Back pain and associated inflammation

Back pain and associated inflammation

1970s-present day

One morning in 1990 or 1991 I awoke with severe back pain and spasms which I thought were from straining my back while moving bottles at work. I went to the emergency room where I was given muscle relaxers (Flexoril) and pain killers (Tylenol 3). I recovered. Then a few months later, I seemed to relapse. The spasms returned, but this time without a clear triggering event. And then it happened again, and again, and again. And so far, it has not stopped.

January 25, 2018
25 Jan 2018

In 2017, when I was beginning to understand that implanted biomedical devices were being used, I started to understand that the back pain I had been experiencing for so long was being done to me deliberately via frequency activated biomedical devices. January 25, 2018 I experienced a bout of severe back pain in which a wirelike ring could be seen inflamed beneath my skin. It had blood vessels visibly growing over it. After the inflammation subsided, I was left with a specific numb area just above where the implant had been and exactly in the same spot where I experienced numbness for more than a year when I was in elementary school. When I was a young child, around age 8, an angry red rash had suddenly appeared on my back, stayed for a while, subsided, and after that, a certain spot on my back was numb for, as I recall, years. I believe the numbness gradually vanished in my early teens. But in 2015 the numbness was linked to the appearance of a red ring shape and severe back pain. That’s how I knew that ring-shaped “wire” had been in my back since I was a small child and was linked to the rashness, the numbness, and the severe pain. (It’s probably made of a piezo electrical material.)

It appears that I have multiple implants in my back, and it looks like there are at least two of these ring shaped device, one on the left and on the right. But there may more than two. If I had to guess, I’d guess there are four. There are also smaller staple-like implants. At some point within the last 20 years or so, my neck started to become involved in the back pain incidents. The implants in my neck are sometimes raised and feel like tiny grains (smaller than a grain of rice).

How can I forensically see (and show) that these are biomedical implants? First, I can often see and feel, and in some cases can show photographic evidence of subcutaneous objects. The same basic shape/size swelling appears in the same location year after year. Then there is the wireless frequency tracing that has picked up signals from areas of my body where I’ve seen or felt signs of implants. And then there are the physical effects of these, and the patterns around those effects.

All of these photos below, taken between January 2018 and March 2020, are associated with severe muscular-skeletal back pain that has been recurring several times a year since 1990. The pain usually happens suddenly, without warning, and seemingly at random – there are no known physical or emotional “triggers.” Notice the consistency of location where the red areas appear, and look at what parts appear swollen. Can you see signs of subcutaneous ring structures on the right and left sides of the back?

web page updated 16 August 2022