Thursday, April 30, 2009

pearls before swine

In 1976 a swine flu epidemic broke out in the states, resulting in over 25 deaths. Actually, only one death was from the swine flu. The others were a direct result from the vaccine used to prevent swine flu.

Practice makes perfect.

In March 2009, Baxter Industries unleashed live avian flu mixed in with their avian flu vaccine to 18 counties. It was only by providence that the batch was first tested on ferrets in the Czech Republic, before being shipped out for injection into humans. The ferrets all died and the shocking discovery was made.

Since the probability of mixing a live virus biological weapon with vaccine material by accident is virtually impossible, this leaves no other explanation than that the contamination was a deliberate attempt to weaponize the H5N1 virus to its most potent extreme and distribute it via conventional flu vaccines to the population who would then infect others to a devastating degree as the disease went airborne.

The fact that Baxter mixed the deadly H5N1 virus with a mix of H3N2 seasonal flu viruses is the smoking gun. The H5N1 virus on its own has killed hundreds of people, but it is less airborne and more restricted in the ease with which it can spread. However, when combined with seasonal flu viruses, which as everyone knows are super-airborne and easily spread, the effect is a potent, super-airbone, super deadly biological weapon.

If not for the quick response of this Czech technician, we might be in the middle of a world-wide pandemic with a couple million people already dead.

I wonder about the technician who first caught this "mistake." I wonder if it hit him that he was directly responsible for saving the lives of every human on Earth. I can't help thinking he knows this was no mistake and that someone at Baxter had intentionally tried to start a pandemic, killing millions of people for the sole purpose of making a lot of money. Do his family and friends have any idea what they owe this man? When his wife asked him how his day went, did he tell her he saved the world but didn't get his raise? Did strangers at the local watering hole buy him drinks for nipping in the bud the pandemic of the century? Does anyone know the name of this guy?

In April 2009 Baxter Industries was selected by the World Health Organization (WHO) to produce a vaccine for the up and coming swine flu pandemic.

SKREEEEEEEK!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Holy kerfuck, Batman!

Baxter Industries was chosen to inoculate everyone on the planet with a vaccine less than a month after they tried to kill everyone on the planet with a vaccine????

Pardon my French but this is some fucked up shit right here. Is this the planet Bizzaro? Have we just stepped into the fifth dimension? We sure stepped into something because the number 1 psychopathic drug company, fixated on killing us all, has just got the green light to do so and God help us all.

I wonder if there are other technicians working for Baxter who know what this outfit is up to. I wonder if any of them put the pieces together and figured out that the world elites have openly stated they want the world population reduced by 80%, decades ago. I wonder how many technicians have thought about testing some of these new vaccines at the next Bilderberg meeting?

I wonder if the universe is already planning a little karmic payback.

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Sunday, April 19, 2009

JoKamel

lesbian brains

A detail of the new orgone field generator hooked up to the base of the PVC CB. Note the garden hose connecting it to ground water, and the speaker wire connected to the Earth battery. Who says I'm mad, now? They thought I was mad at the Masters and Johnson clinic. It was me who first found out how to make a man impotent by hiding his hat, and that clitoral orgasm wasn't just for women. And I was the first person to show a connection between excessive masturbation and a career in politics. They threw me out of Masters and Johnson just because I made a 400- foot diaphragm. Birth control for an entire nation at once! No severance pay, either. But I'll show those bastards at Masters and Johnson when I take the brain from a lesbian and put it in a man who works for the telephone company.

But I digress...

Anyway, since I first hooked up this device the sky has never been cleaner and the weatherman looks like a fool each time he predicts nasty weather.

Maybe I should put the brain of a lesbian in a man who works for the weather bureau.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

orgone field generator III

When Mary showed me the bundt cake pan her parents gave her, I knew it was going to be used for making orgonite instead of some kind of dessert. Little did her parents know, I was looking far and wide for just this kind of pan to make my new toroidal orgone field generator.

It's the shape, man! That over-sized bagel look is just what the PhD ordered, and if my thought processes are correct, this will make one, ass-kickin' addition to my PVC cloudbuster. More on that later...

The important thing is the doughnut shape of this device is perfect for maximizing the energy flow from the embedded mobius coil and should concentrate all of it's power in the center, where it belongs. The idea is to use this device to supercharge any crystal or chunk of orgonite, not unlike injecting helium through the intake manifold of your car, and make it kick some serious ass, and use a very small package to do it in.

The construction is very simple... Clear poly resin with powdered brass, copper and aluminum with some crystal fragments. The heart of this unit is 20 feet of wire formed into a toroidal mobius coil, that you can see in the above photo. The silver is aluminum tape, used to hold it together and protect it from resin seeping in.

This isn't a passive device. It won't do much, unless it's powered up by something, and in this case, I might go for an Earth battery, since this unit is designed for the field. Using a series of magnets for a power supply isn't entirely out of the question, either. I have about a week's worth of testing before I can get a feel what this beast's potential is.

I find it interesting that lately I've been making orgonite and bread at the same time. It's not like I plan it this way. I mean, both are time-consuming, requiring preparation and specific ingredients. Both require a significant amount of time where they have to just sit there, like letting the resin set and letting the bread dough rise. Both have a surprise ending, where you never know exactly what they're going to turn out like, but you're always delighted with the finished product.



I'm not sure what it all means, but right after the orgone field generator came out of the mold, the rye bread came out of the oven. What's more, the rye surprised me by manifesting i's very own fontanelle, and that delights the hell out of me.

Strange world, ain't it?

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Thursday, April 09, 2009

Hematite HHG

The astounding success of the lapis HHG got me thinking about the use of specific crystals geared toward specific physical, emotional, and spiritual areas traditional western medicine can't seem to touch without cutting, burning, or poisoning.

The rationale is, if embedding lapis in a chunk of orgonite can amplify the positive effects of the lapis, i.e., induce deep, healthy sleep, free from drugs, why not repeat the experiment using a crystal specific to a completely different ailment?

Hematite is one of those crystals that has gained attention as an aid to help people cope with back pain. In my line of work, I come across all kinds of people every day, and a few of them wear hematite bracelets to let them continue playing golf or reduce their dependence on drugs. I happen to be one of those people with a train wreck for a lower back from a lifetime of heavy abuse, and I'm not crazy about the only method western science has for this sort of condition, namely, drugs or surgery (poisoning or cutting).

Sounds like a nice place to start.

I made a traditional HHG using five quartz crystals, copper, aluminum, and a thumbnail-sized chunk of hematite in the center, and placed this unit under my bed to see what would happen.

The result is nothing short of absolutely, fuckin' amazing! I woke up the next morning feeling great, and had the best day I've had in recent memory. The first thing that went through my mind was the placebo effect ... Was this in my head? Is it merely mind over matter? Do I feel better because I think I feel better? The immediate answer that came back was, so what? Who cares what the source of the relief was, as long as there's relief.

Apparently, the effect was so dramatic that I just didn't believe it. How could something affect a lower back without taking something internally or topically? I repeated the experiment for a week, and each day I felt better than the day before. Each day I experienced more mobility, less pain, and as a result, less fatigue (it takes a lot out of you to fight off low-level pain all the time).
Also, if it works for back pain, why can't it work for other things like fibromyalgia, arthritis, and tons of other problems Big Pharma has a lock on?

Now, I'm not saying this is a cure. In our FDA-controlled atmosphere, something like this will never get on the market, no matter what the research indicates. Unless you're a big drug company or you specialize in cutting, burning or poisoning, you'll never get the green light from FDA.

It wasn't too long ago I found a cure for poison ivy and bumped heads with those FDA bastards when I tried to market it. I was told by some FDA ass-clown named Harold that in order to market a natural active ingredient, I would have to spend 3 million dollars in research before I could submit it to them for approval. I was then promised they would never approve it, no matter how much I spent. Years later, I worked with a local university in a project to market this very same poison ivy cure. They were gung ho in researching this product, especially after they experienced firsthand that it wasn't just for poison ivy but damn near any skin condition from eczema to acne. When this university contacted FDA for approval, they talked to the same ass-clown I did years before, who told them the same story he told me, except the research cost was now 300 million dollars, followed by the same promise of non-acceptance, PLUS they would send their goon squad to my house to seize my assets if I tried to market it without their blessing.

All I can say is fuck you, Harold, and the asshole company you work for.

But I digress....

I plan to make some more of these hematite HHGs and conduct my own study, just to see if I'm on the right track. If this can work on back pain, it'll open a whole world of possibilities where all you'll need is a suitable HHG with the proper crystal arrangement to improve any part of your being without having to resort to Big Pharma's voodoo potions or going under the knife.

BTW, if you're looking for relief from poison ivy rash or have a skin condition you don't mind experimenting with, let me know and we can work something out.

Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Italian Easter Pie

Easter, for me, has always been kielbasi, hard boiled eggs, ham, horseradish, and seeded rye bread but some times I wish I was born Italian because those folks make a thing called Easter pie made with meats, cheeses, and eggs surrounded by a soft pie crust. The first time I had Easter pie it left such a culinary memory I found myself jonesing for it every year about this time.

This year I decided to do something about it.

I casually asked friends and strangers if they knew about Easter pie, and if they did I'd hit them up for a recipe. All those who had a recipe said they'd get it to me but time was running out and the last thing I wanted to do was find a way to make this online.
Maybe it's me but I found the majority of those online recipe places have a lot of stuff that just doesn't quite cut it for me. Most of the time it's standard recipes with a few odd abhorations like macaroni and cheese with diced carrots and salsa, or borscht with a cup of vodka and cilantro. What I wanted was a basic recipe that I can alter instead of someone else.

Yesterday, I not only received two completely different recipes for Easter pie but one of these people brought me in a slice to see what it's supposed to look and taste like.
Monica, the one who brought in the slice, gave me her original recipe card, complete with gravy stains. Lori compiled a four page report including a formula for paska bread.

Alright! Now I have something to work with.

Anyone who knows me can tell you I'll follow a recipe for only so long before I have to change things around. For example, instead of sweet Italian sausage I substituted hot, and where it suggested mozzarella, ricotta, and Parmesan cheese I just had to add sharp provolone. I also added capicola along with the ham and prosciutto. I considered tossing in some kielbasi but quickly perished that thought. I mean, this is supposed to be Italian Easter Pie, not Italian Slovak Easter Pie, right?

I did a few other things I was told I shouldn't do, like using a corningware bowl instead of a pie pan, but I was remarkably surprised with the result. At first, I thought the hot Italian sausage might overpower it but the cheeses did their work and managed to impart this delightful even heat exchange with a rich flavor of old world Italian spice.

I promised I'd save Monica a slice. It seems that may be the most difficult part of this whole project.


I didn't want to clog this up with a bunch of pictures in a how-to format, but if you want the details, shoot me an email and I'll be glad to send you the instructions, complete with pictures and commentary.

Monday, April 06, 2009

Thursday, April 02, 2009

No Citizen Left Behind

It should be pretty obvious by now that no one in the Federal Government knows anything about balancing the budget. Well, I do.

Here's what needs to happen.

1. Get rid of a few deadwood federal departments like the Department of Education. These guys are worthless, and don't deserve our 65 billion dollars a year. How much can you save by not brainwashing your kids?

2. Eliminate the Environmental Protection Agency. We got along without the EPA for the first 200 years of our nation. We can get along without their massive, bloated budget today.

3. Eliminate the Drug Enforcement Administration. Suffice it to say, everyone knows someone in prison that's not supposed to be there because of these guys. The only reason you're not in prison is because they haven't framed you, yet.

4. Eliminate the Department of the Interior. Show me where it says the federal government can own land and I'll take this one back. Federal lands should belong to the states they're located in. Yellowstone National Park should be Yellowstone State Park, or just Yellowstone.

5. Eliminate the Federal Reserve. This is NOT a federal agency. This is a private bank owned by foreign bankers who hold the promissory note on this country. Our elected leaders sold us down the toilet on this one back in 1913. The Fed is responsible for virtually every problem this country has, including the current economic crisis.

6. Eliminate the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS is the Federal Reserve's gestapo bulldog. These guys wear the ugly mask the Fed hides behind. The Federal Reserve Act has never been ratified. There is no law saying you must pay income tax. Every dime of income tax you pay goes straight to the coffers of the Federal Reserve, never to be seen again.

7. Eliminate Homeland Security. On the surface, it sounds like Mom's apple pie, but it's much more than that. Homeland Security is designed to secure their homeland from YOU by tapping your phones, reading your mail, chip you, making airline trips a living hell, overseeing FEMA concentration camps for "prisoners of war", national I.D., and a whole lot more I don't want to get into. Let's just say Mom's apple pie is artificially enhanced with FDA-approved arsenic.

8. Eliminate the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms. How the hell an outfit like ATF ever got started in this country is beyond me. Alcohol, tobacco, and firearms are all legal and protected under the Constitution. How did we ever get guilted into allowing an agency to regulate our rights? Way past time to take 'em back. Get rid of this agancy now.

9. Screw this elimination of agencies one by one. Just get rid of all federal "agencies". FDA, USDA, AMA, are all corrupt to the core, and have been bought and paid for by Big Pharma, Monsanto, and anyone else with a suitcase full of federal notes. These guys have all outlived their usefulness long ago, and have stepped into the territory of extreme danger to humanity.

10. No more career politicians. Forced term limits on ALL elected positions.

11. Enforce anti-trust laws and strengthen labor laws. After all, who's the engine that keeps this economy going?

12. All those who received bailout money since November 2008 will be required to pay back the note in full within 30 days of this notice, or their assets will be seized.

13. Monsanto must be dissolved and its officers thrown in prison for crimes against humanity. In case you're not aware, this is a company that has single handedly destroyed the planets food supply for no other reason but profit and control.

14. Now that we got Chrysler, General Motors, and Ford by the balls, force them to produce free energy vehicles, at an incredibly cheap price, or scrap their companies and give it to Tesla Motor Co.

15. Stop all federal funding to colleges and universities and let them stand or fall on their own abilities to provide proper education. It's a business like any other.

16. States' rights must be the law of the land. The only way this country can survive is by the banding together of individual, autonomous states with their own laws and self interest without the tyranny of an absentee bureaucracy 1,000 miles away.

17. We need a new economy, and it needs to be modeled after the commodities market. The reason the commodities market functions so successfully is because there's no debt. Obligations are met instantly and all books are balanced by the end of the day. If you owe money, by day's end, you cough it up or you can expect to have your assets seized. You play, you pay.

18. Hands off the Internet. Anyone who proposes to control the Internet will have their names, addresses, and phone numbers posted so any psycho with alcohol, tobacco, and firearms can pay them a home visit.

19. No paramilitary activities by any law enforcement. This isn't a police state. Police can wear a standard uniform like a mail carrier, but no riot gear for the purpose of scaring the shit out of Ma and Pa Kettle because they got a tip they had pot in their garden. Serpico didn't wear Kevlar. Neither should Barney Fife.

20. Restore habeas corpus. It's our individual right to force our accusers to present the evidence against us and to give us the opportunity to rebut it. Our last president took habeas corpus away, and our new president won't even address this issue, which speaks volumes.

21. The mainstream news media has become a bunch of rancid, corporate whores. We need to be properly informed. Currently, publishers, i.e. owners of newspapers, dictate what news is reported. This in turn is dictated to them by corporate and government interests, which makes the news media a propaganda mill. This needs to stop now. No. 1: Publishers need to give their editors autonomy. No. 2: Editorial boards need to be comprised of ordinary citizens, as opposed to heads of business, that sit on them today. This should be law. Case in point, do you think Woodward and Bernstein could break Watergate today? If you do you're an idiot. There's probably 100 Watergates going on right now and we'll never hear about them because our media is owned. Perry White's publisher never told him what to do and as a result, Lois Lane won the Pulitzer.

"It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government." - David Rockefeller in Baden-Baden, Germany, 1991, thanking major media for keeping secret for decades the movement of the prophetic one world government.

22. Make government lobbying illegal. If you get pulled over and offer the cop a hundred dollars to tear up the ticket, you'll find yourself in jail. There should be no difference between that and offering bribes to elected officials.

23. Eliminate, eviscerate, and obliterate the Department of Defense. This department is misnamed. It's actually the Department of Offense, and since its inception in 1947, it has sucked the lifeblood out of everyone on the planet. The only force on the planet who thinks they're capable of invading this nation is the federal Department of Defense. Woe betide any nation or group of nations willing to aggressively set boots on American ground. They will definitely be met with very heavy resistance, provided we've neutralized our biggest threat ... the federal government, who would roll over and give the store away. But a state-by-state military campaign would never be won. From the reddest-necked southern cracker to the limpest-wristed San Franciscan, we'll all fight to the death with gasoline bombs, handguns, and swords until there's no invader left breathing American air.

Keep in mind, this isn't their country. It's ours. If we don't take it back, they won't give it to us.
And once we get it back it'll be bastardized and tainted with the stink of tyranny.

"Lead, follow, or get out of the way." -Thomas Paine

Wednesday, April 01, 2009