Jun 24, 2022Liked by Walter M Chesnut

you really got it!

thank you for your dedication, continued tireless work and service to humanity. there is God's hand after all and there is always hope!

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Jun 24, 2022·edited Jun 24, 2022Liked by Walter M Chesnut

For most of history, our fate was determined by the family we were born into. But now we have access to tools, ideas, proven frameworks, communities and researchers like Walter to help us rapidly accelerate our understanding of amyloid cascade and how we will continue developing our thinking about it.

We all have two choices: what’s easy or what’s going to help us grow our understanding.

Mindset can be an enemy or an ally. Effort and focus always win at the end.

Easy is the enemy. And so are apathy and convenience. 

Thinking and understanding, freedom to THINK & to UNDERSTAND doesn’t come from easy. Our own brain, perceptions, beliefs sabotage us most of the times we choose to go down the hole of EASY. Freedom to THINK and to understand comes from struggle and growth. It comes by doing something that counts, something that’s meaningful.

Walter, I love and admire you. Consider yourself hugged.

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Ray Peat PhD has several articles on Amyloidosis, misfolded proteins and prion disease in general. There exists some simple mitigating strategies which some here might find helpful if you’ve experienced spike protein infection/transfection.

I have no affiliation, but I’ve been studying his research and self-experimenting with Dr. Peat’s ideas for ten years and found these strategies VERY helpful as I age.

The quote below is from this article.


“Everything that is known about the “always fatal” prionic diseases, the diseases of disturbed protein folding, suggests that they can be avoided and even reversed by systematically reversing the processes that amplify inflammation.

People who take aspirin, drink coffee, and use tobacco, have a much lower incidence of Alzheimer’s disease than people who don’t use those things. Caffeine inhibits brain phospholipase, making it neuroprotective in a wide spectrum of conditions. In recent tests, aspirin has been found to prevent the misfolding of the prion protein, and even to reverse the misfolded beta sheet conformation, restoring it to the harmless normal conformation. Nicotine might have a similar effect, preventing deposition of amyloid fibrils and disrupting those already formed (Ono, et al., 2002). Vitamin E, aspirin, progesterone, and nicotine also inhibit phospholipase, which contributes to their antiinflammatory action. Each of the amyloid-forming proteins probably has molecules that interfere with its toxic accumulation.

Thyroid hormone, vitamins A and E, niacinamide (to inhibit systemic lipolysis), magnesium, calcium, progesterone, sugar, saturated fats, and gelatin all contribute in basic ways to prevention of the inflammatory states that eventually lead to the amyloid diseases. The scarcity of degenerative brain disease in high altitude populations is consistent with a protective role for carbon dioxide.“

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Thanks for the link. Very interesting article by Ray Peat, I’d recommend everyone to give it a read. His comments give me some hope regarding all of this:

“If the prion theory is correct about the conversion of a normal protein into the pleated sheet, it isn’t necessarily correct about the incurability of the condition. The innate immune system should be able to inactivate the prion just as it does the bacterial endotoxin, if we remove the conditions that cause the innate immune reaction to amplify the inflammation beyond control.”

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I’ve read that TUDCA and Ivermectin can bind spike protein, but I haven’t done a deep dive on that yet. It seems to me those might be useful. Proteolytic enzymes too, maybe?

I do the T3, aspirin, coffee, collagen vitamins A,D,E,K, soaking in magnesium sulfate, bio-identical progesterone and have chronically avoided all PUFA for ten years. This regimen has profoundly improved my cognitive function and overall health. There was a time when I couldn’t drive, kept getting lost etc, could not recall words/names. It was very frightening. I even reversed a diagnosis of mitral valve prolapse, proven with ultrasound.

I’m 100% convinced Amyloidosis, of any etiology, can be reversed.

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Meme, are you saying that by using all of these supplements you were able to reverse your MVP, or was there something else you did to correct it?

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Yes, I’ve done nothing else to correct it.

In my 30’s I was told by my GP that I had “noisy” heart valves. At his recommendation I went to a cardiologist who performed a bunch of tests and diagnosed the MVP. He told me it was fairly common, probably genetic and there was nothing that could be done about it.

Fast forward twenty years, somewhere on the internet I found an interview where Dr.Peat discusses MVP and describes a “jelly-like” substance that builds up around the valve which is causing the prolapse. I started experimenting with all of the supplements he recommends in late 2012. By that time I had accrued many other cognitive and physical symptoms which were affecting my life.

At my 2016 cardiologist appointment I did a bunch of tests, a stress test, EKG, ultrasound etc and they showed me that my valves were perfectly normal and quiet, with no regurgitation. So that was 3.5 years into my experiment I can tell you that ALL of my heart symptoms (dizziness, heart fluttering, breathlessness, palpitations, fatigue, etc) were gone as well. I would call that a CURE, but folks aren’t allowed to say that.

I should also mention that it’s damn near impossible to find a doctor in America who will prescribe T3, I know of one who practices in Atlanta and two in CA. I purchased T3 for many years over the counter from a pharmacy in Mexico until I finally found a doctor who would listen to me. There’s a book on Amazon called Recovering with T3 that has very safe/sensible dosing instructions if you’re bold enough to self-experiment. Dr. Peat believes that many/most folks over the age of 50 probably need this extra support to keep those processes of aging/inflammation/amyloidosis at bay.

My theory, based on those around me that took experimental injections, is that those folks are aging RAPIDLY before my very eyes. But they won’t listen to a word I say cuz I’m not a doctor even though I’ve spent the last decade doing intense research and self-experiments 🤷🏻‍♀️

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Thank you for your response. I do not deny that you have cured yourself with researching and pursuing healing on your own. That is wonderful! I am on the same journey now. Thankful for all the info

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All of Dr. Peat’s research articles are fully cited at the bottom for further research. I wish you much luck in your journey! ♥️♥️♥️

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I asked mr. Chesnut some questions, but you might have provided some answers there. I'll read your piece again. (it's 7:30 AM here and I need another coffee)!

Thank you.

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This is one of the most significant essays I have read on Covid. You not only identify the pathology very clearly, you also identify the sauce, prognosis and amelioration of the disease. In short you have saved lives. It is shameful that knowledgeable people have chosen to be silent. Evil wins when good people do nothing. I would only add nattokinase from fermented soy is not only very tasty, it also contains an enzyme that dissolves amyloid protein, along with Lumbrokinase. Virtue has its own reward, my friend.

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I will never trust 90% of the people on this planet again.

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That’s probably a good strategy for self-preservation 😅

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So is does this mean there is a likelihood we have a society of AD zombies in a year or two?

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It is already happening. Would we even notice?

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We already have a large cohort of AD zombies among us. My father has been demented for twenty years. He recently said to me, "Maybe I have early Alzheimer's." I replied, "Early?" in a sarcastic tone. He's too far gone to realize I was saying he's been demented for decades. His true self becomes ever more apparent as his mental capacities decline. He's a monster. Selfish, brutal, cruel, ugly, hideous. Hopefully the AD patients spawned by the covid poison injections will die very quickly, not slowly, as traditional dementia patients do.

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Jun 24, 2022·edited Jun 24, 2022

I'm not a microbiologist, my day to day work is about very different subject matter, and I am trying to make a full picture what is happening, in my head.


I have two questions, please:

So.... What is unclear to me where exactly is the difference between a naturally occurring Alzheimers Disease (small amounts) and how the large amounts of Spike would make a difference?

Secondly, can you please explain shortly why the massive inflammation is needed to trigger this cascade of amyloidosis? Is that because the body would take care of smaller amounts of superantigens, would not be overwhelmed, and it would not lead to a cascade?

Are there (multiple) tipping points? I'm trying to get my head around the mechanism those tipping point hinge on.


Then an observation: I never bought into the explanation (that they're just "winging it") that some people came up with, for the manufacturers to have very different dose amounts (comparing Pfizer-BioNTech to Moderna).

Then, finally I really, really think someone competent should interview you, or cast these observations into some documentary form for easier digestion.

Thank you, on behalf of everyone. Please watch your six. We can't afford to lose you and your (honest) colleages.

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Thank you SO much for this invaluable work. God bless!

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It is conceivable that the mysterious(or covered up?) hepatitis cases in more and more children around the world might have something to do with hepatic amyloidosis(A primary H.A. case study: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4766262/).

Have they ever done liver biopsy in those children with liver failures/transplants to look for amyloid deposits?

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Important paper along with this other one: https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/jacs.2c03925

Where they prove in vitro the amyloid creation from the S1 spike protein.

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Excellent hypotheses, continued research, clear explication and frequent publication!

You are a Champion!

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Bravo! And this would also apply to the inflammatory cancer cascade. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8267706/

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Wow!  Wondrous Walter's excellence! 

Although contentious, if graphene oxide could possibly be in the jabs, then this study hailing from 2018 is of interest.                       

"Our work shows that graphene can induce the misfolding of prion protein and may cause the  potential risk to biosystems."

 Environ Res. 2019 Apr;171:1-10. doi: 10.1016/j.envres.2018.12.057. Epub 2018 Dec 28.

How graphene affects the misfolding of human prion protein: A combined experimental and molecular dynamics simulation study

Yongchang Zhu 1, Jingjing Guo 1, Ai Zhang 1, Lanlan Li 2, Xuewei Liu 1, Huanxiang Liu 3, Xiaojun Yao 4

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I believe we are being led to a cure either through group intelligence,synchronicity or a higher spiritual intervention.See my comment on previous article re aspirin and it’s role in AD as researched bu Rush medical centre in Chicago.

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Good case study. At least someone is still doing science.

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Sunday, 6/26/22. There are two full page ads, one in the front section of the newspaper and another in the Parade magazine, entitled Do You Have Heart Failure. Suggest you ask your cardiologist about ATTR-CM (transthyretin amyloid cardiomyopathy). ConnectHeartFailure.com. Brought to you by Pfizer.

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