In a fascinating article using real scientific data for a change, legendary author and health expert Sally Fallon (of NOURISHING TRADITIONS fame) is brave enough to ask the question that many researchers see as the elephant in the room in the C0VID-19 scamdemic:
“Is coronavirus contagious? This is the sixty-four-thousand-dollar question. The premise that coronavirus is highly contagious and can cause disease provides the justification for putting entire nations on lockdown, destroying the global economy and throwing hundreds of thousands out of work. But is it contagious? Does it even cause disease?”
Citing the work of Dr. Andrew Kaufman, whose critically important theory I detail in a recent article of my own, Fallon goes on to summarize an idea more and more researchers, including many credentialed scientists and medical doctors, are beginning to embrace: there’s actually no such thing as viruses.
While this notion may sound absurd to dyed-in-the-wool proponents of germ theory, the still unproven hypothesis that contagious microorganisms cause disease that serves as the basis for modern allopathic medicine in all its futile and costly glory, the roots of this concept date as far back as Louis Pasteur and the work of one of his contemporaries, a brilliant scientist named Antoine Béchamp whose work Pasteur plagiarized (only to be lionized for doing so).
On this subject, a highly informative article found here is worth citing at length:
Pasteur was not a fraud. He was a scientist who … like all scientists depended upon grants to continue his research. Thus he was often motivated to lie in order to get ahead of his competition and get the money he needed to get the job done. In fact, the first reference to Pasteur … tells us how he debunked spontaneous generation [of microorganisms such as viruses]. Geison’s book [THE PRIVATE SCIENCE OF LOUIS PASTEUR] refutes this because Pasteur’s own notes show that the results of his experiments failed to put to sleep the concept and that Pasteur would simply make up a new explanation for his failures.
However, history seems to remember only Pasteur’s successes and has buried the work of his contemporaries who, though admitting to Pasteur’s “germ theory,” saw past that and realized a whole other world of theories existed. These other theories were not going to make people rich.
The germ theory of medicine has made billions of dollars for the pharmaceutical industry, probably trillions over the years (if you take into consideration inflation). Had Pasteur’s contemporaries, such as Bernard and Bechamp, won the spotlight, medicine today would be enormously different and totally unrecognizable.
Dr Sam Chachoua, in his lectures, points out that if you graph deaths by infection over the years, you will see that they were dropping when antibiotics arrived on the scene and that the use of antibiotics did not significantly change the rate at which deaths by infection dropped.
Where to begin? Well, let’s begin with the Germ Theory.
As discussed in The Lost History of Medicine, some of Pasteur’s contemporaries felt that the terrain is more important than the germ.
Pasteur described germs as non-changeable. We know today [from] Royal Rife’s work that microorganisms are pleomorphic, that they can change and often do. A bacterium can mutate into a yeast or fungus and back again. Royal Rife saw this and even photographed it. He even saw a bacterium “poop” out viruses, as he described it. The problem is, no one alive today has ever seen a live virus. Rife’s microscopes have all been destroyed … or rather, they were all maliciously vandalized.
(And we have been violently criticized for publishing such “bunk” by every know-it-all on the web; but the facts stand: Rife reported all this and they eventually killed him for it. Our web site is listed with others who are “germ theory deniers.” Most people reject Royal Rife’s work, reject Pasteur’s contemporaries (Bernard & Bechamp), and reject naturopathy that still today performs research on a “healthy terrain.”)
Modern medicine will never acknowledge the pleomorphic nature of germs because it would turn the pharmaceutical interests on their backs like a helpless tortoise. Again, we follow the money.
Medical tests take your blood and then fix it with a dye. They freeze the blood in a fixed state. The germs therein are frozen in time. This is not real life. Germs change, blood moves; life is a process, not a fixed state.
It was Bechamp who first discovered the pleomorphic nature of germs, and later on Bernard described the “milieu” or environment that affected/caused those changes.
So you see, at the very beginning of contemporary medicine, two competing theories were vying for supremacy. One of these models, known as terrain theory, was rejected even though it was the truth.
The specious idea that microbes in and of themselves cause illness gradually won out because greedy and arguably evil men (mostly) were able to spin this lie to the public and profit massively from it. By the time we get to Royal Rife, one is reminded of Nikola Tesla, who may have been on the verge of producing clean and efficient alternatives to wired electricity and gas power only to have his life’s work destroyed by the same type of inhumane profiteers.
Another problem with the Germ Theory of medicine is discovered when we look at Koch’s Postulates as they apply to Pasteur’s experiments:
* The bacteria must be present in every case of the disease.
* The bacteria must be isolated from the host with the disease and grown in pure culture.
* The specific disease must be reproduced when a pure culture of the bacteria is inoculated into a healthy susceptible host.
* The bacteria must be recoverable from the experimentally infected host […]
While Bechamp spent years proving that germs were the consequence of disease and not the cause, Pasteur’s theory was much simpler and highly profitable … It made economic sense. It made money.
Pasteur never quite fulfilled all the rules, as Gerald Geison points out in his book … He was not able to find the germ in all cases of a disease, and this is where his research bordered on the fraudulent. A really huge problem was when Pasteur passed a germ from one animal to another to cause the disease, he did not pass the germ alone, but took some blood with it. Injecting toxic blood from one animal to another proves nothing according to Koch.
If the terrain is indeed everything, and germ theory is a fraud, as is becoming increasingly apparent despite the valiant efforts of allopathic shills everywhere, what the heck is a virus anyway—and what on earth are all these overly intellectual and ultimately idiotic (with a nod to Nassim Taleb) virologists and microbiologists even doing?
The absurd condition of modern medicine, which deserves to be torn down and rebuilt from scratch, reminds me of Gulliver’s account of his visit to the Academy on Laputa, where as summarized by SparkNotes, Jonathan Swift’s unforgettable narrator
meets a man engaged in a project to extract sunbeams from cucumbers. He also meets a scientist trying to turn excrement back into food. Another is attempting to turn ice into gunpowder and is writing a treatise about the malleability of fire, hoping to have it published. An architect is designing a way to build houses from the roof down, and a blind master is teaching his blind apprentices to mix colors for painters according to smell and touch. An agronomist is designing a method of plowing fields with hogs by first burying food in the ground and then letting the hogs loose to dig it out. A doctor in another room tries to cure patients by blowing air through them. Gulliver leaves him trying to revive a dog that he has killed by supposedly curing it in this way.
But to return to viruses, which are really just exosomes. In Fallon’s words,
“Exosomes are particles released from the cell; they carry RNA, toxins and cellular debris in response to various insults (toxins, stress including fear, cancer, ionizing radiation, infection, injury, many diseases, immune response and asthma). A number of virologists agree … that viruses are exosomes; they are the same size, the same shape, both carry RNA and both attach to the same receptors. These exosomes/viruses are the result and not the cause of illness, with primary roles of coagulation, intercellular signaling and excretion of waste materials.”
Moreover, as multitudes of people are beginning to learn, person-to-person transmission of a virus has never, ever—not even during the Spanish flu when horrific experiments were conducted in this arena—been satisfactorily proven to occur. Explains Fallon,
Health officials in those days were very interested in the question of whether the Spanish flu was contagious. Doctors from the U.S. Public Health Service tried to infect one hundred healthy volunteers between the ages of eighteen and twenty-five by collecting mucous secretions from the noses, throats and upper respiratory tracts of those who were sick. They transferred these secretions to the noses, mouths and lungs of the volunteers, but not one of them got sick; blood of sick donors was injected into the blood of the volunteers, but they remained stubbornly healthy; finally they instructed those afflicted to breathe and cough over the volunteers, but none became sick. Researchers even tried to infect healthy horses with the mucous secretions of horses with the flu, but the results were the same. The Spanish flu was not contagious.
What does cause pandemics then? I won’t steal Fallon’s thunder here. I urge you to read her article in its entirety and ponder its profoundly sobering implications for a world addicted to technology.
Below are two images with virtually identical features proving that so-called COVID-19 is simply an endogenous (meaning, generated inside the body) response of a pleomorphic nature to assaults to the immune system.
The image below on the left shows exosomes. The one on the right shows COVID-19 (which, by the way, has yet to be isolated and cultured in accordance with Koch’s Postulates).
See much of a difference? Me neither.
The similarities between exosomes and COVID-19 go even further. Dr. Kaufman enumerates five specific characteristics of exosomes and so-called COVID-19 that prove beyond any reasonable doubt that they are interchangeable.
Both exosomes and COVID-19 have precisely the same diameter when inside cells: 500 nm. (In this instance an exosome would technically be referred to as an endosome.) They also have precisely the same diameter when outside cells: 100 nm. Both use the exact same receptor, the ACE-2, for cellular access. Both contain RNA. And last but not least, both exist in lung fluid.
To be clear, I am NOT saying that people aren’t dying (in modest, when not grossly overinflated, numbers) and I am NOT saying that there aren’t some very strange respiratory symptoms sometimes involved. On this subject have a listen to what Cameron Kyle-Sidell, MD, has to report:
What I AM saying is that the cause of these deaths and bizarre symptoms isn’t a virus because viruses per se don’t exist. Viruses have been purposely and profitably misconstrued as contagious bad guys, when in reality they’re part of a harmless and even helpful immune response to toxic threats.
You could even go so far as to say that a proper understanding of the role of exosomes is a key to creating a health system actually capable of curing something—as opposed to the “disease management” regime we currently live, and die, under.
But don’t just take my word for it. Don’t just sit there with your face puckered in stubborn denial. Try being open-minded for a change. Do your own research.
Start with this scientific article that reaches similar conclusions relative to what causes—or doesn’t cause—AIDS: HIV as Trojan Exosome: Immunological Paradox Explained?
Next, consider Dr. Kaufman’s eminently well-researched theory in his own words:
Next, listen to what renowned holistic MD Thomas Cowan has to say about viruses. (I’m including the whole video because it’s well worth watching on the hot topic of Bill Gates and vaccines, but if you want to skip to the chase, go to the 6:52 mark.)
Dr. Cowan lists a number of possible nonviral assaults to the human immune system that could be creating symptoms of “COVID-19.”
As indicated, vaccines are heavily implicated in some of the worst coronavirus outbreaks. Just take a look at this chart to understand why this might be the case:
Other researchers such as Fallon, who in her article references the epidemiological theories of Arthur Firstenberg outlined in his brilliant and impeccably researched book THE INVISIBLE RAINBOW, have pointed to uncanny parallels between the rollout of 5G and the so-called pandemic.
The obvious connection between coronavirus and 5G has caused such a kerfuffle in the control establishment that YouTube immediately began unconstitutionally censoring videos on this topic. And now the UK, in a move straight out of Nazi Germany, is talking about criminalizing criticism of vaccines—which, by the way, according the Nuremberg Code of research ethics, given their known dangers and wholly unproven efficacy, should never even be used in clinical trials, much less go to market. In fact, based on this important historical document, the vaccine industry shouldn’t even exist. But nothing to see here, folks, move along.
Whatever the cause of symptoms and deaths erroneously attributed to COVID-19, the extreme likelihood that no contagious agent is involved should give anyone pause when encountering someone claiming that coronavirus was bioengineered.
The majority of people, being simple themselves, were easily fooled by the simple meme put out 24/7 on mainstream news that COVID-19 is just a naturally occurring virus.
But the Deep State needed something to pull the wool over the eyes of the skeptical, those inclined to believe and promote conspiracy theories (many of which, I’m the first to admit, actually have some validity), in order to have them join the ranks of good little sheep queuing up for Bill Gates’ DNA-altering, microchip-implanting vaccines.
Enter the biological weapon meme. All it takes is a few fake innuendoes and fabricated reports by alphabet agencies about bioengineering and COVID-19 and, voilà, a chorus of useful covidiots rises up to champion this BS as truth.
And now, though the only provably bioengineered and weaponized thing in this discussion is vaccines with their documented ability to fly under the radar of the human immune system and wreak havoc, we’re even seeing Donald Trump suggesting that COVID-19 sketchily originated in a lab.
While I can understand using this lie as a political strategy (which I pray is what Trump is engaged in) to defang the genocidal and fascistic mandatory vaccination agenda promoted by Bill Gates, Dr. Fauci and their corrupt cronies at the WHO, CDC and elsewhere, a lie—especially one that supports a fraudulent germ theory that has been used and will continue to be used to undermine our health and curtail our freedoms until we replace it with the truth—is still a lie.
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Sol Luckman is a pioneering painter whose work has been featured on mainstream book covers and award-winning author whose books include the international bestselling CONSCIOUS HEALING and its bestselling sequel, POTENTIATE YOUR DNA. His visionary novel, SNOOZE: A STORY OF AWAKENING, winner of the 2015 National Indie Excellence Award for New Age Fiction, is the coming-of-age tale of one extraordinary boy’s awakening to the world-changing reality of his dreams. Sol’s latest book, THE ANGEL’S DICTIONARY: A SPIRITED GLOSSARY FOR THE LITTLE DEVIL IN YOU, winner of the 2017 National Indie Excellence Award for Humor, reinvigorates satire to prove that—though we might not be able to change the world—we can at least have a good laugh at it. Then again, maybe laughter can transform the world! Learn more about Sol’s art and writing at www.CrowRising.com.