The Red Wine Test: An easy method to see the microfibers

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The goal of this test is to prove the existence of biotech microfibers in our mouths (or in red wine which is still alarming).

Steps of the Red Wine Test

  1. Rinse your mouth with red wine as if it is mouthwash, for at least one minute, two minutes at max.
  2. Spit the wine in a dish or a bowl. The dark red, black clumps and strings are the microfibers we wanted to make visible.
  3. Throw rubbing alcohol (70% isopropanol) on them to see them move. Pure isopropanol works too. This step proves the fibers are not pieces of food because food would not move by adding alcohol.

My first report on the red wine test introduces the phenomenon and looks at it under a USB microscope.

The Red Wine Spit Test: Explanation, microscopy & analysis. Footage from my test, done in December 2022.

In the next report, I throw pure isopropanol on the fibers, which makes them move.

Morgellons Violent Reaction to Isopropanol (Red Wine Test | Complete recording)
  • 0:00 – 18:34: Set up and footage from a normal camera.
  • 18:34 – 33:34: Footage from a USB microscope.
  • 33:34 – 42:34: Checking out the wine blended with olive oil.

Here are two more internet videos from other people that threw rubbing alcohol on wine test fibers.


What are the microfibers?

They are Morgellons fibers, biotechnology, synthetic biology.

They’re being deployed in chemtrails which means they end up in everything including water and food. That’s how the fibers got into our mouths in all likelihood, where they accumulate, travel to gut etc.

It’s the transhumanism agenda, that needs to stop as soon as possible.

Tell all your friends about it.

Notes

I threw isopropanol in plain red wine without oral extractions, and I observed vortex movements in the mixed liquids. Regardless, the fibers appear to react more violently to the alcohol.

Moreover, Morgellons researcher Clifford Carnicom observed the dental-gum extractions under his strong microscope, and confirmed he sees the same synthetic biology phenomena in red wine test extractions, as in other minimalist testing scenarios, which have results with higher accuracy, certainty, confidence.

Here are three articles from carnicominstitute.org in case you want to dive deeper.

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