Preventatives for the New Scourge of Covid Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Q: What is sudden cardiac arrest? – Bryan Ardis
A: Two words: “spike protein” – Dr. Thomas Levy, MD


There is a newer insidious scourge of a silent killer disease currently inflicting the modern world.  It is called Sudden Cardiac Arrest. By now it is no surprise to the public who have witnessed such conspicuous sudden deaths attributed to myocarditis (inflammation of heart muscle resulting death from irregular heartbeat) on TV and the Internet.  It is believed that billions of people worldwide who received synthetic immunity COVID-19 injections are predisposed to it.  It mostly occurs without symptoms unless one has Chronic COVID.

Thomas Levy, MD, JD, Miami, Florida, in collaboration with Dr. Fabrice Leu, ND, Natural Registry of Professions, Switzerland, is educating those who have had synthetic spike protein injections as to how to prevent such sudden death events.  Levy says he experienced only one case of sudden heart attack death in his decades long cardiological practice, as it was a rare occurrence. He reports 2,000 European soccer players collapsed on the field and 1,400 died since COVID and only 1 prior to that.  However in 2017, prior to COVID, there were 350,000 sudden cardiac deaths in the US, so causes other than Synthetic Spike Protein cannot be dismissed.

The main causes of Sudden Cardiac Arrest other than suspected Spike Protein are obesity, alcoholism, and fibrosis. Cystic Fibrosis can be caused by oxalates, a natural pesticide in all plants such as spinach, chocolate, almonds and vitamin C/fungus. High oxalate levels raise risk of sudden cardiac arrest by 62 percent.  Heavy metals such as aluminum are in all immunity injections to accelerate uptake but can lead to cardiovascular disease. Aluminum phosphide, a common pesticide, has been used as a suicidal agent. Aluminum in the human body can be detected by electrocardiogram. However, all these other causes do not explain the perceived increase in Sudden Cardiac Arrests since COVID, unless heavy metal in multiple injections and boosters is an independent variable in heart arrythmias.

Pre-Diagnosis Without Symptoms

Levy says nobody is trying to identify who is predisposed to Sudden Cardiac Death. So, he is recommending several not well-known pre-diagnostic tests such as Holter Heartbeat Monitoring, because Sudden Cardiac Arrest is a heartbeat irregularity (arrythmia) event that does not manifest prior symptoms.  Spike Proteins tend to accumulate in the heart. Levy cautions that a portable Holter Monitoring Device is simple but also needs a 24-hour EKG readout device for interpretation by a medical practitioner. Both can be found for sale online.  A standard D-Dimer Blood Clot test must be obtained as soon as possible whether manifesting symptoms or not says Levy. The Late Gadolinium Imaging Test is the gold standard for heart attack diagnosis and prognosis.  A Heart Stress Test on a treadmill is also essential says Levy because some clotting may not be found otherwise. A Troponin Protein Test for heart attack is standard says Levy but would not detect arrythmias in advance.

Summary Diagnostic Tests (in order of priority)

Treatment Without Symptoms

Additionally, Levy is recommending several breakthrough preventive treatments.  Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation is recommended to eliminate spike protein from the blood, although it may not be effective in doing so in the entire body. The purpose of UV Blood treatment is to reduce clotting as measured on the D-Dimer Test.

Levy says Spike Protein has been found in the blood six months after injection and it is unknown how long it may circulate in the body.  So, treatment is needed but what works when there are no prior symptoms. The priority of treatment is to get any D-Dimer tested blood clotting lowered. Levy and his co-author Fabrice Leu, ND, have written a paper – Persistent Spike Protein Syndrome: Rapid Resolution with Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation – about UV treatment of blood to eliminate Spike Protein from the blood.  The immune system may explode the Spike Protein causing it to send thousands of fragments into the blood stream. UV is a demonstrated treatment to remove these fragments, as well as chelators such as EDTA or Serrapeptase .

IV Ozonation and Oxygenation Therapy to clean blood of toxins, chemicals, bacteria, and “garbage” can be found in walk-in clinics in many cities.

Heavy metals from prior injections, such as barium, cesium, aluminum and titanium, can bring about heart inflammation, toxicity and attract parasites that capture metal.  Levy recommends using EDTA by IV injection or ETDA-Calcium as a food supplement to chelate such metals.

Levy is a natural treatment advocate but given no prior symptoms he recommends taking an appropriate anti-arrythmia drug as the only other preventative.  Research indicates arrythmia regulating drugs don’t work reliably.  However, Tom Cowan, MD., in his book Human Heart-Cosmic Heart – A Doctor’s Quest to Understand, Treat and Prevent Heart Disease (2015), reports he has successfully used Strophanthus seed extract called Quabain to prevent arrythmias – more here.

Summary of Preventive Treatments

Kastner Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation IV Treatment to eliminate spike proteins from blood only
Extra Corporeal IV Blood Ozonation and Oxygenation (EBOO) Filtering to clean blood of bacteria, toxins, chemicals, etc.
Detoxification of heavy metals by EDTA (Ethylenediaminetetracetic Acid) Intravenous Blood Chelation to remove heavy metals from blood; or over the counter EDTA-Calcium supplementation.  EDTA is not found in nature.

Additional Preventive Treatments

  • IV vitamin C (50 to 150 grams daily); or any oral form in the highest doses possible (warning: ultra-high dose Vit. C exceeding 250 mg./day can cause kidney damage)
  • IV or oral hydrocortisone (25 to 50 mg) in IV or with the first oral dose of vitamin C
  • Hydrogen peroxide nebulization
  • Methylene blue, 25 to 50 mg two or three times daily (consult list of drug interactions)
  • Hyperbaric chamber oxygenation
  • Natural chelators Serrapeptase, NAC (supplements)

Video:  Thomas Levy Video Presentation on Sudden Cardiac Arrest – LINK (Title is incorrect – Hit Link)

Papers:  Thomas Levy

Persistent Spike Protein Syndrome: Rapid Resolution with Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation
Resolving Persistent Spike Protein Syndrome