Sunday, June 07, 2020

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

debunking the narrative

The Covid Family X experiment is done.  Everyone survived with some symptoms to nothing at all.  Of course, the whole family was scared shitless, due to the insane amount of broadcasted propaganda they all had to endure.

This is the way it's supposed to be.  It takes about two weeks for a virus to cover the Earth and the vast majority never knew they even had it.  Some were sick for a few days to a few weeks but they're all the better for it.  We are designed to absorb viruses that our bodies use to build up our immune system.  It's as simple as that.

Unless your health is severely compromised or you have underlying respiratory problems, wearing masks and social distancing is the very worst thing you could do.  It keeps us from developing our own immune systems to fight off infection.  We survived 100,000 years instinctively doing just that.  This is the first time in history healthy people were coerced by our governments into doing the opposite of what nature intended... Cowering in our homes wearing masks with non-stop programming by the legacy media.

If you think your immune system isn't strong enough or you're fearful of exposing yourself to a faux pandemic, you can build up your immune system with vitamins D,C, and zinc.  Get outside and walk in the sun.  Stop being a victim.

Take some time and pay attention to what this woman says.  Then ask yourself why the brightest medical minds in government want to ruin the economy and put your life at risk.


     

Tuesday, May 05, 2020

corona family x 2

It's been like three weeks since I've been monitoring corona family x.  That poor family, locked away like a crazy uncle in the attic.  Three generations sealed in a house filled with corona virus fumes.  Nothing to eat but leftovers and pantry treats and the occasional goodies left on the doorstep by neighborhood good Samaritans.  Lepers in their own neighborhoods.  Diseased freaks re-inhaling death from China, locked away in home, with blinds closed and TV on, watching and waiting for the newest news about their horrid condition and death.  Oh, the humanity!

Only this house of multi-generational coronial infected victims seem like normal American shut-ins.  No symptoms outside of overweight and lethargy.  Certainly not enough to go to the hospital and have a tube shoved down their esophagus. 

I suspect the government is feeding us bullshit.


Thursday, April 16, 2020

Monday, April 13, 2020

corona family x

Every morning I turn on the radio to NPR for my daily dose of propaganda.  For awhile now, there doesn't seem to be any news outside of corona.  All they do is talk about it, interview "experts" to fire up the masses with panic and fear porn and how it's Trump's fault.  Yesterday they had a doctor on who said he took Hydroxychloroquine for his corona virus and didn't feel a thing, like it was just as good as nothing.  I'm thinking, "You're not dead, ya stupid bastard."  Yeah, this is my daily routine.  Judge me.

I realize no one really knows anything so I decided to conduct a study.

I found a family who tested positive for the virus.  Three generations in one house and all but one contracted it.  They watch TV and play games on their phones, have various ranges of health issues, and three generations so I can study the effects age has on this condition.  At this time, the whole house in on lock-down.

Ok, on the surface this sounds like a cold thing to do, secretly experiment on a bunch of people unfortunate enough to catch this virus.  If I could help I would, but since I can't, the best I could do is pay attention from a distance, take notes, and get the answers I'm looking for.  I'll get updates on their conditions from others they know to keep myself out of the picture.  I'll call them FAMILY X. 

Of course, they have no idea I'm doing this and I intend to keep it that way.   Considering the total bull shit that's flying about COVID-19, I'm sure I'll learn far more about this virus than what NPR decides to tell me.

I'll keep ya posted.



Monday, March 30, 2020

hand sanitizer

Since there's no hand sanitizer to be found, I thought I'd be resourceful and make my own.

This new and improved hand sanitizer came out at 130 proof.

Hell, this is better than the Dollar Store stuff.

Friday, March 13, 2020

toilet paper

Last night the local supermarket put up a wall of toilet paper.
Today it's gone.
There's a sign saying another toilet paper truck will be in tomorrow.

What does it say about a society that obsesses over toilet paper?

I can make a single roll last a week and that's if I eat nothing but apples and oil.

The other day I saw a guy pushing a shopping cart full of gallons of milk.  Nothing else.  Just milk.

I saw a lady pushing two shopping carts full of toilet paper.  Nothing else.  Just toilet paper.

Hand sanitizer, rubbing alcohol, and Clorox were gone in every store I went to.

Walmart had a plentiful supply of extra large eggs at $.78 for a dozen and a half.  They also had lots of butter and cheese.

BUT the priority is something to wipe your ass with.

Sometimes I despise the species.   

double field generator redesign #1

With all the wet weather and warm temps this winter, my cloudbuster lost it's footing and collapsed under it's own top-heavy weight.  A redesign is definitely in order.

I stripped it down to single parts and cemented a better footing but I can't use the same base due to the basic architecture.  Two large field generators pointing at a 40 degree angle would require a 20' counter balance.  So, I went to my junk pile.

Since aiming is no longer an issue, it's going to be a vertical stack with an orgone field generator opposite a top cement bubble.  I still have to work out the details but I got the base field generator assembly down.


I made this field generator years ago when I was cranking them out one after another, with the mofo being the last of this design.

It has an inner ring of extremely dense orgonite surrounding a mobius coil made from 100' of 18 gauge solid copper insulated wire.  The bulk of this unit is powdered iron oxide, aluminum and copper chips, and lots of sand, all held together with resin. 

At the base of the pipe is a medium density orgonite stopper used with a 2" stack.  After a few tests, using the orgonite stopper in this fashion puts out an impressive energy field.  Just what this project needs. 

The 4" PVC encloses the short stack and separates the stopper from the field generator.

A 1" copper pipe connects the two field generators.  I still have lots of cutting and shaping before the final assembly.  I'll post more when complete.

I just want to point out, as soon as I took this unit apart the sunshine and blue skies were replaced with overcast, cold, and semi-miserable weather.  Just a bunch of shitty days in a row.  Since I first built the double field generator in the original configuration before I took it apart, the weather was great.  From July to March the weather was pretty much spectacular.



Since this unit was designed for great weather, I'm betting there will be an improvement after I fire this up for the first time.

I guess we'll see.