RBCs rouleaux formation, mineral deficiency.

Severe blood clotting after the 2nd jab is likely, especially with strong EMF and mineral deficiency. Increase in globulin proteins may be involved in the rouleaux, red blood cell stacking seen w GO & post jab blood smears.

Red blood cells from the same person before and after the CoV injections. (2)

Rouleaux formation (Red blood cells, RBCs, stacking like a tower of coins) happens more often in equine blood cells than human due to a difference in the strength of the electrical charge on the surface proteins. The sialic protein of their blood cells has a weaker negative charge – less strength to repel other negatively charged blood cells.

  • Horse red blood cells are thought to form rouleaux because they have decreased negative charge (altered zeta potential) on their red blood cells.” (1)

Video about the stacking effect after jabs, especially after the second. The narrative in French switches to English shortly into the video. (2) The rouleaux stacking of RBCs was more likely when EMF was present and the blood had low mineral levels. {*Magnesium has a protective effect against EMF activation of TRP calcium channels. post} The clotting was found to be so thick after the second shot that it was deadly. Blood doesn’t even flow from a finger stick when they take samples from a CoV double injected person. (2)

Erythrocytes account for about 66% of the manganese in whole blood, whereas the “buffy coat”–platelets and leukocytes–accounts for about 30%.” (3)

The buffy coat layer of the blood only makes up 1% of the total blood volume, (4), and red blood cells do not have mitochondria so the difference in manganese is likely the difference in mitochondrial MnSOD. The erythrocytes 99% of the blood, the RBCs, have 66% of the blood manganese, while the 1%, platelets and white blood cells have 30%. (3, 4)

Manganese Superoxide dismutase, MnSOD, is necessary for survival.

Lab mice and fruitflies bred to have a defective gene for making MnSOD did not survive. Mice with one of the two copies defective and one functional survive but are more at risk from oxidative stress.

  • Studies using mice (182) and fruit flies (40) demonstrated that MnSOD gene knockout is lethal; while MnSOD heterozygous mice with haplo-insufficiency can survive but are more susceptible to oxidative injury (169171). The crucial role of MnSOD in protecting cells against oxidative stress has been extensively studied and thoroughly reviewed (7589123130150161), pointing to the critical roles of MnSOD in maintaining cellular physiology in response to genotoxic conditions, such as oxidative stress.” (5)

Manganese may have been a causal factor in the UK outbreak of Mad Cow prion disease, CJDv.

Organophosphate chemicals can include metals and may have been a causal factor of Mad Cow Disease, however the research was suppressed in the UK instead of being further studied for confirmation. (6, 7) Toxic manganese can be one of the problem metals. (6)

My reply: I have been wondering if the graphene o. is affecting manganese in platelet’s mitochondria > rouleaux effect. and maybe that would cause the manganese to be in a dangerous form instead of beneficial as in the CJD research you linked to.

There has been a case of prion disease with an onset shortly after having CoV injections. (8) A COVID19 patient also had prion disease develop. (9) The spike protein may be a risk factor for prion disease developing. (10, 11)

  • On July 12, a second lumbar puncture came back positive for CJD — a prion disease. Cheryl’s tau protein value was 38,979 pg/ml, while the spectrum for CJD positive patients is 0 – 1,149.” (8)

The injection version of the spike protein was modified and may be more dangerous rather than less so. (15) The S1 subunit can separate and both S1 and S2 subunits may lead to misfolded proteins. The S1 part can be released free from the cell while the S2 part stays connected and the interaction with surface proteins may also be recognized as an autoimmune protein.

  • But it’s far worse, as the vaccines do not cause your body to make the same spike protein as SARS-CoV-2 but one that has been genetically modified, making it far more toxic.” – Long-Term Damage from COVID Vaccination (15)
  • Screening for prion disease in CoV injected people with symptoms is a plan in the works, contact person, Adam Gaertner https://twitter.com/veryvirology/status/1433968726609596420?s=19

Graphene oxide is stable chemically but may be involved in unusual physiology, if the system is chemically unstable due to EMF or mineral deficiencies. We don’t know what we don’t know.

Graphene oxide as an ingredient of the nano-lipoparticles in the injections may also be a factor in prion risk, (12), if it is effecting manganese in platelets. (6) Manganese superoxide dismutase and graphene oxide are reactive and combinations are being studied for medication use (13), and for industrial use. (14)

Booster jabs will likely keep increasing the risk of the severe RBC stacking reaction as it would be adding more graphene oxide with each dose. Clearing graphene oxide from our bodies may not occur readily as it is very stable chemically.

Mineral deficiency of magnesium or manganese may be a risk factor for the rouleaux effect.

EMF fields plus graphene oxide content in a mineral deficient person may be combined factors in the rouleaux effect seen in platelets of CoV injected patients. (2) Magnesium helps prevent calcium entry into cells or mitochondria which can overactivate them and cause harm if excessive, possibly caused by a strong EMF device. Deficiency would increase risk. Deficiency in manganese would also increase risk of oxidative stress within mitochondria as MnSOD is the main antioxidant within mitochondria. (16)

Excerpt from a paper about 5G EMF https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ojIE24GOLmSeDgImDdo_MH8Bcf7WU7KZ/view

Nrf2 deficiency may increase risk for lack of MnSOD as it promotes our production of the antioxidant.

Manganese superoxide dismutase is something we have to make for ourselves – and the increased need for it during increased oxidative stress explains the benefit of Nrf2 promoting nutrients mentioned in a recent post. The Nrf2 gene and protein promote our own production of MnSOD. (16) We would also need manganese, and magnesium. (17)

Early data suggests 3rd jabs are hockey sticking the death rate (exponential increase) (18):

3rd dose launched on July 30th“, @MConceptions (18)

An autopsy had to be personally paid for, as well as being demanded and sought out. The autopsy did show the sudden death was due to the CoV injections the person had been given. (19) How can we “Follow the science” if basic procedures such as autopsy is not being performed? And in the case of sudden deaths that are occurring during a medical experiment? All adverse events during a medical experiment should be studied in depth and recorded. Instead autopsy and research seems to be being prevented?

Illegal directives need to be resisted, not complied with, a unified show of resistance by the people is needed.

Unity and strength is needed. The way to fight illegal directives, not passed by Congress, or not Constitutional, is to not comply. An apology later is not going to help an injury, and is unlikely to appear. Teamwork by many, many people is the way to turn down the government or business direction to keep jabbing, or to have jab ID’S- the jabbed need to not accept a ‘privilege’ based on their status, and not participate in an apartheid system.

Image of an Immunization card that is cut in half – apartheid rules need to be resisted.

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Reference List

  1. Red Blood Cells/Patterns, eclinpath.com, https://eclinpath.com/hematology/morphologic-features/red-blood-cells/patterns/
  2. The Effects of Vaccination of the Blood, crowdbunker.com, https://crowdbunker.com/v/UGjH6zVYqM
  3. Milne DB, Sims RL, Ralston NV. Manganese content of the cellular components of blood. Clin Chem. 1990 Mar;36(3):450-2. PMID: 2311212. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/2311212/
  4. Human Buffy Coat, buypbmcs.com, https://buypbmcs.com/blog-human-buffy-coat/
  5. Candas D, Li JJ. MnSOD in oxidative stress response-potential regulation via mitochondrial protein influx. Antioxid Redox Signal. 2014;20(10):1599-1617. doi:10.1089/ars.2013.5305 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/labs/pmc/articles/PMC3942709/
  6. Educating RIDA, westonaprice.org, https://westonaprice.org/health-topics/educating-rida/
  7. Mad Cow Disease, topic page, various links to follow, westonaprice.org, https://www.westonaprice.org/farm-and-ranch/mad-cow-disease/
  8. Megan Redshaw, Woman Dies of Rare Brain Disease Within 3 Months of Second Pfizer Shot, Doctor Says Vaccine Could Be Responsible. Aug. 31, 2021, childrenshealthdefense.org, https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/cheryl-cohen-dies-rare-brain-disease-second-dose-pfizer-covid-shot/
  9. Young MJ, O’Hare M, Matiello M, Schmahmann JD. Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease in a man with COVID-19: SARS-CoV-2-accelerated neurodegeneration?. Brain Behav Immun. 2020;89:601-603. doi:10.1016/j.bbi.2020.07.007 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/labs/pmc/articles/PMC7362815/
  10. Tetz, G.; Tetz, V. SARS-CoV-2 Prion-Like Domains in Spike Proteins Enable Higher Affinity to ACE2. Preprints 2020, 2020030422 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202003.0422.v1). https://www.preprints.org/manuscript/202003.0422/v1
  11. Idrees D, Kumar V. SARS-CoV-2 spike protein interactions with amyloidogenic proteins: Potential clues to neurodegeneration. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2021;554:94-98. doi:10.1016/j.bbrc.2021.03.100 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/labs/pmc/articles/PMC7988450/
  12. Microscopia de vial CORMINATY, Dr Campra, Contaminants found in jabs, report: https://www.dropbox.com/s/jz513lflikwb403/MICROSCOPIA_DE_VIAL_CORMINATY_DR_CAMPRA_FIRMA_E_1_HORIZONTAL.pdf?dl=0
  13. Farell M, Self A, Guza C, et al., Lipid-Functionalized Graphene Loaded with hMnSOD for Selective Inhibition of Cancer Cells. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2020, 12, 11, 12407–12416, February 20, 2020, https://doi.org/10.1021/acsami.9b20070 https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acsami.9b20070
  14. Cheekati, S., Xing, Y., Zhuang, Y., & Huang, H. (2011). Graphene platelets and their manganese composites for lithium ion batteries. ECS Transactions, 33 (39), 23-32. DOI 10.1149/1.3589918 https://corescholar.libraries.wright.edu/math/405/
  15. Long-Term Damage from COVID Vaccination, undercurrents723949620.wordpress.com, https://undercurrents723949620.wordpress.com/2021/05/30/long-term-damage-from-covid-vaccination/
  16. Cofactors & Phytonutrients, see MnSOD, jenniferdepew.com, https://jenniferdepew.com/cofactors-%26-phyonutrients
  17. Nutrients, see Manganese and Magnesium, jenniferdepew.com, https://jenniferdepew.com/nutrients
  18. @MConceptions, “3rd dose launched on July 30th“, twitter.com, https://twitter.com/MConceptions/status/1433390269148418055?s=20
  19. Controversial Autopsy Reveals Link to COVID Vaccine. thehighwire.com, https://thehighwire.com/videos/controversial-autopsy-reveals-link-to-covid-vaccine/

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https://harvard2thebighouse.substack.com/p/our-lives-are-not-our-own

Aids, notes:

Epsom salt, magnesium sulfate, is a well absorbed form for topical soaks. Poor intestinal absorption can be a problem, especially if there is a gene difference in the TRPM6 ion channel gene.

Epsom salt soak, 20-40 minutes with a handful, one cup of magnesium sulfate
(a type of salt that isn’t Table salt, Sodium chloride).

4a. Self care strategies, effectivecare.info, https://effectivecare.info/4-1%3A-self-care-strategies

C19 Protocols: https://c19protocols.com/author/c19prot/

contaminants found in jabs, report: https://www.dropbox.com/s/jz513lflikwb403/MICROSCOPIA_DE_VIAL_CORMINATY_DR_CAMPRA_FIRMA_E_1_HORIZONTAL.pdf?dl=0

“COVID affects the intestines. Serotonin is mostly produced in the intestines. therefore, it is important to put in order the microflora (bifido + lactobacilli + broad-spectrum digestive enzymes) + add griffonia and orange, and berberine to eliminate inflammation.” – @bichikota https://twitter.com/deNutrients/status/1434494732227461120?s=20

“These studies demonstrate that baicalein attenuates mitochondrial oxidative stress by activating Nrf2-mediated MnSOD induction.” https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21787690/

Nrf2 and Nf-Kb pathways – one restorative, one inflammatory

Many phytonutrients and other chemicals have been found to promote the production of the Nrf2 gene and its encoded Nrf2 protein, both of which have varying impacts on other genes causing an increase in immune strength and in our own production of antioxidants. Other research has focused on nutrients and chemicals that inhibit or promote the inflammatory Nf-Kb pathway – a chemical cascade of reactions starting outside the cell and ending in the cell with an increase in the cell’s production of inflammatory cytokines and Tumor Necrosis Factor (TNF).

The foods and chemicals often interact with both pathways but in opposite directions, promoting one and inhibiting the other. The reason is unlikely to be a coincidence, the night/day rhythms of circadian biology also tend to promote one and inhibit the other. The Nrf2 growth/repair/detoxification system is more active during sleep/dark and the NF-kB action/inflammation pathway is more active during the wake/light hours. See 1.4, 1.41, 1.42 in this draft book to read more: Preventative Health for Multifactorial Disorders.

Nrf2 Promoting Foods & Phytonutrients:

See G10: Nrf2 Promoting Foods, effectivecare.info for the reference in the graphic (Sun 2017) and more food ideas and information.

Nrf2 Promoting Foods and Phytonutrients

Neurotransmitters also vary in activity level due to the circadian cycle and can affect whether the Nrf2 or the NF-kB pathway is more active.

The neurotransmitters and neuromodulators mentioned in the last post are part of the circadian biology rhythms. Acetylcholine, attention and memory neurotransmitter, (Pepuo 2004), is more active during the day and GABA the calming neurotransmitter is more active at night. It is inhibitory, reducing activity of other neurotransmitters such as norepinephrine and serotonin that are active during wakefulness helps the body move into sleep. Low levels of GABA are associated with insomnia and disrupted sleep (Siegel 2004), and with anxiety, chronic stress, depression, difficulty concentrating and memory problems, muscle pain and headaches, and substance use disorders. (3 AmazingBenefits of GABA/PsychologyToday)

GABA which is known to have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits may achieve it in part due to increasing the Nrf2 pathways growth, repair, and detoxification activity and by inhibiting the NF-kB and Caspase 3 pathways. (Zhu 2019) Resveratrol was found to help protect endothelial cells in animal models of Type 2 Diabetes and aging. It reduces oxidative stress by increasing the Nrf2 pathways, “improves acetylcholine-induced vasodilation, and inhibits apoptosis (assessed by measuring Caspase 3 activity and DNA fragmentation). (Ungvari 2010)

Lycopene is a phytonutrient that can help reduce inflammation by promoting the Nrf2 and inhibiting the NF-kB pathways.

The antioxidant lycopene was used in a study for use as a food additive in animal feed to help reduce oxidative stress caused by heat stress. The research team were concerned about the negative effects of heat stress on the Nrf2 and Nf-Kb pathways, causing decreased activity of the Nrf2 and increased activity of the Nf-Kb pathway. A brief description of the roles in the body is in the abstract: “The transcription entity nuclear factor-kappa light chain enhancer of B cells (NF-κB) controls the expression of genes involved in a number of physiological responses, including immune inflammatory responses, acute-phase inflammatory responses, oxidative stress responses, cell adhesion, differentiation, and apoptosis. The nuclear factor-2 erythroid related factor-2 (Nrf2), the redox-sensitive transcription factor, plays a key role in regulating induction of phase II detoxifying or antioxidant enzymes.  “ (1)

Several carotenoids in addition to lycopene also reduce inflammatory pathways and increase beneficial ones.

Lycopene is a carotenoid, one of a group of red and yellow colored antioxidants found in carrots, cantaloupe and other fruits and vegetables that tend to be orange or red in color, The best known carotenoid is beta-carotene, a form of vitamin A that is made with two of the vitamin A retinol molecules. Other carotenoids, including beta-carotene, lutein, alpha-cryptoxanthin, and zeaxanthin, also can inhibit the NF-kB pathway and increase the Nrf2 pathways, reducing inflammatory cytokine production and increasing beneficial antioxidant production. Other phytonutrients that also increase the Nrf2 and inhibit the NF-kB pathways include:

Other phytonutrients that inhibit inflammatory and promote anti-inflammatory pathways:

  • sulforaphanes and I-3-C, from broccoli sprouts, broccoli, kale, mustard greens, turnips and other cruciferous vegetables,
  • andrographolides (and other diterpenoids – found in Gingko biloba, sage, rosemary, (sciencedirect/diterpenoids)), andrographolides are found in the medicinal plant Andrographis paniculata, (Okhuaroba 2014),
  • quercetin found in “leafy vegetables, broccoli, red onions, peppers, apples, grapes, black tea, green tea, red wine, and some fruit juices“, (integrativepro.com) ,
  • curcumin from turmeric,
  • silymarin, an extract from milk thistle, a medicinal herb,
  • genistein from soy,
  • chlorophyll, the green pigment in plants, and
  • resveratrol, found in “grapes, wine, grape juice, peanuts, cocoa, and berries of Vaccinium species, including blueberries, bilberries, and cranberries.” (lpi.oregonstate.edu)
  • (See 1.42, Preventative Health for Multifactorial Diseases)

That list is a start, there are other beneficial phytonutrients that decrease inflammatory pathways and increase anti-inflammatory pathways, including: ginger/zerumbone/gingerol, green tea/EGCG/gallic acid, garlic/aged garlic extract, hot pepper/capsaicin, fish oil/omega 3 fatty acids, black pepper/piperine, Hops/xanthohumol, Plumbago auriculata/plumbagin, a medicinal herb used for lead poisoning. (de Paiva 2005) (Sun 2017) (Gupta 2010)

Protecting health over the long term and every day can be as simple as adding more variety of herbs and spices to your meals, along with more colorful fruits and vegetables and whole grains, nuts, beans, and seeds.

That list is a start, there are other beneficial phytonutrients that decrease inflammatory pathways and increase anti-inflammatory pathways, including: ginger/zerumbone/gingerol, green tea/EGCG/gallic acid, garlic/aged garlic extract, hot pepper/capsaicin, fish oil/omega 3 fatty acids, black pepper/piperine, Hops/xanthohumol, Plumbago auriculata/plumbagin, a medicinal herb used for lead poisoning. (de Paiva 2005) (Sun 2017) (Gupta 2010)

Protecting health over the long term and every day can be as simple as adding more variety of herbs and spices to your meals, along with more colorful fruits and vegetables and whole grains, nuts, beans, and seeds.

Colorful and flavorful foods can help keep the body more in the restorative Nrf2 pathways and reduce the inflammatory NF-kB pathway. The same nutrients or chemical groups effect both because the pathways are coordinated by the light/dark wake/sleep circadian cycle and share a need for the same type of protein – as if both need the same tool – they both can’t use it exactly at the same time. (CREB protein, see section 6: Li, 2008)

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References

  1. Sahin K, Modulation of NF-κB and Nrf2 pathways by lycopene supplementation in heat-stressed poultry, World’s Poultry Sci J Vol 71, Issue 2, June 2015 , pp. 271-284 https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/world-s-poultry-science-journal/article/modulation-of-nfb-and-nrf2-pathways-by-lycopene-supplementation-in-heatstressed-poultry/4E2AFAAFDF88B0B438BE3A19A1FB0A9B

Fennel Seed Diet

New/extra short term goal- regain health, reduce inflammation and lose weight by adding fennel seeds back to my daily diet. I ran out of them earlier this summer and since then hurt my knee and gained weight with the decreased activity, (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevate (RICE) can help sprained ankles and strained ligaments but 6-8 weeks is expected for recovery).

Fennel seeds are used as an after meal dessert or breath freshener in India and elsewhere. They also are a digestive aid and may help preserve bone density/prevent osteoporosis from reading I did on the topic last winter when I first added them to my daily diet. It turns out they also are thought to help weight loss based on search results-(fennel seed weight loss). I love the internet. More specific information includes potential help with anxiety & depression and also mentions the possible help as digestive aid and weight loss as an appetite suppressant : “21 Health Benefits of Fennel, and Risks & Side Effects,”  selfhacked.com. Excessive amounts daily are not recommended however the crunch and taste are lasting and a pinch, ~ 1/2 teaspoon, is a little like chewing minty gum for little while.

So my simple plan – try to eat my healthy meal choices and have a teaspoon of fennel seeds after meals and whenever I feel like snacking in between meals – and just see if that helps curb the desire for more snacking. /Day one, already feeling some positive effects./

Fennel seed are an alkalizing food – meaning after digestion the body system is more alkaline than acidic which promotes health more and may help reduce cancer risk: Alkalizing foods refers to the alkalinity after digestion.

From my wintertime notes: 

A gift from nature to help us build Nrf2 (10) and which may improve digestion  (11) and bone density (12) are the licorice flavored Fennel Seeds that might be served in a tiny dish as an appetizer or after a meal at an Indian food restaurant. The tiny crunchy seeds can be eaten directly raw or may be toasted.  A few pinches, a teaspoon or two are a reasonable digestive health aid and even seem to freshen the breath somewhat as there is also a slight minty flavor to the more predominant licorice flavor. They are sold in larger quantities, (400 gram package), in India food markets but may be found in a one ounce jar in the spice section as they are also added to soups in Western recipes.

One interaction caution is for women using estrogen based birth control pills. Fennel also contains estrogen like phytonutrients which may interfere with the use of the birth control pills as a pregnancy preventative. (11) Regarding quantity for health benefits – a study on bone density effects in post menopausal women did not find 300 mg per day effective (12) – that would be less than an 1/8th of a teaspoon. I have seen a portion described as “a handful” in an unlinked source, which is about 1/4 – 1/2 cup, and which would be a lot compared to what I eat in a day but an 1/8th teaspoon wouldn’t be much at all. I eat a pinch or two, 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon at a time several times per day. So a tablespoon (three teaspoons) to an 1/8th cup (two tablespoons or 6 teaspoons) might be consumed throughout the day when snacking from an open dish as seen in the image below. They do seem to help settle my stomach after a meal.

Not as conducive to weight loss, but delicious – putting ground fennel powder in cookies – they were incredible: Fennel Cookies-lightly licorice.

Fennel seeds, raw.

Looking to any food to resolve weight gain issues may be too simple if the problem is actually too much exposure to EMF, electromagnetic frequencies, in your environment from laptops, smartphones and other WiFi devices, and/or problems with poor sleep or oxygen intake; discussion by a neuroscientist who got curious about his own health: Tensegrity 5: Your Magnetic Sense, Dr Jack Kruse, jackkruse.com.

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