COVID-19 Protein Disruptor Frequencies Version 7.0

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Ongoing research shows most COVID-19 virus strains can be managed by an Ivermectin/Doxycline/Zinc protocol and these strains have specific protein disruptor frequencies which disable the protein mechanisms that allow the SARS-CoV-2 virus to replicate. Some strains are resistant to Ivermectin and may be responsive to Hydroxycloroquine. These strains have a separate protein pathway. A few viral strains are resistant to both Ivermectin and Hydroxycloroquine and follow a third protein pathway mechanism. This update includes protein disruptor frequencies for mutant UK strains B.1.1.7.

These frequencies are free and released under a Creative Commons License.

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Ongoing research shows most COVID-19 virus strains can be managed by an Ivermectin/Doxycline/Zinc protocol and these strains have specific protein disruptor frequencies which disable the protein mechanisms that allow the SARS-CoV-2 virus to replicate. Some strains are resistant to Ivermectin and may be responsive to Hydroxycloroquine. These strains have a separate protein pathway. A few viral strains are resistant to both Ivermectin and Hydroxycloroquine and follow a third protein pathway mechanism. This update includes protein disruptor frequencies for mutant UK strains B.1.1.7.

COVID-19 is a disease which means it is a set of symptoms. The root cause involves the SARS-COV-2 virus. This is a flu virus so it is hosted by a larger organism which is the usual cause of infection. In this case it is a bat virus hosted by the prevotella bacteria. This bacteria will pick up other pathogens as it circulates around the globe. However, this syndrome stirs up latent pathogens in the body causing complications. The prevotella bacteria hosts the virus after the initial infection clears up. Then it flares up repeatedly when prevotella release the virus in the absence of high levels of Vitamin C in the blood. Most COVID-19 headaches are caused by the HMRV virus which is found in about 30 million Americans because of contaminated vaccine and blood products. Mycobacterium tuberculosis is commonly found with SARS-COV-2 infections. These cofactors along with opportunistic pneumonia pathogens create lung problems in people deficient in Vitamin C or Vitamin D. Multiple recent studies show there have been zero hospital admissions with individuals with high blood levels of Vitamins C and D.

The NY Times posted the detailed sequence of how COVID-19 attacks cells. It listed every protein and how each works. #https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/…n-protein.html  Frequencies for each of these proteins can be run on any Rife device.

The frequencies have undergone more intensive testing and updates. In addition, frequencies for the HIV proteins embedded in the DNA have been added. See Epoch News video documentary.

These frequencies are free and released under a Creative Commons license. This means anyone can use it by citing source and if they change it they have to share.

These frequencies seem to clear most of the virus in any person or building within a day. They do not eliminate the cofactors which you can read about at https://www.frequencyfoundation.com/…-for-covid-19/

A person is like a disk drive and a virus is a program on the hard disk.  These frequencies erase the SARS-COV-2 program and reduce the risk of the COVID-19 syndrome.

#COVID-19 Protein Disruptor Frequencies
#copyright 2005-2020 Frequency Research Foundation, USA. Offered for license under the Attribution Share-Alike under license of Creative Commons, accessible at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/legalcode and also described in summary form at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/. By utilizing these frequencies you acknowledge and agree that you have read and agree to be bound by the terms of the Attribution ShareAlike license of Creative Commons.

 

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