I have a "rule": One doesn't matter; two is a coincidence at worst or a synchronicity at best; and three is a pattern. Well, I might be violating my rule today because of an unusual circumstance, or synchronicity, or potential pattern. Perhaps this should be left in the "you tell me" category than in the "call it conspiracy" category.

Regular readers here know that one of the stories that I've tried to track over the years is the story regarding "strange doctor deaths," particular of physicians that are either "alternative medicine" promoters, or that challenge vaccination studies, or correlate autism and vaccination, and so on. Well, what happens when one of those "homeopathic" doctors just happens to be the physician to the Queen of England? On its own, it should at least send the suspicion meter into the orange zone, and it did mine (article shared by Mr. S.D. and many others):

Doctor to the Queen fatally struck while biking to work

The article makes it fairly clear that in the case of the Queen's doctor, there is nothing overtly suspicious, since he was struck by a truck while cycling to work, and the truck driver was not arrested:

The truck driver for interior building product distribution company CCF remained at the scene, was not arrested and was helping police with their investigation, according to the report.

Ok, nothing to see, but the doctor was apparently an expert in standard medicine and homeopathy, so one can, perhaps, add him to the growing list of homeopathic doctors who have died under potentially, and in some cases obviously, suspicious circumstances in recent years:

Dr. Peter Fisher, 67, was on his way to the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine — where he is president of the Faculty of Homeopathy — when the fatal smash-up occurred in High Holborn on Wednesday morning, the Evening Standard reported.

Good Samaritans rushed to give him CPR, but he was pronounced dead at the scene before 10 a.m.

He had served as the Queen’s homeopathic doctor for about 15 years, according to the report. She has been informed of his death, the BBC reported.

What is also intriguing is that this article links to the story of the murder of G.H.W. Bush's doctor, as he was cycling to work approximately a month earlier:

George H.W. Bush’s former doctor gunned down by cyclist

Now, what's intriguing here is that not only have we heard little more about the driver of that truck in the case of the Queen's doctor, we've heard very little more about the death of President GHW Bush's doctor, except that the suspect in the case, Joseph James Pappas, committed suicide:

Suspect identified in murder of George H.W. Bush's former doctor

In the latter case, we have this summary:

Acevedo said the department received tips identifying Pappas as the gunman after authorities released new surveillance video Monday of the suspect riding his own bicycle through a neighborhood moments after the shooting. The footage showed a man wearing a ball cap, a short-sleeved polo shirt and khaki shorts.

Investigators said the shooter passed Hausknecht from behind and rode at least a block ahead before turning around and firing three shots at his victim.

"There was a lot of planning that went into this," Acevedo said of the murder. "There was a lot of planning and, sadly, some skill ... The shots that he took, took some skill."

Now, there are, as far as I can tell, two basic ways of interpreting this: (1) the deaths of these doctors-to-the-rich-and-powerful is merely coincidental, and there is nothing suspicious in either case, when they are considered independently; (2) the deaths are related and not coincidental.

For the sake of some high octane speculation, assuming number (2) to be true for a moment, then there are two more basic possibilities: (a) either "they" are cleaning house, and getting rid of people who might have "heard" or otherwise known something, or (b) messages are being sent to the principals from someone else via associates' deaths, a kind of "Mafia wars" scenario.

For my own part, yes, I definitely incline to view number (2), and within that, to possibility (b), since it represents a teeny tiny, teensy weensy problem...

See you on the flip side...

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. Kari Nanstad on August 24, 2018 at 5:49 am

    Well remember there have been reports the Queen and the Royals are Reptilians. Maybe she accidentally showed her true colors to her doctor. lol

  2. anakephalaiosis on August 21, 2018 at 2:25 pm

    One does not run heroin empire, without having subjects hanging from doorknobs. Sacrifice of innocence is ritualized and industrialized. Subjects are objects. Creatures of darkness hide, because they have something to hide. Shedding light of day upon them, is their doom. Exposure, is literally day of doom, the breath of God.

    Fighting against darkness, is becoming lord of darkness in Druidry. Fighting against dragon, is becoming dragon. Pendragon is head dragon in Old Britain. Drinking dragon blood is called “water of life” in “Dune”. All political narratives are traps, that keep mind inside matrix, to avoid exposure of demons beneath road.

    Christ is living word that shatters Stone. Tree is contained within seed, that draws sword from Stone, when it sprouts anew. Tree of life is Christ.

    • zendogbreath on August 22, 2018 at 12:19 am

      Well said.

  3. Katie B on August 21, 2018 at 6:07 am


    In relation to the National Health and Medical Research Council”…….Why does Dr Peter Fisher go this far, why is he so very aggressive?

    I know Peter quite well. He is usually a fairly calm and collected sort of person who is not prone to irrational outbursts. This behaviour is therefore out of character.

    So, why?

    The only explanation that I have for his strange behaviour is that he feels cornered, has run out of rational arguments, and senses that homeopathy is now on its last leg.”

    Further, Dr Fisher:

    “He accuses the NHMRC-authors of ‘malpractice’.
    He finds ‘shocking evidence of bias’.”

    Look at the board of NHMRC, with special attention to Dr Death, er I mean, Tony Willis

    Just sayin’

    • Katie B on August 21, 2018 at 8:25 am

      NHMRC involved in epigenetics NOT via the safe way of correcting the methylation (bi)cycle but via CRISPR

      I contend that homeopathy may be an ancient science of switching off faulty genes. And perhaps the royal family are privy to some ancient paperwork pointing the way on it. In any case, quantum psychics can explain the Affekt of homeopathy on DNA via it’s resonate wave function. Wouldn’t want this getting out now would they – just look at all of the so called high priests, er I mean, Drs who have come out after this man’s death and indeed, during his lifetime to pour scorn on him and his research without a shred of intelligent argument only scorn and sarcasm. This says more about medical care in the UK and why people no longer bother visiting their GPs rather than Dr Fisher.

    • DanaThomas on August 21, 2018 at 9:25 am

      The story of infighting in the medical profession has had a lot of strange episodes, such as when Mesmerism was thrown out the front door but then returned through the back door in the form of hypnosis. Then a plethora of electromedical devices, and tomorrow who knows. Hahnemann came in for his share of ranting from “established” doctors; however, homeopathy in Britain has very strong supporters and will not go away. Indeed answers to the “why” could come from the “new” physics,
      I read somewhere that there are reliable statistics stating that the effect of placebos has increased in recent years. Mind over matter?

      • Katie B on August 21, 2018 at 9:47 am

        Precisely – I have a comment awaiting moderation pointing to the ‘new physics’ that is being scoffed at by ‘Drs’

  4. Katie B on August 21, 2018 at 4:33 am

    What a senseless loss of life if this was some sort of ‘mafia’ war. I do note he was a patron of high culture He added: “I will remember him as exceptional in every sense. He was a cosmopolitan man who loved to travel and was very cultivated in classical music and art. He knew a lot about writers, philosophy, science and mathematics.”

    Also, if he was cycling along a High Holborn and his destination was either Royal College of Integrated Medicine, The Centre for Homeopathic Education or the Holistic training place on each account he would be turning RIGHT not left. It makes no sense to cycle along High Holborn and turn left

  5. anakephalaiosis on August 21, 2018 at 2:20 am

    It is ritualized precursor before a major false flag, summoning the teapot spiders.

    Roald Dahl and Jim Henson fell deadly out of favor, exposing the witches on the big screen in 1990.

    Witchcraft is real in their mind. It occupies all their time, scrutinizing tea leaves. False flag is hag flag.

  6. zendogbreath on August 21, 2018 at 12:19 am

    not completely unrelated – seems like everything and everyone become more closely related all the time –

    www dot utube dot com/watch?v=_Ob8jo-qOCU

    here’s a more plausible reach to the end of the twig on that stolen alaska airlines plane. odd places for the plane to fly around and finally crash. seems more and more folk are able to find odd dots and connect them via internet.

    sounds like q and anonymous are having a cyber war? and we’re getting to see some of the fireworks? at least that’s the meme i’m catching now. more likely it’s a show to draw us into another dialectic. or both.

  7. zendogbreath on August 20, 2018 at 10:46 pm

    Consider a few other patterns n established facts that contribute more to those patterns. Take a look at individual cases of alt doc deaths. Look at their werk n how it affects business. Do the same for all the researcher doc deaths. Look at wm colby’s death n its relation to franklin coverup n scandal (conspiracy of silence and bbc’s failure to publish).

    Consider alex jones’ purge from internet n how it will b used to rationalize the coming purge of everyone else being open n honest about pedo pizza gate or falun gong organ transplant theft or ……..

    Oh yeah. Lets not forget all those dead banksters who used to know where the bodies er double entry bookkeeping records were kept.

    Curious to see who the royals pick fir their next doc. They’ve been using homeopaths for as far back as i can remember.

    • zendogbreath on August 20, 2018 at 10:50 pm

      Btw how ez is it to take over a truk’s control remotely 4 a brief moment on ride ur bike to werk day? Outta how many other cyclists that day – or year for that matter – what r the odds that a truck will hit the royal homeopath?

  8. marcos toledo on August 20, 2018 at 6:51 pm

    In the first doctor death could that be a son telling his mum to move on country simple die so I can be king while it’s still worth it. The Bush doctor death it time for Bush to move on too so die sleaze bag.

  9. goshawks on August 20, 2018 at 5:34 pm

    I don’t know why, but the Skripal ‘incident’ stuck me under Joseph’s 2(b) high octane speculation. The UK deep state has been unrepentant in still pushing the “Russkies did it” propaganda line. Perhaps, this was a subtle ‘push back’…

  10. Levi G on August 20, 2018 at 4:05 pm

    Bicycle symbolizes the moving circle of life

  11. Robert Barricklow on August 20, 2018 at 11:54 am

    Does the so-called Queen belies the monopolized quackaroo academy of accredited pill pushing pharmaceuticals.
    Surprised they didn’t test out some new drone assassin.
    Of course this doesn’t preclude the mind-control realm of skullduggery.
    Then there is a much deeper concern. A mole exists w/in the circle[human or bot?]. But, as the Doctor is fond of saying/two[or more] can play that game.
    Are we now going into an escalation protocol?
    Close-to-u-now-who-cides coming next?

    • Robert Barricklow on August 20, 2018 at 12:09 pm

      Trump would certainly identify w/character assassinations happening to those deemed too close to his inside circle.

  12. WalkingDead on August 20, 2018 at 11:41 am

    Accidents do happen, even to the elite. No doorknobs or towel racks nearby to cause wonder. Homeopathy appears to be a risky profession in today’s world; more profitable to eliminate the competition than to make safe pharmaceuticals.

  13. Lee B Langer on August 20, 2018 at 8:46 am

    Truely makes one go “hmm”.
    Man I wish I could because fly on the wall some days and peak at the ruling class and see what is going on.

  14. DanaThomas on August 20, 2018 at 6:20 am

    Yes the Texas incident looks like something out of Spook Central. As for the London incident there is not enough information to say, but anyone cycling in central London traffic, whether or not it is to make a political statement in favour of bikes, is at risk, and this sort of event just fits a “plausible deniability” scenario. We can expect a lot of pseudo-conspiracy to distract people (you know what I mean, “royals killed doctor who knew too much?” etc. etc.)

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