How many more lives will be lost because of suppression of Plejaren COVID-19 information?
While the debate rages:
The actual answer was published on February 20th:
“According to new information from Billy Meier, the actual current coronavirus is a mutation of the SARS virus, which has been produced in a secret bio lab in China. This time, again, the virus has ‘left’ the lab, and two of the involved scientists have died in the meantime.”
…and on February 25th:
“The current Sars-Cov-2 virus, or the Coronavirus as it is popularly called, was accidentally and unintentionally carried off and released from 2 secret laboratories in Wuhan.”
Let’s now emphasize the details about the virus that are still, and may remain, unknown:
“accidentally and unintentionally carried off and released from 2 secret laboratories”
Hold on! Here are even more “new discoveries”:
…the answers to which are explained here.
In case the lesson isn’t clear about how contagious this pathogen is:
Please refer to some of the original bullet points from February 25th:
- Avoid airplanes, ships, mass transportation, crowds
- Stay at home to avoid exposing yourself to risk of infection
- Actual incubation period up to four weeks to 3 months
- Spread by asymptomatic people; through air, breath, clothing, etc.
Not bad, but…we told you so ONE MONTH AGO:
“How long the corona virus will remain active is not foreseeable at the present time. However, it can already be established that it will probably not diminish with the rising temperatures. Influenza and some other viruses react sensitively to warmer external temperatures and therefore usually diminish in spring and during the summer months, which means they become inactive. Observations in regard to the coronavirus speak against this dependence on the ambient temperature, because it does not only appear aggressively in the colder regions of our planet, but also in Southeast Asia and, for example, in Australia and other warmer countries, where it is spreading just as quickly as here. Therefore, it is to be noticed that this virus is not subject to any climate dependence and that the risk of infection is also independent of the climate.”
So, a gentle reminder:
Thanks to Bruce Lulla, Annie Newman and Jacob Smits.