Damning Biodistribution data for spike proteins – WOW
DaveFairtex, many thanks for the encouraging, helpful and actionable words. Have the manual. And will look for a healthcare provider who gets it and go from there. Loved the Lincoln and a general who will fight analogy!
Hi David Henry,
I’m listening to some DrBeen videos tonight and he’s gone over the spike protein distribution papers and come to the conclusion that this is initial information, and not a sure thing. Not sure that they’re distributed, and that the spikes can really get loose, and if they do, cause harm. Nor with the lipid nano particles causing harm.
He believes the post-vaccine troubles are perhaps caused by the immune system response to the vaccine. Again, all of this is probably working hypotheses.
His wife has had longer term (and I forget the specifics, but they are not debilitating) effects since the vaccine. DrBeen’s thoughts are that the post-vax issues are an analogue to the post-covid problems, (similar to Dr. Robert Malone and group on Dark Horse). And therefore the treatment is the same —as best we know now–as been suggested by others on this thread. Been is trying to get his wife to take IVM. He recommends IVM, Fluvoxamine and some other drug I didn’t catch.
So, if you’re able to contract a doctor from FLCCC lists, then they will be open to these drugs and treating symptoms from the vaccine as long-covid. You might ask for Fluvoxamine as well. Good luck, and I feel your anger and care for your girl.
Here’s Been’s latest, including some discussion of the spike studies. He did an earlier one specifically on one spike study.
Dr. Mobeen Syed in his Youtube channel explains this is NOT about the spike protein created after processing of the mRNA but about the coating for the mRNA injected during vaccination.
He concludes this is not necessarily problematic unless someone is allergic to the combination of PEG, etc.
His short summary is at 12 min.
He goes over the hydrolysis in the liver to break the substances down. @28-30min
I don’t know how true that is. I’m just reporting.
Has Chris talked about (or is planning to cover) the Dr Byram Bridle claims? I’m trying to avoid confirmation bias and I’m looking hard at both sides of this, but honestly the BS is thick out there on all sides of the Covid vaccine story.
For example, take this article by Dr Gorski. While it makes some POTENTIALLY valid rebuttal points to some of Dr Bridle’s claims, the article is thick with hyperbole, ad-hominem potshots, heavily citing his own articles to back his statements, and a heavy “appeal by authority” approach. Both some of his other articles and my gut are telling me he’s purely about parroting “approved” talking points and has no special insight to offer. And given some of the links in the article, I’ve also got a fair suspicion Dr Gorski is one of the people behind the recently created “hit site” (https://byrambridle.com/) made to attack Dr Bridle and his claims. To say this guy is “somewhat biased” is kind of like saying the Jeffrey Epstein death was “somewhat suspicious”.
So given Chris’ background and finely tuned BS-filter, maybe this would be something worth covering in his next video?
“Help us Obi-Wan Martenson… you’re our only hope!” 🙂
The amounts of antigen involved are so minuscule it makes no difference.
So what are we looking at here?
On the left column, you have the sample (taken from the organ) at each time point showing the total lipid (fat) concentration in the sample, on the right, you have the percent of the administered dose contained in the corresponding sample.
So for the 2h time point, in the Ovaries, the sample contained 1.64 micrograms of lipid equivalent per gram or milliliter, per sample.
First thing to notice is that the amount of lipid concentration increases with the time point, and as well, the corresponding percentage of administered dose seems to increase. This makes sense because the more lipid sample you extract, all other things being equal, a proportional amount of detected dose should be recovered.
To see what is going on, you have to divide the % detected by the sample to get the ratio of how much dose is found per sample. What the ratio reveals is that there is less of the dose detected after 48h.
Why are lipids being studied? Because the vaccine is a combination of the mRNA and the lipids indicated at the top of the chart (ALC-0315 and ALC-0159) – the contents of the vaccine formula. The concept is that the mRNA is “coated” with the lipids, and this allows a glob of lipid (with the mRNA inside) to get past the cell membrane (outer cover of the cell) and inside where the mRNA is delivered to the contents of the cell that read mRNA and translate it into a protein- the fragment that is antigenic- which is identified and remembered by the immune system. This shot includes a lot of the particles, but only a fraction will make it into a cell. The rest end up never getting into a cell- picked up by the immune system or ending up carried elsewhere in the body.
The dose is the “effective” dose, whatever concentration of ingredients it takes for the injection to work. As another poster stated, organs of elimination like the spleen do this work. Other areas of the body have their own pipes that connect to these waste removal systems. Areas like the Ovaries, I suspect, but do not know, are logical places for elimination, considering they are part of a period shedding process. In the same way drugs are detected coming from various places, these particles will pass in similar fashion. Note also, there are no labelled doses detected in the “mainline” immune organs, lymph nodes, and blood where you would expect a much higher rate of immune system capture and rate of elimination or metabolism, the mRNA being broken apart into nucleotides and the lipids being broken down into smaller and smaller lipid fragments to be metabolised by enzymes which are circulated through those fluids.
Look at the Spleen sample: at 1 hour the ratio is 2.47/0.093 = 26.56. At 48 hours, it is 23.4/1.03 = 22.71. The ratio of those ratios is about 0.85 meaning the % detected fell by 15% over 47 hours.
When you get the first dose they say “come back in three weeks”. Why might this be? Probably because by then, every last bit of the 1st shot has been eliminated. We can test this by the following formula: if, over 47 hours the ratio of % detected dose to mass of sample decreases by (26.56-22.71= 3.85) then what would the ratio be after 3 weeks, assuming a linear progression? 3 weeks is 21 days * 28 hours or 588 hours and if, for every 47 hours the ratio falls by 3.85, then 588*(3.85/47)=48.16 points (double the mass of original sample)- a pretty safe margin to assume there is no more vaccine formula in the body. Or, to put it another way, take the original mass sampled, and divide by the ratio decline over 47 hours, and you get 6.9 “periods” of 47 hours over which you would expect the ratio to fall to zero by about 2 weeks.
Why would they sample an increasing amount of tissue? Because they would be expecting clearance of the labelled dose concentration. By increasing the sample size each time they increase the accuracy of measuring a vanishing amount of material, caring only about the concentration of material in the sample.
Now, you might ask, why would they test lipids? Because like dissolves in like. For example, fat soluble marijuana metabolites stick around in adipose cells as is commonly known. The lipid adjuvants if not taken into a cell, are going to end up in the lipid fractions wherever they may go.
How dangerous is a lipid-encapsulated mRNA outside the cell? Not at all. Extra cellular RNA is degraded by ubiquitous waste clearance enzymes. Lipids are cleared out by similar processes. The mRNA has no functionality outside the cell. If the vaccine works at the initial site of injection, antibodies to the spike protein are created, so in the event it is translated to spike protein elsewhere in the body, immune reaction will be swift because of circulating antibodies.
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That’s reassuring. I plan to get my first shot next week. You haven’t mentioned your credentials but seem to know what you are talking about.
The problem most lay people have us trying to figure out how to assess conflicting information. It is of great value to have several sources of information.
Plus your information sounds really boring, which I find lends credence. You are not myth making or creating a hero’s journey out of what should be an objective medical quest.
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