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Mike Stone -- Sunshine is the Cure for Shedding

January 17, 2022

image9-2.JPGMike Stone says shedding is real and sunshine is the cure.

"Sunshine is nature's disinfectant and provides your body with massive amounts of Vitamin D.
In fact, if you think back to the early lockdowns of 2020, I believe one of the reasons for that
was to keep people cooped up indoors and out of the healing rays of the sun."

by Mike Stone

Researcher Jim Stone (no relation to me) recently wrote about his experience with shedding from his father-in-law.

Stone described his symptoms as feeling like tiny red-hot needles on his lips and mouth.

That's very similar to what I felt after my first bout with shedding. I went to a restaurant and ordered some food to go. As I was waiting, the waitress, an Asian girl in her early-20s, told me that the entire restaurant staff had been recently jabbed.

I had warned her previously not to do that, but whatever. Common sense isn't so common any more.

I took my food home, ate it, and within hours began feeling like my mouth was on fire. I also saw what can only be described as little floating worms.

If you remember those videos that came out last year showing tiny, microscopic worms embedded in face masks, that's what I saw floating six inches to the side of my eyes. 

I immediately began a program of heavy juicing and herbs, including echinacea and cayenne. I recovered within days.

However, that first night a bump appeared on the top of my head and it is still there to this day.

Shortly after that, I experienced more symptoms of shedding after close proximity to a jabbed individual. This time it was a massive headache and dehydration. Again, I was able to heal it with juices and herbs.


Then last November, shortly before Thanksgiving, I was hit with my third bout of shedding in the form of intense nerve pain in my left wrist.

I'd been doing pushups for years, but the day after being around some recently jabbed people, I couldn't put any weight on my wrist at all. As before, I increased my juices and herbs, but the pain went on for weeks. It wasn't until I began spending an hour a day in the sun that the pain finally went away and the condition healed. I now believe that sunlight is an essential element for anyone who wishes to protect themselves from shedding.

Sunshine is nature's disinfectant and provides your body with massive amounts of Vitamin D. In fact, if you think back to the early lockdowns of 2020, I believe one of the reasons for that was to keep people cooped up indoors and out of the healing rays of the sun. After all, what better way to insure people would become sick and thus inflate the already inflated Covid numbers than keeping them out of the sun and depriving them of Vitamin D?

The key to using sunlight as a healing method is to remove any glasses or contact lenses, and to not wear a hat, makeup or any type of sunscreen. The sun has to touch your naked skin and eyes. Otherwise, it won't do you any good.

Ideally, you want to expose as much of your body as possible to the sun for at least an hour a day. 

Now if you have a place in your home where you can open the window and lie on the floor, exposing your entire body to the sun, then you can sunbathe in the nude.

Sunlight is great for vision. Eyes thrive on the sun's energy and healing rays. 

Sunlight is fantastic for stiff, worn-out and overworked bodies. It loosens tight muscles and increases both strength and stamina.

SUN87.jpgDoctor Zane Kime writes, "Tuberculosis patients being treated by sunbathing have been observed to have well-developed muscles with very little fat, even though they have not exercised for months.... The Romans made use of the sun in training their gladiators for they knew that sunlight seemed to strengthen and enlarge the muscles."

Sunlight is the best anti-depressant known to man. It's impossible to feel depressed when you're outside relaxing in the warm sunshine. In fact, there's an actual disease, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) that is caused entirely by a lack of sunshine.

Where I live, I see at least a dozen people a day, both male and female, covered in dark clothing from head to foot. They're all wearing hooded sweatshirts with the hood pulled up and then underneath that they're wearing a face mask and dark glasses. Some even wear gloves. They're terrified of a so-called virus, yet not one inch of their body is exposed to the sun. I'm willing to bet dollars to donuts that they are all jabbed too.

The best time to enjoy the healing rays of the sun is before 11 AM and after 3 PM. Go for a walk. Ponder your life and all its complexities. Talk to yourself. Talk to God. Make it a daily habit and reap the rewards.

Mike Stone is the author of:

 "COVID-19 and Kids: A Parent's Guide to the COVID-19 Pandemic" available here:

"Reversing the Side Effects of the COVID-19 Vaccine: How to Heal Yourself from Adverse Reactions to the Trump Vaccine and Protect Yourself from Shedding," available here. 

"COVID-19 and the Mark of the Beast: What Every Christian Needs to Know About the Trump Vaccine"

He is also the author of Based, a young adult novel about race, dating and growing up in America, and A New America, the first novel of the Alt-Right, a dark comedy set on Election Day 2016 in Los Angeles - - Available on Amazon.

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Comments for "Mike Stone -- Sunshine is the Cure for Shedding"

Brian said (January 18, 2022):

Having lived in Portland Oregon(Stalingrad on the Willamette) I've learned to stand in my side yard, nude, for 15 minutes when the sun is out. Portland is dreary, and usually overcast or raining 75% of the year. I feel no change, but I just know that I need it.

Sunshine is vastly underrated, and Mr. Stone is on to something when he writes about blocking the shedders.

I come across very few people in my daily life, but I'm sure that a lot of them have accepted the "vaccine" clot-shot.
With my morning crushed, fermented raw garlic cloves, I fear not.

p.s. With the future, I think that we all must learn to work a back-hoe, to dig down six feet.

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