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Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.

 
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Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
If a titer tested person, immune to a large number of diseases that vaccines are made for, could donate a small part of his fully primed immune system organs, would vaccines become obsolete? Have read that the bone marrow, thymus and perhaps blood are part of the immune system.
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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
Immune to what?
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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
If a titer tested person, immune to a large number of diseases that vaccines are made for, could donate a small part of his fully primed immune system organs, would vaccines become obsolete? Have read that the bone marrow, thymus and perhaps blood are part of the immune system.
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poop
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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
Immune to what?
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The standard stuff; polio, measles, mumps, rubella, tetanus, hepatitis, etc
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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
Maybe they can make a vaccine from the immune persons, bone marrow, thymus and blood?

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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
poop,, research it
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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
Maybe they can make a vaccine from the immune persons, bone marrow, thymus and blood?

rockon
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Perhaps. A clean injection, no adjuvants needed as the cells injected make the recipient's body "know" the usual diseases after the injection. No adverse vaccine reactions. No billion $ vaccine court "non disclosure" awards to families with ruined lives children.
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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
If a titer tested person, immune to a large number of diseases that vaccines are made for, could donate a small part of his fully primed immune system organs, would vaccines become obsolete? Have read that the bone marrow, thymus and perhaps blood are part of the immune system.
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turd hooping would work
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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
poop,, research it
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I had read that a poop transplant (an enema really) from a healthy gut person to a person with lousy gut bacteria, can really help. I have not read that immunities to all the regular vaccine shot diseases could be acquired via a poop transplant from an immune person
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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
Kissing.well you asked.sharing a joint or a glass of water.
How do you think potheads are so immune,sharing saliva.duh!
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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
poop,, research it
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I had read that a poop transplant (an enema really) from a healthy gut person to a person with lousy gut bacteria, can really help. I have not read that immunities to all the regular vaccine shot diseases could be acquired via a poop transplant from an immune person
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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
Maybe they can make a vaccine from the immune persons, bone marrow, thymus and blood?

rockon
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Interesting. Thanks. Come on GLP, let's get this figured out.
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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
If a titer tested person, immune to a large number of diseases that vaccines are made for, could donate a small part of his fully primed immune system organs, would vaccines become obsolete? Have read that the bone marrow, thymus and perhaps blood are part of the immune system.
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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
Maybe they can make a vaccine from the immune persons, bone marrow, thymus and blood?

rockon
 Quoting: Katipo2017


Interesting. Thanks. Come on GLP, let's get this figured out.
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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
Maybe they can make a vaccine from the immune persons, bone marrow, thymus and blood?

rockon
 Quoting: Katipo2017


Perhaps. A clean injection, no adjuvants needed as the cells injected make the recipient's body "know" the usual diseases after the injection. No adverse vaccine reactions. No billion $ vaccine court "non disclosure" awards to families with ruined lives children.
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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
If you can get auto-immune diseases through transplant, that tells you right there that antibodies can be transferred from the donor to the recipient.
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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
Antibodies from someone else would be attacked by the immune system and rendered useless.
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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
The royals have consumed the powdered remains of king Charles in the belief they'd inherit his immunity. It's corpse magic in it's very most basic form. So, yes.
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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
Antibodies from someone else would be attacked by the immune system and rendered useless.
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But would that hold true if the donor and recipient are a perfect match? Like the liver, heart, kidney etc transplant matches.
How do you solve a problem?

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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
The oldies noticed that cow maids ,the girls that milked cows never got smallpox.

The cows had a disease similar to smallpox Called cowpox and the girls caught that from the cows .

They started scratching the children with fluid from cow pox lesions and it worked .

From this the whole vaccination thing started .

I would like to point out there were no extra additives like I hear modern ones have ..

Scarlet fever was a killer in Victorian times but with time people build up a natural immunity .

Before we were vaccinated for measles it had become weaker .I caught the measles and recovered .I never heard of anyone actually dying of it then .We had to stay in a darkened room for a few days after we were better .

Though when the Spanish went to South America they passed the measles onto the natives who had never had the virus there and loads died.

It is said that they returned the favour and gave the sailors one of the sexual diseases which had never been in Europe .I forget which one ...Syphillis perhaps ?

Anyway Henry 8 Complained he caught it from his Spanish first wife ...Catherine of Aragon I think .

I think you should consider carefully whether doing was you are suggesting is sensible ...It could cause more trouble than it is worth .

Though we used to have German Measles and Mumps parties so the children would catch them young as they have consequences for adults who do not have them .
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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
COLOSTRUM!

This is what keeps ALL Mammals alive when they have NO Immune system!

I use the best and it has changed my life for the better

Its called sovereign laboratories liposomal colostrum

It will building your immune system!

Also look up the GcMAF Yogurt / Kefir Recipe
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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
Vaccines give the disease to patients with the lie they prevent the diseases. Vaccines spread the diseases and simply don’t work. Vaccine science is antiquated and dangerous.
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09/07/2019 06:12 PM
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Re: Any way to transplant immunity into a non vaccinated person from a fully immune person? Bone marrow/thymus/blood etc.
Keep playing God kids and his wrath surely will come.popcorn





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