The Spike Protein FUNCTIONS AS A “MICROTUMOR”: Instantaneous “Micrometastases”: Induction of Tumor Microenvironment: LONG COVID!




Walter M Chesnut | 22 December 2022


The aberrant signaling induced by the Spike Protein of SARS-CoV-2 MIMICS PRECISELY the signaling found in Cancer Cachexia




Yes, the very first image. The metabolic effects and inflammation of cancer cells (in this case, the Spike Protein causes THE EXACT SAME metabolic reprogramming and inflammation) inducing Cancer Cachexia cause an altered sense of taste and smell. Also, the same effects cause an atrophy of cardiac muscle and an increased energy consumption by the heart.


Just as with cancer cells. The Spike Protein’s induction of upregulated Cytokine expression causes either Apoptosis of muscle cells (overwhelming cytokine expression), or AUTOPHAGY of muscle cells (lower levels of Cytokine expression).


The Spike Protein of SARS-CoV-2 Impairs Lipid Metabolism and Increases Susceptibility to Lipotoxicity: Implication for a Role of Nrf2


Cytokine Signature Induced by SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein in a Mouse Model






This also explains the loss of energy as the Cytokines induce the Uncoupling Protein, interrupting ATP synthesis. And what makes this particularly fascinating? In Cancer Cachexia the white adipose tissue begins to behave as brown adipose tissue. This is directly related to the induction of the Uncoupling Protein. And, what animals have abundant brown adipose tissue? HIBERNATING ANIMALS!


Hence, SARS-CoV-2 infects human fat cells, replicating and altering cell function and viability in a depot- and viral lineage-dependent fashion.

SARS-CoV-2 spike protein was found across the adipose tissue of subjects who had detectable viral genome in fat and adipocytes were among the cells infected, as demonstrated by SARS-CoV-2 spike protein detection around lipid droplets.


SARS-CoV-2 infects adipose tissue in a fat depot- and viral lineage-dependent manner


Please watch the entirety of the video below as it allows for full understanding of this hypothesis. It is also the source of the above images and much of the content.



5.4.4 cancer and metabolism: cachexia | JP Educare




At long last, I can now further explain the mechanisms of what I observed long ago. That the Spike Protein is “Cancer Without Tumors.”


May 10, 2021


Is it any wonder that we are seeing massive amounts of cancer? If the “seeds” take root in a fertile environment, would you expect anything else?


We will work on combatting this. Blessings to all this Holiday Season. Thank you for your continued support and encouragement.




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