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May 5, 2020

COVID: Going to the Dogs



Pet dogs, pet cats, lions and tigers at the zoo—all testing positive for SARS-CoV-2. Wuhan reported that 15% of the housecats tested were positive for COVID-19 antibodies, but no case of illness was reported in Chinese kitty-cats. The first COVID-19 dog case in China, a 17-yr-old Pomeranian, was held in quarantine longer than its CoV-positive owner, and died 2 days after being released, at which time it was negative, never having shown any symptoms. The second COVID-positive dog in China, a pet German shepherd, showed no signs or symptoms and was still remanded to quarantine. The United States, however, is reporting illness; the first U.S. dog case is a pug named Winston who developed a cough –and he’s doing fine now. His owners are a COVID-positive family of three with other pets, and part of the medical community in North Carolina.


Five tigers and three lions at the Bronx Zoo are all presumed to have contracted COVID-19 from a single human handler. But this is where the story gets interesting because zoo animals have been subject to long-term observation with scientific analyses –a situation reviewed in my current ‘go-to’ resource for electrosensitivity diseases—The Invisible Rainbow.  The startling awareness at the moment is that Arthur Firstenberg’s 2017 book is a virtual guide to the COVID pandemic.


Hang on, because this is an intricate endeavor. I don’t want to bombard you with technicalities as I go through a COVID series of posts. The epidemiology and ‘underlying condition’ causes are essential to know and what it’s all about, including the social, cultural, unconstitutional and likewise. The genetic, biomedical, and biotechnology information about coronavirus and its sequelae correlates in full.  At the same time, on the technical front, I’m just a few steps ahead of my posts in this maze – a-maze-ing. Yeah. That said, Mr. Firstenberg, no doubt a principled 4-year medical student, vegetarian, and activist who dedicated his book to a beloved friend beset with porphyria, has filled a void left derelict by our public health policy professionals. I bought Firstenberg’s book in the first place to help me fill out the composited health effects in my research on influenza and polio, diseases of radiation exposure –he doesn’t at all deal with polio, nuclear industry, or radioactive materials and fallout. Rather sticking scrupulously to electrification and microwaves as we know them, The Invisible Rainbow drops you right in the memory hole.  A memory hole, a very old expression coined from the native Americans, is not where information goes to die of neglect, but where it goes to be found and cherished.

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*It’s all happening at the Zoo.*

In chapter 11, “Irritable Heart”, Arthur Firstenberg writes, “Whatever environmental factor was affecting human beings in America during the 1930s and 1940s was also affecting all the animals in the Philadelphia Zoo. The Laboratory of Comparative Pathology was a unique facility founded at the zoo in 1901. And from 1916 to 1964 [they] kept complete records of autopsies performed on over thirteen thousand animals that had died in the zoo. During this period, arteriosclerosis increased an astonishing ten-to-twenty-fold among all species of mammals and birds. In 1923, [Herbert] Fox had written that such lesions were ‘exceedingly rare,’ occurring in less than two percent of animals as a…finding at autopsy. The incidence rose rapidly during the 1930s, and by the 1950s arteriosclerosis was not only occurring in young animals, but was often the cause of their death… Coronary heart disease appeared even more suddenly. In fact. Before 1945 the disease did not exist at the zoo. And the first heart attacks ever recorded in zoo animals occurred ten years later, in 1955… [By] 1963, over 90 percent of all mammals and 72 percent of all birds that died in the zoo had coronary disease, while 24 percent of the mammals and 10 percent of the birds had had heart attacks. And the majority of heart attacks were occurring in young animals in the first half of their expected life spans… Diet had nothing to do with these changes… [D]iets were the same at all times between 1935 and 1964… [T]housands of miles away, researchers were finding arteriosclerosis in 22 percent of the animals in the London Zoo in 1960, and a similar number in the Zoo of Antwerp Belgium in 1962. The element that increased most spectacularly in the environment during the 1950s when coronary disease was exploding among humans and animals was radio frequency (RF) radiation.” –pp171-172, The Invisible Rainbow

“Trained as a biologist, Allan H. Frey became interested in microwave research in 1960 by following his curiosity… He left his job at General Electric and began doing full-time research into the biological effects of microwave radiation. In 1961, he published his first paper on ‘microwave hearing’ [which Frey himself could hear]… He spent the next two decades experimenting on animals…to clarify [RF] effects on the auditory system, the eyes, the brain, the nervous system, and the heart. He discovered the blood-brain barrier effect, an alarming damage to the protective shield that keeps bacteria, viruses, and toxic chemicals out of the brain –damage that occurs at levels of radiation that are much lower than what is emitted by cells phones today… The effects Frey demonstrated occur because the heart is an electrical organ and microwave pulses interfere with the heart’s pacemaker. But in addition to these direct effects, there is a more basic problem: microwave radiation, and electricity in general, starves the heart of oxygen because of effects at the cellular level.” –pp176-177, ibid. “The fundamental defect…is that although enough oxygen and nutrients reach the cells, the mitochondria –the powerhouse of the cells—cannot efficiently use that oxygen and those nutrients, and not enough energy is produced to satisfy the requirements of heart, brain, muscles, and organs. This effectively starves the entire body, including the heart, of oxygen, and can eventually damage the heart.” –p187, ibid.

–oxidative stress, a cause in AIDS we learn from Dr. Nancy Banks’ book AIDS, Opium, Diamonds, and Empire


Because of homology across species and ‘receptors,’ we sink or swim, crawl, leap and fly together. One Medicine. One World. “One level of Health for all…” (NIH lobbyist Florence S. Mahoney)

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The Chapel Hill, North Carolina family, owners of Winston the pug, are enrolled in a special study called MESSI –for Molecular and Epidemiological Study of Suspected Infection –messy, got it?—a DoD-funded project headed by Dr. Christopher W. Woods. “Woods is a principal investigator [PI] in a $3.8 million DARPA project to help develop genetic test[s] for exposure to weapons of mass destruction.”

 “His research focuses on the development of novel diagnostic approaches to infectious disease and the potential for interspecies transmission of pathogens. His genomic approach to harnessing the host response for diagnosis of infectious diseases has been called a paradigm shift in the field. Dr. Woods is a partner in the Southeastern Center for Emerging Biological Threats, core PI of the Southeastern Research Center for Excellence on Emerging Infections and Biodefense, and a leader in the NIH-funded Vaccine and Therapeutics Evaluation Unit at Duke.”

If you are COVID positive, have a pet, and would like to enroll in a study, there are multiple “One Health” initiatives underway. University of Washington One Health Research asks not to include birds or reptiles, and if you have one, no pangolins.


“Pangolin CoV and one type of bat CoV are likely to be able to use both human and other animal ACE2 to gain entry into the host cells. Moreover, the SARS-CoV-2 virus can bind to multiple animal ACE2s even if the furin cleavage site is deleted. Thus, many of these wild animals can be natural hosts or intermediate hosts for the novel coronavirus and its progenitor.”



November 8, 2009

A Few Words About the Agenda

Most “conspiracy” researchers like myself have found that the last 200 years of history prove an undeniable case for the emergence of a One World System in our lifetimes run by the Rothschild banking establishment and founded on the traditions of the Talmud. Hoax or not, the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion is a tangible demonstration of the Plan for global domination. The evidence is all around us, just as the evidence for the destruction on 9-11 points to Israel and the complicity of high-ranking public officials. The publications from the Club of Rome likewise read like “progress reports” for the Protocols agenda. For all of ‘us’ who will be subject to this agenda, and yet remain outside of the zones of open hostility, day-to-day life has been compared to the hapless frog in a slow-to-boil pot; each day a little more hot and a little less free.
The peculiar directions of science and medical research over the last century are incredibly revealing in the amount of comprehension attained in biological control and we are left to guess at how much of each day’s “measure” is serving this Grand Design. I started this blog in July09 in the midst of a “pandemic” that is not happening because of a deep foreboding that the Controls being sought are nearly in hand. There is no rational/logical explanation for things like mandatory vaccines, forced healthcare, carbon-footprint permits and the like when it flies in the face of experiential science. What else can it be but the consolidation of the Plan? Every article here in my blog is telling an aspect of this story; One story about One World, where everything coalesces under the rulership of an earthy oligarchy. Once they rule you, they own you, and then they will create or annihilate you as they see fit. There is no future but Their future and ‘we’ are to be made less than fully human to eliminate their competition. It’s an old ‘conquerors’ trick, once merely a device of speech and record-keeping to alter social perceptions but today achievable in physical fact.  How will we be ‘less than human’ –perhaps by becoming programmable DNA computers. Take a look:

DARPA has been working on an artificial intelligence ‘interface’ for untold years, calling it the “Golem Project” in respect of the Talmudic tradition. I don’t know how many of the visible aspects of DARPA’s Golem program apply to its greater activity, but in essence I assume that all of it does. The impetus in DNA computing, according to Ehud Shapiro of the Weizmann Institute speaking in 2003, is to find a “molecule that can recognize, cut and join DNA sequences in specific ways”, what he suggests will be “designer enzymes…that can do things and go to places that silicon can’t –such as inside our cells to make and control drugs.” . Phage and virus already do this naturally –enter our cells and install a program– so the question is begging about the ability of virus-like ‘nano-machines’ harnessed for the activity of synthesizing specific enzymes to run an assembly program. If you were going to ‘assemble’ a DNA computer capable of replicating and replacing its own parts, wouldn’t the ideal machine have an immortal and unlimited source of those parts? Cancer cells are just such an immortal cellular anomaly. A pharmaceutical-generating program that can control cancer cells in the self-performance of chemotherapy has the capacity I would think of becoming an immortal DNA computer, capable of replacing itself with endless ‘perfect copies’ while keeping the overproduction of those cells in check.

Such thoughts account for the intentional induction of cancer-causing substances today. Cancer cells may become the needed raw material for constructing immortal bio-bot computers. The staggering potential of DNA computing forecast by Leonard Adleman is that “One gram of DNA can store as much information as a trillion compact discs”. “What’s more”, states the text of the USC webpages above, “myriad DNA molecules can examine every possible [pathway] at once, rather than one at a time as in a conventional computer”. With this much incredible promise, is it likely that the DNA computing science would take a backseat? If I’m on the right track with this projection, a lot of agendas appear to be satisfied. I’m over my head here, but too intrigued not to steer for personally unchartered waters. Explanations for the presence of sophisticated and nano-sized materials in food, vaccines and chemtrails are not forthcoming and yet they are turning up in products of every description. At the atomic level, organic, inorganic and cellular materials have new and different properties, most informative of which comes from electrochemical experiments.  As in the past, this new technical platform will be maximally spun-off and exploited in some ultimate pursuit of global mastery.


“Nanotechnology may replace the current treatment for cancer” [Feb. 2007] 

2004– “Recently, simple molecular-scale autonomous programmable computers were demonstrated… allowing both input and output… Such computers, using biological molecules as input data and biologically active molecules as output, could produce a system for ‘logical’ control of biological processes… As proof of principle, we programmed the computer to identify and analyze mRNA of disease-related genes associated with models of ..cancer, and to produce a single-stranded DNA molecule modelled after an anticancer drug.”

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