Note: Carnicom Institute is not offering any medical advice or diagnosis with the presentation of this information. CI is acting solely as an independent research entity that is providing the results of extended observation and analysis of unusual biological conditions that are evident.  Each individual must work with their own health professional to establish any appropriate course of action and any health related comments in this paper are solely for informational purposes.


The following information should not be overstated, and I will do my best to exercise the prudent restraints that are called for.  By the same token, the findings should not be understated as they are of great potential significance to the health of our species and biology of the planet in general.

I would like to set the stage first as to the information that will be forthcoming in this and future reports.  Carnicom Institute no longer has a dedicated laboratory facility and this has been the case for some time now; instrumentation, facility, sampling and staffing no longer exist from a combination of circumstances.

Carnicom Institute is in a transitional stage of release of all information to the public. One primary need is for the suitable distribution and comprehension of that information, as censorship is a significant reality of our times.  This transition is best described within the Carnicom Disclosure Project (links immediately following).



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Having said this, there is now additional research by this organization that requires further disclosure in a measured and and rational fashion.

The motivation for this project is the following.  It is essentially that of curiosity and deep concern for our future.  The state of the world has changed at an epic level over the last few years in most every manner imaginable.  One of these arenas is certainly that of human health, and especially with regard to the “COVID” situation.

Carnicom Institute has been examining human blood conditions almost since its inception close to 25 years ago; there are innumerable CI research papers in that regard.  One very natural question arises, and this is whether there is an observable change in the condition of human blood samples prior to and post to the “COVID” and “vaccination” era that we are now in.  The answer to that question remains in front of us, and it certainly deserves an answer.  Unfortunately, it is not at all certain or sure that Carnicom Institute will have the resources or even pure time enough to answer it.

Given those conditions, Carnicom Institute retains the desire to contribute to that answer, and there is now at least some relevant information to be provided.

Next, we must lay down some more groundwork.  A strong distinction must always be made and kept in the forefront between the “PRE-COVID” AND “POST-COVID” eras.  All past CI research is essentially PRE-COVID research.  The current work to be spoken of takes place in the POST-COVID time frame, but any blood samples examined are from individuals  WITHOUT a COVID “vaccination”.  What the work will show is that there are VERY serious issues afoot even PRIOR to consideration of direct effects from the various “vaccines”.  This sequence of conditions is critical to keep in mind at all times, and only further intensifies the need for additional research that for now is completely beyond the radar of any known expressed interest by ANY party or entity.

One standard method of preparing a blood sample for observation is to use a dried blood smear on a slide; this has been the most common approach in the past.  After a several year hiatus in blood observation, it was observed that the dried slide approach presented greater difficulty than in previous years.  The level of coagulation, rouleaux, or agglutination appeared to be considerably more severe than in past observations, and specific erythrocyte observation was more difficult to achieve.  It was decided that a real time blood coagulation observation was required, and this is therefore the approach that was taken.

A reference image for a human blood smear is shown below.  A couple of obvious and dominant characteristics of normally occurring blood are that of uniform circular geometry and the generally free standing nature of the blood cells.


Reference Human Blood Smear
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We now describe the sample set.  The sample set consists of four live blood samples that can be considered as a random set from senior citizens, with no blood relatives involved.  Four questions were asked of the participants of the study:

1. Age
2. Sex
3. Whether or not the individual had received any COVID “vaccinations”.
4. Whether or not the participant lived with or was regularly in close association with an individual that had been “vaccinated.”

The associated information is as follows:


Subject Age Sex “COVID Vaccination” “Vaccine” Proximity
1 69 Male NONE NO
2 74 Female NONE NO
3 71 Male NONE NO
4 62 Female NONE NO


Now let us look at the data samples.

1. Free flowing blood on slide with cover slip; no significant air exposure
2. No vaccinations.
3. Interpretation and analysis requires familiarity with CI research history.]


Subject 1 – Male – 69 Years
Elapsed Time Blood Coagulation Status with Respect to Elapsed Time
<= 2 min
2-5 min
5-10 min


Subject 2 – Female 74 Years
Elapsed Time Blood Coagulation Status with Respect to Elapsed Time
<= 2 min
2-5 min
5-10 min


Subject 3 – Male – 71 Years
Elapsed Time Blood Coagulation Status with Respect to Elapsed Time
<= 2 min
2-5 min
5-10 min


Subject 4 – Female – 62 Years
Elapsed Time Blood Coagulation Status with Respect to Elapsed Time
<= 2 min
2-5 min
5-10 min


From the standpoint of a researcher, let us make some observational and informational comments about what is shown above; no medical or diagnostic assessments of any kind are made here.  It is of benefit to start with a brief discussion about blood disturbance and coagulation itself.

The disruption of blood is exhibited at extreme levels in the photos above.  The phenomena of “rouleaux”, “agglutination”, and clotting must all be brought forward immediately.

Rouleaux is the characteristic of blood cells aligning themselves in rows or chains, and is caused by an increase of plasma proteins in the blood such as fibrinogen or globulin.  Agglutination, also appearing evident,  is the random and disorganized clumping of red blood cells, and is  caused by formation of antibody-antigen complexes.  Coagulation is the process by which a blood clot is formed.  It would seem reasonable to presume that all three phenomena are likely closely related or associated with one another.

There are both differences and commonalities within these blood samples that can be observed;  one method  to describe this is with geometry and spatial behavior. The microscope that is available for this work is modest but sufficient for the purpose (approximately 1500x).  The experience base of Carnicom Institute research is an important asset in relating these observations to previous extended microscopy sessions with higher caliber equipment.  The presence of the “cross-domain” bacteria, as disclosed by CI research, is an additional crucial factor in the interpretation of these images.