April 8, 2022
Amyloidosis > Deposition of Fibrils. Fibrosis > Transformation into Fibrils. The Spike Protein is transforming (at least) all human tissue (perhaps other species?) into non-functioning fibrous masses.
I was reading papers in the solarium after dinner while having a cigar. And I kept thinking about Amyloidosis and Fibrosis. I have seen both. Is it one? Is it the other? After reading more papers – AND SOME AUTOPSY REPORTS - I came to a startling and incredibly disturbing conclusion. It is BOTH!
THE CLOTS WE ARE SEEING IN COVID, AUTOPSIES AND LONG COVID ARE NOT NORMAL CLOTS! THEY ARE EVIDENCE THAT EVEN THE BLOOD ITSELF IS BEING TRASFORMED INTO FIBROUS TISSUE!!!!!
It has been shown that large anomalous (amyloid) fibrin(ogen) deposits are present in plasma from acute COVID-19 patients. Here we show that plasma samples from Long COVID/PASC still contain large anomalous (amyloid) deposits, and that these deposits are most resistant to fibrinolysis, even with the treatment of a two-step trypsin method. We used proteomics to study the protein presence in both digested supernatant and trapped persistent pellet deposits (after protein digestion via trypsin). Of particular interest was a substantial increase in the acute phase inflammatory molecule Serum Amyloid A (SAA4) and α(2)-antiplasmin (α2AP) that were trapped in the fibrinolytic-resistant pellet deposit.
THESE ARE NOT NORMAL CLOTS. THEY ARE AGGREGATED BLOOD CELLS WHICH HAVE BEEN TRANSFORMED INTO AGGREGATED FIBRILS! THIS EXPLAINS THE LONG CLOTS BEING FOUND IN AUTOPSIES AND BEING REMOVED FROM PATIENTS!
Also, let us look at some early COVID autopsies. The changes in the lungs were characterized by an increase in organ weight (59.3%).
Patients with advanced disease had 38% COLLAGEN DEPOSITION IN THEIR LUNGS! THEY HAD 27%-46% COMPLETELY BLOCKED NON-AERATED TISSUE!
I do not believe this is just happening in the lungs.
COVID-19: Autopsy findings in six patients between 26 and 46 years of age
[Organ changes found by postmortem examination in COVID-19 patients]
Persistent clotting protein pathology in Long COVID/Post-Acute Sequelae of COVID-19 (PASC) is accompanied by increased levels of antiplasmin
Extension of Collagen Deposition in COVID-19 Post Mortem Lung Samples and Computed Tomography Analysis Findings