Some of you are thinking, “Is this a thing?” Yup. Sure is. Got a text a couple of weeks ago from a pregnant woman who needed a possible blood transfusion and did I know where she could get “untainted blood” from “unvaccinated donors?” Non-profit organizations have popped up globally to match requests with mRNA injection free donors. Most of us know by now that mRNA is a gene modification therapy and the spike protein in the jab is highly toxic. A Swiss brokerage for unvaccinated blood donation is operating in 17 countries and across Africa and Asia. There are several options I will share today. I recently read:
People want to know, “Is there a definite danger in accepting vaccinated blood transfusions?” Pathologist, Dr. Ryan Cole’s answer to that question is, “We don’t know. Nobody knows. No blood bank is checking.” But he goes on to say, “I have clots from unvaccinated deceased that were transfused and formed large clots post transfusion and died.”
So, I want to give a shout-out to one of my readers, Cyndi, who did the leg work for me on this. It’s not so simple. It’s very involved. For the one who needs an immediate transfusion, it’s got to be old school; call the medics and meet up. For those who have a surgery coming up or have the luxury of more time, here is some information, AND OF COURSE, don’t use words “unvaccinated or pure blood” or you are sure to be flagged and denied.
First, the local hospital needs to be contacted to find out which blood donation facility they work with. Yavapai Regional Medical Center uses Vitalant Blood Donation.
They offer both Autologous (blood you give for yourself) or Directed Donations (someone giving blood for you) services. See link A form must be completed, with a Doctor’s signature who is affliated with the hospital. 72 hours for the form to be processed and approved. Once the form is processed and approved, donation is given and then it takes about 7 days to process and screen the blood and be ready for transfusion. There is a 500.00 non refundable fee.
- For the American Red Cross, the hospital must be affiliated with them. The closest one I could find to Prescott was Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix. The process is similar. However, there is NO fee and the donor does NOT have to be at that location.
- Blessed By His Blood Cooperative. A Christian organization stepping up to meet this need. The one in need of blood must become a member ($25) and initiate their process. Someone will be in direct contact with you from their agency both by email and phone to link you with a donor and all that that entails. They have a FAQ on their website you can check out.
The big question to get answered from the blood blank: How long can the blood be stored??
I hope you are beginning to think “outside the box” and “parallel systems.” When, how, the timeframe; we don’t know. But 2020 changed everything. I, for one, am no longer naive.
On a quick I’ve-woken-up side note, I have always had a very miniscule interest (5%) in sci-fi. Just not my cup-of-tea. Well, even that has changed of late and my interest has significantly peaked. My daughter suggested a show on Apple TV that she said, “This is for pop Mom; you won’t be interested.” So last night we gave Episode 1 of Silo a go. My response: “Girl, this is no longer sci-fi stuff; it’s more like Reality TV.” Shows like these I would have blown off as far-fetched. Not anymore.