“One of the things that typically happens in an argument or debate is that an individual makes a statement, and moves on to the next subject, theme, or piece of information, and the next, without proving or settling the first one. Then you end up with six bits of nonsense that supposedly make the thing make sense. We are not going to do that.”

Tom Cowan

This happens all the time. David Bohm was the first to describe this, as he slowed down his dialogues with J. Krishnamurti, questioning assumptions. Krishnamurti would make a statement and Dave would pause and ask, “why do you feel this way or, why do you believe this is true?” Later Bohm described; what we call thought is mostly a rapid-fire pulsing of automatic reflexes, occurring so fast, that we lose track of what we are doing. The reflex system takes over. There is very little or no true intelligence in a reflex.

With his scientific rigor, Bohm looked at this for over a quarter of a century, publishing what he discovered in “Thought as a System,” “Science, Order and Creativity,” and other works. The ‘science of the mind’ called Tibetan Buddhism applies and has refined what Dave discovered for centuries, not only considering what we think but how and why questioning fundamental assumptions that give rise to everyday perceptions and behavior.

When I asked Dave why fundamental assumptions, such as strongly held beliefs, including our assumed ego, are so difficult to penetrate, he brilliantly observed that the false nature of unquestioned assumptions defends itself by concealing the fraud from itself. If the fraud was seen, and revealed, everything built on the assumption would crumble, including our ego. Thought defends itself by concealing from itself what it is doing, and it does so in deceptive and clever ways. The greater the pressure to question the assumption, the greater the defense that conceals.

Back to Tom Cowan. Tom had the audacity to question and challenge “The Contagion Myth,” in a book by that title. For the past two years (and likely much longer), Tom and a growing list of professionals, have challenged the existence of pathogenic viruses. According to strict, verifiable criteria, there is no proof that viruses exist, or that they, or bacteria “cause” disease, so-called Germ Theory, upon which the entire pharmaceutical-vaccine industry is built, and equally important; masks, social distancing, vaccine passports, all the data gathering, and surveillance, travel restrictions, censorship, trampling of the constitution and civil liberties and more, are based. If viruses don’t exist, neither should any of the above. If these nasty invisible bugs aren’t to blame, what is? No one asks that question if they believe the bugs are to blame. No longer believing this changes the world.

I encourage you to listen carefully to two recent webinars where Tom presents his evidence, followed by the documentary series “The Virus Deception,” which goes even more deeply into the fraud we have been living for the past century. No? Couldn’t be? Watch and decide for yourself.

What would the world look like if we did not believe in viruses? Part 1

What would the world look like if we did not believe in viruses? Part 2

The Viral Delusion
The Tragic Pseudoscience of SARS-CoV2 & The Madness of Modern Virology

My interviews with Tom.

I agree with Tom; this is the most important question to ask.
Your life, the well-being of your children, and the world depend on it.

Michael Mendizza