(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) A new study suggested that spike proteins that were encouraged to grow by the COVID-19 vaccine accumulate in the skull, causing great harm to the mental capacity of those who were jabbed.
In April 2022, a doctor who specializes in pathology argued that spike proteins directed to grow by mRNA vaccines (of which the COVID jabs are one) caused heart inflammation and cancers.
The COVID-19 vaccine encouraged the growth of spike proteins in order to counter other spike proteins produced by the COVID 19 virus, according to the National Library of Health Medicine.
“However, recent reports have raised some skepticism as to the biologic actions of the spike protein and the types of antibodies produced,” the library reported.
“One paper reported that certain antibodies in the blood of infected patients appear to change the shape of the spike protein so as to make it more likely to bind to cells, while other papers showed that the spike protein by itself (without being part of the corona virus) can damage endothelial cells and disrupt the blood-brain barrier,” it added.
Thus, the National Library of Health recognized that the COVID jab by itself could cause damage to the brain.
The new study, posted by bioRxiv reported that spike proteins associated with COVID-19 and the COVID-19 jabs were accumulating in the skull and causing intellectual problems for those who have taken the jab.
“SARS-CoV-2 infection is associated with numerous neurological and neuropsychiatric complications, including anosmia, dysgeusia, fatigue, myalgia, depression, headache, encephalopathy and meningitis and also substantially increase the risk for ischemic strokes,” the report said.
“Even patients with mild cases of COVID-19 often suffer from long-term SARS-CoV-2 effects in the brain, including fogging, reduced grey matter thickness, and brain size,” the study said, showing both sets of spike proteins endanger brain health.
However, the study indicated that this hypothesis failed to account for all the facts in the case.
“Several studies have investigated the involvement of the central nervous system (CNS) in COVID-19-related symptoms, and although SARS-CoV-2 was detected in brain tissue in some samples and studies, other studies failed to detect the virus,” meaning that the virus may not be responsible for all the damages to the brain the study detected.
“However, even without detectable virus RNA in the brain parenchyma, signs of widespread immune activation could be detected,” the report explained, indicating that the brain was responding to something.
The study suggested two potential explanations regarding the causes of the damages.
The first possibility was that “virus-shed proteins circulating in the bloodstream may promote an inflammatory response independent of direct viral infection of the affected organs, including the brain.”
The second possibility was that “the highly immunogenic spike protein, also used in COVID-19 vaccines, might be a candidate for triggering infection-independent effects.”