Persistent Spike Protein Replication: Post-Vaccination?
by Maryam Henein
The COVID “vaccine” causes the vaccinated to produce an envelope protein of the coronavirus called spike protein.
The spike protein replication process is important to understand.
Basically, the spike proteins flow through the circulation into the lungs and other organs. When the spike proteins flow through the blood, they eventionally go single file through the small capillaries that deliver oxygen in the blood to the tissues. The capillaries also deliver nutrients to every cell in the body.
Next, the body recognizes the foreign protein and produces antibodies against this spike protein. These antibodies are designed to neutralize the spike protein on the surface of a coronavirus, making it harmless and preventing infection. But that’s not generally what happens. Recent reports have raised some skepticism as to the biological actions of the spike protein and the types of antibodies it enduces.
One study reported that certain antibodies in the blood of COVID-infected patients appear to change the shape of the spike protein, making it more likely to bind to cells, while other papers showed that the spike protein by itself (without being part of the coronavirus) can damage endothelial (vascular lining) cells and disrupt the blood-brain barrier. Be sure to read this NIH study: Hidden in Plain Sight. All of it.
The spike protein in vaccinated individuals is most likely excreted through respiration, through the skin, and through body fluids such as sweat, saliva, or semen, a process known as ‘transmission’, although it is sometimes inappropriately referred to as ‘shedding.’
Thus, unvaccinated individuals who have been in contact with vaccinated individuals may experience symptoms caused by the spike protein, such as increased menstrual bleeding, debilitating headaches, miscarriages, severe menstrual pain, skin rashes, and strokes, to name a few.
Canadian physician Dr. Charles Hoffe has also reported that 60 percent of his vaccinated patients had elevated D-dimer levels, a marker for clotting and micro-clotting. These clots end up reducing lung capacity and may lead to devastating heart damage.
The level of poisoning by the spike protein depends on the strength of the unvaccinated person’s immune system. This can explain why we are seeing such a range in the severity of reactions in people exposed to the spike proteins.
Meanwhile, as more and more people take this unnecessary jab, it is getting harder to avoid being in contact with the spike proteins. Some experts contend that developing a controlled amount of antibodies is the best chance you have. “So, you might as well just bite the bullet and undergo the immunological adaptation to be able to tolerate being spiked,” says health professional, inventor, and electrical engineer Mark Squibb.
The spike protein by itself appears to be the main cause of the COVID symptoms. COVID is primarily a vascular disease, not a respiratory disease., The spike proteins on the other hand are capable of damaging the body through several mechanisms, including damage to the vascular walls, which can lead to the formation of blood clots throughout the body.
The formation of autoantibodies, antibodies against the body’s own tissues, is also an issue since. The antibodies may lead to the development of autoimmune diseases, such as idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP), where the platelents are destroyed by autoantibodies, which can lead to bleeding and strokes. Other conditions include Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS), a form of polyneuropathy which causes muscle weakness and paralysis. Another disorder is autoimmune hemolytic anemia, a condition where red blood cells are destroyed by autoantibodies. The list of autoimmune conditions caused by antibodies against the spike protein is very long. In fact, one of the first Pfizer documents released by court order exposes that Pfizer knew that more than 1000 adverse health conditions (pgs. 30-38) were caused by the shots, and they knew it before the shots were even released on the unsuspecting public..
Part 5: Delve even deeper into the spike proteins.
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Maryam Henein is an investigative journalist, and founder, and editor-in-chief of the health magazine and marketplace HoneyColony. She is also a functional medicine consultant/coach, and the director of the award-winning documentary film Vanishing of the Bees, narrated by Elliot Page. Follow her on Gab: @ladybee. Email her: maryam @ honeycolony.com.