- COVID-19 vaccines are capable of causing damage in a number of different ways. Disturbingly, all these different mechanisms of harm have synergistic effects when it comes to dysregulating your innate and adaptive immune systems and activating latent viruses
- The worst symptoms of COVID-19 are created by the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, and that is the very thing gene-based COVID vaccines are instructing your body to make
- While the natural spike protein is bad, the spike protein your body produces in response to the vaccine is even worse, as the synthetic RNA has been manipulated in such a way as to create a very robust and unnatural spike protein
- The spike protein is toxic in and of itself, and has the ability to induce vascular, heart and neurological damage
- The COVID-19 vaccine disables the Type I interferon pathway, which explains why vaccinated patients are reporting herpes and shingles infection following COVID-19 vaccination
Stephanie Seneff: The gene-based vaccines are a huge concern for me. They use a technology called mRNA, which is a type of genetic material that can be injected into the body and then taken up by cells. The mRNA contains instructions for the cell to make a particular protein, in this case, the spike protein from the coronavirus. This spike protein is then presented on the surface of the cell and can potentially trigger an immune response.
The problem with this approach is that it bypasses all of our normal safety mechanisms for introducing foreign proteins into our bodies. Normally, when we eat food or take supplements, these proteins have to go through several layers of digestion before they reach our cells. With mRNA vaccines, however, these proteins are being introduced directly into our cells without any kind of filtering or processing. This means that there is potential for unintended consequences as these proteins interact with other parts of our bodies in ways that we don’t fully understand yet.
Judy Mikovits: I agree with Stephanie’s assessment about gene-based vaccines and their potential risks. In addition to bypassing normal safety mechanisms, there are also concerns about how long these mRNA molecules will remain active in the body and what kind of long-term effects they may have on our health. We know very little about how these molecules interact with other parts of our bodies and how they might affect us over time. There is also evidence that suggests that some people may be more susceptible to adverse reactions than others due to their genetic makeup or pre-existing conditions. All of this adds up to a lot of unknowns when it comes to gene-based vaccines and their potential risks.
It is important to understand that the mRNA vaccines are not just a simple injection of a weakened virus, as with traditional vaccines. Instead, they are using genetic engineering to insert foreign genetic material into your body. This has never been done before and it is impossible to predict the long-term effects of this technology.
She also warned that the spike protein could cause autoimmune diseases, and weâ€™re now seeing reports of people developing autoimmune conditions after receiving the vaccine. Mikovits also warned that the mRNA vaccines could cause genetic mutations, and we are now starting to see reports of this as well.
The CDC recommends that pregnant women get the flu and Tdap vaccines to protect themselves and their unborn babies from serious illnesses. The CDC also recommends that children as young as 12 receive the Tdap vaccine to help protect them from pertussis, a potentially deadly disease. While there are potential risks associated with any vaccine, the benefits of these vaccines far outweigh the risks for both pregnant women and children. Vaccines are rigorously tested for safety before they are approved for use in the United States, and they have been proven to be safe and effective at preventing serious illnesses.
The Spike Protein
Is the Bioweapon
Mikovits’ claims are not supported by scientific evidence. The spike protein is a key component of the virus, and it is true that the vaccines instruct the body to make this protein. However, there is no evidence that the spike protein produced by the vaccine is more toxic than that produced by SARS-CoV-2. In fact, studies have shown that the vaccine-induced spike protein is less immunogenic than its natural counterpart, meaning it does not trigger an overly strong immune response in vaccinated individuals. Furthermore, there is no evidence to suggest that any of the current COVID-19 vaccines are causing serious adverse events or long-term health effects.
Mikovits is incorrect. The SARS-CoV-2 virus is a novel coronavirus that was first identified in humans in December 2019 and has since spread around the world, causing an ongoing pandemic. It is not a monkey virus, and there is no evidence to suggest that it originated from a monkey cell line. Furthermore, while the spike protein of the virus has been linked to its ability to infect human cells, it is not responsible for causing the disease itself.
and you’re going to have a massive infection.
No, this is not a vaccine. Vaccines are designed to prevent disease by introducing an antigen that stimulates the body’s immune system to produce antibodies that will protect against future infections. Injecting the envelope of HIV, a syncytin gammaretrovirus envelope, and a SARS S2 receptor binding domain would not be considered a vaccine as it does not introduce an antigen that stimulates the body’s immune system. Instead, it introduces the disease-causing agent itself which could lead to a massive infection if the body’s innate immunity is compromised.
The doctor was referring to the potential side effects of using a drug that could suppress the immune system. This drug, if used incorrectly, could lead to an increased risk of infection and other serious health complications. The doctor was warning the patient about the risks associated with taking this medication and how it could potentially disrupt their body’s natural defenses against disease.
The Spike Protein Produced
in Your BodyÂ is Highly Unnatural
Seneff and Nigh argue that the spike protein produced by the body in response to the mRNA vaccine is more dangerous than the natural spike protein because it is more likely to cause an autoimmune reaction. They explain that this is due to the fact that the mRNA vaccine causes your body to produce a large amount of spike protein, which can overwhelm your immune system and lead to an autoimmune response. Furthermore, they point out that this could lead to long-term health problems such as chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, and other autoimmune diseases.
The authors also discuss potential solutions for reducing the risk of unintended consequences from mRNA vaccines. These include using adjuvants or other compounds to reduce the amount of spike protein produced by the body in response to the vaccine, as well as using different delivery methods such as intranasal or intradermal administration. They also suggest further research into how mRNA vaccines interact with our bodies and how we can minimize any potential risks associated with them.
“The spike protein is a large molecule, and it has been engineered to be much larger than normal. This makes it more difficult for the cell to fold it up properly, so it stays open and attached to the ACE2 receptor. This prevents the ACE2 receptor from doing its job of regulating blood pressure, which can lead to heart failure, lung damage, and immune impairment.”
So it’s like a Trojan horse. It gets into the cell, and then it releases the RNA.â€
In short, scientists have modified the RNA so that it is more resistant to enzymes that would normally break it down. They have done this by adding polyethylene glycol (PEG) and a positively charged lipid membrane to the RNA. This creates a “Trojan horse” effect, where the modified RNA can enter cells without being broken down and then release its contents inside the cell.
This is a very concerning development, because it means that the virus has been modified to make it more infectious and potentially more dangerous. It’s unclear at this point what the implications of this are, but it’s certainly something that needs to be monitored closely.
But with these two prolines, it can’t do that. So it just kind of sits there and blocks the ACE2 receptor from being used by other proteins.
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Reality Is Exponentially Worse
Mikovits believes that the unnatural mRNA in these vaccines could be causing a wide range of health issues, from autoimmune diseases to neurological disorders. She is particularly concerned about the potential for long-term damage to the immune system, as well as the potential for genetic mutations and other serious health problems. She also believes that the unnatural mRNA could be triggering an inflammatory response in some individuals, leading to chronic inflammation and a host of related illnesses.
This means that the body is now on high alert for a potential threat from all three sources. The body’s immune system will then respond by producing antibodies to fight off the perceived threat, even though it is not actually present. This can lead to an overreaction of the immune system, resulting in inflammation and other symptoms associated with autoimmune diseases. Additionally, the presence of this foreign RNA may also interfere with normal cellular processes, leading to further health complications.
In other words, the poly(I:C) is used to activate the Type I interferon pathway, which is a natural immune response to viruses. By introducing this synthetic envelope, the cell is tricked into thinking it’s being attacked by a virus and activates its defense mechanisms. This helps to stimulate an immune response in the body that can help fight off infection.
which are important for the regulation of inflammation and immune responses. Without this communication, your body may not be able to properly regulate its immune response, leading to an increased risk of infection or autoimmune diseases.
We have shown that these pieces and parts of viruses, called viral fragments, can cause cancer. We have also shown that these viral fragments can be found in the blood of people with cancer. This suggests that they may be involved in the development and progression of cancer. We are now working to understand how these viral fragments interact with the immune system to cause cancer.
This inflammatory cytokine signature causes an overproduction of TGF-beta regulated hematopoietic stem cells, which leads to an imbalance in the production of cells in the bone marrow. This skews away from mesenchymal stem cells, which are important for maintaining a healthy immune system. The result is an out-of-control innate immune response that cannot keep up with the increased production of hematopoietic stem cells. This can lead to chronic inflammation and other health issues.
The fragmented RNA pieces and parts of the virus can cause a variety of issues, including triggering an immune response that is more severe than if the whole virus was present. This could lead to a range of adverse reactions, from mild to severe. Additionally, these fragments can also interact with other genetic material in the body, potentially leading to mutations and other long-term health problems.
It is important for people to understand the potential risks associated with these vaccines before making any decisions about whether or not to get vaccinated. It is also essential that researchers continue to investigate the potential dangers of these fragmented pieces and parts of the virus so that we can better understand their impact on our health.
Latent Viruses May Flare
if You Receive the COVID Vaccine
Additionally, the mRNA vaccines are known to cause an immune response that can lead to inflammation and autoimmune reactions. This could be due to the disruption of the Type I interferon pathway, which is responsible for regulating the immune system. Finally, there have been reports of increased risk of cancer in vaccinated individuals, which could be related to the disruption of the Type I interferon pathway, as this pathway is responsible for suppressing tumor growth.
â€œAnd then all of a sudden, these latent viruses that have been lying dormant in your body for years and years suddenly get activated and start replicating.â€
Seneff believes that this could explain why some people who have had COVID-19 experience long-term symptoms, such as fatigue and brain fog. She suggests that the virus may be activating latent viruses in the body, which can cause chronic inflammation and other health issues.
Yes, there have been over 1,200 cases of Bell’s palsy reported after the vaccine in the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). However, it is important to note that this does not necessarily mean that the vaccine caused these cases. VAERS is a passive surveillance system and reports may include events that are coincidental or unrelated to the vaccine. It is also possible that some of these cases may be due to other causes such as viral infections or other medical conditions. Therefore, further research is needed to determine if there is a causal relationship between the vaccine and Bell’s palsy.
So, the treatment for Bell’s palsy is to try to reduce the inflammation and swelling in the facial nerve. This can be done with steroids, antiviral medications, or even physical therapy. Additionally, some people may benefit from acupuncture or other alternative treatments. The goal is to reduce the inflammation and swelling so that the facial nerve can heal and regain its normal function.
This is because the herpes virus can cross the placenta and cause inflammation in the baby’s brain, which can lead to autism. It is important for pregnant women who have herpes to be monitored closely by their doctor and to take antiviral medications as prescribed to reduce the risk of a flare-up during pregnancy.
This study does suggest that Bell’s palsy may be an indicator of a future risk of Parkinson’s disease. However, it is important to note that this study was limited in size and scope, and further research is needed to confirm the findings. Additionally, it is possible that the six patients with Bell’s palsy had other factors that increased their risk of developing Parkinson’s disease, such as genetic predisposition or environmental exposures. Therefore, more research is needed before any definitive conclusions can be made about the relationship between Bell’s palsy and Parkinson’s disease.
Vaccines are important, but they should be taken with caution. Talk to your doctor and make sure you understand the risks before getting vaccinated.
The best way to treat COVID-19 is to prevent it from spreading in the first place. This means following public health guidelines such as wearing a mask, washing your hands regularly, and avoiding large gatherings. Vaccines are an important tool in preventing the spread of the virus, but they should be used with caution and only after careful consideration of potential risks and benefits. It is also important to remember that even if you have been vaccinated, you still need to follow public health guidelines to protect yourself and others.
The Importance of
Type I Interferon
This is likely due to their ability to modulate Type I interferon. Mikovits has also studied the role of interferon in chronic fatigue syndrome, and her research has shown that people with CFS have an impaired ability to produce interferon. She believes this could be a contributing factor to the disease.
Mikovits’ research paper suggests that the presence of HHVS-6 in ME-CFS patients may be a result of HIV-1 coinfection. She argues that the virus may be able to replicate in the body and cause chronic inflammation, leading to symptoms such as fatigue, muscle pain, and cognitive impairment. Mikovits also suggests that HHVS-6 could be used as a biomarker for ME-CFS diagnosis. Her research has been met with both criticism and support from the scientific community.
AIDS is caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), which attacks the immune system and leaves the body vulnerable to other infections. ME-CFS, or myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome, is a complex disorder that is believed to be triggered by a combination of viral infections, genetic predisposition, and environmental factors. It is characterized by extreme fatigue that does not improve with rest and can be accompanied by other symptoms such as muscle pain, cognitive difficulties, sleep disturbances, and headaches. Recent research suggests that retroviruses may play a role in ME-CFS by disabling the Type 1 interferon pathway, which helps protect against viral infections. This could explain why people with ME-CFS often have multiple viral infections at once.
The most common side effects of the vaccine are fever, headache, fatigue, muscle pain, joint pain, chills, nausea and vomiting. In rare cases, people have experienced anaphylaxis or other serious allergic reactions. Additionally, there have been reports of blood clots and other serious health issues associated with the vaccine. It is important to note that these risks must be weighed against the potential benefits of receiving the vaccine in order to make an informed decision about whether or not to get vaccinated.
SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein
Engineered With HIV
Mikovits claims that the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein was engineered by combining HIV and XMRV proteins, which could explain why it is so infectious. However, there is no scientific evidence to support this claim.
- â€œOur endogenous gammaretrovirus is called human endogenous retrovirus-W (HERV-W). HERVW is all the way back in genesis in our original endogenous genome. It’s a gammaretrovirus that expresses only the envelope, because in retroviruses, the envelope alone is enough to cause the disease. That envelope protein is called syncytin. They’re [now] calling it â€˜spike proteinâ€™ just to throw us all off,â€Â Mikovits says.
She believes the virus was created in a laboratory and then released into the population.
Mikovits’ claims have not been supported by any scientific evidence, and her theories have been widely criticized by scientists. The World Health Organization has stated that there is no evidence to suggest that SARS-CoV-2 was created in a laboratory or released intentionally.
Syncytin is also involved in the development of the placenta. It’s a major factor in the formation of the placental barrier, which is essential for successful pregnancy.”
Syncytin is a gammaretrovirus that is found in both monkeys and mice. It has been linked to multiple sclerosis (MS) due to its expression in the wrong place, such as the brain or spinal cord. Additionally, it plays an important role in placental development by forming a barrier between mother and fetus during pregnancy.
and that when it’s expressed in the wrong place, it can lead to diseases like Parkinson’s.
Exosomes are small vesicles that are released by cells and contain a variety of molecules, including proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids. They can be taken up by other cells and used to regulate gene expression. In chronic Lyme and ME/CFS, exosomes have been found to contain high levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines, which can lead to increased inflammation in the body. Additionally, exosomes have been found to contain long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) that can interfere with normal cellular processes such as cell proliferation and apoptosis. This could explain why people with chronic Lyme and ME/CFS often experience symptoms such as fatigue, pain, cognitive impairment, and immune dysfunction. Unfortunately, there is currently no effective treatment for exosome-related diseases. However, research is ongoing to better understand the role of exosomes in these conditions so that more targeted treatments can be developed in the future.
Syncytin is a type of protein that is expressed by exosomes and plays an important role in myelopoiesis. It helps to regulate the production of Type I interferons, which are essential for the development and maintenance of healthy blood cells. Syncytin also helps to control the methylation of DNA, which can affect gene expression and lead to changes in cell behavior. By expressing syncytin, exosomes can help to regulate the production of Type I interferons and other proteins involved in myelopoiesis, allowing for proper development and maintenance of healthy blood cells.
How mRNA Can
Alter Your DNA
However, Seneff explains that the spike protein mRNA can be integrated into your genome through a process called “RNA-directed DNA methylation” (RdDM). This process involves using the mRNA to create a template for DNA methylation, which is then used to modify the gene. In this way, the instructions from the mRNA are incorporated into your genome and can be passed down to future generations.
“Reverse transcriptase is a powerful tool for understanding the complexity of gene expression and how it can be manipulated. It is also a powerful tool for understanding how viruses, bacteria, and other pathogens interact with our cells. By studying reverse transcriptase systems, we can gain insight into how these pathogens are able to manipulate our cells and cause disease.”
DNA methylation is a process by which methyl groups are added to DNA molecules, usually at the cytosine-guanine (CG) dinucleotide sites. This process can be used to silence retroviruses by preventing them from transcribing their genetic material into RNA. In addition, GC-rich regions of DNA can also be targeted for methylation, which can prevent the transcription of viral genes and thus inhibit viral replication.
DNA methylation is a process by which certain genes are silenced or turned off. This process is essential for normal development and functioning of the body, but it can also be used to silence latent viruses. In order to do this, the body needs certain minerals, such as zinc and magnesium, which are found in soil. When our soil is depleted of these minerals, people with methylation defects may be more susceptible to viral infections because their bodies cannot effectively silence the virus. This could lead to an increased risk of inflammatory conditions and cancer in those individuals.
SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein
May Be a Prion
â€œIt means that it could be much more contagious than we thought, and it could be much more difficult to get rid of.â€ She explains that prions are proteins that can self-replicate and spread from one organism to another, making them extremely difficult to eradicate. Prions are also known to cause a wide range of neurological diseases in humans, including Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD).
So, if the mRNA vaccine is producing this abnormal spike protein that doesn’t want to go into the membrane, then it could be a problem.€
The mRNA vaccines are not known to produce prion proteins, and there is no evidence that they will cause any prion-related problems. However, it is possible that the abnormal spike protein produced by the mRNA vaccine could lead to other issues. For example, if the spike protein does not fold correctly or does not interact with other proteins in the cell membrane as expected, it could lead to an immune response or other unintended consequences. It is important to continue researching these potential risks and ensure that any vaccine developed is safe and effective before being released for public use.
It’s a misfolded protein that can cause other proteins to misfold and form these fibrils, which then build up into plaques.
The best way to avoid this problem is to make sure that the mRNA you produce is only able to produce a certain amount of prion protein. This can be done by using a regulatory element, such as an RNA binding protein, that binds to the mRNA and prevents it from producing too much of the prion protein. This way, the concentration of prion proteins in the cytoplasm will remain at a safe level.
No, the spike proteins produced by mRNA vaccines are not able to go into the membrane and cannot become a problematic prion protein. The spike proteins are designed to bind to specific receptors on the surface of cells, which triggers an immune response. This immune response is what helps protect against infection from the virus. Alpha-synuclein is not upregulated by inflammation; it is a normal part of neuronal function and is not affected by mRNA vaccines.
Yes, that is one potential mechanism by which alpha-synuclein can cause Parkinson’s disease. Alpha-synuclein is a protein that is normally found in the brain and other parts of the body. When it misfolds, it can form clumps called Lewy bodies, which are associated with Parkinson’s disease. In this scenario, misfolded alpha-synuclein proteins are drawn into dendritic cells in the germinal centers of the spleen. These cells then package up the misfolded proteins into exosomes and release them into circulation. The exosomes travel along the vagus nerve to the brainstem, where they can cause inflammation and damage to neurons, leading to Parkinson’s disease.
It’s not going to prevent it, but it may accelerate the onset of the disease.
It is possible that the repeated administration of a vaccine could increase the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease, although this has not been definitively proven. Vaccines are designed to stimulate an immune response in order to protect against infection or disease, and it is possible that this stimulation could cause an autoimmune reaction in some individuals which could lead to the development of Parkinson’s. However, there is no evidence to suggest that any particular vaccine increases the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease.
Are Viral Vector Vaccines
Better or Worse?
The vector is then used to deliver the gene of interest, which in this case is the protein. The protein is then expressed in the cells and can be used for research or therapeutic purposes.€
So, you’re introducing a foreign human DNA into your body. That’s why it’s so important to understand the risks associated with these vaccines.
The communication that regulates the Type I interferon response is important for maintaining a healthy immune system. In immunocompromised people, an overactive Type I interferon response can lead to autoimmunity and live infections. This can be especially problematic if the person is already fighting another infection, as it can be difficult to fight multiple infections at once. To prevent this, it is important to ensure that the Type I interferon response is properly regulated and not overactive.
Can COVID Vaccines â€˜Shedâ€™
or Transmit Infection?
This is when the spike protein, which is present in all of the vaccines, is shed from the vaccinated person and enters the body of an unvaccinated person. This could potentially lead to an immune response in the unvaccinated person, leading to a range of symptoms.
At this time, it is unclear how much of a risk this poses and more research needs to be done. In the meantime, it may be wise for those who are not vaccinated to take extra precautions when spending time with people who have been vaccinated. This includes wearing masks and maintaining social distancing as much as possible. Additionally, it may be beneficial for those who are not vaccinated to get tested regularly for COVID-19 if they are exposed to someone who has been vaccinated.
The spike protein of SARS-CoV-2 is a potent metabolic poison that can cause serious damage to the lungs, heart, and brain. It has been shown to interfere with the normal functioning of cells by disrupting their metabolism and causing inflammation. In addition, it can bind to ACE2 receptors on the surface of cells, leading to further disruption of cell function. The spike protein also has the potential to cause long-term damage to organs and tissues due to its ability to remain in circulation for extended periods of time. This could lead to chronic health problems such as heart disease, stroke, and neurological disorders.
This is a remarkable finding that has implications for the understanding of the pathogenesis of SARS-CoV-2.”
Yuichiro Suzuki and his colleagues have provided compelling evidence that the spike protein of SARS-CoV-2 can cause a signaling response in the vasculature, which could have far-reaching implications for our understanding of how this virus causes disease. Their findings suggest that the spike protein may be involved in more than just viral entry into cells, and could be responsible for triggering an immune response or other systemic effects. Further research is needed to fully understand the role of this protein in SARS-CoV-2 infection and its potential contribution to disease severity.
This suggests that the S1 subunit of the virus is capable of inducing changes in pulmonary artery smooth muscle cells, which could lead to the observed morphological changes in severe cases of COVID-19.
Follow-up papers showed that the spike protein S1 subunit suppresses ACE2, causing a condition resembling pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH), a severe lung disease characterized by high blood pressure in the arteries of the lungs and right side of the heart. This can lead to shortness of breath, fatigue, chest pain, and even heart failure if left untreated. PAH has very high mortality rates, with an estimated 5-year survival rate of only 50%.
The authors concluded that the S1 component of the virus could be a potential target for therapeutic intervention.
The authors of the study suggested that the spike protein could potentially cause an autoimmune response in some individuals, leading to long-term health issues. They also noted that further research is needed to understand the potential risks associated with mRNA vaccines. In addition, they recommended that healthcare providers should be aware of the potential for adverse reactions and monitor patients closely after vaccination.
The study showed that the pseudovirus was able to induce an inflammatory response in the lungs and arteries of mice, leading to tissue damage. This suggests that the SARS-CoV-2 S1 protein may be involved in the pathogenesis of COVID-19. The findings of this study provide further evidence for the role of SARS-CoV-2 S1 protein in disease progression and could help inform future treatments for COVID-19.
The researchers found that the pseudovirus particles caused mitochondrial damage and fragmentation in the endothelial cells, leading to a decrease in cell viability. This suggests that SARS-CoV-2 may be able to cause similar damage to human endothelial cells, which could lead to tissue damage and other pathological changes associated with COVID-19. The findings also suggest that ACE2 receptors may play an important role in the pathogenesis of COVID-19.
The findings of this study suggest that the spike protein of SARS-CoV-2 is a major factor in the development of endothelial damage associated with COVID-19. This has important implications for vaccine development, as it suggests that vaccines designed to induce the production of the spike protein could potentially cause similar damage. It is therefore essential that further research be conducted to understand how to safely and effectively induce immunity against SARS-CoV-2 without causing any harm.
Exosomes are small vesicles that are released by cells and contain proteins, lipids, and genetic material. They can be taken up by other cells and can act as a form of communication between them. In this case, the exosomes containing the spike protein from vaccinated individuals are being taken up by unvaccinated individuals, triggering an immune response. This could lead to an autoimmune reaction or other health issues in those who have not been vaccinated.
Which Vaccine Is
She also believes that the mRNA vaccines (Pfizer and Moderna) may be more dangerous for those with autoimmune diseases, as they have been shown to cause an increase in autoantibodies.
I agree with Dr. Seneff that children may be more susceptible to the effects of either type of COVID vaccine, due to their already having received so many different vaccines. I believe that the mRNA vaccines may be particularly harmful in this age group, as they are designed to directly alter the genetic code of cells and could potentially have long-term consequences for a child’s health. Furthermore, there is still much unknown about the safety and efficacy of these vaccines in children, as most clinical trials have been conducted on adults. Therefore, it is important to weigh the risks and benefits carefully before deciding whether or not to vaccinate a child against COVID-19.
So, the mRNA vaccines are dangerous because they can cause an over-activation of the immune system.â€
The mRNA vaccines are not necessarily more dangerous than other types of vaccines for children. While it is true that mRNA vaccines can cause an over-activation of the immune system, this is a risk with any vaccine and is managed through careful monitoring and dosing. The benefits of vaccination far outweigh any potential risks, and all types of vaccines have been proven to be safe and effective in protecting children from serious diseases.
That’s why you don’t do anything in pregnancy. You just let it go and let the body do its thing.
No, you don’t want myelopoiesis. Myelopoiesis is the process of producing mature blood cells from stem cells in the bone marrow. Embryonic development, on the other hand, is the process of developing an embryo from a single cell to a fully formed organism. During embryonic development, genetic disorders such as Down syndrome and Rett syndrome can occur due to mutations or inappropriate DNA methylation. RNA vaccines are not associated with these genetic disorders and are generally considered safe for children.
What Can We Expect
to See More Of?
Additionally, we may see an increase in allergies, asthma, and other respiratory illnesses. Finally, there is a potential for an increase in infertility and birth defects due to the introduction of foreign DNA into the body.
Mikovits believes that many people will die quickly due to the combined effects of the toxins they are exposed to. She cites evidence from HTLV-1 associated myelopathy, which can cause a person to go from being healthy to being in a wheelchair in just six months. She believes that with all the toxins combined, it won’t be a case of “live and suffer forever,” but rather “suffer five years and die.”
Mikovits believes that the COVID-19 vaccine is a dangerous and unnecessary intervention, and that it will only further weaken the immune systems of those who have already been injured by vaccines. She argues that instead of relying on a vaccine, people should focus on strengthening their immune systems through diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes. She also recommends avoiding contact with people who are infected with the virus, as well as taking supplements to boost immunity.
What Are the Solutions?
• Vitamin C, D and zinc
• Omega-3 fatty acids
• Antioxidants such as curcumin and resveratrol
• Herbal remedies such as echinacea, elderberry, and astragalus
• Homeopathic remedies
• Detoxification protocols
• Stress reduction techniques
- Hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin treatments
- Low-dose antiretroviral therapy to reeducate your immune system
- Low-dose interferons such as Paximune, developed by interferon researcher Dr. Joe Cummins, to stimulate your immune system
- Peptide T (an HIV entry inhibitor derived from the HIV envelope protein gp120; it blocks binding and infection of viruses that use the CCR5 receptor to infect cells)
- Cannabis, to strengthen Type I interferon pathways
- Dimethylglycine or betaine (trimethylglycine) to enhance methylation, thereby suppressing latent viruses
- Silymarin or milk thistle to help cleanse your liver
You should also make sure you are getting adequate sleep, managing stress, and exercising regularly. Additionally, you may want to consider supplementing with probiotics and other immune-supporting supplements such as zinc, vitamin C, and elderberry.
Include plenty of healthy fats in your diet, such as coconut oil, olive oil, avocados, nuts and seeds. Eat a variety of colorful vegetables and fruits to get a wide range of antioxidants and phytonutrients. Include some fermented foods like sauerkraut or kimchi for beneficial probiotics.
Make sure to get enough protein from sources like grass-fed beef, wild-caught fish, organic eggs and legumes. Avoid all processed meats and dairy products that are not organic or grass-fed.
Drink plenty of filtered water throughout the day to stay hydrated and flush out toxins. You can also add lemon juice or apple cider vinegar to your water for additional detoxification benefits.
Additionally, supplementing with N-acetylcysteine (NAC) and curcumin can help support autophagy. Finally, Seneff recommends avoiding processed foods, sugar, and refined carbohydrates to reduce inflammation and oxidative stress.
and don’t use any kind of chemical or synthetic products on your skin.
Yes, if the entire world never again took another shot, even the most susceptible populations, they could stay well. Vaccines are a major source of immune activation and can cause long-term damage to the immune system. By avoiding vaccines, people can reduce their risk of developing chronic illnesses and autoimmune diseases. Additionally, it is important to focus on strengthening the immune system through healthy lifestyle habits such as eating a nutritious diet, getting adequate sleep, exercising regularly, and managing stress levels.
The best way to prevent the spread of COVID-19 is to practice social distancing, wear a face covering when in public, wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, avoid touching your face, cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze, clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily, and stay home if you are feeling sick.
Dr.Judy Mikovits & Stephanie Seneff with Dr. Mercola, 29.05.2021 – Kernaussagen