A few times in recent years (not annually) I consented to getting a flu shot because I was under a lot of stress and felt run down, but the last time I got one (several years ago) I had such a severe reaction, I have sworn off them for good! For about 3 days, I became sluggish, drowsy and needing long naps in addition to sleeping long hours, which is uncharacteristic of me. I felt near-comatose, unable to work or do any normal tasks. It was a real wake-up call.
I remember reading this post when it first came out last year, and it has been nagging at me to reread it in the possible event of mandatory Ebola (or other) vaccines. Longer term blog readers might remember that I acquired a magick wand back in January 2013 when considering this insane possibility. I posted about that seemingly bizarre mode of self-defense as a prelude to Chris Hedge’s poignant article, “A Time for Sublime Madness.” In the event that prayer, Runes, magic(k), timeline work, sweet talking, spooky sychronicities, “Elf Blast,” pixie dust, good luck, and surprise don’t sidestep such a violation, here’s one researcher’s protocol for vaccine aftermath. Please note: I’m not giving medical advice — just passing along the information I found. Please do your own due diligence:
By Jonathan Cho
Posted Monday, December 2, 2013 at…
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