This story was spotted by S.S. who passed it along, and it has me intrigued, because a second volunteer for Astrazeneca's covid-19 virus vaccine has come down with the rare neurological condition known as myelitis, according to this article in RT:

Second AstraZeneca volunteer reportedly suffers rare neurological condition, but UK company says it’s not related to vaccine

As the article points out, Astrazeneca is denying the second case is due to the vaccine, and that the first was the result of undiagnosed multiple sclerosis. But then there's this:

The first participant of the British trials – which are being conducted in conjunction with Oxford University – fell ill after receiving one dose of the experimental vaccine in July.

The female volunteer was later diagnosed with transverse myelitis, a rare inflammatory disease that affects the spinal cord, causing weakness, sensory alterations, and autonomic nervous-system dysfunction. The company’s spokeswoman later told the media the volunteer had undiagnosed multiple sclerosis, and the trials resumed.

The second female recipient of the vaccine suffered complications after the follow-up dose in September. AstraZeneca didn’t confirm her diagnosis, but a source told the New York Times it was also transverse myelitis.

On September 6, trials of the drug were paused again, after the second woman felt ill, but they resumed in Britain, Brazil, India, and South Africa less than a week later. The US hasn’t yet green-lighted the continuation of the test, however.

AstraZeneca, which has administered its vaccine to some 18,000 people worldwide, said in internal documents that the two cases of the illness were “unlikely to be associated with the vaccine, or there was insufficient evidence to say for certain that the illnesses were or were not related to the vaccine.” 

Now I have to wonder... what are the odds that two volunteers for the vaccine trials both contracted the same thing, and that both were women? Granted, two is not a wide sample, and with  only one factor involved, one can expect that a random coin toss, let us say, might produce the results of two heads, or two tails, on two tosses. As more tosses are made, the more the results will approach the expected 50-50 result. But this involved the same specific disorder, and the same sex, in both cases.

I don't know about you, but that raises my suspicion meter into the red zone.

But then there's this at the end of the article:

Unlike AstraZeneca’s jab, Russia’s Sputnik V, the world’s first registered vaccine, uses human adenoviruses as a vector – an extensively studied approach.

Earlier this month, respected British medical journal The Lancet published the Russian Ministry of Health’s Sputnik V study, showing the vaccine to be 100 percent effective, producing antibodies in all 76 participants of early-stage trials.

Notably absent is the report of any similar neurological disorders being associated with the Russian vaccine tests.

And it's that which brings me to today's high octane speculation and question. Suppose, just for speculation's sake, that the Russian vaccine turns out to be the only one that (1) isn't loaded with a bunch of other agendas stuff like nanotechnology, heavy metals, mercury, and Baal Gates' "tracking" system, and (2) is the only one that works, and (3) the Russian scientists involved in its creation explain why it works, and why it's not such a good idea to be putting all those other agendas things into vaccines.

I don't know about you, but I have this fantasy picture in my mind of Mr.  Globaloney giving interviews on television with a rather sheepish expression on his face, sitting in front of a plate of sauteed crow, explaining why we're suddenly friends with Russia and those sanctions were simply a misunderstanding. Or conversely, explaining why the Russian science is "bad" science because it's Russian, and why the West's poisonous vaccines are really good because the "science is real," just like the tests of the vaccine that the CDC recently admitted it doesn't even have, and just like the statistics are completely reliable.

See you on the flip side...

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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. Scott S on October 16, 2020 at 12:17 pm

    Why would anyone even consider taking a ‘vaccine’ for a disease with a less that 0.1% chance of being worse than being sick for a week?

    It’s becoming pretty clear to me that Covid-19 has been entirely concocted as a desperate attempt to implement their control system. They did something in New York and Boston back in March/April to kill a bunch of people, but aside from that the CDC’s own data shows that there have been very few ‘excess’ deaths compared to the past few years. Lock-downs kill people too.

  2. augenguy on October 16, 2020 at 5:00 am

    The Indonesian government has shut down or squelched internet access for two days in response to large demonstrations, so I’ll be blessedly brief.

    Seems declaring a family history of MS, Lupus, or similar afflictions might be a way out of mandatory jabs. The Bozons who pretend to run this country habe purchased 200 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaxx, and plan to fine anyone who refuses roughly $500. For a franction of that, I intend to pay a doctor to certify my family and I without exposing ourselves to this foul concoction.

    For those who don’t know, MS and Lupus are caused by the immune system attacking the insulating sheath on nerves, causing inflamation and scarring (sclera) that block nerve function. Hyper-stimulating the immune system can cause or worsen symptoms. I believe the diseases are caused by viruses that live on nerve endings, like chicken pox and herpes, causing the immune system to attack the nerves when normal inhibitors fail to function.

    For what it’s worth. Cheers!

  3. zendogbreath on October 16, 2020 at 1:40 am

    Anybody used Gab yet? Any feelings either way?

    Looks like the internet purge is ramping up another notch.

  4. zendogbreath on October 15, 2020 at 11:35 pm

    C’mon man!
    Er I mean Doc.
    We all know because vaccine manufactures all tell us that all vaccines are safe and effective and the most studied and tested products pharmaceutical manufacturers manufacture. That’s why nobody in the US has been allowed to question that in a court of law since 1986.
    And we all know the one item NOT on Mr Globaloney’s menu is crow. Humans? Sure. Crow? Nope. Easily and repeatedly avoided with more double downs.

  5. goshawks on October 15, 2020 at 10:17 pm

    I am wondering if we might not be looking at the different ‘histories’ involved. In the US, medicine has been ‘coopted’ into the profits model for a generation or two. In contrast, Soviet Union medicine was part of their state run system and ostensibly was to help the people. (And produced copious numbers of doctors, scientists, and engineers.) While the Soviet Union is no more, to my knowledge the Russian health system is still structured more on the socialist ‘help the people’ model than the capitalist ‘extract all the money you can’ model. So, I would tend to trust the Russian vaccines more than the Western (and especially American) vaccines…

    • zendogbreath on October 16, 2020 at 12:20 am

      Every Russian I have met is hilariously practical. All eastern Europeans come to think of it. What other medical practitioners would come up with a drug that makes any and all alcohol ingestion nauseate terminal alcoholics. Talk about a much higher cure rate for alcoholism.

      It’s almost like they bring basic engineering into their science.
      Crucial Viral Update 15th Oct: Why are the Media Undermining Science and Data???

      • goshawks on October 16, 2020 at 2:49 am

        When the Space Age began, the US spent a million dollars to develop a pen that would work in zero G for American astronauts. The Soviet space program simply gave each cosmonaut a pencil…

  6. Richard on October 15, 2020 at 9:57 pm

    And some folks wonder, “Why is it called a ‘Practice?’” Referring to the practice of medicine. Those learned of the Staff of Asclepius learn as they practice the fine and needed art of healing while “first, do no harm,” “Primum non nocere.”

    In the business of vaccines one is hard pressed to find Edward Jenner less than a hero yet his methods, by today’s standards, a calculated risk based on observations he made with milkmaids, cows with cow pox, and the more deadly small pox.

    As for that contracted inflammatory process referred to as “myelitis” one should also check for an accurate patient medical history. There are quite a few variables to account for before the-pointing-finger-of-blame squashes any well-intentioned procedure. Essentially, quite a few hurdles to breach before arriving at that diagnosis.

    Microbes are nearly everyone’s daily dose of existence on this planet with little to no exceptions no matter when or where for the most part. Knowledge of the person’s immune system construction is an important element in finding out when or how the person’s inflammatory process was instigated. Was it a coincidence or of consequence that made signs and symptoms manifest? Were there nutritional deficiencies along the way of that person’s upbringing (B – vitamins are very important for the health of women), any recent microbial contacts, any past traumatic or stressful conditions even work habits that altered the spine or back or discs or muscles, for instance? There’s a lot of territory to cover for a specialist to arrive at that diagnosis.

    Physician / patient confidentiality, no doubt, is in force and should be but there are quite a few things to ferret out before sending the person who injected that trial dose to the guillotines. One would think that if the inoculant was at fault the rest would also be affected in some way. There’s no mention of tens of hundreds of recipients falling ill. Not yet anyway.

    A robust immune system and nutritionally adequate diet are still two of the tops of the list of favorites for general wellness. Even a half of a single multivitamin could help those on pizza diets or your typical junk food cuisine.

  7. marcos toledo on October 15, 2020 at 7:43 pm

    Let’s face it should anyone who has not been lobotomized by our so-called education system ever trust western medicine. Tuskegee medical experiments on afro-Americans ring a bell. As for Gates the merciless besides Africa India would also like to have a take with them.

    • Richard on October 15, 2020 at 10:12 pm

      If one had a choice, would rather remain the brilliant Dr Henry Jekyll at all times, not tempted by the billions in the back pockets of contempt than the evil misanthrope Mr Edward Hyde or another with a diagnosis of global mania on the brain. You wouldn’t get into so much trouble at the expense of others.

  8. FiatLux on October 15, 2020 at 3:49 pm

    On the link between the vax trials and transverse myelitis, a few quotes from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society are instructive:
    – “The annual incidence of transverse myelitis ranges from 1.34 to 4.60 cases per million, but increases to 24.6 cases per million if acquired demyelinating diseases . . . are included.”
    – “Females have a higher risk of transverse myelitis than males.”
    – “An infection precedes the onset of transverse myelitis about 50% of the time.”
    – “It is thought that [the damage to the spinal cord in transverse myelitis] may be due to an autoimmune reaction to a viral or bacterial infection.”

    Note the following:
    (1) The incidence of myelitis is somewhere between 1 and 25 per million. Taking the highest possible figure would mean an incidence of 0.0025% in the general population.
    (2) Using the numbers from the RT article, the incidence of myelitis in the vax participants is 2 people out of 18,000, or 0.0111%. It’s only 2 people, but the percentage is over four times higher than the highest possible percentage in the general population. If it was just 1 person, I could accept this might be pure chance, but not with 2 or more.
    (3) The people most at risk for transverse myelitis are thought to be females who have been exposed to something that triggers their immune system and causes it to malfunction. Like maybe . . . a vaccine?

    Unless I’m really missing something, I can’t see any conclusion other than: it’s nearly impossible the myelitis was not caused by the vaccine.

    • goshawks on October 15, 2020 at 10:05 pm

      Well said. I was hoping someone would ‘run the numbers’ on this. Thanks.

    • zendogbreath on October 16, 2020 at 12:10 am

      Filled with awe over such work. By your numbers these 2 ladies constitute AT LEAST a four fold increase and probably closer to a 100 fold increase. That’s almost the same factor that ICL and Neil Ferguson were off by in their murderous lockdown models.

      Please add a couple more factors in. First, all vaccine trials screen their victims savagely. They only allow the healthiest. Even previous history of smoking disqualifies. Imagine what incident rates will do on the vastly less healthy general population. Especially after a year of lockdowns, food shortages,………….

      Secondly, pharmafia uniformly follows their victims for a crazy short period of time. Reactions that show up after the usual 4 week observation period are not reactions and either never happened or were clearly not related to the vaccine.

      If those factors don’t work for you, please remember that all vaccines are safe and effective and are the most tested for efficacy and safety of all drugs on the planet. And pharmafia is not profiting $60B / year on vaccines. They are giving them away for free. And when 7+B people on the planet are mandated to get multiple vaccines a year, pharmafia will gladly forgo the TRILLIONS in profits they otherwise would suck like a vampire squid from the veins of every living human.

      And when all is said and done, be sure, they’re not considering mandating vaccines for every pet and farm animal on the planet against this completely unproven, unisolated, unverified dread disease that is so infections and deadly that over 80% never get a symptom and we all know more people who were struck by lightening than we do who died of covid.

      Reminds me. I have a farmer friend I bought two border collies from. I was thinking of visiting their farm. She’s been hit by lightening twice on her own farm. I wonder if wearing a mask will keep me from getting hit while we’re there.

      • FiatLux on October 16, 2020 at 3:50 pm

        Agreed. I was aware of all that. I guess my point was, you don’t even need to know those things in order to see “it’s just a coincidence these people got transverse myelitis” is almost certainly a baldfaced lie. All you need to do is realize how rare transverse myelitis is.

        I wasn’t aware of the connection between prior infection and myelitis, or it’s greater prevalence among women, before looking up the stats. But those things only confirm the hypothesis that the vax caused or triggered the myelitis.

    • chime on October 16, 2020 at 12:03 pm

      In the appendix of his 1998 book, The Brucellosis Triangle, Don Scott reproduces a copy of a page from an official US military document given to Korean war veterans who were trained in Chemical, Bacteriological and Radiological Warfare. It states “Veterans with multiple sclerosis ( a kind of creeping paralysis), developing to a degree of 10 percent or more disability within two years after separation from active service may be presumed to be service-connected for disability compensation.” The book traces the weaponization of brucellosis from a 1940 British Porton Down bio war experiment to decimate enemy livestock. They had developed the technical capacity to isolate just he bacterial toxin from the brucellosis bacteria and to reduce it to a crystalline form so they had the disease agent without the original bacteria so tests for brucellosis would come up negative. The crystalline bacterial toxin was capable of diffusion by primary aerosol and by insect vector. They tested it in the Faroe Islands. They discovered that not only did the sheep develop brucellosis, but Faroe Islanders who went to tend them developed multiple sclerosis. Shortly afterwards the British turned all of their brucellosis know-how over to the newly established Camp (now Fort) Detrick where the Americans saw the great potential of brucellosis as an anti-personnal agent rather than as an anti-livestock agent.

      Tests of the brucella toxin were carried out in Britain, the US, Iceland and Australia producing outbreaks of ‘mystery’ diseases. Tests in the US were conducted by the CIA/Military under the supervision of the NIH and CDC. The mosquito vector was tested with Canadian bred contaminated mosquitoes and released in selected sites like Punta Gorda, FL in 1956. The primary aerosol diffusion vector was tested in selected sites like on student nurses at the Chestnut Lodge Hospital in Rockville, MD. The book documents the ‘gain of function’ history of the weaponization of brucellosis through the 1980’s. I was reminded of Don’s book with the recent release of GM mosquitoes in FL, the odd announcement by NY Gov. Cuomo in July mandating that large malls in NYS would be required to install new air filtration systems before they could reopen and George Webb who reported on a obscure company who seemed to have a mysterious monopoly on replacing the filters in the new HVAC systems. Sorry I don’t remember the name of the company. George Webb’s entire site of 4000 videos was deleted from YouTube.

      • Evan B. on October 16, 2020 at 8:27 pm

        I’d like to get a copy of that book. $95 on Amazon!

        • chime on October 16, 2020 at 11:06 pm

          I purchased the book when it first came out after I heard an interview with Don Scott on Rense. My copy was published by The Chelmsford Publishers. The book wasn’t available for a very long time. I think all the ones available now are being published by The Common Cause Medical Research Foundation. Everything is the same except they do not include the page from the US Military that was given to the Korean War vets or the nice summary of the book that is printed on both sides of the back cover of the Chelmsford edition I have. It’s still a very interesting book, but I thought the vet document was an important addition to the book and would suggest that anyone who gets a copy now should check with the seller and ask who the publisher is and whether or not that vet document is included if it matters to them.

      • Robert Barricklow on October 16, 2020 at 8:38 pm

        Getting more & more like:
        USSR = USSA.

  9. White Lily on October 15, 2020 at 2:00 pm

    I know nurse’s (RN’s)who sware that they would gladly be amoungst the first people in the US to take the vaccine in the name of science and humanity! They are completely fooled by corporate media and they regard me as the ” enemy”.

    • Robert Barricklow on October 15, 2020 at 2:25 pm

      The John Wayne’s and Rambo’s are nearly always the first to die.
      Hollywood does not mirror reality.

    • Guinevere on October 15, 2020 at 10:54 pm

      I had a conversation with a doctor during an office visit recently about differing opinions on the corona virus and what it actually was. She then wrote in my chart that I had “delusional thoughts.” OMG we have so many morons practicing “medicine” who are completely bananas (that’s a technical term…). At 74 I have never taken any vaccines except a sugar cube in about 1958. So far so good.

      • zendogbreath on October 15, 2020 at 11:53 pm

        Um G, you’re scaring me. So far so good is what the guy who jumped off a building says at every floor. Your story included no details of severing ties with that doctor. From personal experience (even within family with medical degrees) those notes can be used to question and deny a person’s competence. Ironic that Health Impact News ran Vera Sharav across my desk tonight.

        Nazism, COVID-19 and the destruction of modern medicine: An interview with Vera Sharav, Part One

        • marcos toledo on October 16, 2020 at 2:42 am

          Thanks for the link zendogbreath I just stream the video.

        • Robert Barricklow on October 16, 2020 at 8:56 pm

          Thanks for the link ZDB!

      • FiatLux on October 16, 2020 at 4:27 pm

        Guinevere – I’ve had more experience, as a patient, with doctors and the medical system than I ever wanted. If I’ve learned anything, it’s this: Be careful what you say to doctors and how you say it. I’d strongly suggest replacing that doctor if at all possible.

        As a general rule, I’d suggest not expressing doubts about conventional medicine to doctors unless you’re seeing a holistic or integrative practitioner. Odds are, you’re not going to convince a doctor who isn’t already skeptical. Instead, you’re just giving them an excuse to stop listening to you. If someday you have unusual symptoms that they don’t know how to diagnose–and if they’ve already got you branded as “delusional” or whatever–they’re less likely to listen or believe you, and more likely to believe “it’s all in your head” when it might not be. And with all that’s happening in the world, who knows what governments might start trying to do to dissenters who are labeled “delusional.”

      • FiatLux on October 16, 2020 at 4:34 pm

        Not to mention ZDB’s very good point about the potential legal implications, under existing law, of that kind of notation in your medical record when it comes to things like being declared legally incompetent. If I had a doctor put that in my medical record (especially if they weren’t a psychologist or psychiatrist) I would find out what my legal rights were as far as having the doctor’s record amended.

      • Robert Barricklow on October 16, 2020 at 8:41 pm

        Yep, shades of USSR’s SOP.

  10. Robert Barricklow on October 15, 2020 at 11:49 am

    I’ve tried too many times to make people aware of the true nature of vaccines. Now, even the nature part of vaccines is becoming non-existent. Ye, one thing the subject of vaccines does extraordinarily well, is ferret out the so-called truth merchants.
    For example, an recent non-fiction piece of work: A CIA Analyst’s Guide To Spotting FAKE NEWS/TRUE or False by Cindy L. Otis July 28, 2020; helps the reader know that vaccines are the real thing. Not fake. The whole vaccine question is ill informed researchers.
    As I said[metaphorically], vaccines OUT the so-called scientist/journalist. It’s a hot wire establishment issue that will not tolerate any facts and/or truths.
    On to the subject of the post …

    What ever anyone gets shortly after taking the shot is not related to the shot. The shot ONLY cures. Vaccines are magically immune to causing ANY harm. Wizards create them. Anointed by elitist priests; not Russians, nor any other country, corporation, or

    • Robert Barricklow on October 15, 2020 at 11:51 am

      inst1ution. Only get your shot from a certified “westernized monopoly. One that is protected from any law suits by those either killed or maimed by vaccines.

    • Robert Barricklow on October 15, 2020 at 12:06 pm

      Those Oxford scholars just might be starting to use their little grey cells, in a subject matter that just might put them on the right information tracks. Of course; unfortunately, they’ll be stricken from the intelligence agencies recruiting lists.

      The Russian vaccines are still rolling out and doing what “western” vaccines can’t do: Work!
      Of course, like the publication I mentioned at the beginning of my comment; the “western” presses[or, those financed by them, will state numerous “verified” cases of tragedy, due to taking the Russian vaccine[s]. Probably starting w/the cute innocent baby cases.
      This is, after all, War!
      Information Warfare!

      True or False?
      For the answer – “believe them”
      Don’t critically question authority!
      Nor, DARE! to critically think-out the truths
      behind those highly organized curtains of lies.

    • Robert Barricklow on October 15, 2020 at 2:21 pm

      Like all drugs; these Russian vaccines will be counterfeited.
      Buyer beware; in spades!

    • Evan B. on October 15, 2020 at 4:25 pm

      “This title has common core connections.”


    • zendogbreath on October 15, 2020 at 11:49 pm

      Ah ya can’t fool me. Everybody knows there’s a no such thing as a Sanity Clause.

      Anyone want to give me odds that the Russians’ vaccine is pure placebo that absolutely cures a non-existent non-contagious disease? What better cure for hypochondria / Munchausen’s / Munchausen’s by proxy than an absolute panacea / placebo?

      • FiatLux on October 16, 2020 at 4:11 pm

        I, too, suspected the Russian vax might be a pure placebo, or maybe something harmless that merely stimulates the immune system.

      • Robert Barricklow on October 16, 2020 at 9:18 pm

        I’m certainly not lining up for it.
        I’m so against vaccines; that IF the real thing came along, I’d still see it simply as poison, at best.
        Not w/these GRIN technologies of today.

        • FiatLux on October 16, 2020 at 9:43 pm

          You won’t see me lining up for any injectable either, whether it comes from the wascally wussians or anybody else.

  11. Scot Cottage on October 15, 2020 at 11:17 am

    Sarc ON, Wow, its a good thing for them they have set up a Star Chamber vaccine court and ALL lawyers are esquires of certain registry somehow connected to the Pirbright WHO Gates foundation banksters, Sarc OFF

  12. OrigensChild on October 15, 2020 at 10:09 am

    holistic medicine : bioelectric entity :: main-stream medicine : biomechanical machine.

    I wonder if Russia favors the former these days?

    • zendogbreath on October 15, 2020 at 11:41 pm

      At least for their wealthy. Brit royals have used homeopaths since Hahnemann if memory serves. Wasn’t the queen’s homeopath recently accidented to death?

  13. Evan B. on October 15, 2020 at 9:01 am

    (2) No vaccine works, Dr. Farrell. They are producing an antibody response by injecting toxins into the body which the body is attempting to remove. The sexes actually differ quite a bit in their immune response, vis-à-vis humoral immunity and cell-mediated immunity, a fact which is observable in many (probably vaccine-related) autoimmune conditions.

    (3) No one can explain how vaccines “work”. It’s true that vaccines differ in their effects on human and animal bodies, and in many cases their constituent components have been studied to determine their effect individually. A good source for this is “Miller’s Review of Critical Vaccine Studies”.

    Additionally, I wish to express my sympathy for the women affected by this unethical experiment and I pray for their speedy recovery. Polio is a terrible disease.

    • zendogbreath on October 15, 2020 at 11:40 pm

      Like button.
      Back to polio – fallacy of the single cause. Toxins from Gates’ pharmafia? DDT? food can liners? other pollutants? glyphosate? and who knows what other toxicants from the present and future that will take decades to uncover and more decades to litigate and then more decades to ban only to be replaced with worse toxicants with an ion or two replaced on an all but identical molecule.

      • Evan B. on October 16, 2020 at 9:25 am

        Touché. Might have been a little NLP on my part trying to associate this type of myelitis with that type of myelitis.

  14. WalkingDead on October 15, 2020 at 6:04 am

    Yep, and those riots/looting are peaceful protests/reparations, blue is the new green, and pigs fly. Methinks they have been drinking mightily from their own Kool Aid. What’s even more amazing is the number of people who will submissively line up to take the “vaccine”. Their “science” shaming only works on brain dead idiots who have failed to do due diligence and read the vaccine inserts and researched the side effects those adjuvants.
    Baal Gates track record in Africa alone should be enough to have him incarcerated for crimes against humanity in a just and sane world.

    • Bluenose on October 15, 2020 at 11:11 am

      Hear, Hear! Well said, short, sweet, and to the point!

    • Robert Barricklow on October 15, 2020 at 2:31 pm

      Probably why he was “knighted” by the Queen.

  15. anakephalaiosis on October 15, 2020 at 5:43 am


    Pope Nero-Caligula is doctor death,
    who is foaming at the mouth,
    in love with Cantarella
    of medicine Borgia,
    as mass murderer in plain sight.

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