More Meier Info About Longer COVID-19 Incubation CONFIRMED!

Painfully slowly, world catching up with February 25 Plejaren information 

UPDATE 

This Chinese information was just forwarded to me from our friend in NYC:

HANDBOOK OF COVID-19 PREVENTION and TREATMENT

I just received this information from our dear doctor friend in NYC. Slowly, painfully slowly, the world is catching up with the impeccably accurate warnings from the Plejaren and Billy Meier about the much longer – up to three months – incubation period of this dreaded disease.

Now, if the various governmental and health officials will look in the right direction and implement all of the Plejaren protocols, millions more lives can still be saved.

  • Avoid airplanes, ships, mass transportation, crowds
  • Stay at home to avoid exposing yourself to risk of infection
  • Real number of infections and deaths much higher than reported
  • Actual incubation period up to four weeks to 3 months
  • Spread by asymptomatic people; through air, breath, clothing, etc. 
  • Breathing masks useless, virus penetrates because so small 
  • Full-body protective suit, breathing apparatus only real protection
  • Hermetic quarantine required, must be longer than 2 weeks
  • Asian races initially most susceptible but will spread to others
  • Virus becomes more aggressive over time, claiming more lives
  • Children mainly immune, main hidden spreaders of disease
  • China, US, etc., suppressed truth for political and economic reasons
  • The WHO culpable for not immediately proclaiming pandemic risk

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17 Replies to “More Meier Info About Longer COVID-19 Incubation CONFIRMED!”

  1. Indeed!
    We have all been ok up to now… knock on wood… What can we really know? Hard to determine these days, but certainly being more precautious now…. took rather long though.
    …Hope your family all good too ☺️

    1. That’s good, glad to hear it. So far so good here, they are starting to hear from other concerned sources, not just me. Had a doctor here who was self isolating but now back at work, hopefully he’s not one of those that has it but tested negative because he had no symptoms yet. Now would not be a good time to have to go to a hospital.
      Been giving out Billy’s information to my customers, probably gave out over 20 printouts, which I hear they are sharing. My protocol has changed as I’m now asking everyone to drop their paperwork off outside in a tote (now changed it to a cardboard box) and telling them I’ll get to it in 4 days. Not that I’m leaving it outside, only that I’m not opening it for that long . No direct contact, just a wave through the window as I wonder how many of us won’t be around next year…
      Good news though, on the same day I received that email the unions got together and demanded front line workers be protected with PPE. Squeaky wheels and all that jazz.

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