Monday, April 13, 2020

By Gary Rosenberg

As a student and teacher in Metaphysics I find myself returning to some basic truths which generally help me to get centered and understand what is being manifested in our world at any time.  Most of these I have discussed in past posts on my blog. However, they bear repeating at this time.

I always begin every exploration of manifestations in our world with the premise: “Behind every manifestation is a consciousness, an intention, an idea, a desire.”  What is meant by this statement? What we often refer to as God, the Creator, all that Is, the Divine and is pure consciousness – mind.  It manifests everything beginning with thought through a process It has created called Creation and governed by Universal Laws.  The laws I have cited here are just some of the basic ones.  There are many more and I encourage you to start exploring these.

The Universal Laws are impersonal, non-judgmental and always enforce.  Likewise, the Divine is impersonal non-judgmental and always ready to interact with us.  As that of the Divine, created by the Divine we are at our essence pure consciousness, what we often refer to as the Soul or Inner Being.  As that of the Divine we also have the powers to create or co-create similarly as does the Divine, beginning with our thoughts.  Our purpose is to receive love from the Divine and express this in our own special way. Being blessed with free-will and immortality we get to express what we desire most regardless of the outcome.  We continue to co-create eternally manifesting realities.  Those realities we want we call good.  Those realities we don’t want we call bad.

The Divine doesn’t care what we manifest.  It continues to bestow It’s love and Goodness on us always and it is simply up to us whether we are open to receive it or not.  Once we receive this love, we are to bestow it on others and the process of reception and bestowal of Divine Love continues in reciprocal fashion.

So, as we look upon our world today and wonder, what kind of God would allow this, the coronavirus to happen, we have to remember that It is a God which created us with the free-will to use our powers of co-creation in any way we choose.  It does not punish us for what we create.  If what we co-create manifests a world of dis-ease, pain and struggle, the pain and struggle is the result of our thoughts and desires interacting with the Universal Laws.  If we do not like what has been manifested in our world then we need to take a hard look at how our thoughts, desires, words and actions may have contributed to this and change them.

We need to seek truth with all honesty, recognize our mistakes in our thinking and desires both individually and collectively, work to correct them without passing judgment and reimagine a new world we really want.  This is a world which does not manifest so much pain and struggle, which understands our interconnectedness with each other and all life and which purpose is to bestow love.

Our world at this writing is experiencing yet another manifestation of a long history of cause-effect relationships of thought which began some 400,000 years ago with the introduction of the Anunnaki to our world.  This was a visitation of beings from another planet with powers of creation focused mostly on technological manifestations.  They were technologically advanced and spiritually immature. These beings who looked a lot like us were the creators of our modern- day humans through bio-genetics.  They brought with them a consciousness of separation, domination, exploitation and disassociation to our world which has been carried within us manifesting in unconscious fashion all the events leading up to today. 

I will not get into a discussion of the Anunnaki in this writing. You can learn more about them by exploring the works of people like Zecharia Sitchin and others who have translated the Sumerian Tablets which pre-de the Old Testament by 2500 years. Once you understand who the Anunnaki are you will better understand why our world is the way it is.

 I will discuss the Anunnaki in a future post.  For now, simply understand that the current coronavirus pandemic is yet another human drama created by our collective consciousness of separation handed down by the Anunnaki.  Through this consciousness of separation and disassociation we have manifested a world which is now unraveling with our whole biosphere and ecology nearing total collapse ensuring all manifestations of living things cease to exist including us.

In the midst of this truly existential threat the coronavirus drama continues to exhibit our total disassociation with reality as information through the news and social media abounds with distraction, fear, misinformation, contradictions and outright lies.  While I don’t doubt that the coronavirus exists, there are multiple agenda being played out taking advantage of the situation including world domination, personal power, political power, exploitation, fear, personal profit and likely more.  I honestly doubt there is an altruistic motive behind the response to this event. It is up to us individually and collectively to seek and demand truth from those powers which have managed this epoch- making travesty and visualize our own new world which is inclusive, cooperative, egalitarian, interconnected and with the purpose of a more harmonic Humanity.

The issues we face are much bigger than the coronavirus.  The major challenges for Humanity remain: How we are to fix all the manifestations of mistakes made over millennia?  How do we clean the oceans?  How do we decommission all the lethal nuclear plants?  How do we de-escalate nuclear arms? How do we begin to eliminate all the toxins in our environment from pesticides and herbicides to all the chemicals in our air and water?  How do we stop climate engineering? How do we re-design cities for more sustainability and interconnection with each other and the environment?  How do we ensure free and just societies in the future?  When and how do we reset our individual and collective consciousness to do this and so much more?

Remember we are that of God.  We have been created with free-will, the power to co-create and immortality.  Even though we may be heavily influenced by the consciousness of the ego-based Anunnaki we also have within us the consciousness of Divine Love.  It is totally up to us which of these we choose to manifest in our lives. The more of us who choose Love, oneness, fearlessness and cooperation over separation, fear, domination and exploitation the sooner we will see a shift in how we collectively address our current and future challenges

Sunday, April 5, 2020

By Gary Rosenberg
“Things are not always a they seem.”

"If one assumes that the number of asymptomatic or minimally symptomatic cases is several times as high as the number of reported cases, the case fatality rate may be considerably less than 1%."
-Anthony Fauci

“….. influenza epidemic is sending people to hospitals and urgent-care centers in every state, and medical centers are responding with extraordinary measures: asking staff to work overtime, setting up triage tents, restricting friends and family visits and canceling elective surgeries, to name a few.”

“We had to treat patients in places where we normally wouldn’t, like in recovery rooms,” says Camins. “The emergency room was very crowded, both with sick patients who needed to be admitted and patients who just needed to be seen and given Tamiflu.”

“In California, which has been particularly hard hit by this season’s flu, several hospitals have set up large “surge tents” outside their emergency departments to accommodate and treat flu patients. Even then, the LA Times reported this week, emergency departments had standing-room only, and some patients had to be treated in hallways.”

“The flu has especially affected hospital patients with other health issues, says Braciszewski, who works with cardiac patients. “Almost every patient in the hospital has the flu, and it’s making their pre-existing conditions worse,” she says. “More and more patients are needing mechanical ventilation due to respiratory failure from the flu and other rampant upper respiratory infections.”

Does this sound familiar?  This was a report in Time Magazine dated January 18, 2018.  Yet, there were no orders to self-quarantine.  So, is the coronavirus outbreak different than past annual viral episodes?  And if so, how?

The reporting on Covad-19 points to how the virus acts differently than other viruses and how it spreads more efficiently.  Yet the most common refrain is that scientists don’t know a lot about this virus and how it just popped out from nowhere.  What the ‘experts’ say is most lethal about this virus is that it attaches to the cells in such a way as to cause cellular malfunction which breaks down the respiratory system and can cause severe pneumonia or pneumonia like failures.

Yet, most people, over 80% experience mild symptoms with many not having any symptoms.  Those most vulnerable are people over 60 years of age with weakened immune systems.  The mortality rate is around 1%. My impression is that there is not enough data available to make an informed decision leaving plenty of room for interpretation, conjecture and manipulation.

Like so much else in the world of health, medicine and science the ‘experts’ often disagree:

“Several other groups have also identified the activation site as possibly enabling the virus to spread efficiently between humans4. They note that these sites are also found in other viruses that spread easily between people, including severe strains of the influenza virus.”

“But some researchers are cautious about overstating the role of the activation site in helping the coronavirus to spread more easily. ‘We don’t know if this is going to be a big deal or not, ’says Jason McLellan, a structural biologist at the University of Texas at Austin.”
“The scary part is we don’t even know how many people get normal coronaviruses every year,” Frieman says. “We don’t have any surveillance networks for coronaviruses like [we do for] flu. We don’t know why they go away in the winter, or where they go. We don’t know how these viruses mutate year on year.” Until now, research has been slow.” 

Note the operative word, “scary” in the quote from Mathew Freiman from the University of Maryland School of Medicine.   In fact, most of the what I see different with Covad-19 from all other virus outbreaks is how the news media makes this virus outbreak sound like the greatest existential threat to Humankind.

With the constant barrage of media on this virus pumping up fear daily and the world-wide quarantine which remains a moving target, what this virus has done that no other virus outbreak has accomplished is to literally shut down the world economy and spread fear.  And in America it is even worse with a GDP forecast of -38%.

Let’s consider annual fatality rates of other human events to try and compare.  The annual mortality rate in the United States of all illnesses is .00879% or a total number of 2,813,503. If everyone in the United States were to contract the coronavirus , which is highly unlikely and using Anthony Fauci’s highest  projected mortality rate of 1%, we could see a total number of deaths by this virus of 3,200,000, most of which would be people over 60 years of age with multiple pathologies. However, worst case estimates of Covid -19 deaths in the United states are between 100,000- 240,000 people.

Currently over 600,000 people die of cancer in the United States every year.  We know that 128,000 people die of pharmaceutical drugs every year and no one is calling to stop the making of these drugs.

We also know that the greatest existential threat we face is the total collapse of the biosphere which continues to unravel even in the hysteria of coronavirus.   In addition, there are numerous other existential threats facing humanity that are largely ignored including climate engineering, the ongoing (and unreported) radiation poisoning of the Fukushima Daiichi powerplant, the dying of our oceans, the long-term drop in oxygen levels, increasing methane levels with the melting of permafrost and the very real potential of a world-wide network of dangerous 5G technology. The list of anthropomorphic activity threatening our very existence goes on and on.

Yet the one and only event that poses the greatest threat to Humankind is the coronavirus.  This threat is so great we will destroy whole economies for untold years and with this hundred- of- millions of people’s lives.  Here in the United States we are willing to give up our freedoms of assembly, movement, association and speech stay in quarantine for an indefinite period of time.

Does this event pose such a threat it warrants such current and future devastation?  The major tool of the ruling elite, the Corporate News Media would have us believe so with its daily dose of fear- based reporting.  Something is afoot and it is not the coronavirus.

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

By Gary Rosenberg

On March 11, 2020 the World Health Organization (WHO) announced the coronavirus as a pandemic.  At that time WHO said, “The virus causes mild respiratory infections in about 80% of those infected, though about half will have pneumonia. Another 15% develop severe illness, and 5% need critical care.” Since then as of March 31, 2020 there are around 200 countries and territories with confirmed cases of coronavirus. Total cases worldwide equal 781,830 or .00010%   Reported deaths of 37,503 or a case fatality rate about 4.7%.  Compare this with the case fatality rate of a pandemic flu, SARS or MERS which had fatality rates of 9%, 10% and 36% respectively.

Who are those most likely to die from coronavirus?  The case fatality rate in the United States is .018%. In the United States  adults 60 years or older were twice as likely to die from complications of coronavirus.  The majority were in there 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s.  The youngest were in their 50s. Many lived in health facilities and had other pathologies.

As with any illness the strength of a person’s immune system plays a key role in the severity of the illness.  Here re findings of the CDC:

“Patients with no reported underlying medical conditions had an overall case fatality of 0.9%, but case fatality was higher for patients with comorbidities: 10.5% for those with cardiovascular disease, 7.3% for diabetes, and approximately 6% each for chronic respiratory disease, hypertension, and cancer.32 Heart disease, hypertension, prior stroke, diabetes, chronic lung disease, and chronic kidney disease have all been associated with increased illness severity and adverse outcomes.”

One of the greatest concerns with coronavirus is how fast it is transmitted between people.  It seems  one person who is most vocal about this is Bill Gates:

“In the past week, Covid-19 has started behaving a lot like the once-in-a-century pathogen we’ve been worried about. I hope it’s not that bad, but we should assume it will be until we know otherwise,” Gates wrote in the new paper.  This statement was made March 13 when it quoted the US mortality rate from coronavirus at 3.4%.  As of March 31, the US case mortality rate is .018%.

Gates has also asked for a national tracking system .  At a 2015 TED Talk discussed in a Forbes article , Forbes reported that Gates in anticipating a future pandemic stated that “Following the eventual end of the pandemic, Gates hopes that countries can work together to better prepare for similar situations, including the "need to have the ability to scale up diagnostics, drugs and vaccines very rapidly...the technologies exist to do this well if the right investments are made"

“Viruses like COVID-19 spread rapidly, but the development of vaccines and treatments to stop them moves slowly,” Mark Suzman, chief executive officer of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, said in a statement. “If we want to make the world safe from outbreaks like COVID-19, particularly for those most vulnerable, then we need to find a way to make research and development move faster. That requires governments, private enterprise, and philanthropic organizations to act quickly to fund R&D.”

In fact, Gates has a greater interest in finding and being involved with technological solutions to health problems.  From Politico:
“Over the past decade, the world’s richest man has become the World Health Organization’s second biggest donor, second only to the United States and just above the United Kingdom. This largesse gives him outsized influence over its agenda, one that could grow as the U.S. and the U.K. threaten to cut funding if the agency doesn’t make a better investment case.”

“The result, say his critics, is that Gates’ priorities have become the WHO’s. Rather than focusing on strengthening health care in poor countries — that would help, in their view, to contain future outbreaks like the Ebola epidemic — the agency spends a disproportionate amount of its resources on projects with the measurable outcomes Gates prefers…”

Covid-19 is reacting differently than other viruses and while it has been debunked that it was genetically created it is causing scientists and the medical industry to make some educated guesses. Based on all the research I’ve done I have concluded either our best minds have little idea what they are dealing with and offer only potential and at times risky medical solutions or they are not telling us everything.

While Covid-19 seems to spread faster and more efficiently than viruses in the past there is one consistent factor, “…some people with COVID-19 get incredibly sick, while others escape with mild or nonexistent symptoms.  Age is a factor. Elderly people are at risk of more severe infections possibly because their immune system can’t mount an effective initial defense, while children are less affected because their immune system is less likely to progress to a cytokine storm. But other factors—a person’s genes, the vagaries of their immune system, the amount of virus they’re exposed to, the other microbes in their bodies—might play a role too. “

In fact, as more data comes in we are finding that the strength of people’s immune systems play an increasingly important role in whether and how badly they contract coronavirus or any virus:

“It’s well known that death rates are higher among older people. Only 0.2% of people younger than 19 die. But for people between the ages of 60 and 69, the death rate is 3.6%. It jumps to 8% to 12.5% for those between ages 70 and 79 and 14.8% to 20% percent for those older than 80.”

“Emerging U.S. data confirms trends seen in China and Italy: Rates of serious COVID-related symptoms are higher in those with other medical problems and risk factors, such as diabetes, hypertension, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, coronary artery disease, cerebrovascular disease, chronic renal disease and smoking. In a U.S. Centers for Disease Control report released on Tuesday, higher percentages of patients with underlying conditions were admitted to the hospital and to an ICU than patients without other health issues.”

As a lung cancer survivor without the use of conventional medical protocols and using only natural healing methods, I see a much bigger picture with regard to the coronavirus.  This virus like all viruses exist in our world are only beginning to be understood.  They seem to survive as something like a parasite requiring a host.   In this case a host is typically an animal whether a bat, some other animal or humans.  Our body is full of viruses which do not affect us or do not affect us until our body and our immune system become compromised in some way.  Our world is in toxic imbalance and therefore, we are out of balance.  Imbalance causes dis ease. In order to heal we need to consider the two most important  things which affect our health:  Toxicity and deficiency.  Toxicity and deficiency are the result of imbalance of the spirit, mind and body.

However, we always have the capacity to heal with the right protocols.  Unfortunately, all too often our conventional medical protocols may cause harm as well as healing.  Many coronavirus patients are placed on ventilators.  What are the potential risks of ventilators?  From the US National Institutes of Health: “One of the most serious and common risks of being on a ventilator is pneumonia.  The breathing tube that’s put in your airway can allow bacteria to enter your lungs.  As a result, you may develop ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP).”

We are all familiar with the long list of potential side effects of pharmaceutical drugs prescribed to patients daily.  What we may not know is that 128,000 people die of pharmaceutical drugs every year.

And then there is the potential for human error.  Most of human error tends to be the result of our egos getting in the way of good judgement and good decisions.  Early in the outbreak of coronavirus in the United States the Trump Administration failed to roll out widespread and accessible testing as many of its peers had done.  Add to this problem a testing technology (PCR)  prone to false positives and false negatives. PCR testing is also subject to a very specific step by step protocol followed to insure most accurate results.  Given this complex and challenging situation it is no wonder health workers can find themselves not only overwhelmed but working in the dark.

The forced closures of businesses, schools, public places and the quarantine in countries all over the globe is unprecedented. While we have all become obsessed and distracted with the coronavirus and accepted forced quarantine, we may be missing the most important questions with regard to this real or perceived existential threat: “How could human activity and our environment help in creating this virus?  How might our overly toxic environment which is now destroying our planet create the perfect host for the virus to thrive? If we do not take this opportunity to change our lifestyles, clean up our environment and allow our planet to heal, how many other pathogenic outbreaks might we experience in the future? Are we willing to live in perpetual quarantine?  How will we address those people whose lives financially, emotionally and physically may never recover from this calamity?  Will there be people who take personal advantage of this situation? Will we seek justice and equal recourse for everyone or just the most powerful?  Is this a real or perceived threat?  Does it warrant shutting down whole economies world-wide? What are the lessons we can learn from this experience? Are we interested in asking the hard questions necessary in the search of the truth?

Future posts will attempt to answer some of these questions while others will be left for you to consider.