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☞ The ‘died suddenly’ trend

☞ The ‘died suddenly’ trend

The virus is fake, but the lethality of the “vaccine” is very real. This documentary goes into what’s going on with the vaccine injured. And it’s looking bleak at best. People, especially children, are dying and no one is really talking about it in the mainstream. This film posits that this may well have been the idea to begin with. I tend to lean in that direction too. Too many things had to be falling into place for this to be a mere coincidence if you ask me.

Let us never forget what they have done!

Why do we never believe them? For centuries, the global elite have broadcast their intentions to depopulate the world – even to the point of carving them into stone. And yet… we never seem to believe them.

The Stew Peters Network is proud to present DIED SUDDENLY, from the award winning filmmakers, Matthew Skow and Nicholas Stumphauzer. They are the minds behind WATCH THE WATER and THESE LITTLE ONES, and now have a damning presentation on the truth about the greatest ongoing mass genocide in human history.


☞ A different kind of meditation

☞ A different kind of meditation

I’ve been a regular meditator for around a decade at this point. I always sort of knew it was a good thing, but now I can’t do without it. I just feel it in mind and body if I don’t do at least five to ten minutes a day1As they say, a minute counts! Usually I want to get 30 minutes to an hour a day. But also, I don’t have kids yet…. At the start I did mostly mindfulness meditation following my breath, then I started checking out other kinds.

Enter Solfeggio notes. I can’t remember where I first heard of these and their more or less magical properties, but it sounded interesting. Looking around, I found a chakra meditation based on them. The first time I did it, it felt like my chakras were ancient machines, like ancient clock, that started spinning again and the dust and rust flew everywhere. I had physical bodily reactions the first time2The kind where you urgently need a restroom.. It was amazing. It’s never been quite that level again, but it’s still a meditation I keep returning to whenever I feel like a need a bit of a boost.

Music slowly entering to state of relaxation starts from 396 Hz and going up to 417 Hz, 528 Hz 639 Hz, 741 Hz, 852 Hz and finish at 963 Hz. Normally there is 9 Solfeggio tones including 174 Hz and 285 Hz but just seven of them correspond to chakras.

Now you have a chance to experience these frequencies. 

Enjoy, Sat Nam, and keep tending your fire.

☞ Sacred Cow

☞ Sacred Cow

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.

I did pre-order the book, and enjoyed the perks a lot.

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.

Sacred Cow trailer