"The idea that certain microbes—above all fungi, bacteria and viruses—are our great opponents in battle, causing certain diseases that must be fought with special chemical bombs, has buried itself deep into the collective conscience.
"But a dig through history reveals that the Western world has only been dominated by the medial dogma of 'one disease, one cause, one miracle pill' since the end of the 19th century with the emergence of the pharmaceutical industry. Prior to that, we had a very different mindset, and even today, there are still traces everywhere of this different consciousness.”
– Excerpt from the book, Virus Mania, by Torsten Engelbrecht et al.
It lurks in unsuspecting places, turning every person and every place into a potential threat.
Once it takes hold, there's no stopping it without the help of an arsenal of powerful poisons provided by the trusted protectors who are practiced at such exorcisms and know that their work inevitably results in some collateral damage.
It's a necessary sacrifice to exterminate the enemy. All bow to those who might protect us from this demonic takeover. There is no sacrifice too great if it promises to save us from such possession.
What if we told you that there is as much evidence for germs causing (or being the primary cause of) illness as there is for demonic possession with invisible entities that make us cough, purge, and waste away?
And what if our collective belief in contagion, infection, and associated precautions, preventatives, and treatments is actually a belief system that has been leveraged for a century in service of population control and even depopulation?
KELLY BROGAN, MD, is a holistic psychiatrist, author of the New York Times Bestselling book, A Mind of Your Own, Own Your Self, the children’s book, A Time For Rain, and co-editor of the landmark textbook, Integrative Therapies for Depression. She is the founder of the online healing program Vital Mind Reset, and the membership community, Vital Life Project. She completed her psychiatric training and fellowship at NYU Medical Center after graduating from Cornell University Medical College, and has a B.S. from M.I.T. in Systems Neuroscience. She is specialized in a root-cause resolution approach to psychiatric syndromes and symptoms.