A few days ago I talked about the strange fatigue I've been feeling, and to my surprise, I received a number of comments from people around the world commenting that they had experienced it too.  Before I get to the article that caught my attention, I want to set the record clear. I maintain myself in relatively decent health, take supplements, and try to exercise. I am not a lazy person, nor have I ever suffered from chronic fatigue in my entire life. The fatigue that I have experienced comes usually - when it does come - very suddenly, and at a particular time of day, ca. 11AM. And that point my mental focus leaves, and I am exhausted, and my body feels like rubber. It comes suddenly, and externally, of this I am convinced. And it is not due to any psychological source.

As I indicated, I was surprised at the response to my blog, and decided to investigate further, when my friend George Ann Hughes of The Byte Show sent me the following link:

Scientists investigating ME get \'death threats\' for investigating psychological causes Read more:

Beyond the utter barbarism and absurdity of scientists being threatened with their life for daring to presume to investigate the phenomenon, there is something else in this article that disturbs me, and that is the implication that scientists are simply not listening to people like me. As I've said, my personal observation is that this started within the last two months, and - if a chronic condition - it is surprisingly unpredictable. Even the bio-medical causation explanation bothers me, because I have experienced no conditions that could lead to the sudden onsets of these fatigue episodes. Whatever is going on around the world to bring on these fatigue episodes in so many people in so many disparate parts of the world, one area that no on seems to want to investigate or even mention is other environmental causes.  If it is a global phenomenon it would seem to me that someone in fields of science would sit up and take notice, and investigate. Instead, governments (and corporations) seem to be throwing money at pre-conceived solutions, without genuine investigation. If this experience resonates with you, I'd like to hear from you.

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. paul degagne on August 14, 2011 at 3:40 am

    While I was searching for a book on Amazon I came across one with this title: “Everything can and will kill You.”

    I had to laugh at that one.

    I liked Dennis Kelly’s above post for she kind of nails the problem down. A sudden low is not a new development. It is the consequencial accumilation of JUNK or Poison.

    I remember Derrick Jensen ‘ Mentioning how some of those Scientists at the top like to show off how much more intelligent they are than the ordinary Joe or citizen. Jensen’s comment went something like this: “How intelligent is it to poison yourself (meaning ecocide)?

    That really stuck with me. They really aren’t as smart as they think they are. That leaves us some hope because with that attitude they are bound to make some mistakes. Hopefully, someone who really is that smart will be biding their time waiting — for the time of change.

    Also, it spells relief to someone who doesn’t have the greatest sense of self-estimation. (perhaps I should count it as a blessing when you look at how swell some of these scientists think of themselves. Yeah, it could be a check on myself for not getting too far away from reality)

    Here’s one more pleasant comment in line with Dennis’s post:

    A while back some research group did a study or took a sample of the general population. They saved the Umbilical Cords of around 350 (if you ask me the sample is too small — I don’t know?) Mothers. They then proceeded to do an analysis of the chemical composition of these cords.

    They found trace elements of over 250 toxic materials not exactly found in Nature. (Makes you think doesn’t it)

    Oh well. I say think of good wine. It has to age. So all this darkness has to seep in somewhere so we can experience more than just shallow surface appearances.

    You all have a good day.

  2. paul degagne on August 13, 2011 at 2:24 pm

    This reminds me of that guy Ruppert who wrote Crossing the Rubicon. He felt he caught something to do with his liver that was very strange and dangerous.

    But then I saw him on a more recent video and he dressed in an expensive suit and he looked pretty good to me.

    Some one shot kennedy in the the head. Taking care of small fry is no big deal so why worry? It, sic – they want you they’ll get you or us.

    I remember watching Keith Oberman and michael moore talking together and I think it was the later remarking to Moore, “If we really are effective ( meaning waking people up enough for them to get off their Gluteus Maximus . I remember what you said = watch the language) ) they would be stopped.

    Coincidently, oberman got canned but he’s now on Current TV. Big Deal. No matter how sincere he appears —foo-e on both of them I say.

    And while I’m at it I might as well comment again on Babylon’s Banker. I like pages 272 thr. 274 especially the part where you place the Venicians on a ‘Swamp’ facing the north with grand ideas.

    A good piece of writing that is. Kinda reminded me of Celine’s stories of the Vichey Regine making haste to get out of town or France in the face of the allies approach.

    I know the comparison is unusual but it’s not that strange when you consider it? One is advancing and the other is retreating.

  3. Steve on August 11, 2011 at 5:24 pm

    My symptoms started exactly like yours, and with the “assistance ” of mainstream medicine they got much worse. After 3 years I’m mostly recovered, but only with the radically different approach. The physical cause was identified as Dysbiosis, a fungal -bacterial infection in the intestines that can spread the fungus thru the entire body, including the blood-brain barrier, causing cognitive problems and infinite other symptoms that are often mistaken as the root causes. A coated tongue is a strong indicator of fungal issues. BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY the source cause of the fungal growth was traced to the mind-body connection issues mentioned kin an earlier post. Yes, perhaps antibiotic usage was the final straw in assuring the resulting imbalance, but the “conditions ” were created by the mind. All physical conditions are indeed created by the mind. Three years ago I’d dismiss anyone espousing this position, p?erhaps much as I’d once would’ve dismissed Dr. FERRELL’s writings 🙂 Now I am absolutely certain of the factuality of the mind-body connection , both through personal experience and EXTENSIVE research. I had to learn thislesson the hard way.

  4. 88Eddie on August 11, 2011 at 10:21 am

    Related to this is my perception that most Americans and perhaps most of the “western world” has become unreasonably pessimistic over the last year or so. Now, there are obviously many reasons for pessimism, and it is more rational than not to refuse to be foolishly optimistic in the face of current events.
    But I have a growing suspicion that something is dampening our natural resiliency beyond normal factors. Whether it is environmental or electromagnetic or whatever, it seems as though there is a growing sense of despair. I know normally tough, independent-minded people who state openly that “We’re through, and it’s just a matter of time before the chinese take over,” for example. Could this be an induced feeling of defeatism? (Cf. What the Mule did via telepathic powers to the worlds of the Foundation in Asimov’s trilogy.)

  5. Tim FONSECA on August 11, 2011 at 12:09 am

    Here is another addition…
    You could be the target of a retrovirus, Dr. Farrell.
    Once THEY get that retrovirus into your personal genome THEY just sit back and watch you go periodically through the tortures of extreme fatigue, mental confusion, depression, etc.
    It’s the easiest method to incapcitate whomever THEY consider troublemakers, short of killing by phony burglars, car accidents, phony suicides, etc.
    You just have to expect this kind of thing when you start exposing the schemes of THEY to the general public. Goes with the job.
    So keep strong, and keep fighting THEY.

  6. Tim FONSECA on August 10, 2011 at 10:50 pm

    All I can add is this.
    Remember when the American and Russian satellites collided. What if there was a pound of plutonium in the Russian satellite?
    Cough, cough, why do I feel so tired, why is my hair thining

  7. s wm carson on August 10, 2011 at 8:13 pm

    What a wonderful circle of souls, surround, love and support for oneanother, hello! the D3 info not because its a courant – but because it will help re-charge your entire ‘batterypak’ – will be most effectively potentiated if you can remove yourself into a semi-rural environment, go soon abroad before daylight, and spend as many hours out-of-doors as is possible! wear mimimal clothing, regardless of season – super cold plunges from time to time during the course of the day – viola! or tuba! thank you Joseph and friends ! scar

  8. Linda on August 7, 2011 at 1:16 pm

    You know, the body experiences “low energy” during the day and even back when I was young and the world was a different place, I’d get some sort of slump in the afternoon. Sometimes not very noticeable, sometimes more.

    What I would suggest is that as we get older our bodies tolerate less abuse, even if we would not have thought of it as abuse 20-30 years back.


    Eat regularly- food, not snacks

    Balance carbs and protein

    If you drink or eat anything “diet”- stop, immediately. It will probably have some form of Aspertame and even non-diet foods will have other versions of it, so you have to be careful. Just do a search for “Sweet Poison.”

    Eliminate as much as possible HFCS from your diet. High fructose corn syrup is especially prevalent in soft drinks. You might as well mainline sugar into your veins if you drink most sodas these days. Soda in moderation. We can get cola made from cane sugar, from Mexico, where I live. That’s still a lot of sugar and its more of a treat for us than a mainstay. Imagine that Mexico would still make soda the old fashioned way, with real sugar….. You will get sick easier if you eat a lot of sugar, at least, that’s the way it is around here for us. Sugar, too much of it, IMHO, is not your immune system’s friend.

    Wanting a soda may have as much to do with the “fizz” as anything else. Lots of sparkling water out there, flavored or not, with no calories. (No sugar)

    Try that for a while. It might not totally stop it but can make it less pervasive. You might also consider that people sometimes develop Type II diabetes later in life. I’d wonder if your symptoms have anything in common with that?

  9. marina pratt on August 7, 2011 at 1:10 pm

    Yep, 11am-est/edt- nap time…I have managed to hold this off recently until the afternoon but the brain dead issue is very distinct. But then, I am 75 so one would expect something like that…except, every day? evenwithcoffee!? I have suspected chem spray for a long while and then you mentioned the nuke plant thing and I thought that might be causal…but this business of scientists getting death threats for investigating? Gosh…how odd…but then, you know what is really odd…we found a dead mouse in our box fan today. There was no way for it to get there—none—it was very large to get through the small spaces…I am getting used to odd…I really don’t see any way to handle any of this anomolus stuff other than to just go “take a short lay down” {Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.} So, if you get any more data, let us know. In the mean time I hope we are well rested enough not to go out running and screaming in the street.

  10. Denise Kelly on August 7, 2011 at 12:12 pm

    “Kind of a Nazi way
    to do things….
    or Tuskegee”
    —Jon Norris

    TEMPCO Fukushima…radioactive jetstream…Gulf of Mexico…tainted oil spill…BP Oil…Corexit spray poison…Desert Storm…depleted uranium…Gulf War Syndrome…Chernobyl meltdown…mutant babies… worldwide chemtrail spraying…barium, aluminum, microbes…population reduction…rat poison next…get the drift…so to speak?

  11. HAL838 on August 7, 2011 at 8:37 am

    Hello Joseph.
    Are you familiar with “Chemtrails?”
    I can’t put up a link because this is actually a well known
    ‘problem’ and Rep Kucinich tried to put a stop to it even
    years ago when it first started.
    You’ll get various reasons and a ton of crap supposedly in them.
    But it is REAL !

    Look it up and don’t ‘buy’ the, or any, ‘official’ statement.
    Read the private research and the negative articles.
    It IS a world-wide phenomenon—
    and NOT good.

    Good Luck Sir,

  12. Nancy on August 7, 2011 at 7:35 am

    More than ‘tired: you are not alone. As a medical massage therapist there are more complaints about tired, even more than ‘stress’.
    Here are two things to remember: Japan’s radiation release has not been the only release in the past few years. Check back. News articles are small and maybe a sentence or two on the evening news, but there have been reports – check the levels of Xenon and the other gases in the jet stream — wikepedia – although not a medical journal will have enough information to confirm that Xenon alone can put you to sleep. There is also a website that follows the jetstream labeling the gases and you can check out your neighborhood.
    Now for the time. In the world of massage there are over 150 types and techniques of health care options. One of them is called Touch For Health. The creator studied how the organs energized and rested themselves – the 11am time you descibe Joseph is related to the ‘heart’ and runs from 11am to 1 pm (in whatever time zone you are in) the specific muscle is the subscapularis. All due credit to the creator John Thie. His web site is I do not practice everything he teaches, but have been reading up on the aspects of it. Some of the history from way back might ring-a-bell?
    There is also something else to note. Each organ and muscle responds to a specific frequency. It would be quite simple to set a ‘tuning fork’ of sorts to that ‘sound’ in a tone we can’t hear that would effect our bodies. Several crediable types of sound therapies are available to do that on an individual basis – maybe someone learned how to do it on a mass scale – or maybe it is related to sounds from sunspots that are different — so much to investigate! This resonse is just an FYI.

    • marina pratt on August 7, 2011 at 1:17 pm

      Wow! THANK YOU FOR THAT. I AM GOING TO TURN MY CHIROPRACTOR ON TO THIS IF HE HAS NOT YET RUN INTO IT. My daughter also—she is going to school to become a massage person. She is a hands on healer kinda gall..wait till she hears this…Now all I have to do is figure out how to hold onto this part of this email newsletter long enough to use it as a reference….wish me luck…no nap today…

  13. Antoine on August 7, 2011 at 3:17 am

    Might be any number of things. My wife has similar symptoms and was diagnosed with mild reactive hypoglycemia. In a nutshell, the body creates too much insulin to break down the sugars in the food she eats and so once she’s finished digesting there’s a surplus of insulin and that goes straight in the blood and eats all the sugar thereby creating hypoglycemia along with the exact symptoms you mentions. Write down what you eat than check for high carbs (noodles for examples) foods. I’ll bet if you spend a week without sugar and low carb foods you won’t have these symptoms.

    Again, it can be any number of things. Talk to a doctor! 🙂 We care.

  14. Jon Norris on August 7, 2011 at 2:25 am

    First off, I know a number of people who suffer with Chronic Fatigue, and I have never heard the term ME – it was also not defined in the article, a gross journalistic error.

    Chronic Fatigue (CF) is a syndrome, NOT a disease, so these researchers don’t seem to know what they are talking about. The whole article stinks to me of Propaganda. It has the same flavor as the early articles attacking the “anti-global warming fanatics” before there even was such a thing. This is a psy war ops piece, pure and simple.

    The difference between a syndrome and a disease is that a disease has a specific etiology and, if microbial, usual vectors of infection. A syndrome is a collection of symptoms which can have numerous causes which create overlapping symptom clusters, creating the same end result.

    Many diseases cause fatigue. Anyone who has ever had the flu or a bad cold understands this. Some diseases cause more fatigue than others, such as malaria and certain mycoplasma caused forms of hypoxia. These are NOT “all in people’s heads,” unless these buffoons, sorry, boffins, are advocating mind over matter.

    There certainly are psychological conditions which can cause fatigue, and no doubt some of those could indeed be treated by the means mentioned. That said, even many so-called psychological conditions have strongly biochemical roots and treatments.

    However, what these idiots don’t mention is that there are measurable lab results which can determine various other kinds of CF, including forms caused by mycoplasmas, mold, and Epstein-Barr virus. These are well-researched in the hard medical literature, and anyone who doesn’t know this is a liar or a fraud. These idiots should not have gotten airplay, and the whole thing smells of a phony PR thing.

    One thing is glaringly clear to me about this – these researchers don’t have the foggiest clue what they are talking about, because CF is neither a disease, nor does it have a single cause. Anyone who doesn’t know this knows absolutely nothing about the subject. My opinion is that they are Big Pharma stooges planting propaganda.

    The exact same thing has been said about many diseases and syndromes before, and is virtually always found out to be false. This kind of story is usually planted in the media prior to research coming out which might point the finger of blame at some entity who doesn’t want to own up to it, as with Gulf War Syndrome, and countless others.

    If this is the quality of their research with public money, then I certainly sympathize with anyone who might make a death threat. After all, researchers like these are condemning people with such conditions to public condemnation, shame, and suffering a slow, painful, lingering death without proper treatment.

    Kind of a Nazi way to do things….or Tuskegee.

    Completely bogus story.

  15. Mel Hatfield on August 7, 2011 at 1:54 am

    Frst stated, I am no professional on this subject. I only note that the stated goal of TPTB is to reduce the population of the Earth to 500,000,000…see:

    While it would be convienient to ascribe all of man’s maladies to TPTB’s stated goals, it would be equally wrong to dismiss the possibility out of hand. Technology could be available to accomplish this demonic goal and one could be assured that there are despots in high places who would resort to it’s use.

    I offer no cure, just encouragement and my prayers.

  16. Shari ^i^ on August 7, 2011 at 1:12 am

    All of the above could account for it but, frankly, Joe, I would not put it past TPTB to want to jam your frequencies, which I think we all know they can and would do if they wanted. You have even written about it! I am sure George Ann’s prayers help a lot, and I know you must have “protection” around you because of your integrity to purpose.

    Two people come to mind who have had to deal with attacks such as this. Both provide psychic defense tools to combat it. Stuart Swerdlow (uses brown to ground and a few other symbols; check his website for more info)(maybe you even know him from the lecture circuit) and George Kavasillas (Australia), who pulls his light from INSIDE. Both have encountered the dark ones and have survived, although not without a lot of problems caused in both of their lives, I gather.

    If I were you, I would check with these “experts” in psychic self-defense and start putting some up!

    I will intend a field of protection around you and yours as well. Can’t hurt, might help! We need the information you so lucidly bring forth! Reading “Genes” right now, and can’t put it down…

  17. Robert Wood on August 6, 2011 at 10:22 pm

    Dr. Farrell, I know there can be many potential causes for the symptoms you describe(though happening at the same time is certainly suspicious), but please factor electromagnetic possibilities into the equation. Everything from EM pollution to DEW, HAARP, cell-towers and phones etc…. The electromagnetic-spectrum has been weaponized.

  18. Melody on August 6, 2011 at 9:40 pm

    Fatigue: You may want to look into the subject of flouride in the drinking water and chemicals sometimes found in the chemtrails. There have been seen various issues of late relating to the NWO issues in the U.S.

  19. chris on August 6, 2011 at 9:20 pm

    Have you tried taking ginseng? korean ginseng pills or from vitamin shop perk me up. im one of those natural sleepy heads and yes i know this is different but maybe it will help. non addictive all natural. worth a shot.

  20. Brandon on August 6, 2011 at 8:22 pm

    I’m glad you bring this subject up, Dr. Farrell. What you’ve described is eerily similar to what I have been experiencing for the last couple of years. I cannot find the source of this fatigue, but I can describe what symptoms I experience.

    First off all, I am an active person, I exercise 5-6 days a week, eat lots of raw vegetables, and generally feel fine. If I go off this routine for a few days, it feels like my body and mind will just fall apart. lol Much of this effort to exercise has to do with fighting the inevitable fatigue. I’m 33 years old, and I shouldn’t feel like I’m 80.

    I hope this doesn’t sound too crazy, but one of the symptoms I have been experiencing is an extreme sensitivity to just about anything, especially light and sound. Even my sleeping cycles and dreams seem to be kind of hijacked. Insomnia has taken over, and my dreams are beyond vivid and nutty.

    Some days it sort of feels like I’m trying to walk under water or something, like an extra force of resistance that shouldn’t be there.

    Mentally, I often feel like I’m being drained even during simple tasks. I take all kinds of supplements, vitamins, raw vegetable juices, and I know that I shouldn’t be feeling this sort of fatigue. One of my friends described this same thing to me as well.

    Another mental symptom is this strange difficulty in concentration and coordination, like walking down stairs, it’s like part of me “turns off” or something.

    Maybe this has something to do with sun activity, or some cosmic force that is effecting human consciousness that is difficult to detect? I would have no idea.

    If my memory serves me correctly, I was way more vibrant in the summer. This has been going on for a couple of years now. Guess I should go see a doctor.

  21. aemp on August 6, 2011 at 8:00 pm

    Here is a better link.

    Dirty Electricity tells the story of Dr. Samuel Milham, the scientist who first alerted the world about the frightening link between occupational exposure to electromagnetic fields, electromagnetic pollution, and human disease. Milham takes readers through his early years and education, following the twisting path that led to his discovery that most of the twentieth century diseases of civilization, including cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and suicide, are caused by electromagnetic field exposure

  22. aemp on August 6, 2011 at 7:56 pm

    maybe dirty electricity inside of your home or office is the source of your condition, along with the microwave cellphone thing.

    • Mike Meehan on August 7, 2011 at 12:25 am

      My thoughts exactly – we have plug-in appliances, which filters D E – the ‘controllers’ have the means to usurp domestic electrical circuitry to bombard the body, mind and senses… However, I had discovered a few years back that when sensing something was afoot, just relax and/or meditate – I drop everythingthing and go out into the woods or our local Common (sometimes taking my Wands of Horus with me); I relax in stillness and really mellow down and let my DNA do the rest… it’s cool. Lately, and I’ve been doing this from home, I picture a ECHELON/E.I.S.C.A.T. facility in my mind and direct visions of bright light at it: I don’t know that it works, lol. However, I guess the information field can work for us as well as against us. Worth a try!

  23. Andrew Kalnins on August 6, 2011 at 7:05 pm


    an excellent book and treatment program for chronic fatigue is “The Divided Mind” by Dr John Sarno. Apparently, it is psychological. But it is mind/ body – both psychoplogical AND physical. The unconscious mind is creating physical symptoms. The purpose of the symptoms is to divert attention from unconsious emotional conflicts. The odd “pavlovian” nature of the symptons (e.g. they come at 11am) is also characteristic of this problem. He has an effective treatment program.

    It looks like his medical model is tremendously important – the mind/ body explanation can account for depression, enxiety, panic, psychosomatic disorders, “tennis elbow,” back pain, chronic fatigue, and may be the major cause of heart disease. Apparently, mind/ body medicine has been proposed at various times in the past as an explanation for many medical complaints, but it has been overridden in favour of drugs, surgery, physical therapy, etc.

    The main unconsious emotion the mind is diverting attention away from is usually anger.

    I hope this helps. The book is available on amazon.

  24. Denise Kelly on August 6, 2011 at 4:44 pm

    Dr. Farrell: In regard to your lethargy, do you use a cellphone? Take the batteries out when you’re not using it. Better yet throw it away—go back to landline.

    Is your computer setup wireless? Uh-oh. Same problem as cellphones. Even worse. Both will fry your brains. Got any cell-towers around? Like hidden in the trees or by the telephone pole? Well, you can’t do too much about towers—but you can with cellphones & wireless computers. How is the local chemtrail soup de jour in your neck of the woods. Headaches, breathing problems, fatigue? Too much barium & aluminum.

    I’m not saying these are “directed energy weapons” aimed at you—but then as you said: “That we have entered this age is evident, I believe, in the increasing deployment of tactical and operational directed energy weapons.” These new weapons are being deployed for various things—such as crowd control (Canada). Call it scalar, “The Judy” or “Electro-Magnetic Molecular Disruptor Weapons”—if they’ve got it, they’re using it.

    • Dan on August 6, 2011 at 5:46 pm

      Ahhh…”The Judy.” ‘Sounds catchy but, after calling it that, I wonder if I offended Dr. Wood by naming it after her. If you happen to read this, Dr. Wood, I offer my sincere apology. I should have thought better.

      • Joseph P. Farrell on August 6, 2011 at 7:43 pm

        I have to agree with this sentiment, Dan. After such long research I don’t think Dr. Wood would enjoy having such a hideous technology named after her. In fact I feel quite certain she has feelings of great compassion for all those who suffered from it on that day.

        • Dan on August 6, 2011 at 9:02 pm

          My foot doesn’t taste very good.

          I offer an apology to you too, Dr. Farrell, for making such a post on your site.

          • Dan on August 7, 2011 at 3:15 pm

            Not that it even needs a name, and at the risk of sticking my foot in my mouth again, I would like to propose a more suitable name for the weapon used on 9/11. I am still aggrieved of my insensitive remark concerning this and, if it’s any consolation, I even had a nightmare about it last night. So I need to attempt to clear the air some more.

            The weapon used on 9/11 reminds me of “Project X” in the book “Atlas Shrugged” by Ayn Rand (which I read seven times but I have NOT yet seen the movie). ‘Project X’ was a molecular disruptor weapon similar to that used on 9/11.

            Further, in the book “Atlas Shrugged,” by Ayn Rand, “the motor” takes energy out of the atmosphere (environment) and converts it into usable power. This is said to be based on “a new theory of energy.” (I know there’s more to the story but I am NOT going to post a spoiler in case someone hasn’t read it.)

            This is a much more appropriate name for the weapon used on 9/11: ‘Project X,’ ‘Weapon X,’ or simply ‘X’ after the similar weapon in “Atlas Shrugged.”

            At the time I read that book I had never heard of quaternions at the time, I had never heard of Nikola Tesla either. (And it is an indictment against government education that I first heard of Tesla when I was twenty-five years old and I was working in electronics.) I thank Richard C. Hoagland and Tom Bearden for enlightening me on quaternions and hyper-dimensional electromagnetic-gravitic physics, and the REAL Maxwell’s Equations.

            Inasmuch as this is central to Ayn Rand’s tome, I often wonder: “What did Ayn know and when did she know it?”

            ‘NUFF SAID.

  25. Kita on August 6, 2011 at 2:55 pm

    I forgot to add a link to the Whittemore Peterson Institute in Reno, NV that did the original XMRV study. They also have some very good information for those interested:

  26. Hermes on August 6, 2011 at 2:08 pm

    It’s galactic not even just solar system wide. The solar system has moved into an arm of the milky way. The center of the galaxy has a giant X-ray/gamma ray burst of energy announced in nov 2010 by fermi lab. It’s is like50k light years tall. Not said is how wide and more importantly how fast it is traveling but coincidently isn’t that close to the 26k precession cycle?

    I tend to think were get like bow wave shocks started around summer time in the north. It is all over the place at work and it’s not biological energy but life energy that is being enhanced by these waves of high vibration energy. It is the force alchemist chased to marry to the salt of earth to create the stone. Sun life energy marries with mother earth to make as above, so below.

    So were being rewired to a degree and like any energetic life force there are pains of change. This is the inner shift you are subtlety noticing while we’ve mostly all fixed on the world at large. So we are changing but the outwith is simply the reflection of the sum of our inner beings. This period will be the greatest chaos yet the highest possibility for spiritual gnosis.

  27. Kita on August 6, 2011 at 12:43 pm

    Oh dear, the political fistfight over Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – known as ME (or Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) is showing up here. In a very garbled fashion, I’m sorry to say.

    I have M.E. and I’ve been watching this science/politics fiasco unfold since the summer of 2009 when a new research study came out in Science associating a new retrovirus, XMRV, with CFS.

    CFS, by the way is NOT chronic fatigue, yuppie flu or malingering. It is a bona fide neuro-immune disease (with a WHO definition that has been around for quite some time) that disables well over a million people in the US alone. It is so profoundly disabling that the quality of life for many of us is equivalent to that of elderly people in late stage heart failure or the last 4 months of life for an AIDS sufferer about to die from their illness. It is no joke and it is terribly misunderstood by the public at large. This is due to a very deliberate campaign by the CDC to “brand” CFS as “false illness belief”, following in the footsteps of psychiatrists in the UK. This campaign started in the late 80’s and has gained a lot of traction worldwide. The article you cite above is the latest in a campaign to marginalize and discredit sufferers.

    As soon as the discovery, published in Science, of XMRV, the third human retrovirus, the, well, poop began flying. There is a lot at stake.

    Think for a second about your whole empire and “scientific” career based on CFS being “false illness belief” going down the drain. How embarrassing. In the service of this approach there are horror stories of people in the UK being “sectioned”, that is, taken away from their homes, often bedbound, thrown into locked psych wards, forced to exercise and dying of the mistreatment. All the while they are abused by medical staff as being deranged and insane. Let me repeat, many of these people DIE from this. These are not rumors, this is the ugly truth. Pretty much the exact opposite of Simon Wessley fearing death THREATS. (And what he is calling a death threat is open to interpretation).

    Here in the US, the fight is between the gov’t and the patients and the researchers. Imagine the money that might be made if it turns into the next AIDS with the drug research and treatment world wide. This makes for a big incentive to squash the little, previously unknown, research institute that did the actual discovery and then making the discovery yourself, then raking in the money.

    Sadly for all the nay-sayers, the original science is pretty ironclad. Science published it after all. No one has actually replicated the original study – there are a plethora of negative studies that were rushed out immediately after, of course, as the issue became largely political immediately for the reasons I’m stating here and some others as well.

    Imagine the possibility, very likely in my opinion, that this retrovirus came about from creating vaccines from mouse tissue and then injecting them into nearly everyone on the planet. Whoops. Better to have a population of insane people than a population of people you inoculated with a cancer causing retrovirus.Not to mention the infected but asymptomatic people running around, a sort of mobile time bomb.

    Tellingly, several countries, including the US, have banned blood donations by people with CFS. The blood supply is tainted with XMRV and has been for some time.

    I personally have been ill for over 25 years. This has destroyed any potential for a career, etc, for me. I am housebound, in constant severe pain, I cannot drive, of course, due to cognitive difficulties, and I can go on. I am far, far from an exception to the usual experience with this. I have a full expectation of a shortened life due to either heart failure, which I’m experiencing, or cancer – usually a lymphoma.

    This disease has been made a joke and dismissed for all of those years, despite very promising research on what looked like a retrovirus in 1990 which was squashed in exactly the same manner by precisely the same people.

    See the below links for up to date and authoritative commentary and further links to good information about this disease:

  28. Kelly on August 6, 2011 at 11:27 am

    I too have been experiencing this phenomenon and am an otherwise healthy 39 yr. old. When inquiring with my doctor on the matter her simple answer ,without tests was, “you’re getting older”! This is not something caused from aging. Even if it was it would not come on out of nowhere! The fact that this is going on worldwide is not only scary but outrageous and makes me greatly disappointed in the powers that be. Seems to me that this is one thing that would take precedent over most other topics in the scientific field. The very thought that they will not investigate this further sets off alarms in my brain! Is this proof of chemtrail effects on us and the environment? Or something else perhaps that has been going on , on a mass scale??? I think it definitely requires more digging into the matter. As for all of us feeling this way, go within and find strength by tapping your chakras,exercise even if it’s light, & take vit. c and b12. It is what has been helping me. I hope we can get to the bottom of this and correct the wrongs before it gets worse.

    • James on August 7, 2011 at 7:55 pm

      Hmm? I believe i also have a fatigue as well I don’t know if I care to have a diagnosis! Because I don’t trust modern medicine period. My latest tip to try is vitamin D-3 I got this from a Project Camelot video on you tube. Which i recommend everyone with health difficulties to watch or to see.

  29. Dan on August 6, 2011 at 11:24 am

    I did mention previously that sometimes I have “clumsy spells” and that this coincides with intense solar activity.

    This is weird:

    One time I was in my kitchen messing around in the sink and I distinctly heard glass break; shatter would be more accurate. I was puzzled by this and just chalked it up to…me hearing things?

    A couple of days later I was getting a dish out of the cabinet over the sink and I noticed that a glass plate had shattered into about a hundred pieces there. The plate was on the top of a stack of plates and it had been sitting there 3 or 4 days since I had washed it.

    I am still not sure what to make of this. Perhaps it had been just a little moist on the bottom when I had placed it on top the stack days earlier and somehow had suctioned and built up stress that resulted in it shattering when it did, though I consider this unlikely as I am pretty sure that it was bone dry when I placed it there and I had set it down gently on top the stack. And that’s a LOT of stress to build up on a damp dish anyway…days later.

    Maybe its shattering was the result of some resonance set up by some energy beam that harmonized right there…POSSIBLY aimed at my head.

    I proffer that maybe your fatigue spells are the result of somebody aiming such a beam at you or possibly doing some kind of interferometry in your area and it is coincidentally affecting you physically.

    • John MacEachern on August 7, 2011 at 6:28 am

      the darkness polishes me
      I begin to sparkle
      and the silence
      an alien melody infecting me with peace–
      I collapse into the soft chair
      struck down by a paralyzing tiredness

      the storm of the day is being extruded

      my eyes begin to wander amidst distant stars
      and my fingers accidentally discover your pearl necklace
      on the floor–
      the sediment of memories

      • Joseph P. Farrell on August 7, 2011 at 1:28 pm

        Thank you for sharing that!

        • James on August 7, 2011 at 8:26 pm

          Joseph Ferral from South Dakota small world since I am from North Dakota myself now living in the Denver area.I would have to say we are as was revealed to me through the Holy Spirit indeed in a time of great Revelation! I am not your normal trying to be somebody prophet I don’t even go to church anymore. I have one book and I could have written more but then that would defeat the purpose of book one! Which is to get people to receive the spirit and fast and pray and hear from God each on their own.

          Really I stick out like a sore thumb in any church or at least the presence of God does. Really my question is has anybody seen an angel? Or were they really ET’s? I could argue with you and your bible education but what good would it do? I have the same power they had and I got it the same way they did sacrifice, sacrfice sacrifice.

          My book The prayer of Jesus and the revelation of the Hidden Treasures! This is not a religion this is a commited walk period Your wealth, religion, theology, social status, title, education, politics, world view, will do you no good and will in fact only hinder you and your spiritual growth. Since in a way it is sort of like telepathy which is also why it isn’t necessary to even know how to either read or write to grow spiritually.

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