We are leaving language laws and medicine in Quebec. My next post is about French illustrator Félix Lorioux (1872–1964).
I wanted to publish it today, but my current illness is stubborn. I must spend a week or so in Sherbrooke, but I will be returning to my friend’s home. The company of friends and readers is precious. So is the magic of this season.
Love to everyone 💕
© Micheline Walker
1 December 2021
Bonjour Micheline, Hope you are feeling better. As you know, myocarditis and pericarditis are the effects of the Pfizer “vaccine,” which is not a vaccine; it is a gene therapy, and Pfizer cheated on its testing. Pfizer controls the U.S. CDC, FDA, NIH etc. I would not recommend a booster shot.
When pericarditis was diagnosed, I was asked when I was vaccinated. Doctors knew the vaccine could be a cause. However, I had been vaccinated too long ago for the vaccine to have played a role in my illness. It was not the Pfizer vaccine, and people had to provide information about their medical history before the second injection. Those at risk were not vaccinated. I thank you for mentioning that the vaccine could be the cause.
Clearly a splendid illustrator of whom I was unaware. I like the music, too. I do hope your health improves soon, Micheline
Thank you, Derrick. Lorioux was a very good illustrator and he is well-known in France. However, little information is available about him.
My first reply left on its own. I do hope my health improves. Three things happened at the same time, or almost. The worst diagnostic was a muscular-skeletal disorder. I do not know what will happen to me. I was first put on cortisone and morphine, but I am now taking medication that relaxes the muscles and dulls the pain, but it barely works. I doubt very much that my doctor is qualified to deal with this. I’ll try to arrange a rescue plan, 🙂