Bokonamirus 2020 four — April, May and June

freedom from fear — the day after vision four

Vision four: ‘soap bubbles’. For the first time since d-day (read ‘deception’ day) I no longer feared ‘catching’ something that virtually everyone on the planet believes has a high mortality rate and can kill you or make you very sick if you’re not being extremely careful.

No more obsessive hand washing and cleaning of surfaces with isopropyl alcohol a.k.a ‘hand sanitizer’ — a chemical that is really more dangerous to your health than any ‘virus’.

I could actually go out and breathe the fresh air without fearing some deadly contagion is floating with it. And get some sun at the same time.

Going into stores I was no longer hesitant to touch surfaces like counters, touch products on shelves without wearing gloves (never did wear them anyway!). And not afraid to touch my face after touching multiple surfaces.

challenging times

You would think that being liberated from this particular fear made life easier during this time. In one obvious way it did, but life also became challenging. But not in the way our government and main stream media presented it! That is, having to ‘social distance’, avoid friends, wash hands frequently, use a hand sanitizer…

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The secret of Machu Picchu revealed

One of the most puzzling and greatest mysteries of our world that has baffled archaeologists and ‘ancient astronaut theorists’ alike are the Inca ruins known as Machu Picchu or ‘old mountain’ in Quechua, an ancient language of South America.

Ancient astronaut theorists, among others, believe that the citadel could not have been built with the limited technology of the time: made “of cut stone fit together without mortar so tightly that its cracks still can’t be penetrated by a knife blade” (ref. National Geographic).

Was it built by extraterrestrials (aliens) or perhaps with the help of extraterrestrials? Ancient astronaut theorists say ‘yes’ (ref. The History Channel). Regardless of who built it, what was its purpose? A great location for kite flying? No one seems to know! One clue is its wondrous location, overlooking the Urubamba river and valley hundreds of feet below.

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