Coronavirus Disease Tips 19-21
by Atom Bergstrom
It’s nothing but a cold. The world is full of wusses.
It’s easy for the New World Order to pull the wool over the eyes of sheep.
We can’t stop 5G.
We can’t stop globalization.
We can’t stop extreme genetic manipulation.
But we CAN stop vaccinating.
Vaccinating for a cold or flu is for people who believe in the Easter Bunny.
Here’s some more tips about making yourself less vulnerable to the common cold, er, uh, I mean, the Coronavirus.
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Tip #19 — Fever is part of the healing process. If it’s too high, drink catnip tea. Practice social distancing from aspirin, acetaminophen, and ibuprofen. According to MedicineNet, “Side effects of aspirin and Tylenol that are similar include rash, nausea, and liver toxicity.” Aspirin-induced asthma might not be the highest choice around a virus that targets the lungs. Why are bats immune to COVID-19, rabies, Marburg, Ebola, Nipah, and many other lethal viruses? TEMPERATURE! Flight requires extra energy, and extra energy generates HEAT. A bat’s normal temperature of 104° Fahrenheit isn’t conducive to virus growth, while human fever averages only between 99.5° to 100.9° Fahrenheit. Many lives could be saved if physicians learned how to SAFELY utilize human hyperpyrexia (104.0° to 105.8° Fahrenheit). What about a sauna? No, the heat has to be generated from within, not without — hyperthermia is NOT hyperpyrexia. A better choice is drinking hot liquids and bundling up under blankets. (A Cognitive Trigger Event shut down my temperature mechanism. I joked, “I’ll be OK when the fever breaks!” whenever I was clumsy. My subconscious followed instructions, and my thermal regulation has been substandard since 1962. According to Adano Ley, “Your mouth is a gun. Your words are the bullets, and the trigger is your intent. Be careful you don’t point it at yourself.”)
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Tip #20 — Avoid drinking plain water (distilled, tap. spring, or otherwise). According to Ray Peat, “I have spoken to many people who believe they should drink ‘8 glasses of water every day,’ in addition to their normal foods, even if they don’t feel thirsty. Many doctors still recite this dangerous slogan, but the addition of the qualifying phrase, ‘or other liquids,’ has become common.”
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Tip #21 — Don’t wear your outdoor shoes indoors. COVID-19 can live on shoes for up to five days, depending on shoe materials at room temperature. (It’s considered rude and unhygienic to wear outdoor shoes indoors in numerous countries and among many ethnic groups.)
What’s all that toilet paper for?
One person sneezes, and 50 people crap their pants.
(To Be Continued)