Connecting Some Missing Links

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After posting “Luciferase” yesterday, I woke up thinking about cholesterol and then something clicked and there was a chain reaction. greasy ease > luciferase > bioluminescent tracker > die markers > fertility > DNA damage. (See Segment on Highwire Episode 241 in “The Webs They Weave” posted 11/16.) Went back over some things and got busy on some more research.

Learn about Lipids: https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/lipid

From: https://theezekiel33watchman.report/2021/11/12/covid-alert-statins/

***The other question is: How are the mRNA Spike proteins getting into the normal cell nucleolus membranes which is the cause of the adverse side effects? Answer: “Lipids: Nano lipids, or tiny fat molecules, protect the mRNA and provide a “greasy” exterior that helps the mRNA slide inside cells.”

From: https://theezekiel33watchman.report/2021/11/17/luciferase/

It is the spike proteins breaking through cell membranes that is the most problematic to fertility. (***Go to reference post for “cholesterol” above.) After all, an egg is a single cell until united with a single sperm cell. It’s the only way a new life can begin! Can it possibly be the bioluminescent tracker that is lighting up the ovaries to show where the spike proteins are accumulating? If it was from natural lighting bugs, then we should thank them. Just don’t know about the synthetic stuff.

After posting Luciferase 11/17, I recalled an aspect mentioned in Covid Alert – Statins that was posted 11/12. A few questions came to mind, so I looked for the answers. Apparently, there are two types of enzymes at play in lightening bugs, “Light production in fireflies is due to a type of chemical reaction called bioluminescence. This process occurs in specialized light-emitting organs, usually on a firefly’s lower abdomen. The enzyme luciferase acts on the luciferin, in the presence of magnesium ions, ATP, and oxygen to produce light.” There are two synthetic types of luciferase with the other called luciferin. Thought this might play a role in mating habits. Nope!

“Some species, especially lightning bugs of the genera PhotinusPhoturis, and Pyractomena, are distinguished by the unique courtship flash patterns emitted by flying males in search of females. In general, females of the genus Photinus do not fly, but do give a flash response to males of their own species.

Synchronization of flashing is a phenomenon of several firefly species. This phenomenon is explained as phase synchronization and spontaneous order.[23] Tropical fireflies routinely synchronise their flashes among large groups, particularly in Southeast Asia. At night along river banks in the Malaysian jungles, fireflies synchronize their light emissions precisely. Current hypotheses about the causes of this behavior involve diet, social interaction, and altitude. In the Philippines, thousands of fireflies can be seen all year-round in the town of Donsol (called aninipot or totonbalagon in Bicol). In the United States, one of the most famous sightings of fireflies blinking in unison occurs annually near Elkmont, Tennessee, in the Great Smoky Mountains during the first weeks of June.[24] Congaree National Park in South Carolina is another host to this phenomenon.[25]

Female Photuris fireflies are known for mimicking the photic signaling patterns of other fireflies for the sole purpose of predation; they often prey upon smaller Photinus fireflies.[17] Target males are attracted to what appears to be a suitable mate, and are then eaten. For this reason, Photuris species are sometimes referred to as “femme fatale fireflies”.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Firefly

When I was in the Navy as a Radioman, there was another Rate called Signalman. They handled communication between ships with various triangular flags hoisted on lines and hand held ones for alphabetical signaling, also a merit Badge in BSA. And there was the signaling light with shutters that the signalman would use to flash messages. That’s how lightening bugs do their courtship. Sad thing is, some of the male species don’t get to kiss and say goodnight. Same is true for the Black Widow Spider’s male mate and maybe a few other species of spiders. I suppose that if a Target male lightening bug gets trapped in a Black Widow’s web on his way to a date, he will have died for nothing. Hum! Does that ring a bell?

Have much more than a theory on the two posts of mine. The cholesterol is added to aid the mRNA to penetrate a cell’s membrane. The luciferase added at least acts as a bioluminescence tracker. There have been some studies that have showed accumulation of vaccine mRNA components on the ovarium of females. A female eggs are the single cell future of mankind. (Eve – Woman – The Mother of All Living) At birth, she has all that will ever be produced, and will begin the cycle of life when maturity is reached.

Recent studies have shown the mRNA penetrating the cell’s nucleus membrane, central command of the living cell. Damage to DNA’s natural ability to repair itself has been detected. How in the hell can this NOT affect fertility?

“And it shall come to pass, that in all the land, saith the LORD, two parts therein shall be cut off (H3772) and die; but the third shall be left therein.” (Zech. 13:8)

*H3772 – כּרת – kârath – kaw-rath’ – A primitive root; to cut (off, down or asunder); by implication to destroy or consume; specifically to covenant (that is, make an alliance or bargain, originally by cutting flesh and passing between the pieces)

KJV Usage: be chewed, be con- [feder-] ate, covenant, cut (down, off), destroy, fail, feller, be freed, hew (down), make a league ([covenant]), X lose, perish, X utterly, X want.

 What will happen if the white horse is successful in conquering 2/3 of earth’s females by rendering them infertile? They don’t have to necessarily die right away. May our Father in heaven protect us from this evil!

LOLGB+

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