Solar Eclipse Fashion Tips

This segment is from the “Ascension of the Molecular Biological Machines”, aka the “Rise of the Graphene Zombies” about the Bacteriorhodopsin Operating System which electrically excites the “GQD Particle” that is used to transform humans into Biological Computers or Androids capable of remotely processing at exponentially higher speeds than that of modern computers.

Here at CIN we really pride ourselves at having some of the most astute readers. One reader alerted us to an article promoting that those who are going to view the solar eclipse wear red and green clothing to induce the “Purkinje effect” and enhance their viewing experience pleasure. 1

Purkinje effect: “The Purkinje effect or Purkinje phenomenon is the tendency for the peak luminance sensitivity of the eye to shift toward the blue end of the color spectrum at low illumination levels as part of dark adaptation. In consequence, reds will appear darker relative to other colors as light levels decrease.” 2

There are even verified Xwitter accounts getting in on the action and promoting this as a “Eclipse Fashion Tip”. 3

Seriously? Now let’s see what science tells us if we wear red and green clothing with a Bacteriorhodopsin-based  “Molecular Electronic Device” growing inside us while being exposed to a Solar Eclipse. 4 5

To start, let’s look at what they refer to as a “Purkinje effect.” Obviously it’s a play on words but Purkinje fibers are an important part of the cerebellar brain circuits responsible for muscle coordination, cognition and emotions! So what exactly is being enhanced by wearing the colors red and green? 6

Bacteriorhodopsin is activated by near UV light and light in the Blue, Green, Orange, and Red wavelengths. Red clothing acts to absorb both Blue and Green light whereas green clothing acts to absorb Blue, Orange and Red Light. So what do you believe is being activated during the Solar Eclipse? The Bacteriorhodopsin “operating system”.

What we found interesting from this information is that obviously the Bacteriorhodopsin is not just an “Optogenetics” operating system within the eyes but also spread throughout your body cells. And light itself can penetrate the skin, especially UV light. However, maybe this also tells us that the Bacteriorhodopsin system itself has yet to be activated and requires both the magnetic fields and the UV light to activate it? Let’s hope so!

And what color should one wear with the Bacteriorhodopsin operating system? White since it will reflect all colors of light!

Me, well I’d prefer wearing my Tin-foil suit and UV/Blue-Green/IR-AI shielding glasses!

This is why people from Arab states wear white robes in  the sun: Light colours reflect UV Rays better than dark ones!

These lighter colors (white) don’t absorb as much UV light, so wearing them means less exposure for your skin. Darker colors like black, brown, dark red, navy blue, and forest green tend to absorb more UV radiation rather than reflect it. 7

However the Skin Cancer Foundation is now telling people to wear darker colors such as black, red and green because they “absorb” UV and the UV won’t penetrate the skin? 8

Seriously? What the heck is going on here?  I see Science and Medicine changing the narrative as we speak? It sure looks like the Nazi Whitecoats want to kill you! They definitely want you absorbing more light by wearing dark colors!

FFS! This is why football players put a black band under their eyes to attract light  in order to mitigate light going into their eyes! Black absorbs light!

CIN would like to thank one of our readers for suggesting Tencel clothing which may offer some protection from electricity since it is made from cellulose found in wood and is therefore non-conductive. Basically it’s like using electrical tape around a copper wire. Tencel is somewhat similar to rayon (viscose) because both are considered “regenerated cellulose” fibers. Manufacturers create Tencel by dissolving wood pulp in a chemical solvent and then extruding it into fibers.

For our protocols on deactivating the nano technology, see; “Deactivating the Graphene Quantum Dots & Decoupling your Brain from the Clathrin mRNA Neural Interface”, and remember, NO FEAR.

  1. Wearing red or green could enhance your solar eclipse experience. ↩︎
  2. Purkinje effect – Wikipedia ↩︎
  3. https://x.com/WendyMillsTV/status/1770425812623229108 ↩︎
  4. April 8th Solar Eclipse & Ascension of the Biological Machines:  CIN, March 16, 2024 ↩︎
  5. Bacteriorhodopsin and Solar Eclipse:  CIN, February 24, 2024 ↩︎
  6. Histology, Purkinje Cells – StatPearls – NCBI Bookshelf. ↩︎
  7. What is the Best Color to Wear for Sun Protection? ↩︎
  8. Sun Protective Clothing – The Skin Cancer Foundation ↩︎

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