Pop tenor Ed Sheeran sings dystopian misdirection Bad Habits
“In humans, chimerism most commonly occurs when a pregnant woman absorbs a few cells from her fetus. The opposite may also happen, where a fetus absorbs a few cells from its mother. These cells may travel into the mother’s or fetus’s bloodstream and migrate to different organs. They may remain in a mother’s body or a child’s body for a decade or more following childbirth. This condition is called microchimerism. A similar kind of chimerism can occur when a person receives a blood transfusion, stem cell transplant, or bone marrow transplant from another person and absorbs some of that person's cells. This is called artificial chimerism….”
Etymology – from the Greek χάρισμα (khárisma), which means favor freely given or gift of grace.
When we receive Holy Communion, is Christ’s charisma or chimerism current?
C-4 is explosive and do not take by mouth.