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Why Are Embalmers Finding Unusual Blood Clots?

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Speakers: Dr. Ryan Cole, Major Thomas Haviland, Ret. USAF, Richard Hirschman


Why Are Embalmers Finding Unusual Blood Clots? What explains the long, fibrous, rubbery, white colored blood clots embalmers have seen in recent years? Guest host Dr. Ryan Cole along with Major Thomas Haviland, Ret. USAF, and embalmer Richard Hirschman consider why these new clots were never seen before 2021.

Why are embalmers finding unusual amyloid-like blood clots in the bloodstreams of the deceased?

Embalmers have always encountered blood clots as a part of the embalming process. Midway through 2021, however, a new normal seemed to emerge. That’s when embalmers started routinely finding long, fibrous, rubbery, white colored blood clots in many of their subjects.

These new clots were never seen before 2021.

Why Are Embalmers Finding

The first embalmer to find blood clots of this nature and speak out about it was Richard Hirschman. Hirschman operates as a trade embalmer in Alabama, United States, working as a contractor for several funeral directors in his area. Since he’s not beholden to a single employer, he’s able to be more outspoken than many of his contemporaries.

Those paying close attention to the fibrous clot phenomenon may have seen a film titled “Died Suddenly“. This was the film that first featured Hirschman’s story. It gained widespread attention in 2022, rapidly circulating through social media and going viral.

It’s now 2024 and the strange white blood clots are still being found by embalmers.

While the evidence continues to mount, public health institutions aren’t saying anything about it. The silence is curious because as early as March 2021, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines were being pulled off the shelves due to a suspected link to blood clots.

Nevertheless, silence has become the norm. Those who speak up are subject to a modern-day struggle session. First fact-checked, then labeled anti-vaccine. For many, it’s plain to see how telling the truth can lead to career suicide.

Luckily, there are a brave few who believe it is their moral duty to speak up. In the above webinar, we were joined by pathologist Dr. Ryan Cole, Ret. US Air Force Major Thomas Haviland, and embalmer Richard Hirschman. The three discussed the following questions, and more:

  1. Are Embalmers Still Finding Strange Blood Clots?
  2. What’s Unusual About the Blood Clots Embalmers Are Finding?
  3. What Are Embalmers Seeing Around the World?

1. Are Embalmers Still Finding Strange Blood Clots?

Thomas Haviland has been looking into the blood clots found by embalmers for around two years. His work started soon after he was forced into early retirement in October 2021 for refusing to take the COVID vaccine.

Haviland is an engineer by trade and calls himself a “data guy.” As such, he put together several surveys designed to ask embalmers to report what they are seeing. He has run surveys routinely since 2022 with the intent of tracking the trends of what embalmers are finding over time.

According to his most recent survey, 73% of embalmers are still seeing the mysterious white clots.

Why Are Embalmers Finding

Haviland received responses from embalmers with:

  • An average of 15 years experience embalming
  • An average of 100 corpses embalmed per year

2. What’s Unusual About the Blood Clots Embalmers Are Finding?

Dr. Cole describes what blood clots normally look like from the perspective of a pathologist:

“In medicine, especially in pathology, we have food descriptors. So you know, historically we would see clots that were grape jelly-like or chicken fatty… and these [white blood clots] aren’t those.”

An embalmer like Hirschman, with 20 years experience, also knows what clots typically look like:

“They were red jelly-like and there was no way we could hold on to a clot and have it maintain its structure… Sometimes we can pull them out, but they’re so fragile they just typically will fall apart. You can’t really manipulate them much.”

The fibrous white clots found in blood vessels of the deceased these days are very different from typical blood clots embalmers have been used to finding. Dr. Cole explains:

“They’ve looked at these and shown that there are amyloid-like proteins and amyloid is a type of protein—you may have heard of amyloid plaques and Alzheimer’s disease historically that was a type of amyloid. Well, what amyloid is, is a folded protein that’s hard to break apart because of the types of chemical bonds that formed between those proteins.”

Hirschman also notes that many of these clots are found in arteries rather than veins. To the uninitiated, that might not sound like a key finding. Dr. Cole describes how medically unusual it really is:

“Your arterial system is under high pressure. You have high pressure, high flow. So, for those listening to understand, you know, to have something forming a clot in your arterial system and build and build over time, that’s unusual. Your slow low pressure venous return is where you get these little eddy pools and this slow congealing of proteins and what not. So yeah, what you’re describing is medically unusual.”

3. What Are Embalmers Seeing Around the World?

It should come as no surprise that these strange new clots are being found by embalmers around the world. A recent documentary on clotting and excess deaths by UK filmmaker Justin Smith shows that the situation is no different across the pond.

Haviland, Hirschman, and Dr. Cole all report working with colleagues internationally. All of them are reporting similar findings.

What’s more, Haviland says that embalmers are not the only ones potentially finding the new clots. He suggests that catheterization labs are pulling these white clots out of live patients right now.

The New Normal?

At this point, embalmers have collected hundreds of samples of the new amyloid clots. The silence on the matter is frustrating, and as Dr. Cole explains, health authorities have reacted to far less in the past:

“I think back to the 80s, and we discovered, you know, ‘new diseases’ and had problems with our blood supply. And all of a sudden, there’s a worldwide panic because there’s a handful of cases and hemophiliacs with HIV from transfusions and that makes the world press. Yet here we have percentages in the 20s and 30-plus percents of something changing in the blood. And yet, the world is silent.”

It may even be worse than that, according to Dr. Cole:

“This was a genetic injection and if you look at Moderna and Pfizer they’re listed with the Securities and Exchange Commission as gene therapies. And if we go back to the 80s in the 90s, gene therapies failed and the number one reason they failed was actually clotting. So this is history repeating itself.


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