Bleeding from the Inoculation point

October 17, 2021

Some people who have been inoculated have reacted instantly to the substance that is inoculated into them. One of the reactions is that, as soon as they are injected with the misnamed vaccine, patients expel the contents through the inoculation site. Some do so immediately, while others take a few hours.

Dr. José Luis Sevillano offered an explanation for this phenomenon in the following excerpt brought to English by Orwell City.

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Ricardo Delgado: 'From Carballiño Orense. I have a friend who won't stop bleeding from the inoculation hole.' Because of the jab. 'Doctors can't explain to us what it can be..... What can it be, and how can she stop it?' So what she has is a hemorrhage. Or maybe she's had one because what we're looking at more is the opposite: clotting. But if there is clotting somewhere and there is a... I don't know. I don't know how this particular case could be explained. 

Dr. Sevillano: You'll have to ask this woman if she has abscessed her arm because she may have abscessed her arm. It's a collection. A... Let me see if I remember the term. Damn! Anyway, I can't remember the word now. 

What's happening is that the contents of the vaccine have been collected. The organism has focused on it, isolated it, and produced a kind of foreign body reaction around the inoculation point, trying to stop the vaccine there. In this case, the body will always keep the inoculation point open because the body uses this hole to expel the vaccine. This is what you do when, for example, you're shot in the war, and 80 later, the object is expelled through the part of the lung where it was located since the war of the '40s. This is something that happens. The body takes time to expel the material. Since it's not interested in it, it makes a fistula. It communicates the material with the outside and pushes it out. Then, it could very well be that this woman doesn't stop bleeding from that point because the body is trying to get rid of the vaccine. It could be possible.

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