“The mRNA vaccines are extremely dangerous, in my opinion, and the technology is novel and untested,” Dr Seneff began her presentation, “today I want to focus on neurodegeneration and prion diseases.”
Dr. Stephanie Seneff is a senior research scientist at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. Her recent interests have focused on the role of toxic chemicals and micronutrient deficiencies in health and disease, with a special emphasis on the pervasive herbicide, glyphosate, and the mineral, sulphur.
During a presentation at a World Council for Health General Assembly Meeting earlier this month, Dr. Seneff explained that a natural infection starts in the nose and the lungs and usually will not get into general circulation if you have a healthy innate immune system.
But the mRNA for the spike protein is injected into the muscles, by-passing the mucosal and vascular barriers. As well as entering other cells in the body, the immune cells also take up the mRNA and carry it to the lymph system and ultimately the spleen.
Immune cells in the spleen then produce large quantities of spike protein on the surface of exosomes. These exosomes disperse throughout the body but especially to the brain along nerve fibres. An inflammatory response in the brain then produces neurological damage.
The spike protein itself is a prion-like protein, Dr. Seneff said, it is worse in its prion-like characteristics than the prion protein that causes Alzheimer’s but not as bad as the human prion protein.