Health Implications of Vaccines

Here is another excellent article, this one from Mercura Wang at the Epoch Times. I recommend it.

Vaccine-Injured and Boosted Have Weaker, Overworked Immune Systems

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I would say the important facts that could be found out about vaccinations has already been published and collected. But it is important too, that this is confirmed again and again in more and more details.

There are new trends too - an artificial desease is “named” as “contagious vaccine”:

Groups of scientists are currently developing ‘self-spreading vaccines’ that could infect others from vaccinated to unvaccinated people or between vaccinated to unvaccinated animals, according to National Geographic.

The vaccines use cytomegalovirus (CMVs), a group that belongs to the herpes family. According to Mayo Clinic, once infected with the virus, your body retains the virus for life.

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/article/the-controversial-quest-to-make-a-contagious-vaccine

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According to a [recent article]([https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9167431/pdf/12985_2022_Article_1831.pdf] published in Virology Journal, the possible causes of decreased immunity among the vaccinated population include the following:

  1. N1-methylpseudouridine: Two widely used vaccine platforms were developed based on mRNA technology by Pfizer and Moderna. Both vaccines use N1-methylpseudouridine in their genetic code, and are delivered with a lipid nanoparticle (LNP) formulation. After vaccination, the mRNA enters the cells and produces spike proteins by using materials from the cells. The spike proteins are supposed to trigger an immune response, which produces neutralizing antibodies to prevent the body from being infected by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. However, it has been discovered that the replacement of uracil with this pseudouridine in the genetic code can suppress this immune response mechanism, and N1-methylpseudouridine has been observed to diminish the activity of innate immune sensors.

  2. Spike proteins: After inoculation with mRNA vaccines, instead of immediately decaying, the spike proteins remain in the body for over four months. According to a study published in the journal Neurobiology of Disease and subsequent studies, spike proteins can trigger a pro-inflammatory response on brain endothelial cells, which form the blood-brain barrier, and damage vascular endothelial cells, which are also conditional innate immune cells. As a result, spike proteins can damage the immune system.

  3. Lipid nanoparticles (LNPs): According to a study published in the journal Cell Press, LNPs are highly inflammatory. In the study, intradermal and intramuscular injections of LNPs led to the production of inflammatory cytokines and chemokines in lab rats. And when LNPs were delivered by intranasal injections, besides similar robust inflammatory responses, cases of sickness and death were also observed in lab rats, with the underlying mechanism currently remaining unresolved. According to Pfizer’s own study, after vaccination, LNPs can become distributed and accumulate in different organs, including the liver, spleen, and adrenal glands.

  4. Antibody-dependent enhancement: Antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE) occurs when antibodies generated during an immune response after viral infection or vaccination help a pathogen get into cells, thus assisting the virus to infect a larger number of cells than it would have on its own. Usually, ADE results in more severe illness in a patient than if the individual had never been vaccinated. Therefore, when ADE takes place, the body’s innate immune responses will be changed and cells’ antiviral responses inhibited.

5. Original antigenic stimulus: It’s also called the original antigenic sin (OAS) and is the immune memory of a previous exposure to an antigen, preventing a vaccine from being effective against a related antigen. Therefore, the immunity against antigens similar to the previous one has been decreased due to OAS, instead of being increased. Therefore, due to the above reasons, people who have received the COVID-19 vaccines may end up with a fatigued and weaker immune system.)) published in Virology Journal , the possible causes of decreased immunity among the vaccinated population include the following:

1. N1-methylpseudouridine: Two widely used vaccine platforms were developed based on mRNA technology by Pfizer and Moderna. Both vaccines use N1-methylpseudouridine in their genetic code, and are delivered with a lipid nanoparticle (LNP) formulation. After vaccination, the mRNA enters the cells and produces spike proteins by using materials from the cells. The spike proteins are supposed to trigger an immune response, which produces neutralizing antibodies to prevent the body from being infected by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. However, it has been discovered that the replacement of uracil with this pseudouridine in the genetic code can suppress this immune response mechanism, and N1-methylpseudouridine has been observed to diminish the activity of innate immune sensors.

2. Spike proteins: After inoculation with mRNA vaccines, instead of immediately decaying, the spike proteins remain in the body for over four months. According to a study published in the journal Neurobiology of Disease and subsequent studies, spike proteins can trigger a pro-inflammatory response on brain endothelial cells, which form the blood-brain barrier, and damage vascular endothelial cells, which are also conditional innate immune cells. As a result, spike proteins can damage the immune system.

3. Lipid nanoparticles (LNPs): According to a study published in the journal Cell Press, LNPs are highly inflammatory. In the study, intradermal and intramuscular injections of LNPs led to the production of inflammatory cytokines and chemokines in lab rats. And when LNPs were delivered by intranasal injections, besides similar robust inflammatory responses, cases of sickness and death were also observed in lab rats, with the underlying mechanism currently remaining unresolved. According to Pfizer’s own study, after vaccination, LNPs can become distributed and accumulate in different organs, including the liver, spleen, and adrenal glands.

4. Antibody-dependent enhancement: Antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE) occurs when antibodies generated during an immune response after viral infection or vaccination help a pathogen get into cells, thus assisting the virus to infect a larger number of cells than it would have on its own. Usually, ADE results in more severe illness in a patient than if the individual had never been vaccinated. Therefore, when ADE takes place, the body’s innate immune responses will be changed and cells’ antiviral responses inhibited.

5. Original antigenic stimulus: It’s also called the original antigenic sin (OAS) and is the immune memory of a previous exposure to an antigen, preventing a vaccine from being effective against a related antigen. Therefore, the immunity against antigens similar to the previous one has been decreased due to OAS, instead of being increased.

Therefore, due to the above reasons, people who have received the COVID-19 vaccines may end up with a fatigued and weaker immune system.

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However, there are measures that can prevent a decline in immune function, including:

1) Discontinuation of booster shots: This is the most direct and effective way to avoid COVID-19 vaccines’ adverse effects on immunity.

2) Limiting the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). These drugs can relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and lower a patient’s high body temperature. However, fever is actually a common mechanism for our body to fight infectious disease, and it achieves this in two ways. First, a high body temperature speeds up the cells’ operations, including the ones that fight the disease. Second, a high body temperature can make it difficult for viruses to survive. For instance, a body temperature between 40°C and 41°C can reduce the replication rate of poliovirus by 200-fold. Therefore, a fever actually boosts the body’s immune function. So, to not reduce the body’s immune function, we should limit the use of NSAIDs in lowering body temperature. Other methods can be employed to lower a high body temperature, including drinking plenty of cool water and putting a damp towel on the forehead.

3) Proper use of antibiotics: Trillions of beneficial bacteria live in our gastrointestinal tract, respiratory tract, and mouth, as well as on our skin. When taking antibiotics, they are being wiped out along with the “bad” bacteria that the antibiotics intend to eliminate. A reduction in the number of beneficial bacteria may weaken our immune system, causing viral invasion and replication. Therefore, we should take caution and care when taking antibiotics, to avoid a decline in immunity.

4) Quitting smoking: Smoking weakens our body’s immunity in multiple ways. There’s growing evidence that cigarette smoking causes abnormalities in innate immune responses, although scientists are still trying to figure out the underlying mechanisms. Also, the many hazardous chemicals contained in cigarettes, including 70 known cancer-causing ones, negatively affect adaptive immune cells, and cause oxidative stress, DNA damage, and inflammation. Smoking reduces the levels of protective antioxidants in the bloodstream, including vitamin C levels, which is important for the proper functioning of the immune system. Therefore, smoking negatively impacts both innate and adaptive immune systems, making smokers immunocompromised. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), smokers are more likely to develop severe illness and pass away due to COVID-19 infection than people who have never smoked. This is because cigarette smokers already have their immunity and lung function compromised by smoking. However, a good thing to know is that once you quit smoking, your immunity will start to rebound.

5) Controlling stress: According to a meta-analytic study, stress suppresses and diminishes both innate and adaptive immune functions. And acute stressors (e.g. severe sadness and worry) can reduce immunity after as short a period as one hour. Short-term suppression of the immune system is not dangerous, but chronic suppression of immunity can make the body vulnerable to infection. White blood cells are one of the main immune cells, and chronic stress can cause prolonged secretion of cortisol, which can lower the number of white blood cells and also make these cells downregulate their cortisol receptors, reducing their ability to respond to anti-inflammatory signals. Furthermore, stress can affect our immunity by raising blood pressure. Therefore, we should manage our stress level and mood, in order to not weaken our immunity.

6) Getting sufficient amounts of sleep: Sleep also plays a critical role in our immune system. During sleep, our body produces T-cells (a type of white blood cells) and different types of proteins that can help the immune system and fight infection. For instance, one type of these proteins is antibodies, which can identify and neutralize pathogenic bacteria and viruses; and another type is cytokines, which are important proteins that host immune responses to infection, inflammation, cancer, and reproduction. Therefore, acquiring an insufficient amount of sleep can reduce the body’s production of many infection-fighting cells and proteins, thus weakening our immunity.

7) Consuming food that can boost your immunity: Vitamin C can help the body produce white blood cells. Foods that are rich in vitamin C include citrus fruits, bell peppers, tomatoes, cruciferous vegetables, and white potatoes. Due to its concentration of sulfur-containing compounds, garlic also has excellent immune-boosting properties. Other fruits and vegetables that contain zinc, beta-carotene, vitamins A, C ,and E, as well as other nutrients are also exemplary foods to boost immunity.

8) Avoiding high-fat diets: Oils can impede the function of lymphocytes. So a diet high in fat can impair white blood cells. Also the consumption of high-fat diets over the long term can disrupt the balance of gut microbiota, which help with certain immune responses. Therefore, to avoid a decline in immune function, one should not adopt a diet high in fat.

9) Restricting alcohol consumption: Alcohol disrupts the human body’s immune pathways. And chronic high-risk alcohol use can weaken the lungs’ immune responses and increase the risk of respiratory illnesses. Alcohol consumption over a long period of time can also reduce the body’s self-repair function.

10) Limiting the use of immunosuppressants: These are medications that can weaken our immune system. Such drugs include mycophenolate mofetil, monoclonal antibodies, anti-TNF (tumor necrosis factor) drugs, and methotrexate.

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Another health implication of vaccines is that you lessen the risk of transmitting the disease to others. Health is often thought of as something just occurring within the individual. I believe the pandemic opened us up to a greater understanding of how our health depends on everybody else just as much as on ourselves. There are things like pandemics, food quality, pollution, and global warming that affect all of us, and we can either retreat into second density self care or expand into fourth density communalism. The frustrating thing is that the body that should represent the executive function of this larger social self — the government — is painfully third density and does not serve to focus consciousness as it has the potential to.

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That made me wonder, what kind of forms of self care are there?

What does 2nd density self care look like, compared to 3rd density self care, and 4th density self care?

For instance, I’ve spent a lot of time focusing on spirituality the last few years and attempting to care for myself, to grow, to become more at peace, to heal, to be free from fear. But the result of this is in combination with all the societal catalysts is that I have retreated somewhat, I barely go out anymore (aside from out in nature!). So in a way, all this focus on my self could be seen as being overly self centered, but at least when I do interact people I am not suffering as much, so perhaps people are less harmed/catalyzed by my presence.

My guess is that 2nd density self care would like retreating but being driven by a lot of fear.

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That is my sense, too. “Self-care” was an egregiously ambiguous term. “Self defense” would have been a better term. Everybody should care for themselves, and the road from 2D to 4D goes through this 3D transition state where the meaning of what the self is changes. 3D is supposed to be a bit confused as we convert from non-self-conscious mind/body complexes that favor survival over all else INTO self-conscious mind/body/spirit complexes that favor love and the greater “social self” that such 4D love makes possible over all else. We’re stuck in the middle right now and it ain’t easy.

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Sorry - this is a sham argument.
The concept of an vaccination was always to protect the vaccinated against getting an infection.
What you say is the same as that someone else should carry an umbrella so that you will not get wet.

This sham argument was invented by politicians to enable a fallacy of the kind circulus in demonstrando.

I don’t know what concept you’re citing, @tadeus, but there are multiple ways to think about vaccination. It’s not a sham to say that vaccination is one component among many to achieve herd immunity (another collective concept).

Are you aware how rude your response is coming off? Sehr unhöflich

@Jeremy That is just how @tadeus has always come across, some people are very opinionated and come across more harshly, but they are harmless and aren’t trying to hurt anyone. Sometimes things are lost in translation too.

It’s hard to see so many unhealed wounds coming to the surface through these interactions but I hope that we can continue to find forgiveness for each other as a community.

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…It’s not a sham to say that vaccination is one component among many to achieve herd immunity (another collective concept).

This only works with real, fully tested and properly vetted injections that are actually vaccinations (and then only some of them pass muster, many are rejected as a result of honest trials). The covid injections are not those; they are vehicles for compromising the dna and immune systems of the recipients (witness the report I cited above).

And, anecdotally, I can say that every person I know, who has contracted covid, has first accepted all the recommended shots and “boosters”; some have contracted it more than once. On the other hand, I, and those of my friends who have refused the shots, have not contracted it.

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Who said anything about Covid?

I did…my original post links an article about damage done by Covid injections.

OK, well I thought we were talking about all the health implications of vaccines in general. Not just the negative implications of one vaccine. My bad.

That’s ok; I just wanted him to know since he’s not a native English speaker.

As with all medical interventions, there are associated risks. To pretend that taking a COVID vaccine is 100% harmless is not true, the symptoms when receiving the vaccine alone show otherwise. However, I’ve also seen anecdotally that those who have a more severe reaction to the vaccine also have more severe reactions when contracting COVID. Therefore getting the vaccine could have saved their life, or at least saved a trip to the hospital.

When weighing up the risks of taking a vaccine, one must also consider the risk of contracting COVID itself which has lead to the death of many. I have not yet seen a case of death from the injection of a COVID vaccine, but those reports could be out there. The government monitors adverse reactions to the vaccine.

Those who took the vaccine could have done so because their lifestyles are more likely to put themselves in contact with transmitters of COVID, for instance socialising in large groups, travel or close contact with children that go to daycare/schools. So they are more likely to contract the disease, while also being in favour of obtaining a vaccine.

Others who get little exposure to the outside world are less likely to contract the disease or think the vaccine is worth getting. So this will skew results of those that get COVID after also getting vaccines.

Also COVID mutations have occurred, and the current strain going around that nearly everyone caught is more contagious, but less deadly. I think this is because it has less respiratory symptoms. Some reports say that it is as deadly now as the flu (which still kills people, but not bad enough to enforce social distancing). The strain had changed too much for the vaccines to have a strong effect.

Therefore it is also not correct to say “see the vaccines don’t work because everyone is catching COVID now”. Because really we don’t see all the lives that were saved from people being immunized/quarantined from the earlier deadlier strains of COVID.

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This concept is cited:

Vaccination

Vaccination is the administration of a vaccine to help the immune system develop immunity from a disease. Vaccines contain a microorganism or virus in a weakened, live or killed state, or proteins or toxins from the organism. In stimulating the body’s adaptive immunity, they help prevent sickness from an infectious disease. When a sufficiently large percentage of a population has been vaccinated, herd immunity results. Herd immunity protects those who may be immunocompromised and cannot get a vaccine because even a weakened version would harm them.

Please forgive that this response is felt rude by you, but i think it is important that people begin to think about “arguments” (like this). Public arguments are full of fallacys and therefore it is needed to get aware of this. So this response is not intended against you but against this public argument.

Yes - I should really work on that. :sweat_smile:
I have always a clear opinion and want to tell it - even if it does not want to be heard.

In defense it would be necessary to add that i am incarnated in this density and so i am not bound to the law of (external) strict non-interference like the Q’uo in time/space in the same way.
There is a nice channeling about this question, but i can’t find it at the moment.
But here is another one:

Q’uo
Gary

In the Ra contact, the First Distortion, the first primal distortion is referred to both as the “Law of Confusion,” and the “Law of Free Will.” But, I think Ra actually calls it Law of Confusion 27 times and Law of Free Will only twice in response to Don. Clearly they favored the Law of Confusion as the moniker for the First Distortion. Can Q’uo elaborate on why it is that Ra prefers to call [it] the Law of Confusion?

Q’uo

I am Q’uo and am aware of your query, my brother. As each entity within this third-density illusion exercises free will, it is attempting to create a sensibility, or a construction of understanding concerning the world in which it finds itself, in the manner in which it moves through this created world. As Ra has said so many times, this density in which you exist is not a density of understanding—it is density of intentions.

The intention and desire and exercise of will to seek the truth is one which goes through a process of what you might call trial and error, learning step by step what seems to be the most appropriate manner in which the self may view itself, the world about it, and other selves within it. These interactions create catalyst, as you are aware, which most often has its roots in misperceptions, in disharmony, and in incorrectly perceiving the communications and intimations of other entities so that confusion results. This confusion, then, offers the seeker an opportunity to rectify, or clarify the nature of the confusion so that there is a greater likelihood that the seeker may be able to harvest a kind of understanding, if you will pardon the misnomer, that might enlighten it in a greater way regarding all of its questions that revolve around the nature of its being, the progress of its seeking, the goal of the journey, and so forth.

This type of exercise of free will that produces confusion, that offers catalyst, that offers further direction in the seeking, is a process which is predominantly undertaken within your third-density illusion so that the choice of polarity may be made, and the polarized choice for service to others or service to self may then be promulgated in higher densities. Now, the higher densities do not have the veil of forgetting, so there is less likelihood that there will be as much confusion in the exercise of free will in those densities, as there is in the third density. However, the higher densities do still utilize the exercise of free will that produces in its own way, a kind of confusion that offers a need for examination for further growth in the inner sensing of the way to unify with the One once again.

The balancing exercises, shall we say, that are carried out in the higher densities are much, much finer, and less liable to grosser distortions. However, there is still much to learn in the way of seeking the truth in the higher densities so that the exercise of free will continues to produce a certain kind of confusion that then offers an opportunity for further growth.

@tadeus what you cited confirms my point — that vaccines are a way to achieve herd immunity. Not sure if you understand the argument I’m making at all since you claim to refute it but made it for me.

To be clear, what I’m saying is that there are collective benefits to vaccines in addition to any negative or positive consequences to individuals. A pandemic doesn’t happen to just one person and thinking of solving it in terms of billions of individual health decisions does not work. A vaccine is one element of a broad public health response, coordinated across lots of different layers of society.

It’s frustrating to have people push against me when they’re clearly not reading what I’m writing but only defending their pet conspiracy theory. It’s how one argues that makes conspiracy theory problematic on this forum, not the theory itself. I would ask you in good faith to please make space for other points of view. I’m concerned about these arguments trafficking in fear and cherry picked data to make folks scared.

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