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Jul 9, 2023Liked by Unbekoming

Funding my own destruction has become increasingly less attractive lately. Re the evil scientist rebranding himself as a savior...there's something so familiar about that story...lemme think a minute...

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I am beyond furious at Australian doctors for not recognising tick- bourne illnesses. I HATE doctors.

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Thank you for this very important information in an easy to understand way. I love Substack, but I tend to learn more and more things which makes me angry. The good part is I'm no longer naive.

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Jul 9, 2023Liked by Unbekoming

I hear from my friend in Avalon (upper north shore) that there are more and more people getting ill and enter into anaphylactic shock from eating ...beef. And that it’s believed to be caused by...tick bite. 😳

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Apparently, Osha and Artemesia herbs help healing Lyme disease : Herbal Relief of Lyme Disease

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqeaRXFgY7s&feature=youtu.be

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Jul 9, 2023Liked by Unbekoming

An extra-special Thank You for linking to the Author's Page and not to a**zon!

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Jul 9, 2023Liked by Unbekoming

Thanks for the reference to the book Bitten, I must read it. And thank you for the synopsis.

Strange you should mention ticks. We have been inundated with some kind of weird ticks over the last few weeks. These are tiny tiny things that I've never seen the likes of. They're not cattle ticks, dog ticks and I'm not sure they're even scrub ticks. My partner and I have had about 5 or 6 bites each over the last few weeks. We've been living in the same place for 5 years and only had one encounter 3 years ago. Anyway, the bite is a burning, itching and painful sensation until the thing is removed. And removal is only possible with a torch, tweezers and a magnifying glass after the tick has been killed else it injects more powerful toxin from its tiny body as it's being squeezed. Perfect bioweapon indeed!

So coincidentally(?) after the last tick bite, I came down with pretty bad flu like symptoms which I've had for 10 days. My partner hasn't got it, so who knows? So you just have to wonder whether these things could be aerosolized by the billions - the size is roughly one fifth the size of a pin head. We suffer from pretty toxic geoengineering here on the Sunshine Coast (Australia)... so who the hell knows what they've been up to. Unfortunately, these days nothing can ever be ruled out...

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Jul 9, 2023·edited Jul 9, 2023Liked by Unbekoming

I'm going to need to read this at some point. I'm realizing I want to know as much about medical history as I can. Not just vaccine. All of it.

One thing as a kid about Lyme disease and ticks that confused me was if they were this dangerous why wasn't it more of an issue before our time. Why only now? I remember reading a short snippet of a Mark Twain story where Huck or Sawyer is playing with a tick on his desk and being horrified. How could he be so cavalier about a tick. I guessed people just not realize they had it or didn't care? But that didn't seem right given how serious we were told it can be. But if it was a new phenomenon suddenly it makes a lot more sense.

As far as the scientists being the arsonist and the fireman (an expression I learned from my one company job I had once) I think the story of the rabies vaccine is highly suspect as well. Researcher happens upon a kid attacked by a rabid dog and just happens to have a remedy he's been working on ready to go? Or in all his experimentation on animals did that dog get out from under his research and happen upon a boy in the area?

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Jul 9, 2023Liked by Unbekoming

Amazing how a "new" disease just came into existence. Poof, it's magic. Sound familiar?

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Jul 9, 2023Liked by Unbekoming

Yes, definitely a US bioweapon. My sister had this and her symptoms were horrific. She has Down Syndrome and could not tolerate the heavy-duty anti-biotics and we had to treat it naturally. We did the herbal approach, and were having good luck with Buhner's book 1 protocol, but then my sister developed an allergy to one of the herbs (andrographis), so we had to switch and ended up doing Dr. David Jernigan's Borrellogen, which killed it.

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Jul 9, 2023Liked by Unbekoming

Thanks for doing this—I think that book planted one of my first “hmm” seeds about the US military. Interestingly, that book actually got some good press when it came out.

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Is the Pfizer Lyme "vaccine" "mRNA based" as far as we can know?

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Jul 9, 2023Liked by Unbekoming

Thank you for this amazing substack. My mother was injured by the original Lymerix vaccine. The mindless lemmings surrounding me in this tick-infested area are clamoring for Lymerix 2.0, and woe to the soul that tries to provide warning.

I shared your substack on fakebook - let’s see if it squeaks through shadowbanning.

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Jul 9, 2023·edited Jul 9, 2023Liked by Unbekoming

Oh I'm so-o-o-o glad that Pfizer is developing a Lyme vaccine. They're doing it for us, you know. To keep us safe.

I purchased and read "Bitten" this past winter - one of the best books I've read in quite a while, along with the books by Liam Scheff and Celia Farber that you recommended.

This is several years old, so you've probably already seen it. But in case you haven't, the author provides details and documentation on US bioweapons labs worldwide, going back decades, including mysterious illnesses that popped up in the vicinity of these labs, which I'm sure were just coincidences. Many of the illnesses were spread by insects which weren't even native to the area. IIRC, she presented this information to the United Nations, but of course it felt on deaf ears.

http://dilyana.bg/the-pentagon-bio-weapons/

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Interesting historic context for Plumb Island and Cold Spring Harbor's eugenics loving elite in Mathew Crawford's Campfire Wiki w lots of other toxic history gems!

https://www.campfire.wiki/doku.php?id=cold_spring_harbor

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Jul 9, 2023·edited Jul 9, 2023Liked by Unbekoming

There is another silent, debilitating and deadly plague but I don't know if it's been weaponized: Chagas disease aka Trypanosoma cruzi. Looking it up, cases are appearing in Australia/New Zealand but apparently not via its American transmitter which is a loathsome, stealthy bug which should be recognized and killed in all its stages.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chagas_disease

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triatominae

The cases appearing in Australia are supposedly primarily due to blood transfusions and organ transplants, but given the nature of these ghastly bugs, I find it incredibly difficult to believe that they haven't arrived on every warm continent via global shipping.

Our personal discovery happened when years ago we bought two lab puppies who, unbeknownst to us, were doomed from birth. Long, sad story short, we've learned that this bug hides everywhere. Its feeding process takes place when its subject is sleeping or just sitting still; injecting a kind of anesthesia, it sucks the blood and simultaneously defecates, leaving behind an itchy spot (like a mosquito) by which the subject unknowingly scratches and infects himself with the blood parasite. It's suspected that Charles Darwin died of this disease.

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