Vaccines, by their composite nature, inherently damage & disrupt the body’s delicate neurological network; hindering the complex functioning of the brain in maintaining all systems of operation (circulatory, digestive, endocrine, immune, lymphatic, muscular, nervous, reproductive, respiratory, skeletal, and urinary). In practical terms, a synergy factor inevitably occurs when multiple ingredients such as heavy metals, live viruses/or strands of DNA-RNA “heat treated virus”, antibiotics, formaldehyde, detergent, diploid cells (aborted fetal tissue), mycoplasma, phenol dye & excipient buffers are combined together in a vial mixture.  

Once these toxins are injected into deep muscle tissue or subcutaneously (either route which literally bypasses one’s natural barriers altogether), a cascading degeneration known as Ischemia, a singing of the neural pathways from toxic overload which prevents vital oxygen from reaching the brain, literally inhibiting normal development, often occurs; resulting in a series of what are termed “microvascular strokes”; ‘as large white blood cells rush to attack the foreign particles inj....’ The viscosity of this build up of “sludge” clogs/singes the vast network of arterial veins & capillaries leading to the brain while accumulating in the organs (ie. heart, liver, kidney), joints, meninges – 3 layers of protective tissue called the dura, arachnoid, & pia... (axial unpaired part of the central nervous system), intestines (gut area), along the neural pathways interlacing the entire body (resulting from “stagnant” blood). Anaphylaxis, a system-wide allergic & functional breakdown, described as ‘a severe, whole-body allergic reaction to a chemical that has becom...‘, and Encephalitis, inflammation of the brain & meninges (Meningoencephalitis) manifesting as ‘diffuse and/or focal neuropsychological dysfunction‘, inevitably follow.

  The Myelin Sheath is a critical (electrical) insulator of the brain cells, ‘the protective sheath around axons (A long fiber of a nerve cell/neuron that acts somewhat like a fiber...) in the nervous system…often referred to as ‘white matter’, containi...‘; ‘formed by concentric layers of Schwann’s cell (peripheral) or oligo... which serves to speed up neural conduction‘.
















































mylenationMyelination is an essential part of human brain development. Nerves can only conduct pulses of energy efficiently if covered by myelin. Like insulation on an electric wire, the fatty coating of myelin keeps the pulses confined and maintains the integrity of the electrical signal so that it has a high signal-to-noise ratio. When the insulation on a wire is damaged or destroyed, the flow of electrical current may be interrupted and a short-circuit occurs. Oligodendrocyte cells give white matter its color by manufacturing myelin.
If myelin falls into disrepair, nerve axons cease to function, even though they themselves aren’t damaged. Protecting oligodendrocytes after brain or spinal cord injury might keep nerve cells intact. At birth, relatively few pathways have myelin insulation. Myelination in the human brain continues from before birth until at least 20 years of age. Up until the age of 10 or so, vast areas of the cortex are not yet myelinated.’
The way myelination takes place is through glial cells wrapping aro.... ‘Glia’ comes from Greek, meaning ‘glue,’ hinting at the way the cell’s membrane sticks to the axon, and how the different layers of the extended membrane stick to each other. There are different glial cells that form myelin: in the central nervous system, these cells are referred to as oligodendrocytes, and in the peripheral nervous system they are Schwann cells. While in the peripheral nervous system the glial cell wraps around a single axon to insulate it, in the central nervous system a glial cell may wrap around several axons at once.’

Glycoproteins are involved in Myelin sheath formation, maintenance and degeneration: ‘Because glycoproteins are prominent components of plasma membranes, it is not surprising that they have important roles in the formation, maintenance and degeneration of myelin sheaths. The emphasis in this review is on four integral membrane glycoproteins. Two of them, protein zero (P0) and peripheral myelin protein-22 (PMP-22), are components of compact PNS myelin. The other two are preferentially localized in membranes of sheaths that are distinct from compact myelin. One is the myelin-associated glycoprotein, which is localized at the inside of sheaths where it functions in glia-axon interactions in both the PNS and CNS. The other is the myelin-oligodendrocyte glycoprotein, which is preferentially localized on the outside of CNS myelin sheaths and appears to be an important target antigen in autoimmune demyelinating diseases such as multiple sclerosis.’

Two primary factors here, in determining the extent of vaccine derived neurological & corresponding neurodevelopmental damage (including the host of typical auto-immune failure responses) which are often overlooked in Medical circles? Timing & synergy.

Timing is CRITICAL. A baby has no blood barrier (physiological mechanism that alters the permeability of brain capil...) on the brain – so that vital, unfinished area is still completely raw. The Myelin Sheath, a casing or insulator which protects the baby’s basic cells, is also under-developed. Early Onset Autism, which occurs anywhere from 12-18 months, coincides precisely with most intense period of standard immunization. By 15 months the average child in most developed countries, has received a minimum of 25 injections. This results in severe heavy metal toxicity interfering with the earliest stage of development, during the first 6 months after birth.  more.......