She’s a senior research scientist at MIT with four degrees from MIT so Dr. Stephanie Seneff is a voice to be listened to. In a video interview in English with the French newspaper France Soir (Link), Seneff asserts that: “in a couple of months, vaccinated people are going to be at a disadvantage compared to the unvaccinated.” In light of the fact that millions of people around the world, especially in the West, have been and are continuing to be vaccinated, her assertion is not only mind-blowing, it is truly frightening.
Stephanie Seneff is the author of Toxic Legacy, a new book which claims that the popular weedkiller glyphosate is behind the rise in autism. The book also cites astonishing correlations between glyphosate and the obesity and diabetes epidemics, Alzheimer’s disease and various cancers. Seneff’s research on glyphosate propelled her to examine the potential dangers of mRNA Covid vaccines. With fellow researcher, Greg Nigh, she published her findings in the International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice and Research (See link to article) .
“What we found was terrifying,” she says. “We are facing a future that is even more grim than today in terms of auto-immune diseases, neurogenerative diseases and cancers. “ Seneff ‘s assertion that mRNA vaccines are extremely dangerous is based on two phenomena. The first is on the fact that the vaccines are designed to make our cells produce the virus’ spike protein and a strong antibody response. “The vaccines do this very well,” says Seneff. “But that is the danger because these antibodies can get out of control, become auto-antibodies and then attack all kinds of tissues, causing a host of auto-immune diseases and cancers.”
The other phenomenon is ADE (antibody dependent enhancement), whereby the antibodies that are produced in our cells facilitate the entry of the virus, instead of blocking it. “The antibodies can bind themselves to the virus and be protective but they do not necessarily enhance the immune system” she explains. “If you have a weakened immune system, these antibodies can cause the virus to multiply.” Seneff attributes the surge in Covid infections in highly vaccinated places to ADE. She cites the case of Provincetown in the US which recently saw a huge outbreak of infections, 75% of which were among the fully vaccinated: “As the vaccines decline in efficacy, the more the ADE phenomenon will kick in.”
During her research, Seneff found that the spike protein produced by the vaccine accumulates in four organs: the spleen, ovaries, adrenal glands and liver, with the highest levels in the spleen. The over-production of antibodies in the spleen, she says, results in a large percentage being shipped to the brain where they can cause diseases such as Parkinson’s Disease. Seneff notes many reports of people developing Parkinson’s Disease a few weeks after receiving the vaccine. She cites other disturbing adverse events of the vaccines such as miscarriages, resurgences of latent viruses such as shingles, herpes and Bells’ palsy and a higher number of Covid vaccine associated deaths than for all vaccines in the last four years (as reported in VAERS – the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System in the US).
“It’s the innate immunity which we need to strengthen in order to fight this virus,” says Seneff.