Are we experiencing fear and a global pandemic or a plannedemic? Was it all orchestrated? Just weeks before the first reported case, a desktop exercise took place.

I remain unconvinced there is a virus although there is definitely a pandemic of fear. Is this a plannedemic?fear and a global pandemic

I’m disappointed in some of my colleagues who seem to be buying into the hype.

Has anyone stopped to consider the billions upon billions that is spent (probably annually) on medical research, and the best they can come up with is to wash your hands and isolate?

Why am I unconvinced?

My well respected medical text me tells me the coronavirus is a respiratory infection. No mention of it being serious or highly infectious.

The coronavirus has been around forever. It is reckoned to cause up to 20% (depending on the source) of all colds, flus and viruses.

Viruses always mutate to new strains every year. That’s what they do.

Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg brings in the history of the coronavirus.
He also briefly mentions The Emperors New Clothes story which has close (identical?) similarities to what is going on today.

Mark Twain was a deep thinker. Consider his famous quote “It’s easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled”.

Now for my logic:

If the coronavirus, the Covid-19, is common, most people will have some immunity to it. Many will have coronavirus antibodies, so most will test positive.

The manufacturer of the test, the PCR, even the CDC (the US Centre of Disease Control), are saying that the coronavirus test kit is not reliable. The CDC go as far as to admit that a positive test doesn’t mean the virus is active.

Most deaths appear to have been in highly polluted areas (such as Wuhan and Northern Italy) especially in the elderly (over 70) who already have at least one chronic disease, often more. Italy is known for its high morbidity in respiratory ailments, more than three times any other European country.

In every country throughout recorded history, more people die from regular flu and pneumonia compared with those who die from the coronavirus.

What are people really dying from? If someone dies in a car crash and they test positive, did the coronavirus kill them?

What’s really going on?

When you check in with the activist websites, you see that there seem to be a lot of fast tracking of industries that normally attract a lot of protestors – 5G installations around schools, fossil fuel approvals, etc. With everyone out of the way, what a perfect time to do what you want to do, regardless.

With panic currently the norm, you can now get people to approve anything and everything. Could mandating vaccination be at the top of the agenda? Especially for the coronavirus?

The mind is very powerful. It is common, even if not widely understood, that you can, and do, create your own life. The vulnerable and fearful especially, don’t need much information about anything to develop symptoms. Physical symptoms. The insensitive medical term for these people are hypochondriacs.

Visualisation (exposure to graphic media videos and stories) is the perfect way to influence the subconscious mind through the principle of auto-suggestion. Daily exposure becomes a powerful affirmation. Then it becomes ‘the truth’.

Are we being brain-washed?

The coronavirus is the superficial reason for a global ‘pandemic’

I believe that we, as a species, need to change drastically. We distrust each other, other cultures. We trash the earth. We torture and maime. We are unbelievably cruel, not just to ourselves, but to other species, too. There have been some great, and positive, changes in my lifetime. But there has also been some catastrophic disasters happening. We’re not changing fast enough.

I don’t pretend to know how this will turn out, but I do think things will never be the same again. I don’t think we can ever ‘return to normal’. The spiritual teachings say we are in the midst of a (roughly) one hundred year change period, where things have to be shaken up to re-organise them into a more benevolent society. When you shake things up, it get’s a bit blurry, until the dust settles.

There is more going on than we can ever know.

We can’t change many things, but we can change ourselves. We can keep true to our selves. We can look deep within to find out who we really are, at an individual level. This strengthens us, empowers us. Then we aren’t swayed from pillar to post by those who want to instil fear and so control us.

When we are true to ourselves, we don’t resist change. It doesn’t mean we lie down and take what’s coming. It does mean we accept what we can’t change. When we are not resisting, we are in a much better position to hear the whispers of our intuition, which always tries to lead us to our best possible experiences. We’re not fighting what is. We are creating a better life for ourselves, above and beyond what is.

I believe that the spare time that many people now have, will ultimately have a powerfully benevolent impact. People have time to do their own research. The have time to ponder. They have time to create.

Many will so enjoy their time at home, they will create home based businesses to become more self sufficient.

Many children will do so much better at home schooling, their parents will continue with this.

Many will start to cook, relying on home-made food rather than fast food, which is far healthier.

Many will start growing their own food, so become more self-sufficient. Gardening is a connection to Nature, which has a powerful calming and restorative influence.

Connection with Nature and the garden often leads to a growing interest in holistic medicine. It all starts to make more sense.

Fear and a global pandemic may have a shaky start, but it has the potential to lead us to a much brighter future, even if the (planned) intention was otherwise.

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Madeleine Innocent

You know how often people struggle with their health? They want to know WHY they suffer with health issues, often serious, and all their GP can offer is drugs and surgery? They feel helpless and at the mercy of another. Well, what I do is to help you pinpoint WHY you’re getting sick and implement a strategy that takes you to a feeling of empowerment, of being in control of your life. A strategy that restores your health and allows you to enjoy life.

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