For an excellent article on how there are no completed clinical trials on the COVID-19 shot, and should you get vaccinated, you are actually a test subject in a drug trial: https://theduran.com/what-vaccine-trials/
But more importantly:
THE DNA TEMPLATE DOES NOT COME DIRECTLY FROM AN ISOLATED VIRUS FROM AN INFECTED PERSON.
This brings us full-circle to the fact you can not have an effective vaccine or test without an isolated/purified virus.
Ronavax Roulette: All About the Adjuvants
JANUARY 22, 2021
By Julie Beal
The coronavirus vaccines are supposed to be ‘intelligent’, because they use novel adjuvants that can target the immune system in specific ways. On the other hand, many of them could cause immediate ‘hypersensitive’ reactions such as anaphylaxis or seizures, or what seems like a delayed reaction, i.e. one that results in an autoimmune disorder. An adjuvant (say ‘add-joov-unt’) is a substance that’s deliberately added to a vaccine to make you have a certain kind of immune response.
If a vaccine only contains an antigen (e.g. a virus), it doesn’t make people produce enough antibodies, so adjuvants are added to force a reaction and make it last longer:
Adjuvants may be molecules, compounds, or macromolecular complexes that boost the potency, quality, or longevity of specific immune responses to antigens, but which should cause minimal toxicity.
Note, in the quote above, they can only say ‘should’, because adjuvants are bad for the body – that’s the whole point of them. They’re supposed to make you react, but only a bit! So if you’re thinking, “Right, OK, so what are these things, and what will they do to me?”, the answer is, “It depends!” This is partly because we’ve all got a different genetic make-up, and different kinds of microbes living inside us. But it also depends on which vaccine we’re talking about, because every company makes its own special blend, so they’re all a bit different too.
“However!” You can be empowered by learning about how genetic vaccines work, and how the reaction to a vaccine is linked to autoimmune disorders and the little bugs that live inside you! This means getting a bit ‘sciencey’, e.g. how the body works, and what microbes like bacteria and viruses actually do in the body, and maybe even what DNA is. All of this is well worth knowing, especially if you’re required to keep getting extra shots for the ‘health passports’ which are planned to be used globally.
An overview of the ronavax adjuvants
There are several new adjuvants being used in the coronavirus vaccines (or ‘ronavax’), sometimes in different combinations, and it’s all a bit bewildering, especially with all the strange names and stuff you’ve never heard of. So instead of trying to learn about the names of individual adjuvants, it’s easier and more helpful to think of them in terms of how they operate. To break it all down a bit, we’ll group them into these basic categories:
- MRNA and DNA
- Genetic inserts
- Pretend bacteria (Lipid A and CPG ODNs)
- Xenobiotic chemical modifications
The old adjuvants, like mercury and thimerosol, have been largely abandoned, because the new ones are meant to be cleverer, and more desired for use in genetic vaccines. Some of the new adjuvants have been tested and some are already licensed in other vaccines, but on the whole, they’re still experimental, especially since they work in combination with the other parts of the vaccine, and yet few tests seem to be required or conducted for the ronavax. The Pfizer vaccine, for instance, contains mRNA, which in itself is an adjuvant, but so far they’ve only tested it on a few rats, because the World Health Organisation does not require further studies. This is in line with genetically engineered protein vaccines, for which tests of genotoxicity are not required.
Not only are the new adjuvants very powerful, they’ve also been largely omitted from the public conversation about coronavirus vaccines. They are now able to target specific parts of the immune system, so, like the genetic vaccines they’re added to, the adjuvants are considered smart or intelligent. (See link for article)
This is very important information for Lyme/MSIDS patients to understand since many are suffering not only with multiple pathogenic infections but the blow-back they can cause such as a MCAS-like illness where the body essentially considers everything a threat – or allergen.
When I attended the ILADS convention a while back I was surprised at the emphasis on MCAS (mast cell activation syndrome), since this was something neither my husband nor I experienced. Since that time, I’ve been besieged by patients with this disorder (including my own daughter) and have had to learn about it. A simple way to express it would be to understand that many patients with tick-borne illness (and many other chronic conditions) find themselves suddenly sensitive to nearly everything around them. This can include certain foods, body products, WiFi, mold, and many, many other things they used to be able to handle.
The following ingredients are listed in the AstraZeneca ronavax: excipients and contaminants histidine, sucrose, sodium chloride, magnesium chloride, Polysorbate 80, EDTA, ethanol and hydrochloric acid. But it might also contain bits of baby, because it’s grown in cells from an aborted foetus (same for the J&J vax).
The article points out a wide range of disorders could result from this shot such as: anaphylaxis, arthritis, various types of myelitis, stroke, seizures, heart problems, pregnancy and birth problems, things that go wrong with the blood, Guillain-Barré syndrome, and, yes, even death. Most of these have been detected already from those getting the jab. While anaphylaxis would be immediate, many other disorders would take time to develop – perhaps leading to misdiagnosis and putting the blame on something other than the shot. The author points out that any collateral damage from the shots will net a tidy profit for the pharmaceutical industry, so all’s well – except to those suffering.
For more on the shot: