Radio Frequency Scannings

ICATOR has set up a radio frequency (RF) scanning program in a shielded environment (Faraday cage) for its members. The objective is to measure radio frequencies emissions coming from illegally placed RFID chips, nanomaterials, biomedical devices or similar technology in the human body. Since an ever increasing number of citizens from all over the world are contacting ICATOR with complaints of electronic terrorism, providing the victims of this non-consensual human experimentation with scientific evidence, became a priority.

1.    RF scanning is organized by ICATOR in a Faraday cage in Brussels, to minimize the possibility that the signals might come from an outside source.

2.    The participants provide us with medical imagery at the anatomical focus point, where the RF emissions are measured. To locate these possible foreign bodies by medical imagery is the responsability of the participant.

3.      Surgery to remove the foreign body/bodies is performed under video monitoring in view of the ICATOR class action lawsuit. This is a shared responsibility between ICATOR and its members.

Next Scanning event –

We are starting to plan the second RF scanning event of this year. We hope to hold this second event in October 2022. It would be held in Brussels, Belgium at a location with a Faraday cage.

We aid those attending with finding suitable hotels. There would be a meal out for each person attending to meet one another & possibly a meeting in person with our head lawyer.

The recent scanning event held on the 16th June went very well & evidence of abnormalities were found.

Please email us to confirm payment & we can add you to our members lists. There is a form you can fill in on the Membership page.

To reserve your seat, please transfer 140 € to the ICATOR bank account. Click on the button below to visit the membership page.

Alternatively, you can use our gofundme page to book your participation.