Curing the Incurable: ALS
Incurable? Untreatable? Terminal? Not in my book.
This is the first article in what will become a series on “incurable” diseases. With a medical system that has been utterly decimated by corruption and malfeasance for the last 30+ years of Anthony Fauci’s leadership, far too many people die of rather easily treatable conditions. It is my hope that by the time this series is done, we will have a knowledge base sufficient to ensure that neither you, nor your loved ones, will ever need to suffer or die from these most common (or uncommon) killers.
If you have any candidates for such a writeup, please share them, and I will get to them as time and support allows.
I was recently surprised. With the barest incidental mention of the ALS protocol that I have had in development, I've been inundated by requests for the protocol. With my Twitter recently having been revived, I have been looking forward to resuming the years-long work of sharing lifesaving science and information. With so much interest in the protocol, it seems fitting that my first article upon my return to Twitter should be regarding that protocol.
With that said, let's dig into it.
The large majority of my work over the last few years has been COVID-related: virus, vaccine, and everything related to the horrific mistreatment and murder of people suffering from them. Since the word is well and truly out regarding effective treatments for COVID, I've turned my efforts to investigating vaccine injury. The cardiac conditions being caused are well characterized, and being well treated, by competent practitioners at this time; to think that I would be able to make a significant contribution to that field, above and beyond the dedicated work being carried out by such brilliant, renowned doctors and scientists such as Dr. Peter McCullough, would be the height of arrogance, and a pointless duplication of efforts. While Dr. McCullough hasn't been right about everything (particularly the unfortunate comments on reinfection made on Joe Rogan), I have an immense amount of respect for him and his work. He has been tirelessly fighting alongside us for years, toe-to-toe with the corrupt medical establishment at great cost, and his work is without equal. Rather than duplicating that work, I have instead decided to focus on an issue that is (currently) receiving far less attention than it needs: neurological, prion and proteinopathic injury.
The ill-advised, genocidal global vaccination campaign, and the extremely foreseeable "side" effects thereof, have been progressing very predictably. First, blood clots and coagulopathies reared their heads and entered the public consciousness. A couple of years later, a new word has entered the lexicon: myocarditis. Every day we watch people, of all walks of life, and usually outwardly healthy, suddenly drop dead from heart failure. This will continue for the foreseeable future: despite our public health authorities' assurances, there is no such thing as mild myocarditis, and a large majority of sufferers are likely to eventually need heart transplants.
However, that still isn't the worst of it. The spike protein, as found in both the pre-Omicron variants of SARS-CoV-2 and the vaccines, contains prionogenic domains. Prion diseases are, by and large, insidiously slowly progressing, and they have yet to become anywhere near so visible as myocarditis. They are also, presently, generally regarded as terminal, and the measure of treatment is currently expressed in one, five or ten year survival rates, rather than being cured or sent into remission, with eventual 100% mortality rates. In mid 2021, I collected data on approximately 60 cases of rapid onset Creutzfeld-Jakob disease - something which was utterly unheard of, for an already incredibly rare disease - within the weeks and months after victims had taken COVID “vaccines.”
Thus, I decided to pursue a cure for ALS, as a proxy for vaccine-related neurological proteinopathies. While the treatment of vaccine injury will certainly require modifications to this approach, the core similarities are autoimmune involvement, proteinopathy, demyelination, and neuronal dysfunction and destruction. By targeting these etiologies, I have developed an apparently rapidly effective protocol to cure the underlying causes of ALS, both genetic and sporadic, rather than simply aiming to provide palliative care and reduction of symptomatic discomfort. I was very surprised to hear just how rapidly it took effect for one advanced, elderly patient, that was given only days to live by the time I was asked to help her. Within a week, she had made a significant, albeit partial recovery. I am currently collating the information from her treating physician for a complete case study writeup. It will be eye-opening.
What is ALS?
Indicatively of the current state of the science, even this question is contentious. Some claim it is genetic; others environmental, particularly heavy metal toxicity; some describe it as an autoimmune disease; some ascribe no cause at all.