identification of individuals. This study analyzed the prevalence of RFID Chips in 3 geographically discrete populations and found that, on average, 1 in 3 individuals carried an RFID Chip. Interestingly, there was a strong correlation with RFID Chip presence and previous dental work. – See more at:

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Population Midwest (MW) contained 958 individuals from Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin. Population Northeast (NE) contained 987 individuals from Maine, Rhode Island, and New Jersey. Population South West (SW) contained 1,010 individuals from Arizona and Nevada. Volunteers were recruited using standard methods and compensated in a manner consistent with industry standards. All test subjects were treated in compliance with institutional codes of ethics and standards. – See more at:



Our work has shown that approximately 1 in 3 individuals in the United States is carrying an RFID microchip. Our sample size was sufficiently large (n=2955) and was spread throughout three distinct geographic regions. Thus, we are comfortable extrapolating our finding to the broader American population.

Intriguingly, the most frequently identified location for an RFID microchip was in tooth fillings. This is contrary to popularly held belief that RFID chips are inserted in the dorsal of the hand near the thumb. More investigation is required to understand the significance of this finding. – See more at:

There is no doubt collusion exists if “ethical” reports mention the exception to law enforcement…



U.S. states that have banned forced RFID tagging

This is not new news, but since many TIs talk about forced microchipping, this might be interesting. Of course, just because there are laws, doesn’t mean they are enforced. Also, notice how very telling it was that the RFID industry did not back this bill.

California bans forced RFID tagging of humans (Oct. 17, 2007)

RFID “tags” are tiny chips with miniature antennae that can be embedded in almost anything. Using radio waves, RFID can help identify and track objects, animals, or people. Devices known as “readers” access the information on the tags.

“RFID technology is not in and of itself the issue. RFID is a minor miracle, with all sorts of good uses,” said Simitian. “But we cannot and should not condone forced ‘tagging’ of humans. It’s the ultimate invasion of privacy.”Despite wide-ranging support, the RFID industry declined to support SB 362. Simitian described the RFID industry’s silence on the issue as “unfortunate and regrettable.” He noted that, “While we’re having a robust debate about the privacy concerns associated with the use of RFID in government identity documents, at the very least, we should be able to agree that the forced implanting of under-the-skin technology into human beings is just plain wrong. I’m deeply concerned that the folks who make and market RFID technology were ‘AWOL’ on this issue.

Here is a more updated article – February 2015

Several US states prohibit the mandatory implantation of RFID microchips

While there are no reports in the United States of forced RFID chip programs, there are laws in the United States that prohibit the mandatory implantation of such devices.  Several states–including California, North Dakota, Oklahoma, and Wisconsin–prohibit the mandatory implantation of an RFID microchip by employers and others.  These laws subject the offenders to criminal charges or fines.

Here is the information for the author Catherine T. Barbieri – – she is an employment lawyer.

US-sponsored human experimentation in mainstream media

Here’s an article from France on US-sponsored human experimentation. It appears to be on the tails of a French documentary. It goes through some history. The documentary is available in the French language.

US-sponsored human experimentation in mainstream and mind control increasingly in mainstream media

The difficulty in writing this article consisted in reading articles and watching clips on unbelievably sadistic and unethical human behavior. It is hard for me to imagine crimes more nightmarish than the ones exposed above. The good news is that finding the information was relatively simple. It is encouraging that mainstream TV programs are increasingly taking an interest in looking at the research and bringing it to a public audience. How are we to demand justice and prevent future horrors if we do not even know they exist?

PLEASE leave a comment and note that you are a targeted individual or simply a citizen concerned about psy-ops (gang stalking or organized stalking) and non-consensual human experimentation.