Beware the Snake Oil Salesmen

“My story has never been to create fear, panic, and anxiety about water.” He said he told Peters that he believes “there’s actually a snake venom connection to all of COVID-19, and I think that’s the weapon.” – Dr. Bryan Ardis

https://www.thedailybeast.com/covid-conspiracy-theorists-are-at-war-over-snake-venom

Summarizing his theory, Dr. Ardis said, “They are using Krait venom and Cobra venom, calling it Covid-19, you’re drinking it, it’s getting into your brainstem and it’s paralyzing your diaphragm’s ability to breathe.”

https://www.google.com/amp/s/miamistandard.news/2022/04/12/covid-19-is-potentially-a-synthesized-snake-venom-after-found-in-loads-of-coronavirus-deaths-being-spread-in-vaccines-and-water-supply/%3famp=1

I really didn’t want to write this article. I was hopeful that people would easily see right through the unsubstantiated claims of Dr. Bryan Ardis that snake venom is the cause of “Covid.” I was hopeful that people would take the time to research the information presented in support of the snake venom theory to see if it held any merit at all. I thought his whirlwind alternative media tour on the who’s who of questionable sources (including the likes of Stew Peters, Mike Adams, and Infowars) would have people questioning why this theory was allowed to be so heavily promoted so quickly. I thought that the fact that the man who created the “Covid” snake venom theory was actually selling his own anti-venom line of supplements would be enough grounds to be skeptical of his motive and his claims.

Snake Oil?

It seems I was wrong. Just like the baseless vaccine shedding and gain of function/bioweapons narratives, this new snake venom theory has sadly spread through the “Truther” community like wildfire, with many who rightfully challenge the existence of “viruses” clinging to the idea of a new invisible enemy to defeat. They believe that it must be a new toxin. It can’t possibly be the same factors we have seen each and every year leading to disease. This toxin must be hiding in the vaccines, the drugs, and/or even the very water we drink. What these “Truthers” do not realize is that this very line of thinking gives credibility to the idea of a new disease which requires new treatments in order to combat it. This is exactly what the pharmaceutical companies want you to believe.

However, there is NO NEW DISEASE. There is no need for any new or even existing pharmaceutical interventions to treat the same symptoms of detoxification people go through each and every year. In fact, the current treatments can easily be shown to have led to numerous unnecessary deaths. There is no new threat known as “Covid-19” which is being caused by any one factor. The factors leading to the symptoms of disease people are experiencing are multi-causal as they are every year.

Now this is not to say that the vaccines, the drugs, or even the water supply are free of toxins. These are all sources of toxicity and should be investigated as to their composition and effects on our health. However, the theory that there is one factor in all of these sources, i.e. snake venom, and this one factor is leading to the symptoms of disease people are experiencing is, at present time, completely baseless. And it all begins at the very foundation of the fraudulent genome.

The Fradulent Genome

You take that snake or that serpent and you figure out how to isolate genes from that serpent and get those genes of that serpent to insert itself into your God-given created DNA. I think this is the plan all along, was to get the serpents’, the evil one’s DNA, into your God-created DNA.”

https://www.thedailybeast.com/covid-conspiracy-theorists-are-at-war-over-snake-venom

He also said genetic sequence testing done on sick patients in Wuhan found their genetic sequence matched two snakes, the Chinese Krait and King Cobra, not bats.”

https://www.google.com/amp/s/miamistandard.news/2022/04/12/covid-19-is-potentially-a-synthesized-snake-venom-after-found-in-loads-of-coronavirus-deaths-being-spread-in-vaccines-and-water-supply/%3famp=1

From Dr. Ardis’ interview with Mike Adams, he supplied the article “Snakes could be the source of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak” from CNN as his starting point for the “Covid”/snake connection. Within the article, you can see that this claim originates from the fraudulent genomes:

“The researchers used an analysis of the protein codes favored by the new coronavirus and compared it to the protein codes from coronaviruses found in different animal hosts, like birds, snakes, marmots, hedgehogs, manis, bats and humans. Surprisingly, they found that the protein codes in the 2019-nCoV are most similar to those used in snakes.”

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cnn.com/cnn/2020/01/22/health/snakes-wuhan-coronavirus-outbreak-conversation-partner/index.html

To anyone who actually researched the creation of the original “SARS-COV-2” genome, it is readily apparent that it is a fraudulent computer-generated creation stemming from the unpurified lung fluid of a single patient. The sequenced material could have come from multiple sources, including host DNA/RNA, bacteria, and microbes/microorganisms. It could have even come from outside contamination. There is no way to tell what the origin of the RNA is or even if it was a single source as no particles assumed to be “SARS-COV-2” were ever properly purified and isolated directly from the fluids of the sick patient before being sequenced. Thus, any relation this fabricated sequence has to any other sequence is invalid as the source was never identified to exist as a physical entity to begin with. Considering that the bat and snake “coronavirus” sequences for which the “SARS-COV-2” sequence was then compared to also come from unpurified sources, it is easy to see that any claims as to the origins of the sequenced material is a horrible foundation to build upon for an origin theory of a nonexistent “virus” and/or disease.

Even if this snake-venom connection was valid, the enzyme phospholipase A2 group IIA or sPLA2-IIA, which Dr. Ardis bases much of his claims on, only has similarities to rattlesnake venom. These peptides are “almost identical” to the venoms of animals and yet they are regularly found in healthy humans and other mammals. From his own source:

Like Venom Coursing Through the Body: Researchers Identify Mechanism Driving COVID-19 Mortality

“Researchers from the University of Arizona, in collaboration with Stony Brook University and Wake Forest School of Medicine, analyzed blood samples from two COVID-19 patient cohorts and found that circulation of the enzyme – secreted phospholipase A2 group IIA, or sPLA2-IIA, – may be the most important factor in predicting which patients with severe COVID-19 eventually succumb to the virus.

The sPLA2-IIA enzyme, which has similarities to an active enzyme in rattlesnake venom, is found in low concentrations in healthy individuals and has long been known to play a critical role in defense against bacterial infections, destroying microbial cell membranes.”

https://news.arizona.edu/story/venom-coursing-through-body-researchers-identify-mechanism-driving-covid-19-mortality

Thus, the snake enzymes are in fact normal human enzymes that are regularly found in healthy individuals. There is no mystery as to why these would be present in a sample. We should be able to put this “Covid” snake venom nonsense to bed right here. However, let’s press on a see what else we can uncover.

Antivenom = Monoclonal Antibodies

One thing I will give Dr. Ardis credit for is spotlighting the connection between the creation of antivenoms with the creation of monoclonal antibodies. The processes for both are very similar and the desired outcome is the exact same: the creation of theoretical antibodies. In the case of snake antivenom, it is normally created by a series of injections of the venom of a snake into an animal and then collecting the blood after a period of time. This is usually done through horses but other animals can be used as the host as well. Thus, the antivenom used for a snakebite victim is typically an injection of horse blood.

Monoclonal antibodies, on the other hand, are created by injecting mice with an antigen, extracting the resulting blood which contains the theoretical antibodies, and culturing it in myeloma (i.e. cancer) cells. For the creation of “SARS-COV-2” therapies, it is said that they are typically created either from the B cells of recovered “Covid” patients or by immunizing mice genetically modified to have a humanized immune system and harvesting the “effective” antibodies from them.

Both of these therapies have their basis in animal blood and the creation of the theoretical antibodies. Both are associated with toxic side effects. Sadly, while he was originally right about the fact that monoclonal antibodies are toxic and should not be used to treat the symptoms now collectively known as “Covid,” Dr. Ardis changed his tune when another doctor texted him asking if he would use antivenom for a snake bite:

“Last December, Dr Bryan Ardis received a text message from an Emergency Room physician friend of his that sent him down an unexpected and bizarre rabbit hole that may explain the adverse events from the vaccines that we’ve been reporting. The text read: “Hey Dr Ardis…If you got bit by a rattlesnake, would you go to a hospital and get anti-venom?”

“He says, “I realized, all of a sudden, monoclonal antibodies ARE anti-venom. The Federal Government doesn’t want us using anti-venom. Why are they fighting anti-venom and why are we finding anti-venom works against COVID? Is it not a virus? Is it a venom? This is what I want to know: Is COVID a venom and is this why they don’t want you using monoclonal antibodies?”

https://www.google.com/amp/s/cairnsnews.org/2022/04/13/dr-bryan-ardis-covid-19-is-not-a-virus-people-die-by-being-given-a-snake-venom/amp/

Do you see the trick? They want you to equate monoclonal antibodies with antivenom. This is supposed to be an “aha” moment where you realize that there is no way that you would not inject antivenom (i.e. horse blood) into yourself if bitten by a snake. It’s a no-brainer, right? We have all seen the movies where a person is bitten by a venomous snake and quickly dies if not given the antivenom.

If you are willing to accept the injection of horse blood into your body to survive a snake bite, why wouldn’t you also inject the cancer-cell cultured blood of genetically altered mice in order to combat “Covid?”

As Dr. Ardis points out, monoclonal antibodies are essentially antivenom. However, he wrongly states that monoclonal antibodies are an effective therapy. According to a September 2021 Cochrane review of the available studies, they found insufficient evidence to claim that monoclonal antibodies are an effective treatment for “SARS-COV-2:”

Are laboratory-made, COVID-19-specific monoclonal antibodies an effective treatment for COVID-19?

“The evidence for each comparison is based on single studies. None of these measured quality of life. Our certainty in the evidence for all non-hospitalised individuals is low, and for hospitalised individuals is very low to moderate. We consider the current evidence insufficient to draw meaningful conclusions regarding treatment with SARS-CoV-2-neutralising mAbs.”

https://www.cochrane.org/CD013825/HAEMATOL_are-laboratory-made-covid-19-specific-monoclonal-antibodies-effective-treatment-covid-19

In other words, the evidence for the usefulness of monoclonal antibodies is non-existent. Unfortunately, the Cochrane Review failed to point out that there are various risks and adverse reactions associated with their use:

Do mAbs have risks?

“Therapeutic mAbs, typically administered by intravenous (IV) infusion, have been a valuable and generally safe treatment option for a variety of conditions for many years. However, they are also known to cause a range of side effects and reactions, which can be immediate or delayed. Serious adverse events associated with mAbs include infusion reactions, acute anaphylaxis, and serum sickness, as well as longer-term complications such as infections, cancer, autoimmune disease, and cardiotoxicity.”

https://www.ecri.org/components/PPRM/Pages/QAMonoclonalAntibodyCOVID19.aspx?PF=1&source=print

In January 2022, the FDA restricted the use of some monoclonal therapies (Bamlanivimab and Etesevimab) that are authorized against “Covid-19” as they were shown to be ineffective:

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: FDA Limits Use of Certain Monoclonal Antibodies to Treat COVID-19 Due to the Omicron Variant

“In light of the most recent information and data available, today, the FDA revised the authorizations for two monoclonal antibody treatments – bamlanivimab and etesevimab (administered together) and REGEN-COV (casirivimab and imdevimab) – to limit their use to only when the patient is likely to have been infected with or exposed to a variant that is susceptible to these treatments. 

Because data show these treatments are highly unlikely to be active against the omicron variant, which is circulating at a very high frequency throughout the United States, these treatments are not authorized for use in any U.S. states, territories, and jurisdictions at this time. In the future, if patients in certain geographic regions are likely to be infected or exposed to a variant that is susceptible to these treatments, then use of these treatments may be authorized in these regions.  

Monoclonal antibodies are laboratory-made proteins that mimic the immune system’s ability to fight off harmful pathogens such as viruses, like SARS-CoV-2. And like other infectious organisms, SARS-CoV-2 can mutate over time, resulting in certain treatments not working against certain variants such as omicron. This is the case with these two treatments for which we’re making changes today.”

https://www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/coronavirus-covid-19-update-fda-limits-use-certain-monoclonal-antibodies-treat-covid-19-due-omicron

On April 16th, 2022, the FDA revoked the use of Bamlanivimab alone as it’s benefits were shown not to outweigh its risks. Somehow despite this evidence, the FDA still allows for it to be used in combination with Etesevimab, even though they previously revoked their use together in January 2022:

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: FDA Revokes Emergency Use Authorization for Monoclonal Antibody Bamlanivimab

“Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration revoked the emergency use authorization (EUA) that allowed for the investigational monoclonal antibody therapy bamlanivimab, when administered alone, to be used for the treatment of mild-to-moderate COVID-19 in adults and certain pediatric patients. Based on its ongoing analysis of emerging scientific data, specifically the sustained increase of SARS-CoV-2 viral variants that are resistant to bamlanivimab alone resulting in the increased risk for treatment failure, the FDA has determined that the known and potential benefits of bamlanivimab, when administered alone, no longer outweigh the known and potential risks for its authorized use. Therefore, the agency determined that the criteria for issuance of an authorization are no longer met and has revoked the EUA.

On Nov. 9, 2020, based on the totality of scientific evidence available at the time, the FDA issued an EUA to Eli Lilly and Co. authorizing the emergency use of bamlanivimab alone for the treatment of mild to moderate COVID-19 in adults and pediatric patients (12 years of age and older weighing at least 40 kg) with positive results of direct SARS-CoV-2 viral testing, and who are at high risk for progressing to severe COVID-19 and/or hospitalization. Importantly, although the FDA is now revoking this EUA, alternative monoclonal antibody therapies remain available under EUA, including REGEN-COV (casirivimab and imdevimab, administered together), and bamlanivimab and etesevimab, administered together, for the same uses as previously authorized for bamlanivimab alone. The FDA believes that these alternative monoclonal antibody therapies remain appropriate to treat patients with COVID-19 when used in accordance with the authorized labeling based on information available at this time.”

https://www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/coronavirus-covid-19-update-fda-revokes-emergency-use-authorization-monoclonal-antibody-bamlanivimab

If the FDA’s confusing revoking of the EUA’s of these monoclonal antibodies has you concerned that you will not be able to use them against an imaginary “virus,” don’t worry. The FDA authorized the use of a new “Omicron-specific” monoclonal antibody called Bebtelovimab on February 11th, 2022. Granted, it still carries the same risks, adverse side effects, and uncertainty over clinical worsening listed for the previously ineffective antibody therapies. From the FDA fact sheet:

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: FDA Authorizes New Monoclonal Antibody for Treatment of COVID-19 that Retains Activity Against Omicron Variant

“Possible side effects of bebtelovimab include itching, rash, infusion-related reactions, nausea and vomiting.

Serious and unexpected adverse events including hypersensitivity, anaphylaxis and infusion-related reactions have been observed with other SARS-CoV2 monoclonal antibodies and could occur with bebtelovimab. In addition, clinical worsening following administration of other SARS-CoV-2 monoclonal antibody treatment has been reported and therefore is possible with bebtelovimab. It is not known if these events were related to SARS-CoV-2 monoclonal antibody use or were due to progression of COVID-19.”

https://www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/coronavirus-covid-19-update-fda-authorizes-new-monoclonal-antibody-treatment-covid-19-retains

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: FDA Authorizes New Monoclonal Antibody for Treatment of COVID-19 that Retains Activity Against Omicron Variant

  • Hypersensitivity Including Anaphylaxis and Infusion-Related Reactions: Serious hypersensitivity reactions, including anaphylaxis, have been observed with administration of other SARS-CoV-2 monoclonal antibodies and could occur with administration of bebtelovimab. If clinically significant hypersensitivity reactions occur, discontinue and initiate appropriate supportive care. Infusion-related reactions may occur up to 24 hours post injection. These reactions may be severe or life threatening. (5.1)
  • Clinical Worsening After SARS-CoV-2 Monoclonal Antibody Administration: Clinical worsening of COVID-19 after administration of SARS-CoV-2 monoclonal antibody treatment has been reported and may include signs or symptoms of fever, hypoxia or increased respiratory difficulty, arrhythmia (e.g., atrial fibrillation, sinus tachycardia, bradycardia), fatigue, and altered mental status. Some of these events required hospitalization. It is not known if these events were related to SARS-CoV-2 monoclonal antibody use or were due to progression of COVID-19. (5.2)
  • Limitations of Benefit and Potential for Risk in Patients with Severe COVID-19: Treatment with bebtelovimab has not been studied in patients hospitalized due to COVID-19. Monoclonal antibodies, such as bebtelovimab, may be associated with worse clinical outcomes when administered to hospitalized patients with COVID-19 requiring high flow oxygen or mechanical ventilation. (5.3)

http://www.fda.gov/media/156152/download

Mixed with cancer cells. Sounds healthy…

It should be fairly clear that, unlike Dr. Ardis’ claims, monoclonal antibodies are not effective, carry numerous risky side effects, and can actually worsen the disease they are supposed to treat. Interestingly, this same risk of dangerous side effects and worsening disease outcomes is associated with snake antivenom as well. From the fact sheet of a commonly used antivenom for rattlesnake bites, we find these admitted side effects:

Rattlesnake Antivenin Side Effects Center

“Rattlesnake Antivenin (antivenin crotalidae polyvalent) is an antivenin product used only to treat envenomation caused by bites of crotalids (pit vipers) including rattlesnakes, copperhead and cottonmouth moccasins, and others. Common side effects of Rattlesnake Antivenin include allergic reactions such as flushing, itching, hives, swelling of the face/tongue/throat, cough, shortness of breath, blue color to the skin, vomiting, and anaphylaxis (severe allergic reaction).”

“Immediate systemic reactions (allergic reactions or anaphylaxis) can occur whenever a horse-serum-containing product is administered. An immediate reaction (e.g. shock, anaphylaxis) usually occurs within 30 minutes. Symptoms and signs may develop before the needle is withdrawn and may include apprehension, flushing, itchingurticariaedema of the face, tongue, and throatcoughdyspneacyanosis, vomiting, and collapse. There have been isolated reports of cardiac arrest and death associated with Antivenin (Crotalidae) Polyvalent (equine origin) use.”

“Serum sickness usually occurs 5 to 24 days after administration and its frequency may be related to the number of Antivenin vials administered.30 The incubation period may be less than 5 days, especially in those who have received horse-serum-containing preparations in the past. The usual symptoms and signs are malaisefever, urticaria, lymphadenopathy, edema, arthralgianausea, and vomiting. Occasionally, neurological manifestations develop, such as meningismus or peripheral neuritis. Peripheral neuritis usually involves the shoulders and armsPain and muscle weakness are frequently present, and permanent atrophy may develop.”

https://www.rxlist.com/rattlesnake-antivenin-side-effects-drug-center.htm

Maybe the use of antivenom to treat a snakebite isn’t the super cure it has been sold to be? Is it possible that, as with many pharmaceutical products and interventions, the antivenom itself is creating the very symptoms it is said to treat? For some further insight, let’s look at a few highlights from an paper from September 2019, right before this “crisis,” which reviewed the use of antivenom and had a few revealing claims about the “anti” toxin. You will see it reiterated that the injection of antivenom created from either horse, sheep, goats, and/or rabbits can cause immediate hypersensitivity and anaphylaxis or a delayed “serum sickness” which can occur weeks after the treatment. It is stated that the antivenom has limited efficacy and can be entirely ineffective based on the geographic location. Improper use of antivenom contributes to increased servere outcomes and the production of antibodies in animals leads to a large number (70%) of immunoglobulins that do not react to snake venom:

Perspective on the Therapeutics of Anti-Snake Venom

3. Current Information in the Design of New Antivenoms

“Currently, the only accepted treatment for snakebite envenomation involves intravenous administration of conventional antivenoms comprising antibodies or antibody fragments derived from the plasma of large mammals (generally horses, but also sheep, goats, or rabbits) that have been previously immunized with non-lethal venomous doses [14,15]. Hyperimmunized animals produce antibodies against the venom proteins and serum is extracted from their blood for the treatment of envenomation [6,16]. Conventional serum therapy aims to bind and neutralize the snake venom proteins [17]. It is a fact that the antivenom allows the body to try to reverse the damage caused by the venom. However, it is known that such therapy can cause problems related to different antivenom characteristics, such as:

  • Immediate hypersensitivity reaction to the alien immunoglobulins, including anaphylactic and pyrogenic reactions such as chills, rigor, headache, and tachycardia. Delayed antivenom reactions or serum sickness is observed after 8 to 12 days of treatment; these are characterized by cutaneous eruptions, fever, and allergies, among other effects [18];
  • Limited efficacy of antivenom therapy to protect the affected organ/s against immediate local tissue damage and low stability;
  • Ineffectiveness of the antivenom due to significant geographic variation in the composition of the venom;
  • Antigenic reactivity due to the taxonomic diversity of the snakes;
  • Improper use of the antivenom due to incorrect medical management, which contributes to a high incidence of adverse reactions, a low toxin neutralizing potency, or both.

“Current antibody production faces challenges during the immunization of the animal (equine or ovine), leading to the production of a huge number of antibodies that are not related to the snake venom. Around 70% of the immunoglobulins obtained do not act directly against venom toxins [26]. Despite the abovementioned facts, this is the only FDA approved therapy to treat snake venom.”

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6767026/

A few other studies also point out the severe reactions regularly attributed to the use of antivenom. The first is a study from 2016 which points out that not only are adverse reactions common, they occur at a high rate. It is stated that this is due to poor quality control and manufacturing problems:

Adverse reactions to snake antivenom, and their prevention and treatment

“Antivenom is the mainstay of treatment of snakebite envenoming. However, adverse reactions to snake antivenom that is available are common in many parts of the world where snakebite is prevalent. Both acute (anaphylactic or pyrogenic) and delayed (serum sickness type) reactions occur. Acute reactions are usually mild but severe systemic anaphylaxis may develop, often within an hour or so of exposure to antivenom. Serum sickness after antivenom has a delayed onset between 5 and 14 days after its administration. Ultimately, the prevention reactions will depend mainly on improving the quality of antivenom.”

“The high rate of acute adverse reactions to antivenom is an example of how poor manufacturing and quality control by antivenom producers cause problems for patients and their doctors. This highlights the importance of addressing issues related to poor quality and potentially unsafe antivenom. Ultimately, the prevention of reactions will depend mainly on improving the quality of antivenom. Until these improvements take place, doctors will have to depend on pharmacological prophylaxis as well as careful observation of patients receiving antivenom in preparation for prompt management of acute as well as delayed reactions when they occur.”

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4767202/

This next source is from 2018 and it points out that early antivenoms were unsafe and caused severe life-threatening events. While they now have “acceptable” safety profiles, antivenoms still have varying quality and range from 10% adverse reactions to greater than 50%. This same variation in quality is seen in the production of monoclonal antibodies:

Antivenom therapy: efficacy of premedication for the prevention of adverse reactions

“However, in their initial applications, antivenoms did not exhibit good safety results and could even cause life-threatening side effects [8]. The main reason was that first antivenoms were poorly purified preparations or crude sera. Over the years, for many of the original applications, heterologous serums were replaced by other drugs with better safety profiles, such as antibiotics, vaccines and homologous serums. However, in cases of envenomation by snakes, scorpions or arachnids, antivenoms remain the only effective treatment [4]. Currently, after many improvements, antivenoms exhibit acceptable safety profiles [1, 9, 10]. Nevertheless, antivenom quality still varies widely depending on the producer, while some antivenoms exhibit adverse reaction rates of less than 10%, others have values of greater than 50% [11, 12].”

https://jvat.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s40409-018-0144-0

In is interesting to note that there are many factors that are said to influence the severity of a venomous snakebite including the age, sex, and health of the person bitten as well as the type of snake, the geographical location of the snake, the season the bite occurred in, what the snake ate, and how recently the snake released its venom. Antivenoms themselves have been shown to have varying effects in quality due to the geographical location of the snake which somehow renders the antivenom ineffective and even dangerous in different countries and continents, even against the same type of snake. It is said that this has kept locals from seeking out medical care and sticking to traditional healers:

“Snake venoms are highly complicated. At least 26 separate enzymes have been identified with 10 of these enzymes common to all snake venoms (though in different concentrations). All snake bites are not equal. The quality of venom depends not only on the type of snake but on the season, the geographical region, the age of the snake, and how recently it has released venom previously.”

https://www.vin.com/apputil/content/defaultadv1.aspx?pId=17256&id=4952088

Antivenom’s fatal flaw

“A study led by Dr Fry has found that antivenoms produced using snakes from one region may perform poorly or fail completely against the same species of snakes from other regions.

Researchers tested the effectiveness of two African and two Indian saw-scaled viper antivenoms against saw-scaled vipers from 10 regions.

The results showed that the two African antivenoms were only effective against snakes from restricted ranges.

One antivenom performed well against West African saw-scaled vipers and the other performed best against the East African saw-scaled vipers.

The Indian antivenom only worked against saw-scaled vipers from the region where the antidote was produced and failed against toxins from other Indian regions. It failed completely against African saw-scaled vipers.

“These antivenoms are being sold and used interchangeably to treat all saw-scaled viper bites, and in many cases they are not working,” Dr Fry says.

“In Kenya, snakebite deaths have increased dramatically after hospitals switched supplies of a very effective African antivenom with a cheaper Indian variety.”

“This creates a knock-on effect in these communities. It’s hard enough to convince people living in these regions not to go to traditional healers to treat snakebite. And if someone does seek proper medical care but dies because of ineffective antivenom, it will be even harder to convince the next victim to seek out antivenom.”

Viper venom’s lethal evolution 

It’s the variety of the saw-scaled viper’s prey, from rodents to insects, that researchers say could be the reason why antivenom from one region might not work in another.

“Antivenom is effective and reliable when venom composition does not vary greatly between individual snakes,” UQ PhD candidate in Toxinology Bianca op den Brouw wrote in an article for The Conversation.

“Unfortunately, the venom composition from saw-scaled vipers varies between populations and is thought to be partly due to an evolutionary adaptation linked to their diet.

“Different saw-scaled viper populations feed on different prey. The physiology of these prey animals differs, and this dictates what makes a toxin effective.

“From a medical perspective, this means that the antibodies in an antivenom may not be able to adequately recognise and fight all the harmful toxins in the venom.”

http://uq.edu.au/research/impact/stories/antivenoms-fatal-flaw/

Maybe the proceeding information on how snakebite antivenoms are created as well as the high rate of adverse events from the antibodies used for antivenom now has you questioning that initial “no-brainer” thought: “Of course I would use antivenom if bit by a snake.” If so, you are on the right track as, based on information from the African Snakebite Institute, in most snake bite cases, antivenom is not used and many snake bites are often unattended and/or unreported. In fact, it is apparently a well-known “myth” (i.e. truth in this case) that the antivenom kills more people than the snake venom itself. Most people (over 80%) never receive antivenom as, like the previous sources stated, it can have disastrous side-effects. Most snake bites do not cause symptoms warranting the use of something so toxic. In fact, snake bite victims are not immediately injected with antivenom and typically are sent home after observation:

“Yet people often have a poor understanding of how it works and there are endless myths about antivenom killing more people than the snake venom itself.”

“Few snakebite victims are treated with antivenom (less than 20 % of those hospitalised after a snakebite) as most victims are not severely envenomated or the bite may be from a snake that is not considered potentially deadly or is not covered by the antivenom (Rhombic Night Adder, Berg Adder and Stiletto Snake). Antivenom is relatively scarce, expensive and can have disastrous side-effects. The biggest danger is an acute allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) or, to a lesser degree, serum sickness that can affect the immune system several days after treatment.”

“Snakebite victims are not automatically injected with antivenom as most of them never experience symptoms severe enough to justify its use. The majority of snakes have control over their venom glands and are quite reluctant to waste their venom on humans. They very often give ‘dry’ bites with no subsequent symptoms of envenomation or the snake might inject a little bit of venom that will cause discomfort or some symptoms but nothing serious. Such patients are usually hospitalised for a day, carefully monitored and then sent home.”

“As already mentioned, some snakebite victims quickly have an allergic reaction to antivenom and this happens in more than 40% of all cases where antivenom is used. Some of those victims go into anaphylactic shock which is a life-threatening medical condition and must be treated with adrenaline. This has to do with the fact that our antivenom is made from horse blood and the allergy is basically an allergy to horse proteins.”

Bill Haast – repeated snake bite victim from the world’s deadliest snakes tragically died at the young age of 100 from natural causes. 😞

If snake bites regularly do not cause symptoms and do not require the use of antivenom, are snake bites really as toxic and harmful as we previously thought? Are the dangerous side effects linked to snake bites really just the reactions to having horse blood injected into the body as treatment? Is this another case where the treatment causes the symptoms of disease it was supposed to prevent? If the examples of these next few individuals are taken into consideration, it’s entirely plausible to conclude that we have been misled about the dangers stemming from snakebites in order to cover for the toxic effects of the treatment:

Repeated snake bite for recreation: Mechanisms and implications

“There is a debate in the fatality/immunity due to repeated snake bites in human beings either accidentally or incidentally. Haast and Winer[11] reported complete recovery of a patient without any specific therapy even after bitten by a deadly snake Bangarus Caeruleus[11] and the authors attributed it to cross protection of existing antibody between species of Bangarus and Indian, African and Egyptian cobras, as he had a history of bites from these snakes earlier.”

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3883202/

This snake-man got himself bitten over 200 times to become immune to venom

“Bill Haast, a scientist turned snake-man from America, was bitten at least 173 times by poisonous snakes in his life till mid-2008 of which he was fatally injured about 20 times.”

“In the 1950s, he had few ill-effects and didnt need any anti-venom in spite of the fact that he was bitten by the cobras about 20 times as per the report published in Today I Found Out.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.indiatoday.in/amp/education-today/gk-current-affairs/story/this-snake-man-got-himself-bitten-over-200-times-to-become-immune-to-venom-1314172-2018-08-14

Man makes deadly snakes bite him 160 times in hunt for human antidote

“An amateur scientist has deliberately endured more than 160 self-inflicted snake bites in a bid to become immune to venom.

Tim Friede is obsessed by finding a human antidote to poisonous snake bites, which kill an estimated 100,000 people every year.

Mr Friede was recently bitten by a taipan and a black mamba, two deadly snakes he keeps at his home in Wisconsin, USA, in addition to his two rattlesnakes and water cobra.

He said he experienced a “real throbbing sensation” but he “felt great” after the bites.

“It really hurts and it swells but that’s it,” he said.”

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/man-makes-deadly-snakes-bite-him-160-times-in-hunt-for-human-antidote-a6825791.html%3famp

Poison pass: the man who became immune to snake venom

“A lot has been written about Steve Ludwin, widely known as the man who injects snake venom, and lately his life has turned into a non-stop frenzy of international journalists and film crews revelling in the seeming sheer insanity of it.”

“He’s been shooting, swallowing and scratching venom into his skin from some of the world’s deadliest snakes for 30 years. “Snakes are fucking everywhere. The symbol for medicine is two snakes. They’re ingrained in our brain and DNA,” he tells me, proudly insisting that he hasn’t been ill for decades and has developed “a superhuman immune system”. And it’s tempting to believe him. He does look undeniably fit.”

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/environment/2018/feb/11/poison-pass-the-man-who-became-immune-to-snake-venom-steve-ludwin

The Photographer Who Was Bitten by a Black Mamba… and Got the Shot

“After several minutes and then hours passed and Laita was still feeling fine — experts recommend heading straight for a hospital, by the way — the crew concluded that Laita didn’t have any venom in his system. The photographer believes that it was either a “dry bite,” when a snake doesn’t release any venom, or that his heavy flow of blood pushed out the venom.”

The Photographer Who Was Bitten By A Black Mamba… And Got The Shot

As can be seen, there are numerous examples of people being deliberately and accidentally bitten by the world’s deadliest snakes who are completely fine and do not require treatment from antivenom whatsoever. Are we to conclude that these people are the lucky few who somehow have amazing super-human “immune” systems that render snake venom ineffective? Or have snake bites and the associated symptoms of venom toxicity been blown out of proportion? Could this be a case where some have had bad reactions to a snake bite just as there are those who have severe allergic reactions to bee stings while the majority of snake bite and bee sting victims come away unscathed? Could this be similar to the supposed rabies cases where the majority of those who were bitten by “rabid” animals actually went on to be just fine without getting the rabies vaccination?

The Treatments Are Worse Than the Disease

It’s very apparent that in the case of monoclonal antibodies and anivenom, the adverse effects of the drugs are actually worse than the supposed diseases they are meant to treat. Could this be due to the fact that, like “viruses,” so-called antibodies have never been properly purified, isolated, and proven to exist? The results of studies using antibodies are regularly unreproducible and irreplicable. It is well-known that antibodies are in fact not as specific as are they are claimed to be and are said to regularly bind to the wrong proteins. Perhaps it is difficult to produce safe and effective products when the entities that are supposed to be produced and supplied in the animal blood are entirely theoretical? Maybe the ridiculous snake venom theory should be viewed in the context that it is a bad idea to be injecting anything, let alone animal blood, into our bodies in an attempt to make ourselves feel better when trusting the body and allowing it to heal is often times the best course of action we can take.

In Summary:

  • Dr. Bryan Ardis put forth a theory that snake venom is the cause of “Covid-19” primarily based on fraudulent genomic data
  • The snake connection stems from research linking proteins from the fabricated “SARS-COV-2” genome to bat and snake “coronavirus” proteins
  • The enzyme phospholipase A2 group IIA or sPLA2-IIA, which Dr. Ardis bases much of his claims on, only has similarities to rattlesnake venom
  • These peptides are “almost identical” to the venoms of animals and are regularly found in healthy humans and other mammals
  • Dr. Ardis pointed out that, based on a text, he uncovered the connection between antivenom and monoclonal antibodies and stated that they are the same thing
  • He wrongly concluded that monoclonal antibodies are an effective treatment for snake poisons that could be in the vaccines, Remdesivir, and water
  • According to a Sept 2021 Cochrane Review, their certainty in the evidence for the use of monoclonal antibodies in the treatment of “Covid” for all non-hospitalised individuals was low, and for hospitalised individuals was very low to moderate
  • They considered the current evidence insufficient to draw meaningful conclusions regarding treatment with “SARS-CoV-2-neutralising” mAbs
  • Monoclonal antibodies are known to cause a range of side effects and reactions, which can be immediate or delayed
  • Serious adverse events associated with mAbs include infusion reactions, acute anaphylaxis, and serum sickness, as well as longer-term complications such as infections, cancer, autoimmune disease, and cardiotoxicity
  • In February 2022, the FDA revised the authorizations for two monoclonal antibody treatments – bamlanivimab and etesevimab (administered together) and REGEN-COV (casirivimab and imdevimab) – to limit their use to only when the patient is likely to have been infected with or exposed to a variant that is susceptible to these treatments
  • The data showed these treatments are highly unlikely to be active against the omicron variant which is circulating at a very high frequency throughout the United States
  • These treatments are not authorized for use in any U.S. states, territories, and jurisdictions at this time
  • Monoclonal antibodies are laboratory-made proteins that mimic the immune system’s ability to fight off harmful pathogens
  • In April 2022, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration revoked the emergency use authorization (EUA) that allowed for the investigational monoclonal antibody therapy bamlanivimab, when administered alone, to be used for the treatment of mild-to-moderate “COVID-19” in adults and certain pediatric patients
  • Based on its ongoing analysis of emerging scientific data, specifically the sustained increase of “SARS-CoV-2 viral” variants that are resistant to bamlanivimab alone resulting in the increased risk for treatment failure, the FDA determined that the known and potential benefits of bamlanivimab, when administered alone, no longer outweigh the known and potential risks for its authorized use
  • Importantly, although the FDA revoked this EUA, alternative monoclonal antibody therapies remain available under EUA, including REGEN-COV (casirivimab and imdevimab, administered together), and bamlanivimab and etesevimab, administered together, for the same uses as previously authorized for bamlanivimab alone
  • In other words, the use of Bamlanivimab and Etesevimab was revoked as well as the use of Bamlanivimab but they can still be used together as an alternative to Bamlanivimab alone…
  • For the Omicron-specific Bebtelovimab authorized by the FDA in February 2022, possible side effects include
    1. Itching
    2. Rash
    3. Infusion-related reactions
    4. Nausea
    5. Vomiting
  • Serious and unexpected adverse events including hypersensitivity, anaphylaxis and infusion-related reactions have been observed with other “SARS-CoV2” monoclonal antibodies and could occur with bebtelovimab
  • In addition, clinical worsening following administration of other “SARS-CoV-2” monoclonal antibody treatment has been reported and therefore is possible with bebtelovimab
  • The FDA claims that it is not known if these events were related to “SARS-CoV-2” monoclonal antibody use or were due to progression of “COVID-19”
  • Signs or symptoms of worsening outcomes include:
    1. Fever
    2. Hypoxia or increased respiratory difficulty
    3. Arrhythmia (e.g., atrial fibrillation, sinus tachycardia, bradycardia)
    4. Fatigue
    5. Altered mental status
  • Treatment with Bebtelovimab has not been studied in patients hospitalized due to “COVID-19”
  • Monoclonal antibodies, such as Bebtelovimab, may be associated with worse clinical outcomes when administered to hospitalized patients with “COVID-19” requiring high flow oxygen or mechanical ventilation
  • Antivenom carries the same risks of severe side effects and worsening condition as monoclonal antibodies
  • The listing for common side effects of Rattlesnake Antivenin include allergic reactions such as:
    1. Flushing
    2. Iitching
    3. Hives
    4. Swelling of the face/tongue/throat
    5. Cough
    6. Shortness of breath
    7. Blue color to the skin
    8. Vomiting, and anaphylaxis (severe allergic reaction)
  • Immediate systemic reactions (allergic reactions or anaphylaxis) can occur whenever a horse-serum-containing product is administered
  • There have been isolated reports of cardiac arrest and death associated with Antivenin (Crotalidae) Polyvalent (equine origin) use
  • Serum sickness usually occurs 5 to 24 days after administration and its frequency may be related to the number of Antivenin vials administered
  • The usual symptoms and signs are:
    1. Malaise
    2. Fever
    3. Urticaria
    4. Lymphadenopathy
    5. Edema
    6. Arthralgia
    7. Nausea
    8. Vomiting
  • Occasionally, neurological manifestations develop, such as meningismus or peripheral neuritis
  • Peripheral neuritis usually involves the shoulders and arms and pain and muscle weakness are frequently present, and permanent atrophy may develop
  • A 2019 review on antivenom stated that currently, the only accepted treatment for snakebite envenomation involves intravenous administration of conventional antivenoms comprising antibodies or antibody fragments derived from the plasma of large mammals (generally horses, but also sheep, goats, or rabbits) that have been previously immunized with non-lethal venomous doses
  • It is known that such therapy can cause problems related to different antivenom characteristics, such as:
    1. Immediate hypersensitivity reaction to the alien immunoglobulins, including anaphylactic and pyrogenic reactions such as chills, rigor, headache, and tachycardia.
    2. Delayed antivenom reactions or serum sickness is observed after 8 to 12 days of treatment; these are characterized by cutaneous eruptions, fever, and allergies, among other effects
    3. Limited efficacy of antivenom therapy to protect the affected organ/s against immediate local tissue damage and low stability
    4. Ineffectiveness of the antivenom due to significant geographic variation in the composition of the venom;
    5. Antigenic reactivity due to the taxonomic diversity of the snakes
    6. Improper use of the antivenom due to incorrect medical management, which contributes to a high incidence of adverse reactions, a low toxin neutralizing potency, or both
  • Current antibody production faces challenges during the immunization of the animal (equine or ovine), leading to the production of a huge number of antibodies that are not related to the snake venom
  • Around 70% of the immunoglobulins obtained do not act directly against venom toxins
  • According to a 2016 study, adverse reactions to snake antivenom that is available are common in many parts of the world where snakebite is prevalent
  • The high rate of acute adverse reactions to antivenom is an example of how poor manufacturing and quality control by antivenom producers cause problems for patients and their doctors
  • The prevention of reactions will depend mainly on improving the quality of antivenom
  • According to their initial applications, antivenoms did not exhibit good safety results and could even cause life-threatening side effects
  • Currently, after many improvements, antivenoms exhibit “acceptable” safety profiles yet antivenom quality still varies widely depending on the producer, while some antivenoms exhibit adverse reaction rates of less than 10%, others have values of greater than 50%
  • All snake bites are not equal and the quality of venom depends not only on the type of snake but on the season, the geographical region, the age of the snake, and how recently it has released venom previously
  • A study led by Dr. Fry found that antivenoms produced using snakes from one region may perform poorly or fail completely against the same species of snakes from other regions
  • The results showed that the two African antivenoms were only effective against snakes from restricted ranges
  • One antivenom performed well against West African saw-scaled vipers and the other performed best against the East African saw-scaled vipers
  • The Indian antivenom only worked against saw-scaled vipers from the region where the antidote was produced and failed against toxins from other Indian region and it failed completely against African saw-scaled vipers
  • “These antivenoms are being sold and used interchangeably to treat all saw-scaled viper bites, and in many cases they are not working,” Dr Fry said
  • If someone does seek proper medical care but dies because of ineffective antivenom, it will be even harder to convince the next victim to seek out antivenom
  • Antivenom is effective and reliable when venom composition does not vary greatly between individual snakes
  • Unfortunately, the venom composition from saw-scaled vipers varies between populations and is thought to be partly due to an evolutionary adaptation linked to their diet
  • From a medical perspective, this means that the antibodies in an antivenom may not be able to adequately recognise and fight all the harmful toxins in the venom
  • There are endless myths about antivenom killing more people than the snake venom itself
  • Few snakebite victims are treated with antivenom (less than 20 % of those hospitalised after a snakebite
  • Antivenom is relatively scarce, expensive and can have disastrous side-effects
  • Snakebite victims are not automatically injected with antivenom as most of them never experience symptoms severe enough to justify its use
  • Snakes very often give ‘dry’ bites with no subsequent symptoms of envenomation or the snake might inject a little bit of venom that will cause discomfort or some symptoms but nothing serious
  • Such patients are usually hospitalised for a day, carefully monitored and then sent home
  • Some snakebite victims quickly have an allergic reaction to antivenom and this happens in more than 40% of all cases where antivenom is used
  • This has to do with the fact that antivenom is made from horse blood and the allergy is basically an allergy to horse proteins
  • Haast and Winer reported complete recovery of a patient without any specific therapy even after bitten by a deadly snake Bangarus Caeruleus and the authors attributed it to cross protection of existing antibody between species of Bangarus and Indian, African and Egyptian cobras, as he had a history of bites from these snakes earlier
  • Bill Haast, a scientist turned snake-man from America, was bitten at least 173 times by poisonous snakes in his life till mid-2008 of which he was seriously injured about 20 times
  • In the 1950s, he had few ill-effects and didnt need any anti-venom in spite of the fact that he was bitten by the cobras about 20 times
  • An amateur scientist named Tim Friede deliberately endured more than 160 self-inflicted snake bites in a bid to become immune to venom
  • Mr Friede was recently bitten by a taipan and a black mamba, two deadly snakes he keeps at his home in Wisconsin, USA, in addition to his two rattlesnakes and water cobra
  • He said he experienced a “real throbbing sensation” but he “felt great” after the bites
  • Steve Ludwin, widely known as the man who injects snake venom, has been shooting, swallowing and scratching venom into his skin from some of the world’s deadliest snakes for 30 years
  • He hasn’t been ill for decades and has developed “a superhuman immune system”
  • A photographer was bit by the deadliest snake, a Black Mamba, and after hours passed, he was still feeling fine and needed no treatment

The snake venom theory by Dr. Bryan Ardis is built upon the interpretation of the unpurified fraudulent “SARS-COV-2” genome which is itself built upon references to other fraudulent genomes of human and animal “coronaviruses” created in the very same way. Attempting to claim any connections between the random A,C,T,G’s in a computer database is a useless and pointless exercise as the RNA that was fabricated into the genome of a “virus” was never purified, isolated, and proven to physically exist in the first place. Thus any connections between the protein codes said to belong to a “virus” which are then said to be closely related to supposed snake “coronaviruses” is immediately invalid.

Using this invalid premise to then claim that people have been poisoned by snake venom in the vaccines, the drugs, and the water supply is nothing but unsubstantiated science fiction that seems designed to have a few purposes:

  1. To keep people engaged in the lie that a new disease known as “Covid-19” exists and that there is a singular cause.
  2. To restore faith in monoclonal antibodies and other toxic alternative treatments.
  3. To use the theory to promote and sell anti-venom supplements.
  4. To divide and distract those questioning the official narrative.
  5. To make the “Truther” community look foolish by falling for loosely tied-together circumstantial evidence that is easily debunked.

If we are to take the claims of Dr. Ardis seriously that the symptoms associated with snake venom is the true cause of a disease known as “Covid-19,” how does his theory explain for the fact that the antivenom and monoclonal antibody treatments cause the exact same symptoms of the disease they are supposed to treat? How would it be determined that the worsening clinical outcomes after injection are from the snake bites/venom rather than the antivenom/monoclonal antibodies given as treatment? How does his theory account for the numerous instances where people have been deliberately bitten by snakes, injected with the venom of snakes, and drank of the venom of the snakes with little to no harmful effects whatsoever? How does his theory account for the fact that the vast majority of “Covid” cases are asymptomatic and the vast majority of snake bite cases need no treatment at all? There are many holes in this theory which will easily be picked apart to make those who follow it look foolish for having done so.

There is no “SARS-COV-2.” There is no “Covid-19.” There is no new disease nor any new symptoms of disease requiring treatment from vaccines, monoclonal antibodies, Remdesivir, Hydroxychloroquine, Ivermectin, NAC, nor any other treatment. There is no need for any anti-venom supplements.

Beware those who will sell you the cause of the disease and the solution.

https://www.redvoicemedia.com/2022/04/first-pictures-and-videos-of-snake-venom-peptides-in-bioweapon-shots/

112 comments

  1. The moral of the story that thankfully con-vid woke me up to is this:

    Don’t inject yourself with foreign material (proteins, metals, nanoparticles).
    The body is not designed to deal with directly injected materials that doesn’t get normally digested (but passes through the digestive system).

    If only these freaking doctors would stop believing in this nonsense, then maybe we could have a system that is cheaper and more effective. But then, pharma would be obsolete.

    I think a government run medicine research system would be much more effective, without the profit motive. I know people fear the government, but private corporations have much less liability and they tend to spend tons of money on lawyers to protect them, whereas governments face more direct public scrutiny.

    Remember, private public partnerships, or state corporatism, is the definition of Fascism!

    As for these state run medical research systems, Cuba has one and I’m not sure of their medicines but they have helped even victims of the 911 asbestos…. Perhaps they pretend it’s medicine, but are really just giving iv supplements? Who knows but they have much better results than the more expensive “high tech science” ones.

    “The scientists of today think deeply instead of clearly. One must be sane to think clearly, but one can think deeply and be quite insane.”. ― Nikola Tesla

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    1. Rob Rob, No, a gov owned medical system would be just as corrupt because such a system would also by run by people who are willing to do anything for personal gain. All that is necessary to eliminate pharma is to legalize all natural remedies, in which case people would always opt for the safer remedies that actually work. Also, make pharma liable for injury.

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    2. We already have effectively a state-run system. Fascism is effectively that plus capitalistic window dressing. The problem is the government-granted monopolies and revolving doors and crowding out of private certification. Simply having a free market in insurance would end pharma in a year.

      Actuaries free to calculate based on what increases and decreases risk would almost immediately figure out vaccination increases risk and therefore would demand higher premiums from the vaxxed, and the drugged, and those eating poor diets.

      As above, so below. The body works as a decentralized system where intervention by “smart people” is almost invariably disastrous, and it’s the same with the market and customary law. Government regulation has only replaced common-law torts that would be much more burdensome for Big Pharma.

      Instead lobbied lawmakers give them immunity from suit. Common/customary law is a decentrally evolved legal system that works and we’ve been taught to ignore it and rely on “wise, incorruptible” governors just as on “wise, incorruptible” doctors. Read John Hasnas’s article “The Obviousness of Anarchy” for a primer. (It’s not an argument for anarchy necessarily, as most of it equally applies to quasi-minarchy of the early United States style, especially under the Articles of Confederation.)

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  2. You do yeoman’s work Mike. This is all so exhausting, just reading it, let alone the time it must have taken you to research and write. I went to the product page on Ardin’s site (I had no clue he sold lots of stuff) just for shits and giggles to see what form of zinc and selenium, the quantities, dose per day, ingredients label, etc. Not there. What exactly are you getting for that $45? And where did I see that sale or sppecial prce of $109/month? Odd.

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    1. I had no clue he was selling supplements at first. I happened upon it while researching his claims. That immediately made me entirely suspicious of his theory, granted it didn’t take much to debunk it in the first place. It is sad how quickly so many have fallen for this narrative yet we seem to see it happen time and time again for other narratives.

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  3. This article is INCORRECT in stating that Dr Ardis is promoting the idea of a new disease. We know from Terrain Theory that there is only two causes of disease: Toxins and malnutrition. Dr Ardis is stating that the “novel” symptoms labeled covid-19 are in fact NOT novel, but the well known effects of snake venom. And so, no this does not open the door for more pharma products. He lists the safe, low-cost over-the-counter remedies that have been known/used for decades to cure those effects. The fact that he may also sell some of those does not invalidate anything he is saying. It’s just a little extra income to help pay for the 24/hr security he needs to protect himself from pharma hit-men.

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    1. He is promoting snake venom as a cause of “Covid” which is considered a new disease. These are his own words.

      “Summarizing his theory, Dr. Ardis said, “They are using Krait venom and Cobra venom, calling it Covid-19, you’re drinking it, it’s getting into your brainstem and it’s paralyzing your diaphragm’s ability to breathe.”

      https://www.google.com/amp/s/miamistandard.news/2022/04/12/covid-19-is-potentially-a-synthesized-snake-venom-after-found-in-loads-of-coronavirus-deaths-being-spread-in-vaccines-and-water-supply/%3famp=1

      He would need to show proof that drinking venom causes the symptoms of disease he claims it is. The pharmaceuticals he promoted (monoclonal antibodies, Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine, NAC) can all induce the exact same symptoms of disease. Even antivenom, which is a monoclonal antibody, causes the symptoms associated with snake venom poisoning. The treatments are creating the symptoms. There is zero evidence it is snake venom.

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  4. Awesome job Mike , you are the deepest digger!
    This was an easy one for me, thanks to your previous efforts , mind is blown with the whole site, right at the top of my bookmark list. Happy to support if you set up on subscribestar or another platform like that.

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    1. Thanks for the kind words! I am happy you found the article beneficial. I have thought about potentially getting on Twitter but I have stayed away from it for the most part as I despise it. I’m not sure about other platforms other than that. I’m not even sure what subscribestar even is. I’m not the most technologically savvy person. 😉

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  5. Thank you, Mike Stone for another well-researched and reasoned perspective. I got red-pilled on germ theory at the beginning of the scamdemic thanks to Drs Bailey, Cowan, Lenka and Kaufman. More recently, your excellent analyses have corroborated and strengthened the argument that germ theory is a fraud.

    Now after two years, I’ve developed my own arguments– kind of like shorthand to cut to the chase with mind-controlled subjects who are beyond reason and rational debate. It also helps me in times of doubt–which any honest skeptic will experience.

    Why would God make something silent and invisible that kills men, women and children indiscriminately and without any warning whatsoever? The answer is a loving God wouldn’t. That would be evil. Even Satan has to use illusion and our free will to harm us. Venomous animals give warnings, like colors, sounds and behavior.

    For the Darwinian atheists, we have to use reason. I ask you, how is it that microbes can evolve randomly that are 1, 50, 70, 80, 90% percent lethal, but over millions of years have never chanced to be 100% or 99.99% lethal? It’s never happened, not once in animals, plants or humans. It has not even been seen in plants which are much more numerous and supposedly susceptible to infectious disease. If microbes had a lethal kill switch, sooner or later that switch would malfunction and kill 100% of its hosts. If it were possible, it would have happened already. Ponder the logic of that.

    No. There are only four basic causes of death.

    Poisoning
    Trauma, physical and psychological
    Starvation
    Low energy

    That’s it! Everything else is a symptom of these four. Every death certificate should begin with one of these four and then get more specific. Germ theory is a fraud and any influencer who is still promoting it is not to be trusted or at least regarded skeptically. They are perpetuating fear and they should know better by now.

    Likewise, biological warfare and gain of function as we commonly think of it is a fraud meant to frighten us. Warfare is real. But biological warfare is just chemical warfare-poisoning— using other organisms as the vector.

    Many chemicals are poisons and poisons can kill. The trick is to get them into people’s bodies. They use animals, insects and even microbes to attack us. But the microbes or insects don’t give us a disease. They poison us.

    Bless you and thanks again for you work.

    Daniel

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    1. Thank you for the kind words and support! I agree that it does not make sense logically for God to create invisible pathogenic microganisms to infect/kill us. It is an evil concept created by evil people. It takes power away from us in regards to being able to control our own health and wellness and leaves it to chance and bad luck. We create our own disease and we can cure our own disease if we allow our bodies to heal without interference. They do not want us to know this so that we are powerless and dependent upon their system.

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    2. daniel,

      the argument I use with people is the biology 101 argument. viruses don’t have any functional apparatuses so can’t DO anything, and microbial ‘germs’ are almost all anaerobes (functional or strict) and therefore can’t even be around healthy tissues of aerobic organisms let alone eat them, and of the tiny minority of microbial ‘germs’ that are aerobes — the ones that live on the surface of our respiratory tract — they are all saprophytes and don’t eat healthy tissues either.

      simple, true biology, but somehow that doesn’t seem to make it any more believable lol.

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      1. Reante,
        Thanks for the comment. I like the Bio 101 approach. I have a degree in biology, but it’s easy to forget this or apply it out of the textbook. Even with years of study and decades of student debt, I finally proved the truth of what you say with a simple, real-world demonstration. I stopped covering my food in the refrigerator. No more tupperware containers with lids or plastic wrap. If I have leftovers, I just put it in a bowl uncovered and it lasts seemingly forever. It dries out, but does not rot. I’m careful not to contaminate the cooked food with saliva which contains yeast and causes fermentation. Try it with strawberries. If they are undamaged and well-aerated, they last a long time. People will say, “Oh but I don’t want my food to taste like onions.” Onions are dirt cheap and its silly to put them in the fridge!

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  6. This is by far the most detailed refutation of a deliberate hoax being pushed on the “resistance” community, EXCELLENT work, Mike, so well-researched. Thank you. This is an interesting take-down of the hoax, which is a combo attempt to keep the Covid fear narrative alive as well as to sell, sell, sell stuff.
    Here is a direct link to a comment by Piece of Mindful blogger Stephers; which was made on another blogger’s article at the web site.
    https://pieceofmindful.com/2022/04/13/the-sacramento-6-33/#comment-242027
    “Ardis has had more than 2 million views over the past week. I sense this is a gamed/militarized psyop – and it is soaring! The controllers know they have a winner psyop with this one. I think it is intended to saturate the airwaves — to replace the graphenation theory (what I consider to be the real cause of COVID) with “envenomation.” They have essentially substituted the alleged toxin. It is a convenient switcheroo. Significantly, though, the snake venom theory still seems to involve the notion of SARS-CoV-2 being tweaked in a gain-of-function (GOF) lab – but with a snake venom component. Graphenation does not require ANY virus, nor gain-of-function lab.”

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    1. Thank you Jeffrey! I appreciate the kind words. 🙂 I really did not want to waste my time on this particular hoax but it became obvious that people were falling for it in droves. Once I examined it and saw the connection with monoclonal antibodies, I felt I could add something to the conversation. I hope it helps others to see past this latest deception.

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      1. And adding something you did! I couldn’t care less about the venom=covid hoax but fortunately I kept reading because I was already suspicious about the snake antivenom claims, and had no idea about all this great stuff you compiled! Mind-boggling! Thanks a lot (again)!

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      2. You are very welcome Andreas! I didn’t really know much either regarding antivenom. Fortunately, this fiasco forced me to look into it. It’s truly amazing the things we feel are forgone conclusions due to years of conditioning. If you had asked me last week if I would use antivenom, I would have most likely said yes. Knowing what I know now, there is no way I would allow horse blood to be injected into my body. If there is a silver lining to this distraction, it allowed me to open my eyes to other lies they perpetrate. I’m not sure that was their intended effect. 😉

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      3. I think that many in the “resistance” community are simply addicted to fear and drama, and are thus fertile targets for such … snake oil.

        And by the way, snakes in general get a bum rap, even for daring to incite humans to seek…. knowledge, THE “original sin.” 🙂 I went to a summer camp for leadership training while in high school, just happened to help one of the counselors, the science guy, with his stuff, he was taking care of a snake, i learned a lot, including to not hate or fear them.

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      4. We are indoctrinated to be afraid of everything. The world’s “deadliest” creature is said to be the mosquito. If people believe that then there is no hope. Fear is the real “virus.”

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  7. Another important contribution of your analysis is to shed light on the dynamics of snakebites. I was under the mistaken impression that they are almost always fatal and that anit-venoms were “safe and effective”. Great to have your myth-busting insights on this topic as well. Thank you!!

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    1. Thank you! I, too, was under that impression. Once I realized antivenom is the same as monoclonal antibodies, I realized that the antivenom would be causing the exact same toxic symptoms blamed on the snake bites. This is probably common knowledge to people in areas where snake bites are prevalent but I’ve never given it much thought until this hoax broke out. I think if we really investigate, the vast majority of treatments with drugs of any kind are more harmful than whatever is being treated. If the body is left to heal, it would recover better and faster than with treatment. We regularly interfere in the process by adding unnecessary poisons/substances.

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      1. If there is any silver lining in the covid psyop it’s that many people are now questioning the whole allopathic medical system, even if they still believe in germ theory. Hopefully, they will take the next logical steps.

        It’s hard to decipher Brian Ardis’ intentions and motivations. Up to now, he’s dealt some serious blows to the murderous practices of the hospital industrial complex and probably saved a lot of lives. Even if he is controlled opposition on the side of big pharma or Rockefeller medicine in general, I think he’s done more harm to them than he has to us with this latest scare. Maybe it’s fear of being cancelled entirely for taking on the germ theory and PCR frauds and the need to pay bills that are prime motivators here. My experience is that doctors have extra-inflated egos and high cost of living.

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      2. I agree that a great benefit to all of this is that many are becoming aware of the dangers of the pharmaceutical industry. The way we hurt them is by breaking free of their products. We hurt them through their wallets.

        As for Dr. Ardis, I went into this knowing nothing about him. My first exposure was the “Watch the Water” interview which came across scripted and rehearsed. I do not know if he is a bad guy or CO. However, my initial feeling was CO. His appearances on multiple alternative sites which I believe are CO was a huge red flag to me. Once I saw he was pushing his own anti-venom products, it helped to solidify in my mind that this is the most obvious conclusion. I could be wrong and he may not be, yet the signs point to the fact that he is. They have allowed his theory out there and to spread very fast. If they didn’t want his message heard, it wouldn’t be that easy for it to get out. He may have played the benevolent savior touting the dangers of Remdesivir, but it looks like his mission is to steer people back to alternative treatments such as monoclonal antibodies, Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine, and NAC. His mission is to keep people believing in the value of certain pharmaceuticals and supplements.

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      3. I was always skeptical of homeopathy to say the least. Though, I have to admit I do not know much about it, anyway, I changed my mind completely after my research on CoViD-19 because even if homeopathic drugs were nothing but placebos there’s a good chance they at least cause less harm than treatments based on toxins or “foreign material” as commenter Rob Rob put it: “The moral: Don’t inject yourself with foreign material”.

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  8. Yeah, experience and the Bible have taught me that bad actors have to use some truth to lure us in. My strategy now is to look for the nuggets of truth (because they can be valuable) and then reject the rest, moving on when the risks outweigh the benefits. It’s kind of like playing poker. Stay in the game too long and we lose. It might be wisest to not play at all, but then I would have not have learned about germ theory.

    “Wherefore take unto you the whole armor of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand. Stand therefore, having your loins girt about with truth, and having on the breastplate of righteousness; And your feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace; Above all, taking the shield of faith, wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked. And take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God: Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints; And for me, that utterance may be given unto me, that I may open my mouth boldly, to make known the mystery of the gospel.” Ephesians 16

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    1. Well said. My favorite Bruce Lee quote says something similar to what your strategy is:

      “Absorb what is useful. Discard what is not. Add what is uniquely your own.”

      -Bruce Lee

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    2. Reminds me of CSLewis’ essay regarding “men without chests.”

      Evil is the Reason-based placement of a truth so that it may be strictly in the service of falsehood. (The) Progress (Myth) is measured by the increase in the ratio between truth and falsehood. The closer to 1:1 the Control System gets, the closer to absolute control the system achieves, but also the closer it gets to its own event horizon. At 1:1 truth is no longer in service of falsehood and the falsehood falls away leaving only the truth.

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      1. I have a different take on this. According to one particular truther, C. S. Lewis was a cultural change agent and not strictly even Christian.

        I think that truth is beautiful in the metaphysical sense. Of the three metaphysical attributes of beauty, one is clarity.

        Truth is not primarily opposed to falsehood or its mirror image, because truth has positive existence, whereas falsehood is a form of nonexistence.

        There is a worldview in which existence rises out of nonexistence and therefore truth rises out of falsehood, i.e. comes into existence by struggling against falsehood.

        But there is another one in which truth has always existed and always will and falsehood is simply a temporary deviation permitted for a greater good.

        Now if something was 100 % evil and false, it would be immediately recognizable as such, except to those who have been slowly desensitized to it. People would run away from it. Therefore the best way to advance the cause of evil and falsehood is to create a mixture that makes the two as intermingled and inseparable as possible and then remove the truth bit by bit.

        Truth is a learned and a received thing. The problem with Lewis’ line of thinking is that it would require the existence of some kind of inbuilt truth-instinct in men that can only be abused to a limited extent and therefore abusing it too much would always backfire.

        The thing that pulls people in and makes them believe in modern science is that in the absence of truth people will gravitate towards power or pleasure.

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  9. I 100% agree with you!! If he was in it for the money, it would hardly be worth the risk to his life and that of his family! It isn’t cheap to hire 24/7 personal security. Big Pharma has the most powerful assassination on the planet. There are PLENTY of examples of doctors and others they have “silenced” for coming too close to the truth. Dr. Ardis ought to be respected. Quite honestly, those coming after him are more cause for questioning than any suggested theory that Ardis has expressed!

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    1. I’m sorry, I’m not quite sure I follow. Do you agree with what I wrote or do you agree with Dr. Ardis’s snake venom theory? It’s fine either way but I just wanted to clarify. I’m not entirely convinced his life is in danger.

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  10. So no one has ever used Bioweapons before? really? that is not a cause of death or disease. I don’t buy the snake venom theory or that it is in the water, but I also do not agree that NOTHING is causing covid 19 symptoms. Having treated these patient, I assure you this is not just another flu. Something is causing this clinical syndrome and it occurred months before the shots were given. I do believe it is a bioweapon and we have evidence of labs now all over the world to make the case of a highly likely covid 19 ( all it whatever you want) bioweapon.

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    1. What are the new symptoms of disease that people are experiencing? What is different about “Covid” symptoms versus allergies, the common cold, the flu, and pneumonia?

      You are correct that there is a bioweapon. It is currently being referred to as vaccines.

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      1. I have heard several doctors say that their patients were indeed suffering from a respiratory disease that seemed unusually severe and/or frequent during late 2019 and 2020. I’ve heard it called it ARDS– acute respiratory distress syndrome.

        The link between radiation (of many types) and disease is very strong and well-documented. I think Mike Stone has done a report on this. Dr Samuel Milham published findings implicating electromagnetic radiation and flu-like disease. http://www.sammilham.com/historical%20evidence.pdf. There are countless others. I know Soviet scientists documented it.

        The increased use of 5G alone is probably enough to account for any unusual spike in flu-like symptoms.

        Another fraud that maybe Mike has analyzed is the placebo effect. Every medical study has to account for it. That’s why they are called placebo-controlled trials. It’s the gold standard in medicine. Why? Because it’s real. In simple terms, the mind can exert powerful influences on the body and often manifests as a reduction in symptoms. It’s estimated to be as high as thirty percent. That’s probably comparable to the sham drugs they are testing if they didn’t manipulate the statistics. See the book, “The Illusion of Evidence Based-Medicine” by Jureidini and McHenry. There are many other reports showing the fraud in clinical trials.

        The placebo effect is real. So the converse must be true: that the mind can make us sick. And the most powerful emotion is fear. I can’t point to specific studies, but I’m sure there are many that show that acute fear and anxiety produces symptoms exactly like covid. I’ve had panic attacks and it was hard to breath.

        So if you put fear, 5G and co-morbidities together, that surely is enough to account for any increase and severity in flu-like symptoms observed across the developed world.

        These three factors (anxiety, radiation and existing disease) can explain why children seem to be immune. They are generally fearless and somewhat shielded from the most powerful mind-control like the “news” media, reducing the effects of anxiety. It could also account for why people in less developed places like Africa also seem to be immune. They less burdened by radiation, “western” diseases and mind-control propaganda.

        To every doctor, I ask…. Did you rule out radiation, anxiety and co-morbidities before you diagnosed “covid” and pumped your patient full of toxic drugs and mechanical ventilation? If not, you were negligent and violated your oath. And don’t say you relied on PCR. Shame on you. You should know better by now.

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      2. That is convenient but inconsistent with the roll out and timing of the vaccines. We have no way of knowing what really caused the clinical syndrome of Covid-19. I had no fear going into this mayhem In feb 2020 because I am healthy and it is my job to face this kind of danger. Yet I got sick in May 2020- coughed for 6 weeks and at times had difficulty breathing. I have never had an illness like this before. I worked through it with vitamins and a healthy diet. I missed 1 day of work. Now I have taken care of a multitude of ” covid” patients and have not contracted anything since my initial illness. I am NOT Vaccinated. Something made me ill. I was not fearful nor did I panic. I was sick…. from? It was not in my head. I am a medical professional x 30 years an I can tell you the feeling like the air was sucked out of the room such as might be expected with some type of gas-based bioweapon that could trigger ARDS is a possibility. But that has yet to be determined. The truth is no one knows what caused this illness, and until the bioweapon labs come clean and reports of activities are confessed, we can not fall for a convenient hypothesis that it is psychosomatic reaction to something that does not exist OR that vaccines somehow affected some but not others, when many who were never vaccinated also fell ill.

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      3. The problem is looking for one cause. There are many causes of the symptoms assigned to “Covid.” There are many physical and emotional factors. Trying to pin it all on one cause is a mistake as well as trying to claim the same symptoms of disease are something new just because one has not experienced it before.

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    2. I am still on the fence with the snake venom theory. I’m still open to it being a possibility.
      I agree with you that there is definitely something causing unusual symptoms like I had… such as loss of taste, smell, a strange smell ( like a burning smell) that manifests every once in a while for months after. I also have had shortness of breath when going up stairs which I never had before. I am a very health conscious person and haven’t had any issue before covid , bioweapon or whatever it is .

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    3. Reply to Linda Schnupp:
      I have heard several doctors say that their patients were indeed suffering from a respiratory disease that seemed unusually severe and/or frequent during late 2019 and 2020. I’ve heard it called it ARDS– acute respiratory distress syndrome.

      The link between radiation (of many types) and disease is very strong and well-documented. I think Mike Stone has done a report on this. Dr Samuel Milham published findings implicating electromagnetic radiation and flu-like disease. http://www.sammilham.com/historical%20evidence.pdf. There are countless others. I know Soviet scientists documented it.

      The increased use of 5G alone is probably enough to account for any unusual spike in flu-like symptoms.

      Another fraud that maybe Mike has analyzed is the placebo effect. Every medical study has to account for it. That’s why they are called placebo-controlled trials. It’s the gold standard in medicine. Why? Because it’s real. In simple terms, the mind can exert powerful influences on the body and often manifests as a reduction in symptoms. It’s estimated to be as high as thirty percent. That’s probably comparable to the sham drugs they are testing if they didn’t manipulate the statistics. See the book, “The Illusion of Evidence Based-Medicine” by Jureidini and McHenry. There are many other reports showing the fraud in clinical trials.

      The placebo effect is real. So the converse must be true: that the mind can make us sick. And the most powerful emotion is fear. I can’t point to specific studies, but I’m sure there are many that show that acute fear and anxiety produces symptoms exactly like covid. I’ve had panic attacks and it was hard to breath.

      So if you put fear, 5G and co-morbidities together, that surely is enough to account for any increase and severity in flu-like symptoms observed across the developed world.

      These three factors (anxiety, radiation and existing disease) can explain why children seem to be immune. They are generally fearless and somewhat shielded from the most powerful mind-control like the “news” media, reducing the effects of anxiety. It could also account for why people in less developed places like Africa also seem to be immune. They less burdened by radiation, “western” diseases and mind-control propaganda.

      To every doctor, I ask…. Did you rule out radiation, anxiety and co-morbidities before you diagnosed “covid” and pumped your patient full of toxic drugs and mechanical ventilation? If not, you were negligent and violated your oath. And don’t say you relied on PCR. Shame on you. You should know better by now

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      1. PCR is BS and Dr Kary Mullis’ untimely exit from this world in the Fall of 2019 is highly suspect as would have blown the lid off of the use of PCR as a diagnostic modality for Covid.
        5 G was not available, correct? ….in the Fall of 2019.
        Ivermectin is credited as to why many in the African regions never got sick. I believe there are over 70 studies now that support its efficacy as a treatment for covid. It is widely available over most of Africa, I have been told, and not expensive.
        Children are maybe less likely susceptible to the development of respiratory illness as seen in adults -ARDS( adult respiratory distress syndrome) because they have a reduction in pro-inflammatory cytokines, such as IL-6 , which is involved in the cytokine storm that is believed to lead to ARDS in adult. (https://doi.org/10.3389/fim-mu.2021.646894)

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    4. Keep in mind that local hotspots of various less common symptoms have always been the norm. In fact northern Italy was having anomalously dire flu seasons for several years before 2020.

      When anecdotes suddenly become interesting and talked about, legends are born out of random noise and local anomalies. Would anyone have cared to hear about a weird cough and labored breathing you had if it were in 2017? Especially if it only caused one missed day of work. I don’t really think these symptoms are particularly unique anyway, though likely surprising to some in some areas.

      Yellow dust from China is something that’s been hitting Japan for years and causing greater prevalence of less common respiratory symptoms, but I haven’t heard anyone talk about altitude sickness / ARDS or shortness of breath.

      I reject the fundamental premise that local anecdotes are a reliable way to tell there’s a new disease when the hype train went from zero to 50 billion overnight in early 2020. There’s no year where that wouldn’t have resulted in widespread claims of new symptoms. I had a horrible flu in 2006 seemingly out of the blue (knowing what I knew then; now I can easily see the unhealthy lifestyle patterns that led to it). If “covid” story hit in 2006 surely I’d be sharing that story every time “covid” came up, insisting it was a new disease, and if social media had been around…

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  11. If one does not fall for the novel covid-19 virus even existing, then all this snake venom nonsense is irrelevant. Some of this coming from Infowars and Mike Adams is so off the wall that I can’t wrap my mind around it, even trying to keep an open mind about the possibilities.

    All I know is that big pharma does not tell us everything they put into their drugs, vaccines and mRNA injections. They always claim these drugs are proprietary and that the secret ingredients must be kept secret in order to protect the companies products. It’s all BS.

    And I firmly agree that most drugs and treatments given to the diseased and sick by the medical mafia are far worse than the actual disease or sickness. We are talking about providing fake medical treatments and drugs to billions of people and many times drugs are for life. It’s a multi-trillion dollar scam and it will not be destroyed by current governments as there is too much “funny money” passing hands.

    The only hope I see for change is that somehow the free market exposes the corruption and after enough people have been injured or murdered by big pharma, the remaining people force some kind of change. As I am aging (72), my greatest fear is not becoming sick and diseased, it is being corralled by the medical mafia and their voodoo.

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    1. Yes, the snake venom nonsense definitely is irrelevant. I really wasn’t even going to acknowledge it but I saw too many smart people falling for the trap. Fortunately, it led me down an interesting path regarding the antivenom/monoclonal antibody connection. Big pharma definitely does not want their secret sauces exposed and it is very hard to find exactly what is used for the “SARS-COV-2” monoclonal antibodies on the market. Hopefully people will think twice about these treatments knowing that it comes from genetically modified mice combined with cancer cells.

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  12. People must realize that they are turning our minds and bodies into the bioweapon, using poison, fear and malnutrition. The sooner we realize that the bioweapon is us, the sooner we take away their power.

    Stew Peters is getting a lot of flack for breaking this story. He’s a journalist and was doing his job, leaving it up to the rest to evaluate. It must be noted that every episode, he says ‘the
    virus’ has never been proven to exist and that the PCR is a fraud. That puts him in the rarefied category of alt-media journalists with the courage to strike at the heart of the covid psyop.

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    1. Sounds like he deserves credit for that. He will hopefully get to a place where he’s intolerant of those pushing “virus” stories and uncritically touting mainstream studies at all.

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  13. Linda,
    I’m not discounting your symptoms. I think we can’t underestimate the power of their mind-control techniques. Even if we are otherwise strong and healthy, they have been mastering psychological warfare for a long time. Also, medical facilities are full of radiation, especially hospitals. How can you be sure you were not poisoned by radiation?

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    1. I am minimizing my symptoms! I worked through this, missed 1 day. Radiation poisoning causes significant gastrointestinal symptoms of which I had none. I was not THAT sick, never even had a fever, but it was significant in that is was something completely unusual. I only mention my symptoms because I put them into perspective of what I know to be possible with any other respiratory disease being trained to discern that. I believe this was/ is a bioweapon. But I do not think anyone has figured this out yet. Calling it psychological is not helpful. Radiation would have had a much broader affect. Many in our department never got sick at all. NOne of these theories holds water…. IMO

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    2. Daniel, my entire family got very sick in Feb 2020, before the whole scandemic fear mongering rolled out here in the US. I was more sick than I’ve ever been. I work from home, and wasn’t around high radiation areas, any more so than I normally am. I don’t go to doctors when I’m sick, at that time, I only used essential oils and salt baths. I was in bed for a week, it took me 4 weeks to get better, and during that week in bed there was a couple days I was in so much pain I almost wished for death. After this, my lungs felt weak for over a year until I discovered the nebulizer and nebulized with glutathione and nanosilver and backed up a bunch of phlegm I didn’t even know was down there. How do you explain that my entire family was sick at the same time, and that I was sicker than I’ve ever been. It felt like my body was being ravaged by something. I could literally feel it working it’s way around: first my sinuses, then my throat, then my lungs. Then my joints. There’s no way I imagined it. My symptoms matched exactly what the integrative care doctors later went on to describe as Covid symptoms. I’ve never been that sick since as I have armed myself with all of the recommended vitamins and a nébuliser – which dramatically helped. Ive had many flu-like episodes over my life – this was the worst I’ve ever experienced. We joked at the time that it was a super-flu before we really knew about Covid. I don’t know what Covid is – I’ve been wondering if it wasn’t a parasite, seeing as the anti-parasitic medicines are most effective at treating it.

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  14. Also, Linda, have you noticed long, thin greasy clouds criscrossing the sky where you live? Those are chemtrails, containing barium, strontium and aluminum. https://frankenskiesthemovie.com/

    The chemtrails were intense over NYC during late 2019 and early 2020. Every day, just covering the sky. Then in late 2020 and early 2021 they stopped and we had glorious blue skies. Now they are intermittent. These evil bastards are poisoning us from above.

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    1. I am aware of chem trails……
      Possibly “Covid-19” was dispersed in the atmosphere via aircraft or drones.
      someone out there knows.

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      1. Glyphosate concentrations building up all over the world, and graphene oxide, the plastic of the 21st century, used in everything, prominently in packaging, rapidly building background levels everywhere as well as those of other nano-particles. Add 5G (which in fact WAS being implemented in places in 2019, places such as Wuhan and northern Italy, other types of EFM and other radiation,… and you got a toxic soup which at some point was bound to exact punishment. Yet where are the excess deaths needed to call something a “pandemic”? We have an upward creep in industrial disease, that’s what we’re seeing.

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    2. Poisoning from chemtrails actually makes a lot of sense. We’d need to start documenting chemtrail spraying every day so we can match it up with the media fear mongering of the next variant coming our way.

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  15. When they say, “If someone does seek proper medical care but dies because of ineffective antivenom, it will be even harder to convince the next victim to seek out antivenom,” it reminds me of how they defend vaccines.

    They say if we let the public know the massive problems with “this one particular” shot, the public could lose faith in the whole vaccination program “so it wouldn’t be worth it, especially with all these antivaxxers [cf. antivenom-refusing villagers] inexplicably popping up.” But then when you dig into each vaccine you find the same line (or a similar excuse) is repeated by different specialists, each treating that one particular jab as a local problem that must be swept under the rug for the greater good.

    Hyperspecialization and punting to the paradigm create a nice little illusion chamber from which 99.9% of scientists never escape. What a simple and effective mind trap. Not to mention the funding and prestige traps as golden handcuffs in case they got any ideas. That’s why a handful of clear-thinking renegade scientists can so easily do better than the entire establishment.

    The medical excuse merry-go-round is a familiar image that pops up in every medical field once you’re attuned to the pattern. “Dry bite,” “wrong season,” “snake’s dirt must have neutralized the poison,” “woulda been even worse without the anti-venom” → “not enough virus to see,” “your immune system killed it,” “herpes virus hides in the nerve ganglia,” “it just has a really long incubation time,” “you didn’t get enough virus in you to make you sick,” “woulda been even worse without the vax/medicine/intubation,” etc.

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    1. I was thinking the exact same thing while researching antivenom. They have so many rescue devices waiting to cover-up for the complete failure of the treatment and the fact that those who go without it are just fine. As you pointed our, they have dry bites, the age/location of the snake, whether it used its venom previously, what it ate, etc. Then there are the factors relating to the bite victim such as their sex, age, weight, health status, etc. They can use any or all of these excuses to shift blame away from the treatment and to cover-up the lack of deaths surrounding snake bites without treatment.

      For “Covid” monoclonal antibodies, they can claim it was too early or too late after infection and/or what type of “variant.” They also have all of the other scapegoats relating to the patients age, health status, etc.

      It’s all one giant con.

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    2. Our high-functioning, universal human heritage was as clear-thinking ‘scientists.’ What we call ‘science’ today is nothing more than a formalized use of Reason. Reason is nothing more than the mature patterning function based on close, repeated observation of Cause and Effect taking place in the local ecology that we call Reality. Reason is what all high-functioning human societies founded their cultures on, and this faculty is merely a higher-order version of that which all other species employ in order to live; the worm worms because it learned from cause and effect that it should travel according to temperature gradients in the soil.

      Human establishmentarianism is the deviation from the human historical norm that the establishment calls renegade. Establishmentarianism never founds its culture on Reason because that would be self-defeating; it only uses Reason as a tool for controlling others. Otherwise it’s just stonewalling or a long list of excuses if your lucky.

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      1. Andreas, thank you I read the transcript just now. I’d only seen a brief clip of that interview Mullis gave around a kitchen table, dishing on Fauci. Mullis is obviously the genuine article. Truly human. Selling-out as a younger man eventually caught up with him. Like him I repeat the same thing: Reason is ultimately based on the tracked, cumulative input from our five senses. It’s that simple and, frankly, that obvious. The enhanced tracking ability came from the mastery of fire which much increased the bioavailability of all the macro- and micronutrients in the dynamic accumulators that are animal foods. Cooking nose-to-tail foods jacked-up the potentiality of metaconsciousness and, therefore, evolution itself.

        In 2002, Mullis did not appear to recognize the oceans as heat sinks. It was still early days back then I suppose. I wonder if that ever changed for him. I believe that Reason tells us quite plainly that exhuming and burning whole epochs of Life lived is, again, the mastering of fire but in a foolish way this time. CO2 as a greenhouse gas is I believe an infinitely repeatable result as based on the scientific method, no different that the predetermined effects of putting a bird in a bell jar and generating a vacuum.

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      2. Yes what they call “science” is a process most people do every day. In fact most people would never engage in as bad a reasoning process as virologists or many other “scientists” routinely rely on.

        At best the “age of science” is an ostensible commitment to reason as the only way to truth, but it’s long since deviated from any such ideal. As you say, “reason” (or rather, circuitous fallacious reasoning) is now only used by the establishment as a weapon.

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  16. Andreas, thank you I read the transcript just now. I’d only seen a brief clip of that interview Mullis gave around a kitchen table, dishing on Fauci. Mullis is obviously the genuine article. Truly human. Selling-out as a younger man eventually caught up with him. Like him I repeat the same thing: Reason is ultimately based on the tracked, cumulative input from our five senses. It’s that simple and, frankly, that obvious. The enhanced tracking ability came from the mastery of fire which much increased the bioavailability of all the macro- and micronutrients in the dynamic accumulators that are animal foods. Cooking nose-to-tail foods jacked-up the potentiality of metaconsciousness and, therefore, evolution itself.

    In 2002, Mullis did not appear to recognize the oceans as heat sinks. It was still early days back then I suppose. I wonder if that ever changed for him. I believe that Reason tells us quite plainly that exhuming and burning whole epochs of Life lived is, again, the mastering of fire but in a foolish way this time. CO2 as a greenhouse gas is I believe an infinitely repeatable result as based on the scientific method, no different that the predetermined effects of putting a bird in a bell jar and generating a vacuum.

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  17. (Thanks Mike!)

    To the comments regarding notable personal illnesses in the last couple years. These are a few things that I turn over in my head.

    Being downwind of oil refineries definitely seems to be an increased problem and especially so with those refineries that are processing fracked hydrocarbons. Someone is blogging about this that I saw recently but I forget the name. And as you guys probably know this was one of Zach Bush’s two central theses. The resulting underlying disease being hypoxia due to chemical poisoning. Depending on the dose the symptomology could range from Linda’s mild shortness of breath during initial exertion to Aubree’s intense detox. We also have to remember that detox thresholds are unique to each person, and they’re cumulative; as such, there’s no accounting for them, which creates the greyzone in which TPTB can operate.

    It stands to reason to me, at this point anyway, that satellite-generated 5G emissions — if not the ground-based ones — are a new and serious pollution even if you’re not in an area where the service has been rolled out. Who knows what directional capabilities these satellites have, or what they are doing, but the fact is that the route between the lungs and the industrial world is wide open at all times.

    As to the group dynamics of disease — if and how it is communicated, as it appears to be at times — unlike Tom Cowan I’m still very open to Zach Bush’s other central thesis of proteomic exogenous exosomes as the (or one of) structural way in which our intelligent bodies unconsciously communicate with each other about health matters.

    There’s a great deal more going on under the surface than our metaconsciousness often realizes. Pretty much all our metaconsciousness has to do is shovel food our face three times a day. I think adult peoples’ animal instincts can feel the onrushing collapse of industrial civilization whether or not their metaconsciousness chooses to acknowledge it or not. Denial has consequences.

    And along the lines of Cowan-approved conscious resonance, we are halfway through a sixth mass- extinction. At some point surely the (un)conscious reverberations from biodiversity collapse are going to hit a tipping point in all beings depending on their cumulative circumstances. This can also be expressed in terms of the aforementioned exogenous exosomal, evolutionary communication channel. Bottlenecks are based on more than food availability, and bottleneck dynamics surely have feedback loops.

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    1. Astute analysis. In a world where new chemical and physical stressors pop up in the thousands each year it would be more surprising if there were *not* new patterns of symptoms occurring in at least certain places at all times.

      Couple that with the widespread panicked presumption of “pandemic” and we have endless fuel for establishment propaganda to appear to have at least a grain of truth. Plus of course the side effects of the “treatments” (including simply popping more drugstore pills, and the alternative drug “treatments”) being blamed on the “new disease.” And the general lack of understanding of how the body cleans itself and why, even among many of those who see past virology.

      The curious fact that the CDC and NIH both say “Covid-19” is clinically indistinguishable from influenza stands in odd opposition to the widespread and shifting claims of ARDS / altitude sickness, “long covid,” kidney damage, blood clots, and everything under the sun. And of course the data manipulation and semantic games at every level.

      As with every broken paradigm, seeing the truth involves first identifying and neutralizing each of these layers of illusion before a proper analysis can even begin.

      To keep all these in mind at all times is a constant challenge even for those who have the broad rationality skills and experience to understand them all in the first place while also parrying the many false dissident claims, like “gain of function.”

      As to transmission, I think mucosal particles wouldn’t be a useful system for coordination of the timing of cleanings, because their spread is too unpredictable and indiscriminate. Coordination needs to be tribal, or else people end up synching their cleaning cycles with complete strangers. It must allow for mental action and perception to contribute. It probably also should comport with the general pattern of the contagions we know for sure exist: laughing, yawning, depression, general demeanor, probably obesity, and likely menstruation timing (unproven but seems too important for the body to time with complete obliviousness to other members of the tribe).

      The known contagions demonstrate that the body picks up on and uses sight data, sound data, smell data, and even general assessment of atmosphere to choose when to perform these highly beneficial but quite inconvenient deep cleanings.

      I also submit that many have found an uncanny pattern in everyday experience (as have I) wherein mere attitudes and imaginings are often enough to tip the internal decision-making scales toward or away from a flu or cold.

      If you feel down in the dumps and let your thoughts spiral toward images of depression (a mental cleaning opportunity), the body is happy to oblige – and anyone else around you who needs a mental deep cleaning/restructuring will tend to “catch” that depression for reasons that I think we all intuitively understand and probably have experienced to some degree.

      I don’t imagine physical cleaning programs run much differently, as in my experience simply deciding consciously to “try on for size” the notion that I may be coming down with something has been enough to induce a cold/flu if I was about due for one, and refusing to let my thoughts drift down that road has allowed me to delay these cleanings the same way in every marginal case.

      The body doesn’t want to screw up your life; it knows you may have important obligations in the next few days, so it listens to your emotions and visions for clues just as it should, and of course many of these emotion-laden imaginings are driven by our family and other “tribe” members (friends, lovers, classmates, colleagues, team members – if our emotional patterns are at all synched to them our deep-cleaning timings should be expected to be affected by them to the same degree, probably weighted by how intimate the body deems the relationship to be).

      The actual mechanism is probably something our sensory organs can pick up, and thus we can consciously induce imaginings of, such as the sight of a sick family member, the sound of them coughing or speaking with “flu tonality,” the images induced by the things they say, and the unique flu-ish (or pox-ish) smell they give off.

      Just reading this comment might be enough for some people (if so, enjoy your detox 😉 ー water, rest, and no food/drink or drugs is what I’d do every time to feel fantastic afterward; if now’s not a good time go watch some upbeat mind-bleach videos like Yoyoka Soma drumming to Stray Cats and keep imagining that you feel chipper and vivacious – at least do it for science!).

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      1. Clarifire, thank you for all that. And the Sheldon recommendation. Vaguely recall hearing of Natural Hygiene, somehow not yet come round to it. Just had a gander at the beginnings of “Orthotrophy” and it appears to be an exciting review of the fundamentals of life on the inside, and reminds me very much of Natasha Campbell-Mcbride, who has had the most influence on my dietary understanding. She’s a gifted systems thinker and if Sheldon hasn’t had a direct influence on her than surely he’s had an indirect one. She speaks more broadly than Sheldon does in the beginning of the nuts-and- bolts Orthography, at least, so he’ll be sure to be a great compliment to her; for example, she speaks in generalities of animal foods being building foods and plant foods being cleaning foods, and with regard to animal foods that like go with like. Respective organ meats best feed your respective organs because there are fewer losses in translation. If we see the reality that all beings are just energy bodies animated by spirit/consciousness then the insight that the durable *quality* of what we are comes from what we eat is made manifest. If we suffer an external trauma to our lungs steam-cleanings with marshmallow and elecampane may well be in order depending on the nature of the trauma, and eating lung (absorbing lung energy) most certainly would be an optimal choice at that time.

        “As to transmission, I think mucosal particles wouldn’t be a useful system for coordination of the timing of cleanings, because their spread is too unpredictable and indiscriminate. Coordination needs to be tribal, or else people end up synching their cleaning cycles with complete strangers. It must allow for mental action and perception to contribute. It probably also should comport with the general pattern of the contagions we know for sure exist: laughing, yawning, depression, general demeanor, probably obesity, and likely menstruation timing (unproven but seems too important for the body to time with complete obliviousness to other members of the tribe).”

        I don’t see evolutionary proteomics (exosomal, inter-organism messaging) as “coordination” as such. Each organism has the free will to do as it sees fit and if proteomically-induced coordination does occur it is only because all life is interdependent and therefore amenable to being influenced by true information that is disseminated by other beings. Which is why viroliegy is so damaging to natural law, because it demonizes natural law in such a way as to effectively remove free will from the psychologies of its denizens.

        I see the factual aligning of ovulation cycles as the reason for menstrual alignment. Because human females have hidden oestrus (on the conscious level), humanity, which is a band-level species under natural law, over many generations selected for synchronized ovulation because the alternative resulted in both genetic and social instability. The combination of hidden oestrus and the alpha-male phenomenon led, under natural law, to too much line-breeding. Contrary to all conventional wisdom around contemporary human breeding dynamics, this was a female-driven dynamic whereby women in oestrus would naturally select for quality. But as we can imagine this led to social instability so any society that did not institute cultural safeguards against line-breeding were deselected-for over time. But cultural safeguards can only go so far before they themselves become problematic and, therefore, over a longer period of time our intelligent bodies (through proteomics? conscious resonance? is there really a difference?) solved the problem and aligned female ovulation cycles in the name of ontological fairness, diversity, and stability.

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      2. Very interesting point about hidden cycles and alpha males.

        I’ve learned a lot from both Herbert Shelton and Natasha Campbell-McBride (and quite a few others), despite their being in entirely different dietary schools. In the traditional and paleo schools there is usually no mention of the great raw vegan or natural hygienists, and vice versa, which is a shame because every school has crucial pieces to add to the picture, and each school tends to have biases away from the other schools, many of which are unwarranted. I’ve tried eating according to all the major schools and I’ve seen the benefits of each.

        Oddly, even fasting tends to differ among the schools, as there are active and passive types. I would say that Shelton described and practiced the most powerful form of fasting, and nailed down the theory with a depth and thoroughness not matched since way back then.

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    2. Reante, this is a brilliant summary. I agree completely and struggle to articulate it so succinctly. Great job! The exogenous exosome theory seems like the best explanation for all the evidence. It accounts for all the most credible evidence for “viruses’ and doesn’t seem to violate the terrain theory. It could also account for “shedding” that even some virus skeptics seem to accept. I also believe our bodies are actually big crystals that resonate. That could be another way we communicate with others that it’s time to detox, get scared or be happy. The guy at Spacebusters has some great videos along these lines. https://www.bitchute.com/channel/MKanl25dSUxl/

      I like Zac Bush until he goes into the New Age cosmic realm. He says “The Universe accepts everyone just as they are.” To me that sounds like salvation just for being alive. I think salvation is earned. Jesus Christ provides redemption to all who believe and accept his example. Imagine what the world would be like if we all lived like Him!

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      1. Thanks for the enthusiasm, daniel, really appreciate that! 🙂 Regarding the corporeal crystal, yes, when Cowan, for example, talks about our cells being water-based gels he is saying the same thing since structured water is a crystalline structure. Eukaryotic consciousness/spirit — the electromagnetic symbiont that comes alongside it’s thermodynamic symbiont — requires a crystalline formation of thermodynamic energy in order to volumetrically animate/signal the organic being.

        Indeed, regarding the shedding controversy.

        And I agree with you about Zach. As the earnest, big-hearted man that he is i think he’s the genuine article, and a scientific savant, but he is definitely a guy that the Machine is undoubtedly intent on co-opting because of his New Age proclivities which are a perfect fit for what I call the coming National Socialist order. He simply thinks too Big and therein lies the danger.

        While I don’t myself believe in salvation, as such, I do believe in the reason-based (truth-based) earning of one’s way through life under natural law., and I suppose that, in this current ‘prison planet’ civilizational paradigm, earning your way through life as best as you can under natural law represents a saving grace from the absolute spiritual capitulation that comes from not doing so. But ultimately I believe the “Fall” is a cultural problem and not an intrinsic one as Christianity would have it.

        I’ll check out that link.

        Cheers!

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  18. Wow! Mike, I read most of this piece in Truth Comes to Light and then came over here to follow the comment thread and it has blessed me to read the logic and level headedness with which you write and your followers comment.

    I only recently (1 1/2 yrs. ago) said good-bye to germ theory and yet it is still difficult to think that way even though I’m on board. I’m 61, so a lifetime of thinking in terms of contagions is difficult to let go. Your writing and the comments of your followers help to cement the terrain theory.

    Like Aubree, I too became more ill than I’ve ever been in my life. It was Jan. 2022. I as so glad I knew all I knew to that point – it kept me from playing the testing game and it kept me from going to the ER. Even still, it is an extremely difficult month or more.

    I could rationalize the illness could have been caused by toxins my body was detoxing from given in Nov. 2021 from varicose vein closure procedures (the pain was so bad I felt I had no choice); having recently been in a large city over the holidays so much more EMF exposure and I already know I’m sensitive; past toxic exposure; past traumas both emotional and physical; nutritional deficiencies, etc.

    When you are laying there with a low grade fever, more abdominal pain (whole abdomen upper and lower) than you can imagine people could have (even my skin hurt to touch it eventually), nausea, vomiting, total exhaustion and inability to sleep from the pain, chills, at rest heart rate of over 100 when normal is 60-65, etc. the temptation and urging of friends and family to head to the ER was weighty. But I knew they’d kill me there!

    At home at least I felt I had a fighting chance. My fellow terrain theory friends cheered me on. On two days I wasn’t sure I’d come out ok…not afraid of death (resting in the arms of my Lord Jesus would have been great) only afraid of the process if my body just couldn’t handle whatever I was detoxing from.

    I’m not saying I was fearful of dying – I was amazingly calm throughout the time and very conscious of caring for myself via a few supplements and the most nutrient dense foods I could keep down – mostly homemade bone broth and cooked fruit and all the rest I could achieve. It took me weeks to recover and I’m still not sure I’m 100% but I’m about 90% for sure. Patience with the process was my motto.

    Mike, I heard you on an interview say you are from Iowa. So, from an Iowan in the SE corner of the state comes a hearty thank you for all your labors to help us understand and be encouraged – whether it is this current issue of the snake venom or any of the other issues you’ve covered. Good work!

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    1. Thanks you for the kind words and support and for sharing your story! I was unusually sick in December 2020 before this all started. I had been caring for my son who was also sick a few days before I became ill. I had felt symptoms coming on for a week with extremely dry/sore eyes and head pressure and I knew after worrying about and caring for my son for two days, it was a matter of time before it hit me fully. A day before Christmas it hit while I was up at night checking on my son. I got so dizzy I fainted and hit the ground. I was covered in sweat and felt like I couldn’t move a muscle. It was unlike anything I had experienced. Like you, I knew it was no “virus.” This was a few weeks before “Covid” was even a thought here in the US and a full 3 months before it supposedly hit us in IA. I rested the next day and was completely fine afterwards.

      It takes a lot of courage not to fall back into the pharmaceutical trap. I commend you for sticking to your beliefs and staying away from the medical mafia. I have seen firsthand how quickly they can destroy a life. It is great that you had a group that helped you through it. Hopefully you can find some like-minded friends and support here as well!

      I am happy to hear that you find this site beneficial and I really love and appreciate the comments from others. Everyone comes at this with their own unique insights and I find myself learning as well from their comments. From here in central IA, I want to thank you for reaching out. 😁

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    2. Sharon, what a beautiful story. Thank you for sharing it with all of us. It seems God and Jesus were not ready for you yet! They gave you the wisdom and strength of your conviction (and faith) to stay away from the white coats and their poisons. I wish there was a place that collected all the stories like yours. There must be hundreds of thousands of people that are alive today because they made the choice to stay out of the hospital. The churches are probably the best place to find stories of real healing. Doctors will no doubt rationalize your recovery with all sorts of “ifs”, “ands” and “buts”. They accept that the mind and spirit can heal because every one of their studies has a placebo control, but at the same time they deny spirit can heal. That’s rank hypocrisy. One day this “modern” medicine system will be seen as more irrational, dogmatic and deadly than anything our ancestors ever believed and practiced. That day is drawing near. Rejoice!

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    3. Next steps after learning terrain theory and diet/exercise/sun in my opinion is to learn fasting.

      Varicose veins and the rest are things the body can heal fairly quickly and easily when no demands are made on it at all (including digestion). I wholeheartedly recommend Herbert Shelton’s book The Hygienic System Vol. III: Fasting and Sunbathing to really understand what the body can do given the chance.

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      1. Clarifire, prior to the declared pandemic I was very much into fasting. In two yrs. I’d done 5 five day water only fasts and multiple 24 hr fasts and was intermittent fasting most the time. I also got outdoors in the sun often including nearly daily sunrise walks. I also use some light therapy panels to supplement.

        Sadly, the events we faced drew me in through fear and I believed the lies for the first 10 months of the now 2+ yr. event. I caved to so much emotional eating and gained back the wt. I’d lost and regressed in my health. Emotional eating has been my companion since age 8 when childhood trauma set it. I also sustained an injury to one leg at age 14 that has exacerbated the vein issue. It is my goal NOT to repeat the vein procedure path but I’m not sure what that looks like yet.

        I had an article published by Truth Comes to Life about how I transitioned from believing the lies to the truth. In that process I was also introduced to germ vs terrain theory and have embraced it, even though the brain and emotions waffle at times.

        Thank you for your encouragement! The first three articles in this search were published to encourage others on this journey of transition from lies and fear to truth and life! https://truthcomestolight.com/?s=Sharon+James

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      2. Just looked up some work on fasting by Herbert Shelton. Will read to encourage me to get back into fasting. Thanks again for the encouragement.

        I’m currently caring for a couple of our pastor’s children while their parents are away for a conference. It is one of those times when I am allowing myself to grow in my “faith” and understanding of the terrain theory. They are both ill with colds. Wiped my share of running noses, been sneezed on and changed a diaper and wiped bottoms, etc. Normally, I’d either have avoided all that by saying no or been worried I was going to be ill next. Not happening. Our daughter and her two kids travel in on Sat. – the day after these two leave and I won’t be ill for that visit. Sipping bone broth…getting out in the sunshine today – now that it is finally shining again!

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      3. Here is an excerpt from my book about Central Park that includes a chapter on the natural springs that occur in the Park. Despite its widespread popularity in the late 19th century, fasting was successfully memory-holed by Rockefeller medicine. It would be interesting to document all the ways they attacked fasting early in the 20th century.

        “Tanner’s Spring is named for Dr. Henry Samuel Tanner (1838–1931), an English-born, Minneapolis physician and proponent of hygienic medicine and therapeutic fasting. When his claims of a successful prolonged fast were doubted, Tanner proposed a public demonstration under the supervision of establishment medical professionals. He rented Clarendon Hall on East 13th Street in Manhattan and for forty days his every utterance, movement and hiccup was reported hourly by the credulous and mocking international press. By the tenth day, as the New York Times was predicting his imminent death, he acquiesced to drink water and for the remainder of his fast, made regular trips up to Central Park to fetch water from the spring that would later bear his name. The orthodox medical community of the day was scandalized, proclaiming that he would never last the promised forty days and if he did make it that long, his stomach would be so degraded that he would be unable to eat or drink again. At midnight on the final day, thousands of curious spectators paid fifty cents to watch Dr. Tanner consume a glass of milk, watermelon and steak. Henry Tanner lived to be almost ninety, probably outliving the many doctors who ridiculed his practice.”

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  19. Hello, I am an MSc graduate in Bioinformatic and Biostatistics and I would like to know exactly what sequences (proteins or DNA) are used for concluding a relation between snake venom and SARS-CoV-2. I’ve had a lot of practice searching for NA and AA sequences and I searched homology and similarities between those two snakes and SARS-CoV-2 and I can’t find any positive results, that is, there is not homology and there is not similarity between snakes, snake venom and SARS-CoV-2. If you want to know something about bioinformatics and searching, I can send you a link to a Manuscript about this. Thank you.

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  20. Clarifire, I didn’t realize Natural Hygiene was a vegan diet. I have a big grudge against veganism. Did a solid job of it (not raw) for the better part of a decade. I believe it’s fair to say it messed me up pretty good. I was a wiry, high-level athlete, and I generally couldn’t get through a night without waking up to eat. I believe it’s biologically incontrovertible that nutrients dynamically accumulate as we move up the food chain, and there are no naturally occurring examples of mammalian veganism on planet earth. The true cultural anthropologists (as opposed to fakes like David Graeber) have in my mind firmly established the argument that cooking animal foods (not including dairy) is what enabled homo to make the great leaps forward that it has, and that body of work aligns with what Natasha prescribes with her emphasis on stewing for digestibility. There is nothing that gets me onto a higher ground than a quart of home bone broth from one of our own here on the grass farm.

    One thing I really do need to focus on more is not mixing foods together so much.

    Do you see any blind spots in Natasha’s thinking? What diet have you settled on?

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    1. What are called “vegan” diets are generally horrific and have ruined the health of many, including one of my best friends (healing his early cancer taught me a lot of what I know), but raw vegan is completely different. It seems very few people know or understand it. It’s a tropical diet so it doesn’t work as well for people in temperate climates unless they do a ton of exercise and get a whole lot of sun. Shelton’s diet was more varied, and I’m not sure exactly what it was because I’ve mainly read him on fasting.

      My own diet is mostly juicy fruit and some raw organ meats and raw eggs of the highest quality I can find. Sometimes lettuce. I’ve tried pretty much all the major diets and settled on this as it performs at 10/10 in every factor. Bonobo diet, essentially.

      Anyway, Shelton on fasting doesn’t really talk about diet, other than water. Fasting is an easier subject to analyze than diet, yet very few understand it.

      I think his understanding of symptomology and fasting provide an indispensable framework for reaching 100% certitude on the issue of pathogens and illness. Without understanding how the body behaves during a fast and why, people have lingering questions about things like flus and poxes, questions that don’t fully go away no matter how much they’re convinced there’s no science in virology.

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    2. The problem with trying to explain the pros and cons of each diet school anymore is that a whole bunch of paradigmatic lore has been built up around each school, much of it questionable and somewhat circular. Each school has its own version of the teeth and digestive tract charts, for example. I would just encourage keeping thoughtful adherents of every school on one’s radar and try not to get dogmatic even after major successes, because the ceiling for excellence in diet is very, very high.

      As long as you’re aware of what the best in each school say, their whole paradigm and the arguments they present on all the key points of contention, and then look at oblique things like what level of symptoms are talked about or aren’t talked about, their life experiences in general, then you can see past the spin and make the very best choices for your particular location and lifestyle.

      Some youtube channels I’d recommend for hearing various arguments, diets, and experiences on diets:

      – The Natural Human Diet (raw primal)
      – Loren Lockman (fasting, strict raw vegan)
      – Eli Martyr (less strict raw vegan)

      and the rest you know probably enough from Natasha and Sally and the rest. WAPF is good if you want civilizational diets with maximal mitigation. You will be find bald fallacies and strawmen in every school and in each of those Youtube channels, but also new ideas that shed additional light that is hard to find elsewhere.

      I will say, much more important than the plant vs. animal decision for me has been raw vs. cooked (and of course the quality of the product). I will also say a raw meat/organs/eggs/fish diet is probably the least finicky to figure out, assuming you have a good source, whereas juicy fruit takes some trial and error at first if outside the tropics.

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      1. Thanks very much for your thoughts on diet. Awesome life experience you have. I will get ahold of Shelton’s Vol 3 on fasting. Always avoided fasting like the plague being wiry and active. Do take a break for 12hrs/day. Got out of laying hens because didn’t want to do the training thing, even sprouted. Will get back on the egg train once we get a black soldier fly larvae operation going. One of my favorite insights from Natasha is the SCFA insight that we can get as much as 20pc of our calories from leafy greens and lettuces seem the best way to go about that so we do focus on those more heavily.

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      2. One thing you’ll find in the fasting approaches of Shelton and especially Lockman (who have probably fasted like 40,000 people for an average of 3 weeks each, combined, so they know a few things about the process and results) is that underweight people tend to gain weight after a fast. The body gets more efficient so has more leeway to maintain extra weight (muscle or fat, depending on what is needed and diet). The only people they wouldn’t fast for multiple weeks are true skin-and-bones anorexics.

        16 hours is probably a good daily I.F. to aim for for some decent daily detox, but maybe see Dan Pompa’s True Cellular Healing channel (videos from a few years back) for some on short fasts like that. He did an interview with Campbell-McBride, as well as many others.

        Growing your own food I’m sure you won’t go too far wrong, so anything you try from here should be easier in terms of the trial-and-error process.

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      3. Thanks for the encouragement and additional reference. The next six months are the most strenuous time of year so I’ll look to Pompa in the short term for IF and short fasts.

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  21. daniel, in furtherance of exogenous exosomes (proteomics) being the fundamental ‘material’ aspect of the horizontal/lateral gene transfer (and I believe HGT to be effectively 100pc of ‘material’ evolution and the reproductive, vertical transference of genes to be a ‘mere’ transposing), I came to the working conclusion that traditional vaxxxes, to the extent that they can be said to suppress symptomologies, are merely a guilt-by-association parlor trick. I know nothing about the vaxxx industry but my patterning function has told me that all that they must be doing in the lab is, through an exhaustive process of elimination, matching up classes of exosomes with symptomologies, and when they’ve found a solid match they synthetically grow those exosomes for the delivery system and package them with poison adjuvants so as to force the guileless, intelligent body to associate these specific health-related messages with trauma, thereby suppressing future production of the exosome and, therefore, that symptomology. If the endogenous exosomes are suppressed then they also cannot participate as the exogenous dynamic within the HGT dynamic that is Living Evolution.

    In retrospect it seems obvious but I haven’t come across anyone talking about this mechanism of action before. Can anyone tell me I’m barking up the wrong tree. Miguel, do you know the nature of what it is they do to manufacture ‘attenuated virus’ vaxxxes?

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    1. I don’t think the body can be fooled by the vaccinologists’ simple adjuvant tricks, but rather – like mercury that was used for millennia to suppress symptoms – if you poison the body in a certain way it will interfere with certain patterns of detox.

      Yet more likely it is not even that sophisticated; is there even evidence that vaccines have any detox-delay or prevention effect other than would be expected from any poisoning? The data manipulation and semantic games that create the illusion that vaccines help seem perfectly sufficient.

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      1. But there’s only one basic way they poison people with vaccines isn’t there?

        And yeah I don’t mean to understate the semantics and manipulation (polio is a good example) but what about, say, measles. Isn’t that symptomology less prevalent yet retinol deficiencies (simplification) in rapidly growing children are presumably worse than they’ve ever been.

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      2. There’s mercury, aluminum, the other additives, and now lipid nanoparticles. But probably it’s the same as with the introduction of vaccines, where they only introduce the vax as the disease has almost faded out. (And then redefine it, change reporting rules, etc. for good measure.)

        I think may things could convince the body to avoid measles detox, such as increased use of antibiotics or total number of vaxes.

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  22. “if you poison the body in a certain way it will interfere with certain patterns of detox.”

    can you shed more light on this? Seems to me the only way they could interfere with a detox pattern is to supercede it with a worse toxic insult so that the body has to go into triage mode.

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    1. All you have to do to convince the body to stop a detox process is to introduce something that heavily interferes with one of the main channels, organs, hormones, nutrients, or governing systems that is involved.

      For example, fever reducers can stop influenza detoxes. The psychological effect can also do that (placebo effect, because the body anticipates getting messed with and aborts mission).

      I’m not sure why mercury and aluminum were so preferred as adjuvants, but maybe because they bioaccumulate and cause continual nerve irritation, which I think could delay detox for a long time. Even long enough that it switches to autoimmune or cancer (or more like a shingles pattern or herpes). Mercury was seen as an amazing cure all for hundreds of years for many diseases, such as syphilis, even as one of the most toxic substances in the natural world.

      This dynamic is doubly apparent when fasting, because when fasting you are doing the opposite: creating more leeway for the body instead of reducing its options.

      After a few days of rested fasting, symptoms will usually start. Nothing magic about it, just the body is unburdened with digestion, exercise, and thought demands so it can divert all resources to cleaning and repairing itself. However, in this, you can turn off the symptoms easily by starting to eat and/or move around again. As you see this dynamic play out the way disease works starts to make a lot more sense.

      Every bit of optionality you remove from the body makes it less likely to express certain symptoms and every bit of optionality you add makes it more likely to. (The body uses the same Bayesian reason made famous in the “Lindy effect” to time things, so the increased optionality usually has to last for a few days before it will act, but decreased optionality can be damaging when in mid-process so it tends to shut down or slow down operations quickly if eating, drugging, moving, etc.)

      This is why children are very symptom expressive but old people can have no mucous, no overt symptoms, but just keel over and die one day. Their body can run out of options to such an extent that even symptoms are too much to ask of it. If such old people fast they will find a huge increase in symptoms.

      Similarly, new smokers cough a lot but experienced smokers don’t, as the body gives up on the assault once it becomes a losing game, instead accumulating toxins and damage until a later day when it has more leeway to deal with them undisturbed. It will eventually use tumors to sequester the accumulated toxins away from vital tissue until it has the resources and free time to detox them. It’s all just the body being smart.

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      1. I’ve been regarding symptom suppression and declining health as the kicking of the can of disease down the road to greater, more systemic consequence.

        Thanks for your time this morning, Clarifire!

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      2. Yes, that’s exactly what happens. Vaccines and fever reducers are a great scourge on the planet, not to mention all the other pharma drugs for chronic disease.

        Thank you for the interesting discussion. I feel some visual models (visual metaphors?) of some of these dynamics are in order.

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  23. Is measles just a detox, though? Am I making too much of the obvious link between measles and retinol deficiency? I had formulated the idea that measles was a dual-function symptomology directly related to chronic skin malnutrition from the high vit A requirements of the largest organ during rapid childhood growth, causing distributed, epithelial mass apoptosis requiring (visible) detoxing, with the pustules being both the detox and serving the clear signaling function to the adults that the children aren’t getting enough organ meats, mainly liver.

    But you’re right of course, antibiotics would certainly do the trick. And detoxing from a slew of vaccines taking precedence. Hm.

    Thanks again.

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    1. For poxes like measles, one thing that strikes me is the smell of the pustules. Almost chemically. Anyway, the smoking gun I was looking for is that people with a history of such diseases in childhood have much lower (up to 4x lower) rates of asthma, “autoimmune” diseases, and cancer. There are some mainstream studies to this effect. What’s missing in a toxicology assay of the pustules, a curious hole in “the science.”

      Also, I’m pretty convinced herpes is a nerve/brain detox because of its patterns, and also presents as pox-like pustules. The skin is a great organ of detoxification.

      Saying it’s a detox doesn’t mean a deficiency couldn’t be a main cause. For example lack of sunlight (“D”) and so-called “vitamin C” (really a complex of many substances) reduce rates of detoxification, which results in toxin accumulation. Same with magnesium and glutathione. We can say deficiencies are toxifying, in general, because anything that reduces optionality requires complicated workarounds and compensations.

      Think how hard things get when you’re playing Tetris and the well is nearly full. Compensations for compensations. The body is a masterful puzzle solver, but eventually the path of life becomes too circuitous if not allowed to slow down the action a bit and reorganize some stuff.

      Perhaps better than thinking of toxemia, deficiency, damage, and other stressors as the necessitators of disease, and the cleaning and repair the actions the body takes, we may generalize effectively by saying the following.

      “The body attempts to regain long-term optionality/freedom whenever it has lost any due to unnatural living or injury. It does this by creating symptoms (including “inflammation” and restructuring of vital organs) whenever it estimates it will be relatively safe to do so, which is when it has relatively more optionality in the short term (reaching its greatest level of comfort about 10 days into a rested fast, which is why second ten days of a rested fast are much more intense and productive). The more urgent the more aggressive it may become, but if it keeps getting thwarted in its plans (via drugs, or unrelenting digestion or activity demands) it will eventually become more cautious, more symptom suppressive.”

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