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Jan 20, 2023·edited Jan 20, 2023Liked by Mike Stone
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Thank you Gram for the recommendations! I love Dr. Cowan's "Breaking the Spell!" I am a huge fan of Dawn Lester and David Parkers work as well as Torsten Engelbrecht's "Virus Mania." Those are all great resources. 🙂

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Jan 28, 2023Liked by Mike Stone

Another possible cause of "polio" could be found, historically, in wallpaper. The following from an article in Nature, 12 June 2003, titled "William Morris made poisonous wallpaper" The quote, "Andy Meharg of the University of Aberdeen in Scotland has found arsenic in the green pigment in an early sample of Morris's patterned wallpaper, produced some time between 1864 and 1875. Such pigments were suspected even in the mid-nineteenth century of releasing toxic fumes if they become damp." Polio is poisoning. Thanks Mike, this one deserves a reread!

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You are very welcome Lynn! 😁

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Jan 31, 2023Liked by Mike Stone

It's called legerdemain : From Middle English legerdemeyn, lechardemane, from Old French léger de main (literally “light of hand”), a phrase that meant “dexterous, skillful at fooling others.

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I can see how they use the same methods with Autism. Makes total sense on why it takes numerous appts for a diagnosis and multiple hoops are required for recognition

And proving vaccine damage compensation is weighted against the injured

They design these tricks and it’s not incompetence

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