Further investigating, attempt to incise and remove, implant behind tooth 15 – 3/25-4/6/2022

I continued to have a tremendous amount of discomfort and the sense of being hit with frequency weapons, now mostly behind tooth 15. To be clear, the way the weapons seem to work is similar to any wireless device like a cell phone or remote control. A piezoelectrical biomedical implant sends out a signal that connects with a wireless device which is scanning for the frequency or ID – then the device either sends instructions to that implant, or aims frequencies at or around the implanted device, causing tissue damage. With multiple implanted devices, it seems that some very sophisticated medical things can be done to a person without them even being aware of it. They may be aware only that they have medical conditions, or they may not be aware of anything unusual, but then are diagnosed with heart disease or cancer, or they experience some other catastrophic event. The reason why I am aware of what is going on is mostly due to it having been deliberately revealed to me.

My position is that Chris died from radiation induced cancer – though other biomedical things were done to him as well, and that radiation-induced cancer is what many people around me have died from. And that regardless of who is behind this and what their reasoning or rationalization is, this is murder. And for the FBI to refuse to investigate evidence-based claims of this sort amounts to, at the very least, accessory to murder.

Throughout March and into April I continued to pursue contact with oral surgeons, specifically to address the tooth 15 issue, including exploring the option of paying out of pocket to have what felt like a small object embedded near the surface of the skin behind tooth 15 surgically removed.

One of the people I spoke to at Sunset Oral Surgery told me that if I felt that my issue was urgent, I should go to the emergency room, that emergency room doctors have all the necessary equipment to do a surgery such as I was describing – to remove a small object embedded beneath the surface of the skin. So on March 26 I did go to the Providence Hospital emergency room. The ER doctor told me before even looking at my mouth that I had a very serious problem, and that problem was that I am “delusional” and that in fact this was a “very common” problem he said (exactly the opposite of what the Diagnostic Standards Manual says). When he did look into my mouth, he claimed there was nothing to be seen. I know for a fact this isn’t true, because by this point I had mirrors and could see into my own mouth and there was clearly an inflamed swollen area behind tooth 15. This doctor also painted a very gory and extreme picture of what surgery to remove an embedded object would look like – uncontrollable bleeding, complications, etc. It would require a specialist, he said, and he did agree to refer me to a specialist – and I accepted that referral, because so far the only referral I had was to Dr Patel at head+neck, whom I already was fairly certain was involved with putting an implant into the tooth 14 extraction cavity. The referral was made, but the doctor’s notes said I was delusional and the clinic to whom he referred me, Sunset Oral Surgery – the same clinic that had recommended I go to the emergency room – responded with a refusal to see me, saying that I should instead see a nuerologist. A few days later was seen at my primary care clinic, where the inflammation was seen and noted. They sent another referral to another doctor at the same clinic, and which was met with the same response. Clearly, I was going to have to see Dr Patel, and Dr Patel only. No other oral surgeon in Portland would speak with me.

At this point, and only after exhausting all other options that I could think of, as far as getting unbiased medical help from an oral surgeon, I tried something unconventional. This is the first I’ve noted this, because I’m very concerned about doctors using something like this to say that I am a danger to myself. I was very uncomfortable, there was clearly something going on, and I had exhausted all other immediate options for addressing the situation.

It felt and looked like there was something hard just under the surface of the skin. Visually, it seemed like a oval shaped chip with a regular, symmetric edge. I thought maybe it was made of plastic or plastic-like material, and that if I could take a scalpel and slice deep enough, it might simply pop out. So I bought a medical scalpel, and I used clove oil to numb the tissue. Then, using the sterile scalpel, I tried to create a small incision over the swollen, hardened area that would get me some results or some answers. What happened was not what I expected. Once I’d made a deep enough incision, right through the center of the oval shape, I found that what happened was one side of the very small incision behaved like normal tissue, while the other side continued to exhibit the bizarre swelling behavior, right near the surface. When the incision head a few days later, nothing had changed. However the swelling behavior did change shortly after that. At one point the tissue seemed to all be focused on to small hardened point – like a magnet focuses iron filings. What I discerned from all of this was that there was in fact an object embedded in the skin, and it is fairly near the surface, but it is not the size or shape I thought I was seeing. That oval structure must have been a visual effect created by the way the implant was affecting surrounding tissues. Based on how the tissue around the incision behaved, I realized the implant must actually be tiny, like 1mm in diameter, or possibly even smaller.

I suspect that tiny piezo implant was put in that location to interact with what I now believe is another implant which was left in the cavity of tooth 14, as well possibly as with other implants I’ve found evidence of in my eyes, ears, nose, and throat. I don’t know if this implant would show up on an x-ray, but tooth 15 blocks the area on a normal dental x-ray.

image showing millimeter-sized (and smaller) piezo transducers used in biomedical applications
Mini-piezo transducers used in biomedical applications. Euro Cent is 16.25 mm in diameter and 1.67 mm thick.

image source: PI-usa.us

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