Perhaps this is one reason why our satanic overlords are just fine with the extermination of the bee population. After all, they went to a great deal of trouble to invent this bioweapon and release it to the east coast of the USA. ( http://truthstreammedia.com/2017/09/09/officially-ignored-connection-lyme-disease-plum-island/ https://www.amazon.com/Lab-257-Disturbing-Governments-Laboratory/dp/0060011416 )
Lyme is frequently misdiagnosed as fibromyalgia btw.
I’ll admit, I thought it was the first time I read it, but as it turns out it’s something much more important. MTHFR is an abbreviation for a genetic mutation that affects 30-50% of our population, although most of us don’t know whether or not we have it….
So what is MTHFR, exactly?
Ahhh, good question. Before we jump in, let me just say that this “Beginner’s Guide” is simply an overview of the issue from my perspective as someone who has MTHFR. I’m not a genetic expert, but I do link to resources created by experts at the bottom of this post. Now, let’s get started . . .
Imagine one of the recipes in your DNA cookbook is for mayo, except the instructions got a little garbled and you ended up with something that is almost like mayo, but not quite. Every other dish in the cookbook that calls for mayo would be affected, right? That’s essentially what a mutation is – a slight change to the instructions that can have sometimes small, sometimes significant impacts on other recipes.
MTHFR specifically is a gene that holds the recipe for methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase – an enzyme that helps our bodies convert vitamin B9 (also known as folate) into a usable form called methylfolate. This process is called methylation.
Now, if you’re thinking, “Oh, no problem! There’s folate in my multi-vitamin,” it’s important to note that the “folate” in most foods and vitamins is folic acid, which researchers believe is harmful to those with MTHFR gene mutations. (More on that later)
What’s the big deal about MTHFR mutations?
When the MTHFR gene is functioning properly, it’s highly efficient at helping our bodies convert vitamin B9 (folate) into a usable form called methylfolate. When the gene is mutated, this capacity to convert vitamin B9 into methylfolate is reduced by 40-70%.
That’s HUGE, because converting folate into a useable form is essential for DNA synthesis and repair, neurotransmitter production, detoxification, and immune function. (source)
Researchers are just beginning to study the connection between MTHFR mutations and different conditions, but so far it has found an association with quite a few. Here’s a short list of conditions that have been studied:
- Tongue and lip ties (Though not necessarily severe, I mention them because discovering that my children were tongue and lip tied was my first hint that I needed to be tested for MTHFR.)
- Heart disease (source)
- Alzheimer’s (source)
- Depression (source)
- Recurrent miscarriage (source)
- Asthma (source)
- Prostate cancer (source)
- Bladder cancer (source)
- Multiple Sclerosis-like symptoms (source)
Dr. Ben Lynch, who is considered one of the foremost experts in the field of MTHFR genetic mutations, has a more complete list here. (See the third paragraph for a link to additional supporting research.)
Are all MTHFR mutations the same?
No. There are over fifty types of MTHFR gene mutations . . . possibly more that have yet to be discovered. However, the two that are most commonly studied and tested for are C677T and A1298C.
Let’s look at the C677T mutation for a moment. Because we inherit one copy of each gene from our mother and father, that means that for those that have the C677T mutation there are two possibilities. They can be:
- Heterozygous – having one copy of the C677T mutation and one normal copy
- Homozygous – having two copies of the C677T mutation
According to Dr. Ben Lynch, individuals who are:
- Homozygous for C677T have an estimated 70% loss of function
- Heterozygous for C677T have an estimated 40% loss of function
There is a lot of debate about whether those with the A1298C mutation experience diminished function. Some say no, but based on what I’ve read of Dr. Lynch’s work he seems convinced that it can in certain circumstances. (source)
In cases where an individual is compound heterozygous – having one one C677T mutation and one A1298C mutation – there is an estimated 50% loss of function. (source) …
It’s also strongly correlated with vulnerability to vaccine-induced autism, yet doctors STILL don’t screen for this condition before injecting children with mercury and/or aluminum containing vaccines. See:
Last winter’s flu vaccination programme in the over-65s was ineffective, according to new data from Public Health England (PHE).1
Provisional estimates show that for all age groups combined, the vaccine effectiveness against influenza A and B was 39.8% (85% CI 23.1 to 52.8). But for the over-65s, the principal target of the campaign, effectiveness was −6.3% (CI −95.5 to 42.0).
PHE said that the failure of the campaign in older people meant that better vaccines were needed for them. “It is increasingly recognised that the current generation of flu vaccines often work less well in the elderly, likely because of factors such as the weaker immune systems in this population,” a statement said in response to questions from The BMJ. “Nonetheless, over a number of years, …
They LOVE us so much I’m sure the pharmacorpses can be trusted with unfettered access to old people’s bloodstreams. No agenda here. Not at all.
Imagine the commonsensical knowledge just about physical survival and systemic corruption which has already been lost from this culture. People don’t even know what FOOD is, much less how to grow it. Our owners would like nothing better than to usher the elderly and their hard-won knowledge out the door as soon as they cease being useful to the machinery.
Note: here’s what actually happened in ukraine before crimea avoided imminent genocide by choosing to join russia via a clean democratic referendum, straight from the horse’s mouth: http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2014/08/even-the-cfr-is-having-second-thoughts-on-the-us-coup-in-ukraine/
Stop Saying, “Putin Invaded Ukraine and Annexed Crimea”
“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it” – Goebbels, Hitler’s propaganda minister.
This is perfectly applicable to the accusations about Russia and Putin regarding Ukraine. Every pundit and politician keeps repeating the mantra that Putin invaded Ukraine and annexed Crimea. However, like many big lies, this narrative quickly falls apart under objective scrutiny.
Putin did not “invade” Crimea in 2014. Russia has a naval base in Sevastopol, Crimea, and thus it’s normal for Russian soldiers to be in Crimea.
Crimea wasn’t even truly a part of Ukraine. It was known as the “Autonomous Republic of Crimea” after the dissolution of the USSR.
Putin did not “annex” Crimea. Crimea had a referendum and the people overwhelmingly (>95%) chose to go with Russia.
Why the referendum was not “rigged”: More than 75% of Crimeans speak Russian as their native language. Obviously they would choose to join Russia. There’s also intense and overt anti-Russian racism in Ukraine. For example, since 2014, Ukraine has banned Russian TV stations, Russian social media, websites, etc….
Crimea’s Strategic Importance: Black Sea – where Crimea is located – is strategically important to Russia, since it’s the only gateway to the Mediterranean, Africa, etc. Thus it’s important for shipping, oil/gas pipelines, as well as for military operations. It’s not an exaggeration to say that it would be suicidal for Russia to give up Crimea and control of Black Sea.
Globalists Coveting Ukraine/Crimea: Going back 170 years, the British and the French attacked and stole Crimea from Russia. Thus the West attacking Russia has been a constant theme for two centuries (add in Napoleon, Bolshevik revolution funded by Wall Street, Germany during WWI, Japan funded by Wall Street, and then Hitler).
The US has also been planning on “stealing” Ukraine from Russia for a long time. Right after WW II, the CIA allied with Nazi and guerrilla groups within Ukraine to stir up trouble for the USSR. After the fall of the USSR, geopolitical strategist Brzezinski laid out the plan in his book, The Grand Chessboard, where he suggests that Ukraine should become a part of EU and NATO by 2010.
If Ukraine becomes a part of NATO, the US will place missile systems there, just 400 miles from Moscow. Moreover, Ukraine can start a war with Russia, and then US/EU will be obligated to join the fight. Hello, World War III….
POLICE in Sydney and Melbourne had an “understanding..for many years” about protecting church figures accused of child sex allegations, royal commission chair Justice Peter McClellan will say in a speech in Melbourne on Tuesday.
The police “understanding” reflected a broader view that the community would suffer if its “pillars” were exposed as criminals, Justice McClellan will say based on evidence to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse about police handling of institutional child sex allegations.
“Assumed stability of society was seen to be more important than the protection of the child or justice for children through the prosecution of offenders,” Justice McClellan will tell the Centre for Behavioural Science in a speech titled ‘Rights’ and ‘Wrongs’. ….
This makes no sense as an alibi. Which do you prefer, temporary political chaos with an eventual good outcome, or the slow steady takeover of the society’s institutions through blackmail? Does McClellan really believe this explanation or is he also being blackmailed? Certainly the police who offered up this implausibility as an explanation are being blackmailed. Seriously, that’s how systemic this problem is. Just the fact that the blackmail issue isn’t raised by the commission speaks volumes about the commission’s own state of compromise. The subterfuge continues, new pedophiles will be recruited and the show will go on as before.
When you can’t rely on the structures of law enforcement to mount a real investigation, this is the kind of reasoning you’re forced to use. It’s a terrible state of affairs.