• Németh Debs

Juneteenth and World Sickle Cell Anemia Day Both On June 19th? MAGNETIC MEAT, And Iron Toxicity

Updated: Jun 26

Elites Targeting "Blacks" With Unusual "Holiday" Observances On Same Day. June 19th. The elites are occultists remember. So, what is the gematria of June 19th? 6+1+9 =16, 1+6=7. (7) Seven is the number of completion. As usual, since we are ourselves not psychopaths, this enlightened fact only raises more questions.

List of Metals That Are Attracted to Magnets (sciencing.com)

Why Are Some Metals Attracted to Magnets and Others Are Not? (curiosityguide.org)

The Effects of Toxic Levels of Metals in the Human Body: Jonathan W. Singer, DO: Functional & Alternative Medicine (denver-doctor.com)

Sickle cell anemia - Symptoms and causes - Mayo Clinic

Sickle Cell Disease - Hematology.org

This was supposed to be an article on Covid symptoms and the similarity to iron toxicity. It quickly turned into a question of why Juneteenth and World Sickle Cell Day are both designated on the same day.

I wanted to bring that to your attention as it is so extremely peculiar and almost sick.

At the outset of composing this post, I cannot say that I knew there was a World Sickle Cell Day (June 19th). Those elites have sure been showering any narcissistic "Blacks" with attention lately, haven't they? We have to remember the elites are psychopaths.

So, we have Juneteenth and World Sickle Cell Day celebrated on the exact same day.

What population is most affected by Sickle Cell you ask? By and large, African descent, African Americans. Is it a fluke that the newest pandering holiday in American catering to the hordes of more specifically "narcissistic Blacks" is on the same date as World Sickle Cell Day? What about the symptoms of iron toxicity? Are they in-line with Sickle Cell Disease? And the hemoglobin affecting symptomatology of "Covid"?

It all fits together but how?

The "experts" predict that the incidence of Sickle Cell Anemia will be increasing in the U.S. Is that so? What do these psychopaths have in store for us? And how long have they been crafting this particular Baalshit?

You don't need a college degree or a background in a particular area to start digging to figure this one out. You need a zeal for learning about the world around you, a fundamental curiosity, and a rational compass. Get to work and let me know what you glean, uncover, or can provide by way of actual resources such as abstracts, related articles, perhaps other things not readily apparent. Get in touch with me through this website. I thank you in advance.

Individualism is awesome. I am a strong and fervent proponent. However, only because the whole is only as strong as the sum of its parts. We have to work together. This is what I have come up with and present to you to get you started on your own quest.

World Sickle Cell Day: Know The Types, Symptoms, Causes And Treatment Of Sickle Cell Anemia (ndtv.com)

"World Sickle Cell day is observed every year on June 19th to raise awareness about sickle cell disease, its challenges and treatment options."

Juneteenth World Wide Celebration

How Common Is Sickle Cell Disease? (sickle-cell.com)

Scientists Study Coronavirus Attack on Hemoglobin, Iron, & Test New Treatments with Old Standbys

By Hana Levi Julian 16 Nisan 5780 – April 10, 2020

Scientists are paying close attention to the way COVID-19 attacks the hemoglobin in the red blood cells of those who become ill with the novel coronavirus. Hemoglobin is a protein in red blood cells that transports oxygen through the arteries.

Iron in the hemoglobin, binds to the oxygen and facilitates its transport from the lungs via the arteries to all the cells throughout the body. When the body detects too much iron, the body’s cells release a protein called ferritin to absorb the excess iron to prevent iron overload.

Iron not in the hemoglobin is normally stored for later use in the cells, in the ferritin protein. High levels of ferritin can indicate excess levels of iron in the body.

Researchers are desperately trying to discover why COVID-19 patients have shortness of breath, as well as show low blood-oxygen levels (hypoxemia), reaching dangerous levels (hypoxia) in the more severe form of the illness. Until now, this has been primarily attributed to the virus attacking the lungs, preventing the lungs from transferring oxygen to the blood.

Oxygen levels in the blood can be easily detected using a fingertip pulse oximeter.

In several studies, scientists have found high levels of ferritin in the blood of patients suffering with severe COVID-19. In a study published by The Lancet, researchers found extremely high levels of ferritin in the blood levels of patients of who died of the disease. The study, a retrospective review of the records of patients in Wuhan, China, examined the chemistry of blood levels drawn upon admission of 191 COVID-19-positive patients of whom 54 did not survive.

A second study that also reviewed records from patients in China found the majority of hospitalized patients with severe COVID-19 showed “markedly increased” levels of ferritin as well.

Some studies have also found increased levels of hemoglobin, while other studies have shown lower levels of hemoglobin in coronavirus patients.

COVID-19 vs. Hemoglobin’s Iron

A blog slightly off the beaten track is focusing on research into COVID-19, has published information about this issue.

Chinese researchers Dr. Liu Wenzhong, PhD from Sichuan University of Science & Engineering and associate professor Hualan Li from Yibin University found the RNA of the virus codes for a number of non-structural proteins which then hijack the red blood cells and attack the hemoglobin, removing the iron ions from the “heme groups” (HBB) within the hemoglobin and replacing themselves in their stead.

This makes the hemoglobin less and less able to carry oxygen and carbon dioxide. The lung cells sustain “extremely intense poisoning and inflammation due to the inability to exchange carbon dioxide and oxygen frequently, which eventually results in ground-glass-like lung images,” the researchers write.

As a result the lungs are stressed out and inflamed while the rest of the organs are also being affected. The so-called ARDS and subsequent organ failure could be attributed to this. The high levels of iron, suspected to no longer be in the hemoglobin, are being absorbed by the ferritin, which could explain why the the ferritin levels might be higher.

NYC Doctor: Patients Need Oxygen, But Not Pressure

One New York City-based doctor says the treatment now being used for many of the hospitalized COVID-19 isn’t doing them any good — and may be doing them real harm.

Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell, a board-certified emergency medicine physician at Maimonides Medical Center says it became clear to him early in the process of treating COVID-19 patients that he was dealing with a new disease. But it was also clear that the treatment didn’t fit the disease.

“The patients in front me of are unlike any I’ve ever seen,” he told Medscape in an interview. “They looked a lot more like they had altitude sickness than pneumonia.”

Kyle-Sidell attended medical school at Ben Gurion University of the Negev, did his residency in Emergency Medicine at Detroit Medical Center and is licensed in New York and Pennsylvania.

COVID-positive patients need oxygen,” Kyle-Sidell said in his video. They do not need pressure. They will need ventilators – but they must be programmed differently.”

He added that although it is a lung disease, it is not pneumonia, but rather seems to be “some kind of viral-induced disease most resembling high altitude sickness. It is as if tens of thousands of my fellow New Yorkers are on a plane at 30,000 feet and the cabin pressure is slowly being let out,” he said.

“These patients are slowly being starved of oxygen … and while they look like patients absolutely on the brink of death, they do not look like patients dying of pneumonia,” he said.

“Some are questioning whether this is a lung disease causing blood problems or a blood disease causing lung problems.”

Can Chloroquine Treat COVID-19?

Chloroquine, a medication widely used to treat malaria for more than 60 years, is cheap to produce and is relatively safe and well tolerated, according to Professor Bill Sullivan, who writes in an article for the American Social for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology that chloroquine also has anti-inflammatory properties.

This would not be the first time chloroquine has been “repurposed” to treat a condition other than malaria, Sullivan writes, but adds that there are a number of conditions in which it causes severe reactions and for which it can NOT be used – as with many other medications.