We had Dental Amalgam in our mouths and Asbestos fibres in our homes – just two examples how lack of care and comprehensive testing ruined many people’s lives. Any time soon we are likely to be confronted with a new substance to be inserted into our bodies: the ‘corona vaccination’, and each one of us has to make a very important choice: to be vaccinated, or not.
Lots of people hope for a vaccine in order to „return back to normal life“. Understandable.
However, upon some due diligence, it becomes clear and undeniable that there are significant risks connected to novel vaccines. Biotech vaccinations nowadays are quite different from the injections or sugar cubes we got 20 or 30 years ago.
I‘m not pushing for or against vaccination, but I’m for informed choices. Are you ready to make an informed choice? For yourself and your children?
“Vaccination is the administration of a vaccine to help the immune system develop protection from a desease. These are the parts made from viruses or bacteria (also called ‘antigens’) in a weakened, live or killed state, or proteins or toxins from the organism. In stimulating the body’s adaptive immunity, they (can) help prevent sickness from an infectious disease.” – Seasonal influenza vaccines, Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology by Fiore, Bridges, Cox
“A vaccine works by training the immune system to recognize and combat pathogens, either viruses or bacteria. To do this, certain molecules from the pathogen must be introduced into the body to trigger an immune response.” Vaccines are a “simulation for the immune system and can result in immunity”. – publichealth.org
Most vaccines contain antigens which trigger the body’s immune response. This means the body’s lymphocyte-cells’ start the production of antibodies upon detecting the antigens of the vaccine. This procedure is also called “artificial immunity” and develops through deliberate exposure.
Vaccines are designed to generate an immune response that will protect the vaccinated individual during future exposures to the disease. Individual immune systems, however, are different enough that in some cases, a person’s immune system will not generate an adequate response. As a result, he or she will not be effectively protected after immunisation.
“Lifelong immunity is not always provided by either natural infection (getting the disease) or vaccination. (…) No vaccine is 100% effective, a small percentage of people are not protected after vaccination and for others the protection may wane over time. Also, some people are unable to be vaccinated due to certain conditions.” – Vaccines. 5th editin by Plotkin, Orenstein, Offit
Routes of administration: oral, subcutaneous, intradermal, intranasal or intramuscular. Vaccines containing adjuvants should be injected intramuscular to reduce adverse local effects. Because if virus mutations, oftentimes vaccines need to be repeated.
You might believe, vaccines are no big deal. I used to think this too, until I had an experience a few years ago that proved me wrong.
In my research I found repeatedly data confirming that vaccines can cause severe adverse reactions and can overload a human‘s body with harmful substances given the complex ingredients such as human diploid cell strain MRC-5 (aborted fetal cells), formaldehyde, antibiotics, multiple compounds and drugs interacting with each other. Variations in compatibility and long-term toxins accumulation in organs are issues to be addressed as well.
New vaccines have also added nanotechnology with unique physicochemical properties (e.g. carbon nanotubes, polymers, hydrogels). Nanomaterials are delivered in the form of microspheres, nanobeads or micro-nanoprojections (ref. Nanovaccines: recent developments in vaccination, T.D. Nandedkar, Journal of Bioscience, Dec 2009), and can cause toxic effects such as infertility, autoimmune effects, pulmonary toxicity, autism, reduction of mitochondrial function, hypersensitivity reactions, seizures, to name just a few. Infertility means not only potential conception and pregnancy issues for adults who would like to become parents, but also for your children who might not be able to conceive in the future (and you won’t be a grandparent). Especially this rapidly developing field of nanotechnology in medicine has not been sufficiently tested to exclude their potentially dangerous impact on human health. (ref. On the Toxicity of Therapeutically Used Nanoparticles: An Overview by A. El-Ansary and S. Al-Daihan, 2009).
Vaccines often require adjuvants to boost their efﬁcacy. The most commonly used adjuvants are aluminum based and can induce local reactions and may fail to generate strong cell-mediated immunity (Guy, 2007; Harandi et al., 2010).
Vaccines have to get properly tested, in labs and with human volunteers at appropriate time intervals. As with all novel medicines, significant proof of efficacy and safety is required before even small trials with human patients should begin. This process typically takes several years. Ask yourself, what good can come out of a vaccine developed and launched in a hurry? Early trials on humans or fast tracked roll outs are experiments.
Vaccines are not only critical for people with already existing health issues or allergies. They can also cause a whole range of problems in young, healthy people. When our cells become poisoned with chemicals or overloaded with toxic material, our DNA gets damaged, and mutates. Damaged DNA impacts the cells’ ability to produce energy for proper body regulation and that affects our entire body complex: the skeletal, muscular, integumentary (skin), nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems. Note also that DNA damage is inheritable, passing mutations along to future generations. (ref. “Rare hereditary diseases with defects in DNA-repair”, by Knoch, Kamenisch, Kubisch, Berneburg, March 2012)
Bio-tech and DNA modifying substances such as vaccines (using foreign RNA-DNA) or microchip technologies will compromise our natural body functions and interfere especially with our intercellular communication. Therewith impact our central nervous system, brain and unique etheric fields. Once a destabilisation of an individual’s physical and electromagnetic aspects and responses begins, also the natural auric protection shield weakens (electromagnetic lightbody field; check also Pancha Koshas in Yogic Sciences). Vulnerability on different levels and receptivity to overt and subliminal manipulation increases. A topic to be covered maybe on another occasion.
Everything in our body is deeply interrelated – our physical body, organ functions, our thoughts and emotions. And in the quest for optimal health and wellness, we have to consider a person holistically – their body, mind, emotions, soul and spirit.
The Nervous system and the Endocrine (glandular) system are part of your bodies’ main control networks and have strong effects on your health, well-being and spiritual embodiment. Glands produce hormones which act as chemical messengers, that are secreted into the bloodstream from particular organs to stimulate or inhibit physical processes. The Nervous system is a network of nerves and cells (neurons) that transmit electric signals between different parts of the body. Our body systems are a huge communication network. We are made of interdependent parts but if one part is not working properly and harmoniously, all the other parts will be affected.
Natural immunity refers to two types of immunity:
Innate immunity (or native immunity) is defined by the original genetic make-up and is a degree of resistence to infections in general, or a particular kind of microorganisms. Some races, family breeds and tribes (strains) literally do not react to and suffer from certain infectious diseases.
Adaptive immunity happens when antibodies are transferred between individuals or species (maternal antibodies ar transferred to the foetus through the placenta and also via colostrum / breast milk) as well as “self acquired” by own infection.
Back to the topic of vaccines, whatever your choice might be, you want it to be respected, correct? But are you ready to respect other people’s choices if they differ from yours? Note that if you want to be vaccinated, and someone else does not, it will not affect your choice at all, your vaccination won’t be compromised if someone else opts out of a vaccination offer.
Reality check: The corona virus infection survival rate is 99%.
For most people the infection seems to cause mild to moderate symptoms such as fever and cough that clear up in 2 to 3 weeks. For some people, with existing health problems, it can be more severe, including pneumonia and death. According to Bloomberg (18 March 2020, Tommaso Ebhardt, Chiara Remondini, Marco Bertacche), “99% of Italy’s coronavirus fatalities were people who suffered from previous medical conditions, according to a study by the country’s national health authority”, and “More than 75% had high blood pressure, about 35% had diabetes and a third suffered from heart disease.”
Interesting is the Influenza-Corona connection: Italians are strongly pro influenza vaccines and take annual shots. I found a medical paper with an overview of the “Increased Risk Associated With Receipt of Inactivated Influenza Vaccine”. It also states that the influenza vaccine is “including positive detections of coronavirus, human metapneumo virus, parainfluenza, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)”.
Germany started to promote influenza shots several years ago. The coronavirus infection rate amongst Germans was high but death rate is low – probably because of extra care with the death certificates.
And Iran? They have an „national immunization program“ since the 1980s, and even and „Expanded Program of Immunization (EPI)“, which covers various diseases including influenza. „Pasteur Institute of Iran is a medical research center located in Theran, Iran. The institute, one of the oldest leading research and public health centers in Iran and the Middle East, was established in 1920 following an agreement between the Institute Pasteur of Paris and the Iranian government. Its mission is to support advanced research and to provide innovative programs in basic and applied medical sciences, and production of biopharmaceuticals and diagnostic kits with special emphasis on infectious diseases.“ – wikipedia
India with its population of 1,3 billion has a comparatively low corona infection rate. And one reason might be that there is no history of “regular vaccination programs” such as annual influenza shots. More about India: Holistic View on India and its Low Infection Rate
Then there is the issue of a high number of patients who died after being put on ventilators. “A preliminary study of 5,700 patients hospitalized with COVID-19 in the New York City area finds that 88.1% of patients who go on ventilators don’t survive.” – article published on jama, 16. April 2020 (doi: 10.1001/jama.2020.6775)
If I understood correctly, the virus symptoms can be like those of mountain sickness. And pushing air into the lungs with ventilators when fluids block them won’t help. Someone pointed out that treatment for high altitude sickness with medicine such as Diamox, would work much better. High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE) is a buildup of fluid in the lungs.
Last but not least, there seems no consensus about which type of coronavirus or rather how many types of the virus we are actually dealing with, and testing. There is not even a consensus about the virus’ name: corona, covid-19, SARS-CoV2. „Scientists have divided coronaviruses into four sub-groupings, called alpha, beta, gamma, and delta. Seven of these viruses can infect people. The four common ones with mild symptoms: 229E (alpha), NL63 (alpha), OC43 (beta), HKU1 (beta). The three less-common ones with more severe symptoms: MERS-CoV, SARS-CoV and SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19“ – wikipedia
The test typically used is called Real-time Reverse Transkriptase Polymerase-Chainreatcion (RT-PCR) – it is a smear test (back of nasal passage / throat) to examine viral genetics. The test analyses the qualitative detection of nucleic acid from the COVID-19 disease in respiratory specimens.Results are available after 24-48 hours. But “The biotechnology companies Roche Diagnostics, LabCorp and Thermo Fisher Scientific are amongst the commercial test kit suppliers. The primary difference from one kit to another is which coronavirus genes each test targets. (…)” (ref. Jim Daley on 27 Scientific American)
In addition to nucleic acid testing, which detects a virus’ genetic material, there is also antigen testing, which detects the presence of viral proteins that spur the production of antibodies, or the immune system’s response to invaders. Antibody testing is an important next step to tell if someone has been previously infected. It provides more understanding, including how long antibodies stay in the body and if they provide immunity. This means the test detects the body’s immune response to the infection caused by the virus rather than detecting the virus itself. In the early days of an infection when the body’s immune response is still building, antibodies may not be detected.
Another approach relies on identifying antibodies to the coronavirus in a patient’s blood to determine whether that person previously had COVID-19.”
– Jim Daley for Scientific American, 27 March 2020.
So how do doctors and specialists determine whether the coronavirus detection in an individual results from a recent covid infection or a previous influenza vaccine (or any other previous vaccine)? The high amount of asymptomatic cases would certinly suggest a connection to previous vaccinations, or infections.
An antibody test reveals if a person has already been exposed to an infection, by detecting antibodies in their blood or serum.
An antigen test reveals if a person is currently infected with a pathogen. Once the infection has gone, the antigen disappears. Usually over time, also antibodies disappear, but the “memory B cells” will remain dormant in the body for many years. If you are ever exposed to that organism, the dormant memory cells will recognise the invasion and as plasma cells have already been trained to produce antibodies against the organism, they are able to produce a large number of antibodies very quickly. The antibodies attach to the invading organisms and prevent them from attacking your healthy cells.
In view of those facts and also the many variables and contradictions, I’d conclude that a corona vaccination can not be justified, let alone made a mandatory vaccine. The lack of long term testing is obvious and risks of irreversible damage are too high. And once properly tested and ready, the Corona vaccines should be given only with the individual’s consent. A vaccine is neither guarantee for eradicating any illness, nor for protecting you 100%, and vaccines never were. Please research independently, and not just depend on the WHO and CDC.
Naturally derived “herd immunity” (acquired immunity when a sufficient number of people in the population have recovered from a disease which makes it difficult for a disease to gain a foothold in the community) is the alternative option. Plus the many holistic and organic ways to maintain health and boost your immune system. Clean air, sunlight, exercise, fresh food, pure water, micronutrients, emotional healing, socialising, creative self expression and loving relationships are part of it – and are all aligned to our human nature. In addition, preventative medicine such as Homeopathy and Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy offer powerful healthcare- and self-healing options.
“While modern medicine has proved effective in curing many diseases, it fails to provide a holistic approach to the health. It is increasingly recognized that diseases and health are not only a matter of body, but also of mind and spirit. (…) India has a rich heritage of medical wisdom derived from the Vedas that prevailed as Ayurveda. This was further enriched by the ancient Saints (Rishis) with Siddha system and Yoga practices. These were the principal medical practices of the country for centuries, forming part of Indian ethos and culture. Unani Tibb that was known from period of Hippocrates came to India during 8th Century A D. subsequently, the Western medicine that is based on biomedical concepts, commonly known as Allopathy, came to India and also got assimilated into the Indian medical practice. Homeopathy, a system developed in Germany in 18th century quickly gained popularity and has got blended with the Indian traditional medical practices due to similarity in its holistic medical philosophy and principles. Naturopathy, a drugless system of healthy living practices of all civilizations got organized and also become part of the medical pluralism of the country. Thus, there evolved a unique medical paradigm with traditional practices along with the Biomedicine.“ – Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India