Medeea Greere #crackpot #conspiracy #quack #ufo

Why is this brutal, painful, aggressive false test, which gets in people’s noses, breaking the brain barrier? And then I remembered…

When I read about the hieroglyphs of Hatchepsout Temple a couple of years ago, I met this method there.
It was an ancient Egyptian method, but I think the Egyptians also took it from “someone”, because this kind of intervention, the violation of the epithelial dam through the nose, activates the panic center and the fear center in people.
This is scientifically called a reptilian brainstorm, which is responsible for the development of fear, between other things.

Well, in ancient Egypt, the slaves who were captured to build the pyramids, before that, were subjected to this intervention, as they could modify the “reptilian” nerve of the human brain, and if they did the “PCR test” well, the person he becomes in a state of fear of death, so he is an obedient, influential, perfect slave in the deadly work of pyramid building (this is also a nice little illuminati symbol ).

This has now become part of the method of intimidation in the media and politics. People are afraid of the PCR test, the + or – result is crucial, and meanwhile, this fear becomes permanent psychosis if the PCR test is used to violate the pituitary epithelium in front of the reptilian brainstem.
And then, the intimidated people are afraid and become obedient, wears the mask, and does not dare to bounce back, even if his mother or child is scraped in front of him in a black corpse bag after being killed according to protocol.

There is a whole series of this on the wall of the great temple of Thebes, with an exact description of how to enslave slaves to obedience with fear.



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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