Vaccine or Perpetual 3D Printer?
By Atom Bergstrom
Vaccines activate inflammatory responses.
Normal responses last about 6 months, and are cyclical —>
2) 7 days
3) 28 days
4) 6 months.
The Moderna and Pfizer mRNA vaccines have the potential (via reverse transcriptase) to transmute people into PERPETUAL and INHERITABLE inflammatory-response medical devices.
1) Concerning normal inflammatory responses, Dr. Emanuel Revici discovered that the acute “digestive defense mechanism,” or (1) “enzyme phase,” occurs no later than 3 1/2 days.
2) Revici referred to chronic time as “lipidic intervention.” This (2) “lipidic phase” occurs in the first 6 to 9 days, with 7 days as the optimum defense response.
The fast reacting person is vulnerable to death if this defense response occurs faster than 6 days, and the slow reactor is vulnerable to the same if the response occurs after 9 days.
3) Revici went on to discover a third defense mechanism that occurs in about 28 days, which he called a “lipido-proteic antigenic” defense response, or (3) “coagulated antibody phase.”
The fast reacting person is vulnerable to death if this defense response occurs faster than 27 days, and the slow reactor is vulnerable to the same if the response occurs after 30 days.
4) Revici found a fourth and final defense mechanism that occurs in about 6 months, which he called a “proteic antigenic” and “protective” defense response, or (4) “globulinic antibody phase.”
Revici’s 7-day time cycle associated with “lipidic intervention” is known by chronobiologists as a “circaseptan” biological rhythm.
Four circaseptan cycles total 28 days, known to biorhythm advocates as the “sensitivity” or “emotional” rhythm.
Best-case scenario? Live an anti-inflammatory lifestyle for at least 6 months.
Worst-case scenario? Live an anti-inflammatory lifestyle for an indefinite period of time.
Carbon dioxide, oranges, simple carbohydrates, glycogen, red light (unless contraindicated), lack of stress, etc., are anti-inflammatory.
Oxygen, estrogen, omega 3 fatty acids, palmitic acid, nitric oxide, serotonin, histamine, tryptophan, stress (physiological and/or psychological), etc., are inflammatory.