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1 in 5 Deceased Found With Mysterious White Clots In Veins

Updated: Feb 8

20% of all dead bodies embalmed now have the never before seen cloting and no one seems to be talking about it.

It’s a big one this week, some of you might already know, but for those that don’t, we need to spread this as far and wide as you can.

Reports are flooding in from embalmers and scientists across the nation – it seems that a whopping 20% of all deceased individuals, regardless of their cause of death, are being discovered with perplexing blood clots.

That's right, you heard it correctly. Regardless of whether it's COVID-19, vaccines, or something entirely different that did them in, these strange clots are showing up in nearly one out of every five bodies. Now, if that doesn't send a shiver down your spine, consider the fact that as I write this, the mainstream will tell you this is a conspiracy theory. Its being hidden.

But fear not, dear readers, because Sally Joe is on the case. Join me as we delve into the depths of this eerie phenomenon and try to uncover just what in the world is going on.

Now, before we get too deep into this, let's set the scene. It's 2020, and embalmers are going about their business as usual, prepping bodies for their final farewell. But suddenly, they start noticing something strange – these clots, they're not your run-of-the-mill blood clots. Oh no, these bad boys are big, rubbery, and downright bizarre. Take a look at the pictures below, see the colour? White, not red. These never existed before 2019

Mike Adams, a lab whiz from Texas, decides to take a closer look at these funky clots. And what does he find? Well, hold onto your hats, folks – these clots are missing some key elements that you'd normally find in human blood. We're talking iron, potassium, magnesium – you name it, these clots don't have it.

So, what's causing these weird clots? That's the million-dollar question, isn't it? Some folks are pointing fingers at COVID-19 or vaccines, while others are keeping their cards close to their chest. But one thing's for sure – embalmers like Richard Hirschman are seeing these clots pop up more and more often, and they're not liking what they're seeing.

Richard, a seasoned embalmer from Alabama, has been in the game for decades. But even he's scratching his head over these strange clots. "Back in the day, we'd maybe see a clot here and there," he tells me. "But now? It's like they're everywhere. And it's got me worried, Sally. Real worried."

According to Dr. James Thorp, a maternal-fetal medicine expert who's been keeping a keen eye on anomalies in pregnant women and fetuses, these mammoth blood clots are unlike anything we've ever seen before in the world of medicine. And guess what? He's got some ideas about what might be causing them.

Thorpy boy thinks that the COVID-19 vaccine might be the culprit here, folks. According to him, the vaccine is like that annoying friend who crashes the party and steals all the attention – it diverts energy away from the body's normal processes and focuses it on churning out that pesky spike protein. This diversion of energy messes with our bodies' natural clean-up crew, known as autophagy, leading to all sorts of shenanigans like protein misfolding and, you guessed it, those monstrous blood clots. And just to put things into perspective, Thorp believes that the vaccine's effect on these diseases could be a whopping 100- to 1,000-fold greater than that of COVID-19 itself. Yikes!

Another point of view comes from Dr Wade Hamilton – Peadiatric Cardiologist. Hamilton reckons that the low levels of electrolytes in these clots might be because they're playing host to some unwanted guests – toxins, to be precise. He thinks these toxins are snatching up electrolytes like Vitamin B-12 at a party, binding to them as they try to make their grand exit from the body. And what's worse? Hamilton thinks that these super-strong strings, with their nearly steel-like strength, could be causing multi-organ failure and sending folks off to that great chessboard in the sky.


To round this article off, Dr. Sherri Tenpenny's got her own take on the situation and she has been studying adverse vaccine reactions for over 30 years . According to her, these clots might be linked to everyone's favorite protein, amyloid. Yep, you heard it right – she thinks that the spike protein is causing a ruckus, depositing amyloid in organs and clogging up arteries and veins faster than you can say "checkmate." And it doesn't stop there, folks. Tenpenny believes that the spike protein's meddling with platelets and fibrinogen is leading to hypercoagulation, effectively gumming up the works and causing chaos throughout the body.

As embalmers and experts alike scramble to unravel this mystery, one thing's for certain – we're in uncharted territory, folks. You have to be asking questions and confirming these things and sharing them with those whose head so firmly sits in the sand.

Thats Just what I think though, in the meantime:

Trust No Single Source

Trust Your Gut &

Stay Curious

Sally Joe

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