BOMBSHELL: WHO Coronavirus PCR Test Primer Sequence is Found in All Human DNA

WHO Primer

This was important enough that I wanted to get it out immediately. My research into the NCBI database for nucleotide sequences has lead to a stunning discovery. One of the WHO primer sequences in the PCR test for SARS-CoV-2 is found in all human DNA!

The sequence “CTCCCTTTGTTGTGTTGT” is an 18-character primer sequence found in the WHO coronavirus PCR testing protocol document. The primer sequences are what get amplified by the PCR process in order to be detected and designated a “positive” test result. It just so happens this exact same 18-character sequence, verbatim, is also found on Homo sapiens chromosome 8! As far as I can tell, this means that the WHO test kits should find a positive result in all humans. Can anyone explain this otherwise?

I really cannot overstate the significance of this finding.

WHO Primer 2

Homo sapiens chromosome 8, GRCh38.p12 Primary Assembly
Sequence ID: NC_000008.11 Length: 145138636
Range 1: 63648346 to 63648363 is “CTCCCTTTGTTGTGTTGT”

Update: After some effort, I have finally discovered a way to display proof (beyond my screenshots) that human chromosome 8 has this exact same 18-character sequence. Please try the link below. The sequence is shown at the bottom of the page.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nucleotide/NC_000008.11?report=genbank&log$=nuclalign&from=63648346&to=63648363

27 thoughts on “BOMBSHELL: WHO Coronavirus PCR Test Primer Sequence is Found in All Human DNA

    1. This is the WHO protocol. I also came across several private companies (Sigma-Aldrich, Thermo Fisher) whose PCR primer sequences were longer and had no such match. So I am not saying that ALL test kits belong to WHO, but if we were to find shenanigans we would expect to find it with the WHO. This really has me shaken, and I am really starting to believe that the WHO designed a test where they would be able to find a positive anywhere they wanted to find one. Also, the PCR test process is inherently very error-prone and even the WHO test may occasionally have false negatives.

      I’m stunned.

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      1. Why does anyone assume the test itself is even being done, and if being done, that the results are being reported honestly? Has anyone every heard the six magic words in Climate Science: “They lie, they lie, they lie.” Why not in virology as well?

        Somebody please, follow this link … https://thedoctorwithin.com/blog/2020/03/10/newsletter-march-2020/, scroll down to #3, and then read on for a few minutes. This is written by a doctor in the Bay Area who decided to follow publicly reported cases of people who tested positive for Covid-19, starting with Santa Clara Health and then getting in touch with 50 pulmonologists/clinics. Not one was equipped to be able to test for a virus or to distinguish between influenza and Covid. His conclusion: The 60 (at that time) cases reported in Santa Clara County did not exist and the County website was lying.

        Someone follow the link. Please. Just this once.

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        1. C’mon Mark, this is a bombshell finding. And it even supports your ideas! Taken straight from the WHO testing protocol. I am not suggesting that all the testing they claim to be doing is actually being done, but the implications in this finding are huge.

          Repeating my question…what are the odds?

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    2. And I should be clear that it is NOT easy to find an 18-character match like this. In most of my searches, I was finding 14-15 character long matches in human DNA for 20-25 character long primers. Then suddenly BOOM the short 18-character WHO primer sequence has a perfect 18-character match. That is nuts. I really think that the odds are very high that this is a meaningful finding.

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  1. So in the case of the CDC well documented and media covered faulty COVID-19 tests… was the CDC faking their incompetence or would we say they were really inocompetent? BTW, Greetings to Appalachia!

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  2. I think you hit the nail on the head here. I had been searching and searching for this throughout the ncbi site and Genbank, but had not hit upon it. I had a hunch that the Human Genome Project was involved with this. I also suspected the data from 23&me and the Ancestry DNA database was being covertly utilized as well. I also watched videos of Kary Mullis discussing his invention of the PCR test, as well as the significance of SNPs (genomic polymorphisms). If you read this excerpt below by Kary Mullis (the man who INVENTED the PCR test being used to diagnose CV), you will see him talk about it detecting “proteins”. Chromosome 8 is a protein. If it is a perfect match, then that is precisely what the PCR test is intended for – to detect and amplify chromosome 8 (under the guise of a “novel” coronavirus). I am still researching this, but it seems Chromosome 8 has something to do with our individual susceptibility to illness. If we combine the research by Duessberg and others that claimed HIV did not cause AIDS, then we can apply the same logic here. I recently received Duessberg’s book on the AIDS fakery (thoughtfully sent and signed by him) and the forward is by Kary Mullis. I still do not trust Kary Mullis, given his background, and I highly suspect his involvement with this current fakery at the highest levels. He allegedly died from PNEUMONIA last summer. I think there is a “tell” in that. Just my hunch though. Nevertheless, this is what Mullis said (I will follow with a link to this in a subsequent post) ——— Kary Mullis … is thoroughly convinced that HIV is not the cause of AIDS. With regard to the viral-load tests, which attempt to use PCR for counting viruses, Mullis has stated: “Quantitative PCR is an oxymoron.” PCR is intended to identify substances qualitatively, but by its very nature is unsuited for estimating numbers. Although there is a common misimpression that the viral-load tests actually count the number of viruses in the blood, these tests cannot detect free, infectious viruses at all; they can only detect proteins that are believed, in some cases wrongly, to be unique to HIV. The tests can detect genetic sequences of viruses, but not viruses themselves [(29), p. 3].

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    1. Thanks for the links. Very interesting stuff! Granted, if chromosome 8 is being multiplied it is only this one teeny strip of code being multiplied. But yes, I really did not expect to find this. I hoped that I would not, because the implications would be remarkable. Still, I had to check and am amazed at finding this match.

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      1. Agreed – I should have clarified – only one small component/strip of code being amplified. Regardless, the “virus” narrative is a complete diversion to obscure what is really being tested and treated (within a massive psyop and 4IR/digital disruption agenda layered on top – just read all the relevant white papers from the World Economic Forum). It seems to me there are highly classified clinical trials underway with current patients who have signed NDAs in return for treatment – most likely for various cancers, including leukemia and lymphoma, etc. I suspect the vitamin c treatments are simply placebo controls. I also posit that the plasma from “cured” patients (not from a virus, but rather a SNP/mutation contributing to illness) has some truth to it, as it could be “revelation of the method” with respect to de-activating/neutralizing these polymorphisms which are leading to potentially fatal disease. My guess, though, is the VIPs in Hollywood and government, etc, will keep this information (and relevant treatments) to themselves, for the most part. Hope this makes some sense. I am happy to elaborate or clarify at any time…

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    2. Funny how ole eu”kary”ote mullis got wrote out of the script before his nucleic chain reaction test came under corona scrutiny…

      “PCR was born in the mind of Kary Mullis on a moonlit night in northern California in 1983. As he drove through the hills, Mullis was thinking about the precision of DNA replication, and a way to tap into it popped into his mind. He excitedly explained his idea to his girlfriend and then went home to think it through. “It was difficult for me to sleep with deoxyribonuclear bombs exploding in my brain,” he wrote much later. (A quote so common that I can’t find the original source, which I think was Scientific American.)”
      blogs.plos.org/dnascience/2019…

      …seeing as eu”kary”ote had a reputation for being a bit of a mullis…

      Mullis
      Name used to describe someone who often does very normal things in crazy, insane, or unpredictable ways. Sometimes these people may confuse you by doing something normal one second and then doing the very same thing in some wacked out way the next second. An easy way to spot a Mullis is thier unique way of playing poker which causes them to either loose horribly in the first few hands OR confuse the other players so as to cause them to fold everytime the Mullis bets due to the unpredictability of the hand being bet on.
      While playing poker, Matt went all in as he has done many times before. The other players all fold their hands. Matt reveals that he had absolutely nothing of any value in his hand. One player yells “I should have known he didn’t have anything because he’s a fucking Mullis!”

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      1. I just find it insane that Mullis died less than a year before this whole thing, and of pneumonia no less! Mark, he does sound like an interesting man and I definitely also could see myself getting along with him.

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  3. One more link for background on the HapMap Project.https://www.genome.gov/10001688/international-hapmap-project.
    To reiterate, my theory only makes sense if you take the “virus” narrative out of the equation, since it was there to obscure all along. If the PCR test is testing for SNPs encoded in DNA/chromosomes (in this one case with chromosome 8, as caught by FAUXLEX – there are most likely others being tested and corrected for as well), then this is all an extension of a massive epigenomics R&D operation (albeit highly classified and involving those with high security clearances). Kary Mullis, himself, set forth that the PCR test should only ever be used in R&D, and NOT as a diagnostic tool. Hence, I am suggesting that this is precisely how it is being utilized – even though it appears to be for diagnosis of said viral infection. With that said, the entire lot of “frontline” doctors and nurses shown all over the mockingbird media are in reality part of a massive, global simulation (functional pandemic preparedness exercise). Even “Peekay’s” recent compilation of the spectacle of singing and dancing doctors and nurses should speak for itself — there is NO emergency at the present moment.

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  4. People, the virus is an RNA virus, and chromosome 8 is DNA. It’s not going to be replicated by the RT-PCR, because this process starts with the Reverse Transcriptase (RT!), and therefore does not copy DNA.

    The remaining question is whether this snipped can exist as RNA in human cells, which is still possible, but not necessarily likely. The overall test is positive if all three primers+probes are found, so one false positive primer does not kill the entire test.

    Furthermore, you also need to have the probe in proximity to the primer. If the PCR doesn’t hit the probe, the test will stay negative. Is the probe found in chromosome 8?

    The Chinese had some problems with their test in the first weeks, and changed things to improve the situation. This is normal in such a situation, where tests are developed in a hurry. The US CDC had severe quality issues in the beginning, even water tested positive.

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    1. Thank you for the comment. This is honestly what I was looking for…hoping to be wrong. Although I disagree that the process could not possibly be thrown off by this error. Any instances where chromosome 8 had been unzipped for replication would leave the matching sequence available for the PCR primer to anneal. This might not cause full replication by the PCR process, but if the test is so touchy you would really think this could throw off their results. If as you say plain water originally tested positive. Thanks again for the comment.

      You would think they would have some technology to pick PCR primers that selects against sequences already found within human DNA. They also should have gone with a primer longer than 18 characters if they want reliable results. These tests are going to have a huge rate of false positives and/or negatives to the point where it’s questionable how much we can rely upon it. Let alone the idea that 80% of people who test positive show no outward symptoms. We need to end these draconian lockdowns immediately.

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