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Forcades that in the weeks after hanging up his video on YouTube has participated in several television and radio in which he explained his theory that the new flu pandemic is created by the major laboratories, is now untraceable. The country has tried to contact her without success. "He will be studying or teaching. Is very busy lately, trying to excuse one of her sisters coyly monastery Sant Benet. "He now lives in Germany," dice. But the network is almost always inevitable, and video Forcades has hundreds of thousands of hits on YouTube and has been linked to hundreds of websites. Begins with a historical survey, cases of influenza A, reports on the low lethality of the virus ... nothing that any epidemiologist would not have entered. But at the sixth minute, is another heroine, Jane Bürgermeister journalist, and his complaint about "bioterrorism and attempted murder" against one of the laboratories that manufacture influenza vaccine, Baxter.
One concern, security, shared by some members of the scientific community, but for different reasons than those of Forcades "that while the tests were performed were greatly concerned about the possibility of bypass some steps to expedite the approval of drug. On Friday itself, the WHO argued, once again, the safety of vaccines being developed. Whether or not the controversial carry adjuvants-substances that enhance the immune potency of the antigen and also mentioned in Forcades, who claims to be unreliable and can produce very serious side effects, WHO ensures the safety of vaccines. Also the European Medicines Agency.
Cardinal Rode, prefect of the Congregation for Religious Vatican has called a public demonstration of commitment to religious Teresa Forcades to the doctrinal principles of the Church. The Congregation for the Religious of the Holy See's Pontifical Council responsible for the governance of religious congregations.
This rapid intervention of the Holy See shows that there is a remarkable tension with those religious formulations, as in the case of abortion, are contrary to what Catholic doctrine says.
nobody has declared a National Emergency, nobody can do it either with the information we have
While Portugal was an important haven for the Knights Templar, their main base of operations, until they were outlawed was southern France and Cataluna, the area of the Cathars and the Merovingian kings. Barcelona, the capitol of Cataluna, was originally a Phoenician port and this area along the border of Spain and France has long thought of itself as Cataluna, a state, people and culture separate from the rest of Spain. The populace speaks their own language, Catalunian, a language that may have originated with ancient Phoenician.
Outside of Barcelona is Montserrat monastery, site of religious pilgrimage for a long time, probably going back even before the Christian era. It is a mountain rising 4,054 feet above the coastal plain which eventually became the site of a celebrated Benedictine monastery
According to the Columbia Viking Desk Encyclopedia (1968 version), Montserrat was thought in the Middle Ages to have been the site of the castle which contained the Holy Grail. Says the encyclopedia, "The Renaissance church contains a black wooden image of the Virgin, carved, according to tradition, by St. Luke. In the Middle Ages the mountain, also called Monsalvat, was thought to have been the site of the castle of the Holy Grail."
Originally posted by kevinsquibben
I just got over the swine flu...wasn't as bad as the tv claimed. I hadn't had a vaccination or taken special medicine...just relaxed at home got a-lot of sleep and binged on dayquill. I actually had a chance to rest it was awessome
The other day, we carried a video of a nun at the extremely holy sanctuary called Montserrat in Spain (near Barcelona) -- a sister named Teresa Forcades who was a physician educated in New York State and who was warning against the swine flu vaccine in a strong and even startling way. We removed a video she made -- circulated on YouTube -- when we learned that despite the holy monastic setting of Montserrat (one of the world's oldest sites of Marian devotion), and despite her scientific credentials, as well as her calm manner of presentation, Sister Forcades had spoken publicly in favor of a woman's "right" to terminate a pregnancy. That had occurred during Spain's recent national debate on abortion and drew a rebuke from Cardinal Franc Rodé, prefect for the Vatican's Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life, who, we learned, had sent a letter to her abbess demanding that Sister Forcades conform to Church doctrine.
Moreover, there are experts -- including a United Nations scientist -- who believe the new swine flu virus has "vectors" suggesting it was manufactured as a biological warfare weapon. That scientist also believed that Ebola and HIV had been genetically engineered (a claim that on its face seems absurd), and others have argued -- perhaps wildly -- that the same was true for West Nile virus (which seemed to have a peculiar affinity for spreading along Interstate 95 coming from New York, after import from the Middle East). More substantial have been concerns that Lyme disease leaked from a secret military facility on Plum Island off Long Island (across from Lyme, Connecticut), a facility that allegedly had connections to biological weapons research at Fort Detrick in Maryland -- which in its turn was connected to Fort Dix. Meanwhile, brain infections related to "mad cow disease" have been cited near military facilities in western states. There was also SARS, along with bird flu, in Asia. Have we already forgotten those outbreaks? "Many are increasingly suspicious that these that that these are directed towards Asian populations, with SARS and H5N1 (bird flu) first appearing in Guangdong, where the People's Liberation Army has large bioweapons labs," frets one website.