by Guy Hatchard
IT IS genuinely shocking how apparently sane health professionals ignore research findings, and how politicians refuse to meet and discuss concerns with constituents. I am asking myself if is there any valid reason to suppose that receiving an mRNA vaccine degrades decision-making, ethical or empathetic capacity? I fully realize I am going to be heavily criticised, but I believe this is a valid scientific question to ask.
Many of you will be aware of recently published research from Sweden which found that genetic sequences from mRNA vaccines can integrate into liver cells in vitro.
This study builds upon earlier research and indicates pathways for genetic interference to be caused by Covid vaccines. For example, it presents a possible mechanism to explain the cases of autoimmune liver disease observed after the Covid-19 vaccination. I don’t have sufficient technical genetic and microbiological knowledge to explain the full import of this study, but various experts have tackled it, for example, see this YouTube video.
You will gain from this video an insight into just how little we understand about the possible side effects of mRNA vaccines and how the risks are being casually dismissed.
Importantly, no one understands the relationship between higher human functions and genetics. The known integrative role consciousness plays in physics, biology and all phases of life have been ignored for over a century in favour of a generally mechanistic or reductionist view of life and the universe. It is no longer plausible or realistic to overlook the key role of consciousness. It is time to re-interpret experimental results and theoretical models.
It is inconceivable that the DNA molecule is not connected with consciousness. DNA lies at the centre of the cell. Without losing its structure or integrity it succeeds in producing and directing the frantic activity of millions of proteins and other cellular components rushing about within the cell membrane. The system the DNA has set up and controls is capable of ensuring that damage to itself is more or less instantly repaired after the countless collisions and oxidative damage it endures. It also directs the specialisation of individual cells to undertake billions of individual tasks within the human body. Liver cells, nerve cells, brain cells, kidney cells, reproductive cells, lung cells, heart cells, and so on. It is without a doubt that the DNA must do so in constant communication with trillions of other DNA molecules in other cells. DNA is at the heart of a network or field of intelligence that has the hallmark of consciousness—intelligent, self-referral functioning.
It is now well known that cells have memory. Transplant recipients, especially heart recipients, can acquire the memories and behaviours of their donors. (Joshi, S. Memory transference in organ transplant recipients, Namah Journal 19(1) 2011). These changes can extend in some cases to deeper personality changes. It is also well known that cells make intelligent decisions independently of commands from the brain. Decisions that are not just automatically programmed, but are apparently novel responses to unusual threats. These responses point to a net of consciousness at work with individual cells as communication nodes of the network.
New nodes inserted into the cell network integrate with the total functioning of the organism and change the behaviour of the network.
Yet this is more than a network of individual elements in communication. The human individual—physiology, biology, neurology, psychology—is an integrated entity in its own right functioning as a whole. The whole is more than the sum of its parts. The hallmark of this holistic entity is functioning intelligent consciousness. There is a reciprocal relationship of mutual interaction between the consciousness of the cell and the consciousness of the individual. Every cell influences the holistic value of the individual and is in turn influenced by the holistic value of consciousness. Every cell instantly responds to the consciousness of the individual and feeds back information and responses to the holistic consciousness of the individual. We instantly register even the smallest pinprick.
It is not beyond rational thought to propose that if genetic sequences integrate into many cellular components of physiology, they may influence mental states. A wide-scale disruption of DNA could be a result of mRNA vaccination and has already been proposed by some as a possibility. No one really understands how higher human functions like assessments of fairness emerge, nor how they might be altered.
We understand that animals do not have the same refined reflective, nuanced, moral judgement that we have, they are largely instinctual. Animals share a great deal of DNA with ourselves, but somehow humans have free will and no one knows how this miracle is achieved by our genetics. We already know that gene therapy experiments on animals often go horribly wrong. Is the highly developed and prized capacity of humans for creativity, morality and empathy something that can be put at risk by genetic manipulation? No one is asking this question, because the complexity of the genetic function is beyond current science. Yet some scientists feel confident to interfere with millions of years of evolution. This weird bravado is completely at odds with past experimentation which has had disastrous results. Now it is being forced upon the whole population without a moral qualm.
Some propose that this is a form of mass hypnosis or others that our fear of illness is being cleverly exploited.
Many have close friends or relatives who have become suddenly angry and ready to cut off all ties. Researchers at Aarhus University in Denmark surveyed attitudes in 21 countries and found that vaccinated people despise those who refuse to get the jab – but the opposite is not true. The researchers found that vaccinated people made ‘stereotypic inferences that unvaccinated individuals are untrustworthy and unintelligent, making the antipathy resemble prejudice towards other deviant groups’.
Have these extreme attitudes been curated by governments and mainstream media, or are they driven by a loss of cognitive perspective? President Macron says he wants to ‘piss off the unvaccinated’, Justin Trudeau refers to protesters as ‘taking some space’ and adds ’do we tolerate these people?’, and Jacinda Ardern says ‘the unvaccinated don’t deserve everyday activities’. Are they expressing carefully considered political sentiments or has their judgement been impaired and their emotions inflamed? Is their refusal to openly debate scientific issues, a mark of immature thinking? Have they reverted to a more primitive and fearful outlook than that they professed two years ago, and why would they do so?
It is certainly the case that evolutionary biologists argue that increased genetic sophistication led to higher human abilities. So can we lose them through genetic experimentation?
We are witnessing a world hazarding a war whose worst consequences are almost unthinkable—nuclear annihilation. In this, the whole world has gone beyond brinkmanship to impetuous conflict. Perhaps the judgement of some politicians has been degraded to the point that frustration, anger, and irrational imaginings of power are sufficient to override any consideration of human extinction.
We may never find out until we have passed the point of no return, but the question of the day is: If our intelligence is intimately linked to our DNA, can it be degraded by gene-based vaccines?