posted on Jun, 24 2004 @ 12:32 AM
Here is just a tid bit of what we know... although we can't tell you everything, we will give you a warning of what is to come. We've read these
boards for a while now, analyzing the minds of the members. The reason why we've waiting so long to post is so we could be sure that the people we
give this information to has the capability of understanding it. We've ready many posts about how the human race could possibly end. While many of
them hold much merit, everyone always thinks big. Be it asteroids, aliens, or what have you. Sit back for a moment and think small. Microscopic.
In the coming months, the midwest will be stricken with an airborne epidemic. We're not quite sure on the exact strain yet, but we're positive
we've never seen before. I'm going to say a little more than what I should, but here it goes.
Think about this... why do your children, if you have any, need to be constantly vaccinated against viruses? Think about the answer you just thought
of. Now think of your bodies immune system. As each vaccination is issued, the bodies immune system grows more and more immune to the vaccination
itself. We've done extensive research on many strains of viruses that are no longer a "threat" to us. However, these so called "dead" strains
have already morphed into hybrids of themselves.
Think of morbillivirus, also known as the measles. I'm sure that nearly, if not all, of us have had a vaccination for this. This was our first
breakthrough study. After morbillivirus, we looked at paramyxovirus (Mumps) and togavirus (Rubella). These are just some of the viruses that many
people think nothing of anymore due to "break-throughs" in medicinal areas.
One more tid bit of information, think mosquitos. They've killed hundreds upon thousands of people. And that number will increase.
We will leave you to ponder these ideas. If you have any thoughts or questions, please feel free to ask or explain your thoughts.
One more thing, please respect our privacy. We can not reveal our names or our employer. Thank you.