The Virus Is Not What You Think
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The Virus Is Not What You Think

Even germs are only a dead scientist's best guess.

The Virus Is Not What You Think
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According to Doctor Anthony Fauci, American physician and immunologist who has served as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984, in 2020, masks and a potential Coronavirus vaccine serve as the world's only hope during an unprecedented outbreak of the same name.

These methods have—and will—never work. If that were the case, we would've eradicated the flu long ago. However, there is good news: we have no reason to be afraid. Our "modern" concept of a virus—yes, even the dreaded Coronavirus—is skewed, and germ theory itself is nothing but a theory that's never been proven, even though it's been generally accepted since 1861. In the scientific and medical community, traditionally, if a theory this ancient hasn't graduated to the level of law by now, it should be promptly rejected. The truth is that our immune systems were designed to rely on bacteria and pre-existing viruses in order to stay in balance and equilibrium. Viruses are present in our bodies at all times. When our system gets out of balance, we feel sick. It's only when our body's terrain is altered or weakened by an outside source—such as diet, fear, toxins, or foreign pathogens we inject ourselves with—that we can't handle exposure to bacteria strains, and we experience uncomfortable or potentially fatal symptoms.

According to Merinda Teller, MPH and PHD, vaccine revolutionizer Louis Pasteur got it wrong,

"Pasteur's promotion of germ theory (a flawed notion that he did not so much 'discover' as repackage) has remained 'dear to pharmaceutical company executives' hearts' up to the present day,4 having laid the groundwork for 'synthetic drugs, chemotherapy, radiation, surgical removal of body parts and vaccines' to become the 'medicine[s] of choice'… For those who are able to steel themselves against medical propaganda, it is abundantly clear that the Pasteurian paradigm has failed to deliver. With Americans in such a shocking state of ill health,12 we cannot afford to let the profit-driven pharmaceutical perspective continue to dominate. As one writer more bluntly puts it, 'The sooner we get over the legacy of Pasteur's fake science and get back to reality the better.'13"

Dangerous, foreign pathogens are introduced to us through food, genetically modified organisms, and vaccines. HEK293 food additives, MRC-5, and the recent uprising of an alien phenomenon appropriately labelled "rope-worm" are just a few examples. Furthermore, along with causing unnecessary stress and a loss of basic human connection, masks compromise a wearers' immune systems by creating the ideal breeding ground for more foreign pathogens than an individual would normally be exposed to. Neurological impairment, lung disease, and death are all potential side-effects. This is a matter of health and safety.

Even Dr. Fauci was quoted as saying,

"There's no reason to be walking around with a mask. When you're in the middle of an outbreak, walking around with a mask might make people 'feel better,' and it might even block a droplet, but it's not providing the perfect protection that people think that it is. And often, there are unintended consequences: people keep fiddling with the mask and they keep touching their face."

According to Neurosurgeon Baylock, there is no scientific evidence that masks are effective against COVID-19 transmission. He references studies that prove wearing masks is harmful. Baylock says,

"In one such study, researchers surveyed 212 healthcare workers (47 males and 165 females) asking about presence of headaches with N95 mask use, duration of the headaches, type of headaches and if the person had preexisting headaches. They found that about a third of the workers developed headaches with the use of the mask...It is known that the N95 mask, if worn for hours, can reduce blood oxygenation as much as 20%...There is another danger to wearing these masks on a daily basis...When a person is infected with a respiratory virus, they will expel some of the virus with each breath. If they are wearing a mask...they will be constantly rebreathing the viruses, raising the concentration of the virus in the lungs and the nasal passages...By wearing a mask, the exhaled viruses will not be able to escape and will concentrate in the nasal passages, enter the olfactory nerves and travel into the brain."

Shockingly, student athletes were even required to wear masks while practicing their given sports. According to Daily News, two Chinese boys reportedly died within a week of each other after both wore a face mask in gym class.

Doctor Graham, a surgeon of 30 years, asserts that COVID-19 virus particle size averages 125 nanometers, or 0.125 microns, and the range is 0.06 microns to .14 microns, so one would need an electron microscope to see a COVID-19 virus particle. N 95 masks are supposedly the most effective masks you can wear to prevent the spread of COVID or any other virus, but most people wear cloth or surgical masks, which are scientifically less protective when it comes to the escaping of germs, bacteria, or molecules. N 95 masks only filter down to 0.3 microns. These microns are significantly larger than the average size of a COVID particle. Therefore, N 95 masks block very few to no virus particles (virons), and yet they are deemed the most "effective" form of protection from the Coronavirus.

Now it's a mask; tomorrow it's a new vaccine; next week it's a chip they insert in your brain.

"Do not call conspiracy everything this people calls a conspiracy; do not fear what they fear, and do not dread it" (Isaiah 8:12, NIV).

Further References:

Williams LL. Radical Medicine: Profound Intervention in a Profoundly Toxic Age (2nd ed.). San Francisco, CA: International Medical Arts Publishing, 2007-2008, p. 34.

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