Monkey jabs ineffective but, bonus, didn't kill the animals.
So, progressing to human trials in gay men sounds like the standard Fauci game-plan right?
An older study (Earl, et al, 2008) (1) about a monkeypox vaccine animal trial is being shared in a Substack post by Meryl Nass, a physician and researcher whose medical license has been suspended during CoV. Support our activists! So, I am resharing the post because it is enlightening - worsened symptoms in the animals was called “clinically protected”. But at least the animals didn’t die…preventive health strategies are never supposed to kill you. Take a relaxing walk in the park - get hit by lightning - that is rare. It is not usual, and not reasonable, to have deadly preventive health care treatments. Getting injections into people no matter what seems to be the goal lately.
Caution, look at the older research. These jabbed monkeys had worse pox and more viral load than the group that were given an older vaccine. That isn’t helping. There wasn’t a true control group. The experimental vaccine had a faster immune response than the older vaccine, and that was called more protected even though the animals had worse sores and a higher viral load. Yet the title of the study is very positive sounding: “Rapid protection in a monkeypox model by a single injection of a replication-deficient vaccinia virus.” (1)
More sores and a higher viral load does not sound protective to me. What if someone had an addiction to injecting other people and needed an excuse to do so? Or worse?
Reminder: “First, do no harm.” - Hippocratic oath
My reply: I am wondering what "clinically protected" meant if "the viral load and skin lesions were generally higher" in the injected group.
"At 6 or more days after vaccination with MVA or Dryvax, the monkeys were clinically protected (except for 1 of 16 animals vaccinated with MVA), although viral loads and number of skin lesions were generally higher in the MVA vaccinated group"
A reply to my comment by zuFpM5*M suggested that the definition of “clinically protected” might be an elevated antibody count.
That seems plausible because the Covid narrative has frequently focused on the antibody count produced by the CoV injections, and how that decreases over a few months. It is supposed to. Active antibodies means an active immune challenge, and that is basically being sick. Traditional vaccinations lead to memory cells that can make new antibodies whenever there is randomly a challenge of that type of infection. These CoV jabs are making more of an autoimmune challenge throughout the body and our own cells making the chimeric spike toxin are attacked by our own white blood cells - which is basically autoimmune disease, except directly caused by the experimental mRNA gene treatment.
Monkey shingle pox, the ongoing itch that I can’t scratch (shouldn’t scratch).
Personally, after living the sunburn pox life for a few days, I am wondering how the shingles/radiation/chicken/small/monkey pox saga would dovetail with my Retinoic toxicity series. The “DON’T SCRATCH” rule is really important in my experience/opinion, because the whole area of skin that is involved feels a little bit granular now - as if more bumps are just waiting for the right amount of irritation/stimulus to turn into the larger stinging mosquito-bite-like bumps.
Retinoids can affect growth of epithelial tissue causing different symptoms depending on the location of the tissue (retina problems or skin problems - both epithelial tissue).
I have been feeling tired, and flu-ish again. I should make my herbal tea but my gut discomfort got bad enough that some ingredient in my usual mix has been a problem. The fennel seeds I think. Back to the trial-and-error experimental stage of testing what I can tolerate by eliminating things . . . and not scratching.
Negatives that aren’t helping - stress overload from family and life, and my medical mj smoking is a toxin - formaldehyde and other toxins that can affect my eczema risk or cause worse POTS like symptoms if too excessive and I forget to take methyl folate supplements. On of my gene differences is in methylation. I need to avoid the unmethylated folic acid.
People talk about going to the beach as if it is a fun thing . . . too sunny, too hot, too itchy. One of my gene differences is in my Vitamin D Receptor, which may be more active than average. I have always been sun sensitive.
Interestingly, excess Retinoic Acid can increase sun sensitivity.
The reason to think about all the possible risk factors leading to a problem is to better cope with the problem - stop setting the inflammatory fires of whatever type. Knowledge is power, if you use it, but first you have to learn the knowledge or be taught it.
I added an extra section (brief) about serotonin deficiency and the high dose niacin protocol to this recent post:
Once on the high dose routine, suddenly not using it can cause a significant drop in serotonin and may lead to moody depression or irritability. It is very important to continue the doses that your body and brain are used to and only wean off gradually. With the itchy pox and napping more I have missed some doses rather than increasing to three times a day as I usually do when feeling sick. Mornings lately have been feeling like crying over nothing - typical of PMS for me but hadn’t been too bad a problem lately. I realized I was missing the niacin breakfast dose fairly consistently. Today I started with it right away and the crying feeling got better.
Sadly, or good news to know now, an article I linked to about Serotonin Deficiency in the older post made it clear that the link to niacin/tryptophan/melatonin deficiency is not known, or not well enough researched and known to make it into a good quality health info review. We can make niacin from tryptophan, or serotonin, but not both from one molecule of the amino acid tryptophan (protein foods are part of a balanced diet and good mood). The review article: Serotonin Deficiency: Symptoms, Causes, Tests, Treatments (healthline).
The high dose niacin/melatonin protocol (*circa early CoV era Dmitry Kats, PhD) and serotonin excess risks are described in this post: Niacin, & early treatment in general for SARS-CoV-2 is sensible, reduces hospitalization and mortality rate. (transcendingsquare.com) *Dmitry kept changing his niacin protocol, but I just stuck with the original niacin & cofactors version, then added the melatonin later.
I have found that taking the melatonin 15 minutes prior to the niacin helps reduce the half hour of niacin flush warmth and itchiness and causes no problems with sleepiness or mood changes that I have noticed. Much higher doses are used within mitochondria themselves as an antioxidant during the day, than is used within the brain for sleep purposes. I don’t take it at night to sleep. I use a tiny amount of powdered melatonin and am not sure of the milligrams.
*Found my gram scale and I may be taking about 10-20 mg of melatonin and I could round the mini-spoonful more for my niacin dose, like a doubled spoon. I probably have been taking less than 1000 mg with a flatter spoonful. I have a mini set labeled Smidgen, Pinch, Dash. The Smidgen is 100 mg of melatonin. The Dash may be a 500 mg spoon. My niacin powder is fluffy and a more level Dash was about 700 mg.
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Earl PL, Americo JL, Wyatt LS, et al., Rapid protection in a monkeypox model by a single injection of a replication-deficient vaccinia virus. PNAS, 2008, 105;31, pp 10889–10894 doi:10.1073/pnas.0804985105 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2495015/pdf/zpq10889.pdf?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email
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