Connect The Dots | Part 12

Up until now, the date for Covid-19 was established in December 2019. Do you remember the videos of people falling unconscious in China. They were everywhere. People took notice. And for good reason. Most people only fall unconscious after they’ve had too much to drink.

Yet slowly these videos are being wiped, like they never existed. Have a look on YouTube. Even on Twitter. You can still find some, but a majority of them are dead now. Why? Because they don’t want those videos hanging around, because they lead to too many questions.

Let’s look at the symptoms for that mystery of hypoxia being reported without any symptoms.

Now COVID-19 symptoms.

Yes they tell you blue lips are a result of having pneumonia with Covid-19. Yes that is possible. No doubt. But there’s still one aspect of the illness that doesn’t make sense, does it. A lack of smell.

What else could cause a lack of smell and the other symptoms?

Let’s look at hydrogen sulfide exposurePhoto phobia.

Wait a second here, these are looking mighty familiar with symptoms of Hydrogen Sulfide exposure resulting in Hypoxia.

Sleep problems becoming risk factor as pandemic continues.

Will coronavirus cause long-term chronic fatigue in some patients?

Now let’s get into some more details.

The patient, a woman, mentioned a strange, uncomfortable tingling, like pins and needles, almost a burning sensation, that shot down one side of her neck, one shoulder, one arm, and one side of her torso. The sensation had come out of the blue after a bout with COVID-19. “She couldn’t quite predict where she was going to be feeling it,” said Serena Spudich, chief of neurological infections and global neurology at Yale University School of Medicine, who first started hearing of the strange symptoms two months ago. Spudich, who has spent most of her career, until now, studying HIV and how it affects the brain, mentioned the strange, patchy neuropathy or nerve damage, on a few webinars attended by doctors across the United States. Neuropathy normally affects the longest nerves first, so the feet and hands. People later emailed Spudich. “Someone said she had experienced exactly this; another said, ‘I have a patient that is experiencing that.’’ Others infected with COVID-19 arrived at the Yale emergency department complaining of confusion or problems concentrating. Their thinking was muddled, their “mental status” out of whack. Some arrived with severe headaches. Colleagues at other hospitals have reported strokes and seizures in the COVID-19 infected. One Detroit hospital reported a case of a 58-year-old airline worker whose CT and MRI scans showed abnormal brain lesions and a damaged thalamus. She couldn’t answer any questions beyond giving her name. There is growing evidence of neurological complications and disease in patients with COVID-19,” Spudich and colleagues wrote in a new paper published online in JAMA Neurology. Still unclear is whether the virus itself is invading the central nervous system and brain, or whether the symptoms are the consequence of inflammation in the brain caused by an immune response run amok. “The bigger concern here is, if there has been some kind of virus entry into the brain, does it have long-lasting effects?” Spudich said. “We just don’t know.” A separate article published in the same journal suggests the virus is, in fact, gaining entry to the brain.

So let’s see, when you throw in exposure to Hydrogen Sulfide, suddenly the reported symptoms are making more sense, aren’t they? It also provides an explanation as to why the symptoms continue in some long after testing negative, doesn’t it? Neurobiological symptoms? Really? It’s starting to be easier to understand why doctors don’t know what’s going on, isn’t it?

Now before we keep calm and carry on, there are a couple of other oddities that you need to be aware of, and these oddities have been happening for a long time. Since around the year 2000, actually. These oddities involve scientists and researchers involved in HIV and immunology dying under mysterious circumstances. This is far too long a topic to get into today, but go ahead and look it up.

Suzanne Eaton, who went missing more than a week ago after going on a run, died of suffocation, police confirmed to the BBC. They say they are investigating the case as a criminal act. The 59-year-old molecular biologist from the world-renowned Max Planck Institute in Germany had been attending a conference on the island. She was found in a Nazi Bunker. That’s almost as strange as all the HIV researchers dying in the Malaysian Airlines crash.

Odd isn’t it. It’s a good thing the first patients to be cured of HIV still happened in 2015 after all those deaths, isn’t it?

Doctor who cured ‘Berlin patient’ of HIV: ‘We knew we were doing something very special’.

Second ‘cured’ HIV patient goes public. Mar. 9, 2020 · The medical intervention that apparently cured both people is not widely applicable at this time, however. Oh. Ok. Moving on. This must be all that fake news we keep getting warned about. Thank God for fact checks.

Before I get this post moving forward again, I do have to bring up the certain fake news about linking HIV to this virus. HIV doctors commenting on it. The Nobel Prize winner Monseigneur last week told the French CNews channel: “There was manipulation around this virus … the coronavirus of the bat, someone added sequences, in particular of HIV, the virus of AIDS … It is not natural. It’s the work of professionals, of molecular biologists … A very meticulous work.”

What Monseigneur spreads is “fake news” that started in March with a manuscript posted by an Indian team on a website where scientists share ongoing analyses without waiting for expert verification, added Schwartz. “The Indian team ended up withdrawing their manuscript. My personal opinion is that these Indian researchers were in good faith at the outset in their desire to analyze the genome of the virus, and they realized their error later. But Professor Monseigneur has taken up a whimsical theory,” he said. 

Ah, fake news. Perfect. I understand. This Nobel prize winner better get with the program, because a month later he was still sticking to his facts. Let’s hope he isn’t suffering from COVID-19 delusional conspiracy theory syndrome.

Now let’s get back to the news that hasn’t been declared fake news yet, at least until the news gets out and we have to be told it’s fake.

First coronavirus case found in France in December.

Then in Italy.

Then in Spain in March 2019.

So that timeline is getting pushed back even more. It’s starting to look like we can reopen the wet markets and have bat soup again! Thank God. Wuhan is off the hook. All of those Chinese scientists who were sent back home…oh. wait a minute. Suddenly it looks rather suspicious now. Before it made sense to blame China after reading about the deported scientists in Canada and the shut down at Fort Detrick in August. But clearly something is happening. It’s like a game of counterespionage being played. It’s much easier to lay blame when the evidence is obvious, isn’t it? Or maybe the virus was leaked well ahead of time and they just found out? No way to know, so let’s move on.

So the virus was found in March 2019, indicating that it was out in the wild doing it’s thing, so why weren’t we all getting so sick and why did it happen all at once?

Good question. Let’s see what else happened at that time?

THE sudden and unexpected deaths of tourists staying at resorts in the Dominican Republic has led to speculation over their mysterious deaths. A total of 16 tourists have died after falling ill on the Caribbean island in just over a year, in a scenario many have questioned as not coincidental.

In 2018 a total of four people died. Three heart attacks and one kidney failure. There was another undetermined death in 2019 January, and then a lot of respiratory failures starting in, March 2019. In fact, around sixteen hundred tourists got sick.

They must have been ordering a ton of Corona to drink, right? Is that why the FBI and the CDC + the WHO started investigating in June?

Alright, I’ve already stayed that I believe this virus is coupled with the increasing levels of hydrogen sulfide outgassing on our planet, and we now know that the previous pandemic timeline is wrong, so why the Dominican Republic? How did that kick it off?

MIAMI – Slimy, stinky brown seaweed that ruins beach goers’ vacations from Mexico to Florida may be the new normal unless Brazil halts Amazon deforestation, experts say. The culprit, called sargassum, turns clear-blue seawater a murky brown and smells like rotten eggs when it washes ashore and starts to rot. In the British Virgin Islands, the layer of seaweed is 7 feet (2meters) thick. Punta Cana, a beach in the Dominican Republic that is famous for its clear water, has turned brown. Barbados recently declared a national emergency. Mexico has called in the navy to restore the beauty of tourist hub Cancun. A study published in July by the University of South Florida in the journal Science concluded that the seaweed problem, which started in 2001 and showed peaks in 2015 and 2018, is here to stay. Satellite imagery shows blooms of sargassum form at the mouth of the Amazon. From there it spreads across the Atlantic, from the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico to Africa. Scientists named it the Great Atlantic Sargassum Belt (GASB). In 2015 and 2018, it stretched over nearly 5,592 miles. In June of last year, its biomass exceeded 20 million tons.

Oh. Seaweed producing hydrogen sulfide. People getting sick and dying. COVID-19 already in the wild. Whelp, maybe this is why they’re so insistent on a second wave?

And do you remember all the vaping deaths? Here’s a quick thought, maybe they aren’t getting reported now, cause, you know, COVID-19?

But how would that work, you ask? You can’t control a virus. Actually, you can.

Stealth Viruses Stealth viruses are viral infections that enter cells and remain dormant for an extended amount of time until triggered externally to cause disease. In the context of warfare, these viruses could be spread to a large population, and activation could either be delayed or used as a threat for blackmail. Personalized Bioweapons In coming years it may be conceivable to design a pathogen that targets a specific person’s genome. This agent may spread through populations showing minimal or no symptoms, yet it would be fatal to the intended target.

That was posted in March 2013. Do you even seriously for one second think they haven’t made any advances?

There is more, but it will have to come up in a later post. Look. This is serious. This is real. Viruses can be triggered by environmental toxins, like industrial pollution or natural hydrogen sulfide emissions. Is this what’s happening? Is there a link between COVID-19 and our immune system, and why did it happen suddenly everywhere?

How long has it been around for and what does this mean about the environment if it is triggered by external conditions?

And does a low viral load mean that’s it’s hiding?

Is this why they are claiming it won’t go away? Is this why the vaccine is being pushed so much? Or are we going to see the vaccine become an impossible dream?

I would lay money that Covid-19 is being used to cover up whats happening with the environment, and possibly to make it more lethal.

Oh. One last thing, once again John Hopkins was getting ready.

Last September, the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island, ran a two-day wargame called Urban Outbreak 2019, in which 50 experts combatted a notional pandemic.

Something stinks about all this.

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