Helping to recover after long-COVID-19 and taking the mRNA vaccine

What I wanted to publish today is how you can help yourself after contracting COVID-19 as well as taking the jab.

Epoch Times published an article that discusses how common effects of long-COVID can be treated and how long-COVID commonly effects brain health.

In their Jab Injuries, 50% Long COVID Cases Have This Type of Symptom—2 Ways to Reverse It, the article discusses how the vaccination creates some of the rare symptoms similar to symptoms caused by long-COVID.

50% of long COVID common symptoms are neuropsychiatric.

“…we have summarized before that the COVID disease can cause cytokine storms resulting in inflammation in the nervous system; and they can damage the mitochondria of nerve cells and lipid metabolism disorder.”


SARS-CoV-2 virus affects the brains ability for self-renewal and inhibits autophagy.

Basically, autophagy encourages cells to eat up old, misfunctioning cells to get rid of them and also recycle the cells waste materials.

1) Fasting, including intermittent fasting, activates autophagy.

2) Terpene treatment activate autophagy.

3) Meditation activates autophagy & reverses damages in the brain. Meditation also reverses the aging process of the brain.

Following is information from a published’s article, Resolving Long-Haul COVID” and Vaccine Toxicity: Neutralizing the Spike Protein, Commentary by Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD – June 21, 2021.
Levy writes;

In the article, several therapeutic agents are listed explaining how they work to help address COVID symptoms.

Briefly, the list has seven supplements and therapies, most of which people have become familiar with. (see link for further details).

  1. Hydrogen peroxide (HP) nebulization
  2. Vitamin C
  3. Ivermectin
  4. Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and Chloroquine (CQ)
  5. Quercetin
  6. Other Bio-Oxidative Therapies
  7. Baseline Vital Immune Support Supplementation

A fundraiser for a connection on LinkedIn who has multiple sclerosis

Got my neurodivergent brain cup

❤️  Got my neurodivergent brain cup through Bogdan Lapadat SPHR‘s store! Get yours! I love it! 😄 ❤️
Link to the fundraiser; Be a hero today!

Styrofoam protected

Occasionally I donate to a gofundme campaign if it’s for someone I know or if a friend asks me to support someone they know.

Recently I learned that one of my connections on LinkedIn named Bogdan Lapadat, has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and learned about his story, from reading his LinkedIn profile.

This whole situation is heartbreaking due to his having worked in the Human Resources field for a long time, but now he’s unable to work. He has to travel regularly to Mexico for treatment, paid out-of-pocket. Since he doesn’t work there is no insurance to pay for this.

This is a nice guy, a very nice young guy who has a store to help raise money he can use toward paying for his treatments. In case you’re interested, it’s found here.

When you go to the link at you will see the very cup I bought that arrived today in the mail. I love it! It’s heavy, big and creative!

It was packed in a nice styrofoam box so was well-protected.

If you have a chance and want a cup to support Bogdan, or you want to buy a t-shirt, beanie or other creative item, you will be supporting Bogdan. He’s on LinkedIn.

Let’s bless others where we can. We can do a lot in this world, blessings to all of you!

I forgot I was a “Reverend”

I have to laugh at myself. Nine or more years ago when I first toyed with the idea of being a Christian and not knowing much, I registered to become a Reverend with an online company so I could marry people or do whatever they do.

I’m an ordained minister.

Before I share the email I got congratulating me on my nine years, I want to say something. I didn’t become a real Christian until about five or six years ago because I was new into Christianity nine or more years ago. I simply felt I would travel a road to find God.

At that time I went to non-believing churches such as Unity Church. I took classes offered through many churches, some online and some in person. I even went on retreats with one church. But I wouldn’t recommend those church’s any more. It wasn’t true Christianity. I wasn’t reading the bible like I am now and I wasn’t educated from the bible nearly like I am now.

I don’t consider myself as becoming a real Christian until five or six years ago. Even being baptized years before that and not knowing what the gospels of Jesus Christ were truly about is not something I would say meant I even knew really what I was doing. I was in a desperate state and my guess is that Jesus laughed at my traveling these non-Christian roads that were from false teachers in churches that weren’t truly Christian.

I have no doubt in my mind that Jesus Christ is my Savior and Lord, and that I am truly saved. That is how I see my journey to becoming a real Christian and worshipping Christ in truth.

And I want to say that my dad was also ordained so that he could marry people. He was a staunch atheist.

Here’s the email I received.

Anniversary Welcome
Greetings Rev. Suzanne! Another year, another cheer! That’s right, it’s now been 9 years since you became an ordained minister! We can’t believe it either. Time really does fly when you are having fun, doesn’t it? It’s been a while since we’ve been in touch, and we just wanted to check in and see how things are going. Have you been taking full advantage of your status as a legally ordained minister?
No matter what activities you might have planned moving forward, we’ve worked hard to ensure that our site is stocked with all of the information and supplies that you may need to meet any challenge that comes your way and continue your mission to make the universe a better place. We would encourage you to click around the site and explore all of the resources that are available to you.
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That said… chances are you’re already an old pro at this. Indeed, you’ve probably officiated your fair share of ceremonies by this point, but are you doing so in full regalia? If you’d like to add a bit of flair to your clergy outfit, consider picking up an official ULC stole! Our stoles feature tasteful gold stitching, high-quality tassels, and are available in a range of color options.

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Update: Dr. Hank Bernstein explains how our body can stop the continuation of spike proteins after mRNA jab (video)

It may be a relief to many of us that the spike protein incurred from taking the mRNA jab will be broken down by the body’s natural actions through enzymes and removed from the body.

Image: courtesy of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Dr. Bernstein explains that mRNA “has a very short lifespan”. Watch the video.

The article was last reviewed on Mar 16, 2021

Update: There are doubtlessly many online sources that have reported on how to mitigate the damages of the spike protein in the body. I’ve added just a few here. If you find good ones you can post them in the comments.

Several articles online also report that fasting can help rid and repair the body from the spike protein.

Ways To Clear the Spike Proteins From The Body As Vaccine Injuries Skyrocket (June 11, 2022)

This article has different strategies to detoxify spike proteins.

Cancelling the Spike Protein: Preventing and Treating Chronic COVID and Vaccine Complications Nov 16, 2021)

This article contains suggested protocols with a long list of references written by a Dr. Thomas E. Levy.

How long do mRNA and spike proteins last in the body? July 2, 2021

Published by Nebraska Medicine

A new website I’m working on

Here’s a new website I’ve been working on. It’s about homelessness, topics related to homelessness, sightseeing around Bellevue, Washington state and other things. I’m trying to get this going as a Christian to add to the voices that are concerned with the growing number of homeless people and increased crime in our area.

Called the eastside, we are on the east side of Seattle and it seems the homeless are migrating and being moved into coming shelters for the homeless in Bellevue and spread around King County.

It’s a new site so I’ve barely gotten started but feel free to have a look and come back to this site. I will add a domain later after I wait the 60 days before I can use it. It will be located at

God bless and take care.

Living in a corner

Imagine you have a blanket or a sleeping bag, a tent, a shopping cart full of stuff you’ve collected, and cardboard to sleep on.

What this means is, you don’t have a refrigerator, a cell phone, a TV, a bed, a car, a bicycle, a computer, a desk and chair, a bedroom, a comfy couch, a microwave, a bathroom, fans or air conditioning when it gets too hot, food or cooking utensils.

Instead, you are dirty, sweaty, exhausted, afraid, hungry, constantly uncomfortable, not sure where you’ll sleep, no decent place to use the restroom, are shunned and rejected by people, you sit for long hours every day, maybe you watch traffic, and wonder how you will keep living this way. Maybe you panhandle, use drugs, drink alcohol.

You have no friends and you trust no one because you’ve been robbed so many times, your life is tough. You want your privacy and space and to feel normal again.

Your life is small. Very, very, small. You barely move sometimes because you have nowhere to go anyway. Your mind has shrunk, literally, and you have thoughts of killing yourself, you’re in so much misery and pain all the time. What do you do, where do you go? Cars drive by, people walk by and no one notices the pain you’re in. But you can’t think your way out of a box.

Your mind isn’t functioning, you blankly stare out into the street, you have nothing to live for.

It’s a small, small, and very lifeless world. You are on your way to death.

Sharing happiness

⚡ “Suicide can be stopped just by social interaction. In fact, it’s more common for suicides to occur during the beginning of the week than on the weekends. The thought is that social interaction temporarily heals the person.” – Judy Cho

🌸  This is profound, I was reading Judy Cho’s information on the #carnivorediet and she talked about being in #community that helps people emotionally who may be suffering from #emotionalanxiety#panic#depression and other fragile #emotions. It’s part of being healthy, being in community.

🌸  She also wrote; “Best of all, studies show that when you are kind to others, when you give to others and when you work towards a good that is bigger than you, you tend to run happier.”

Isn’t this the truth?

🌸  Happiness does not run out when we share it with others.

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He is Faithful & Trustworthy

What a blessing to be called! Not all who are called will listen but hopefully they will be persuaded to seek help from the Lord Jesus Christ!

Aren’t we blessed who know the Lord, and isn’t your life easier with a “friend” you can speak to in prayer and in everyday language when you need help?

Who else can you trust as much as the Lord?

He is willing to help – just speak His Name and ask him for the help you need.

He is listening to we who reach out to ask him for help.

Praise God! I love Jesus today and forever!

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Carnivore diet day #45

It’s been a bit of a roller-coaster ride going on the carnivore diet but I’m glad I did.

There are so many health benefits of eating carnivore that I’m toughing it out until I get fully adapted to this way of eating (woe).

I’ve gone through many symptoms of detoxing with this woe and I’m still coping with some. For instance, today I’ve been feeling tired for a few hours several times during the day but that’s a normal side-effect of adaptation.

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A little discomfort is worth gaining optimal health and that’s the journey I’m on.

I just wanted my readers to know what’s happening to me and why I’m not ready to start posting regularly right now.

God bless you all, I hope you are seeking the Lord each day and can put your trust fully in Him.

 Ye are of God, little children, and have overcome them: because greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world. ~ 1 John 4:4