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It's Not "Spike Proteins." It's Something Else.
We have much better information than this now. Don't be fooled (again).
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"Spike proteins" are FICTION.
We don't know what causes the temporary transference of symptoms for sure other than the fact that IT IS NOT CONTAGION.
Too many people are reporting temporary proximity symptoms that resolve when the toxicity is removed from the environment for that to NOT be real, and we certainly have the miscarriage and heavy period data to prove that something is rotten in Denmark.
But "spike proteins" are not a thing.
You know how when someone else pukes you feel sick and sometimes you puke too?
Or when you smell rotten meat and then you feel like you’re going to hurl?
It's like that.
The body tries to keep the toxins out preemptively. The body can sense somehow when people and objects in the immediate environment are toxic and it attempts to keep out any toxins that might pose a potential threat before they do.
The body is kind of cool like that. It has this horribly disgusting built-in diarrhea/upchuck/snot alarm that is meant to keep toxins out and keep you safe by alerting you to the fact that you are near something you shouldn’t be - and this often causes a preventative chain reaction, even if there are no toxins around. Merely the smell of something that could be potentially toxic might trigger this response.
Sickness is detoxing you.
That's what sickness IS.
It's the body's natural detoxification process.
The mechanism for how it's sending this information from person to person... we don't know that exactly.
We need to study it.
Like real studies.
But yes - you are getting temporarily sick because your body is sensing it and trying to keep it out.
You get better when you are not in proximity to the toxic person or object to which your body is reacting.
UNLESS YOU ARE PREGNANT.
I cannot stress this enough....
LADIES: Do not chance it.
There have been many miscarriages that unvaxxed women have suffered through proximity to the vaccinated alone. This reaction tends to happen before the placenta is fully formed in pregnancy, during the first trimester. The same pathway may cause the body to abort. Be careful just in case.
FOR THE GUYS: I couldn't possibly tell you if that part is affecting your sperm.
We need to study that.
Use your discernment, especially if you're going to try to have kids.
And that was calculated BEFORE the shots and the 5G roll out.
(All of you need to read Hormonageddon, please.)
Be careful. We don't know for sure, but it could end up being a Children of Men scenario, so continue to use your best judgment moving forward.
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