Spike protein from Vaccination found in Heart and Brain after AutopsyMon 10:17 pm Europe/London, 3 Oct 2022
Wasn’t the vaccine meant to stay in the injection site?
A case report published two days ago in Vaccines Journal, confirms what we all know (from non-narrative scientists and the Pfizer documents) but has been denied since vaccination began. Another conspiracy theory come true. I’m struggling to find any conspiracy theories that don’t come true at the moment.
This case report concerns a 76 year old man with Parkinson’s disease who died three weeks after his booster jab. His first dose in May 2021 was AstraZeneca and the subsequent two in July and December 2021 were Pfizer.
After his first jab, he experienced cardiovascular symptoms which needed medical care and from which he recovered only slowly. After the second dose, he had behavioural and psychological changes, as well as a sudden onset of marked progressions of his Parkinson’s symptoms.
After his third dose he suddenly collapsed and fell off his chair without coughing or any signs of food aspiration. After intense resuscitation he recovered before a week later silently collapsing again.
Death was recorded as aspiration pneumonia but due to ambiguous clinical signs before death, the family requested a post-mortem examination.
The post-mortem confirmed his Parkinson’s and other conditions which had been suspected. However, after analysis of the brain, they uncovered previously unsuspected findings. These included acute vasculitis (inflammation of blood vessels) which were predominantly lymphocytic as well as multifocal necrotizing encephalitis (death of tissues and inflammation of the brain) of unknown cause with pronounced inflammation including glial and lymphocytic reaction.
Not only that but there were signs of chronic cardiomyopathy in the heart, as well as myocarditis and vasculitis.
The necrotizing encephalitis and vasculitis were considered to be major contributors to his death. The myocarditis was also recorded as having contributed to the deterioration of his physical condition. The main cause of death, however, was recurrent aspiration pneumonia but during a Covid panic I’m sure this could easily have been recorded as a COVID-19 death.
SARS-CoV-2 antigens were looked for in both the brain and the heart. In the brain, they detected the Covid spike protein in many areas and in the cells of vessel walls. They also detected the spike protein in the heart, specifically cardiac endothelial cells that showed lymphocytic myocarditis.
Lesions in the brain causing the necrotizing encephalitis, as well as the small blood vessel inflammation (in both the brain and heart) were associated with abundant deposits of the spike protein. In fact, spike protein could only be demonstrated in the areas with acute inflammatory reactions (brain, heart and small blood vessels). This strongly suggests that the spike protein may have played at least a contributing role to the development of the lesions and the course of the disease itself.
Perhaps this was caused by a Covid infection? The authors of this case study think not. The reason being that they could not detect the SARS-CoV-2 nucleocapsid protein anywhere. If a natural infection had caused these symptoms, both proteins in the virus would be detected together. However, in this case, only the spike protein was detected leading the authors to conclude that the presence of spike protein must be ascribed to vaccination rather than to viral infection. They say these finding corroborate previous reports of encephalitis and myocarditis caused by gene-based COVID-19 vaccines.
The authors say that the stated purpose of the gene-based vaccines is to induce an immune response against the spike protein. Such an immune response will, however, not only result in antibody formation against the spike protein but also lead to direct cell- and antibody-mediated cytotoxicity against the cells expressing this foreign antigen. In addition, there are indications that the spike protein on its own can elicit distinct toxicity, particularly in blood vessels.
Moreover, whilst spike protein expression, along with the ensuing cell and tissue damage was meant to stay at the injection site, several studies have found this to be untrue. mRNA and lipid nanoparticles have been found in all tissues and organs, including the brain. Spike protein has been detected in heart muscle biopsies, skeletal muscle and within skin which was associated with a sudden onset of Herpes zoster lesions.
To summarise, this case report discussed the death of a man, three weeks after his booster jab. The stated cause of death appeared to be aspiration pneumonia, common with Parkinson’s disease but could have easily been attributed to SARS-CoV-2 during Covid panic season. However, after a detailed autopsy, additional pathology was discovered, including necrotizing encephalitis and myocarditis. After looking for the presence of SARS-CoV-2, they only detected the spike protein, rather than both proteins you would expect to find with a natural infection. This led them to conclude, that mRNA from vaccination, travelled to the heart and brain, where if caused lesions and inflammation and ultimately contributed, if not caused the man’s death.
And this is what another study recently found in breast milk, one more conspiracy to tick off the list.