Millions of Americans are vaccine damaged and they don’t even know it.
The autism epidemic is front and center in the vaccination safety debate, but it’s not just children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders that have suffered at the hands of Big Pharma. It is people like you and me.
Your life will never be the same after you learn to spot the symptoms of vaccine damage in the faces of children and adults. You will look into the faces of babies, young children, teens and adults of all ages and you will see undeniable evidence of vaccine injuries. You will mourn and grieve over the lives that have been damaged – and the lives that the pharmaceutical companies are determined to continue damaging with mandatory vaccinations schedules.
Dr Andrew Moulden wanted everybody in the world to know the truth about vaccine injuries. He believed that every parent would reject the use of vaccines if they were educated about the harm they cause. The benefits of most vaccines are negligible – in many cases non-existent – and the risks are much higher than most people realize.
It is not 1 in 10,000 children that are harmed, as the package inserts claim. Everybody is harmed by vaccinations, and for many the injury is grievous.
Dr Moulden died before his time in 2013. Most of his pioneering research has been systematically removed from the internet, but if you know where to look you can still find it. However, a word of warning – once you have learned to identify vaccine damage in everyday people, you will never be able to unsee the damage caused by Big Pharma all around us in the world today.
VaccineImpact reports: Watershed areas are very small areas of tissue (groups of cells) that are served by a single blood vessel called a capillary. These capillaries are so small that they can only be seen with a microscope. They are so small that red blood cells must squeeze themselves through in a single file row.
Watershed areas are very vulnerable, because they are not served by multiple capillaries and do not have collateral capillary blood flow. Thus, when blood flow through these single pathways is stopped because of blood sludging, white blood cell blockage, or inflammation of the blood vessel, then damage begins to occur to the cells in that area. Cells suffocate and die for lack of oxygen.
The damage to watershed areas can be temporary, lasting a day or two, but it can also be permanent.
There are watershed areas throughout the body. We may not be aware of the effects on most of these areas when damage occurs, but damage is quite noticeable when it involves certain cranial nerves that descend from the brain and activate the muscles of the face.
Damage to these nerves actually changes our facial expressions in ways that can only be caused by cranial nerve damage.
Damage to Cranial Nerves in Watershed Areas
There are 12 cranial nerves. Four of these nerves provide visible evidence of watershed damage. The third, fourth, sixth, and seventh cranial nerves contain watershed areas that are easily damaged when blood flow is restricted or cut off to those specific nerves.
The damage that results from oxygen starvation can be seen in the parts of the human face that are controlled by the third, fourth, sixth, and seventh cranial nerves. Most of the time the damage only weakens the nerves and limits their ability to control certain muscles. There will not usually be complete paralysis, which would result in unresponsive muscles. Instead, there will be a weakened ability to use muscles or a weakened ability of the muscles to respond quickly.
Palsy: Weakness in Muscles Caused by Nerve Damage
Weakness in muscles caused by nerve damage is called palsy. Another way to describe palsy is to call the condition partial paralysis.
Palsy is most commonly seen on one side of the face or the other, which is why it is very noticeable when a person knows how to monitor facial expressions for vaccine damage.
If the mouth is involved, then one corner of the mouth will appear to sag slightly when compared to the other. If palsy occurs in the eyes, there will be a slightly different alignment in the movement and gaze of the eyes, because the muscles that control one eye are weaker than the other.
Sometimes one eye will be slightly misaligned when compared to the other and will appear to be looking upward or downward. Sometimes one eye is positioned slightly lower than the other. The blinking of the eyelids may have a different rate of opening and closing. All these symptoms are signs of neurological damage to the cranial nerves.
When blood flow is blocked and oxygen availability is cut off to any portion of a nerve track, then palsy can occur. The nerve tracks come down from the motor areas at the top of the brain. They pass down through the middle part of the brain and then move into the face where they control the muscles. If there is a lack of blood supply to any part of the nerve track, then the nervous system input to this area of the face will be lost, and the muscles will be impaired.
The impairment can range from weak and subtle palsy to profound paralysis. Weak and subtle palsy, manifesting as slight drooping of the mouth, or an inability to symmetrically operate the muscles of the face, is far more common than we are led to believe.
Stroke: Evidence in Facial Muscles
Subtle palsy in the face is evidence of a stroke that is occurring in the brain. When the stroke is temporary, it is called a transient ischemic attack or TIA – Transient meaning temporary, Ischemic meaning lack of oxygen, Attack meaning stroke. As a result, there can be a temporary blockage of blood flow through certain blood vessels. A TIA can cause clinical symptoms when the blockage happens in a critical location, otherwise it might go unnoticed.
The blockage of blood flow from a TIA is temporary and will usually be corrected in 24 to 48 hours. Even if they have a short duration, they are still strokes. Once the clot or blood sludging has been cleared from the blood vessel, and the blood flow and oxygenation to the area is restored, then normal functions in the area will return.
Classic examples of stroke include: complete paralysis of one half of the body or a hand, the drop in the corner of the mouth, an eye turning inward from its normal orientation, numbness in the face, or loss of speech. If this is a transient ischemic attack, then the stroke process that blocked the blood flow will be restored and the symptoms will disappear and normal activity will return. If the blockage cannot be cleared, then the brain damage becomes permanent and the symptoms of the brain damage will remain.
Recovery from Palsy and Stroke
There are many common symptoms among modern neurodevelopmental diseases, but there will be differences in the degree of disability and the extent of recovery. Some infants and children will recover everything, some will recover moderate functioning, some will recover very little. Some people will recover language and some will not have any language. Some can repeat words and sentences and some cannot. Some have sensory problems, some don’t. Some people have psychosis, others do not.
The entire range of behavior, social skills, emotional processing, sensory processing, cognition, memory, and intention can all be damaged by strokes. Damage can be quite variable. It can range from minor in specific areas of the body, to major system wide damage involving impairments to many areas of functioning.
Detecting Strokes with Imaging Technology not Always Possible
Blockages at the microvascular level do not show up with current imaging technology. Even when there are strokes in the small arteries, which lead to capillaries, the blockages may be undetectable. So, instead of using high tech instrumentation to find evidence of microvascular strokes, we must use our eyes to look at the consequence of the strokes that appear in the activity of the human face. It’s all visible if you know what you are seeing.
Visual Evidence of Damage to the Seventh Cranial Nerve
The seventh cranial nerve primarily controls the lower half of the face. Commonly, palsy to this nerve will cause a weakness in the corner of the mouth. One corner will have a slight downward droop. This will become very noticeable when the person smiles. In a normal smile, we would see both corners of the mouth rise upward. However when there is palsy to the seventh cranial nerve, one corner will be unable to rise in unison with the other.
Specifically, the area of the brain that is being damaged when there is drooping in the side corners of the mouth is called the posterior internal capsule. In addition to causing a drop in the corner of the mouth, it can take away the wrinkles on the top of the forehead, and affect the blinking of the eyelids.
The impairment that results from damage to the seventh cranial nerve usually occurs without detectable evidence from medical imaging scans. CT scans, MRI scans, angiogram, and any other tool that was in use in 2009 could not detect strokes taking place at the microvascular level such as in capillaries.
Blockages can be seen in larger blood vessels, but not in capillaries that are equal in size or even smaller than the diameter of red blood cells. If you arranged a single row of red blood cells and stretched them across the head of a pin, then it would take 133 or more red blood cells to go from one edge of the pin head to the other. If you did this, you would be unable to see the line of cells, because they are far smaller than what anyone can see without a microscope.
A red blood cell is 6 to 8 µm (micrometers) in width – one millionth of a meter. Remember, some capillaries are so small that even red blood cells have to squeeze through them.
Loss of Symmetry in Face Shows Sign of Stroke
When physicians look for evidence of a stroke, they look for symmetry and the lack of symmetry in the entire face. Lack of symmetry is an indication of a stroke.
If an adult man or woman suddenly develops a drop in the corner of the mouth today, and it wasn’t there yesterday, then this is a clear indication of a stroke to the seventh cranial nerve. Neurologists, family physicians, and other doctors are all trained to recognize this type of symptom. When they see this, they would know to get the person admitted to the hospital, because they need treatment for a stroke.
But why does this same stroke symptom get ignored when it appears in children? If this reaction happens to a child after taking a vaccine, then it is reasonable to assume the vaccine caused the stroke, however, doctors seem not to notice such symptoms when they occur in children.
Facial Droop: Common in Autism
In addition to the seventh cranial nerve controlling the corners of the mouth, it also controls the area of the cheek between the corner of the nose and the upper lip. This area becomes flat. The natural rounded curve of the cheek is lost. The bulk and tone disappears on one side, but the other remains normal. This is also called a facial droop. The sides of the face do not move symmetrically any more. The folds and angles of the nasal labial folds become asymmetrical. We often see this type of symptom in children with autism spectrum disorders.
The bottom line is that whenever there is a drop in the corner of the mouth or the flattening of the nasal labial fold, there is damage to the seventh cranial nerve, and damage to the brain is occurring. This sign of a stroke does not communicate the degree of damage, it only that it is occurring. The face is just a window into the brain and the whole body — it is an indication of what is happening in the entire blood supply for the entire body.
Local and System-wide Damage in the Body Represented
When we see seventh cranial nerve damage, we can be sure that the damage is not isolated to the seventh cranial nerve – the damage is happening everywhere.
The blood is being sludged up in multiple areas of the body, which is causing ischemia, damage to tissue, functional disorders, and disease. This is not genetic. It is acquired. The drop in the corner of the mouth is the result of low zeta potential and the MASS process. People with autism spectrum disorders, neurodevelopmental disorders, ADHD, and those who are having adverse effects from vaccines such as hepatitis, flu, anthrax, Gardasil, DPT, MMR, etc. are having a generic response. The body is reacting to having foreign matter put into it.
Damage to the Sixth, Fourth, and Third Cranial Nerves
There are three cranial nerves that control the movement of the eyes. They control the muscle groups that move the eyes left and right, up and down, and diagonally.
Sixth and Third Cranial Nerves
The sixth cranial nerve controls the muscles on the outer corners of both eyes. The third cranial nerve controls the muscles on the inner corner of both eyes by the nose. Together, these two nerves trigger the muscles to move the eyes to the left and to the right.
These two nerves must work together to move the eyes. If a person looks to the right, then the sixth cranial nerve on the outside of the right eye tells the muscles to pull that eye to the right. At the same time this is happening, the third cranial nerve causes the muscles at the inner corner of the left eye to pull the left eye to the right.
Common First Sign of Vaccine Damage
Palsy to the muscles of the eyes controlled by the sixth cranial nerve is often the first sign of vaccine damage. It is important to realize that the six cranial nerve is located in a vascular watershed area in the brainstem. This means that if blood flow is reduced through the brainstem coming off the basal artery, then the vessels furthest from that flow source are the first ones to dry up like a river bed during a drought. So, blood sludging in this area means decreased blood flow and reduced oxygenation for the watershed area of the sixth cranial nerve.
Weakness in the sixth cranial nerve can appear within a few hours or days after vaccination. Normally, the eyes move in perfect unison when a person looks to the right or left, but when there is damage to the sixth cranial nerve, then one eye will lag behind the other as they move.
When there is damage to the sixth cranial nerve, then there will be palsy on the outer side of the eye. This will cause the muscles on that side of the eye to be overly relaxed. This will enable the muscles controlled by the third cranial nerve to pull the eye slightly toward the nose, when compared to the other eye, which is not experiencing palsy.
Recommendations for Healing Vaccine Damage
Dr. Moulden was just as interested in preventing vaccine damage as he was in helping to heal those who experienced damage. I was unable to discover much about the therapies that he was developing, because this information has already been removed from the internet. I do know that the beginning point for his therapies is first to eliminate the triggers for MASS reactions and reductions in zeta potential.
This means to discontinue the use of vaccines, and to eliminate the introduction of foreign substances into the body. Thus, clean air, clean water, and clean food are essential. Environmental toxins in air, water, and food can trigger MASS and zeta reactions, which can lead to microvascular strokes.
This means that we must turn away from using pesticides and chemicals in the home. This means discontinuing the use of toxic cleaning products, air fresheners, perfume, scented laundry products, scented candles, and anything else that pollutes the air with toxins. This means only consuming clean water.
Municipal water that contains chlorine, fluoride, residual pharmaceutical drugs, agricultural chemicals, etc. is a trigger to microvascular strokes. Municipal water that is flocculated with aluminum as part of the cleaning process must be avoided. Bottled water sold in plastic is also not safe.
Food that contains chemical residue or chemicals that were intentionally added for manufacturing purposes must be avoided. Food that contains pesticide residue, preservatives, stabilizers, artificial flavorings and colorings, MSG and other excitotoxins, GMOs, added hormones, and other toxic substances must be avoided.
Mercury is a highly toxic substance that effects MASS reactions and zeta. Thus, we should be concerned about mercury that is used in dental fillings, mercury in food, and mercury in vaccines.
Dr. Moulden didn’t mention electromagnetic radiation, cell phone radiation or other kinds of radio frequency pollution, but we do know that these affect human health.
In practice, we need to help our families and everyone else by providing a clean environment in our homes, cars, and especially our kitchens. Organic food and grass-fed animal products will need to be emphasized. We now know that even organic products can contain residual levels of chemical toxins and still meet USDA (Department of Agriculture) limits. We can no longer assume that USDA certified organic means pure and pesticide free.
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