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Microscope Analysis shows major clogging of Blood Cells in Vaccinated compared to Unvaccinated

In this privately run trial by German health practitioner, blood samples of 4 Covid- vaccinated subjects were compared to that of 4 unvaccinated subjects. In the German language video, it can be seen how blood from the various volunteers is extracted and directly placed on a Dark Field microscope. The blood of all 4 vaccinated persons showed clogging of blood cells (mostly red blood cells) to various degrees up to complete clogging. All unvaccinated showed normal, mostly healthy blood structures, with blood cells floating freely.

The experiment does not claim to reveal statistically significant results, also due to the small sample size. Rather it should animate researchers to replicate the trial, as it can be done in any medical laboratory or with a professional dark field microscope. German language video by Selbstdenker Here

Translation image captions: Proband 1-8 = Subject 1-8; ; Geimpft= Vaccinated; Ungeimpft = Unvaccinated

Subject 3 Vaccinated

Subject 1 Unvaccinated

Subject 2 Vaccinated

Subject 8 Unvaccinated

Full video by Selbstdenker in German

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  1. Oops – interesting influenza analysis of the past :
    Peter Doshi May2008 Trends in Recorded Influenza Mortality: United States, 1900–2004 Am J Public Health. 2008 May; 98(5): 939–945. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2374803/

    “… Historical influenza mortality data contain many relevant implications for influenza vaccination campaigns. The overall decline in influenza-attributed mortality over the 20th century cannot be the result of influenza vaccination, because vaccination did not become available until the 1940s and was not widely used until the late 1980s [19]. This rapid decline, which commenced around the end of World War II, points to the possibility that social changes led to a change in the ecology of influenza viruses. I found that declining mortality rates occurred simultaneously with expanded influenza vaccine coverage since 1980, especially for the elderly (65 years and older) [19]. However, recent research suggests that vaccination is an unlikely explanation of mortality trends. A 2005 US National Institutes of Health study of over 30 influenza seasons “could not correlate increasing vaccination coverage after 1980 with declining mortality rates in any age group.” [19, p265] Other research has reviewed available international studies of inactivated influenza vaccine effectiveness and efficacy. One study concluded that “evidence from systematic reviews shows that inactivated vaccines have little or no effect on the effects measured.” [20, p915] Considered in light of the data presented here, these studies imply that other causes – such as an improvement in living conditions or naturally acquired immunity from similar strains of influenza virus – may have been partially responsible for the declining trends in recorded influenza mortality. …”

    Careful – I re-typed the passage for my webPage on influenza, so typos could be an issue. I extracted many other comments as well.

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  2. Hopefully we will see a Sacha Dobler book on covid-19 :
    1. [breadth, depth] realistic assessment on how much vaccines actually helped, and how much they haven’t (not the panacea as promoted)
    2. review of vaccine side-effects and rates (the latter is often missing), sourced from [individual [researcher, physician], amateur, VAERS-like system]s. Albeit good info sources probably lacking and the level of trust in official sources isn’t high, [report, censor]ing issues are always a challenge.
    (Echos of warnings at the time of the Spanish flu vaccine, and much better thinking by very rare thinking individuals since).

    Perhaps a “short-term effects” book soon, then a sequel in2 to ten years to really see the effects [genetic, reproductive systems, mental] etc.?

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