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3.1: Hindsight Is 2020: The Medical Industry
3.2: Hindsight is 2020: The Contagion Emperor Is Naked
I’m going to start out by saying something controversial to conventional thinking, but in order to understand the world around us as it is emerging, it’s going to be important to challenge ideas that have absolutely zero basis in reality.
Everything you think you know about infectious diseases is likely wrong.
Let’s begin by discussing a brief history, pointing out some common misconceptions, and setting the record straight.
In the 1800s, the germ theory of disease took hold, bolstered by the platform of celebrity scientist Louis Pasteur. Soon, this became the explanation for most illness, when in fact, no disease attributed to bacteria or viruses has ever met all of Koch’s postulates or all of Rivers’ criteria. Since Pasteur’s day, no one has been able to demonstrate experimentally the transmissibility of disease with pure cultures of bacteria or viruses. And yet, this theory has dominated not only Western medicine, but also our cultural and economic life, for the past 100 years.
Pasteur left explicit instructions to his descendants never to publish his notebooks. However, his grandson, who didn’t like him very much, ended up donating these notebooks to the French national library. This is how Professor Gerard Geison of Princeton University got a hold of them, and in 1914, he published his analysis of their contents. Within the notebooks was proof that Pasteur himself confessed to having committed massive fraud in all of his studies. Pasteur states unequivocally that he was unable to transfer disease with a pure culture of bacteria; the whole effort to prove contagion was a failure. This led to Pasteur’s famous deathbed confession: “The germ is nothing; the terrain is everything.”
Antoine Béchamp was branded a heretic for his more nuanced perspective on infectious disease and chronic illness with much of his work centering around the biological role of fermentation. Béchamp concluded that our bodies are “miniecosystems.” When the internal ecosystem becomes weakened from poor nutrition, toxicity, or other factors, the function of the microbes that are naturally present in the body changes which then produces disease. Béchamp saw that microorganisms only become pathogenic after the environmental factors present have caused the deterioration of the host’s cellular “terrain.” Here, terrain refers to the condition of the animal or person and whether the animal or person had been subject to poison.
According to Thomas Cowan and Sally Fallon Morell, authors of the book The Contagion Myth, “Recognition of nutritional deficiencies as a cause of diseases like
scurvy, pellagra, and beriberi took decades because the germ theory became
the explanation for everything that ails the human being.”
According to one of the researchers who discovered thiamine, Robert R. Williams, “All
young physicians were so imbued with the idea of infection as the cause of disease that it presently came to be accepted as almost axiomatic that disease could have no other cause [other than microbes]. The preoccupation of physicians with infection as a cause of disease was doubtless responsible for many digressions from attention to food as the causal factor of beriberi.”
As early as 1799, researchers noted that the flu would appear suddenly, in diverse places at the same time, without any reasonable way for contagion to have occurred. Already, they had ruled out contagion as the means for propagation of the symptoms of influenza. In 1924, Robertson and Groves exposed 100 healthy people to bodily secretions from 16 people with influenza. None became sick. In 1937, Burnet and Lush performed an experiment which exposed 200 healthy people to bodily secretions extracted from people with influenza. None became sick. In 1940, Burnet and Foley tried to infect 15 university students with influenza. Again, none became sick.
In 1831, a smallpox outbreak claimed the lives of almost 1000 people who had received a vaccination in Wurtemberg, Germany, as well as 2000 vaccinated people that same year in Marseilles. Undoubtedly, someone will bring up smallpox blankets distributed to the Native American populations in order to kill them and take their land. But when you look at the timing of the Indian Vaccination Act of 1832, it becomes obvious that the smallpox blankets were a psyop to clear a path to enforce “vaccination” which was the real cause of death. In 1854–1863, after the introduction of compulsory vaccination programs in Europe, smallpox killed over 33,000 people. Other epidemics followed in which thousands of vaccinated people died. By 1907, compulsory vaccination laws in England were repealed after their failure became obvious.
A study performed in the mid-1980s looked at French children with complications from wild-type varicella (chickenpox). Ninety-four previously healthy children recovered from varicella without incident. There were three deaths, all within a subset of nine children who had been taking steroids long-term. The deaths occurred “as a function of the [weakened] terrain,” according to the researchers. France has never implemented a varicella vaccination.
In the case of polio, a clear, direct, one-to-one relationship between pesticides and polio has been shown over a period of thirty years, with pesticide exposure always preceding polio incidence; there is no argument to be made that polio was ever caused by a virus.
Not once has anyone ever isolated an HIV virus from any bodily fluid of a person suffering from AIDS. Dr. Cowan goes on to say in The Contagion Myth that, in over 35 years, he has “read countless articles, books, papers, and documents about the lack of connection between HIV and AIDS.”
In fact, in 1987, Pearce Wright of the London Times linked the smallpox vaccine to the spread of AIDS in the 1980s. The article states that the World Health Organization (WHO) led a huge campaign aimed at “eradicating smallpox;” the vaccine is thought to have triggered AIDS in many of the recipients. Wright wrote, “The smallpox vaccine theory would account for the position of each of the seven Central African states which top the league table of most-affected countries; why Brazil became the most afflicted Latin American country and how Haiti became the route for the spread of AIDS to the U.S.”
There are theories that immunization with polio and smallpox vaccines are what may have brought about the entire AIDS epidemic, and questions have arisen as to whether this was designed as a bioweapon to occur this way intentionally in order to eradicate targeted subsets of the population.
In 1994, Dr. Robert Willner injected HIV into himself on national television to prove that he would not contract AIDS from doing so. When Dr. Willner was asked why he would risk his life to make a point, he said, "I do this to put a stop to the greatest murderous fraud in medical history. By injecting myself with HIV positive blood, I am proving the point as Dr. Walter Reed did to prove the truth about yellow fever. In this way it is my hope to expose the truth about HIV in the interest of all mankind." He tested negative multiple times. He died of a “heart attack” four months later.
Still, no connection to HIV has ever been proven.
Symptoms that were grouped under the heading of polio always followed pesticide use. DDT was sprayed freely on children and in public spaces like swimming baths. In 1977, many scientists testified that mass inoculation against polio was the cause of most polio cases throughout the USA since 1961; one of these scientists was Dr. Jonas Salk who developed the first polio vaccine.
The microencephaly epidemic supposedly linked to Zika is actually thought to be caused by the citrus pesticide Pyriproxyfen. Ironically, this is the pesticide used to kill the mosquitos thought to be carrying Zika which was thought to be causing the microencephaly. However, there are plenty of populations who carry Zika and do not have microencephaly epidemics. Clearly, this rules out Zika as the cause of the epidemic.
Even the Spanish flu was never proven contagious. This disease popped up just about simultaneously in many different army barracks amongst soldiers. In preparation for WWI, the American military undertook a massive vaccination experiment involving numerous vaccines. This just so happened to take place in Fort Riley, Kansas - where the first case of Spanish flu was reported. In 1919, a study was conducted by Dr. Milton Rosenau in which nose and throat cultures and blood were collected from the ill and transferred into the healthy. None of the healthy people who received the cultures or the blood fell ill. This ruled out contagion entirely. Post-war autopsies proved that the Spanish flu was never a flu; it had been caused by an experimental “bacterial meningitis vaccine” that mimics flu-like symptoms.
In fact, researchers have yet to prove that a virus causes any of the following conditions: polio, HIV, AIDS, HPV, hepatitis C, SARS, MERS, bird flu, swine flu, ebola, and Zika.
Scientists have since discovered that viruses can play beneficial roles inside the human body, just like we now know of bacteria where we once thought that all bacteria inside the human body were disease-inducing. However, as Cowan and Morell said in their book, “Old ideas, especially ideas that promise profits from drugs and vaccines—the ‘one bug, one drug’ mentality—die hard.”
As Dr. Cowan puts it, “Even though I have been aware for decades that the virus king is naked, I was hoping that others would take up the challenge to relay this information to the general public.”
Let’s cut to the chase: Germ theory and virus theory are wrong. Viruses are exosomes that provide the detoxification and communication system that allow us to live full and healthy lives. Our threatened cells produce exosomes which contain DNA and RNA. Each has its own unique resonance which quickly passes to others, especially if they are in close contact. Viruses are physical resonance forms of genetic material that code for changes happening in the environment, providing real-time genetic adaption. We have overlooked the function of the virus by assuming that the virus is hostile and dangerous, but to wage war on viruses is to remove a healthful system from the human body, thereby eradicating life. Germs cause disease in unhealthy terrains.
This occupational preoccupation with false, manipulated data from supposed scientific reporting haunts us to this day. New “experts” come in on the scene having rote memorized what they were taught, and continue to do work, standing on the shoulders of over a hundred years of fraud. Ironically, if you attempt to point out the shortcomings in this, most of these “professionals” will point at the piece of paper they spent a lot of money to purchase in exchange for the honor of rote memorizing a lot of things and never learning how to think for themselves. And then they will proceed to laugh at you for daring to think for yourself, no matter how well educated or capable you are at doing so. This is built into the culture so that questioning anything becomes something so frowned upon that rarely does anyone actually do it. And in the field of science, which is built upon questioning the world around us, we can see why we rarely make progress against any of the diseases we claim to fight despite dumping millions of dollars into a blackhole of tax write-offs in the name of “research for a cure.” We’re not even studying the right causes.
With multiple multi-billion dollar industries hinging upon the bolstering of these lies, the corporate world protects the lies to keep the public backlash at bay, to keep their house of cards from crumbling around them and destroying everything they’ve built on top of the lies that barely anyone has bothered to question - and if they did, they faced ridicule, ostracism, the destruction of their reputations and their livelihoods, or even, in some cases, death.
The truth of the matter is, whether they were complicit in the cover up or just never bothered to research the history of their professions and think through the available data from a place of honest scientific inquiry, they already have the blood of millions on their hands.
Make no mistake: People are getting sick. People are dying. But it’s not for the reasons you’re being told.
Not even close.
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