Study Finds 1 in 3 Has RFID Chip Implanted – With or Without Knowing It
Correction: It’s been called to our attention that the study at
is a fraudulent study. We very much appreciate the feedback from our readers on this, as we and other outlets had referenced the study in good faith.
However, we continue to stand by the research in this following article from other credible sources, and we encourage you to check out our hours of Red Ice Radio interviews on this very subject from excellent researchers in the field.
RFID chips and other tracking devices continue to be used in increasing numbers in everything, from items we use everyday to items that get put in and on our bodies.
Thank you for tuning in and seeking with us.
In a shocking study it was recently revealed that 1 in 3 individuals tested had an active RFID in them, and they were unaware of it
In a publication from the Wyoming Institute of Technology (WIT) „Analysis of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Chip Prevalence in 3 Discrete United States Populations„, it has been reported that doctors tested 2955 Americans from different geographic locations and walks of life.
The test subjects were stripped down and scanned bodily to see if RFID chips could be detected.
From the abstract: (emphasis ours)
„Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Chips have been used extensively in wildlife ecology and conservation to identify and track individual specimens in a population. It has been unknown, however, how often RFID chips have been implanted in human populations for the tracking and identification of individuals. This study analyzed the prevalence of RFID Chips in 3 geographically discrete populations and found that, on average, 1 in 3 individuals carried an RFID Chip. Interestingly, there was a strong correlation with RFID Chip presence and previous dental work.”
Far from knowingly implanting the RFID chips in their hands as is often reported in the media, the majority detected by the researchers were from dental work – fillings, bridges, crowns, etc. The chips are often inserted during the manufacturing process, and the patient is never aware of its existence.
A report on RFID implants from The Open Dentistry Journal explains:
A general dentist without any special training or assistance from a laboratory technician can easily perform the incorporation of a microchip transponder in a denture and the procedure is extremely economical. Its inclusion offers many benefits in dental prosthetic labeling; allowing not only the storage of patient’s medical records on a searchable database, but also information on the materials used and so providing traceability. Ultimately the chip could play an invaluable forensic role in assisting with human identification.
In the end, the WIT researchers conclude, „Our work has shown that approximately 1 in 3 individuals in the United States is carrying an RFID microchip.”
Being implanted without knowledge or giving permission is not a new phenomenon. For years people have claimed to have inexplicable implants, but are often ridiculed or dismissed. Anthony Gucciardi from Activist Post writes about a man who took legal action against a government hospital for microchip implant:
A Danish man has filed a writ against Alexandra Hospital for secretly implanting a microchip inside of his body during a 1988 operation, which he says later caused him to hear voices.
After being stabbed in the lung, Mr. Mogens Tindhof Honore received surgery at the hospital in his chest and lung. Later, in 1997, X-rays revealed a metal instrument akin to a microchip present in his left lung. At the time of the operation, Alexandra Hospital was a government hospital under the Ministry of Health.
The former seaman said that after being discharged from the hospital in 1988, he kept hearing voices in his head and could not lead a normal life. In addition to feeling unwell and coughing up blood, Mr. Honore said that strange individuals would walk up to him on the street and speak to him about outlandish subject matters.
Honore may have been implanted with an RFID chip
’(Mr Honore) also discovered and experienced that strange people on the streets would approach and speak to (him) about strange subject matters or pass strange irrelevant comments,’ according to the papers filed.
Feeling constantly tracked and plagued by unusual medical problems, Mr. Honore felt a “perpetual state of apprehension and fear for the safety of his life.” Unable to hold his job and live a normal life, Honore returned to Alexandra Hospital in order to investigate his condition. The hospital turned him away, stating that they had no record of his stay.
In June 2011, Honore underwent an operation at Mount Elizabeth Hospital to remove the fragment.
The numbers of c hipped individuals must surely be on the rise in the U.S. and worldwide, as tracking chips are being used in many various fields, and patients and their families are lining up to receive them.
The healthcare sector is certainly not the only area where RFID chips are being used in greater frequency. Microchips, touted by the mainstream media and surveillance industry, are being used to track school children, control firearms, and direct us toward a cashless society.
By Red Ice Creations