“My Brain and Body Were Taken Over by My Toxic Implants,” Slut Turned Suicidal by Boob Job

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
January 25, 2019

Melissa George, bikini model

Women rarely face consequences for the deceptions they pull on a daily basis, but when they do, it tends to be hilarious. This slut went nuts after getting breast implants, to the point of considering either killing herself or cutting out the implants herself.

The Sun:

A bikini model claims she was laughed at by doctors before she tried to cut out her own breast implants after they “drove her to the brink of suicide”.

Melissa George, 28, believes that she was suffering from breast implant illness (BII), which left her wanting to kill herself.

The personal trainer, from Gold Coast, Australia, had a boob job in February 2015 – taking her from a 32A to a 32DD.

Within months of having the op, however, Melissa found that she was constantly tired.

She also became intolerant to many foods and was taken to hospital on several occasions complaining of breathlessness.

But every test that Melissa had done came back normal.

She said: “After my breast augmentation, about three months post-op, once the swelling had settled, I began to notice a lot of nerve damage and they were completely the wrong size for my body.

I noticed health symptoms around seven months after the operation. A major symptom being the fatigue and crippling anxiety. My anxiety led to panic attacks.

No matter what I did and how much I slept, I was always tired. I never felt refreshed after sleeping.

“I was sensitive to so many more foods than before my implants.

“I couldn’t eat any form of gluten without extreme pain and bloating.”

“Other symptoms were constant body aches, mood swings, muscle pain and soreness which lasted for weeks after training.

“I couldn’t focus, I’d lose interest quickly and forget things. I had no appetite, hair loss and brain fog.

“Everyone would ask me why I was sick again, but that was just how I woke up each morning and to me it was normal, so I learned to live with it.

“The hardest symptom was the anxiety and depression which ruined my life.

I was contemplating suicide, and as hard as that is to admit, it’s the harsh truth of the illness.

In the end, she spent around £10,000 seeing different specialists trying to work out what was wrong – but they only prescribed Melissa medication to numb the effects without finding the source.

Melissa says that her implants caused her to have vivid dreams that she was dying and would often wake up in tears.

I reached a point of total psychosis and I was going insane.

I felt like my body was shutting down as the weeks went by and I thought that if no one would do it for me, I would just cut them out myself.

“I had such vivid dreams that I was dying, and I would wake up crying at the thought.

My brain and body were taken over by my toxic implants. I became scared and before I knew it, I was hospitalised with severe anxiety.”

In the end, convinced that something was taking over her body, she was hospitalised for severe anxiety five times and almost sectioned by doctors who refused to believe she was genuinely sick.

Quick highlight of major symptoms she described:

  • Her body letting her know the breast implants are the problem by having her notice “they were completely the wrong size” for her body.
  • Her energy was being drained away. She was constantly fatigued. Not even sleeping made her feel rested.
  • Anxiety and depression. Her emotions were compromised.
  • Her digestion was compromised.
  • Problems focusing her mind. No energy for that.
  • Memory problems.
  • Hair loss, lack of appetite, and sickish appearance. Her body was breaking down.
  • Suicidal thoughts.
  • Vivid nightmares about her dying.
  • She felt her body shutting down.
  • She thought she was going insane.
  • She described her brain and body as “taken over” by her implants.

Everything points towards the boob job.

Were her implants cursed?

Cursed objects are not as uncommon as you think, but cursed breast implants would be quite rare. Not impossible, though, especially considering some breast implants use saline solutions as fillers. Both water and salt crystals are sensitive to energy and can be “charged.”

Salt water is known to absorb a kind of energy that without going into too much detail we can describe as what causes one to sometimes feel a “bad vibe.” This negative energy can be dispersed or transported by using saline solutions that are meant to be discarded after they’re charged with it. Some people also use salt water to help rid themselves of the effects the harassment of some entities has on their body. After the process is completed, the water is not meant to be kept close.

This slut kept the salt water close.

Never keep the salt water close.

She eventually had her implants removed in December 2018, after finding a Facebook group of women discussing their own experiences of BII.

Melissa immediately contacted her surgeon to find out if she could have her implants removed and claims that the moment the anaesthetic wore off, she immediately felt better.

Some of the effects happened immediately when I woke up from surgery.

“I could take a deep breath again and my eyes weren’t swollen or yellow in colour. I cried from happiness when I saw the instant changes in my face.

My anxiety is completely gone and I’m not having any panic attacks now.

As expected after removing the charged salt water, she felt immediately better. This case will likely be brushed off as some weird psychological phenomenon by current mainstream science and medicine, and that is by design.

This isn’t a new occurrence though.

Remember that these matters were discussed in the past.

The knowledge exists, but is deliberately kept away from the Goyim.

There are many mechanisms put in place by the hand-rubbers to prevent the Goyim from knowing. If the Goyim in science and medicine were to start publicly discussing cases like this instead of dismissing them, they’d immediately be met with ridicule and ostracized by their peers because the more this is heard, the more likely it is that people may start asking questions that could lead towards a path of discovery of what is commonly known as the supernatural.

Start asking some questions. They may take you through an interesting path.

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