October 15, 2021
We have two (2) smoking gun articles in the works. Here’s a sneak preview.
One of them sheds light on the Fauci body (non-biological foreign object found in Covid vaccines), below.
The other is an autopsy protocol that you can request for a loved one whom you suspect was killed by the vaccine.
Thanks to comments by several of our readers, I believe I have a better idea of what this non-biological object is. (I have christened these things Fauci bodies.) It was found by the German pathologist, Dr. Burkhardt, in vaccine fluid. See this posting.
People who have lost a loved one to the vaccine have asked if I can suggest a vaccine-specific protocol for an autopsy. I have drawn up a list to give to a private pathologist, with tests designed to identify vaccine-caused tissue damage.
2 thoughts on “Two Smoking Guns: Sneak Preview”
Fantastic! Looking forward to these new articles.
If only your articles could appear on the front pages of New York Times, Washington Post, and so forth.
I don’t know how to approach people, including family, who have been inoculated.
The work you are doing is God’s work. He works in mysterious ways, so perhaps all your research and publishing will reach people who can benefit from your studies.
Keep up the wonderful work you are doing. We, the unvaccinated, need all the facts possible to keep up our commitments and our attempts to help the unfortunates.
Editor’s response: You are kind, my dear.
This is war. Remember, I’m a historian; the roots of war are part of my scholarly portfolio. And yet this is a new kind of war, though, like all wars, it’s founded on the “will to power” famously outlined by the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. In this case, a war without bullets, at least so far. A war, as all wars do, pitting a fake “good” (see the Great [atheistic, amoral] Reset and its Covid [anti-God-given-DNA] vaccine) against a conveniently fabricated “evil” (see trust in our God-given DNA, RNA, and immune apparatus).
Such wars originate in what I call the great Middle Eastern combat myth of good versus evil–a cosmic struggle. Ancient roots, in other words. Somehow, we must get beyond good and evil (the title of one of Nietzsche’s books). And that’s a tough one. There are many who believe this is what Jesus of Nazareth had in mind. There are also those who suspect his disciples, who were not famous for understanding him, turned Jesus’s message into a variant on the age-old Middle Eastern combat myth (good v. evil). This isn’t the place for a deep discussion of theology, or philosophy for that matter. Let me say, simply, that to get out of the murderous, blood-soaked juggernaut of good v. evil, one must exit time itself. See Aldous Huxley’s, “Time must have a stop!” (This now takes us into physics. LOL! This lecture is getting “curiouser and curiouser,” as Alice would put it.)
I’ve published books on all this with Yale Univ. Press, the Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, and Oxford Univ. Press. If anyone is interested in the subject, I recommend “Cosmos, Chaos, and the World to Come: The Ancient Roots of Apocalyptic Faith” (Yale 1995). For anyone who is a true masochist and is up for being tortured by quantum physics, I have a book in press about getting out of time. Surprisingly, Exhibit A is Jesus of Nazareth. (I’m not a Christian. Nor am I a non-Christian. I reject labels. I calls ’em as I sees ’em.) Click here for a draft of the cover.