How Long Will It Take Before YOU Act?

Stop being timid, stop waiting for someone else to save you, speak up and act, because your life depends on it  

Another “new scientific discovery” about children as asymptomatic spreaders, hidden spreaders, secret spreaders, etc., and all  that comes to mind is:

“How long will it take before YOU act?”

As early as February 3rd the Plejaren gave Billy Meier information about the susceptibility of children:

And we published this on March 4th:

“It is extremely important that they understand the nature of the spread of the disease by asymptomatic people and that the Plejaren say that children are the main, hidden spreaders of the disease.”

As everyone who follows this information knows, self-responsibility is the core principle of the spiritual teaching. So, to those who now know – and those who have long known – the impeccable accuracy of the COVID information, the question is:

“How long will it take before YOU act?”

You don’t have to run through the streets shooting people, or wave flags, attack police stations, burn down buildings, shout slogans, etc. You don’t have to just complain that the national, state, local government and medical officials, press and media, etc., vigorously suppress the truth.

Stop being timid, stop waiting for someone else to save you. Speak up. Speak up unrelentingly, loudly, as if people’s lives depended on it, yell “Fire!” because the house is burning, the community is endangered and because people’s lives do depend on it. Speak up and…act.

For the sake of your life and the lives of your family.

Thanks to Lily Lomeli, Robert Olson, Christer Swenson & Chris Lock for the update on the children…and to Piyali for her rendition of this song.


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Rocky Waters

“Pregnant women with COVID-19 are less likely to show common symptoms, may be at higher risk of intensive care admission and could give birth early, new international study finds.” Source:

Link to the study:

Miroslav Stanko

…and there is this also:

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C), believed to be linked to COVID-19, damages the heart to such an extent that some children will need lifelong monitoring and interventions, said the senior author of a medical literature review published Sept. 4 in EClinicalMedicine, a journal of The Lancet.

Case studies also show MIS-C can strike seemingly healthy children without warning three or four weeks after asymptomatic infections, said Alvaro Moreira, MD, MSc, of The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Dr. Moreira, a neonatologist, is an assistant professor of pediatrics in the university’s Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine.