The Dark Side of Vaccines?

Are we, through our current use of vaccines during a pandemic, rapidly cultivating more infectious covid variants while preventing our immune system from being able to respond to them?

In this article I present some of my current thoughts and questions regarding the covid-19 situation and the mass vaccine campaigns.  Many of the considerations here were sparked by Geert Vanden Bossche, a researcher working with vaccines.

The first part of the article will discuss how a virulent virus may be created and compare that process to what we are currently doing with our mass vaccination campaigns.

The second part will focus on how our immune system works and how the present vaccines may be affecting it.

Then, having gone through the first two parts, I will look at some questions I have heard come up.

And in the end we will talk about what can be done and how we can boost our immune system naturally.

How to create an infectious virus

In laboratories gain of function research is performed to create organisms with particular types of functions or that tolerate or thrive in particular types of environments.

Let us suppose that a research team for some reason decides they wish to create a virus that is capable of operating at low temperatures.   How would they go about it?

  1. It would be important to have many cultures where the virus has a chance to replicate itself so that it may mutate.
  2. Then, in order to allow for and find low temperature resistant mutations, one would expose the cultures to the stress of low temperature.

The mutations that tolerate low temperatures would have a competitive advantage over the other types of variations in the low temperature environment.  By making sure that the new mutation is passed from cell culture to cell culture we would allow for it to adapt and work well with those types of cells.

What are we currently creating on a massive scale?

Right now, during a pandemic, we have millions of people who are “cultivating” the virus, providing it with the opportunity to replicate.  Thus the first step to increase the likelihood of creating new mutations is present.

At this time we are massively introducing mRNA (messenger ribonucleic acid) vaccines.  They seem like a good idea because you need less of them and so it might be easier to mass produce and deploy on a global scale.  These vaccines focus on the spike protein part of the genetic code, the RNA (ribonucleic acid), of the original coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2 (severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2).

The spike protein part is that which affects how well the virus will be able to infect cells.  In particular, the protein interacts with human ACE-2 (angiotensin converting enzyme 2).  Binding to ACE-2 allows the virus to enter the cells through the ACE-2 receptors on cells like the epithelial cells of our respiratory system.  The two parts of the spike protein play a role in the receptor recognition and fusion with the host cell.

Thus the mRNA vaccines will teach our cells to create specific antibodies that are modelled on the original version of the spike protein of the original virus.  The idea is that when our body encounters this original version it will quickly mount an attack by mass-producing these types of antibodies and they will in turn neutralise the virus.

By massively deploying these vaccines we will be putting on a particular type of immune pressure, a stress, on the virus.  And the particular pressure will be around its infectivity.

In the example of the researchers looking for a virus that can withstand the cold they applied the stress, pressure, of cool temperatures.

In the modern world example we are applying a pressure on the infectivity.  Thus we can expect to expedite the creation and establishment of more infectious versions of covid.

To better understand exactly how we are actually allowing for a good breeding and learning ground for the more infectious versions of the virus we will need to look at how our immune system works.

But before we look at that, let us point out that the covid-19 virus is a one strand, RNA-virus, and therefore mutates very easily.  Thus the appearance of all sorts of mutations is expected.  To establish a particular mutation as a dominant one requires a bit more.  It needs to have a competitive advantage and time and possibility to learn to adapt and spread.

How does our immune system work?

Let us take the following perspective:  Our body has an innate immune system and an adaptive one.  

The adaptive, or acquired, or specific immune system is where we can produce specific antibodies that bind to very specific invaders and neutralise them.  Here we have some T-cells, the B2-cells, and the specific antibodies they are creating.  This is what the current vaccines are focusing on teaching our bodies how to do.  Our bodies learn to produce specific antibodies to, say, the original version of the covid-19 virus.

The innate system, on the other hand, contains cells that attack and neutralise invaders and non-specific antibodies.  These are antibodies (secreted by B1-cells) that have the ability to neutralise large varieties of invaders, not just one specific type of invader.

The non-specific antibodies do not bind as strongly to the invaders (multipolar binding) as the specific antibodies.   Thus if a specific antibody is binding to an invader, the non-specific antibody cannot bind to it.  This will be an important fact to keep in mind as we move on in the article.

The innate immune system can also be programmed, trained, and learn how to deal with particular types of invaders but it is generally not considered to have memory in the same sense that the acquired immune system does.

The innate immune system is the first line of defence and works with the specific immune system.  It is designed to signal to it and activate it. 

When infected with covid a first time

When a person becomes exposed to covid, and it comes into the body, usually the innate immune system will become activated.  

When a person has a strong innate immune system they might not even notice the invasion and might not develop symptoms.   The viral load in the body is not particularly high.   If all is taken care of quickly, the specific immune system might not be involved and might not create specific anti-bodies.

If the body is not able to get rid of the virus as quickly, symptoms may develop and the body may develop more ways in which to fight the disease.  The specific immune system may become activated and specific antibodies may be formed.

Usually the body will have a memory of the disease.  In terms of covid it has been measured that we develop specific antibodies, CD4+ T-cells, CD8+ T-cells, and B-cells like IgA, IgG, and IgM.  95% of infected persons seem to retain these in their blood for at least 6 months.  

The number of antibodies in our blood tends to decrease over time, but this does not mean that the memory of disease is gone.  If exposed to the same type of virus, the body will quickly mount a specific defence.

We do not know exactly how learning works on the level of the innate system.  But we know that the two immune systems (innate and acquired) work together.

Now the body has learned on different levels how to handle the disease and can deploy both specific and non-specific defence strategies that work particularly well for this type of a disease.

When infected with a second type of covid variant

If a person who has already gone through the original covid disease becomes exposed to a mutated version of it, it might turn out that their original, specific antibodies do not work well for it.  

If the specific antibodies bind to the virus but do not neutralise them, then this creates a shield for the virus from our non-specific immune system antibodies.  This partially provides a competitive edge for the virus.  And it makes it more likely to create and/or grow a new mutation.

However, other parts of the immune system will already have learned how to handle this general type of viruses and so depending on the virus and the current state of the immune system, it may be easier to handle than it was the first time around.  This is particularly so for people with a strong immune system.  Usually these are the younger people.

When vaccinated against covid

When we are vaccinated with an mRNA vaccine we develop a specific immune response where our bodies learn how to produce specific antibodies to the a genetically modified version of the spike protein in the covid-19 virus.

Note that other parts of our immune system do not get any training.

If exposed to the original covid virus the body will quickly produce the specific antibodies and neutralise the virus.

This is the point of the vaccine.  And in this part of the article we assume that it works well and we are not considering possible short term or long term side-effects, the potential of future autoimmunity issues etc.  We will write about that below.

When vaccinated and exposed to a new variant of covid

When a vaccinated person is exposed to a mutated version of covid the response will depend on the type of mutation.  If there was a mutation in the spike protein, then the original types of specific antibodies our body will make in response to it, may not be able to neutralise the virus.

However, our antibodies, which are triggered by the mutated virus and created based on the mRNA pre-vaccine,  will still bind to the new mutated version.   Thus, they will inhibit our innate, non-specific antibodies, preventing them from attaching to the virus.   The virus will in a sense be shielded from our immune system.  Our first line of defence will have been taken out and there may be a delay in the activation of the specific immune system, which usually needs days or weeks to develop.

This type of response is called Antibody Dependent Enhancement (ADE).  It has been well studied in dengue where the presence of multiple strains of dengue make consecutive infections with other strains more difficult to deal with.  

In the case of an mRNA-type of vaccine, other parts of our immune system have not yet learned how to deal with these types of viruses.  This will provide a time-window and an opportunity for the virus to replicate and it may create a high viral load.  

Hopefully, if the innate immune system of the person is good, it will still be able to neutralise the virus and the specific system will learn to create specific strategies for dealing with this mutated form of virus.  However, to build a good, full specific response takes almost a month.  

So, compared to people with a similarly strong immune system the person who has been vaccinated is in a worse position than a person who has not been vaccinated.    This is for two reasons.  One, because a person who has already had another version of the disease has already developed other strategies that work, even if the specific immune system is not efficient.   Two, because a person who has never had covid will not have any erroneous system blocking their immune system from doing its job.

Who might be best off facing a mutated covid virus?

Given three people with strong and similar immune systems it is likely that a person who has never been exposed to covid or a person who has previously had an earlier version of covid will do best to fend it off.  

The person worst off will be the one who was vaccinated against the original covid, as their innate immune system will be prevented from doing its work efficiently and particular skills for dealing with it will not have been developed.

But if you have a person who perhaps is elderly and possibly has a very weak immune system, and is mostly surrounded by the original covid virus, then the best option for them might be to take the vaccine.

The answer is not clear cut.

Many aspects have to be taken into consideration in each case before one decides if a vaccine is the best option or not.

Is it a fact or a hypothetical idea that our innate immune system may be blocked by the vaccine?

This will, of course, depend on the mutated version of the covid virus that attacks us.  But the idea that the specific, yet inefficient antibodies will bind to the new version of the virus but not neutralise is not new and known.  As previously mentioned this response is called Antibody Dependent Enhancement (ADE)

We know that some flu vaccines are inefficient at neutralising covid yet bind to it and make it more difficult for the immune system to eliminate it.

This may even be why people who got the flu shot prior to the covid outbreak, such as parts of the older population in Italy, may have increased their susceptibility to covid.  There is an article relating the H1N1 flue vaccine to a general increase to coronavirus susceptibility which I will try to find again.  Meanwhile you can read this one.

How could the mRNA vaccine be different from inactivated virus vaccines?

The mRNA injections presently appear to target specific details of the virus, namely the spike protein in the genetic sequence of the virus.  

This will create a very specific immune pressure on the replicating virus.  If the virus figures out how to mutate precisely in this area, it will have a competitive advantage.   This is the area that is related to how infectious a virus is and how well it ends up binding to the ACE-2 receptors in our epithelial respiratory pathways (for instance).

Thus, this is a way of laser focusing in on the creation of more infectious variations of covid.

When an inactivated virus is used, the body may develop more ways in which to defend itself from that type of virus.  And so, if a mutated virus comes in where a part of the immune systems defense is not efficient perhaps another part might be able to mount a defence.  

What happens if new vaccines targeting new variations of covid are created?

The argument in society goes that in the future we will have new vaccines for the new, mutated, strains of the covid virus.  This way we will be protected against them as well.

Is there a problem with that argument?

A new, very similar type of vaccine is likely to activate the memory of the first vaccine.  This would generate a large scale production of antibodies that are not effective.

And if the virus has mutated sufficiently, the original version vaccine antibodies will still bind to the new virus but will not neutralise it.  This will created a specific immune pressure on the virus so that it may learn to survive in such an environment.   It may also block the innate immune system from recognising the virus and eliminating it.  So, we will be likely to get a higher viral load and get more severe symptoms.

And, even if the second vaccine, focusing on some new covid virus variation, would indeed create proper antibodies in those already vaccinated with the first one, we will still have even newer versions or viruses evolving quickly.  And the antibodies would cripple our innate immune system by not allowing the non-specific antibodies to attach and do their job.

Why may blood types matter?

People with blood type 0 have antibodies against blood type A, B, and AB.  And people with Rh- may have antibodies against the Rh factor.  

(Nerd aside:  We have antibodies against some of the other blood groups because we were exposed to bacteria that are similar and continue to be.  Rh- people do not automatically have Rh+antibodies, unless they have been exposed to the Rh factor, which might happen while giving birth, for some.)

This means that if a person with, say blood type 0, comes in contact with a virus that is enveloped in a membrane that comes from groups A, B, or AB, they will have a natural protection against it.  Their body will recognise the membrane as foreign and attack it.  

If, on the other hand, a person with, say, blood type A comes in contact with a virus from another person with blood group A, or from blood group 0, their immune system will not automatically identify the membrane as foreign.

This effect is likely to diminish in older people, whose immune systems are weaker.  And, in fact, this is what we see in studies of populations over 70 years old.

In summary

Thus, an argument can be made that by mass vaccinating during a pandemic, when various mutated strains of the coronavirus affecting humans already exist, we are creating laser focused gain of function research aimed at creating more infectious versions of the disease.

As part of this we are crippling our immune systems by preventing a first line of defence against the new variations of the virus, thus providing a better breeding ground for the new versions to become strong and adapted.

If this argument holds - What should we expect to see?

We should expect an elevated rate of new more infectious covid variants being created and dominating. 

As younger and younger people get vaccinated we should expect to see younger people starting to come down with more severe symptoms and potentially even dying.

If the types of arguments outlined here will not be widely spread, discussed, and understood we will likely see more and more variations of covid vaccines be rolled out, unless, at a particularly early point we will run into a more deadly variation that will start killing off highly significant portions of the populations, especially the previously vaccinated parts of the population, whose innate immune system will not be able to quickly deal with them.

These are just some of my present concerns around the mass vaccination campaigns.  

What can we do?

First and foremost it may be wise to consider the types of arguments presented here to further discuss them openly and then make the most informed choices.

And if these arguments prove valid, a key for individuals may be to focus on creating and maintaining as strong an immune system as possible.  

This involves activities like:

  • removing chronic stress and fear, 
  • eating healthy whole foods that are toxin free, 
  • breathing fresh air, 
  • exercising, 
  • sleeping well.

You may also wish to improve your metabolic flexibility by fasting (fasting 16 hours a day, or 24-36h once a week or month, doing a 3-4 day fast now and then, etc).

Supplements to consider

If we are low on certain substances our immune system may be compromised.  Of particular importance are:

  • Vitamin D
  • Magnesium
  • Zinc
  • Selenium
  • Quercetin
  • Black Seeds / Black Cumin (Nigella Sativa)

What to reduce or avoid

Avoid pro-inflammatory foods. 

All cooked food is partially pro-inflammatory and should therefore be taken with fresh, uncooked food (like salads).  Uncooked foods actually contain protective substances.  The HEATOX studies explain this if you wish to go deeper.

Reduce linoleic acid, omega 6, to less than 10 g per day (perhaps even less than 5 g/day – average consumption today is 30 g/day) as it is highly pro-inflammatory.  It leads to the creation of immune system damaging oxy-lipids.  It has also been found to be high in severe covid patients.

To reduce your omega 6 consumption avoid most vegetable oils.  Take a look at the picture below, paying attention to the blue portions.  A possible exception may be moderate use of olive oil, which has high amounts of monounsaturated fats, which affect our epigenetics, hindering inflammation and ageing.  Also, it may be good to include some omega 3 oil, like flaxseed oil.

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Does Diet Play a Role in COVID-19?

Interestingly enough, a study recently came out looking at 2884 highly covid exposed professionals across six different countries (Spain, Italy, UK, France, Germany, USA) and looked at covid severity and diet, adjusting for confounding factors.

It shows that the plant-based eaters had a 73% lower chance of getting moderate to severe Covid when compared to a regular diet with meat.  Those who ate fish but no other meat seemed to have a somewhat lower risk than the baseline but higher than the plant-based eaters.  Also, people on a low carb diet were looked at.  This often involves eating even more meat and fat than the baseline, but it was not specified.  Their risk of having moderate to severe Covid was significantly higher than the baseline.

And so, perhaps a plant-based diet may be an interesting prevention plan, so that if one does get ill ones chances of getting a moderate to severe case will be lowered.

What are some natural treatments of Covid?

Non-natural treatments involve anti-viral drugs if caught at an early stage (amatadine, invermectin, hydroxyquloroquine etc), anti-inflammatory drugs, blood thinning drugs, and possible antibiotics due to secondary bacterial infections.  A health practitioner will be best suited to assist you with these.

If you are looking for additional natural treatments that may assist you in the recovery here are some of the more interesting and promising I have found:

Hydrogen peroxide nebulizers

This method is supported by Dr Brownstein and Dr Mercola.  You can listen to a discussion between them about this here.

One would put 1/2 a teaspoon of a 0.1% hydrogen peroxide solution in saline into the nebulizer to nebulize.

You may want to start nebulizing every hours and then every 4-6 hours, once you start feeling better.

To make the solution in a somewhat larger quantity, so that you can use it for a number of sessions, take 1/4 teaspoon of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide and 7 and 1/4 teaspoon of saline (9gr of salt per liter of pure water).  Store it in a glass jar or bottle in the fridge.

Hum to Produce Nitric Oxide

When you eat dark leafy veggies like kale or red beats you make sure your body has nitrates, so that it can make the gas NO.  Then, you hum to produce it.

This gas kills microbes and it is released into your airways when you hum.

It is a tried treatment for chronic sinusitis is to hum for an hour a day.

At present clinical tests are being done on covid when it comes to treatment and prevention.  

If you think you may have been exposed to the covid virus you can spend some time humming afterwards.  

If you have come down with it you might want to spend more time humming.

Here is a video about NO and covid:

Increase your NAD-levels

You may wish to learn how you can increase your NAD-levels.  Here is a video where I talk about it:

Here is a an article I wrote about what NAD is and how to boost it. 

This can be done through high intensity exercise, fasting, heat- and cold-exposure, as well as supplements.

Heat exposure is particularly interesting as it gives rise to heat shock proteins, which inhibit viral replication.  Using a sauna for 20-25 min, a few times a week may be quite beneficial as a preventive covid measure.  A sauna is interesting as you will also be breathing in the heat into your otherwise cooler airways and activating heat shock protein there.

After reading the article on NAD the picture below should make more sense to you.

In light of Covid 19 it seems that NAD-boosters, like NMN or NR may be useful in treatments.  Here is a study of critically ill covid-patients treated with an NMN-cocktail containing substances like NMN, zinc, and trimethylglycine.  And here is another article stating that NAD-boosters may be particularly helpful for older people in terms of improving their immune system if faced with covid.

Potential supplements for treatment

Zinc:  If taken on the onset of symptoms, zinc may be quite efficient.  18 mg per dose and up to 75 mg per day is given as part of a treatment.  So, around 18 mg every 6 hours.

Melatonin:  Melatonin is a superantioxidant that crosses the blood-brain barrier.  It is also an Nfr2-activator, which boosts our antioxidant defences.  It is being studied in covid treatment. One covid case study that saw positive results gave patients between 36-72 mg of melatonin per day, divided up into four doses. 

This is not something that would be recommended as a prevention.  As a prevention it would be advisable to naturally boost your melatonin levels, which is a part of making sure you sleep well.

NAD-booster:  Based on this study, it may be interesting to include some NAD-boosters like NMN or NR with trimethylglycine.

Quercetin:  A recent study shows that 600mg of quercetin, orally taken early on in the covid treatment is helpful in clearing covid. 

Quercetin is antiviral, antithrombotic, and antiinflammatory.  It has also been shown to bind to the spike protein and interefere with binding to the ACE2-receptor, but it is thought that the best way of administering it for that purpose may be nasally (76 microgram quercetin per dose), so that it is not broken down by the digestive system.

Black Seeds:  Studies show that Black Seeds (Black Cumin, Nigella sativa) are quite helpful for covid.  The sooner they are used the better.  They even seem to be better than drugs like hydroxychloroquin or remdesivir.  In one study one used 80mg/kg/day of crushed black seeds with 1g/kg/day of honey.  So, for someone who weighs 60 kg that is 80×60=560mg or Black Seeds per day.  

Black Seeds contain covid fighting substances like quercetin, zinc, vitamin C and thymoquinone.  They can also be used as a prophylaxis.  They are also nootropic and used for many different conditions in traditional native medicine.

Update: Which treatments work?

Based on studies available in February 2022 you can see the most effective treatments.

Note Remdesevir, which has been the only allowed treatment in several countries.  It is deadly and inefficient for covid.

See how Nigella Sativa, black seeds, which we wrote about above have 79% improvement.

This is taken from the Grand Jury Trial, specifically from day 3:


It has now been seven months since I wrote the above part of the article and much has happened.  There is an interesting perspective on Covid that I wish to share with you.  It is from Dr Shankara Chetty, a general physician in South Africa.

Successful Treatment Protocol

In the video interview below you may listen to Dr Shankara Chetty explain in his own words about his treatment protocol.

He has successfully treated about 8000 covid patients and none of them have had to be hospitalised or have died.  Below I will summarise some of the key points. 

Dr Chetty has found that covid has either one or two phases. 

The first phase is flu-like and most patients recover within days. 

The second phase always starts exactly on day eight, with day one being the first day of the onset of the flu-like symptoms.  Dr Chetty sees the second phase as an allergic reaction.  The symptoms usually involve being out of breath.  They may be slight, or increase rapidly.  This is the phase that has led to hospitalisations, complications, long-covid, or death. 

However, if one goes in with steroids and anti-histamines and some anti-coagulants at this time, proportional to the strength of the allergic reaction, one can quickly control the symptoms and they go away.

Is the spike protein the problem?

Dr Chetty believes that as the body is fighting the infection there are some free flowing remnants of the virus, such as the spike protein.  And he believes that some people tend to develop an allergic reaction to them, and this is what may in turn lead to complications, severe complications, and in a few cases even death.

If this is the case, then the virus itself is not very harmful, instead it is the spike protein that is the major cause of the complications and death, whenever a severe enough allergic reaction is mounted by the body.

If this is the case, then the idea of injecting a technology that makes our body produce spike protein may be more dangerous than the virus

Perhaps this could help, at least in part, explain the exceedingly large numbers of side-effects, post injection, along with the deaths.  It might also help to understand what funeral directors are reporting, in terms of deaths during the pandemic as compared to the time the vaccines were introduced.  And we currently have important physicians, such as Vladimir Zelenko who treats heads of state, warning us against the injections and specifically against the idea of producing pathogens like the spike protein in our bodies.

Then, there are those who are worried that there may be more than just spike protein that may be harmful to us.  Many physicians are looking at this new experimental technology through microscopes and finding things that they are not able to identify in it.

Why the Injections Create More Harm than Good

The Canadian Covid Care Alliance has created a video and a pdf explaining how even in the Pfizer injection studies we can see that they are doing more harm than good.

Related Updates

Part of the Genetic Code of Covid is Patented by Moderna

The never ending article continues as I become aware of new updates…

Just recently, a study looking at the genetics and mutations of the SARS-CoV-2 virus came out.  It tells us that there is a 19 nucleotide long sequence of the genetic code in the virus, in the spike protein of the virus, called the furin cleavage site, that has never been seen in the supposed pre-genitors of the virus.  This particular part is what makes if highly adapted to humans and what brings about covid’s toxicity. 

When doing a search for this sequence, it turns out that there is a 100% match.  This sequence was patented in 2016, by Moderna.

The authors of the article find this “highly unusual”.

At present, the popular injections made by Moderna instruct the human body to mass-produce the spike protein (and that particular sequence).

An image showing where the 19 nucleotides are found in the genome of the virus.  This is part of “Figure 1” from “MSH3 Homology and Potential Recomination Link to SARS-CoV-2 Furin Cleavage Site”.

The “MSH3” refers to the over-expression of a protein that, when over-expressed, leads to the degradation of the DNA.

You can read about this here.

The RNA from Injections Becomes Part of Human DNA

In addition, just last week (end of February 2022), another study came out showing that RNA from the mRNA injections ends up in human DNA, in human liver cells, just six hours after exposure.  Human liver cells that have taken up the RNA into their DNA then stimulate more proteins (LINE-1), which enhance the ability of the cells to take up more RNA into the DNA. 

This seems to be the first study showing that the RNA is taken up into the human DNA.  In the case of the study, they only looked at liver cells, so one cannot say what happens in other parts of the body.  Also, we do not know what the consequences are, just that it happens.

Photo by ANIRUDH on Unsplash

Why mRNA Injections May Be Problematic

Stephanie Seneff and Greg Nigh have been looking into the mRNA injections and they have written about them.  The following are some of the findings.

To go deeper, do read their latest paper Worse Than the Disease? Unintended Consequences of the mRNA Vaccines Against COVID-19”.

Spike protein has, by a number of physicians and scientists (Suzuki1, Suzuki2 ), been identified as a pathogen, in fact the pathogen that leads to the complications related to COVID-19.  But apart from that, there are other concerns.

A genetically modified version of the spike protein

The mRNA in the popular injections includes instructions for the creation of a genetically modified version of the spike protein.  It appears to be created this way so that it can quickly go to the spleen and massively produce a version of the spike protein that (due to the added prolines to the S2 subunit) binds to the ACE-2 receptors of cells and stays on them. 

Normally, the spike protein would bind to the receptor and directly enter the cell.  The genetically modified version, however, stays on the surface of the cell, exposed, so that it becomes easier to produce anti-bodies (which is the purported goal of the mRNA injection).

Why could this be problematic?  When we disable ACE-2 receptors it leads to problems.  In the heart it leads to heart failure.  In the lungs it leads to pulmonary hypertension.  In the brain it leads to stroke.

Another difference in the genetically modified version  is the addition of extra C’s (cytosine) and G’s (guanine) to the genetic code.  This makes the production of spike protein more efficient.  So, more spike protein is produced than would be by the virus.  How much more?  A thousandfold more spike protein than from the virus.

The CG rich code also affects the methylation patterns and assists in activating latent viruses in the body.

A surge in the activation of latent viruses, such as Herpes Zoster (cold sores, or possibly in the brain in older people) has been observed.  Shingles (Varicella Zoster) may also be activates. 

Facial Palsy (Bell’s Palsy) has surged.  This can be seen as an increased future risk of Parkinson’s Disease.

When latent viruses wake up, you turn on reversetranscriptase and can put the RNA into your DNA.  That this in fact is the case in human cells, we see from studies in Sweden.   How the mechanism works is described by Dr. Seneff

A Prion Connection?

You may recall “Madcow Disease”, or its human form, Creutzfeldt-Jakob’s Disease.  This is a disease that is caused by prions. 

However researchers suspect that several neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer´s, ALS, and Parkinson´s are related to prions.

Prions do not have to contain RNA or DNA.  They are just proteins, but they become problematic when their concentrations are too high in the cells.  Prion proteins can become miss-folded in the cell and lead to a number of diseases.  They become crystal-like and draw in other proteins.

We do not know much about how to treat prion diseases.

Prion proteins are primarily membrane proteins.  They have a very particular, so called GxxxG sequence in them. As we have seen, the genetically modified spike protein is produced in masses and it gets stuck on the cell membrane.  Thus, scientists are worried that it may lead to problems whey the spike protein acts as prions over time, especially because it has not one but five GxxxG sequences in it.  Interestingly enough, these sequences are not present in other SARS-COV-2 viruses.

There is a worry that inflammation may up-regulate the neuronal protein, alpha-synuclein, which may get drawn into the stuck spike protein and cause miss-folded proteins.  From the affected dendritic cells in the spleen exosomes may travel through the vagus nerve to the brain.  This may be a precursor to Parkinson’s disease.

Luc Montaigner, the Nobel Prize winner, warned about the prion aspects of the spike protein before his passing in February of 2022.

What May We Expect to See the Coming Years?

Who will be affected by the unintentional consequences of the injections first?

In short, people who already have inflammatory conditions.

What to do:

One of the important factors will be to improve your methylation patterns.  Read my article on how to naturally improve them.   But if you only want one supplement, then add two red beets to your daily diet.  This will naturally add betaine (trimethylglycine), a methyl donor.

Up-regulate your innate immune system through a healthy lifestyle (such as is described in the methylation article) and increase your metabolic flexibility by fasting at times.

Fasting may also help digest and remove spike proteins.  However for that you would need more than a 24 hour period of fasting.  High temperature sauna may also induce autophagy (digestion of excessive parts within the body, hopefully also spike protein).

Avoid toxins, especially glyphosate, by choosing organically grown.

Take hot epsom-salt baths to get sulfate into your system, cruciferous veggies will also help with that.

Always check with your health practitioner before making any changes or attempting to treat yourself.

Further listening and reading:

I am not an expert on the immune system, viruses, or vaccines.  I am just a person trying to understand the consequences of what we are doing.  

To learn about these types of arguments, please read the opinion of an expert:    

Geert Vanden Bossche, a researcher working with vaccines:

I also recommend listening to interviews with him.  Here is an example: 

Learn from 500` healthcare professionals about covid:

Learn from Swedish physicians (in Swedish): 


“The Immunity Fix” by James DiNicolantonio and Siim Land.  You can find it here on Amazon

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