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I've been begging my brother to get d-dimer, LDH, and a tropinin levels checked. He's 3x injected and recently had covid. He now complains of his eyes bothering him and most lately hypotension upon rising. He says no and comes up with all the craziest excuses that he can to explain it away. I'm starting to sense and hear a true fear in his voice. I equate the awakening to a rape victims initial reaction. It's quite terrifying and disturbing for all involved. Grief therapy techniques maybe very usefull tools to have in our toolboxes to help those who come to realize how bamboozled they've been.

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I hope he gets relief and treatment. He should get those checked. I know it's expensive and insurance probably won't cover it, but muclear imaging to investigate the microvasculature would be great.

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Thank you. Thank you so much. Love and light to you, me.

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Replying to say that after 1 injection (J&J), my 90 yr old mom who has arthritis (arthritis that NO ONE has ever called "rheumatoid arthritis") suddenly had an eye problem - "melting cornea" or scleromalacia - a suspected autoimmune problem attacking her cornea. She now has 3 eye doctors and a rheumatologist and needs to be on an immunosuppressant for the rest of her life. Get those eyes checked out on your brother.

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Interesting you mention his eyes, these can be one of the first places that can indicate autoimmune disorders.

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Aug 17, 2022Liked by Walter M Chesnut

I remember your hypothesis and as per usual it turns out to be correct. It seems counterintuitive to hit the "like" with the ramifications of the damaged mitochondria.

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Agreed.

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In these situations I think of the "like" as "I appreciate the information." Wish they would give us another option, though.

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Aug 17, 2022Liked by Walter M Chesnut

Holy crow. Still reliably tweeting #walterwasright on the twitter...because you have been right over the target the whole time.

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Thanks, Eudora!

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Aug 17, 2022Liked by Walter M Chesnut

It is truly a well designed bio weapon. Thank you for sharing your wisdom and knowledge

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Genius! Brilliant analysis and description of theory, Walter! Thank you for investigating ideas that may seem inconceivable to many, yet fit the facts extremely well. This also parallels my personal experience, noting that revitalizing my mitochondria following 18 months of longhaul covid are pulling me noticeably back to former energy levels and sense of being my pre-covid health. By focusing on doing everything to bolster my mitochondria health post long-haul covid, I'm seeing remarkable improvement in my ability to exercise at levels beyond my reach these past 2.5 years (with the last year relapse and symptom free). The mitochondria are key! Thanks to all your excellent research and findings, it may be possible for all spike-protein injured to regain health and quality of life once again. Your work is like a beacon of light in the dark, leading us ever onward and upward. Thank you so very much!

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I'm interested in your methods for revitalizing mitochondria, if you wouldn't mind sharing.

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(1) I'm reading the book, Mitochondria and the Future of Medicine, written by Naturopathic Doctor Lee Know. I also watch interviews with Dr. Lee Know on YouTube, and adjust my supplement regimen accordingly, based on my situation and age and so forth. (2) I utilize red light therapy, to invigorate and encourage mitochondria health. (3) I exercise moderately every day--avoiding over-doing anything. (4) I get optimal sleep and rest for mitochondria health. And (5) I stay hydrated with electrolytes.

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Thank you for this info. I will find Dr. Know on YouTube.

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You may want to look at Dr Mercola's interview on low dose Methylene Blue. It's had some very interesting uses in the past and hydroxychloroquine is a derivative. There are some contraindications but in general it is an old and well used drug.

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Ari Whitten authored a book on Red Light Therapy. It’s an easy read. And, he recently published a new book, Eat for Energy. The opening chapter? “Meet Your Mitochondria.” You might check out one/both of those.

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Thank you!

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Thanks, Cynthia. Wioll keep working. And great work! I hope you continue to improve.

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Aug 17, 2022Liked by Walter M Chesnut

General Sherman should have burnt to the ground the UNC BSL-2 lab on his way to Georgia.

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Indeed.

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Their method of ensuring that vaccines didn't interfere with the results was to wait 30 days from the last vaccination.

Not to just compare to unvaccinated.

26 of the 33 with PASC were vaccinated. They don't make any attempt to break out the vaccinated v unvaccinated data.

Total clowns.

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By definition, Long Covid applies to unjabbed patients only, as it would be hard to distinguish between Long Covid and jab harm.

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Exactly.. see my similar comment regarding the potential correlation between finding free floating spike and being vaccinated. Garbage.

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Aug 17, 2022Liked by Walter M Chesnut

Thx Walter. Do you have a hypothesis on this constant throat clearing the jabbed seem to have? Are the lungs developing fibrils, thus affecting gaseous exchange?

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Aug 20, 2022Liked by Walter M Chesnut

I am in the never-injected category my Prime Minister calls the misogynist, racist, extremist, science-hating fringe minority with unacceptable views. I have had this hoarseness and catarrh ever since Feb. 2020 when I had a mild case of what was probably SARS2 at the time when many nursing homes here started having outbreaks and deaths. I am over 65 but have no "co-morbidities" and no other vaccines for over 30 years. I had been on quercetin, zinc, EGCG, C and D for several months already so the infection itself seemed to be a nothing-burger - but I had a dry gaggy cough, deep fatigue, heart palps, loud tinnitus, shortness of breath and brain fog for over three months following. Got physically better and tolerated exercise again but the memory loss, word retrieval problems and tinnitus didn't get better. Got what was probably Omicron in Dec. 2021, barely a 2-day cold, but the long haul symptoms came back immediately. This time they were quelled quickly by adding ivermectin to my arsenal. Hoarseness, shortness of breath and gaggy cough recur whenever I am around the boosted for any length of time, e.g. food shopping or socializing. Ivermectin no longer helps. But homeopathic Ipecac 6 does.

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Aug 20, 2022Liked by Walter M Chesnut

Yeah, this is what Walter Chesnut was worried about. Infection, but definitely injection begins the process

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Exactly. It doesn't matter if we are jabbed (tho prob worse) or not, the REINFECTIONS and reexposure to the Spike Protein are taking their toll.

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No, but I will look into it. Thanks.

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Curious if you are just seeing throat clearing. I met a woman who was almost “straining” to speak as if vocal chords affected. I felt bad for her and thought maybe she had had surgery. But it wasn’t until I encountered two other women that also seemed as if their vocal chords were damaged that I wondered about the jab. I don’t know if any of them had received the shot. All three were middle aged not elderly.

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I hear it from lots of people. I looked at the finger tips and nails to see if clubbing is evident

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I had Covid in February, not vaxxed, started deep in the lungs and 5 days later the cold symptoms started. Then the voice was affected. Took me 6 weeks to get rid of coughing and the „voice chord inflammation“.

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got it myself ... has been few weeks, but still a bit problem with throat, but getting better everyday. am trying ricottas the last couple of days and seems to have an effect ... or perhaps was just time for it to go.

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Aug 17, 2022Liked by Walter M Chesnut

Walter mentioned quercetin curcumin, try serrapeptase too.

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yes, taking both daily. i also got into the habit of using curcumin in any meal daily. this morning is much better, almost gone. thanks!

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Don't forget black pepper, buddy...

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Aug 17, 2022Liked by Walter M Chesnut

My friend's brother, who is four times jabbed, has been sick for over 6 months and they finally gave him a diagnosis of Sjogren's. My friend is a fierce jab supporter and doesn't think anything of this or the fact that her brother and all of her 4 jabbed relatives have all had covid as well. I am her one unjabbed friend and I have not had covid yet. The brainwashing in Canada is very strong.

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I hope that this dissipates over time, and is not in indefinite circulation.

This seems like it's pre-Omicron though, correct? So Omicron spike could be different?

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Omicron is Mers-Cov-2, that is the prion domain of the spike protein has not YET been activated. Sars-Cov-2 has 50% Mers-Cov genome, also sequences of amino acids from M. leprae (poxviridae is actually a mycobacterium, not a virus), Measles, M. bovis, B. anthracis, Y. pestis, M. tuberculosis and much more. The difference between Delta and Omicron is the activation of the prion domain (yes for Delta, no for Omicron). Watch out for recombinant pathogens Delta + Omicron.

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Aug 18, 2022Liked by Walter M Chesnut

What might activate the prion domain?

Also, if poxviridae is actually a mycobacterium, then some antibiotics might help?

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If I had to say right now, I think the Spike's signaling abilities are most likely the cause. Still working.

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Here is a gem from the past: smallpox is a variant of M. leprae (and so is measles)

https://archive.org/details/b30503036/page/n34/mode/1up (pg 16-19)

The prion domain of Omicron has already been activated in the lab some years prior to 2019, now the pathogenic agent is deattenuating, slowly working its way to the original form. The prion domain will be activated by some recombinant Omicron-Delta (P618R mutation) variant.

Those antibiotics would have to be administered specifically for smallpox/MPV, one might want to check with a medical doctor.

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This is the first I've heard reference to "Mers-Cov-2" - are you saying Omicron highly resembles MERS and could thus be categorized as a whole new novel virus? I'll admit I know very little about MERS, yet I could see how a recombinant version of the two could be quite terrible...

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Omicron uses the DPP4 cellular receptor, same as Mers-Cov. It has a huge R0, even higher than measles, same as Mers-Cov (7-19, in South Korea). Sars-Cov-2 (the genome) is Mers-Cov 50%. Omicron, which does not have its prion domain activated as of yet, was used to allow the events which have unfolded since January to take place without restrictions. Now, Omicron (see the B.2.75.2 variant and the Omicron-Delta recombinant variants) is moving towards a more virulent form, and eventually it will activate its prion domain. The final variant will be ISOMERIC, that is, coded with Pseudouridine, instead of Uracil, just like the spike proteins in the cmRNA vaccines.

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This is a disturbing prognosis. Though I appreciate you sharing it.

Particularly because it seems the use of pseudouridine may become a focal point of contention in this lawsuit by Moderna now.

Are you insinuating that Omicron was an intentional release rather than a natural mutation over a long incubation period? I've yet to understand how Omicron came to be, with so many mutations profoundly different than the original strain...

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Wife is struggling with long covid, any advice or anything to help her overcome it?

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You might try her on pine needle tea to see if that helps.

https://www.albertawildcraft.com/post/pine-pinus-suramin-shikimic-acid-and-how-to-make-your-own-pine-needle-herbal-tea

If you make your own, strain it really well or it will up her flatulence level to bed-time blanket blowing eleventy. 👀

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She needs antibiotics (Sars-Cov-2 = M. avium), clarithromycin and azithromycin. Use also bromelaine (proteolytic enzyme) and quercetin to attack the spike proteins.

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contact Dr Kory. drpierrekory.com

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FLCCC

Right now the best known teatment is the same as for the virus

IVM, HCQ, Zn, vitamins C and D, at lower dosages but longer term than for active virus infections.

Dr. Marik says he has seen improvement, especially in the worst cases.

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Take a close look at the effect on mitochondria

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I am confused by this paper.... we see that about 75% of the patients were "vaccinated". Also that a little less than 75% of the patients had free floating spike protein. I'm going to go out on a limb and suggest that the patients found with free floating spike were the vaccinated patients. The study doesn't do that simple correlation now, does it. Hmmmmmmm

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makes sense ... but again, i am a layman ... nobody.

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Unvaxxed. 10th day with this “virus”. Symptoms are now congestion & cough. Not much taste or smell to speak of. Can’t get enough to drink. Physical activity is difficult & tiring. But I have this weird symptom & I can’t put my finger on it. It’s a feeling of being on something that makes you feel “high” almost. Almost “wired “ feeling. What is that?? What should I be taking now to help? I’m currently taking Centurion’s Defender immunity boost.& Life’s Abundance multi vit. Any suggestions by anyone will be appreciated.

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Hey guys e develope pretty bad alopecia areata after my second shot, still dealing with the situation after 8 months. I am a healty and active 32 yo male, I m looking for tips on how and what to get tested, I have my 6 month medical visit and I want to get some in depth thest! Please and thank you, best regards, George

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I believe that the jabs (and reinfections to a lesser degree) have ruined INTRAcellular immunity, so cells have trouble getting rid of the spike protein.

This is an interesting article on intracellular immunity, RNA sensing and interferon role:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4192899/

I believe that the jabs may cause cells to cleave (cut) exactly the spike protein (at the Furin Cleavage Site dividing S1-S2?).

This may also explain why HCQ, and IVM seem to help with LC and jab harm, as they modify the intracellular environment, making it less suitable for many INTRAcellular parasites.

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