Sep 24, 2022Liked by Walter M Chesnut

Myositis describes a few of my vaxxed friends to a tee. As always I believe you are on the right track.

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How long has the spike protein really been around? Could they have used it in other vaccines without disclosing? I don’t doubt that your info on the spike is true, but I think there may be other mechanisms working with vaccines in general. My daughter was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis & +ANA after the Guardisil vaccine a few years ago. She did not receive the covid vax. I know she is my n=1, but there’s a lot of Hashi’s in young women now, so she may just be one of many.

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Sep 24, 2022Liked by Walter M Chesnut

Thank you! You are shining light right where we need it. Please keep at it.

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Sep 24, 2022Liked by Walter M Chesnut

Inclusion body myosotis is connected to the same heterogeneous group of the inflammatory myopathies that includes Dermatomyositis.


Dermatomyositis is a rare condition that causes muscle inflammation. muscle weakness, skin rashes, and interstitial lung disease. Dermatomyositis is strongly associated with malignancy and thrombosis.


I did a twitter thread on dermatomyositis here: linking it to Covid


The interesting point to note is the association with Mannose Binding Lectin - a

protein that recognises patterns of carbohydrates on the surface of cells and binds to them. It is predominantly produced in the liver and circulates in the plasma and is calcium dependent.

It is also associated with traumatic brain injury.


A deficiency is associated with immunosuppression and autoimmunity.


It is hypothesised that MBL is the cause of thrombosis in Covid.


The spike protein is highly glycosylated (gp120) - meaning it has lots of sugars that will attract MBLs and cause phagocytosis


MBLs are produced in response to UVB and Ozone



We could hypothesise that the immunosuppression and autoimmunity associated with the spike is due to a dysregulation of MBLs - with many of them preoccupied by the spike protein and therefore not available for other duties!

Similar to HIV


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I got a booster in February and had terrible symptoms after. Very similar to long covid but I don’t have any notable cognitive declines. My arm muscle where I got my shot still hurts every so often (like a very sharp pain). If you frequent the vaccine injured subreddits this is a very frequent phenomenon.

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I was diagnosed with Hashimotos thryroiditis a few years after a TBI (or aerial poisoning from 2006 world cup). I am now recently dealing with other symptoms I’d assume came from another TBI (injection or infection w/ C19). I’d assume most ppl have some kind of brain injury in their lifetime, especially now with the plethora of “vaccines”.

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Synthetic mRNA Vaccine and Prion Disease

Published in the Journal of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases


Paper accepted January 2021 to the Journal of Microbial Infectious Diseases

Summary of the paper:

Synthetic mRNA vaccines can cause Neurodegenerative Diseases, but it might not be visible for many years.

Synthetic mRNA of the vaccines can convert normal body proteins into “prions” which are defectively configured proteins. Prions cause ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease), brain degeneration, Alzheimer’s, and other neurological degenerative diseases.

Quote from the author: J. Bart Classen, MD*

“Therefore the regulatory approval [a.k.a. emergency use authorization] of the mRNA based vaccines for SARS-CoV-2 was premature and the vaccine may cause much more harm than benefit.”

“Approving a vaccine, utilizing novel RNA [synthetic mRNA] technology without extensive testing is extremely dangerous. The vaccine could be a bioweapon and even more dangerous than the original infection.”

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SPIV - Spike Protein Injury-caused Vaccine) - SPIVs for the plural form.

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WOW!  Watch before You Tube invariably takes it down!!!


Cited supra is a Round Table with stellar participants, including Walter Chesnut, J. C. Couey, Jessica Rose, Spartacus, and Charles Rixey.The whole Round Table is almost five hours.


Wondrous Walter, the masters' master brilliant puzzler's ever evolving theory is that we are being damaged by SPIKE INJURY ENDOTHELIAL DISEASE  Thus, autoimmunity and prion disease are derived from repetitive injuries. 

Start at ONE HOUR THIRTY FOUR MINUTES  for his two new discoveries relative to endothelial damage. 

 Analogizing it to Paraquat poisoning, the blood gas barrier in the lungs is being damaged by endothelial damage and oxygen can not be pumped in. NOT PNEUMONIA. The treatment was all wrong.    

The heterogeneity of autoimmune disease subsequent to exposure to the spike protein or the virus is due to repeated injury.  Damaged tissue induces autoimmune disease.  Whether a person will get what autoimmune disease is heterogeneously dependent  on which individual's tissue has suffered repeated injuries and auto-antibodies. Similarly,  in the manner of TBI - traumatic brain injury - repeated injury is concurrent with prion disease.

Skip through the entire Round Table for compelling discussions.

MY COMPLAINT:  MORE WALTER!  I wanted to hear more, more, more from Walter!!!!

I am hoping that Walter will soon be interviewed again by J C Couey.  These are wonderful interviews!  PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE!!


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This is unfolding like a Russian doll and we are no nearer the end than the beginning. So sad!

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Hey Walt. Have you seen this paper yet?



"Cathepsin L1 is a member of the Peptidase C1 (cathepsin) MEROPS family, which plays an important role in diverse processes including normal lysosome mediated protein turnover, antigen and proprotein processing, and apoptosis. Its substrates include collagen and elastin, as well as alpha-1 protease inhibitor, a major controlling element of neutrophil elastase activity. The encoded protein has been implicated in several pathologic processes, including myofibril necrosis in myopathies and in myocardial ischemia, and in the renal tubular response to proteinuria."

Interesting, isn't it?

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Anyone knows if the \/ed keep on making SC2 antibodies?

Any specific antibody that they keep on making (IgM, IgG, IgA, etc.)

Many, if not most antibodies (of all kinds) have at least some cross reactivity.


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