"My experience is that people who get Covid injections become vectors of contagion to the un-injected."
Segregating the unvaccinated may be a blessing in disguise.
From Gordon Ellis on Facebook:
I'm 73 years old, somewhat nimble and energetic. I will forever exercise my right to avoid experimental Injections.
A few months ago I had my first ever 90 minute Thai massage with a calm and focused therapist. It's an amazing form of body work that incorporates being held in a variety of sustained stretch poses.
My therapist was masked and I was too. She had completed her Moderna injections months earlier. Toward the end of the session I became sniffly. The sniffles continued soaking kerchiefs for 4 or 5 weeks.
I suddenly realized my chest and lungs were tight and the capacity reduced. This was my first test of Ivermectin against a covid-like health issue. Within 3 hours of dosing in 8 oz of warm water, very heavy phlegm was easily being coughed up and suddenly there was a huge expansion in the ease of breathing.
I continued for weeks easily bring up a heavy sticky yellow mucus. Being 73 and only so wise, this past Saturday I had a second appointment with this measured, and respected therapist. I determined to breathe fully throughout the 90 minute session and to try and feel into the energy meridians being worked.
We both wore masks. No sniffles. I walked out her door a little unsteady. A warm heat was rising up my neck and creating an uncomfortable pressure in skull. My energy was absolutely tapping out.
It took extreme caution and a sturdy railing to make it down to street level. I've never before felt so instantly and globally unwell. Headaches chills and fever wracking me that sunny midday, trying to make it back to my car.
I turned on the AC and fell asleep for an hour in the car. What a drive home, 45mph at most, and conscious that I was in no condition to drive.
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, I've been knocked out. My stand up energy lasts for 20 minutes then I'm back to bed rest.
My experience is that people who get Covid injections become vectors of contagion to the uninjected.
Makow - Ivermectin can only be had by prescription. Have you tried to get one? We're in a predicament where the medical profession is suppressing inexpensive flu cures while imposing deadly vaccine alternatives. In a satanic dispensation, "do no harm" is turned on its head.
W--"Ivermectin is available in Canada without a prescription in animal feed and supply stores as a treatment for parasitic infections.
It is sold as animal oral paste for horses for $20 and each syringe contains 120 mg of ivermectin, It is ingested based on the weight of the person."
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First Comment from DP-
I just got off the phone here with a Thomas D.
Thomas is also an electronics geek..
Thomas built a digital signal processor that he calls a noodle tech.
While they were vaccinating men and women here in Ontario at the local arena, Thomas stood outside and took infra readings of these men and women before and after their vaccination.
He said that before vaccination, he picked up absolutely no reading from them.
He informed me that when those men and women came out they had a glow.
He informed me that each glow had a slightly different colour which he said is due to the different [manufactures] vaccinations given.
He could read all this.
I am pretty sure this writer is on to something! A few days after her having her first vax, my neighbor called me to have dinner at her home.
I spent quite a while there, and watched part of a movie sitting next to her. The next day, I woke up with my legs COVERED in bruises! I did not injure myself at all, and while I bruise easily, I could have done nothing to cause this. I have read other stories of women getting these leg bruises being around the newly vaxxed.
A week later, she called me in agony. She had a horrible period and shed the lining of her uterus. Yes, she went on to have the second dose. Then she took her 16 year old son to get. I don't understand people. I am glad to see the links your readers provided for help.