REAL COVID-19 story

THE ROOTS OF EVIL

Under the pandemic hides the largest pink elephant in recorded history

Imagine a cute little American town, with a population of 100,000, with an average Western diet, lifestyle, disease and death rate. Let’s call it the city of Sobering because it is a story that gives food for thought about the American dream before and during the age of COVID-19.

At least half or 50,000 people in Sobering suffer from one or more chronic diseases in which lifestyle, nutrition and the environment play an important role.

The average person digests 170 pounds (70 kg) of sugar per year, with high intakes of processed meat, prepackaged foods, butter, candies and sweets, fried foods, dairy products, eggs , refined grains, potatoes, corn, fructose corn syrup, and high sugar drinks. In addition, 80,000 industrial and agricultural toxins, polluted water, lack of exercise and little sunlight contribute to their plight.

Fifty thousand have heart disease. Ten thousand suffer from diabetes. Thirty thousand have prediabetes. Forty thousand are obese. Seventy thousand are overweight. Forty thousand will end up with cancer in their lifetime.

Only five thousand, or five percent, are in perfect health, an unprecedented ratio that is reflected in the city’s cause of death statistics.

Last year 938 died.

Seventy-one percent, or 665, died of chronic illnesses.

216 others died of more immediate causes, such as …

Accidents – 57

Drugs and Pain Relief Drugs – 33

Virus (mainly influenza) – 19

Suicide – 16

Firearms – 13

Alcohol – 12

Other – 85

The total of 938 deaths coincided with 1,284 births, bringing the net total to 346 surplus Siberians.

Then COVID-19 occurs

Microbial hell breaks out in a Chinese bat meat market, or maybe a lab technician loses a vial, we’re not sure, but the end result is that a nasty piece of DNA is unleashed on Sobering. The COVID-19 pandemic kills 20 people in Sobering in the first three months. Experts warn it could kill up to 80 people if not properly contained (four times more than the flu).

The news frightens the bejesus of the people. The Sobériens agree to isolate themselves against the “rampant killer”, at least until the arrival of the cavalry.

The strategy of “flattening the curve” with a quarantine, however, misses the big picture. Sobering already has an existing chronic disease epidemic, the magnitude and type of which has never been observed in history.

As the city waits for the vaccine and the economy collapses, people with chronic conditions are hardest hit. Some lose their access to appropriate food, medicines, basic necessities or other forms of primary care. Add the lack of sunlight, movement and social activity; made up of stress, fear and isolation, and we have the perfect psycho-chemical cocktail to arm the virus against an already immunologically suppressed population.

But authorities in Sobering ignore the comorbidity, the fact that every disease-related death is caused by more than one condition.

It’s as if the virus waged a masterful PR campaign to be seen as a much more vicious beast in the world than it actually is.

Move attention to the castle

If an arrow succeeded in bringing down a castle in a medieval battle, the king or lord of the castle would likely have the architect hanged.

When it comes to our health and our immune system – our castle – it’s easier to blame the arrow.

In a healthy human body, bacteria outnumber human cells by 10: 1 and viruses by 100: 1, simply because we have been adapting and living in symbiosis with pathogenic intruders since we became a multicellular organism.

Our castle is built from the arrows of past wars, so to speak, which makes us particularly resistant to new attacks, unless we are already compromised.

The general rule is that the more we interact with other forms of life, the stronger our immune system. Aside from a handful of truly legitimate external infectious agents, the real threat lies elsewhere – driven by our conscious and unconscious daily choices.

In addition to viruses and other arrows, consider that sugar, chronic stress, sedentary lifestyle, obesity, nutritional deficiencies, processed foods, trans fats, industrial toxinsand agricultural, electrosmog, endocrine disruptors, polluted air, water rich in lead and fluoride, excessive use of antibiotics and antiseptics, and a long list of other stressors have become the standard at Sobering.

Realizing the broader spectrum of energy inhibitors is not only necessary for survival but also for quality of life itself. In Sobering, life goes on at half its mental and physical potential.

The good news is that since we are the architects of our castle, we may also decide to tip the energy balance in our favor.

The electrochemical energy factories inside our cells, the mitochondria, produce about 80 kg or 176 lb of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) per day to meet 95% of our daily energy demand, in a complex electrochemical process and delicate who is extremely sensitive to lifestyle, nutrition, even our state of mind.

Abundant energy is especially essential for the immune system, which happens to be the body’s biggest energy consumer. Do you remember the last time you fought a “mild” flu, leaving you in a coma between the sheets? This is how much juice the immune system can order.

How do you make sure the castle has enough fuel?

Anything that is good for the mitochondria, is good for ATP, is good for the immune system. Nutrient-rich foods, sunlight, air, clean water, fasting, exercise, nature, grounding, social activity, a positive attitude and a sense of purpose are some of the things that load the mitochondria.

Most lifestyle standards in Sobering do the opposite, with psychological factors usually causing faster drainage than chemistry alone.

Fear or anxiety, for example, activates stress hormones that suppress the immune system to conserve energy for fight or flight situations. When this happens repeatedly, the body becomes addicted to the chemistry of stress, with serious consequences that stimulate emotions, thoughts and behavior, and ultimately, our health.

The first step in rewiring our health is to identify and correct the causes of psychological stress.

The people of Sobering are unable to sit or be present for more than 10 seconds, in part because of the addiction to stress chemistry, causing them to unconsciously seek distractions and excuses to end up with more. worry or concern.

The mass media feed this dependence with daily threat scenarios, predominantly imaginary.

Ergo, hysteria itself has become a norm at the collective level.

Self-observation – whether it’s during meditation, a nature hike, or a full-blown relationship explosion – can help us disarm some of the adrenal triggers that drive our automatic patterns. Catching even a small portion of these triggers in action can save us enough energy to fight a thousand viruses, figuratively speaking.

Invisible stressorsSince we are both chemical and electrical beings down to our smallest building blocks, we also need to examine the impact of man-made frequencies (EMF) on our well-being.

Radiation of human and natural origin has an influence on living organisms, in particular on the mitochondria, which are the most sensitive organelles in our body.

Nature has an exceptionally refreshing effect, for a reason, which has to do with the rich spectrum of natural and consistent frequencies that support cellular health. Coherence is a flow of energy and information. When we walk in a forest after spending a week in the bunker, we can feel this flow.

In contrast, some human-made electromagnetic fields, such as cell phones and wifi routers, cause mitochondria to wear out due to repetitive and cumulative exposure. Most of us are not aware of attributing the source of various effects such as fog, drowsiness, headaches, migraines, or outright exhaustion to an identifiable source. Real complications of the disease can manifest themselves decades later, but the energy and immune drain is a factor in our daily lives.

Modern safety guidelines fail to address the non-thermal effects of human-made radiation, such as the impact on so-called voltage-gated calcium channels (VGCC), which reside in cell membranes and control the release of neurotransmitters. and muscle contraction, among others. It is difficult to estimate the cumulative impact of VGCC, but there are indicators in our disease statistics from the 1990s that merit further examination. The world has experienced a 50% drop in the overall quality of male reproduction since we started pocketing microwaves, for example.

The good news is that we can reduce the impact of electrosmog with simple measures to significantly increase our energy level and our resistance. Turning off EMF sources when we sleep or travel, and keep a distance from transmitters, can already reduce exposure to a safe limit. Otherwise, it’s a constant drain on our system.

Frequencies can also be harnessed to our advantage when they mimic natural and coherent sources. Some of the best athletes in the world even use advanced frequency therapy to heal wounds and pain faster.

Meanwhile, nature is still there, waiting for us to harness its true healing power to our advantage.

Don’t just wait for the pinprick

The modern medical promise of a panacea in a pinprick or pill was exaggerated in the 20th century to the point that we forgot to take care of our castle. Even if we are 100% comfortable with vaccines, it is a good idea to pay more attention to our natural ability to create resistance with the choices of everyday life.

Data from the past 300 years support the idea that sanitation, aqueducts, nutrition, disinfection and improving living standards, in general, have played a major role in strengthening our resistance to pathogens. As a result, mortality rates from measles, typhoid, scarlet fever, whooping cough and diphtheria, for example, were reduced before the introduction of their respective vaccines.

The immunological resistance that we built with better standards of living in the 19th and early 20th century, we almost wiped out with modern eating and habits in the late 20th century.

The last fifty years have been a deep dive into the reality of Sobering, where a single arrow can shut down an entire community.

The COVID-19 health crisis did not come from a bat or a laboratory. We did it.

The good news?

With so much power over our destiny, we can also take back the castle.

Jan Wellmann

Energy to live

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