Part 3 of the Series, “Of Monkeys, Mice and Men: From Natural Bodies to Digitized Bots”
In this installment, I address a sub-topic related to viruses and vaccines. For the purpose of this analysis, I will not debate whether a virus has been properly purified and isolated (see this compilation of FOIs and responses on SARS-CoV-2 isolation, last updated on February 7, 2021), or whether a virus is a “virus,” or an exosome, or some other phage-like entity. If you want to explore this, see this January 2021 discussion with Dr. Thomas Cowan and Dr. Andrew Kaufman, which was facilitated by Derrick Broze, of The Conscious Resistance. Additionally, to consider an alternative perspective that questions traditional viral contagion, see The Contagion Myth, by Dr. Thomas Cowan and Sally Fallon Morell. For an enhanced understanding of mRNA vaccine methodology, listen to Tom Cowan’s recent explanation (and for a juxtaposed mainstream position, see Endnote 1). Dr. Cowan reminds viewers that Moderna did not require a physical sample isolate of a virus to manufacture their vaccine, as directly claimed by its developers.
When reading my exploratory essay, below are questions readers may want to reflect upon:
- Can a self-spreading vaccine be mistaken as a self-spreading infectious virus (a curious case of stolen identity)?
- Why would a self-spreading vaccine be used to mimic a virus?
- What could questions #1 and #2 have to do with digitalization and virtualization?
- If there was a situation in which non-consensual vaccination were to be intentionally utilized among the human population (as it has in animal populations), should there be an opportunity beforehand for public discourse to discuss the ethical issues?
Before delving into my presentation, it may help to consider that some reported epidemics, including the 1918 Influenza epidemic, may have had an iatrogenic cause (unconfirmed by mainstream allopathic scientists), as opposed to a true, wild-type source of contagion.
Along the lines of this iatrogenic hypothetical premise, I am proposing an alternative framework of contagion within the context of a purported pandemic— which may initially appear to be paradoxical. Accordingly, can a transmissible physical agent (a biomarker, such as an antigen) be spread throughout the global population via a recombinant vaccine-based vector (such as an influenza vaccine), along with a virtual agent (being called a virus) that mirrors the physical biomarker (which has been “tagged” to enable traceability) to reflect its movement through said population? Please note that I have not referred to this biomarker as a pathogen, nor infectious (in ways previously taught in school/medical school). Also, when I consider that a vaccine may be transmissible (AKA “contagious”), I am NOT referring to the “shedding of a virus,” NOR am I referring to “gain-of-function” research (see Endnote 2). Contrary to the concept of gain-of-function studies, there are studies (see here, here, and here) indicating that self-spreading vaccines may involve the application of synthetic biology and genetic engineering (including recombination) methods to enable the transmissible vaccines to be LESS virulent, with “subdued” effects in its serial transfer among a population. Lastly, within my hypothetical framework, I am NOT implying that previously identified influenza cases would be re-categorized as a novel infectious disease, although it does not rule out that possibility. In fact, my theory could potentially offer an alternative explanation to the seeming disappearance of a reportedly common infectious disease, such as the flu.
So what then could I be talking about? Let’s drill down a bit.Continue reading “Part 3: Paradox of Contagion ~ “The Internet of Anti-Bodies””