A couple of years’ ago, I tripped over the idea of ‘mud fossils’ on Youtube, and I spent a fortnight watching everything I could about them.
The basic idea is very simple, and also makes sense in terms of the chemistry – but it’s incredibly challenging to really internalise.
In a nutshell, so much of what we relate to as ‘earth’ and ‘rocks’ and ‘stones’ in the world was once alive.
After the great flood, all the living creatures on the earth – including the giants that the Torah talks about in a number of different places – became ‘fossilised’ and petrified by the flood waters.
If you watch this video below, (shmirat eynayim friendly) it will give you a basic introduction to the idea.
Now, I consider myself mostly open-minded.
I am prepared to look at the evidence, and to evaluate it as ‘fairly’ as I can.
But even though there was a lot of objective, scientific evidence to suggest that much of the mud fossil premise is correct – it was still way too mind-blowing to really deal with, two years back.
So now, what’s changed?
Why am I broaching this subject now, here on the blog (and probably making my husband cringe that I’m blowing my cred…)?
One of the commentators on the Tomer Devorah blog left a link to this short clip, apparently from a movie done in 2007. They didn’t leave details of what the movie is called, but this short 2 minute cartoon clip was uploaded to Youtube in 2016, so it definitely predated the current COVID-19 plandemic by at least 3 years.
You can see it here:
This clip lays out the following scenario:
- There’s a fake ‘plandemic’ across the globe.
- The authorities use is as the excuse to start injecting people with a ‘virus’ that alters the structure of the body’s cells, and start to turn the living tissue into biometals.
- They pick one country – in the cartoon Japan – to run the experiment on.
- When the ‘virus’ reaches the brain – people become mindless, remote-controllable, ‘metallized’ androids.
Such science fiction, isn’t it?
Except I watched this cartoon, then instantly remembered all the ‘mud fossil’ stuff about how living tissue can become petrified (very easily, and very quickly) to become metal and stone, with the right circumstances and technology.
The ancient Greeks and the ancient Egyptians had a type of technology to ‘petrify’ people and turn them to stone.
It’s mentioned in legends and fairy tales – apparently – like the famous Head of Medusa:
In Greek mythology, Medusa also called Gorgo, was one of the three monstrous Gorgons, generally described as winged human females with living venomous snakes in place of hair. Those who gazed into her eyes would turn to stone.
All this is just a fairy tale, right?
As we’re doing full weird in this post, let me also toss this out there:
A couple of months ago, I got stuck behind a Starbucks coffee van, and I got the idea in my head to go and look up who that strange Starbucks ‘mythical woman’ – with kinda weird serpentine hair and unhuman hands – actually was.
It wasn’t Medusa.
It was something that I actually found even more disturbing.
The Starbucks lady is based on another ‘mythical figure’ called Melusine.
This from Wiki:
Melusine or Melusina is a figure of European folklore and mythology, a female spirit of fresh water in a sacred spring or river. She is usually depicted as a woman who is a serpent or fish from the waist down (much like a mermaid). She is also sometimes illustrated with wings, two tails, or both.
The House of Luxembourg (which ruled the Holy Roman Empire from AD 1308 to AD 1437 as well as Bohemia and Hungary), the House of Anjou and their descendants the House of Plantagenet (kings of England) and the French House of Lusignan (kings of Cyprus from AD 1205–1472, and for shorter periods over Armenia and Jerusalem) are said in folk tales and medieval literature to be descended from Melusine.
If you’re interested, go read up that Wikipedia account of ‘Melusine’, the half-snake ancestor of European royalty.
When I starting poking around all this ‘transgender’ stuff last week, the idea of Melusine – that beautiful woman on top, who is actually a snake below the waist – flashed into my head.
I’m not drawing any conclusions, I’m just putting this stuff out there as ‘interesting’.
I have the feeling that even stuff like slave-trading crypto Jews who actually started off the Protestant Reformation is only going to end up ranking a weak 4-5 on the ‘weird but true’ scale, by the end of this whole process of moving into the world of truth, ahead of Moshiach.
Until we’ve figured more of this out, let me say this: take a pass on those vaccines.
There are just too many weird coincidences going on here for us to totally ignore the signals Hashem is clearly sending, that something with this whole COVID-19 ‘story’ is really, really, wrong.
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