I see no point nor evidence here. Your man made fiction story doesn't mention "mineral deposits" but only onyx which is a decorative sort of quartz. Even gold isn't gold but most likely amber. That comes really short as a proof of the alien's implication in the old age of (recent) humanity and in the mining activity.Now the Lord God had planted a garden in the east, in Eden; and there he put the man he had formed. 9 The Lord God made all kinds of trees grow out of the ground—trees that were pleasing to the eye and good for food. In the middle of the garden were the tree of life and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.
10 A river watering the garden flowed from Eden; from there it was separated into four headwaters. 11 The name of the first is the Pishon; it winds through the entire land of Havilah, where there is gold. 12 (The gold of that land is good; aromatic resin[d] and onyx are also there.) 13 The name of the second river is the Gihon; it winds through the entire land of Cush.[e] 14 The name of the third river is the Tigris; it runs along the east side of Ashur. And the fourth river is the Euphrates.
DO you find it odd that the book of Genesis refers to mineral deposits in the land of Eden???
By itself, it is not proof, but taken with all the other multi-disciplinary evidence from ancient texts (many pre-date and source the bible) , archeology, anthropology etc, the pieces start fitting together in a way that threatens to destroy the paradigm you believe in.I see no point nor evidence here. Your man made fiction story doesn't mention "mineral deposits" but only onyx which is a decorative sort of quartz. Even gold isn't gold but most likely amber. That comes really short as a proof of the alien's implication in the old age of (recent) humanity and in the mining activity.
Google translation of France Soir Article: This letter is in support of the petition for the suspension of vaccination against covid-19 which was presented to you by Messrs. Yativ and Seligmann. I am Luc Montagnier, doctor of medicine, professor emeritus at the Institut Pasteur in Paris, director of research emeritus at CNRS, Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for the discovery of the AIDS virus. I am an expert in virology, having devoted much of my research to RNA viruses, in particular mouse encephalomyocarditis, Rous sarcoma virus, HIV 1 and HIV 2 virus. Considerable effort has gone into vaccination against the coronavirus covid-19 responsible for a global pandemic. In particular, the State of Israel has organized a mass vaccination of its population so far, 49% of its total population has received two doses of Pfizer vaccine. I would first like to stress the novelty of this type of vaccine. In conventional vaccines, the genetic information carried by viral DNA or RNA is inactivated and virus proteins are used to induce vaccine antibodies. In some cases, the virus remains alive, but is attenuated by successive passages in vitro. In the case of so-called RNA messenger vaccines, these vaccines are made from an active fraction of the RNA of the virus that will be injected into the vaccinated person. It therefore penetrates the cells of the latter which will manufacture the vaccine proteins from the code of the injected RNA. We can immediately see that this last step depends a lot on its success on the physiological state of the recipient. I would like to summarize the potential dangers of these vaccines in a mass vaccination policy. 1. Short-term side effects: these are not the normal local reactions found for any vaccination, but serious reactions involve the life of the recipient such as anaphylactic shock linked to a component of the vaccine mixture. , or severe allergies or an autoimmune reaction up to cell aplasia. 2.lack of vaccine protection: 2.1 induction of facilitating antibodies - the induced antibodies do not neutralize a viral infection, but on the contrary facilitate it depending on the recipient. The latter may have already been exposed to the virus asymptomatically. A low level of naturally induced antibodies may compete with the antibodies induced by the vaccine. 2.2 The production of antibodies induced by vaccination in a population highly exposed to the virus will lead to the selection of variants resistant to these antibodies. These variants can be more virulent or more transmissible. This is what we are seeing now. A never-ending virus-vaccine race that will always turn to the advantage for the virus. 3. Long-term effects: Contrary to the claims of the manufacturers of messenger RNA vaccines, there is a risk of integration of viral RNA into the human genome. Indeed, each of our cells has endogenous retroviruses with the ability to reverse transcriptase RNA into DNA. Although this is a rare event, its passage through germ cell DNA and its transmission to future generations cannot be excluded. “In the face of an unpredictable future, it is better to abstain. " Professor Luc Montagnier
but scared enough to experiment with ingesting horse dewormer.Another Stigism...
Vioxx was prescribed for headaches.. killed at least 60,000 people, with some estimates as high as 500,000.
What if it was a medicine that caused your leukemia in the first place?
I haven't taken a prescription drug other than doxy for Lyme for over 30 years.
I'm not afraid of Covid or the flu and there is no way I would ever take a vaxxine. NFW
Once again Stig you misquote me. I said there is a chance the lukemia was caused by a tainted polio vaxxine from '58-'63. While falling down the steps and breaking your foot is a function of your karma for all the nastiness you put out in the world. You're dealing with it, but don't seem to be learning much from it.Daniel, you have told me over and over that my leukemia came about as a direct result of me repeatedly saying you can't use a saw for shit.
Karma and all that bull.
Now, because that fits your story better, it was suddenly brought about by medicine.
It is kinda hard to take you seriously.
I'm would consider myself very far from naive about modern medicine, as you know my recent struggle with aggressive lymphoma has been quite the education. I should be dead, and if i was born in a less fortunate location or time period i would be. You will be happy to know i just received results from my last biopsy that show that, for now and to the best of our knowledge, that I'm in remission. That doesn't mean I'm out of the woods by any means, but it's definitely very good news. I'm very confused at you being against basic cancer screening including mammograms, which have saved 2 of my aunts so far. While it obviously doesn't save everyone, they are getting better every day.Your naivete in having so much faith in the medical-industrial complex is remarkable. Are you not able to see how science has been prostituted for profits? Your facts and your logic are both lacking.
Did it ever occur to you that only stuff that's actually reviewed for safety and efficacy should be sold to people? That's honestly a no brainer, we expect the same for the equipment we use for cutting trees. If the approval process is too strict that's a debate we could have, but despite those costs we still have mistakes, so which is it? Finally, i actually have a prescription for vitamin D, and they are using it to treat indolent lymphoma in between relapses (indolent lymphoma is slow but mostly terminal for now), in a modern medicine setting. Yup, vitamin D is currently being used to treat types of blood cancers, which are very very expensive to treat using other stuff. It obviously isn't the same as cancer drugs, but they have noted it's effectiveness so it's actually prescribed.But what I did say in every public appearance was that due to the way the system is set up there isn't a level playing field between natural remedies and prescription drugs. Only FDA-approved medicines and devices can be used to prevent or treat disease. The cost of such approval runs around 300-500 million. No one is going to spend that kind of money on any unpatentable remedy. Vitamin C or Laetrile, or DMSO, or Vit D, or even off-patent drugs such as Ivermectin. So don't expect to see much science behind natural remedies.
Kevin, I backed off after a couple of months because I read that it might cause a drop in testosterone and felt my love life might have been suffering. I still keep Ivermectin on hand at all times, and should I notice any symptoms I will get right on it.it just seems like an extreme reaction to the situation.