Vaccine Shedding Finally Proven!
Statistically Significant Vaccine Shedding from Parents to Children
Do vaccinated people shed their vaccine byproducts to us? We definitely, for sure, knew that vaccine shedding was not a thing, because “health experts and fact checkers” told us so. And we “believe science” and our “health experts”. Right?
Except that it is WRONG and vaccine shedding has just been proven by science!
Even I believed that there was no plausible mechanism for vaccine shedding. I thought that it was a baseless conspiracy theory. Stupid me. It turned out that I WAS WRONG and vaccine shedding is real and can be measured.
A study “Evidence for Aerosol Transfer of SARS-CoV2-specific Humoral Immunity” was just released.
Evaluation of samples in this fashion revealed that high intranasal IgG in vaccinated parents was significantly associated (p-value = 0.01) with a 0.38 increase in the log transformed intranasal IgG gMFIs within a child from the same household (Fig 1F).
Let me try to explain it. First, these scientists from the University of Colorado looked at face masks, worn by vaccinated health care workers. They found that those workers shed antibodies generated by vaccination, and some antibodies got trapped in the masks and could be detected. This means that vaccinated people are literally “shedding” vaccine-caused antibodies.
Interested in that, scientists looked further: they compared unvaccinated children living with unvaccinated parents, to similarly unvaccinated children, but living with vaccinated parents.
It turned out that vaxxed parents actively shed vaccine-produced particles onto their children so that the kids acquired “humoral immunity” following shedding from their parents! Not only was this finding evident in the data, it actually was STRONGLY statistically significant with p-value of 0.01! This means that this was not a chance finding.
It remains to be explained WHY children have intranasal IgG. The authors seem to think that it is because of antibody shedding via droplets. In other words, they seem to propose that what is transferred is IgG itself in saliva droplets. They may be right. That said, there is a possibility that children DEVELOP intranasal IgG because other vaccine byproducts or exosomes are being shed.
It could even be due to lipid mRNA nanoparticles themselves shed and being transferred via saliva, like a virus. In fact, considering two replies to this article that I quoted at the bottom, mRNA lipid nanoparticle shedding is most likely. Why? Because the responders report experiencing STRONG IMMUNE REACTIONS.
Such byproducts would be CAUSING intranasal IgG in children as an immune reaction in children, rather than those IgGs being essentially mechanically spat from parents onto their children.
The article, while very interesting, is only the first step in researching vaccine shedding and I hope that further light will be shed (pun intended) on this phenomenon!
The authors, possibly in hopes of getting their article approved by science censors, call it a good thing:
Our results suggest that aerosol transmission of antibodies may also contribute to host protection and represent an entirely unrecognized mechanism by which passive immune protection may be communicated. Whether antibody transfer mediates host protection will be a function of exposure, but it seems reasonable to suggest, all things being equal, that any amount of antibody transfer would prove useful to the recipient host.
I am not sure if I can call it a good thing myself. Antibodies or mRNA nanoparticles from vaccines NOT approved by the FDA for children are being shed from parents to children, without consent or knowledge of either parents, or children. All of this is followed by denials by authorities.
Do you think that it is a good thing?
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P.S. Some amazing comments added here:
The night after my partner got his second shot (I know, I know.. I was against it, but he wouldn’t listen) I was sleeping next to him and woke up at 3am to the sensation that I was FREEZING cold. It was June, hot a hell and I was full-body shivering so badly that I had to crawl to the bathroom and get under the shower to try and “warm” myself up. I have had shivers like that before when I was ill in the past, but this was on another level. The shaking attack lasted 5 minutes and was the most intense and totally freaky immune reaction I’ve ever experienced. I was a few weeks pregnant at the time and started bleeding two days later. Luckily I didn’t miscarry the pregnancy and proceeded to avoid getting the vaccines myself and stay well, but man it was weird. I know it’s anecdotal but since then I’ve been pretty convinced that shedding is a real phenomena - interesting to finally see it confirmed!
I think it’s a terrible thing since these antibodies are now obsolete and infection-promoting. I do think it’s still probably negligible unless you have close personal contact like a parent would with a child, or sexual partners would. I would hope these antibodies do not out-compete a child’s innate natural antibodies. This would be very bad news.