C-virus V*ccine – Are You Informed?

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I do not typically write about v*ccines since it is such a polarizing topic and it is one of the most censored topics on the internet, but I feel this information on the newest v*ccine is critical for you to make an informed decision. V*ccines are a personal choice that each person should make after analyzing ALL the formation available and considering your personal health situation. Unfortunately, not all information is readily available unless you know where to look. Many links below to websites you should consider following for additional information going forward.

UPDATES: Since originally posting this article, more information has come to light and some experts are stating that this is not a v*ccine after all, but rather gene therapy. Click here to learn more. As of June 2021 all versions of the c-virus v*ccine have been approved only for “emergency use” in the US and have yet to be fully tested. As of late May, here is a summary of typical adverse reactions to the shots and related deaths in 12-17 year olds and in general. Plus a more current article with more details. We are also hearing of many women, both v*ccinated and unv*ccinated, having menstrual problems as well as pregnancy and fertility issues, some of which is explained here and here. If you already had the c-virus, read this article before considering the shot.

July 2021 UPDATES: A recent and comprehensive interview about the c-virus and the related shot from a MD that has treated both can be found here. Listen to this 7 minute talk by Dr. Tess Lawrie to learn more about Iv*rmectin specifically, so you can be better prepared going forward. Plus latest injury and death reports from CDC VAERS data. (Keep in mind that other v*ccines have been pulled off the market after less than 100 deaths.)

The concept of v*ccines is a noble one that can sometimes be very effective. In fact, my dad often spoke highly of a v*ccine used on their cow farm when he was growing up that saved most of the animals from an illness spreading through the country. Some human v*ccines may have saved lives as well.

However, today when there are multi-million-dollar pharmaceutical companies and many political agendas involved, there is sometimes a wide gap between the original v*ccine concept (of using the original infectious agent) and the final product typically used today (a shot with many additives and toxins).

Each v*ccine comes with a potential risk and that risk is different for each person. There are many different experiences. Some have no noticeable negative side effects from a v*ccine. On the other end of the spectrum, there are those whose health is drastically compromised and sometimes permanently damaged after a v*ccine. Many others fall in between these two extremes.

The bottom line, for me at least, is that there should be freedom of choice. And, this choice should be based on knowing all the facts and applying that information to your own health history and possible risks.

Because the new c-virus v*ccine is so different from previous ones (new technology, fast-tracked, etc.), I spent time delving into the details. I would like to share this information with you, so you can make your own decision.

In this article, I have compiled a list of things to think about with links to a variety of resources and videos so you can continue your research. I have also provided some additional health tips, should you decide to get the v*ccine.

Understanding Potential Risks

First, you may want to watch this video interviewing Professor Shane Crotty who answers a series of c-virus v*ccine questions. It will give you some background on this new type of v*ccine so that the information below has some perspective.

I found several of the answers in the video to be vague and needing additional clarification. Below are additional details so that you that can make a more informed decision for yourself and your family.

  • Several of the c-virus v*ccines, including the first two approved for use in the US, are using newer messenger RNA (mRNA) technology that is fairly new to the v*ccine industry. This technology requires fewer FDA approvals throughout the development, allowing faster turnaround. (Some manufacturers are using other technology such as transient DNA, which can pose different problems.) An mRNA v*ccine does not include the viral protein itself, like most v*ccines in use today. Instead, it puts the manufactured RNA into your body so that your body will create its own SARS-CoV-2 (viral) “spike” protein through a process called transfection. We are told that the body automatically eliminates this mRNA after a certain period of time, but it really has not been tested for its long term affects. This fast-tracked v*ccine has been used in human subjects for less than a year. (See more here.) Some believe that this man-manipulated (or synthetic) RNA can affect your own genome over time. (Similar to the newer GMO RNA interference [RNi] technology currently rolling out in our agriculture industry with damaging consequences as explained here.)
  • The mRNA information in the v*ccine is delivered directly to your cells using nanotechnology, so it gets delivered deep into the body at the cellular level fairly quickly. Using liposomal or polymeric nanoparticles allows the mRNA to bypass the immune system. Liposomal delivery is used in natural supplements as well, which is why you need to make sure that liposomal supplements are good quality. The v*ccine, however, is delivering manipulated RNA (not from nature) and may also include immune-stimulating boosters. We do not know the long-term implications. This is also different from how a typical viral infection enters the body.
  • Test subjects during the clinical trials were purposely selected to NOT have major health issues such as autoimmune diseases, severe allergies, etc. Therefore, we really do not know how the v*ccine will affect immunocompromised people. Currently, there are over 24 million Americans who suffer from one or more autoimmune conditions. (There are over 80 different autoimmune diseases.) Unfortunately, you may not know if you are immunocompromised. Some of us are walking around with chronic low-grade infections that go unnoticed (such as Lyme, EBV, tooth infection, etc.) or we may have an accumulation of toxins in the body (like heavy metals or mold) that we are not aware of until there is a triggering event, like a v*ccine. (The virus itself can also be a trigger, which I believe may explain some of the “long c-virus” cases.)
  • You should also consider your own personal or family history of previous v*ccine reactions. Reactions to other v*ccines can be a warning sign to be cautious. The CDC has a list of medical conditions that could increase your risk of severe illness from the c-virus. You may want to consider this list as well when deciding on the v*ccine.
  • The v*ccines have yet to be tested on children who are under 16 years of age or women who are pregnant or breast feeding, so we really do not know how the v*ccine affects these groups, especially long term since any testing that will be done will have been fast tracked for this emergency use, “experimental” v*ccine. Dr. Ben Lynch gives a somewhat emotional explanation here (including possible fertility issues) and why enhancing your immune system while being pregnant, which is what the v*ccine will do, is not a good thing. He also provides additional facts in this presentation using official information directly from a UK document for healthcare professionals. (Also see this official UK handout.)
  • Another group of people to use caution is the elderly population. You would think this is the first group of people that should receive the v*ccine. However, there is a different set of issues to consider, which includes a reduced ability of the immune system in older adults to respond to pathogens. Donna Gates, founder of Body Ecology, gives a good explanation of this issue in her recent article here (along with some additional ways to build your immune system). Additional information about the possibility of “pathogenic priming” in older adults can be found here. (Note the there has been adoption of new terminology. Instead of the typical v*ccine “side effects” many sources are now using the verbiage “enhance immune response.”)
  • There are multiple manufacturers and versions of the v*ccine under development. Each version is slightly different and could have additives/preservatives/adjuvants that you may be allergic to. In the UK, where the v*ccine was first approved and distributed to healthcare workers, there were reports of allergic reactions. Similar reports in the US directly related to the additive polyethylene glycol (PEG) is explained here. Because of the liposomal delivery (see above), these toxins can get delivered deep into the body at the cellular level. The CDC website also now includes information on being prepared should an severe allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) occur.
  • If you already had the c-virus, your exposure should have prompted your body to have an immune response and naturally create antibodies (just like getting the chicken pox naturally gives you long-term immunity). However, the v*ccine is still being recommended for those who have had it. The premise, as explained in the first video above, is that it is not known how long your natural immunity will last. But, this is such a new v*ccine and one using newer technology, how do they know how long its immunity will last? And, if you already have the antibodies, can forcing your body to make the virus protein again cause an unknown problem now or in the future? No one has these answers yet.
  • Some viral v*ccines can cause “viral shedding,” which can possibly infect those around you after you have been v*ccinated. This most commonly occurs in shots that contain the weakened (attenuated) version of a live virus as explained here. There is at least one attenuated c-virus v*ccine under development but not yet approved as of this writing. My current concern is that the mRNA v*ccine forces your body to create the c-virus virus protein, which I would think could make you infectious to other people. This article actually discusses this possibility.

I also wanted to share this comprehensive article that delves deeper into the v*ccine study results. One main point to consider is that the v*ccine manufacturers have not been able to unequivocally show that the v*ccine reduces the transmission of the virus. They have only been able to demonstrate a reduction in symptoms should you get exposed. (I also like this article with another personal perspective.) There is also a long list of possibilities, including long-term effects, that have not been tested as explained in this article/video.

Preparation Before Getting the Shot

If you do decide to get the v*ccine (or if you are required to as a first responder or health care worker), below are a few additional tips.

  • Make sure you are in good health before getting the shot. If you are sick, “under the weather,” or even have the sniffles, your immune system is already working overtime. You want your immune system to deal with the v*ccine, not the v*ccine to compromise your health further.
  • Spend time giving your immune system extra support before getting the shot. You can review the many ways to build your immune system here and here. Also be sure your Vitamin D levels are optimized – there are many studies, such as this one, now showing the beneficial affects as it relates to the c-virus. (Be sure to take the natural version Vitamin D3 as can be found here under favorites.) The Banerji homeopathic protocol for prophylactic use for viruses is Thuja 30, which can also be taken ahead of time to prepare your immune system as I explain here.
  • When you get the v*ccine, ask your doctor for the insert that comes with the v*ccine, since each version of the shot will be slightly different. The insert should include the manufacturer name, the type of v*ccine, a full ingredient list, and a list of possible side effects. There should also be a lot number. This article, for example, lists the ingredients for several of the v*ccines. Should you have a reaction, you will have a record of what may potentially be causing the problem. It could be one of the additives.
  • The CDC website also includes a list of possible side effects here. If you have a bad reaction, be sure to speak to your healthcare provider to determine if a second dose is recommended. (You should also know that the v*ccine manufacturers have been given federal protection and cannot be held liable for v*ccine injury or death, either as an individual or should there be more wide-spread issues.)
  • After a v*ccine, many naturally-minded practitioners recommend taking high doses of vitamin C to help the body eliminate any of the toxic waste either from the v*ccine itself or from your body dealing with the v*ccine. Some recommend what is known as a “Vitamin C flush,” which may be a little excessive for some people. (Note that many forms of Vitamin C are made from GMO corn so be sure to use a quality product like one found here under favorites or a whole food version.)
  • I would also take some binders, such as chlorella, charcoal, or humic acid, for at least a week after the shot to help to remove any toxic waste created by the v*ccine. Long-term, you want to be sure you include some detox protocols to further support the body’s immune system – things like Epsom salt baths, saunas, coffee enemas, ionic foot baths, liver flush, etc. Let me know if you need help with this.
  • Be diligent about reducing your toxic load – eat clean, drink purified water, use air purifiers when possible, etc. Stephanie Seneff has found an interesting link between adverse reactions to the c-virus v*ccines and glyphosate, which is used heavily on GMO crops.

Most importantly, if you do get the v*ccine, keep a positive attitude. Your thoughts and emotions are a big part of keeping your body strong and making it more resilient to any of the possible negative side effects. I have already spoken to several people who have been required to get the v*ccine because of where they work. Now you have some tools to help you though it.

Stay Well!

PS – If you would like to delve deeper into different c-virus-related studies and statistics not reported through the typical news channels, check out the following videos and articles. It may give you better peace of mind.

PPS – For additional information on vaccine pros and cons, these are good resources:

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