Posts Tagged ‘Discernment’

The discerning heart seeks knowledge, but the mouth of a fool feeds on folly.

  • Proverbs 15:14

This week saw a raft of additional stories showing the deadly results of the poison death shot, i.e., the Covid vax.  Let’s take a look at them.

What funeral directors know that you don’t

Among the best sources for Covid news is the discerning and hard-hitting Steve Kirsch, whose work I’ve cited in this space several times before.  Just yesterday, he released a story on his Substack titled “What funeral directors know that you don’t.”  It’s a must-read story, in which Kirsch cites an unnamed owner of multiple funeral homes about the unusual patterns of deaths he’s noticed post Covid vax rollout.  Here are a few highlights. 

  • Overall, their business is up by 50% after the vaccines rolled out and it’s not proportional…young people are a greater portion of the deaths.
  • Pre-vaccine rollout, the source said they’d see 1stillbirth/month.  After the vax rollout, it’s as many as 12 stillbirths a month.
  • In the 78 years they’ve been in business, they can’t recall ever having seen a 15-year-old die from a heart attack. In December 2022, they had 1 a week for three weeks straight.
  • A very experienced nurse Kirsch consulted said she never had heard of a 15-yer old die from a heart attack.  Now she hears about them on a regular basis.
  • The funeral homes are seeing strange rubbery clots they’ve never seen and have verified them with the medical examiner. 
  • Basically, ever since 2021, they have been seeing very strange things: stillbirths, a number of “found dead,” healthy people having heart attacks and strokes, blood clots, etc. They’ve never seen anything like that before; it’s a “noticeable” difference.
  • Pilot deaths at Southwest airlines used to average 1 or 2 a year. Now they are dying at a rate of around 1 a month.

Kirsch concludes, “Bottom line: everyone knows what is causing this, but they are all afraid to speak out. For the few who do speak out, their stories are never covered in the mainstream media.”

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That we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the sleight of men, and cunning craftiness, whereby they lie in wait to deceive.

  • Ephesians 4:14

Recently, I was online about to submit a job application.  After working on it for half an hour, I had come to the last page and was about to click the “Acknowledge” checkbox and “Submit” button. 

As it turned out, I never completed either function.

The job was with a major American financial company.  One many readers would be familiar with.  It was a job right in my field and one that paid an above-average salary and appeared to offer prospects for growth. 

But I closed out the application window without submitting it.

Why would I do such a thing?  Am I averse to earning more money?  Am I lazy?  No and no.

I closed the application process because on the final page of the job application was a statement, in very clear terms, that the company required all employees to be fully vaccinated against Covid.   

Isn’t that something? 

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The prudent man foresees evil and hides himself, but the simple pass on and are punished.

  • Proverbs 22:3

In a well-known scene from The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy and her companions finally get their audience with the Wizard himself.  It turns out to be a terrifying affair, with thundering, lightning, and smoke all around. 

That is until Dorothy’s little dog Toto runs over and pulls back the curtain on the control booth, revealing the Wizard to be a not-so-imposing fellow, one whose frightening image is the product of special effects controlled from an electronic panel. 

Whether the intention of the filmmakers was for this scene to serve as an illustration of the workings of modern society, I don’t know.  Perhaps it was.  But whatever their intention, it certainly is a glimpse into how things so often do work in our media-driven society.  It’s “look over here, look over here” while at the same time we’re told, “pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!”

Put another way, we’re taught to focus on the effect rather than on the cause of the effect.

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