Silly question?1And yes, I know it’s wherefore art thou, but I needed it to be a where. You might think so, but as it turns out it very likely isn’t. Questioning the existence of polio is, however, very controversial. In face I got banned from Mastodon just for sharing a link about it without comment. No first strike or anything, just plain banned! As usual, this only makes me think there really is something to the claim. Anything censored must be good!
I had actually come across the idea that polio isn’t a virus before. In the fantastic book Virus Mania, there’s a section on the topic.2Chapter 2: The Microbe Hunters Seize Power. Polio: Pesticides such as DDT and heavy metals under suspicion. The article I found did remind me though. Since I won’t ban my self from my own site, here’s the link: POLIO is a man-made disease caused by heavy metals exposure, not a virus… the entire history of polio and vaccines was fabricated.
For me one of the most intriguing arguments is this:
It is important to note that polio as modern medicine defines it does not infect animals. So how, then, did animals “catch” and die from it back in the late 1800s? The answer is that poliomyelitis is a metal toxicity disease, not a contagious viral disease.
Besides competing theories for disease, this really made me think. And I am quite ready to believe this. In fact the curves for polio do seem to follow the introduction and use of DDT quite well, though it seems likely arsenic may have been the original poison. Adding to which we got a vaccine, and we know it killed several children. This rather than administering protocols to help the body detox from heavy metals.
Not only that, of course the Rockefeller family is involved too, and as per usual, be they this family or the Gates family or many others, this meant a lot of money but no free thinking. The virus myth continues on.
I found this a fascinating, and quite interesting, video about biological blue in nature, from butterflies to eyes, and why it is so very rare. And beautiful!
Among living things, the color blue is oddly rare. Blue rocks, blue sky, blue water, sure. But blue animals? They are few and far between. And the ones that do make blue? They make it in some very strange and special ways compared to other colors. In this video, we’ll look at some very cool butterflies to help us learn how living things make blue, and why this beautiful hue is so rare in nature.
That will seem like a stupid question to most people. It would have to me too. Before I came across Dr Samantha Bailey, more affectionately as Dr Sam, that is. Not only did Dr Sam talk about terrain theory and recommend a book called Virus Mania1She has been a co-author of the latest edition., but she also has several fascinating videos on the topic. The more I look into disease, the more I have to say terrain theory mostly makes sense, while germ theory doesn’t. Below Dr Sam explains what it is far better than I can.
This leads to the question of whether viruses actually exists at all. They might, however without proper research it’s impossible to say. This research has not, it might surprise you to know, never been done. So far, viruses by and large have actually not been proven. Every time they try, it ends up, at best, inconclusive2Yes, cell cultures produce growths they say are because of a virus, but cell cultures without an added virus produce the same by-products. Probably because of anti-fungal additives etc.. Normally in science, this would lead researchers to conclude that there must be something else going on.
So how do they prove a virus? By looking for debris essentially. When they find small pieces they don’t think should be there, they call it a virus. It’s negative proof. We still don’t seem to have a virus caught on camera though even the best electron microscopes! This in turn calls vaccinations into question. What do they do if there aren’t any viruses?
This is a good question and one I can’t yet answer myself. But it’s a fact that many of the diseases we think were conquered by vaccination campaigns, actually weren’t. Even the official graphs clearly show the illnesses waning away naturally long before we start vaccinations3For a great example of this, watch this video on measles., and might well be due to less vitamin A deficiency, better living conditions, and better hygiene.
There is so much more to explore down this particular venue, but one of the perhaps most pertinent is: does SARS-CoV-2 exist? Uhm… Well, if you follow the news or politics, yes of course it does. But does it really? Well… No. Not if we mean an actually isolated and sequenced virus. We have not taken pictures of it with an electron microscope, nor do we have a genome. Personally, I am perfectly willing to say: We are being lied to! Listen to this Wise Traditions podcast episode4Curiosity led a biostatistician down an unusual path. Intrigued by the concept that the SARS-CoV-2 virus has not been isolated ever, our guest began inquiring of health departments around the world: Do you have evidence of an isolated virus? To date, over 100 institutions from all over the globe have responded…and there has been no evidence in sight of SARS-CoV-2. ❡ Christine Massey, a former biostatistician for cancer researchers, today discusses her research on the concept of viruses (and this “virus” in particular) and what she’s learned through hundreds of FOIA requests (freedom of information act) from health departments all over the world. ❡ She goes over how the cultures or samples used to “isolate the virus” are actually interfering with the process. She exposes the flaws in this methodology and the problem with PCR testing. She also explains why talk of “variants” is essentially nonsense. below to hear what I mean. No one has been able to provide researcher Christine Massey with any proof that SARS-CoV-2 actually exists.
This then goes on to the current mass hysteria, in no small part fueled by a biased and more and more openly evil Mainstream Media, and rampant censorship5Just try talking about any of this on Youtube, Twitter, or Facebook.. You are not allowed to question the current narrative that there is a virus, and that the only way to overcome it is to take an untested mRNA injection, which even the inventor, Dr Robert Malone, warns against doing.
I personally believe we are headed for a humanitarian disaster with these “vaccinations”. Not only are we destroying democracy and God-given rights in the name of “public health”6While conveniently forgetting that the survival rate of the couff is well above 99% for healthy individuals in nearly every age group bar the oldest., governments are forcing a ‘prick’ inside peoples bodies and injecting them with a fluid that may have great ramifications over time. That is rape. Pure and simple.
It’s hard to say what the hell is going on and where it will lead. Am I right in my fears? I truly hope I am not. The ramifications are too extreme to even grasp. Is there an evil plot underneath aimed at reducing the population? A cabal controlling everything? Honestly, I don’t know. A year ago, I would have said that was at best very unlikely. Now? I’m really not so sure. I’m not done thinking about this. And I will have to delve into pools of thought that are quite forbidden to find out more. But I will do it. I am tired of being lied to. And if there’s one thing I am sure of it’s this: essentially no one in power is telling us the truth right now. And I don’t even know if they ever have.
This post is not meant to be as bleak as it sounds. On the contrary. Take charge of your own health. Turn off the TV. Start living your life. Stop listening to fearmongering people who will make more money the more afraid you are. We will win eventually! So I’ll leave you to listen to the imminently positive, informative, and kind professor Tim Noaks:
A little over a year ago, I had started to really wonder about the whole Corona thing. In the beginning I was more or less as panicked as everyone else. How could you not be? Though I never wore a face diaper. That seemed such a stupid thing already then. Restricting breathing during a flu can’t be good, and the particles in question are much smaller than the holes in most of the masks anyway. But I did the hand washing, I used the sanitiser, I stopped touching things or people. I even felt betrayed by my own hands! I had good friends online though, who were very much telling me this was not what it seemed. And I guess the soiled had already been tilled. Hours of The X-Files, Mysterious Universe, going lowcarb (yes actually), and Judy Mikovits‘ book A Plague of Corruption had primed me well. Something didn’t add up!
I know longer remember how I stumbled across these three documentaries. But even though there’s since been tons of other sources, and I now can see that other things fit in to my rapidly evolving world view, these three really cracked me open. Now some of you might be thinking, oh here we go. You watched Plandemic and bought it. And you would be right. I did watch it, and I thought a lot about it. But I did not really know what to make of it, other than that I did not have any reson to doubt especially Mikovits. For various reason I had come across Dave Rubin and Del Bigtree related to other subjects, but Rubin led me to No Safe Spaces, and Bigtree to Vaxxed.
Watching No Safe Spaces more or less opened me up to what I had been feeling for a while. Our freedoms were being chipped away at. The movie predominantly deals with the US, but in Europe the protections are weaker, and possible under even more stress. And though the documentary mainly deals with conservatives not being allowed to speak, I think the issue is much wider than that. We are no longer allowed to question main stream narratives. Main stream ideas. I’ve experienced it my self several times. Join in or shut up!
Mostly No Safe Spaces just helped me put words to something I had been feeling for a while. Vaxxed however, now that was a different story. Now, is it controversial? I guess so. But if you watch it with an open mind, like I did, you can’t escape the feeling that at there is at least something to what they are saying. The first movie deals with vaccines and children developing autism, the second one goes in to mainly the HPV vaccines if I recall right. Looking around after having watched them, it very quickly became apparent that you are not allowed to like them. You should preferably never see them. If the powers that be have anything to say about it.
As a relatively classically educated man and contrarian, this always makes my blood boil. Don’t you tell me what I can and can not read or watch. And not only that, once I started pulling at these threads, a house of cards has started to appear that is just incredible. Is it one great conspiracy? I don’t know. Several small ones? I don’t know. The one thing I am sure of is this: we the people have no been told the truth on so many things for at least a century. I may not know what is going on. But at least, I am awake and even further down the rabbit hole than before.
A finished a new book called Sacred Cow a little while ago, and I really recommend it to just about anyone. Diana Rodgers and Robb Wolf have written a great overview of why meat, particularly beef, is important for human health as well as the environment. They touch upon most of the vegan/vegetarian pushback, including ethical considerations, and go back to the science to clear things up.
The book is well researched and easy to read1I, for instance, have no hesitation recommending people with English as a second language to read it.. And since I care about nerdy stuff like that, the book is overall quite well made and well laid out2Possibly I found the paper to be a little thin and cheap feeling, but this sadly not unusual these days.. Much of the research I had come across before, but never this neatly and accessibly packaged.
One of my particular favourite bit in the book was the references to a paper called How the Mid-Victorians Worked, Ate and Died. This paper looks at how the mid-Victorians likely had one of the best diets in recent history, and how the introduction of dry-goods and sugar basically ruined it all. In the span of something like a generation, the average height shrank almost a foot! It also touched on the very interesting statistics around longevity and how we’ve essentially been fooled in to believing we live longer and healthier lives today. We don’t.
Analysis of the mid-Victorian period in the U.K. reveals that life expectancy at age 5 was as good or better than exists today, and the incidence of degenerative disease was 10% of ours. Their levels of physical activity and hence calorific intakes were approximately twice ours. They had relatively little access to alcohol and tobacco; and due to their correspondingly high intake of fruits, whole grains, oily fish and vegetables, they consumed levels of micro- and phytonutrients at approximately ten times the levels considered normal today. This paper relates the nutritional status of the mid-Victorians to their freedom from degenerative disease; and extrapolates recommendations for the cost-effective improvement of public health today.Abstract of How the Mid-Victorians Worked, Ate and Died
The statistics are an average where infant mortality and childbirth mortality isn’t really accounted for. But generally people lived as long if they survived to adulthood. Yes, life was tougher and there were more wars. But most people lived good lives, until they died. Not like today, where many are doomed to live half lives for years on end, with plenty of chronic issues, slowly vanishing.
Anyway, I found that paper to very interesting in its own right!
In conclusion, I readily recommend you read Sacred Cow (you can find it through most booksellers) if you have any interest in health, the environment or how to save the planet for real. As a kicker this book companions a documentary film3Narrated by Nick Offerman, and having multiple great interviewees., which hopefully will premier sometime this autumn. Check out SacredCow.info for more.
For anyone even vaguely interested in the low carb world of today, Ken and Neisha Berry should be familiar faces. A doctor and a nurse, they alone have done more for the general health of people than any government probably ever.
Now they have decided to do an online summit for The Proper Human Diet on September 11-13 this year, and given that almost everything else has been canceled this may well be the greatest keto event of the year.1Personally I especially lament the Scandinavian Meat-ing being postponed. But hopefully next year!
For $37 you get video access to some amazing speakers, undoubtedly a lot of fun, and you are practically guaranteed to come out smarter about your health the other side.
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I have just signed up, and I am really looking forward to enjoying what promises to be a great event! A few of the highlights2Though obviously all really are…! are Professor Tim Noaks, Jamie Seeman, Michael Eades, Nurse Cindy, Kim Howerton and Ben Bikman.
Hope to ‘see’ you there!
Looking around the low carb community these days, it is easy to see issues it just didn’t really have when I first started. In fact, there barely was one at that point.1This was in 2011. So it was not that it didn’t exist, just not as large. I had heard about it before, but essentially been warned it was unhealthy. The upside is that it is much easier to find information today, though at the same time there is much more crap to wade through too. Not least have the popularity meant there’s a fair bit of snake oil going around too2As a beginner stick with the “don’t buy stuff in packets” rule, and you should be fairly safe..
Since then I’ve come across many people doing various types of what, when I started, was called LCHF3Low Carb High Fat. These days the majority of the information I use and fund useful come in English rather than Swedish, so the term keto is now much more useful, and I prefer it.. A few friends even stepped straight from being vegan to becoming carnivore just like that. Unless you know you have that kind of personality, I don’t really recommend going that fast. Though there’s really nothing wrong with doing so, it’s just a bit of a shock to the system and can be tough to go through. Arguably my shift took too long, but a more step by step path is what I recommend friends who ask to do.
So you want to go low carb and eat Keto. How do you do that? My first introduction was simple. No starch or carbs, no grains, no tubers etc. Vegetables, meat, fish, eggs, poultry, full-fat dairy and nuts and seeds. When you first start out, there’s no reason to overcomplicate things! You could even boil it down to this:
- No processed foods. If it comes in a box from a factory, you probably shouldn’t eat it.
- No sugar. To make this easier, if you have a sweet tooth, go for sweetness. I agree they aren’t always that tasty, but at least they are nowhere near as harmful as sugar.
- Focus on getting more fat in your diet. You, like most of us, are probably scared to eat fat, but you shouldn’t. This is where your energy will come from now. Fat isn’t dangerous, it’s delicious!
Now, since the world is rather less grownup than it should be, I need to point out that I am not a doctor and that you should consult your doctor if you take any medications and so forth.
I am a big believer in doing my own research, and I’ve learned the hard way that in the end I am the one responsible for my body and I am the one who has to live with my choices.
I’ve tried a few times to mention my dietary choices to doctors4I live in Sweden, and the medical system here has a much better reputation than it deserves. I’ve practically never (as an adult) had the same doctor twice. It’s also a struggle to ask for things or tests even if you offer to pay for them. It’s gotten a little bit better with a few private clinics, but not a lot. and at best they are bemused, at worst they actively try to get me to eat bread and grains. It’s not pretty.
For great tips on how to start, or restart, you Keto lifestyle I recommend checking out Youtube, with a focus on Dr Ken Berry (all manner of low carb stuff) and Health Coach Kait (mostly carnivore, but very keto-friendly too5The difference is keto usually means you eat some plant stuff like vegetables and so on, whereas someone doing carnivore usually eat almost exclusively animal products. Personally I fall into the second category, though I occasionally enjoy keto treats, nuts and such.). For more general information and lots of other stuff, check out Diet Doctor (also available in Swedish and Spanish). There are tons of great resources out there, but for getting started you’ll get an excellent education with these.
A great idea to start is this: open your cupboard and throw out everything with carbs and sugar in it.
I came across this video while roaming the internet a while back. Now, I’m aware Rupert Sheldrake is, shall we say controversial.1To the point of being outright hated by many I get that, and yet, what he is saying here makes perfect sense to me.
I don’t believe the universe is materialistic. I am convinced by the research claiming the Universe to be fundamentally made of consciousness.2A notion I intend to explore further in future posts too. In essence, then, the Universe is alive in my view. And that’s where we get to one of my most interesting aha moments watching this video: physical constants fluctuate over time. They are not constant! The main reason we don’t notice is that no one bothers to check anymore. We need the universe to run on constants, but the Universe doesn’t really. Which, I think, makes perfect sense.
As I understand Sheldrake, it’s because the Universe fluctuates. It’s natural. Sunspots, waves, our bodies etc. And once you think about it you realise everything does, if you leave the human point of view. Some things fluctuate so quickly we don’t notice, other things so slowly we don’t notice.
As always, make up your own mind! But to me, the Universe is both more magical and more alive than we have been led to believe. I’m a big believer in the scientific principle, I do however have a deep mistrust of Science™ and scientist who think everything is settled. Science is never settled, it just strives to be better.
This post has been so long in coming I feel shame creeping up my neck. My intention was always to start quickly. To write. To think. To help. Then I actually did start to think… Overthink. What if it isn’t perfect? What if I fail? What if I have literally nothing to say? What if I get a cramp in my wrist or callouses on my fingers?1Well, I guess guitar practice has sort of made that a non-writing related issue now anyway…
Therefor think of this post as me messing up the paper. Making a scratch on that scary blank canvas, the blog. Get the proverbial ball rolling. And to really underline my sentiment I’ll let Ze Frank lead us in with one of my favourite inspirational videos ever:
I’m ready to let my self be vulnerable.