Artificial Intelligence, Advanced Genetic Engineering, Artificial Life Forms and Sentient Oil (Black Goo)

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Picture of Harald Kautz Vella Presentation on Black Goo

In this video presentation, Harald Kautz-Vella presents a detailed lecture on an advanced and controversial version of genetic engineering that can create poison, medicine and life, and artificial intelligence that is aware and can “think” to a certain degree. He also talks about two types of Black Goo (Sentient Oil), chemtrails and smart dust.

Harald has some very interesting information on nanotechnology and Morgellons, a disease that is believed to be artificially created by nanotechnology. Harald claims that in certain victims the nanofibers can grow into nanobots that look like spiders with a human-like face. Some of his claims seem far stretch, but the truth is stranger than fiction, so it is wise to keep an open mind.

Bases at Woodborough – Harald Kautz Vella (Black Goo)

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Category: Artificial Intelligence (AI), Conspiracy, Nanotechnology

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  1. Eudoxia says:

    This is amazing. He’s just theoretically deconstructed the Matrix – now the rest is up to us. It is amazing just how all the ancient teachings spoke of this on one level or another. Now he gives a scientific explanation. OMG it has blown me away.

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