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Behavioral Modification, Bat Vaccines, and a Great Yeadon Interview
A quick collection of news.
This is a very quick collection of news that caught my eye as I was working on two other things.
#1. This one caught my eye because I wrote it. :) My article on behavioral modification experiments and methods was published by Mercola (PDF).
It is not a big secret that the military have been salivating over behavioral modification for decades., experimenting with chemicals, with sound, and with electromagnetic waves in order to evoke desired reactions. The latest craze is combining genetically modified viruses with electromagnetic pulses to control cellular activity remotely. (Don’t call me a conspiracy theorist, it’s not my fault they are working on it.)
All of this is pretty disgusting. My take on it is, no fear. It is good to be aware of what’s happening and then leave any fear aside and be spiritually grounded and strong so that no attempt to mess with our heads can be successful. I believe very deeply that no matter how advanced the technology may get, and no matter what tricks they may try—if not now, then later, since it’s kind of like Chekhov’s gun on the wall—the world remains what it has always been, and spiritual strength is our responsibility. Predators exist to remind us of our pure hearts and of the fact that we don’t owe them submission or misery. [I updated the link to the PDF as Mercola articles are only up for 48 hours.]
#2. Fantastic research by Celia Farber who dug out an old military project that had to do with vaccinating bats in caves with a genetic vaccine (a chimeric virus, synthetic biology, whatever you call it). Without going very deep into the woods and down the rabbit hole (I know), I believe that there is a reasonable chance that what we got to know as “SARS-CoV-2” might be a synthetic biology thing they created, presumably, to vaccinate the bats against, presumably, SARS (all of which coexists with the fact that the tests we are using for COVID are Theranos-like, that the establishment science is not scientific at all anymore, and that the 24/7 fear mongering was not remotely benevolent, in my opinion—which is disgusting and criminal.)
#3. A stellar specimen of tasteless propaganda (it’s really bad). It hits every stereotype, makes fun of medical conditions (!!!), and calls ivermectin “horse medicine.” Divide and conquer! Bread and circuses for the proud peasants! YIKES.
#4. An absolutely fantastic interview with Dr. Mike Yeadon in which he goes over in great detail over his CV (I learned new things) and why he is so appalled by and ashamed of the industry that he used to be very successful in. I love Yeadon so much, he is so honest and brave.
#5. My story from some time ago called, “Why Bother Speaking the Truth.”
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