Coronavirus Disease Tips 34-36

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

The trouble with this pandemic is the 99-percenters are looking for scapegoats instead of dumping the entire mainstream medical totalitarian monolith just like Ivan Illich advocated way back in 1974.

As long as you believe you are Thomas Anderson and not NEO, the Machines will keep being your Overlords.

Swallowing the Red Pill is like swallowing an Alternate Universe, not about voting the miscreants and deviants “out of office.”

Even when he was still playing football and hockey at Owen Patterson High School, Thomas Anderson already knew “there is something wrong with the world.”

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I’m not impressed with Dr. Rashid A. Buttar’s credentials.

I’m not impressed with Dr. Anthony Kaufman’s credentials.

I’m not impressed with Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai’s credentials.

Why should I be any more impressed with these “medical experts” than any other “medical experts” such as Dr. Anthony Fauci or Dr. Phil or Dr. Oz or Dr. House or Dr. Kildare or Dr. Frankenstein?

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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Tip #34 — What about Tom Barnett’s banned Coronavirus YouTube video? He claims, “A virus is specific to specific cells. It is not transmissible in your own body (specific to certain organs and systems) and not between people. You can’t get an avian flu, a bat flu, a monkey flu, or swine flu unless it is INJECTED.” Will Tom Barnett step up to the plate? Can he show us that “it’s impossible to catch a virus” by drinking rabid dog saliva? Or washing his eyes with it? Or snorting it? Rabies is transmissible via the mucous membranes in the eyes, nose, mouth, and anus. No broken skin is necessary. Place your bets. Rabies claims 55,000 victims a year “other than Tom.” Is Tom free enough of environmental toxins, heavy metals, plastics, and industrial pollutants to avoid a rabies detox? He could do an Ebola detox for a second act. Ebola has a 90% mortality rate within a few days, making it easier than a rabies detox. (Regarding YouTube censorship, Tom should be allowed to “speak his piece” as harebrained as it might be. At least the folks watching him are swifter than the zombie hoards watching Netflix or ESPN!)

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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Tip #35 — Pasteur or Béchamp? Where do my allegiances lie? I’m backing Pasteur — the guy who DIDN’T give us chemo and the synthetic dye industry. Joseph Meister (1876-1940) was bitten by a rabid dog when he was nine, so he would undoubtedly back Pasteur too. However, most neo-Pasteurians threw the baby out with the bathwater. The terrain IS crucial. Viruses, bacteria, fungi, parasites, prions, predators, and poisons ARE attracted to weakened or poorly defended tissue. (Béchamp was wrong about acidic tissue attracting germs and alkaline tissue repelling them.) Flu vaccinations might “work,” but flu viruses multiply often, and the side effects are risky. Cold vaccinations don’t “work” because (1) cold viruses MUTATE EVERY SEVEN TO TEN DAYS, and (2) an individual cold is a product of multiple cold viruses. The same goes for COVID-19. Colds commonly go unnoticed — adults average two to three colds a year, and children, six to ten. Symptom-free COVID-19 carriers are super-spreaders, easily infecting eight contacts or more.

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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Tip #36 — A virus of any kind passed from a young person to an old person acts differently than the reverse. The first example can lead to cancer, and the second to a mutation (even between species). This tip is for any virologist willing to research the concept. I’m not a virologist, so the awareness of this concept is all I can provide to the general public. Our vision is to create a brick and mortar research center to attract the right people to research the right concepts for the right reasons.

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    1. May 8, 2020 @ 1:00 am Atom

      A neurologist came to see me with three problems.
      He explained, “I have a migraine headache. There’s a painful bump behind my knee, and my knuckles are swollen.”
      He grasped the ring finger of his RIGHT hand while complaining about his “knuckles” (plural).
      The body’s anterior right side and posterior left side register psychosomatic traumas with women, so it was obvious that he had an emotional “charge” from an unresolved issue with a woman.
      The ring finger is the Triple Heater Meridian’s primary “commitment” reflex, which is why a wedding ring signifies, “I only have heat for you” or “I’m only in heat for you.”
      “Which specific knuckle is swollen?” I asked.
      “All of them,” he replied, still holding only his ring finger.
      “Which knuckle did the problem start on?” I indirectly persisted.
      He noticed that he was grasping his ring finger, and said, “Well, it started on this one.”
      “Did you recently get a divorce?” I pried.
      “Yes, I did,” he replied,
      I held his right knee while he sat in a chair, and extended his leg outward and inward a dozen or more times, fast and forcefully on the way out, and exaggeratedly slow on the return.
      The bump behind his knee disappeared, but I said nothing.
      Next came muscle response testing, and the sole weak muscle was his pectoralis major clavicular, associated with the Stomach Meridian.
      “That’s interesting, because I recently had gastritis,” he commented.
      “Before or after your wife left you?” I asked.
      “After,” he replied.
      “Do you miss her cooking?” I continued.
      “Well, yes, I do. She was a really good cook.” he reminisced.
      (I had a friend who had most of his stomach surgically removed because he couldn’t deal with a girlfriend who refused to cook for him.)
      He returned to his chair (I had muscle-tested him on the floor) and reached for the back of his knee while asking, “Now what about this?”
      But to his astonishment, the bump had completely disappeared.
      “Where did it go?” he exclaimed.
      “You know,” I laughed. “You were ready to let this go before you even came to see me.
      “You were like an apple on a tree you only have to touch and it falls into your hand.
      “That’s why your knee problem resolved so quickly.
      “All you wanted to do was kick your ex-wife one final boot out the door!
      “Goodbye. Adios. So long.
      “Time to move on to something new.
      “All it took was mimicking a swift kick by moving your knee back and forth, which is what I did.
      “If you hadn’t been so ready to let her go, you might have had to kick something a hundred or even a hundred thousand times — however long it takes to discharge the repressed anger.
      “And, if you were still living with her, it could be an ongoing stockpiling of hostility unless you both resolved your issues.
      “Health requires two things.
      “One, a hostility discharge, just like in Gestalt therapy, Alexander Lowen, etc., etc.
      “Two, it requires forgiveness — biological forgiveness, not psychological forgiveness — to deal with any residual guilt.
      “Once a hostility is discharged, the guilt problem must still be resolved.
      “And after forgiveness, the hostility often returns.
      “Discharge it repeatedly, however long it takes, but always follow a hostility discharge with forgiveness to end any guilt feedback.”
      MIND HACKING FOR THE MILLIONS was formerly known as Body Dowsing. I’ve changed the name because folks inevitably confuse it with radiesthesia. Why have I added THE MILLIONS to the MIND HACKING? Because it’s so amazingly simple once you get the hang of it even a child can do it. MIND HACKING FOR THE MILLIONS — without the slightest trace of exaggeration — is by far the most effective emotional trauma detection technology on the planet. Everything else is an also-ran. It’s consummate low-tech biofeedback — all you need are your eyes to observe and your fingers to feel. Practice makes perfect.

      http://solartiming.com/store–e-books.php#Mind-Hacking

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    2. May 8, 2020 @ 1:01 am Atom

      Why is heartburn more common among the elderly and pregnant?
      Perhaps if the elderly would stretch and yawn more often they wouldn’t be so elderly anymore.
      Yawning and stretching won’t make a pregnant woman less pregnant, but it will relieve her heartburn.
      “Elderly” is often a code word for central obesity, overcrowding the abdomen and squeezing the stomach and other organs, including the heart..
      An enlarged uterus overcrowds the abdomen and does the same.
      A truck tire filled with air can feel just as “hard” as one made of solid rubber.

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    3. May 8, 2020 @ 1:02 am Atom

      Twice as many people are dying of liver disease in 2014 than were in 1991.
      Are 21st Century people taking that much more acetaminophen?
      A woman went to the emergency room of a hospital with severe flu symptoms.
      She started having seizures while still in the emergency room, so she was hospitalized.
      Test after test couldn’t find the cause, so she was released from the hospital still having seizures.
      I was brought to see her, and I asked, “Can you stick out your tongue?”
      “No.”
      “Could you stick out your tongue before you went to the hospital?”
      “Yes,”
      “And the neurologist never asked you to stick out your tongue?”
      “No, he didn’t.”
      “Did they give you any drugs in the hospital?”
      “No.”
      “Are you sure they didn’t give you any drugs at all?”
      “No, none at all.”
      “Are you absolutely sure of that? Did they give you anything at all?”
      “Well, they did give me three 350-milligram tablets of Tylenol.”
      “Aha! You have Tynenol poisoning!”
      She continued having seizures, and returned to the hospital.
      They tested her north, south, east, and west.
      She was examined by a neurologist, cardiologist, psychiatrist, etc.
      After another week in the hospital, the final diagnosis was …
      Reye’s syndrome, caused by Tylenol.

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    4. May 8, 2020 @ 1:03 am Atom

      A woman injured her RIGHT knee after visiting her mother in the hospital.
      She said,”Life has brought me to my knees” three times and “Life has cut me off at the knees” one time in the first ten minutes without realizing she was describing her “physical” ailment.
      “You’re lucky your subconscious believed ‘Life has brought me to my knees,’ and not your other affirmation,” I told her.

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    5. May 8, 2020 @ 1:04 am Atom

      “I sprained my ankle,” a woman said.
      “Which ankle did you sprain? Left or right?” I asked.
      “The right one. I can barely move it.”
      “What time of the day did you sprain it?”
      “Yesterday afternoon.”
      “Can you remember the exact time, or at least as close as possible?”
      “I got home about 1:00 p.m. No one was there, and I didn’t look at the clock, so I’d guess it was about 2:00 p.m.”
      “Let me ask you a crazy question. When you think of the pain and the inconvenience of spraining your ankle, what’s the very first color that pops into your mind? What color do you think of?”
      “Well, red.”
      “Just before you sprained your ankle, did a woman call you on the telephone and tell you she was moving away? Someone close to you, a friend or a relative?”
      “Yes, my daughter phoned me. She said she was moving to Iowa.” She started crying, releasing trauma.

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