SARS induced Death in mice via dysfunction of the Medulla via the OLFACTORY NERVE
what role does the PCR nasal swab rammed far up the nasal cavity play?
Reports of loss of sense of smell with C19 "infections"
Related to your statement?
"Perhaps the most striking and disturbing aspect of this discovery is that the mice had VERY LITTLE INFECTION in the LUNGS. And, the virus entered the brain via the OLFACTORY BULB.
Herein, we use these mice to show that virus enters the brain primarily via the olfactory bulb, and infection results in rapid, transneuronal spread to connected areas of the brain."
I had electrical nerve conduction testing done some years back for suspected autoimmune induced neuropathy in extremities. Man, that sure was a barrel of fun (not!). I can't imagine that sort of testing would be a good thing to do to a brain / brainstem, as a lobotomy isn't a desirable outcome.
Anyone know if there is any (non-invasive) way to test for myelin degradation in the brainstem while people are still alive, or is it autopsy only? I'm unjabbed, but I think I probably had a mild case of covid in 2021. I never went to the doc to get tested/remdesivir poisoned - just took my IVM & C/D/Z/Q and rather quickly got over whatever it was on my own. Did not want to deal with the malign medical system unless absolutely necessary. Sure hope those who experienced it "in the wild" and recovered normally are not also at risk for this time-delayed de-meylinization sneak attack.....
I’m wondering if anyone can tell me if the “N Protein” is revering to nucleocapsid? I’m guessing S is for “spike” ... I am wondering if there are other proteins not categorized as S or N? I am a layperson who has learned a little rudimentary knowledge during covid ... I appreciate your patience and time 🙏
Blue light can further exacerbate the issue as it destroys B12, critical for nerve function. I wonder if structured water combined with sunlight could be a potential solution. Montagnier was onto something with water: https://romanshapoval.substack.com/p/water-insulates-emf
And what is the behavior of the spike in other corona viruses? Maybe they have been behaving the same way in mice brains in the lab and this is nothing new?
My son is unvaxxed and 14 years old. He's had one infection (that we know of ) with covid in May 2022. In Feb 2023 he started having headaches and chest pain, then fainting episodes in March (unconscious for 3 hours first time). They have done neurological and cardio tests and find nothing. I'm convinced that it is a result of a covid infection, perhaps it took that long to manifest or he had a 2nd very mild infection recently. What you write really scares me as no doctor here in NZ has a clue, and they certainly don't think it has anything to do with covid. He's had no PCRs. We don't have access to IVM here in NZ, so we have been taking vitamins D, C, quercetin, zinc etc since 2021. We thought we'd done well to have mild cases of covid but I agree that spike protein is much more dangerous than I originally thought. Don't regret not being vaxxed knowing how bad spike is.
This confirms my resolve to keep taking my full stack of supplements. We are all at varying degrees or risk.
Some studies now of the genetic code revealed rabies code in covid virus code. Rabies is known to use nerves to travel to the brain and brainstem, takes time but eventually it infects the brain. Is the rabies code responsible for the affinity of nerve travel of covid like using the olfactory nerve for example. And therefore loss of smell because olfactory nerve gets infected?
I think I just read about a moyamoya death after covid injections. (In Mark Crispin Miller's sudden death posts)Brain stem rare condition. We knew someone prior to covid that had moyamoya & kept getting sent home from the ER & told she just had migraines -until her mother insisted she was having strokes (at age 17) and forced them to do a scan. She was indeed having strokes. She was able to get life saving surgery in time.
Thank you for this information.
So many people around me that had covid didn't have lungs / respiratory symptoms.
Do you think some of the sudden deaths were related to respiratory arrest at the brainstem?
Thank you again, Walter! ❤️
Apart from nicotine (patches or chewing gum) and ivermectin+supplements, is there any other thing that may help recover the damaged brain stem?
Brilliant Walter... I've forwarded this many times already this morning... Essential and overlooked detail, really appreciate your diligence on this topic, thank you for your hard work.
the excuse to make orwell's fictional 1984 non-fiction.
I remember reading an autopsy report detecting virus presence in stem… in 2020…
How this virus gets from olfactory bulb to brain stem?