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originally posted by: Caled
I had an interesting dream last night. A fake sun had been placed in front of the real sun while all the energy was leeched from the real sun. That’s silly right? How would you do it without anyone noticing? A solar eclipse with the conveniently sized moon? That’s still silly, wouldn’t the earth get hotter? Not necessarily, if the size of the new sun was reduced proportional to the real one. Well wouldn’t there be a difference? Yes, yes there would. The new sun would shine whiter than the original sun. But wouldn’t there be some other anomalies from the original sun? You mean…like the sky anomalies people have been seeing with sun direction?
Just a thought for today.
originally posted by: FlyingFox
a reply to: cimmerius
Fine, but can you explain all of those things?
I have been told by my contact that the Rally schedule will be released in the next few days. The rallys which is a marker are tied to the final tabulations in AZ. Once that is done the rallys will start in states the fraud happened. I'm hearing 5 17 2021
Rallys will signal the marker. The marker will be the start of the unwinding. 2021 will be a great marker in time for humanity and the Republic!
A former Pentagon investigator who claims to have run a hush-hush UFO program has warned that an upcoming blockbuster report about “unidentified aerial phenomena” could reveal a failure by US intelligence agencies on par with 9/11.
On "Tucker Carlson Tonight," Tucker called the issue a "story we should have spent a lot more time on, because this could be the most consequential thing to happen to this country, this world, maybe ever," before cutting to a clip Luis Elizondo, the former head of a Pentagon division focused on aliens called the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program.
Former Nevada Senator Harry Reid, once a major leader in the Democratic party before his retirement, has claimed that defense contractor Lockheed Martin may have had fragments of a crashed UFO in its possession.
Documents from Pfizer, Johns Hopkins and others discuss the potential for COVID-19 vaccines to “self-spread” to non-vaccinated individuals coming in contact with a recently vaccinated person.
Under the section, “Self-Spreading Vaccines,” the Johns Hopkins document states, “Selfspreading vaccines are genetically engineered to move through populations like communicable diseases, but rather than causing disease, they confer protection. The vision is that a small number of individuals in a target population could be vaccinated, and the vaccine strain would then circulate in the population much like a pathogenic virus, resulting in rapid, widespread immunity.”
“Australian researchers described a virally spread immunocontraception, which hijacked the immune systems of infected animals—in this case a non-native mouse species in Australia—and prevented them from fertilizing offspring,” the article explains.
Next, the article presents possible nefarious uses for self-spreading vaccines, for example, “You could engineer triggers into a virus that cause immune system failures in infected people or animals, a bit like HIV does naturally. Or you could create triggers in a virus that cause a harmful autoimmune response, where the body starts attacking its own healthy cells and tissues.”
Now, tens of thousands of women around the globe are reporting abnormal menstrual cycles, miscarriages and other health issues after being near recently vaccinated individuals
Former Pfizer Vice President and Chief Science Officer Dr. Michael Yeadon recently said he thinks vaccines “will be used for mass depopulation.”
“It’s my considered view that it is entirely possible that this will be used for massive-scale depopulation,” he said.
Self-disseminating vaccines could be a revolutionary technology for reducing the threat of human infectious diseases that jump to us from wild animals. In addition to making wildlife vaccination feasible and cost-effective, this technology reduces the motivation to cull or exterminate ecologically important disease reservoir species, such as bats.