Autistic? / and Exosomes-spike shedding.
Magic 8 Ball says "Yes".
*Apparently, since Dr. Peter McCullough has now said shedding is a real concern, it is allowed to be a real concern. **Addition - if that seems snarky, it may be, but not at Dr. McCullough, it is wonderful that he is talking about it. The snarkiness is at the oddity of public interest, maybe it is a 100th monkey effect, it simply reached a tipping point where now it is being talked about. Naomi Wolf gets the kudos for speaking up for women and the reality of menstrual effects from passive exposure. It is exosomes, virus like particles that travel within the body and spread genetic material between cells in different areas that have matching surface marker proteins. Close relatives may be worse risk of matching, very busy settings with more of a load of exposure is more of a risk of some of matching close enough.
The specifics of surface marker proteins is complex and not well understood but involve sugar/monosaccharide branching formations that communicate information in a more complex way than amino acids and proteins can. Proteins are more like a foldable chain of bricks. They form structures and complex solid-like shapes. If you had to fold a Rubik’s cube out of one long chain of linked squares - and line up the colors correctly - that is a little like amino acids in a protein chain, except amino acids wouldn’t all be square and have color as the main difference. Amino acid in proteins can do amazing construction like things. The surface marker glycoproteins or glycolipids are more like tree shapes - fractal with a connecting protein or lipid anchoring it to the membrane. They help protect the membrane surface from microbes and provide an area for white blood cells to roam.
Like trees the shapes may be more or less bushy or tall or short - and that is sharing information about the cell and may help with receptor and agonist connections or other guidance functions. Some signal what types of proteins a cell is making and that can let a white blood cell know that it is making the wrong stuff - an infected cell and needs to be removed.
Our symbionts and inner world are cool. Health requires fiber and resistant starch in the diet and diversity of foods to provide a diversity of the various monosaccharides that form surface marker glycolipids and glycoproteins. Mushrooms, seaweed, insects (yes, insects are good for us, just we don’t want Gates brand or WEF brand forced on us probably at tax-payer expense). I digress, exosomes are real and having a fiber rich diet helps form a strong glycocalyx/biofilm over all the membrane linings of our body and that helps us repel allergens from entering the intestinal lining, or blood brain barrier, and helps defend against pathogenic microbes.
*Your close relatives would still be more of risk of exosome matching if they are jabbed and you aren’t - surface markers include blood type A, B, and Rh antigens (O type represents the absence of A or B, maybe it stands for Original - earliest type. I am not sure.).
Now that you are allowed to worry about it there is more information in this post - my Exosomes document has more about the animal research and some of the earlier CoV, ‘Circulating exosomes…’ paper. The Protocol Collation and Therapy Goals has self-care info and intranasal rinse or negative ionizers can help reduce risk from busy settings. For brief use, I have found KN95 masks worn 100% of the time was helpful for high-risk medical settings.
Additional addition - this post is also on topic - Geert says we need to treat everyone prophylactically to stop breakthrough infections & slow the mutation rate. (substack.com) In it I discuss early/prophylactic treatment - same thing, just up the dose of the quercetin and vitamin C equivalents if symptoms start up, and maybe add other treatments. And I add as other preventives that we NEED to attend to as individuals because the government is NOT doing sensible things
Negative ionizers circulating in all public places and at home will help clear the air of positively charged spike protein studded exosomes and other pathogens and molds and other nanoparticle metallic ions - win/win/win/win.
Individual uptake of intranasal rinses or sprays for prevention and routine cleansing after being in a high-risk setting (any public place - just being outdoors is less risk unless it is an urban area - UV light also helps remove spike. Sensitive people have reacted in parks though, so there is exosome spread - think density of people over the area across a ~ 27-hour time period (length of time that I saw SARS-CoV-2 aersols might last). If it was high traffic area all day, then it isn’t really a clear air space at night.
Pomegranate peel may help in many ways, including reducing the S1 seperation and shedding of it. Ways pomegranate protects against spike. (substack.com) If you need to wait for Dr. McCullough to recommend it, you may be waiting a while. Dr. Mercola includes pomegranate peel among his line of supplements if you need a doctor recommendation.
How to spot autism in High Masking Autistic Women - What’s behind the mask?, by @AutismfromtheInside. *Gaps in skill sets, or inconsistency in energy or stress coping levels.
and Are You Undiagnosed Autistic? How to tell if you’re on the autism spectrum. by @AutismfromtheInside. *Describes three feelings, inner experiences, that are common among people on the autism spectrum. Behavior alone is inadequate because many people are trying to fit in and not display odd behaviors.
2) Regularly having your odd feelings and hypersensitivities dismissed or invalidated as not being possible or real if you try to mention that something like bright lights, loud noises, or a need to work in a particular manner is critically important for you to function even though it is odd.
Feeling like an outsider, or even alien, compared to your peer group - ‘Wrong Planet Syndrome’ - was I born on the wrong planet?
Regularly having your odd feelings and hypersensitivities dismissed or invalidated as not being possible or not real, if you try to mention that something like bright lights, loud noises being a painful problem, or a need to work in a particular manner is critically important for you to function even though it is odd.
‘Social confusion’ - Constantly over-analyzing how to fit in, how is the group effortlessly interacting to do something? Planning how to try to interact can then backfire as in the heat of the stressful social situation, coping skills disintegrate and the plan gets forgotten or misplayed. How close to stand? What to say? The ‘little anthropologist’ watches the alien race trying to figure out how they are interacting and what to do or say next. Practicing is used and can help but a wrong answer may be substituted. An example: “How are you?” - a standard script is: “Fine, thanks”; a lengthy answer about your health is not expected. If “Hello” was said instead and you rattle off a “Fine, thanks,” it would be slightly socially awkward.
These videos are helpful and empowering for people who may have felt weird all of the lives, and like outsiders or even aliens compared to their peer group who may seem to interact easily. I really appreciated the discussion of gaps in skills or concentration or stress coping abilities that other people might not appreciate as real or as difficult as they might make it do many ‘normal’ activities. The speaker likens his childhood peer group to a group of ducks paddling on a pond - cute and looks fun but not something to participate in - they are ducks… …as a not-duck, why bother?
I think I am a not-duck. I try, but at some point the values of the ducks seemed too crazy to bother emulating. There is value in being a not-duck. There is value in being a duck too, carry on.
The speaker suggests that self-diagnosing can be very empowering if you resonate with this information. *And his pointers are not for diagnosing others.
Seeking a medical/psychiatric diagnosis for autism can be difficult, expensive and can be very invalidating and even emotionally damaging - having tried. He has another video about seeking a diagnosis that I haven’t watched but he included some brief cautions in the second video, above.
The value in self-diagnosing is support - just seek others on the spectrum that you can be friends with and relate well to, and expect that just like other people, not all people on the spectrum are similar and would all be instant friends.
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