No doubt about it, we live in a world full of viruses. Even though we can't see them, our biosphere, we're told, has 1031 in land, sea and air, in other words everywhere. Some say they have played a crucial role in evolution and in fact have help make us what we are.
Some say they're out to get us and we urgently need to defend against them. Recently demonized, and blamed for all ills, they've become a source of intense fear.
Wait a minute. The notion that a virus could be an agent of infection is scarcely a century old and has yet to be proven with any rigor (apparently). Therefore questioning this mythology about our biology is relevant and timely. And yet faced with a “deadly virus”, who would ask such a question?
Well it turns out more and more folks are questioning and coming up with lots of surprising answers.
Mike Stone has put together an amazing website on this subject ViroLIEgy (a clever portmanteau?), so we need not go into all the details here. I can share my personal voyage of discovery however in the hopes that it may be of some benefit.
Early in the Covid-19 pandemic, a friend gave me a copy of The Contagion Myth: Why Viruses (including "Coronavirus") Are Not the Cause of Disease by Tom Cowan & Sally Fallon. I've long held respect and admiration for both these authors, and yet I was not completely convinced even though I understood their arguments.
An unrequited online love affair (just kidding) with Dr. Sam Bailey had me months in the que for the arrival of the revised and updated Virus Mania in audio book format. I listened, then I bought the hard copy, then I listened again.
The title says it all. It's almost like you really don't want to know — Virus Mania: Corona/COVID-19, Measles, Swine Flu, Cervical Cancer, Avian Flu, SARS, BSE, Hepatitis C, AIDS, Polio, Spanish Flu. How the Medical Industry Continually Invents Epidemics, Making Billion Dollar Profits at Our Expense
As an aside, in each case I tend to read all the reviews before I buy the book and recommend you do the same.
Now I had the evidence needed to manifest a firm conviction. A clincher for me was the main thesis of Virus Mania. Focusing on one tiny microbe as a causal agent in a biosphere of billions and zillions — and then declaring war on it with a one-size-fits-all solution for everyone on the planet — is weird if not altogether epistemologically incorrect.
As the book's introduction states in it's title, we are a:
Society under the spell of a One Dimensional Microbe Theory
Still, what I needed was enough faith in my conviction to go public. The problem for many of us questioning, throughout Covid, is that if you actually say what you think you quickly learn people think you're crazy.
Faith embracing all ambiguities arrived with Mike Wallach's brilliant five part The Viral Delusion. I can't recommend this enough. This series so needs to be watched and talked about. View the first episode for free. After that I had no problem parting with $12 for all five.
Here you'll get to meet many players face to face. Ask yourself, as human beings who is more credible and genuine, the folks in these films, or Gates, Fauci, Tam, and Strang?
The Covid narrative unravels now, as it's becoming clear, in spite of the information war, that 1) SAR-COV 2 has never been isolated nor demonstrated to be a contagious pathogen, and 2) The PCR test is not a diagnostic test (and at 40+ cycles in Nova Scotia labs can only produce irrelevant and random outcomes).
Taken together this could imply that —
the test which doesn't work has been highlighting a virus which isn't there.
It might not be so simple however. Most of the world has been lead to believe in deadly viruses. The deadly dogma is in the text books and clearly stated — as FACT not theory — in Wikipedia! But what if we've all been fooled?
Don't have a lot of time? Steve at Spacebusters put together COV-19 IMMUNITY IN 19 MINUTES which tells you everything you need to know.
We come from the virome. We are not in conflict with it. It is not here to attack us!
It is here for our ultimate regenerative, adaptive capacity as life forms on this planet.
We have to come to terms with the fact that the body has been in a state of balance with the virome since our origin.
Nobody has died of corona virus worldwide.
We're really seeing a global pandemic of human life disconnected from nature.
My take? There's likely a modicum of truth in every point of view. Before we act on possibly false assumptions that could cause harm, it would be best do the homework. — Ken
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