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I attended once before with my friend Felix. He told me at the time the group was “the quackos selling to the whackos.” So, although I was skeptical at first, once I got inside the thing in the photo below, I had no further doubts.

Fortunately, I found this booth first.

I had no idea what was in the Kool Aid, but they said it would cure what ailed me, so I drank it straight away.

Then, I got PEMF treatment.

I slept with the zombies.

Next, I went to Mark Houston’s lecture. He is the smartest guy in the room, and he described hundreds of aging cures. Here are a few of his hundred slides:

I’ve spent my life in dark rooms like this, looking at the backs of heads and slides I did not understand.

The mice without D were facing the Grim Reaper.

Houston sometimes gets confusing for retards like me.

So I went back to the exhibits to investigate something I could understand:

I’m not sure WTF this is, but it was obviously a cure.

The pulverized salt chambers made me cough.

I will get serious now.

“Allopathic” or standard medicine is a corrupt mess, and much of it is expressly designed to damage and even kill us. If you do not understand this yet, see my post “Almost Everything Scares Me These Days.” Not only are MDs supported by psychopathic corporations, but they are actively, albeit unknowingly, cooperating with the genocide. It is not just money; there are dark forces in play. Of course, part of what MDs do works, so you must carefully evaluate every health situation.

The functional/integrative/alternative doctors have no interest in hurting anyone, and much of what they do is vital and honest. That said, they are not above hyping ineffective treatments to make a buck. The problem for an outside observer like me is figuring out what is real and what is a waste of time. None of it is dangerous.

I asked someone I met at the conference, “How much of this is total nonsense?” He said, “At least 75 percent.” I am not so gloomy, but there is a lot of hype. For example, an aggressive, beautiful saleswoman asked me a dozen times to buy a rounded plastic coffin with red lights inside. It was $130,000—but I would, of course, get a discount.

Both integrative and conventional medicine are surrounded by forests of bulls*** and pseudoscience. For the standard medicine, the frauds are deeper. Although they obey the mathematical study models required by the FDA, the analysis and often the data are ruined.

The Alternatives try to make their explanations sound like the allopaths.’ My cynicism is so deep that I can hardly listen to any of it. All we have now is what our eyes see, and if we read credible reports, what others have seen. In other words, 1000 “anecdotes” become proof. And calling anything an “anecdote” is the language of our oppressors.

The most sophisticated of these practitioners use scans to identify diseases and deficiencies. They follow them at intervals to measure improvement. At the conference, I had three types of these scans, and they all pointed to the same deficiencies. It was not all good. I will post my results and what I am doing to fix the problems soon.

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3 Reasons There’s Something Sinister With the Big Push for Electric Vehicles

25 refrigerators. That’s how much the additional electricity consumption per household would be if the average US home adopted electric vehicles (EVs).

Congressman Thomas Massie—an electrical engineer—revealed this information while discussing with Pete Buttigieg, the Secretary of Transportation, President Biden’s plan to have 50% of cars sold in the US be electric by 2030.

The current and future grid in most places will not be able to support each home running 25 refrigerators—not even close. Just look at California, where the grid is already buckling under the existing load.

Massie claims, correctly, in my view, that the notion of widespread adoption of electric vehicles anytime soon is a dangerous fantasy based on political science, not sound engineering.

They’re trying to manufacture your consent for a scam of almost unimaginable proportions.

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