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Jun 18, 2022Liked by Jessica Rose

Yikes, spikes! Or rather polymorphic amyloid assemblies!

I got over covid a week or two ago, and don't feel particularly stupider now than usual, but that isn't saying much.

I may have indeed been struck in the head with those striking polymorphic amyloid assemblies.

This nightmare just keeps getting worse and worse.

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I got covid in April and feel fine. Wondering if there is a difference between the Omicron spike and previous versions?

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or is the polymorphic amyloid assemblies a feature of the jab? If you were not jabbed and you got covid and have few or non existent symptoms, this may point the jab being the source of polymorphic amyloid assemblies

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Hoping I'm not speaking out of context here...to your point, and those above, haven't the instances of death due to the crAzy bizarre blood clot-like structures found by embalmers been associated with jab'd individuals only.?.

I'd prefer these dangerous assemblies causing these mutant clots, nOT be associated with either natural infection oR the jab, but I pray, OHH do I pray, it's only the jab.!.

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My wife was remembering a video that she saw, pre-jab, where they were removing some kind of big, long gross clot-like thing from a ventilator tube of someone who passed from the original strain.

She can't find the video now.

This may be important.

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Oh rEALLY...ugh!! : (

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I don't know. But Jessica and others in time will be able to say. I like you pray there is something that an unimpaired immune system can do with a virus.

But I also recall SarsCov2 as a base even for Omicron has been engineered. So I really don't know. Again our immune system has something to say about natural infection. The mRMA jab is a force or coerced reaction.

Interesting though that those who accept the jab may also accept the as you say rAzy bizarre blood clot-like structures. While those who refuse the jab seem better adapted. The psychology of the two minds and then immune systems are interesting.

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Interesting they definitely are.!. ThAnk you, @wilnav, for your thought provoking, kind reply. : )

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Mine was somewhere between a cold and an extremely mild flu. Worse than usual colds, but much easier than the flu. I never had a day that I couldn't get out of bed, etc. But it was very uncomfortable sleeping. The whole thing did feel weird.

The polymorphic amyloid assemblies might spike at night.

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I am thinking that for a person with a healthy immune system, not much of the actual virus gets into the bloodstream (& nervous system, & other tissue).

Immune defence starts in the upper respiratory system, then (if you get one of those variants) the lower respiratory tract. It is only when those defences fall, that the virus gets into the bloodstream.

I am not an immunologist, or indeed have any training in clinical pathology (my background is physiology & psychology), so would welcome informed comments about this!

...I got covid too, a few months ago, and recovered just fine. (No injections.)

But I have been wondering about this for a while now...

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Holy poo Batgirl. Thanks. Will get this out. Rollin’ rollin’ rollin’

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. . . Rawhide!

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This is sounding more and more like the Dean Koontz “Jane Hawk” book series linked below: https://www.deankoontz.com/book-series/jane-hawk

https://www.goodreads.com/series/190418-jane-hawk

The evil in these fiction-is-almost-truth books was unleashed via self-assembling nanobot shots 💉🐜 that took over people’s minds 🧠…terrifyingly prescient! What did author Dean Koontz know and when did he know it?

Publication Order of Jane Hawk Books

The Silent Corner (2017)

The Whispering Room (2017)

The Crooked Staircase (2018)

The Forbidden Door (2018)

The Night Window (2019)

Here is a copy/paste of a summary of finale book The Night Window…

#1 New York Times bestselling author Dean Koontz brings Jane Hawk's one-woman war to an explosive climax as the rogue FBI agent wages her final battle against a terrifying conspiracy--for vengeance, for justice, and for humanity's freedom.

Groundbreaking, wholly involving, eerily prescient and terrifyingly topical, Dean Koontz's Jane Hawk series sets a new standard for contemporary thrillers. Since her sensational debut in The Silent Corner, readers have been riveted by Jane Hawk's resolute quest to take down the influential architects of an accelerating operation to control every level of society via an army of mind-altered citizens.

At first, only Jane stood against the "Arcadian" conspirators, but slowly others have emerged to stand with her, even as there are troubling signs that the "adjusted" people are beginning to spin viciously out of control. Now, in the thrilling, climactic showdown that will decide America's future, Jane will require all her resources--and more--as she confronts those at the malevolent, impregnable center of power

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Jun 18, 2022·edited Jun 18, 2022

Isn’t the full genetic makeup of the modified spike protein available in the public domain at this point? Do we know if the mRNA in the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines causes human ribosomes to manufacture the exact same modified spike protein, or are they a bit different? Sorry if these are dumb questions, as a layperson it’s hard for me to keep pace with all latest research.

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nope.

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Kevin McCairn and Walter Chestnut did a livestream talking about this last night. Kevin deleted the livestream but it should be at Kevin's site but the link I got for replay doesn't work; if someone has the link it's a great discussion for folks who do understand this science..

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link?

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this link works https://wtyl.live/play/188

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Dr. Kevin McCairn has a number of recent videos at this site, they are all worth listen. Very technical rabbit holes. So much to watch out for going forward.

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Thanks for finding and posting!

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It sure looks like it. And I'm in the same boat as you regarding understanding it, but I would wager that Dr. Rose won't have a problem...

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I have been watching on Odyssey and so far 10 minuets into the discussion large section of audio are gone. Just crickets. Especially when an insight into the process and/or obstacle to publishing this video on the web.

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I just came up with a poem on my 5 mile walk:

The Jab- Her- Wacky Song

It was an itsy-bitsy teenie weenie self-assembling nano-meanie

That they jabbed in her shoulder today;

An itsy-bitsy teenie-weenie terribly toxic nano-meanie,

And in her liver it wanted to play.

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Interesting indeed!

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So does this mean that every unvaccinated person who had covid will be affected?

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My uneducated guess is no. I just had covid in April 2022, no jab and am fine.

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Well Fauci did say, when Trump first introduced him, that he would be using new technologies like mRNA and self assembling nanoparticles to make the new vaccines(depopulation weapons).

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or did Fauci say "self-assembling nano-proteins" ? No one thought to ask why at the time.

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I sure don't want any tiny toxic self-assembling little nano-meanies jabbed into my person, especially if promoted by psychopathic billionaires.

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So now we have potential MOAs for both the vaccine and the virus to cause amyloidogenic peptides. One is 100% avoidable the other is not avoidable but has factors we can use to mitigate (early treatment, prophylaxis...). Hopefully that will be enough. Thank you JR!

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Can our immune system repair, remove or disassemble amyloidogenic peptides and/or amyloid structures?

https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/biomedres/32/1/32_1_67/_article

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Given that the COVID mRNA and Adenoviral vector vaccines were:

1. Developed at zero cost to the manufacturer and are 100% taxpayer funded…

2. Come with zero liability to the manufacturer…

3. Are based on the original genome of SARS-COV2, which is public domain now…

4. Are obsolete for their intended purposes…

Is it possible for a FOIA request to for the modified genetic code of the various flavors of synthetic spike to be successful?

Aaron Siri, you lurking?

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Jun 18, 2022·edited Jun 18, 2022

Probably considered proprietary info or a trade secret. We need someone to acquire and analyze the various "vaccines". Steve Kirsch tried, but the vials got lost ~ 🤔.

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I think it needs to be adjudicated in court. “Acquiring and analysis” is all great but it’s not admissible evidence. This probably will have to happen outside of the US as our DOJ is hopelessly corrupt.

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So nobody has the Moderna or Pfizer Mrna sequence in its entirety? And it cannot be read somehow when extracted out of the lpns? This is insane if so. There could be ANY Mrna instruction in there at any time and we never would know!

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Jun 18, 2022·edited Jun 18, 2022

Yes. This needs to be done. Yet we will never know if all the vials are the same or what is in all.of them or has been in all of them. Even if there is any poison in a small percentage we would be lucky to find exactly these vials.we all assume the vials are the same or similar and they might not be at all. But I am sure Pfizer knows exactly which batches are what and has an eye on some special batches. The pharma companies rotated their more dangerous experiments out so it wouldn't be too obvious.. this is a field day for them! Never did they have that many testsubjects in a normal environment outside the lab. They had to steal a lot of people before to test on them I think to get the jabs ready for the population test. Of course they tested this out on humans at first illegally. I am sure of it. Not just animals.

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Andrew Fire and Massa Shoura of Stanford took remnants of Moderna injections and published the mRNA sequence last year in March or April. The sequence covered two pages of text, but I can't find my original download.

It should be possible to construct the protein with the RNA sequence available, and possibly synthesise the injected spikes to extend this research.

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So I'm a bit confused...are you saying that if you are infected with covid and get over it, you could develop neural deficits from having contracted covid, or does this only happen from the jab? I'm concerned because we are Seniors, we got covid in early April 2020. It hit me harder than hubby, chose homeopathy and he cleared in 24 hours, me more like 36 hours but the fatigue lasted about a week (just all other symptoms cleared). I often lose my words, and this was happening before, likely because of stress and too much on my mind. But I do notice that when I get my "low pressure migraines" they are VERY bad and I can not think straight. Hubby has some dementia that has exacerbated (it was there before, but it is worse now...I have to watch him like a hawk!)

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Does the virus cross the blood-brain barrier with the same apparent ease as the lipid nanoparticles?

Isn't this a strong argument for aggressive prevent and early treatment with safe, effective, and inexpensive antivirals (ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine) and nutraceuticals? If you knock down the load early, the virus won't be able to damage the CNS or other organ systems.

Are the jabs preventing people from clearing the virus?

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Dr. Kevin McCairn discusses how it travels up the olfactory nerve into the brain. Quite a bit of neurological damage and anomalies being discovered. Particularly a factor in long COVID. Half of recovered report some sort of neurological impairment.

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I use Xlear Nasal Spray when I'm going to a crowded place. I also do an Xlear nasal wash most days. The best place to stop the virus is in the airways before it takes hold.

https://xlear.com/science/

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