It should be stated that I don't really care what ch says about various topics but he got this one right about them bugs.
It was stated here at RMN before, that the “Reptilians” are not the enemy of mankind but the insectoids.
In your own observation reader, how many times were you attacked by various reptilians???
In your own observation reader, how many times were you attacked by various insects???
Doesn't the honest answer give you the indication, the clue, who is your REAL enemy???
Bug eyed icke was/is allowed to spew ALL KINDS OF MISINFORMATION about the “evil/reptilian” English Monarchs, when in fact them English Monarchs are insectoids.
Take it or leave it reader but your body is FULL of poisons from the various insect bites that happened in your life. Unfortunately, our bodies can't neutralize these insect poisons, only quarantine them but only to a certain point.
Moles on your body are “insect nodes” and if you brush those moles with a tooth brush and Hydrogen Peroxide, you'll see the small white “pin heads” come to the surface and if you brush it long enough those “pin heads” form a white “crust on and around the mole. When this happens, you spray that white crust with regular Windex. It will sting like hell but keep spraying on, until the stinging sensation disappears. Let it dry on itself. If you do this a few times, you'll notice the mole WILL disappear. The Windex (perhaps the ammonia) appears to neutralize the insect poison the H2O2 brought out of the skin. Let the area heal. It appears to be that this is the best CURE so far to take out insect poison from your body.
Experiment with it if you wish. Wherever you feel a certain spot on your skin itching, your body is “telling” you it wants to get rid of insect poison from that spot. If you brush that itching spot with H2O2, pretty soon you WILL see the white “pin heads” coming to the surface of the skin. If you want to get rid of the insect poison, spray it with regular Windex. If you don't spray it with Windex, the area will form a nasty looking scab. There is a picture of a big scab on my wrist, posted in a previous post, showing what happened when I brushed it with H2O2 but I didn't know at that time to use Windex. A gracious reader informed me to use Windex.
THANK YOU READER!
So, H2O2 alone, will only irritate the area and a big scab will be formed where the insect poison is but the body can't get rid of it. It also takes a long time to heal with a lot of puss. If you got a wound, and you notice it heals very slow, that is a good indication there is a concentration of insect poison there.
It is my FIRM BELIEF (hate that word “BELIEF” though), the insect poison is the reason why our bodies age and die so young at an average of 80 years. There is no reason why our bodies shouldn't live a thousand years or more. As soon as we are born, the insects attack us right away.
What is the first thing a “house fly” does when it “harmlessly” lands on your skin?
It puts down its suction cup and injects insect poison (digestive enzyme) on top of your skin, which eats its way into your skin.
What about the insect poisons of the mosquitoes, the black flies, the fleas, the bed bugs and the rest of them hostile insects that harm our bodies?
They are much worst than “house flies”.
If you brush your skin with H2O2 and keep on brushing, many times you will find an inch or two wide, a foot long “band” of them white “pin heads”. Those are possibly the bites of fleas. Sometimes, you will find the white “pin heads” line up in a perfectly straight line.
It was stated many times before that movies show us what is REALLY going on in our world.
Have you heard of the movie “Starship Troopers”?
Do we need the attitude in the link below, against them bugs?
The “Ever notice how you come...” script.
Apparently, according to some, there is a big, ten feet tall MFR “Praying Mantis” entity somewhere in Antarctica. It is extremely intelligent with superior knowledge.
If you listened to the first video link above, you heard that LANGUAGE is also a MAJOR issue in our present paradigm. Interesting...to say the least.