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Humanity reached a critical turning point in medicine when untested mRNA lipid nanoparticle-based injections were introduced to the world during COVID-19. Unlike any synthetic drug before it, these mass-distributed mRNA shots, functioning via lipid nanoparticles (LNPs), will no doubt help facilitate the rapid development and unification of NBIC technologies—nanotechnology, biotechnology, information technology, and cognitive science—which, some say, seek to end disease, aging, and perhaps even death. Significantly, it is at this juncture that the integration of technology will undoubtedly manipulate human performance. Yet, in a dangerous foreshadowing of what lies ahead, the lipid nanoparticles(LNPs) delivering the spike protein in the COVID-19 gene therapy jabs did little to end disease or death. Instead, both the mRNA spike and LNPs are causing considerable illness and mortality as they travel through the bodies of those injected, crossing the blood-brain barrier and settling into essentially every organ in the human body.
Controversial at the time—and completely ignored by the CDC, FDA, the Biden administration, and others—its been nearly two years since the eye-opening Japanese Pfizer biodistribution study was made public by viral immunologist Dr. Byram Bridle thanks to a freedom of information request made to the Japanese government. The groundbreaking research presented Bridle and other research scientists with a first-hand and more reliable understanding of where the experimental COVID “vaccine” product travels in the body following injection. At the time, Bridle answered the question of whether the harmful mRNA-LNP jab stays in the shoulder muscle as claimed by those demanding society be injected, asserting:
“The short answer—is absolutely not. It’s very disconcerting. The spike protein gets into the blood, circulates through the blood in individuals over several days post-vaccination. Once it gets in the blood, it accumulates in a number of tissues such as the spleen, the bone marrow, the liver, [and] the adrenal glands. And of particular concern for me is it accumulates in the ovaries, in quite high concentrations.”

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