How Many Dots?

As noted in prior rants, I don’t trust the numbers and to challenge them naturally triggers a strong reaction. Once the mass-mind set, it resists anything that questions its integrity. Just today the President, citing Dr. S. A. Fauci, estimated that 100,000 to 240,000 Americans may die when the same Dr. Fauci, wrote in an editorial published online in the New England Journal of Medicine titled, “Covid-19 — Navigating the Uncharted:

What if the world is not flat?

I have learned a great deal the past few weeks; how the global brain is wired to the internet, how the rigors of so-called science have been, and continue to be, retarded, that much of what we believe about viruses is theoretical, that Pasture cheeted in promoting germ theory, how billion-dollar industries have been built on the world accepting and believing unproven theories, how we habitually keep asking the wrong question – for example: how to I boost my immune system when the fundamental question is, how can I stop exposing myself to the poisons that are making me sick (noting that viruses are not the source of disease, rather a symptom), that the numbers used to justify this current hysteria – the tests, alleged confirmed and motility – are Swiss cheese, how all the social, political and economic sanctions are based on this very questionable numbers, how easily we have been conditioned to accept what the screen tells us – convincing ourselves that we are well informed – forgetting that what we call news is biased and scripted to sell more of the same… to name just a few.

Supporting Robust Vitality

In a recent post, a number of comparisons were made with COVID-19 and the Flu (influenza) including information from the CDC and historical references. Gregg Braden describes in his informative presentation that COVID-19 is not influenza, though it has similar symptoms, which calls into question some of the comparisons. Fair enough. No doubt, there are risks. Personally, I struggle to grasp the scale. 3,000 deaths in the most polluted and irradiated city in China, of a national population of 1.5 billion, is a blip so dim that can barely be seen. 785 as of today, of the total US population of 331,002,647 (three-hundred-thirty-one million) is equally small. 800,000 people commit suicide each year, one every 40 seconds.


I've been looking for an image or graphic that puts this 'sky is falling' story into some perspective.


Appalling is the word used by some to describe past posts that are critical of the unprecedented numbers and the political actions being taken based on those numbers. "We project that roughly 56% of our state's population -- 25.5 million people -- will be infected with the virus over an eight-week period," said the Governor of California three days ago. Personally, I find this hypothesis, stated as fact, appalling. When asked how he arrived at these numbers, the Governor declined to say. And yet, the numbers define the crisis, define how frightened people are, and what steps are taken. Are the numbers accurate, true, reliable? This post and others question the integrity of those numbers and how they are being represented.

Globally there are 9 million to 45 million reported flu cases each year, any flu, resulting in 140,000 – 810,000 hospitalizations and between 12,000 – 61,000 deaths annually. What about the US? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
•    5% to 20% -- percent of the U.S. population will get the flu each year, any flu.
•    200,000 will be hospitalized each year.
•    8,200 to 20,000 die in the U.S. from flu-related causes each year, any flu

How many people get the flu each year? You know, the flu? Any flu?


Globally there are 9 million to 45 million reported flu cases each year, any flu, resulting in 140,000 – 810,000 hospitalizations and between 12,000 – 61,000 deaths annually. What about the US? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):


Why The Coronavirus Will Soon Vanish Overnight

Remember you read this here in early March. Dr Tim O'Shea.

For those addicted to the everyday Kool-Aid of corporate tabloid media at CNN, Washington Post, NY Times, Yahoo News, etc. you’re in for a big surprise. Last month’s newsletter dealt with the historical context of our newest Boutique Epidemic. This month we’ll cover why this phantasm is being kept alive, in the absence of scientific evidence. And why it’s about to vanish. Don’t have to be much of a fortuneteller to see all the usual signs falling into place:

  • The fading of the illness despite desperate attempts by tabloid media to keep it alive.
  • The lack of legitimate testing proving patients actually all have the same disease
  • The recent funding, which always signals the end of any Boutique Epidemic ($8B) [6]

Unintended Consequences

Every time we have intellectually interfered with a billion-year-old process, that intellectual interference has been paid for with a bitter price. And intellect never learns. If we can make money off of it, anything goes. 

Joseph Chilton Pearce

Swirling and turning in this mad world we create, unintended consequences seem to percolate up like gas bubbles bursting in murky waters above the La Brea tar pits. Speaking to a colleague I mentioned casually, “You know the controversy surrounding 5G?” He replied, “Do you know Peter Diamandi? He’s the Founder and Director of the Singularity University, Here is the link to his keynote on YouTube. Near the end he speaks about 5G.” Later, I looked at the keynote and the Singularity University site:

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Seeds of Love, Extinction or not? Where do we go from here?

A colleague suggested I view a conversation with Deepak Chopra and Vananda Shiva; Seeds of Love.

I have had brief encounters with both. Deepak noted in the dialogue:

The environment is our extended body. The air is our breath. The sun is the source of life. The Earth is recycling as our physical body. The rivers and oceans, and even the puddles are our circulation. The trees are our lungs. So, we have a personal body; we have a universal body, and they are both equally ours. And, unless we have this emotional, spiritual shift, then the war will continue. What we need is a critical mass that can see reality as it is--that you, as a biological organism, are not separate from so called environment. In fact, you are a product of that; you are an activity of that.

Quite right. My collection of essays; Where do we go from here? linked below, addresses what Chopra is describing by revealing why we don’t live in the reality that we are not separate from the environment. Below is my correspondence to both.


Deepak Chopra, MD and Vandana Shiva

February 7, 2020

Re: Seeds of Love, Extinction or not? Where do we go from here?

Dear Deepak and Vandana,

Time is short, a decade, perhaps two. If the attached; Where do we go from here? resonates, perhaps we can collaborate and meet this challenge together.


The Killer Flu is Coming

This is getting tiresome. Anybody out there?

Ever since 2002, we’ve archived newsletters chronicling all the Boutique Epidemics:

Swine Flu in 2002

Avian Flu in 2006


Ebola in 2014

the fake Disney measles  campaign of 2015

ZIKA in 2016

the fake flu “epidemic” of 2018 the non-existent measles outbreak of 2019, to name a few. Check Newsletter Archive. Remember?

Boutique means made to order, manufactured, evanescent, etc. We showed how each one of these false epidemics followed precisely the same blueprint:

1. Claim a disease threat from a new bug, in an exotic location

2. Instill worldwide panic with unrelenting media

3. Offer a medical solution, usually a vaccine

4. Spend the money

5. The threat disappears never to be heard of again

Corporate exploitation