Covid-19 After Action Report

My last post, on October 1, 2021, noted that my wife, the Lovely Melis, returned home from Utah on September 27, 2021 not feeling well, and that this was due to her contracting Covid-19 the Gain of Function Flu (manmade).

My wife’s experience with Covid-19 the Gain of Function Flu (manmade) followed the most common symptoms of the Gain of Function Flu (manmade), fever, dry cough, and tiredness, though she also experienced sinus pain and pressure, though her fever(s) never spiked beyond 101. The most troubling aspect for her was the duration of the dry cough she was experiencing and the sinus issues, which only this past week have eased considerably. As noted in the previous post, she was tested by the medical establishment and tested positive.

As for the reason for my not posting anything further since October 1, that is due to my succumbing to the Gain of Function Flu (manmade) on October 2, 2021.

On that day, I got up at my normal time, around 6 a.m., and though I felt a tad off, I went out that morning and accomplished some yard chores. Around 10 a.m., after completing those chores, I quite suddenly felt rotten. I ached from my toes to my head and felt completely exhausted. I immediately took my temperature, and it was 100.4. I was coming down with something, and it was Covid-19 the Gain of Function Flu (manmade).

The physical rottenness I was experiencing intensified through the remainder of the day, with a severe headache being the most debilitating symptom, in conjunction with a state of almost complete exhaustion. This severe headache remained with me for 12 days and was untouchable by Tylenol. Even my scalp ached so badly that I was unable to ease my headache pain by even gently resting my hands on my head.

Other symptoms I experienced were a slight dry cough, though after 7 days of being afflicted I did produced some nasty flim from my lungs. At no time did I experience any shortness of breath, nor did I experience any sinus issues. I did lose my taste and smell 3 days into coming down with the Gain of Function Flu (manmade). In conjunction with this loss of taste and smell, I lost my appetite and was only able to take in minimum amounts of nourishment, which resulted in a weight loss for myself of almost 18 pounds, which, being almost 6 foot 4 and typically around 188 pounds, I really couldn’t afford to lose.

Both my Lovely Melis and I did experience a day or so diarrhea, which, for myself, occurred on the day when my fever spiked to its highest point of 103. Most days my fever ran between 100.6 and 101.3.

After my headache began to ease 12 days along, though neither my taste or smell had returned, I was able to begin eating again, though there was no pleasure in it, and I really had to sort of force myself to eat. After I was able to take in nourishment again, it took a few days for my body to process the foods, and for my digestive system to begin producing solid waste. When I finally had to move my bowels again (I do not post this info to gross anyone out, but simply to note what occurred), my feces were a strange greenish color, and this remained true until just 8 days ago, which I consider(ed) very odd, as physically I was regaining my strength and stamina.

I did not feel well enough until October 28th to begin resuming my normal activities, and found that when I did, and exerted myself doing yard type chores, that my body responded by feeling as if I was coming down with the Gain of Function Flu (manmade) once again. It wasn’t just that I was a tad weak from the weight loss, I ached such as one does when they are coming down with a severe seasonal flu; deep aching in my joints, heavy fatigue, and headache.

As for treatment, I did utilize Ivermectin doses (see earlier posts in regards to Ivermectin), though I cannot say that doing so benefited me, unfortunately, though I know Ivermectin has benefited many individuals. I did not take any other over-the-counter cold or flu medicines.

This Covid-19 Gain of Function Flu (manmade) is a very unusual pathogen. In my 61 years of life, I have never experienced a sickness such as this one. It is not natural, and I am not the only individual who thinks this. Other individuals, no doubt, are not as severely affected by this pathogen, this Gain of Function Flu (manmade), and I am thankful that they are/were not, but in talking with other individuals who have come down with Covid-19 the Gain of Function Flu (manmade) and been affected as severely as I was, they all note that they have never experienced such a sickness as this one, and often describe their experience as being poisoned. They are not off the mark.

As to my health status, prior to contacting the Covid-19 the Gain of Function Flu (manmade), as mentioned I am approximately 6 foot 4 in height, with a normal weight of around 188 – 192 pounds, I spend most of my days outdoors flyfishing, doing yard work, etc., so I’m active, I take no prescription medications, I do take vitamins (multi, D3, and C), smoke cigars, and drink bourbon. I did not submit myself to the medical establishment for testing, nor did I contact my doctor. I have gained back 10 of the pounds I lost, and am working on the getting back the remainder.

I appreciate the comments left of the post of October 1, 2021.

Comments |9|

  • I was realizing recently that I hadn’t seen your comments anywhere for a while. Sorry to hear you’ve been so sick; I hope you & your wife make a full recovery.

  • I hadn’t seen this before today. Sorry to hear you got the bug! My sympathy with your pain getting through it, and prayers for your continued recovery. I won’t vax, but my wife did. I’ve been taking ivm per Barnhardt’s recommendation, 1.5 ml monthly + daily zinc & D3.. Of course, it’s very unsettling to hear that the ivm didn’t seem to help you. I had a severe flu just as I retired in dec. of ’17. First time I ever got so sick I was afraid it’d kill me. I got hearing aids as a consolation prize. Point is, I do take the GoFF seriously. If anything, that gives me permission to indulge a deep anti-social streak. I have a greater concern for my wife. She is a social creature: friends, Tai-Chi classes, and she enjoys being the one in control of the food shopping. She got the vax, and she’ll put up with the mask, but she’s still out there in circulation whereas I’m at home except for a couple of monthly bike rides.
    Every old fart I ever knew used to say some version of “Old age isn’t for sissies (or the faint of heart)”. Now I understand.
    God Bless.


    • JWM, thanks for stopping by. Like you, I have some concerns for my wife (social animal who does yoga regularly), she took the JNJ jab, but, since she now has had the GoFF for real, and will not take any more jabs, I think she should have a more robust natural immunity. I know the GoFF is a reality, and must be taken seriously as it has been created by man to compromise individuals’ health, and as such is a real evil. I trust the Lord will see us through no matter the circumstances.

  • My wife and I also came down with COVID in mid-September, and have learned a few things about effective Ivermectin doses and other very helpful treatments which may be helpful to your readers as well.

    About a month ago, after being in a small room with 6 vaccinated people, we experienced strong COVID-like symptoms: Dry cough, fever-like sensation (but without a temperature), and over a day or so this escalated to more chest congestion and general un-wellness, similar to the symtoms experienced by you and your wife.

    For five days we did the every-48-hours dose of Ivermectin, again at the basic 1.5 ML/CC. We didn’t get worse, but we weren’t improving, either.

    At this point I did a fast re-assessment and went with the I-MASK+ Prevention and Early Outpatient Treatment Protocol for COVID-19 from the Frontline Doctors Alliance (accessible at

    Since we were already experiencing chest symptoms, we went with their “Early Treatment Protocol” (this is on page 2 of the .PDF they make available on their Web site), which calls for a higher Ivermectin dose, ranging from 0.4-0.6 MG per KG of body weight. We went with the upper end of this dose, which worked out to 3.8 ML and 4.5 ML per day of the 1% animal-grade Ivermectin for my wife and myself, respectively. This is over 2X the “standard” dose.

    The I-MASK+ protocol indicates this daily dose should be taken “for 5 days or until recovered,” so we continued on this daily dose for 11 days total, until our cough and congestion was minimal and we felt like we had this under control.

    This protocol also specifies using daily aspirin for clotting reduction and a diluted iodine solution as both a mouthwash and nasal spray to kill the virus in the nasal passages, and we felt this also helped.

    The other treatment we added to this was using a nebulizer at least 3X/day with 3% food-grade Hydrogen Peroxide. This protocol was developed last year by Dr. David Brownstein in Detroit and has been used to successfully treat many COVID patients.

    Here is a background article on this nebulizer treatment:

    In addition to the Ivermectin, we believe that nebulizing Hydrogen Peroxide (also mixed with a couple of drops of Lugol’s Iodine) kept this initial infection from becoming a full-blown case of COVID for both my wife and myself.

    I think of the nebulizer as attacking the virus on the “front lines,” the airway and lungs, where it takes root, and the Ivermectin acts throughout the body to cut the virus off systemically.

    We also passed this treatment along to two of my co-workers who were experiencing COVID symptoms, one of whom was in big trouble–she had severe chest congestion, high fever of 101 F, coughing, and disorientation. They both also took the higher Ivermectin doses and used a nebulizer for several days and both are now out recovered.

    The most important advice I have for anyone is to GET ON THIS TREATMENT at the FIRST SIGN of symptoms. Don’t hesitate to up your Ivermectin dose to the maximum advised under the I-MASK+ protocol. Above all, don’t do like most people who do nothing for a few days while their symptoms worsen. This puts you into a deeper hole with this thing and takes longer to recover. This can be a serious and life-threatening illness, and requires a Defcon 1 level response to stamp it out. And based on what I’ve been reading, viral and spike protein shedding from vaccinated people is going to keep this threat active for some time to come, and probably worse over this coming winter.

    We have and are stocking up on extra Ivermectin and nebulizers to help our family members and friends, and we pray that they won’t wait too long before calling us if they need our help.

    • Eric, FLCCC is an excellent resource which I referenced in these pages some months back. Thanks for mentioning them once again. I pray both you and your wife remain in good health. Thank you for your input.

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