I Have Unhidden This Site

sun_and_cloudsOver the last few months I’ve learned that much of my fear of the Powers That Be was unfounded. They’re not killing anybody or taking people away to prison. They’re not gangstalking or mind controlling you. They just want you to think they are. All those people you hear about that were “taken out and made to look like a suicide” were just agents.

These people survive on fear. It’s the oil in their engine and the oxygen in their lungs. Without it, they’re toast. Why don’t they kill anybody? I don’t know. I suspect that there are rules in place that they must follow. Karmic rules. It’s stretching into spirituality, but that’s what I believe. I believe it enough that I am unhiding this blog.

I’ve had too many people enjoy it and ask me to start it again. I’m not sure when I will post new Wiki articles, but for now this site is public again. If you have any requests, please put them in the comments.

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9 thoughts on “I Have Unhidden This Site

  1. I’d be interested in what you think about the Wiki page on Rabies. I have been suspicious of its origins and alleged symptoms for a while now.

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    1. Interesting subject.

      First thing flagged is this: “Rabies causes about 24,000 to 60,000 deaths worldwide per year.” So we know right off the bat this thing is, at the very least, heavily exaggerated.

      Then there is this “A number of countries, including Australia, Canada, Japan, and the United States, and Western Europe, do not have rabies among dogs.” Normally I would say that indicates that it’s a lie and dogs DO have rabies in those countries, but seeing what they flagged earlier I am considering that is a signal that rabies might not exist at all.

      The entire “Signs and Symptoms” section is flagged. The RT PCR assays are flagged, which means the testing of rabies may be BS. The immuniglobin dose is flagged, perhaps indicating that treatment is BS.

      The girl from 2011 who recovered from Rabies is flagged. That may have been a hoax. The etymology of the word is flagged (which means “madness”).

      It looks to me that the entire thing is a hoax, or that it’s danger to humans is a hoax. A psy-op to make us fear animals?

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  2. I have another topic I can’t quit thinking about. If you have the time, take a look at the wiki page on “Native American disease and epidemics”. I am particularly interested in your thoughts on section 2, “Disease as a weapon against Native Americans.” However, some things in other sections appear flagged to me as well.

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    1. Here are the sections that are flagged:

      “Smallpox specifically led indirectly to higher rates of suicide. Many Native American tribes prided themselves in their appearance, and the resulting skin disfigurement of smallpox deeply affected them psychologically. Unable to cope with this psychological development, tribe members were said to have committed suicide.”

      “During the French and Indian War, Jeffery Amherst, 1st Baron Amherst, Britain’s commander in chief in North America suggested using smallpox to wipe out their Native American enemy. In his writings to Colonel Henry Bouquet about the situation in western Pennsylvania”

      “Mary Jemison, a Seneca captive, was taken in 1755 in what is now Adams County, Pennsylvania. She married a Delaware, and later chose to remain with the Seneca. In James E. Seaver’s (Jemison’s biographer) interview, she described her many hardships, including travels to Fort Pitt. In 1762, her seventh year of captivity, she reported the death of her first husband from “sickness””

      “Type two diabetes and the complications that follow have gone from being acute infectious diseases to chronic illnesses within Native American and Alaska Native communities. Native Americans and Alaska Natives experience high rates of end-stage renal disease, which is mainly driven by, and directly correlates with, the increase in diabetes within their communities”

      “The Indian Health Service has also worked to control the diabetes prevalence among Native Americans. The IHS National Diabetes Program was created in 1979 in order to combat the escalating diabetes epidemic”

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      There were several more flags regarding Native Americans and Diabetes, so some sort of BS is happening there. There is also funny business with Smallpox, about the suicide rate and with the idea that Westerners introduced it on purpose.

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  3. Agreed. Thanks for looking at that page for us.

    I also thought the passage previous to the “ Jeffery Amherst” one looked flagged. For reference here it is.

    “The spread of disease from European contact was not always accidental. Europeans arriving in the Americas had long been exposed to the diseases, attaining a measure of immunity, and thus were not as severely affected by them. Therefore, disease could be an effective technique as a biological.”

    That one plus the others cinch it for me that the “small pox bio-warfare” stuff is some kind of disinformation. I have to say your method has been taking me into some very weird territory.

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  4. I was hoping you might be able to take a look at the wiki page on Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) some time. The flags in that page were very interesting to me.

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    1. Of course. The opening sentence is flagged which usually tells us the entire subject is an Intelligence creation. Then “LSD is not addictive” is flagged.

      Then there is this: ” LSD is in the ergoline family. LSD is sensitive to oxygen, ultraviolet light, and chlorine,[11] though it may last for years if it is stored away from light and moisture at low temperature. In pure form it is odorless and clear or white in color.”

      I don’t know enough about chemistry to unspin that or figure out the flag, if there is one. There’s a few other thing flagged with an 11 that I don’t quite understand. Also some biological explanations on how LSD affects the brain are flagged.

      This is especially interesting:

      “While publicly available documents indicate that the CIA and Department of Defense have discontinued research into the use of LSD as a means of mind control”

      Naditch and Fenwick’s 1977 research on flashbacks is flagged. The 1968 illegalization of LSD is flagged. So it appears they introduced it on purpose then made it illegal on purpose. Also flagged is the UN signing making it illegal in all the countries who signed. Then there are about 10 flags flagging the schedules and laws in different countries.

      This is flagged:
      “As a group, independent producers are of less concern to the Drug Enforcement Administration than the larger groups because their product reaches only local markets”

      My reading is that the government themselves are the main producers, so the only people they actually go after are the independent producers.

      The 2009 new human experiments are flagged. Since they flagged that they discontinued research, I assume they never stopped researching before 2009.

      Hope that helps. I’m not good with the science stuff.

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      1. Yes, it helped and I found your response very interesting. I had missed the stuff about the scheduling.

        I have an idea about the physical properties being flagged that I wanted to pass by you. That flagging drives me to speculate that intelligence is very jealously guarding this product, and I speculate that they are spreading disinfo about the drug’s physical properties for that reason. It’s a way to hide the drug from the public or competing organizations. This may be why the chemistry is flagged. They may be misleading about how LSD interacts to prevent others from re-engineering the drug.

        I also have a suspicion about the flagging of the drug’s interaction with chlorine. The wiki states that LSD is unstable even with small amounts of chlorine in the water. However, the flagging would appear to imply the opposite – that it’s actually stable. Could spreading the false characteristic that chlorine deactivates LSD be a useful piece of cover to divert the public away from the idea that intelligence agencies could test LSD by clandestinely introducing it into public water? Perish the thought by I do wonder…

        As always, thanks for taking the time to respond to my request.

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  5. I’ve never done LSD (took a few fake doses), but I have done mushrooms when I was younger. That drug opens your mind up to the cosmic consciousness and can let you see through the veil. It is so intense however, that you don’t have much memory or understanding of anything the next morning except some highlights.

    My thoughts are that if they allowed the real chemistry out, independent chemists could find a way to tweak it so that humans could access a higher consciousness or vibration without the side effects, intensity, or long-term damage. Hallucinogenics are truly powerful spiritual drugs that are misused. It’s obvious why they made it illegal, but why did they create it in the first place. Maybe to bait the hippies with a consciousness expanding drug, which only gives short-term benefits, while hiding the real stuff (whatever that is).

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