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Will life ever return to normal? + a visit to my hospital

I took a little bit of a break yesterday hence no diary.

It seems our beloved UK Prime Minister, Boris, is not giving anything away about a time or even if a lockdown will finish. One thing that is quite clear from the three-day virtual conference I attended over the weekend was that he is surrounded by people bought and paid for by Bill Gates who is a eugenicist and vaccine enthusiast. It is vital to see that this is a tool of fear, the coronavirus, which is a normal flulike virus, is being used as the excuse.  I’m already preparing myself to say no to a vaccine will be hastily rushed out. NB He is actually saying that football games can only take place if people are vaccinated. This is so clumsy. A vaccine is months if not years away and people will just not have it. They will rebel.

So, I had a 4:30 PM appointment with the eye Department of the Royal United Hospital in Bath.  I drove into virtually empty park-and-ride at Odd Down. There were about 20 cars there in total normally about 200. I took a Number 4 bus, resplendent in its new blue livery which went straight to the RUH. I was the only person upstairs and there was the lady downstairs at the back somewhere.  I arrived to find the hospital virtually deserted. There was a service of sorts at the cafeteria on the ground floor.

They obviously take this social distancing thing seriously. The corridors were out, put it empty which is not surprising since visitors are banned in most of the wards were empty or near empty.

The lively cafeteria on the ground floor was reserved for staff. I had my normal peroration viewing all the delightful photographs and paintings on the corridor walls.

Elderly man giving directions – the road to Villavieja, Columbia
Pair of Bateleurs

In the waiting room of the Eye Department, they have stripped away the chairs and were putting sticky tape on the floor, goodness knows why. I went to my appointed place and waited for my injection. We were placed in separate cubicles away from other people. I was given a mask which I reluctantly put on. The nurse and the administering Doctor noticed that I had a bloodshot eye and quickly summoned a specialist doctor who pronounced that no infection or damage had happened and the condition will naturally heal. He said things often look worse than they are even if one blood vessel has broken. The consultation lasted about 1 min but I received the knowledge that I need to help make myself comfortable.

This evening, we had a Christian men’s group meeting by Zoom. It takes a bit of getting used to but is largely intuitive. I like the screen share when you can show anything including a whiteboard where you control things and everyone can see it. The meeting lasted for an hour. Time flew because everyone was so keen to give their testimony so we did have a lot to share. We ended the time with prayer and I felt invigorated.

All in all, a good day.

I should not be shocked any more but I read that Bill Gates has offered a bribe of $10 million to Nigeria if they would agree to compulsorily vaccinating all the inhabitants. There was immediate protest from the opposition party. Oh that we could have such an opposition in the Labour Party but they seem to be being muted. By what? Cowardice.

Yet another day in paradise

So, it being a lovely warm day, we could not resist visiting the place we went to yesterday, a valley apparently forgotten by civilization or more cynically possibly too difficult to commercialize. This time we approached from the top parking on the A39 . Here is a map to show you the starting and parking points should you be interested. The upper one is on the main road at the junction with the yellow track. Go through the signed gate and walk down the side of the field. After about 150m you will see a five bar gate which is the entrance to the walk.

As good a place to start as any is at the very bottom of the map about 3 cm from the left side you will see a square. By that, there is a ramblers gate which you go through and off you go. You can park opposite on the main road.

I think it’s a very good place to have a picnic. Now I’m recommending this because this is a unique time of year, when both the bluebells and garlic is out. Even with this social distancing you will only pass people occasionally so you can avoid others if you want. Allow at least two hours for the walk and that will not be enough to traverse the whole valley. I would take suitable walking shoes.

We met a delightful Muslim men and invited him, forgetting it was Ramadan, to eat some garlic leaves. He said he could not during the day but he was full of the joys of spring and praise God for the wonderful views of the environment. How nice is nature without the interference of man.

The main part of this diary is showing you some images which I took on the way with brief comments. No question – instant refreshment in these potentially troubling times

Boots recommended in wet weather – it is not a plain path all the way
I love seeing trees lie where they fall
garlic anybody?
I wonder what the landscape was like to justify such a bridge when it seems to be in an impassable area. Maybe earlier slate works.
these branches have divided themselves in old age
difficult to see what this was, perhaps a refuge against the weather

 

 

more wonderful nature at its best –

Strawberry roulade

I went to my favourite eating establishment, Hartley’s Kitchen‘  which is in the middle of nowhere but surprisingly busy. Paul, the owner, takes great delight in serving the public and as a result has a local following second to none.  As we arrived, he was off to do a delivery to someone who could not come to the restaurant. You may ask, in these days of lockdown, how the restaurant is open. The answer is that he is using the allowed takeaway  facility, closing the restaurant itself but allowing people to take food away or as in our case sitting outside and eating. We had the best fish and chips I’ve had for a long time, good quality fish and thin batter. I had bread pudding with orange and custard and Francoise had a roulade.

I don’t think we should underestimate the damage caused by this dreadful propaganda that everyone is infectious and should keep 2 m away from each other.. As I said before, the virus has come and gone and we are seeing a residual effect in a few corners. The way people are behaving you’d think we all had the bubonic plague. I notice that people are more nervous now about speaking, making eye contact, that when I walk along they get out of the way in exaggerated fashion. I think fear is something you can almost smell. I try to tell people that the worst was over and that herd immunity had taken hold of the vast majority but I might as well have saved my breath.

One of the waitresses at Paul’s is from South Africa; she had the most strange accent which I would not have identified as South African. This time I queried further and she said she was from Bloemfontein which is somewhat of the West of Lesotho. I asked when she had last gone back and she said last autumn and she had hoped to go to her mother’s birthday in June but since that is not possible she wanted to go as soon as possible.

or partners in crime depending on your point of view.

We went to a place called South Horrington which is about 2 miles north of Wells Cathedral in our quest for nice walking places and we were not disappointed.  The valley is to the West of the B3139.  Here follows another installment of my “discovering the country” series of walks which we are taking full advantage of to mitigate the dreadfulness of the mind rape that the government is doing at the moment.

is this a kiln or a smelter?
an insect hotel Deluxe
glorious garlic, a dried up stream
such a fairytale path
verdancy and variety
a reconstituted rotted trunk very much like the pages of the book
ferns growing on a fallen tree
lovely spring flowers
a ‘mossified’ tree stump

To the minor injuries clinic in Paulton which to my surprise was closed. The very apologetic nurse said she did not know when it would open again. She was beside herself with fear.  Off to the high street to talk to a very understanding and trauma free assistant about some pressure in my right eye accompanied by some bloodshot blood vessels. Optrex have produced something called “bloodshot eye drops” which sounds about right so I got some sort of service. Admittedly 6 PM on a Friday afternoon is not the best time to seek help from the National Health Service.

Unspoiled and ancient woodland

I became really frustrated with trying to sign up for Zoom as a host. I was going round and round in circles, nothing worked, so I decided to leave and come back again at some future time. Sometimes things resolve themselves when you leave them alone. We decided to go for a walk.

A lovely meadow with a clear blue sky and absolutely no sign of human habitation or interference. We discovered a valley where there have been very little ‘managing’ and where trees were left where they fell so we have a nice photo gallery to follow. Use Ctrl, and + to enlarge the images.

a foxhole, foreground, with a fallen tree and garlic

is that a horse’s head or a crocodile perhaps?

 

blue skies after a down day

Very strange that a low mood like I had yesterday was followed by great optimism and enthusiasm today. I went along to a local farm to buy some seven foot bamboo canes for my runner beans, and some compost for Françoise to do her various planting and seeding activities. We are fans of fresh garlic. For this window of two or three weeks in the year, roadsides are absolutely full to bursting with wonderful strong (smelling) garlic. This morning, she picked some and is intending to freeze a proportion.

this is what you make pesto out of. It has to be mixed with oil, pepper, salt, lemon and is delicious on brown bread or any bread come to that. You add Parmesan and walnut or pine nuts or hazelnuts

Today I had the idea of having meetings by Zoom for people in my interest groups, 5G, corona virus etc. because studying certain subjects on your own is a lonely thing and you can quite easily go a little bit loopy without realising it. It’s also a good idea to exchange ideas with people who are on the same wavelength. It’s funny that ideas come when they are ready to be developed. My impression is that it will be a slow start but will build momentum as time goes on.

This afternoon we went for a walk in a local wood.

It is very near high Littleton which is about 10 min drive from where we are. The Woodland Trust certainly know how to keep their properties in good order and it was an absolute delight to walk around and see the dappled sunlight shining through the trees. This is a popular place for runners. We noted that people wanted to keep themselves to themselves and did not engage in any conversation with us. As usual, the boost given by being in unspoiled nature is immediate and profound.

A flat day but a lovely sunset

sunset

Well people I can say that today has been flat. I have done an amazing amount of entries on the Corona section of my 5G site. If you have not looked at it before, you might find it interesting.   I watched a video of a woman who had been jailed for five years, and she is a very senior epidemiologist, because she questioned the figures that were in her opinion erroneously produced to support the validity of a particular vaccine.

The world is being run by such a bunch of evil people. Prayer may be the answer, certainly to your state of mind, but I think that unless a lot of people pray together, were not going to have much gravitational effect.

Last night I did have a prayer meeting via Zoom with about six other men from our local men’s group. It went very well, there was a lot of banter and fellowship and really just the thing we need to keep our spirits up. I realise that we could turn the situation to our benefit because new people might be willing to take part in a virtual meeting as a prelude to having the courage to come forward and meet others in the flesh to speak.

It would make an enormous difference to me if I felt that even if the government were failing, they were doing their best for us but it is clear that their ears are closed. It’s a type of insult and truly frightening if you think what they can do, what they are doing,  and what they intend to do.

A day of virtual church services

Today’s word – calamity

I attended a very simple virtual communion service from somewhere in Shropshire. It was quite skillfully done; people are getting better and better at using Zoom; needs must as we say. I must say I do miss going to church and I hope this wretched farce will soon come to an end. Amazing isn’t it – an invisible virus that has not yet been identified which causes us all to be so afraid of each other we don’t want to go within 2 m.

There is a website run by the Church of England but I found it very difficult to operate and actually find churches that were streaming. I nearly gave up in frustration finally found one so come on, C of E, you can do better than that

I do look to other people as an example of behaviour. One of the  most unlikely candidates is an eternally young looking person who is featured in the programme ‘Hollywood medium’.  He is called Tyler Henry. I love his boyish enthusiasm for his clients, most of them who are known stars in Hollywood. He has a natural gift and I admire his sense of gratefulness that they are willing to see him. He has a most curious habit of scribbling on a piece of paper to get tuned in, a bit like I do with the pendulum but he seems to be accurate time after time.

The other person I like is Dr Pimple Popper. She clearly loves her work and greets every person enthusiastically and positively. She sums people very quickly when she enters the consulting room and always tries to put them at their ease especially when they have long-standing and embarrassing problems. She is fortunate enough to work in association with her husband who is there to give good advice and does not seem to mind that she is in the spotlight more than he. If she is uncertain how to treat a patient she will never give them a promise that she cannot fulfil but rather consult a colleague and invariably the total response is satisfactory for patient.

*****

Calamity Jane

Calamity  Today’s word is almost onomatopoeic. I realised how little I have used this word, I don’t think I’ve said anything is calamitous. I have tended to use disastrous, or even more colourful language do I say. Calamity is a serious accident or bad event causing damage and suffering. For example a series of calamities ruined them – floods, a failed harvest, and the death of a son. Calamity seems to imply something over which I cannot control. So, you cannot have a calamitous mind although you could be a calamity. I remember the film ‘Calamity Jane’.

I could describe the present world situation as calamitous, the combination of a rainy spring, lockdown or should we say lock-up, the complete programming of the public , the breaking up of the world economy.

A day of encouragement – useful stats

Today I rose early, at about five o’clock, and had a sneaky look at the computer to see what overnight communications had arrived. I looked at my viewing figures for my 5G site. Having a good stats program is very helpful because you can see among other things what your readership is actually looking at in terms of popularity of pages, origin of visitors and time on the site. Without this you are functioning blind and for all you know could be producing a very inefficient site without being aware of it. There are many clients out there but I use statscounter.com which is free for low levels of use. All you do is put a given code at the bottom of each page of your website and the program does the rest.

Anyway, today I started my regime of relaxing the little bit. I popped along to the allotment this morning; there were seven or eight people busily working away. The weather was absolutely gorgeous and I cannot overstate the therapeutic value of being at one with nature. Anyway after doing some work and having lunch I switched off my computer at 2 PM. Normally, it’s on from early morning until 10 of 11 PM, far too long I agree. during the afternoon I engaged myself elsewhere by being in the garden, reading etc. I then switched to computer on again at 6 PM and continued work of which this story is part.

There is a phrase in the Bible saying “cast your bread upon the waters and it will return”. I sent out a newsletter today and got some lovely replies from people who really cared about the subject matter, in this case Corona and all the nonsense surrounding it. Here are two replies:

Thanks very much Brian. 
You’ve provided so many very important links on this subject, both at the bottom of this email and on your website linked to.
Really really useful.
You are doing a great job!
All best wishes,
and
Hi…..
I want to stay on your subscription Brian………you are my sanity……
Blessings to you
Good work
It is nice to receive thanks, or should I say encouraging. I do all my research and publication work for nothing. I think that’s the way it should be but the human side does warm to appreciation.   I do a lot of work for people including correspondence and don’t get a thanks for it but it is made up for by the brief letters, heartfelt I would say, cited above.
It’s getting a bit late now for creative work; tomorrow I’m going to be writing about role models and their importance.

 

more manure arrives, a quiet breakthrough achieved

My special order of manure arrived today. It is a bit of a special item because it is organic matter, in this case farmyard manure, which had been placed in a large oxygen free container where it slowly breaks down, gives off methane gas which is harvested to produce electricity. The remainder is the byproduct. It will carry on breaking down releasing the nutrients to the soil.

The first tranche was free and that disappeared in about six hours. But I have to pay for the second load so it is necessary for people to pay. I put a notice on a chair adjacent with instructions and some envelopes attached so that people can put their money in, and post it to the shed at the plot of Françoise.

Today I had a good breakthrough experience. I realised that I was spending far too much time and energy reading the dreadful dystopian material connected with Covid, plus if that were not enough the forthcoming compulsory vaccination which will surely be with us (vaccinations are already compulsory in California and New York). Trends that start in America normally end up in Europe including of course the United Kingdom. The point is that there is so much money to be made out of vaccines that governments can be bought off even at great cost and it is still worthwhile. It is a question whether people will wake up in time.

A very tired and disorientated Boris Johnson (UK Prime Minster) trying to look interested and understanding with an equally confused operator.  My goodness the rent illness took a lot out of him.

But I digress. I have decided to continue my work on my 5G and Corona sites but be more remote from the actual details and the implications simply as a self protection method. I shall devote more time to reading, being outside, including my gardening when I can start again. That decision had a great instant healing effect on my mind. I also decided to do more psychic work. Interestingly a couple of hours after that someone whom I previously contacted called me up to help me to use Facebook to get new customers.

The car that I bought about a month ago has been sitting in my drive. I was finally able to get to a garage to be serviced prior to being on the road so with any luck tomorrow night it should be ready.  For this new (to me)  Volvo, my fourth, I paid £1250. I basically bought an MOT, due next January, with the car attached. I can’t be bothered paying thousands of pounds for a new car because I use it mainly for gardening and local work. I seem to have got off lightly this time because the garage could only find minor things wrong with it. I needed an oil flush and change because the oil was in such a bad state, windscreen wipers, a couple of new tyres, the power steering needed a fill-up, stuff in that range so I don’t mind that the car has done 161,000 miles. For a Volvo, that would be regarded as still running in. That by the way is a standing joke among Volvo owners.  It’s a V70 by the way and a turbo so it goes like a rocket. I hope the petrol consumption will not be too bad. I shall miss our old car but the fact is that the new MOT would have cost just as much as the car originally cost (strangely also £1250) and so that’s when I say goodbye.

The beauty in life remains

Let’s all remember that there is beauty in life and that Mother Nature should remind us of the eternal values compared with the nonsense that is going on at the moment. It is non-sense because it doesn’t make any sense if you apply the slightest amount of logic and reason. For example, you keep people locked in when the very best thing for the killing of the virus is for people to be outside in the sunshine and warmth. I think this is wake up time for many people. As I have said before and I will say again, it’s better to wake up than to be woken up.

remember the beauty in life

Our day has really settled into a routine in this strange phase of our existence. I have to remind myself in the absence of markers which day it is. I normally get up between 6 AM and 7 AM, make a coffee, and check my e-mails.  About 1 PM we start to assemble lunch, which is now the main meal of the day and keeps me going until bedtime except for a sandwich or small item of food. My stomach is quite choosy about diet, so I have to be very careful what I eat after about 4 PM. Today we watched a film on public transport and life in Ecuador which is a place that Francoise  visited in the 90s.  I finish the majority of my work about seven o’clock and then we sit down and watch TV, avoiding anything resembling mainstream news and watching items that are not time sensitive but quality sensitive. We then retire at any time between 11 PM and midnight and try not to watch TV for the hour prior to retiring.

I have decided to give a talk in my local area about Corona virus –what now? I cannot stand seeing people walking around like frightened rabbits. The more knowledge, the less fear. I don’t mind if only half a dozen people turn up will do me good repair the material and give it out. at least, I would have done my bit.

Last night,some special manure was delivered to our allotments with an invitation for people to help themselves. I realise I slightly overestimated human nature here. I thought everyone would take enough for themselves but some people have gone way over the top so as a result at 9 AM this morning, Wednesday, all supplies were exhausted. That was one lorry load. I have ordered another one but we need to pay for it The charge will be one pound per barrowload which bearing in mind the the quality I think is quite good. I felt like complaining about the excesses of people in the first round but then I thought that since I did not put any limit on the amount of each persons should take, I should not have relied upon the sense of justice prevailing in everyone and should have said something like “10 barrow loads per person”. So, down to me.

This is a good way of figuring out how and why we think and what we achieve. (Thanks to a friend for this diagram). In other words, our level of consciousness. Question – what is the mix in our lives. How much data do we need.  Does wisdom preclude the need for knowledge. A good exercise for everyone – get the cake mixture right.

What3Words app – amazing

Following a chance meeting in Midsomer Norton High Street today, a friend in my Christian Mens’ group whose son is a paramedic told me about a new app called What3Words.com . This is designed to tell others where you are in geographical terms when you may want to call 911 in America or 999 in the United Kingdom. The entire Earth has been divided up into 1 m squares. With the aid of your mobile phone with a location capacity the satellites will enable you to know exactly where you are. This is then translated in a code of three words. The codes are also known, with their corresponding points on the planet, to the emergency services. For example the road illustrated above, Vicar’s Close,  in Wells  Somerset is fire.cherubs.live.

Is that clever or what? any android apparatus or tablet can use this app. my phone is a little bit ancient for this.

Amazing what you find when you clear out a shed. Below are / were trousers designed for those using power tools especially chainsaws. I suspect they  are somewhat beyond their best. I must have worn them at some point. Why I kept them is beyond me.

Just heard we got another three weeks of lockdown. Funny, in Australia, exactly the same thing has happened although there are very few deaths. I guess the government are taking their orders from the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation in some manner shape or form.  C’est la vie.

And now for something completely different

I seem to be banging on about Corona and other problems but then why should I apologise. I do follow Samuel Pepys’ example; he was very much concerned with the matters of the day especially the Great Fire of London which was started in a bakery so we are told.

I do try to take time off. One of my main interests in life is healing and all its aspects not to mention diagnosis which can be a form of healing in itself. It is quite common to be ridiculed or dismissed and it is sometimes helpful to go back into the past to remember how ancient these therapies are for example Chinese medicine, meditation, homoeopathy though that is not ancient by that name so here is a thought on good old-fashioned laying on of hands as practised by Harry Edwards in decades of yore.

This is a quote from a book called “Wounded Spirits” by Dr Leslie Weatherhead, author of psychology, religion and healing. On the front cover of his book he says “I’m sure that there are many images in the universe, as yet untapped, which God means us to use to make wounded spirits whole; and I want to help release them, without succumbing to magic and superstition.

There is a lovely book. At the end of one of the chapters he writes:

Just in case anyone should dismiss all this as “modern nonsense” I should like to quote what, according to Tacitus, Hippocrates, the father of medicine, once said: “it hath oft appeared, while I have been soothing my patient, as if there were some strange property in my hands to pull and draw away from the afflicted parts aches and diverse impurities, by laying my hand upon the place, and by extending my fingers towards it. It is thus known to the learned that health may be impressed on the sick by certain movements and by contact, just as some diseases may be communicated from one to another.”
Hippocrates was born about 470 BC

I do very much enjoy healing. It is a way of serving the greater purpose. It is most encouraging when I receive letters from people, sometimes 20 years later, advising me of a life changing effect I had on them. While human beings remain, and that is a debatable point, I believe we should all continue to serve each other as best we can in many ways as we can. We are not supposed to be perfect, so long as we are facing in the right direction, that is the main factor.

Today we watched a film about security in China. Every aspect of you is tracked using your mobile phone and Street cameras. There are planned to be 600 million Street cameras in action, that’s one for every two people. they have really education camps for those who are being disloyal to the system. You can be arrested and kept for up to 25 years to be retrained. There are 20million Chinese that are not allowed to travel because of their low credit scores. My concentration span is not great but I watched every moment of the 90 min film.

This afternoon we went for a lovely walk and I enclose some pictures of unspoiled wood land. As with the previous example, people are quite happy to leave little plastic bags full of dog poo in beautiful unspoiled scenery.

loads of garlic in full bloom

Enlarge screen (Crtrl + ) to read the detail.

 

Another day, the quiet of a prison cell

Word of the Day  ‘Pertussis’

At the end of our close (street), builders are starting to put in some flats, five in number if I’m told correctly. This is the entrance though it is not used by trucks because it is too narrow. It reminds me of how the old way of life is being overridden by a new way of life. I am living on a sheep farm.  I would love to take the sign away and put it in my room but I don’t know to whom it belongs or whether they would mind or whether they will just chuck it in the dump.

Very little to say today.   Been hard at work putting more entries in my website. The possibility of a second and third fake Corona virus attack is significant and will result in frightening the public of the world into doing whatever they told and I fear that we are at this stage in the place where I live at the moment. I’m itching to return to normality but I do not think that will happen I’m afraid.

I feel a bit like being in prison at the moment though I can go out any time I want to. I dread to think what it is like being imprisoned especially as if you had been imprisoned without due cause or being imprisoned on remand. How do you fill the day when you are locked up for up to 23 hours, have no Internet or phone or friends popping round. I reckon it must make you worse then when you came in. No wonder so many people reoffend.

My stomach is continuing to give me problems, not so much acidity but the feeling of blocked food in the gut. It is relieved by having a hot water bottle but that does not solve the problem

So, what about the word of the day?

Pertussis, also known as whooping cough, is a highly contagious respiratory disease. It is caused by the bacterium Bordetella pertussis. Pertussis is known for uncontrollable, violent coughing which often makes it hard to breathe.

Children often make a “whoop” sound when they try to take a breath after spells of dry coughing though this classic sound is less common in infants.

 

A sneaky fish and chips in a RESTAURANT

On a lovely bright day we proceeded to our favourite fish and chip come country kitchen presided over by the ever jolly Paul and his assistant for the day, a lady from South Africa who did the serving. The restaurant itself is closed so if you want attention you ring a bell and you have had to pre-order food. Amazingly, the restaurant is doing good business because Paul has cultivated so many friends and loyal customers over the years that he is now reaping the benefit.

it is possible to adapt to the times

There is fish and chips, and fish and chips. This one was cooked in butter with generous amounts of lemon and seasoning and the resulting batter did not get into the way of enjoying the fish. The chips were a little bit mushy just like I like them with mushy peas to accompany. We were bought some delicious sweets, I had apple crumble with custard. The food had to be served in takeaway bags and we needed to sit outside on the benches to eat. No problem on such a day.

It was amazing how many people came and went. People are still avoiding each other as if they’ve got the plague. Knowing what I know, that this is all psychological programming and a waste of time, it makes me embarrassed. I wonder if our government will actually start talking science instead of frightening people to death. Anyway, all the visitors knew each other and we spent half an hour chatting to people who had come from quite a distance around so you never know, even in the middle of nowhere if there is an attractant people will congregate. It did help that there is a wine wholesalers next door.

Afterwards we went for a walk in one of our favourite woods. I wish people wouldn’t leave their dog mess bags in pristine woods. The idea is to clear up after your dog and dump the results in the provided been by the entrance. Is that too much to ask?

Is this really happening?

Today I feel like I’ve woken from a bad dream to find that the dream is reality. I saw the video below and it gives me some inkling of the huge economic problems that the world never mind the United Kingdom or the United States of America are going to put up with due to this outrageous overreaction to the 19th variation of COVID. If this goes on even for a few more weeks it is doubtful whether the majority of the trading aspects of our society never mind the cultural side will survive.

There are many theories, outrageous or otherwise, which I must do further research on, about the meaning of the word COVID. Some say it is the 19th “Chinese – originated viral infectious disease*. the 19 stones for the year that it was introduced, 2019.    I will check on this and revise this text if I find it is incorrect

So here I am on a wonderful sunny day when we should all be outside playing.   By way of light relief, we decided to go to our favourite restaurant, Hartley’s Kitchen, where they provide takeaway food. We are going to go tomorrow, Friday, to get some old-fashioned fish and chips which they will serve in a takeaway container and we shall eat them on benches outside the restaurant. Well done Paul for having the initiative to adapt to circumstances and survive.  The same cannot be said of Rocky Mountain garden centre who seem completely blind to social media, and the use of their website to advise people of changing circumstances. They could have easily arranged a “no contact” delivery service but at present all their plants are dying of rotting and I do blame them in part. I will check again that this is right before publishing this.

Today I had a battle with Mailchimp.  They have blocked my 5G site for something I wrote on one of my e-mails. Today after waiting three days for a response I decided to use their chat service. It took me two hours to get through, and then another two hours to be told by someone else that my complaint had not been forwarded to the relevant department and I should expect a response by e-mail. Hanging round by my computer is really tedious when I would love to be in the sun but I couldn’t miss that response. I cannot recreate a mailing list of 550 people.

Overall, the day when I realised that the hedge fund is in the corporate have far more power over the direction of the world than presidents and prime ministers of countries. It’s all about making money and all about gaining more power. The human being comes a distant third.

New word of the day: iatrogenic

Glorious sunshine, and a new word

A querent (derived, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, from the Latin quærēns “seeking”, the present participle of quærere “to seek, gain, ask”) is “one who seeks”.

I’ve known the word query but never used the word querent. I’m worried if I use it in my daily speech, others will not understand it so maybe I should change it for ‘enquirer’.

Françoise was frustrated at Sainsburys today because there was a very small queue of people waiting to get into the store. Although the store was almost empty, the woman at the door would not let her in until someone else left. Anyway, this is a ludicrous law because there is no evidence from the science community whatever that the 2 m rule applies. This is one of the reasons I feel so frustrated today. I read that London transport going to run out of money at the end of the month because they can’t pay the staff so I think something has got to happen because even the nincompoops who are in charge at the moment must surely see that we need a viable country and this lockdown will do nothing. At least we have a television which is some sort of comfort.

Today there were a godly number of people on the allotment and it was a glorious sunny day so no wonder. Also, people are at home so they have to time to come out. I have never seen the allotment looking so good. The only time to escape the queues outside Lidl is in the early to mid-evening so that is where we went for our odd impulse buy. Sometimes I can hardly remember what day of the week  it is.

A walk on the wild side

I spent the morning making additions to my Corona website. What is truly shocking is the amount of wrong information the public are given. For example, the advice to stay indoors. This is the worst way of prolonging the effect of the virus. The best way is to be outside in the sun and the fresh air. The UK government have spent a lot of money trying to persuade us that going outside is that. Surely they have our best interests at heart? Had the government allowed the virus to run its course, like we do with the normal winter flu, it would have been well over by now and there would be no need for this ridiculous lockdown.

Anyway, this afternoon after lunch we went for a walk in a local quarry. There are lots of granite quarries in the area. The quarry we went to was closed in the early 1960s and nature has taken over. It is vast, but has a lovely walk by a stream with woodland that has not been touched for years if ever. The only intervention by humankind is to make sure that trees are not dangerous and fall on people and injure them. This is a picture essay of the day, we enjoyed nature at its best.

Shows the force of water when the river was in flood
this is where the trees have taken over, this was bare rock 40 years ago. the quarry is huge, it took us 30 min to walk from one end to the other
I think that must be mud in the stream
A very large tyre (US tire) going back to mother nature
Fields of young garlic. We shall come back in two weeks time and have a garlic feast, very good for making pesto
nature makes death beautiful
the sun sparkling on the water in this rippling part of the stream
We were trying to figure out what they were trying to do with this tree trunk, maybe trying to make a work of art out of it
The stream flows amidst the garlic
just a lovely picture with the light

Despair kept at bay

 

It is sometimes difficult to hold the human psychology together. We have clear evidence that the government is ignoring everything but their special scientific advisers. They are ignoring the advice of the medical profession who says that the coronavirus has been exaggerated and that herd immunity has already been obtained. Worse than that, they are implying that over 70s may be forced to have a vaccination and until they have a vaccination (if they can ever find the virus which has not yet been identified) they will not be allowed out on the street.

So, the government has betrayed us, they are not functioning, the government is controlled by probably Bill Gates and others behind-the-scenes. I cannot tell you how disillusioning this feels

This is a most dangerous and dark period of the United Kingdom and I doubt very much whether anything will return to normal at least not for months and the destruction of the economy will take years to recover if we ever do. Even with a strong spiritual attitude it is difficult to avoid being frustrated, embarrassed, angry, feeling impotent, wanting things to change and seeing why they should, not being able to go out without feeling guilty, all these things do conspire together.

Mercifully, I do have friends with whom I can talk on the phone. I would find it most difficult to exist without the phone or without the Internet come to that which so far, touch wood, is maintaining itself.

I wanted to send off a Mailchimp Newsletter to my people, about 500 of them, giving the latest news mainly about You tube deleting loads of videos that appear on my site. There is an automatic warning system triggered by certain words or configurations and I was not allowed to send the newsletter. You have to apply to the vetting people at Mailchimp and I am waiting to hear because as I’m a free member, it is first come first served.

Fortunately, I myself have not been banned, it was the newsletter itself, so I may delete my news piece and start again. I suppose worse things can happen. David Icke had his entire video library stripped out of you tube and then out of Vimeo.

A new word of the day – Gerontophobia

I love words, in case you hadn’t gathered.  It irritates me when I hear a word that I do not understand and I write it down and check it as soon as possible.

Gerontophobia. Gerontophobia is the fear of age-related self-degeneration (similar to Gerascophobia), or a hatred or fear of the elderly due to memento mori. The term comes from the Greek γέρων – gerōn, “old man” and φόβος – phobos, “fear“.  questioned – in the UK are we becoming more gerontophobic?   I can’t say I’ve noticed but maybe Young people have stereotypes of older people who live in houses, larger than they need, and live of their pensions when in fact they should vacate their large properties and make them available to those more in need.

It’s related word is Gerascophobia  which is a clinical phobia generally classified under specific phobias, fears of a single specific panic trigger. Gerascophobia may be based on anxieties of being left alone, without resources and incapable of caring for oneself due to age-caused weakness.

Yesterday I was introduced to the word ‘liminal‘ by the director of the Scientific and Medical Network.

This relates to a transitional or initial stage of a process, (equivalent to nascent hydrogen in chemistry?).  It can also mean occupying a position on both sides of a boundary or threshold.

Liminality In anthropology is the quality of ambiguity or disorientation that occurs in the middle stage of a rite of passage, when participants no longer hold their pre-ritual status but have not yet begun the transition to the status they will hold when the rite is complete. I think some of the youngsters today are in a perpetual liminal state. We suffer deeply in the UK because of lack of ‘rites of passage’ and as a result youngsters have to prove themselves by such bizarre activities as stabbing someone in order to get approval of a group.

We had plenty of words today, four hours to be precise,  at the second and final day of my Zoom conference. I’m getting to like Zoom more each time I use it. Again, there were 80 of us and we were listening to Dr. Larry Dossey discussing the nature of consciousness and the infinite mind. After his talk, I had a moment of inspiration. I went to my library of books and pulled out three of his.

Dr Larry Dossey

To my absolute amazement I discovered a note that I wrote to  Larry in 1998 telling him that I had bought his book in Singapore and was reading it to my wife on Christmas Day in Penang. I so much enjoyed telling him and everyone. With Zoom, if you want to talk, click little hand by your name on the list and that’s like putting your hand up.  They can also see in which order the hands were put up. I must say they’ve thought of everything.

A thoroughly transforming day. Eternity,  and unlimited consciousness is a state of mind which I will try to dwell in more often. Being co-existential with the universe is really cool and is the ultimate security.

Zoom in a conference call – early experience

This morning I signed in for the Scientific and Medical Network virtual conference, held because the venue had cancelled the annual conference due in May.   The conference director was situated in France, one of the speakers was situated in Scotland, and there were people from all over the world attending, I think about 90 in all.

It should be a rule that using such technology should always be tested say half an hour before the event to make quite sure that glitches have been discovered, and that there is enough technical knowledge available to run it. The main speaker should not have to do this because you can’t concentrate on two types of things at once. People make comments on the message pad and you may have to deal with that you can’t do that is same time speaking. I would definitely recommend the Zoom client because it is free of charge at least for small usage and it actually works. You have probably read about hackers but for small groups who is going to bother?

I like the fact that you can pass messages to an individual while the speakers speaking and also you can write to everybody for example to support something that speaker is saying. You can see all the other participants if they put their video on. Some people seem to forget that they could be seen as one woman had her head in her hands, and someone else bought a meal which they proceeded to eat in front of the camera and someone else appeared in their dressing gown which I didn’t think was very appropriate but they got the message.

We had two talks, one in the morning lasting two hours and one in the afternoon which was run from 4 PM to 6 PM. The first one was about the coronavirus and the opportunity to use it as a wake-up call for our true nature and the second one was about electromagnetic fields during which we learned who the real villains of the peace were of course the industry but they chose not to experiment with the safety of particularly 5G, while knowing that it was dangerous.

In their minds, the death or injury of a few million people is a price worth paying for the potential profits. One of the attendees was an astronomer worried that the 50,000 satellites around the Earth would interfere with investigations of space because they would be far brighter with reflected light then very distant objects. He said that they the astronomers were trying to come to an agreement, a compromise, but I can’t quite see what sort of compromise could be made. A satellite is either there or it is not.

My experience of attending the Zoom meeting was that it needs one or two sessions to get used to the idea especially communicating with other people while something else is going on. You need to be thoroughly alert to get the most out of the meeting. I have two screens and I use one for participating in the meeting and the other one for doing research. For example when someone mentions a website I go and look at the site in question and put the information on the group message pad just to make sure everyone gets it.

I also like the fact you don’t have to actually travel. It’s nice when you get there but sometimes the journey out and the journey back can be tedious so some of the benefits you get from the meeting are lost. Transport to the meeting and back plus the accommodation can be more expensive than the registration fee so it’s nice to save the money. I’m not that desperate to meet people in person though it is nice to have a change of scenery.

Also, instead of having to wait before you do further research on the topic you can do it immediately. A note about two screens. If your PC has two suitable plugs for the screen then you can have two screens. The software is already there. Once you have had the experience of two screens you will never go back to one screen.

Anyway, that’s enough for the day, the time is 7:30 PM, the light is fading and the birds are singing their hearts out.

How to avoid frightening yourself to death

This is a special edition of my diary. I have grabbed the HTML text from Mailchimp, as a result of writing to my mailing list of my 5G exposed site. . As I am a novice to HTML I did not know which of the hundreds of lines of text to remove so please excuse the gaps and the strange pagination.

Brian

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Good morning Vietnam. Is this the greatest ‘good morning’ call ever, enshrined so beautifully by Robin Williams.
I also like the rant in the film ‘Network’ with Peter Finch ‘You got to get mad’
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Good morning everybody,

The best time of day is when I’m waking up, enjoying the rest that I obtained during the night and the odd dream or so …… and then the cloud descends. I realise that for many of my fellow human beings are in a mental prison of fear and that to them it is real. It is so real that if you opened the door of their prison cell they would be afraid to go out.

I am maintaining the 5G aspect of the site but there’s not much to report apart from the fact that clandestinely, installation of 5G hardware goes on and also that projects have temporarily been set back. Ian Crane (AV) is recovering from his cancer operations but is in a lot of pain and asks people not to call him on his mobile number. UKColumn for the latest updates given thrice weekly..

Here in England we have to put up with 24/7 ‘fear porn’ coverage by our British Broadcasting Corporation which a few decades ago was independent and objective. Now this once respected organisation is little more than a public relations company for the corporates and the globalists.

I am not buying into this stay at home nonsense (Ref: Sweden) which is the greatest contributor to depression and discouragement of healing that you could devise. Isn’t it funny that they ban going outdoors and communing with nature? I go to my allotment as often as possible and feel so good and grounded.

I see people wearing masks – as if that will do anything. I find it difficult to avoid breaking out in laughter. The particles are 95 nm which will get through pretty much everything including the material itself but of course the area around.
Have they never heard of the “immune system” which continually fights off the effects of thousands of viruses as part of its daily job, but that’s another story.

Is there a recipe for maintaining your spirit? Without a spirit, we can’t fight anything including 5G.

At the risk of repeating the blindingly obvious:

# Keep in contact with your friends.  I suggest they will appreciate a telephone call more than a text message or e-mail. Hearing the sound of the human voice is so much more personal and empowering and it stimulates your friends to respond and jump out of their self-imposed isolation.

#  Keep yourself informed. If you believe for one second that our governments (strangely all of them are working together) care about us then you need to rethink.  This is part of the preplanned operation, thank you Bill Gates, to create the conditions in which everyone is frightened into accepting a compulsory vaccination which will probably contain an RFID chip. No chip – no travel, no shopping, no banking. NB  I have spent a lot of time compiling the most useful articles on my corona aspect page including by doctors and scientists. You will be released from fear, or some of it, when you see these people courageously standing up.

# maybe be very brave and actually speak to people and seek their views. Beware disturbing family members because you may need them

#   For this to happen, people require our compliance. Please note, I do not use the word ‘co-operation’ because that means working with. Silence is compliance. That’s what they (drug companies etc) are hoping for.

#  Switch off the news. 90% if not more it is either lies or based on lies. I have not listened or watched BBC news for a couple of weeks now and I feel far better for it. Reading the papers is bad enough, Our Guardian paper in the UK might as well be shills for the corporates.

#  Listen to good music, remember classical music? Why not get out some of those CDs and let the beautiful inspired sounds float around your apartment or your home.

#  Do you have a garden – or yard and you would say in USA. Why not have a walk round, introduce yourself to the plants or perhaps the other way round. Listen to the birds if there are any. You could even go for a walk unless you are from one of those countries where draconian rules have been installed, for example France.

#  Take advantage of any extra time you have by reading those books that you have been dying to get into but haven’t had the time

#  use the opportunity to clear out your apartment of unwanted items. Hoarding is a bigger problem than many might imagine because maybe an item is linked to a memory or situation that is in the past and should be let go of.

#  Some of you who believe in meditation might like to take up the practice again. It doesn’t have to be long and pretentious, it could be as someone suggested 3 x 10 min sessions per day… and something is better than nothing.

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#  Make it a rule to encourage at least one person a day. Everyone needs cheering up and this is the biggest assault or psychological operation that I can recall certainly in my lifetime. Possibly the “weapons of mass destruction” would come a close second but no on second thoughts this is more widespread and insidious. ( lovely word that – it means “proceeding in a gradual, subtle way, but with very harmful effects” – Ed.)

#   finally, if there is a finally, remember that nature is the best healer and will be around long after we have destroyed ourselves as human beings with our idiot behaviour. I’m a great fan of ‘grounding’ which means you stand in bare feet outside and adjust your body resonances to those of the Earth.

If you become fearful then that shows that the people who want to control you have won.  Surely we have more dignity than allowing ourselves to be treated like sheep. It’s up to us really.

Oh, and by the way, I don’t mind receiving telephone calls or maybe even better use Skype. bsnellgrove is my username. I have functioned as a counsellor for many decades now so it is no bother or intrusion to me as I know how horrible it is to be on your own without anyone on the same wavelength.

Lots of love

Brian Snellgrove
Editor and diarist
17th April 2020 …. or is it 1984

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A garden job that never was – an old friend

I very seldom visit Telegram, mostly using Facebook, Youtube, twitter, but I did so today because a friend of mine had sent me something he wanted me to read. I do not normally use Telegram. I never actually got to it but something popped up on the screen, a lady from Finland whom I last met in 2008 when I was in Finland working doing readings and so on. She was calling me from a retreat in the mountains with her two children, escaping from just the same senseless lockdown as we are seeing.  She was very glad to make contact with me and we just carried on talking as if it we had last met 10 minutes ago. This is the best proof of a soul match as I know. I offered her a brief psychic reading just to check one of two things, and she accepted the offer. Amazingly, her husband is half English and French his parents come from Somerset where I happen to live.

Prior to that, this morning, we went along to the lady that we’ve been looking after for the past couple of years. It is rather a strange job, taking weeds off a bare plot going back every so often and taking another crop of weeds off-again. We turned up today to find that the garden was in a good state and that at the other end, there was evidence of cultivation. It turned out that her neighbour had offered to grow some vegetables. She herself, being a lady of about 90, had been encouraged to potter around and do some weeding herself. It seemed to us that the offer of a neighbour had encouraged to do her work in the garden and for the first time ever we left a job without having lifted up a spade. We could have done with the money but we were quite happy to leave because quite frankly the job is boring and the garden was going in the right direction itself so we could say job done.

It seems more and more obvious that the powers that be ongoing for compulsory vaccination and I got a bit depressed about this is acquittals junk in it, but after talking with my friend from Finland I felt better, hearing that everyone was in the same boat.

A period of relaxation doing a garden whilst horror goes on

It was a great shock to me that the government of the United Kingdom are participating in the plan to vaccinate us all and take away our freedom. There is a news program called UKcolumn which is the only unbiased real news program I know of any Three Times a Week at One O’clock on Monday Wednesday and Friday.  If you really want to be depressed then click here. all I can say is that it’s better you know now than later.

We managed to do a garden job today. It consists of a small council owned property. The job looks simple enough but it is quite difficult to get right. I have to climb quite a high and slippery bank to stream the grass at the top. Whilst doing the job I noticed that the garden next door had an untidy lawned area so I knocked on the front door and offered to do the job for the lady. She was grateful and offered me a cup of tea. She then asked me if on a future visit I would take some junk out of the garden shed to the recycling when it reopens and asked me how much it would be.

it was more a collection of dandelions than a lawn but at least it looks tidier now. Her only comfort is her cat and as she is not well she just stays watching television for most of the time.

I said offhandedly £20 and then she said to me “I don’t know where I’m going to find money like that”. I then realised that she was genuinely poor, that after paying her bills she had nothing left and that the £20 was probably what she had for food. We are coming to times when money won’t mean anything and I believe that many people will be startled by this but it was quite a shock, and a salutary lesson for me, how many people are living on the poverty line.

Anyway, it’s 9:35 PM and I’ve been sitting in front of this computer for far too long a time so now I’m going to switch it off and maybe do some reading.

A breath of fresh air during the fading lockdown

We decided to take a 10 mile trip to experience some fresh air in the deep country knowing that we might see a police officer on the way who might ask us what we are doing. However, the police you see on TV are on the main roads and motorways and there simply aren’t the officers available to patrol the country lanes. I believe that some are in self isolation so the chance of getting caught for anything is virtually zero.

I cannot tell you what a bliss it was to stroll along a quiet country lane, listen to the birds, and feeling the energies of mother nature coursing through my body. I enclose some photographs so please tune in and enjoy some of the feelings we experienced.

Can anyone identify what this was

There is something very strange about this corona lark. The very thing that could do us most good and make us strong, namely fresh air and sunlight, they are forbidding us from doing or making it very difficult. The virus has come and gone and the public are being fooled by lies and bad science. I’ve determined that as of today I will go for a walk every day. I really believe that the time is drawing near when the government will stop wrecking the country by freezing all economic activity and get people back to work.

Where did the day go

I get so frustrated sometimes looking at the clock, seeing that it is 5:30 in the evening and wondering whether time went so I’m going to use this bank holiday as a model for writing down exactly what I do. I’m basically a 24/7 person and do not like doing nothing. The closest I could doing nothing is when I have a bonfire or do gardening work where I can relax. Gardening is my great therapy.

So, this morning I answered routine correspondence, checked my page viewing statistics for my 5G / Corona site. I had 853 page reads and the time is 11:23 AM so as it speeds up as the day goes on it’s probably going to hit the 2000 mark. This is very low for a site that has been going on for so long but I trust that a higher proportion of people will stay with me and be meaningful viewers. For example, today, I’ve had 69 repeat visitors which is about 20% of the unique visitors so that’s not bad.

I’ve decided to spend some time learning how to use Zoom who have seen a tenfold increase since the lockdown. It seems to be the video communication mode of choice leaving Skype far behind. It seems that Skype don’t bother to develop themselves and have grown lazy and have been overaken. Serves them right.

I watched a couple of videos this morning, one was by Eckhart Tolle called “confidence and the source of true satisfaction” when he says you have to get away from the mind that works on an already existing habits where there is a limited permutation and combination as opposed to the preformatted mind, the universal mind, where the possibilities are unlimited.

I also watched a video of very expensive properties in Los Angeles. There was a 12 1/2 million dollar home that overlooked the entire downtown area of that city which had unrivaled views, six bedrooms, absolutely huge living rooms, kitchens that are as big as most people’s apartments, but I feel that this is designed for show rather than comfort. Even if you have a number of people living in a large family, you could easily get lost in the house and I think it would cause more problems than it creates except if you have that happy combination of an extrovert nature, and unlimited appetite for guests and unlimited resources.

I continue to search for someone to get me the assistance I need on Facebook. I use People Per Hour and in spite of saying that I want someone from the UK I keep on getting people from India or Pakistan. Frankly I think they reply to any advert, telling me how wonderful they are, but seldom read what is actually required so I almost have to have a standard format letter telling them to please read the brief.  I almost think it’s better to do the learning myself and look at the numerous videos that are available from the ever willing public who are happy to share what knowledge they have.

Today, the wind blows sharply from the east and the temperatures are at least 10° lower than yesterday. I have a particularly boring though well-paid weeding job that I’m going to do on Thursday and am developing a new method of dealing with it. The lady who wants the job requires the earth (or ‘dirt’ in USA speak) to be left as it is – in other words uncultivated.  I’m thinking of using a scarifier, normally used to remove moss from grass, and remove the small weeds make it look nice. I spent some time cleaning it up and making sure it worked plus putting out some tools to change the blade if I needed to.

I have finally managed to sign up for Bitchute which is a file storage service as an alternative to Youtube. As I have said before, Youtube think nothing of taking off videos with which they disagree and my subjects are let us face it controversial. By ‘controversial’ I mean it will stir people up to think. So I now have a lot of storage capacity to put the videos which I think will be deleted from Youtube. I had previously tried to sign up but no matter how hard I tried it ignored my clicking on the red box at the end of the process. I now discover that this was due to sloppy software behind-the-scenes. I was in fact already a member, I signed up a number of years ago, and they should have been a flag to say that they already had a record of my name so I have to go on and on until I got the answer myself. If anyone else finds this problem just click on the e-mail you think you used and then click “forgotten password”.

I’m writing to a few local doctors telling them what I think about the nonsense of the coronavirus now it’s being used to help Bill Gates vaccinate everybody on the planet. He seems to think that this is his divine mission, but I’ve got news for him, a lot of people disagree. The problem with writing to doctors is that they are so overwhelmed with paperwork that I got to spend as much energy trying to attract their attention and giving them a reason to read something that to the actual content itself.

I get the impression that the lockdown situation UK is being more and more ignored. I had an e-mail from someone in West London who said that people were walking around as normal and the police were trying to threaten people with £60 fines but no one was taking them seriously. She also sent me a link to a long film about how the CIA controls Hollywood, the extent of paedophilia in the USA, mental programming through Hollywood and films, quite heady stuff but I enjoyed it more than I should. It is called Out of Shadows.

My goodness the temperature is going down to 1°C, at least it well at 5 AM tomorrow Tuesday so still a bit early to put out sensitive plants. Well, its 7:36 PM and I am going to switch off my computer temporarily now.  I will just have a little peek later on but that’s basically it for the day.

Not the happiest day of my life

It is with a heavy heart that I realise this whole corona thing is a fake largely orchestrated by Bill Gates, as I have said before, to realise his dream of having everyone controlled and vaccinated. We are seeing the coming of a police state populated by people who are so frightened by something that is unseen and could kill you. It is the ideal Psy-op. people who question this reality are ridiculed so I must expect to join that happy band of the accused.

Today we heard that Ian R Crane who ran the Alternative View conferences each year for the last 10 years is close to death with cancer and flesh eating necrosis.  He kept it to himself for these last months but finally had to go into hospital when it was discovered that the cancer was racing round his system. As I write, he is being operated on. The surgeon gave him only a slight chance of survival, well at least he was being honest. I wrote off to my 5G mailing list so hopefully there can be some more prayer power. If however his time has come, we can send him on his way with thanks.

Today was a lovely day, the temperature in the garden went up to28°C. The garden is looking lovely at the moment, I feel so bad when I read about people being turned back when they are driving to see their relatives or because of a complete con, the overall death figures are the same this year as they were last year but people don’t see it, maybe they don’t want to see it.

Anyway, that’s my lot for today. I have just watched a lovely service from Kings College Cambridge so at least there is some order in the world. With Boris Johnson our Prime Minister still recovering the remaining high ranking members of Parliament are arguing with each other so we may well get an extension of the lockdown – lock-up – locked in-  locked out whatever. I cannot believe it will go on beyond the end of this month of April. The country will take years to recover, and it will never be the same again. Goodness knows how long Spain and Italy will take to recover.

Dawn Chorus – Hot Cross buns

This morning I rose early, around 5:30 AM, to one of the most spectacular dawn choruses I’ve heard for some time. A multitude of birds, a wonderful orchestra which set me off for the day.  After making an excellent coffee which I sweeten with coconut oil not sugar, which I now find makes me sick followed by a quick glance at the paper and onto my computer. I have been given the name of a great site which reports on the actual news without bias. This reinforces my feeling that to watch the mainstream media, particularly the BBC, is carcinogenic to the soul.

Anyway, in the Christian calendar this is an important date, Good Friday, when we remember the death of Jesus on the cross. To commemorate this,  my wife made some excellent cross buns. They are so unlike the examples you buy in the bakery shop. There is so little to then that they bounce. These are the real thing, a cross between a cake and a loaf of bread and one half of them is enough to keep you going with a nice cuppa tea, provided there is a good dollop of jam on top.

Today, I spent most of the time searching of material for my Corona site which is consuming me at the moment, in the nicest possible way I should say. I was comforted to see that Christopher Hitchens was a well-known journalist found that even he was insulted and ridiculed for bringing up the question about whether it was wise for this country to go on a lockdown. He does not see any hope for the future because we do not have people of sufficient calibre in the government with the experience and knowledge to know what to do.

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This was the text of a news letter I sent to the people who had expressed a positive interest in my excursion into the world of viruses.

Dear friends,
I am mailing you because you communicated with me in a positive way, all 56 of you, about my previous communications. If you do not wish to be included in future mailings just let me know.
I awoke early today Good Friday at 5:30 AM.  I listened to the most glorious dawn chorus I have heard for some time. There were pigeons (much as I dislike them), seagulls, cuckoos and so many other types of bird making a wonderful symphony orchestra and this started the day off in the right way.
I sometimes wonder where I get the energy from to keep going in these dystopian days but I have learned that if I focus on the needs and the value of other people, energy is automatically supplied and I never run out of it. This morning already (9.30am) I have entered 10 new links to today’s latest news of the virus plus comments about it. I’m in the privileged position of getting a good overview of what is going on – and just as important what is not going being said – so here we go:
There are two parallel tracks of information in this world. The first one is run by those 1%  behind the scenes who think they control the planet, or a least have right to control the planet and the second track consists of the information that the mainstream media feels we can be told. The second track also consists of those fighting for the cause of truth such as ourselves. It is the desire of the controllers that the two tracks do not meet. David Icke has had recent experience of what people do to his material and attack him when the boundaries are challenged.
Unless you understand the back story to this whole corona business, you won’t understand anything at all. The whole thing is based on making the population as fearful as possible so they almost beg to be released from their torment by wonderful vaccinations and later on by micro-chipping, a cashless cconomy, not to mention central control and the abolition of borders.
>politically correct people close your eyes now< I also find it helps to have a faith and my particular version is Christianity which I find the ultimate ‘software manual’ for human behavior and a comfort in times of stress. I find myself looking forward to each day wondering what I can do for the greater good. You cannot fake this sort of thing. If you try and take refuge in the left brain, that has nothing to offer you except “300 ways that I have been hurt and misunderstood” plus imaginary threats and scenarios in the future. The left brain has no visionary status unlike the neocortex that loves having visions for breakfast, lunch and tea. Calcified pineal glands are not your friend but that’s another story. >danger zone over<
Back to topic: It is amazing how all the world’s governments agreed on for example a distance of 2 m between people. what happens if there is even a breath of wind. The material could get carried 10 m. This is in a world where countries seldom agree about anything but magically, 2m is the gold standard. Of course it has nothing to do with having a dress rehearsal meeting a few weeks before the virus broke out (201) overseen by the beneficent Bill Gates with no vested interests
Is there any logical or scientific experimentation behind the 2 m rule, and why was it called social distancing not physical distancing. Is this an indication that these pesky human beings are being too human for their own good? I mean, we can’t have people having feelings for each other, expressing emotion, because in the forthcoming world of artificial intelligence these features will have no place.
You don’t have to listen to UKcolumn with their thrice weekly broadcasts to know that statistics can be fiddled and that is the main problem, the main problem that we are aware of anyway. I feel that countries exert some pressure on other countries. Very biased scientists such as Niall Ferguson of Imperial College (funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation) make the most wild prophecies of deaths based on faulty computer models and then revise them down and down when the absurdity becomes more and more obvious.
Apart from this chicanery there is a certain political aspect to the figures in that authorities have been told to ascribe a death to a virus even if only it’s component parts are present. “Oh well let’s put it down to Corona” is the approach that many people are taking.  I refer you a video on my website, Dr Andrew Kaufman, M.D., who systematically dismantles the whole identity thing and even questions whether we are looking at a genuine virus or whether it is just an inference that in the presence of certain markers the virus exists. Clue : exosomes.
I am fascinated how David Icke’s down-to-earth talk with LondonReal had such a huge effect which is a great compliment to him and his courage (so what’s new). It has been copied and shared about 4 million times. Youtube is quickly losing its reputation; other platforms are being sought as a plan B if and when You tube follows ‘their community guidelines’ and removes material offensive to the NEW WORLD ORDER and of course to the BBC with their wonderfully balanced 20 4/7 fear mongering.
Funny, we never hear  on the BBC from the doctors who think we are exaggerating the whole situation nor do we hear from nutritionists about the value of vitamin C and other substances. The pharmaceutical industry need people whose immune systems are compromised in order to profit and that’s why they are banning natural medicine simply to maximise profits.
Yes, I know you know that already, but it does well to say it again.
The lock down is probably the worst model for preventing a work-through of the virus which many say is akin to the common cold and as we were reminded by the UK government itself late on in March, the alarm has been reduced to a normal level. It is a comment on the corruption of the press that this was not mentioned but then again if you want to sell newspapers then fear sells. boom boom. Their advertising revenue is down 80% so who cn blame them.
I do not think the lock down will last beyond the end of this month, and that’s just my opinion, because when firms have paid out the monthly salary cheques there will be very little left in the kitty so the pressure on the government will increase.  Also, bankruptcies will increase enormously and we will be left without any high street activity if we are not careful.
As for people being afraid, I find the fear is much less among people under 30 including belief in the need for a lock down but when you get to the over 60s they are in the mindset of believing everything they hear including the doctor including the BBC and these are the most difficult for me to talk to. I function as a gardener to learn my daily bread (free therapy for me working in nature) and most of the older people are too traumatised even to talk about it never mind mentioning the immune system, fake figures etc.
Outside Tescos, Midsomer Norton at 11am yesterday queuing obediently. amazing what a yellow hi viz jacket does.  Thursday 9th April
You could almost see them switch off so I have found that the best approach with them is to play the game, ‘be afraid’, assure them that they won’t die and even this is difficult and just get on with the job. Some people queueing outside supermarkets, it is said that we invented the queue so we mustn’t complain if we have to being one. The staff are interpreting what they are told from head office so ranting at them even politely is a waste of time. They probably hate what they have to do as much as we hate it
So, it’s a waiting game. I go out and about as I please and if anyone asks me I tell them it’s a recreational walk, my exercise for the day, on the way to do shopping, but the funny thing is there are no police around here and they are probably too worried about themselves to be too aggressive in case they have to touch the people they have to arrest.
Talk about smoke and mirrors, but at the end of the day, the more you know the less afraid you are. I can put my hand on my heart and say that I’m not afraid at all and in fact as I said above I look forward to each and every day, especially as I can see the clear blue sky out of my office window. Please visit my corona section. You will read material there that you will not find elsewhere due to Google’s algorithms which are becoming more corrupt by the week.
So one more time, knowledge brings freedom (from fear) or as someone said ‘perfect love casts out fear.
Those who do not have the knowledge will eventually be happily lining up for the compulsory vaccination jab which will be happening for example in Denmark and probably America and later in the UK and also when the time comes happily receiving a microchip because they are told that ‘it is for their own good’.
What could be more transparent than that.
Lots of love … and hugs (later)
Brian

 

 

The sheep get more sheepish

Outside Tesco’s this morning. The queue to get in bends in and out on itself. I reckon it’s good to take about 50  min to get in the store. The bigger the store, the longer the queue. I’m getting to like corner shops these days.

I decided to do a dowsing to see what proportion of people by age group felt that a lockdown was necessary and I got the following;

age group 18 to 30 – 7%
age group 31 to 60 – 22%
over 60 – 70%

If the weekend remains sunny I would guess there will be quite a rebellion from people who just had enough and go outside anyway. They have closed Brockwell Park in south London. Very unwise. The one place that people can relax outside. I know that recent death figures have been fiddled to make them seem worse than they are and this combined with false positives in testing, and false attributing to Corona when it could be something else, the whole thing is developing into a farce. In my whole life I can’t recall anything that has been so designed to destroy a country.

If you want the latest, do visit my website which is a good resource for information. https://www.5gexposed.com/the-corona-virus/

A beautiful evening,full of sun and warmth. Francoise has cleaned the windows, reorganise the garden and take on some of the cobwebs out of the conservatory. I went for a drive around to collect some eggs.

A positive attitude to cancer

It is not often that I reproduce someone else’s material (with permission)  but I’m so moved by this letter from a long-standing colleague of mine, David Dees, but I do so  in the interest of helping us all myself included to get a better attitude when we are struck down with some disease. Who knows, it could happen to anyone. NB I’m not endorsing radiation or any particular treatment, I’m just observing the spirit of my friend as he responds as best he can to unexpected circumstances and developments.

howdy,

Yep, still alive, that is the update.

Springtime exploding in southern Oregon today, beautiful blue skies, the colors of blooming fruit trees, feeling optimistic, invigorated, and focused in the battle of my life after being diagnosed with stage 4 melanoma cancer in my liver, lungs, spleen, and inside the spine vertebrae.

Now, a month after release from hospital tests, MRIs, cat scans, and exams by cancer oncologists, I have had to make a nerve rattling mind numbing decision about doing the unthinkable, taking radiation treatment. The pain from the spine lesions is paralyzing my leg. Just a minor problem, now i can’t really walk without severe pain and a crutch.

While my alternative choices of treatment are working nicely, with evidence being the lesions are shrinking the last weeks, this week the underarm lump that was dwindling made a big come back and increased in size, as did an under skin nodule doubled in size and inflammation. Could just be a healing reaction.

But my main concern now is the spine.

Radiation doctor is saying to target them with low doses of radioactive blasts ten times in ten days and see how much the frisky tumor buggers enjoy that bath of poison?

Cut to the chase.

Today went in for the second treatment. As i can barely can drag around my painfully stiff numb right leg, i got a medical ride to the hospital and was met at the entrance with a wheelchair and a super sweet staff of nurses and specialists to usher me up to the room James Bond weaponry would have nodded approval at.

This contraption, the radiation machine does all the work, you lay on a slab while it revolves around shooting invisible particle beams of electra pro sub photon radiation particles, or whatever. I was wheeled in, carefully arranged on the slab and in minutes i was all alone in the room with this machine revolving around me flashing, twisting through the programs, delivering invisible radiation daggers, as red laser lights seemed to stare at me from different angles, reminds me of Hal in 2001 space odyssey movie, Then I flashed the thought of the book cover of Ty Bollinger’s huge best seller – Cancer – Think outside the Box. , which I designed the cover art showing the radiation machine baking the victimized patient with graphic yellow green beams of radioactivity.

And here i am in the same scary depiction.

The first day i had no side effects, but as the therapy builds, today i had a pretty hard fatigue and some nausea. But, i am so hoping this relief of pressure on the spine will give me my mobility back, take this ‘one step at a time’.

Here is the regimen

1. Deep breathing – Wim Hof Method – 200 deep breaths
2. Cold showers – Gradual hot to cold
3. Rife Frequency – GB4000 generator + amp
4. Essiac tea
5. Cannabis oil
6. Ozone treated water
7. Hydrogen peroxide
8. Iodine
9. Turkey Tail mushroom extract
10. Allicin-C
11. Carnivora
12. B-17
13. Vitamin C
14. Fenbendazole (dog dewormer)
15. Micro Algae
16. Curcumin Tumeric
17. Baking Soda and Lemon
18. Paw Paw
19. Colostrum
20. Diatomaceous Earth
21. Black seed oil
22. Apricot seeds

I have just heard that Ian Crane who runs the Alternative View conferences annually in the UK is suffering from severe cancer. This is all the worse because his daughter, who lives in Greece, will be unable to be by his side unless by some magic she has found a flight.

14th day of lockdown – maintaining the fear

I have to say that for me the soft lockdown doesn’t really make much difference, I go out and about in the car and on foot.  I don’t have to make sure that I’m out of the way of people because as soon as people in the street see someone coming towards then they move aside.  Talk about controlled by fear.  My days are busy with my own research, sitting in the garden in the sun, eating, watching TV, and enjoying the luxury of a warm bed. Ah the simple pleasures of life. I LOVE having an empty diary.

I see pictures in the papers  of people enjoying themselves sunbathing in parks and police vainly trying to persuade them to go home or isolate.  If this lockdown goes on much longer I can see people rebelling in large numbers especially the young.  I do agree that it doesn’t make sense to visit older people  in residential homes, because they are more susceptible to opportunistic viruses or whatever it is so they have to be alone.

I do have every concern for people who are running out of money or more likely going into overdraft, especially if they have partners and children to support but I am more concerned for the country in general.  How long will it take to recover.  I reckon one week of downtime will result in one month of recovery time so if we are down for six weeks I reckon it will take six months.  But it will be worse with a garden centres who may not recover for the whole year due to the seasonal nature of their stock..

We are being told not to use cash because it could carry germs.  This is a prelude to a cashless society which will enable control over our affairs in other words if we are not compliant, or if we have criminal records, our credit cards will be of no use.  This is called a totalitarian society.

Today is my fifth day without listen or watching ‘News’. From the BBC we can obtain an unending stream of fear porn and it makes me physically sick to listen to the nonsense, people behaving like sheep, ridiculous statistics and forecasts.  I don’t feel I have missed anything because I can get what I need from the newspaper.

Useless fact of the day – I read that butterflies are the only creature not susceptible to electromagnetic waves.  Not quite sure if that will ever be useful to me but it’s quite nice to know.  David Icke is telling us that hospitals have the instruction to write the cause of any disease which is un identifiable and which leads to death as the coronavirus.  This is because the real numbers of people who are dying are not sufficient to keep the public in a state of fear.  Older patients are also being encouraged, irrespective of the reason they are in hospital, to sign a DNR do not resuscitate note.  What wonderful times we live in or to use that euphemism what ‘interesting times’ we are living in.  The main thing is to live in faith.

I have come across more than once a rather grim website which tells of plans to cull the population of the world by 2025.  This Corona business is just a foretaste of what the people who run the world can do. I dont want to make anyone unhappy at this time so if you feel strong do have a look at it. Deagel.com .  Check your own country to see the prophecy for it. What have our wonderful masters got in mind for us?

The wording of the Georgia Guidestones, above is as follows:
(read between the lines, folks)

Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.

Guide reproduction wisely – improving fitness and diversity.

Unite humanity with a living new language.

Rule passion – faith – tradition – and all things with tempered reason.

Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.

Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.

Avoid petty laws and useless officials.

Balance personal rights with social duties.

Prize truth – beauty – love – seeking harmony with the infinite.