WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS FROM groundzeromedia.org
One of the age old arguments that fuels most conspiracy talk is that science and religion are both wrong in some respects. The reason is that everyone argues over religion and science based on his or her own beliefs. Inconvenient data is often ignored, suppressed, discredited or explained in some pre-digested sound bite that is often forgotten.
People who claim that they have awakened or have seen the light are very much aware that all things are in an intermediate state between extremes. In the fundamental sense the extremes are birth and death. All that is in between is intermediate. You can divide it all up and break it all down into an eternal state of extremes and realize that everything that you believe and read is what is fashionable for the time and not necessarily the truth.
However, that does not mean that buried in all of it isn’t a little pinch of reality.
What is reality anyway? Can it be questioned? Yes, of course it can and that is the fundamental building block for scientific inquiry.
Scientific inquiry is a process of developing an explanation of a question in the natural world (or universe) by testing, investigating and collecting data that will either support or refute your original idea of what’s going on.
Of course, many of us take for granted that science gives us facts, and so we do not question the programming of those so called “facts.”
However, a healthy mind willing to question doesn’t mind getting into all of the messy scientific methods to prove the facts for themselves the process of testing ideas by collecting evidence.
Unfortunately, those who wish to disassemble the scientific explanations already provided by some nebulous authorities are now being frowned upon and are now being called anti-science.
The very scientific method used to question data provided by scientists is now being called anti-science, a label that should have every one of us worried.
There are some people who see themselves as critical thinkers. They question some of the data that is being presented as “true” data by some nebulous body that are faceless scientists that give us their hypothesis on many of the most pressing matters that face us today, especially when they give us their doom models, and potential body counts with COVID-19.
Even though we are vigilant in trying to stop the spread of the disease, what is most unfortunate is that even though it has been reported that we have flattened the curve – the technocrats now say that it is not enough.
They have moved the goal post from flattening to decline.
While the country as a whole has successfully flattened the curve, it has yet to show the extended period of decline necessary to declare ourselves out of the woods — a “squashing” of the curve. The same applies to most states. While a small number have sustained a long squashing period, most are still rising and falling day by day.
They want us all to wait it out unto a vaccine is found. In the meantime, the first scary part our ordeal is over but there are those who are still willing to talk about things like relapse, continued social distancing and the idea that it will be with us forever. The flu and many other diseases have been with us forever, and they cause death but we have not stopped down or shut down normal life over it.
It is not wise for scientists to keep telling people they are going to die when there are positive things happening. It is not wise to continue to push models that are not real time as if they are to discourage people into thinking that things will be normal.
This is a psy-op and it will result in many people giving up and dying from despair and losing their will to live.
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Before science fiction author Michael Crichton died, he was ostracized for a speech that he gave on the subject of Complexity Theory and Environmental management. Michael criticized environmental groups for failing to incorporate complexity theory in their doom mongering projections of the effects of global warming. Crichton boldly chastised those who inflated projected cataclysm from global warming and encouraged them to factor in the possibility that a complex system such as the ecosystem can and will be resilient.
Crichton said that the psychological impact of fearing any predicted cataclysmic event can be far worse than the event itself. What got Crichton into trouble was his assessment of “Global Warming Fear Mongering.” He stated, “Authoritatively telling people they are going to die can in itself be fatal.”
Junk science and doomsayer fear mongering has thrown out the aspects of complexity theory and its effects on the environment and even diseases and catastrophes.
No one even brings up the idea of resilience of systems and how healing processes and even antidotes show promise and that the human body is surprisingly resilient even when it faces its own mortality.
It is all in how the information we get is framed – it is all about context – it is delivered with an agenda and even though you are doing the right thing by being prudent and ethical there comes a point where you have to stop and ask yourself why people are reacting the way they do to the news.
When we hear of all of the special words and Orwellian speak with regard to COVID-19 there are a few words that seem to be overused “Uncertain times” “Unprecedented” and sometimes but not often “Biblical in Scope.”
In 1928, W.I. Thomas came up with a very interesting theory. He said that “If men define situations as real, they are real in their consequences.” This is what has eventually become known as Thomas Theorem.
His idea was that an interpretation of a situation causes the action. This interpretation is not objective. Actions are affected by subjective perceptions of situations. Whether there even is an objectively correct interpretation is not important for the purposes of helping guide individuals’ behavior.
If we are told, we live in uncertain times – then we most certainly we will second guess our decisions.
If we are told that things are “unprecedented’ we are to assume that our situation has not happened before.
Calling something “biblical” is the big one in my opinion because then you start thinking about prophecy, punishment and God’s wrath and whether or not it still exists like it did in the old testament.
What it all boils down to is who delivers these magic words and how things are framed.
Therefore, all prophecies, events and fulfillments must be declared fulfilled by an authority that most people can agree is objective. This also in my opinion means that we will never know a true fulfillment of prophecy. We will never be able to get an honest disclosure.
There will always be the smirk and smug skeptic who will rule out anything that might even fulfill prophecy, declare a supernatural moment as valid and develop a faith based movement through time that allows for probabilities to manifest. There are things that people think and believe are in existence, but only because they have faith that it is true.
Now if one has experienced an unexplainable event and they have no evidence of the strange event happening to them, does this mean it never happened to them? Is there a time where we can explain to people that absence of proof is not necessarily proof of absence?
I have had a lot of listeners asking question about how COVID-19 seems to be a biblical punishment after I had commented about the scourge of cacodemons that are released during plagues.
A listener called in to talk about Nergal, a lesser known Assyrian demon that many scholars have said had something to do with the 10 plagues of Egypt. In the late Babylonian astral-theological system Nergal is related to the planet Mars. As a fiery god of destruction and war, Nergal doubtless seemed an appropriate choice for the red planet, and he was equated by the Greeks to the war-god Aries. Nergal was depicted early on as either a rooster or a lion headed demon – but eventually was depicted as another bull horned demon.
Again this demon or destroyer brings the image of the Exodus into the present as Aries is the Zodiac sign of the first born, which died in the 10th plague of Egypt.
We have left Aries and are now in the sign of Taurus the Bull. Nergal and Taurus are in the image of the “bucranium” in the midst of the fire and smoke. The “bucranium” was an ancient symbol of the “beast.” The “beast” of course was a “horned god” associated with “Zeus,” “Aries” and “Taurus.”
The Pleiades, is a seven-star cluster being part of the constellation of Taurus, the bull. The bull has always been symbolic of Baal, Baalim or Baalzebub. These deities were forbidden in both Old and New Testaments as objects of worship and identified as Satanic in nature and accompanied by plagues and death.
Two of the horned icons of the zodiac are Taurus and Aries. It has been known throughout history that in the times of Taurus and Aries there is incredible loss of life and bloodshed. This can be recorded from the times of the Hebrew Passover, to the crucifixion to contemporary history.
It was in this time the 10 plagues of Egypt were released and it is perhaps important in this time to point out that we are certainly witnessing a repeat performance on this planet – one that we can safely say is biblical in scope.
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If you read the Book of Exodus you may see some strange parallels to what is happening and unless someone takes the time to point this out – it can be lost in all of the projected death counts and urges to separate and hide from the destroyer virus.
The first plague was water turning into blood.
Hong Kong has seen 29 days with red tide sightings in the first three months of the year, more than any year in the same period over the last decade.
While formations of algal blooms are indeed completely natural, scientists believe their frequency and persistence are anything but. Red tides are associated with the Pacific Northwest of where you have upwelling conditions that provide the nutrients to cause red tides. However, the frequency of waters turning to blood in other areas is an alarming trend.
Then, plagues Number 2 to Number 4 were frogs, lice and flies with locusts eventually arriving as plague No 8.
While an attack of frogs is something of the Old Testament – the fact that frogs are dying off is equally alarming, they are now listed among the 100 most endangered species on earth.
Before the Coronavirus took over the news cycle it was reported that lice, and flies were spreading Typhoid in Los Angeles. These fleas, lice, and flies have reportedly been spread by rats and other vermin and the feces they leave behind.
Locusts certainly have been a major problem as we have watched gruesome footage of billions of locusts sweeping across East Africa, into Pakistan and India, with fears they may invade 60 countries and 20 per cent of the world’s land surface.
China’s Forestry Ministry is on high alert, where they say locusts already destroy an estimated 10 million hectares of crops every year.
Plague number 5 was pestilence of livestock: This was one of the reasons why I wanted to talk about this topic of the parallels of the plagues in the first place.
Today we have hundreds of millions of pigs culled in China, victims of African swine flu, and billions of farmed shrimp succumbing to Decapod iridescent virus 1, or DIV1, across 11 Chinese provinces, on top of the almost annual cull of chickens downed by avian flu.
A nationwide meat shortage is poised to worsen next month, supermarket executives warn because of our breaks of COVID-19 at meat packing plants in The United States.
Supplies of steaks, chicken breasts, pork chops and cold cuts are expected to further dwindle in the coming weeks, as the full force of coronavirus-driven plant closures and slowdowns across the country hits the meat counters.
Plague number 6 was rashes boils and inflammation.
Three U.S. children infected with the coronavirus are being treated for a rare inflammatory syndrome that appears similar to one that has raised concerns by doctors in Britain, Italy and Spain.
It appears on the skin as welts, hives and boils, some say it looks like shingles or chicken pox.
The illness appears to be similar to Kawasaki disease which causes blood vessels to become inflamed, and toxic shock syndrome – an overreaction by the immune system which causes the body to attack its own organs.
The syndrome is likely caused by an overreaction of the body’s immune system and noted similar symptoms had been seen in some adults infected with the coronavirus.
Two-year-old Bertie Brown, a British boy, left doctors baffled when his temperature soared over 104F and his blotchy rash began to turn black. The child looked like he had buboes or black boils like what was seen with Black Plague cases.
A senior consultant eventually diagnosed the boy with the rare Kawasaki disease but he not given a COVID-19 test, leaving both medics and his family in the dark about a possible link.
Plague 7 was thunderstorms of hail and fire: Our planet has shown just how violent it can get as we have seen violent weather across the United states, a huge fire in Australia and massive fire near Chernobyl that has sent radioactive ash and smoke all over Europe. A severe thunderstorm with strong wind gusts and softball size hail hammered Del Rio, Texas recently.
Neighbors throughout the city reported large hailstones, ranging from quarter size to golf ball and even softball size in their properties.
Residents throughout the city, including the north side, east side and the downtown area reported extensive damages to their vehicles.
Some areas reported hailstones the size of avocados.
After locusts in plague 8, the ninth plague feels familiar: “…total darkness covered all the land of Egypt for three days. No one could see anyone else, and for three days’ no one left his place.”
We have not literally experienced three days of literal darkness but we have reached a dark time in our history where for over 40 days we have been told not to leave our homes or participate in social activity.
We are now learning that it is the darkness that prolongs COVID-19 and that direct sunlight kills the virus – but how can we get sunlight if we are restricted from our homes?
The 10th plague is yet to come and that is the death of the first born. Which can easily be achieved with the scarcity proposals and reality of starvation that will plague the planet in the coming months for some areas of the world.
The fourth annual Global Report on Food Crises highlights Yemen, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Afghanistan, Venezuela, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, Nigeria and Haiti as being hot spots for global starvation.
In South Sudan, 61% of the population was affected by food crisis last year, the report says.
Even before the pandemic hit, parts of East Africa and South Asia were already facing severe food shortages caused by drought and the worst locust infestations for decades. Immense strain has been put on the world’s food supply systems, and the potential for tragic food scarcity remains, even though several years of good harvests worldwide have lifted food stocks to healthy levels.
Restrictions on cross-border movement of people as far afield as the United States and Germany have slashed the supply of migrant farm labor worldwide, raising the danger of healthy crops not being harvested.
The lockdowns which have sabotaged restaurants and food manufacturing businesses, and forced families to eat at home, have also left food supply chains in chaos.
Supermarkets are struggling to get supplies of family-sized food packages for diners at home, while the large-scale demand that usually comes from food factories and restaurants has withered.
Such mismatches along the food chain are forcing farmers to destroy rotting crops.
Will there be a time where we will turn on each other for that small crust of bread while the elite live their lavish lifestyles making money off the weak and the sick?
It is like some sick and twisted “Hunger Games” scenario.
The whole idea of a dog-eat-dog, might-is-right, survival-of-the-fittest world is totally in line with the way that the predatory elite class thinks. They view the rest of humanity and the world as a resource to be used and exploited for their own personal gain.
They see us as guinea pigs and bottom feeders that use the air that they wish they could steal from us. That is why there is always that rumor that they want to kill us.
We are now in times where we are polarized and are aggravated because we can’t seem to find common ground or unity. How is it that we are bound to making decisions that eliminate basic rights? How is it that people begin to fight against each other with different ideologies that seem to be outrageous?
As I have pointed out before, we are sold on bad ideas by the oligarchy because they are skilled in using psychological tools where they pit authority against the guilty. They know that, as a culture, we respond to guilt and fear in a penitent way and are more than likely to acquiesce to authorities because of our base nature to submit.
The authorities position themselves as gods and heroes with the ability to not only announce that a phantom or monster has arrived but to find a reason for the monster to be very real even though they may not have total proof that it exists.
The idea is bigger than the subtotal of all its parts and whatever was once a fairy tale can manifest just at the mere mention of it.
The solution becomes a number of consensus agreements and even though the symbolism shows that THEY truly are the monster, the people are caught in the middle of the drama and unwittingly feed the children to the beast.
Again, giving power to the 10 plague and the force of the ten plagues.