Health Ranger, [Apr 12, 2022
To anybody who doesn’t yet realize that SNAKE VENOM is routinely used to develop pharmaceuticals and medical interventions, check out today’s announcement from a company actually called, “VenomTech.” They are bragging about, “Targeted-Venom Discovery Array™ (T-VDA™) libraries provide researchers with a straightforward solution to rapidly screen thousands of individual venom fragments, with each array specifically designed to maximise hits for a specific target.”
The World Economic Forum admits to SYNTHESIZING snake venom nanoparticles using RNA technology, to be used by Big Pharma for “therapeutics,” and a PubMed published article describes the “nanocarriers” that protect snake venom peptides in order to achieve delivery to organ systems via the blood, while keeping the snake venom intact. LINKS PROVIDED. All 100% verified, in the medical literature, and on the WEF website.
There have been many videos being posted on the venom story and I think it’s important we really look at everything being presented before making decisions. I think it’s very brave for people like Dr. Ardis to risk their lives putting out information like this. It’s easy for us to watch on the sidelines and judge someone. Sharing theories is how we find answers. I will share all the videos I think are worthy of watching because I think it’s important to do so. There is talk on why kids may not be as affected which is something we all have wondered. Others are coming forward with further information. I personally will not dismiss this theory until I can 100% rule it out. I will continue to wait for more information from those risking it all. As Dr. Ardis says in one of these videos, someone please come forward with the Remdesivir so we can test it and see for ourselves and prove him wrong. I would also like to see this. We have waiter more than two years for an answer. No one has yet figured it out. If this is the answer, than we can move forward for a solution.
Here are a few more videos I think worth watching.
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