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Over 100 years ago, a German pharmacist by the name of Julius Neubronner devised a way to deliver emergency prescriptions via carrier pigeon. As if that wasn’t amazing enough, after one of his birds went missing but a month later returned he wondered how he could track their flights. His solution was charmingly simple and it changed aerial surveillance forever.

Clearly his talents went far beyond the pharmacy. Camera technology was obviously not what it is today but his pigeons successfully took flight, wearing a specially adapted rig that would snap a series of photos on a timer. Not only did this allow Neubronner to track the flight path of his surveillance pigeons but in 1903 these are the first aerial photographs ever taken by an animal.

The government was now aware of this technology and right around the corner was World War 1. What was more discrete as a spy drone than a pigeon with a camera? Nothing. Throughout both World War’s pigeons were sent on reconnaissance missions and the technology continually improved.

In the following years, Neubronner made major advances, in both his pigeon camera harness and the capability of these cameras to take higher quality photographs, examples of which below. Now the story dries up, until, the CIA picked up the technology in 1970 who state “Being a common species, the pigeon concealed its role as an intelligence collection platform among the activities of thousands of other birds.”

By the 1970’s the CIA had the technology to reinvent the pigeon camera, pictured below, however “details of pigeon missions are still classified”. It is however known the CIA could take detailed images of very targeted areas.

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Since the initial classification of these government surveillance activities, technology has improved drastically. Biotechnology in pigeons allows advanced control and wireless transfer of data in high definition. The modern pigeon drone has come a long way. One way or another, surveillance pigeons are nothing new. The routes are easily traced to Neubronner’s patent in 1908 and somehow still, the modern public is largely unaware of these spybots in our everyday lives.



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Rothschilds bow to Bogdanoffs
-In contact with aliens
-Possess psychic-like abilities
-Control france with an iron but fair fist
-Own castles & banks globally
-Direct descendants of the ancient royal blood line
-Will bankroll the first cities on Mars (Bogdangrad will be be the first city)
-Own 99% of DNA editing research facilities on Earth
-First designer babies will in all likelihood be Bogdanoff babies
-both brothers said to have 215+ IQ, such intelligence on Earth has only existed deep in Tibetan monasteries & Area 51
-Ancient Indian scriptures tell of two angels who will descend upon Earth and will bring an era of enlightenment and unprecedented technological progress with them
-They own Nanobot R&D labs around the world
-You likely have Bogdabots inside you right now
-The Bogdanoffs are in regular communication with the Archangels Michael and Gabriel, forwarding the word of God to the Orthodox Church. Who do you think set up the meeting between the pope & the Orthodox high command (First meeting between the two organisations in over 1000 years) and arranged the Orthodox leader’s first trip to Antarctica in history literally a few days later to the Bogdanoff bunker in Wilkes land?
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The principle symptom of esophageal hemorrhage is sudden bleeding in the upper gastrointestinal tract, according to Merck Manuals. Merck Manuals reports that the bleeding is often from the distal esopohagus, meaning the part of the esophagus closest to the stomach. According to the Mayo Clinic, blood that normally flows to the liver becomes blocked due to liver cirrhosis 1. The blood then backs up into the smaller and more fragile blood vessels in the esophagus. When the pressure in the vessels of the esophagus becomes too high, blood may leak from the vessels into the esophagus. If the pressure is excessively high, the varices may burst, resulting in a massive influx of blood into the gastrointestinal tract. The Mayo Clinic reports that about 1/3 of people with enlarged blood vessels in the esophagus will experience bleeding 1. Other symptoms of esophageal hemorrhage linked to bleeding are vomiting blood and the presence of blood in the stool. Bleeding in the esophagus is very serious: Merck Manuals reports that death from esophageal hemorrhage may be greater than 50 percent of cases.

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How deep does the Bogdanoff rabbit hole go?


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