#mrna “vaccines” created by Moderna and Pfizer are gene therapies. They fulfill all the definitions of gene therapy and none of the definitions for a vaccine. This matters, as you cannot mandate a gene therapy against #covid-19 any more than you can force entire populations to undergo gene therapy for a cancer they do not have and may never be at risk for
mRNA contain genetic instructions for making various proteins. mRNA “vaccines” deliver a synthetic version of mRNA into your cells that carry the instruction to produce the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, the antigen, that then activates your immune system to produce antibodies
The only one benefiting from an mRNA “vaccine” is the vaccinated individual, since all they are designed to do is lessen clinical symptoms associated with the S-1 spike protein. Since you’re the only one who will reap a benefit, it makes no sense to demand you accept the risks of the therapy “for the greater good” of your community
Since mRNA “vaccines” do not meet the medical and/or legal definition of a vaccine, marketing them as such is a deceptive practice that violates the law that governs advertising of medical practices
#sars-CoV-2 has not even been proven to be the cause of COVID-19. So, a gene therapy that instructs your body to produce a SARS-CoV-2 antigen — the viral spike protein — cannot be said to be preventive against COVID-19, as the two have not been shown to be causally linked.

COVID-19 'Vaccines' Are Gene Therapy

COVID-19 'Vaccines' Are Gene Therapy

As calls for mandatory COVID-19 vaccination increase globally, it's now more imperative to understand what these injections are. Learn more here.

In an open letter, Geert Vanden Bossche, Ph.D., a vaccinology insider and former global director of vaccine programs, including work for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, has called for the mass vaccination campaign against COVID-19 to end
He’s reached out to the World Health Organization and other international health organizations to warn of the potentially detrimental consequences of further viral immune escape triggered by the current COVID-19 vaccination campaign, calling it the “single most important public health emergency of international concern”
The widespread COVID-19 vaccination campaign may efficiently turn what was a relatively harmless virus into a “bioweapon of mass destruction,” according to Bossche, who’s instead calling for creation of natural killer (NK) cell-based vaccines
Investigative journalist Rosemary Frei believes that Bossche has a “not-so-hidden agenda,” which is to push the development of this different type of vaccine and calls his open letter “a continuation of the overall Covid deception”


Vaccine Insider: COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Campaign Must End

Vaccine Insider: COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Campaign Must End

Geert Vanden Bossche, a vaccinology expert and former global director of vaccine programs, has called for the mass vaccination campaign against COVID-19 to end.

How to Make an Electuary #herbs
(“It’s basically just powdered herbs mixed with honey.”)
Powdered organic herb(s) of choice (recipe ideas below)
Organic honey
Pour herbal powder(s) of choice into a bowl.
Slowly pour honey into the bowl with the herbal powder and stir.
When it becomes a thick paste, you are done.
Store in a clean jar and cap tightly.
Electuaries will keep in the fridge for 6 to 12 months (this is probably a conservative amount of time).
Pro Tips:
You can add more honey to the mixture to make a sweeter and thinner product.
Feel free to add herbal tinctures to the mix, too. You’ll see I did in a couple of the recipes below. Two to three dropperfuls will probably suffice, but it’ll depend on how much electuary you are making.
DIY Electuary Recipes

• 1 part organic eleuthero root powder
• 1 part organic schisandra berry powder
• 1 part Organic reishi mushroom extract
• 1 part organic gotu kola powder
• 1 part organic rosemary powder
• 1 part organic brahmi powder
• 1 part Organic lion’s mane extract

• 2 parts organic hawthorn berry powder
• 2 parts organic roast cacao powder
• 2 parts organic damiana powder
• 1/2-part organic rose petals (you can keep them whole, or powder them depending on your preference)
You can also make electuaries with single herbs rather than blends. Here are some of my favorite single herb electuaries to make:
• Organic kava kava powder
• Organic milk thistle seed powder
• Organic triphala powder



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