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  1. Re: Recent Pfizer Covid19 vaccine data - an applied failure

    Just now I saw a tweet by Tony Gosling, with a link that was meant to go to a leaked confidential Pfizer document, pertaining to their SARS-CoV-2 jabs on naturalnews.com, except the page had been...
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    Re: The Depopulation Plan

    Right Now with Gareth Icke - Friday 4th June - (Medical Special)


    Interesting UK government bulk purchase of the drug Midazolam to 'treat' Covid...
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    Re: Paronychia, an infection of the fingernail

    A tip for toenail fungus which really seems to work is to first lightly file down the surface (making sure the mouldy filings don't go everywhere), and then put a cotton ball drenched in colloidal...
  4. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    Interesting. I had wondered about the blood iron too, that's why I thought it would be interesting to see if the vial contents are magnetic. And I wondered if the clotting might somehow be related to...
  5. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    Maybe someone could try holding a magnet to a vial of the 'vaccine', if they had the opportunity.
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    Re: Vaccination Injuries On Record for Covid19

    Important interview on the Delingpod (James Delingpole Podcast) with 'Nina', the receptionist of a large NHS medical practice. She tells him the true shocking story about adverse reactions to the...
  7. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    True! It could possibly be a way to find out which of the two it is. If the small magnet used in a previous video wanted to flip a certain way, that may indicate polarity.
  8. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    It would be interesting to see someone put iron filings on the area, to see if they would create a pattern.
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    Re: Covid-19 (and flu!) Treatment and Prevention

    Just saw a post on Twitter, about NAC (N-acetylcysteine), a powerful antioxidant amino acid and a precursor to glutathione (vital in detoxification & lessening oxidative stress) being reclassifed by...
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    Re: Antibiotics and me

    Please don't do this again, Bill, walking around like that for a whole month! You might have developed sepsis. :( So glad your finger is much better now!!

    A lot of very interesting information...
  11. Re: Thoughts on minimising/reversing vaccine damage?

    This Serrapeptase sounds like powerful stuff for blood clots, (and lots of other things, Lyme's, Candida, Alzheimer's...), so definitely something to look into further in relation to 'vaccine'...
  12. Re: Thoughts on minimising/reversing vaccine damage?

    You're a treasure!!!! :sun:


    Edit: Guess what..... there seems to be a link between gluten sensitivity and B12 deficiency, hence probably the huge overlap in symptoms!

    Definitely asking GP to...
  13. Re: Thoughts on minimising/reversing vaccine damage?

    Ooooh, thank you for that, and how interesting! I never had a regular test for this, but did have a bioresonance one years ago, which did bring up gliadin, so I went off wheat for a while, but it did...
  14. Re: Thoughts on minimising/reversing vaccine damage?

    Just found this article by Vernon Coleman. Not in relation to vaccine damage, but about the importance of B12 in general and how people relying on these shots for their survival have been denied them...
  15. Thoughts on minimising/reversing vaccine damage?

    Hi all,

    A series of health issues, which I'd put down to other things, have made me look once more into B12 deficiency. I did not think I'd have that, as I'm taking good quality multivitamins,...
  16. Re: The Cathars: Gnostic Catholic Opposition in the Middle Ages

    This is really interesting. The part about star constellation connections reminded me of the work of Wayne Herschel (http://thehiddenrecords.com), who discovered that there are many ancient building...
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    Re: Covid19: Global reports, news and updates

    Goodness, this is a HUGE amount of valuable information! Thank you ever so much!!!
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    Re: The Depopulation Plan

    The latest from Vernon Coleman link here.

    "Dr Coleman explains why it is important to see the big picture rather than to concentrate on small issues, and why we are now all in the "killing...
  19. Re: Vaccination Feedback - from PA Members & their families .....

    I cannot find the words, Karen, but my heart too goes out to you. Wishing you much strength, love and support throughout all this, and healing wishes for your friend.
  20. Re: The Cathars: Gnostic Catholic Opposition in the Middle Ages

    Wow, thank you, Bill! I'd heard of that book before, but never got round to reading it.

    Edit: Wow, and another one, thank you! I'll go and excavate my e-reader! :bigsmile:
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