Is COVID-19 a virus or is it another phenomena altogether? Are viruses alive or not? If a virus is not alive, then how can we “kill” it with a vaccine or drug? This is an ongoing debate in the field of microbiology.

Author and researcher Aajonus Vonderplanitze asserts: “Viruses have no nucleus. There is no respiratory system. There is no circulatory system. There is no digestive system. Viruses are not alive. That is like saying soap is alive. Soap is not alive. They are solvents. They are soaps. However, more accurately, they are enzymes to fractionate tissue for waste elimination.”

Exosomes are particles or vesicles released from the cell; they carry RNA, toxins and cellular debris in response to various insults including toxins, stress including fear, cancer, ionizing radiation, infection, injury, many diseases, immune response and asthma.

This is now well established science which has been considered for the treatment of various medical conditions. Exosomes may also be released when in contact with the COVID-19 virus.

A number of virologists agree with the conclusion that viruses are actually exosomes. Exosomes are the same size, shape and appearance as the COVID-19 virus. Under an electron microscope COVID-19 and exosomes look identical. Could this possibly be a coincidence, or do we have two names for the same phenomena? 

Both exosomes and COVID-19 carry RNA and both attach to the same receptors. Please note that these exosomes are the result and not the cause of illness, with primary roles of coagulation, intercellular signaling and excretion of waste materials.

No wonder anti-viral medications, a protocol given in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, now abandoned, caused such terrible side effects  such as allergic reactions, fever, nausea, vomiting, bleeding, diabetic lactic acidosis, damage to the kidney, liver and pancreas and breathing problems.

Anti-viral drugs suppress the body’s best efforts to protect itself against the effects of COVID-19 and other toxins. Yet, despite the dangers of treating COVID-19 with anti-viral drugs, the primary focus of COVID-19 treatment in the West is developing a vaccine to fight the virus.

Granted, in the beginning no one knew how to treat COVID-19 or what it was. Now, as the evidence mounts that COVID-19 may not be a foreign invader outside of the human body. It’s our own human body’s immune system response to being in contact with COVID-19.

If COVID-19 is overloading the body’s electrical circuitry, and by high-jacking oxygen causes injury to the lung cells, then an increased production of exosomes (less accurately called viruses) will be the result. Thank goodness for nature’s intelligent response so that every body is able to naturally defend itself against disease.

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Are we making the same mistake with viruses that we have made with cholesterol and saturated fat, blaming a substance that is essential to life for causing a disease?

Twenty years ago the medical establishment “knew” that bacteria were killers, now we recognize that bacteria are essential to human health. How long will it take us to learn that so-called viruses, including COVID-19, may be our friends and natural allies?


  1. Microbiology Society | Are viruses alive or not?
  2. Wikipedia | Aajonus Vonderplanitze, The Recipe for Living Without Disease | You’re working under the wrong premise.
  3. Wikipedia | Definition “exosome”.
  4. YouTube | COVID-19 Base Pairs identical to Chromosome 8 Human DNA.
  5. Citation Needed | Anti-viral drugs ineffective in treating COVID-19.
  6. YouTube | Roll of exosomes in the cells; Nourishing Traditions | More about exosomes; Weston A. Price Foundation.

Source: Dawning of the Corona Age: Navigating the Pandemic by Johnny Freedom, p.37-39