SHOCKING Discoveries Found in the Blood of the DEAD

This horrifying article title might sound like something out of a horror film, but it is real.

Since 2020 or 2021, apparently embalmers have been discovering strange blood clots in the bodies of the deceased, according to a report by The Epoch Times.

These abnormal blood clots are characteristically white in color and possess a rubbery and fibrous texture.

The length and thickness of the clots can vary considerably, with some being as long as a leg and as wide as a pinky finger.

Embalmers are having difficulty draining blood from bodies and the entire embalming process can now take up to four hours, when typically it would only take two hours.

While speaking with The Epoch Times, licensed embalmer Richard Hirschman said “Prior to 2020, 2021, we probably would see somewhere between 5 to 10 percent of the bodies that we would embalm having blood clots.”

Fast forward to present day and now anywhere between 50-70% of bodies possess blood clots.

“For me to embalm a body without any clots, kind of like how it was in the day, prior to all of this stuff, it’s rare,” Hirschman continued.

“The exception is to embalm a body without clots,” he added.

“They’re not even dead from COVID. They’re dying of sudden heart attacks, strokes, cancers,” Hirschman stated. “It doesn’t seem to matter what these people die of nowadays, so many of them have the same anomalies in their blood.”

The cause of these clots still remains unknown, however some have begun to consider the impact COVID-19 and the vaccine may have had on the population.

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Another key distinguishing feature of these strange clots is that they are almost completely lacking in potassium, iron, magnesium, and zinc.

These are key elemental markers of human blood.

The Epoch Times also shared that another unnamed embalmer stated how “During May of 2021, the embalming process became more difficult. The normal draining of the blood was almost halted by thick, jelly-like blood. Instead of the blood flowing normally down the table, it was very viscous. So thick, that it would not wash down the table without assistance.”

And despite multiple embalmers making this startling discovery, many are reluctant to speak out about it.



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