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Do you expect that Omicron have any lesser effect on autoimmunity?

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Never was a covid -19. identified in any scientific study. Stands for certificate of vacine identification-19 (chap 19 book of revelations. It is a passport system for enslavement of humanity. First disclosed in a patent application for methedolgy analysis detection of covid-19 virus! , Richard Rothschild-Belgium 2015! The spike protein is a chimera (sars-hiv/aids/tb). Its in the bioweapon described as a vaxxcine. Faucis coup was proudly inserting a HIV virus in late stage influenza for replication, Journal Virology sept 2011.

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I developed autoimmunity after natural infection.

In 1985, after experiencing a particularly severe strep throat infection,approximately three weeks later,I developed Guttate Psoriasis, which the Dermatologist referred to as "a post-streptococcal rash" The rash was extensive, covering around 90% of my body and lasted approximately 3 months, being treated with topical cortisone for the entire time.

Fast forward to January 2018, and again I developed Guttate Psoriasis three weeks after experiencing a relatively mild common cold. This time I did not suppress the rash with cortisone, and instead exposed my skin to sunlight. The rash resolved in about 10 and 1/2 months.

Fast forward again to January 2022, and I again developed a common cold. No rash yet, and hopefully the protocols I used to treat the cold this time, will prevent the provocation of my immune system into autoimmunity.

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Panda's Syndrome is an auto-immune response to Strep. Strep bacteria associate themselves with molecules found on heart, joints, skin, and brain tissues. My stepson had Panda's. Seems to have recovered now.

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The majority of kids with autism have PANS(PANDAS) My grandson still does. Do you do something to get rid of it.? Mine grandson tests very high(since he was 3) in HV6.

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I was told most kids just grow out of it. Incidentally perhaps, he improved his diet, homeschooled (to avoid exposure) and did regular strep tests. Tics stopped at about age 14.

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Sadly, most don't just grow out of it. I raised my grandson, who has classic autism, been on special diet for 21 years, plus all the supps from our autism doc. I never give up though. Thank you.

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A case study that might be of interest - mold as potential cause of autism. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33132781/

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Lots of environmental toxins can be added to the list, but #1 is vaccines and has been from the beginning of the rise in autism numbers.

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Hope you stay well.

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Thanks!

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I'm curious about some of the details reported here. Chinese men over 6 ft tall. Odd fact, but relevant? Perhaps because their height was usual it simply made the scene more notable. 2nd how is it that you had not already heard about the virus in Dec 2019? It was all over the news. Remember the theater about building that hospital from scratch? That was obviously a rehearsal for building triage units for a military field operation. Even I heard about the virus in December 2019, and I never watch the news. Maybe you watch MSN even less than I do. By the end of January, I was in touch with my friend at Moderna who was posting on Facebook that they already had the vax ready to go. (He "unfriended me, by the way, when I asked why anyone would take an experimental vax when the fatality rate was relatively low.) Sorry.I'm not questioning your narrative. I actually like the literary details, about the coffee run, 6ft sobbing Chinese.... in Seattle of all places.

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Most American news outlets first reported on a news illness on Dec 30. It didn’t gain more attention until mid-Jan, and was full blown at the end of Jan when trump issued a travel ban from China.

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Thank you for all you shared here, very interesting and insightful. I'm 62 was diagnosed with MS at 36 in 1995 and through diet, stress reduction, changes in career and lifestyle, and more everything you shared resonates with me. Our son is 21 and once had a diagnosis of being on the spectrum, he did not meet diagnostic criteria after a year, and those were changed, too. I believe the mold, viral load, bacteria, parasites, and gut health are all causal links to many conditions not resolving and it is cumulative. I also had 4 concussion injuries by age 14.

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Jan 15, 2022·edited Jan 15, 2022

i'm most interested in your comment about saponin. when you are cooking quinoa, the instructions always say to rinse it first to remove the saponins. it seems that this is one of those ancestral wisdom things that people have done since the beginning of time without any "scientists" having conducted RCTs, but rather based on their own observations and oral traditions.

if generations of indigenous people knew somehow that saponins were bad to ingest, i'm not really sure why anyone would think it would be ok to inject

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Pharmaceutical vaccine-developers pay attention to the wisdom of indigenous peoples? Nah. If people paid attention to the wisdom of indigenous peoples, pharmaceutical companies would go out of business in a generation or two.

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Although I think many modern drugs were developed from plants that indigenous people knew about first for sure. A great read is State of Wonder by Ann Patchett.

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You're right. Pharmaceutical *drug* developers have paid attention to the wisdom of indigenous people that they could exploit for profit. Years ago, I read that the "medicine men" of Amazon tribes had, before the invasion of Europeans and European diseases, a very small repertoire of medicinal herbs -- primarily for treatment of accidental injuries and the bites of venomous snakes. The arrival of European diseases led the medicine men to develop large repertoires of herbal treatments for those diseases, and later that indigenous knowledge of herbs was used by "drug explorers" to identify compounds that could be manufactured as allopathic drugs.

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Do u believe that the Spike causes more autoimmune potential than other viruses? Do you believe that people who have been having heart attacks, myocarditis etc, are actually having an autoimmune attack due to pathogenic priming?

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It does seem likely to my untrained monkey mind. If your immune system gets cranky then it could cause havoc, no? It's an elegant and powerful system that I've come to respect.

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I hope your sons were grown at the time you were ill.

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mRNA "Vaccines" Are Gene Therapy. May cause Undesirable Side Effects That Could Delay Or Prevent Their Regulatory Approval According To BioNTech SEC Filing

The Truth About "Safe and Effective" mRNA "Vaccines" Hidden In Plain Sight

https://lionessofjudah.substack.com/p/mrna-vaccines-are-gene-therapy-may

The Truth About Safety of mRNA Vaccines Found in The European Medicines Agency's Document Titled "Comirnaty (COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine) Risk Management Plan"

Welcome to the Medical Inquisition

https://lionessofjudah.substack.com/p/the-truth-about-safety-of-mrna-vaccines

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I had Covid from mid October 2019 to mid January of 2020. I did not know what it was, extremely sticky but not much mucos cough. Extreme fatigue, I knew I could not push. I took the only medicine I had lots of, Burdock root tea. (I am an herbalist) I drank a pound of the dried root over that time I was sick, I knew Burdock would help. Come to find out it addresses liver health, has high quercitin and high inulin so it is a good medicine for C19.

I believe I caught it because I was working with someone who is an Acupuncturist (house move) and the school they teach at has many Chinese faculty members. I was so mad I got sick, at first, but became very very glad subsequently. My family of 2 did not get sick, I did isolate at night but not in the day. They ended up getting 2 whackscene doses, I did not. After they were vaccinated I did develop heart palpitations, which I have treated with Hawthone tincture and 3 fresh not stale walnuts a day. Very manageable. I was not sick with any viruses since until this last week, 1-2022, with a mild Omni case that has already run its course. I still fear for the lives of my family that got injected, who also are having Omni, but are having a slightly harder time with it. Thanks for listening. Plants rule, pills and injections drool.

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One of the very first things I read about SARS-CoV-2 was JLW's statement (when he started studying the viral genome) that any vaccine that included spike protein was highly likely to be big trouble. I located and read one of the research reports about attempts to create SARS vaccine; that report summed up the situation by stating that every type of vaccine, adjuvanted or not, in every type of animal vaccinated, had led to severe disease and high mortality when the animals were exposed to the SARS virus.

None of the triumphant propaganda about the Warp Speed vaccines -- which would make your own body produce spike proteins! -- said *anything* about how mRNA technology would avoid this issue. So I knew from Day 1 that the vaccines were going to be dangerous, even disastrous. I have a lot of respect for JLW's work (including his peer-reviewed journal) and his accurate prediction about the dangers of vaccines using spike protein is just one of the reasons why.

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Dr Jack, your story about possibly being exposed to the virus near the end of January brought back memories.

My wife is Vietnamese. Shortly after the Tet holiday celebration with family at the end of Jan 2020, she came down with something that had her suffering in bed for nearly two weeks thereafter. Then, as she was getting better, our 13 yo son came down with what we figured was a typical head cold. We kept him home from school for a couple days. Then, in the middle of February, he had a well-child visit with a new pediatrician. The pediatrician shared how crazy things had been since at least that past December (2019), with all sorts of kids having unexplainable illnesses. It was during that visit to the pediatrician that I was having the strangest cough symptoms I had ever experienced. It was all lower stuff (no problems from my neck up). Thankfully my coughing abated after 5 days, and I haven't been ill since.

It was later that I learned the virus had been confirmed to have been circulating here in Ohio as early as Nov 12, 2019. I give a reference to the Pike County General Health District determination of that fact in my Facebook post of Sep 10, 2020, as can be seen here...

https://www.facebook.com/tlusch/posts/1936120726524730

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Excellent article.

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In addition to aggressive early treatment, preparatory immune boosting, prophylaxis, adequate vitamin D levels, quercetin, zinc, C, A, melatonin and more (check out FLCCC protocols) should help reduce severity and accelerate recovery. I am looking forward to learning more in your wonderful course on Biology of Immunity with IPAK-edu (I highly recommend) to understand the details of your article. It is concerning, and also a red flashing light, that they don't study susceptibility for adverse reactions and screen for allergies, other predisposing conditions and natural immunity. Observing the irrational compulsion to deny natural immunity I wrote this

Natural Immunity Denial Disorder: Diagnosing a Dangerous Condition

https://coronawise.substack.com/p/natural-immunity-denial-disorder

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Great read ~ thanks for posting your link.

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What kinds of auto immunities? And for how long? Study was brilliant, I will be reading in depth.

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Of course, I will read the study you did, but whether I will understad all of it is another question :-)

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Jan 15, 2022·edited Jan 15, 2022

A friend of mine chose not to get the Covid shot, but was taking some Vitamin C daily, 5,000IU of Vitamin D daily, along with Curcumin, and CoQ10.

She had Ivermectin she had purchased online from India, 3mg/tab. When she texted me to say she had Covid, strangely enough, she had yet to have started the Ivermectin and was on Day 4 of illness. She had no fever, extreme, burning leg pain, slightly productive cough, chest pain and severe diarrhea that appeared black.

I suggested she start the Ivermectin. She said she felt somewhat improved right away, but was still exhausted. I also had her increase her Vitamin C intake from 1,000mg per day. I recommended 5,000mg per day, or to bowel tolerance, but she was nervous, so only increased it to Vitamin C 3,000mg per day.

When she mentioned the chest pain a couple of days later ( Day 6 of illness) I suggested she go to the ER. All labs were normal except her D-dimer was very slightly elevated. They didn’t check clotting factors, fibrinogen, ect. Her EKG was normal.

The ER doc said many Covid patients were having black stools like her, and wasn’t concerned.

Even though we had talked about Early, aggressive treatment of Covid being the best plan, my friend was only half doing that. She should have started Ivermectin on Day 1, increased her Vitamin C levels right away, started Melatonin, ect.

Like many people, my friend didn’t really understand how much it’s a race against time in the earliest stage of Covid. The more you cut down on Viral Replication, early, the less damaging tissue inflammation there will be to deal with later.

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interesting. thanks for sharing.

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I found the best protocol to reduce viral replication has been Dr David Brownsteins nebulizing protocol. It stops the viral load at source and reduces the recovery time.

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